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Sarah Powers has been involved in yoga for two decades. Her teaching has evolved into what she calls Insight Yoga- an inter-disciplinary approach to yoga blending the insights and practices of yoga with Buddhist mindfulness and meditation. As a result, her classes and retreats interweave many disciplines into a single integral practice.
I think one of the main benefits is being more at home in our own skin. Whether we’re a large person, or very slight, and through the seasons of our lives- this body is our particular garden to take care of. And we start to have more respect and therefore more embodied dignity in the body. Rather than treating it like an object and comparing it to the ideal that we see in glamour magazines.Cast Page
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