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Menaka has been practicing yoga under the tutelage of her husband, TKV Desikachar. She has been practicing yoga over three decades. Menaka has travelled the world teaching yoga, she specializing in yoga for women’s issues. Menaka has been actively involved in various social projects where she has taught yoga to special needs and homeless children, prisoners, and the socially underprivileged.
Women have to do yoga because they are the one who carry the future generations.
So they have to be very, very healthy. That’s why it is very important for women to
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