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Linda Sparrowe is a writer, yoga teacher, mentor with deep roots in yoga, the Vedas, Sanskrit and women's health. Former managing editor of and long-time contributor to Yoga Journal, she is also the author of several books, including The Woman's Book of Yoga and Health and Yoga: A Yoga Journal Book.
Yoga helps women become friends with ourselves. We learn through yoga that we are perfect just the way we are. Yoga is about self-reflection. It’s not about self-absorption. Yoga teaches us to reflect upon who we are, and what we’re doing with no judgment.Cast Page
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