Contributors + Words of Wisdom
Yoga and 18 years in Vipassana meditation. With over 1 million followers on Instagram and over 500,000 subscribers on YouTube and Facebook, she spreads the message of yoga around the world. To Kino, yoga is more than making shapes, it is a daily ritual where people tune deeply into their spiritual centre and experience the peace of the eternal divine. Her goal is to make the tools of traditional yoga accessible for all — she believes yoga is truly for everyone.
She’s also the founder of online yoga platform Omstars: omstars.com
Jane Macpherson Jane is a fully-qualified yoga teacher (IYA 500 hours) and yoga therapist who has been helping her clients embrace change for more than 15 years. Her online subscribers enjoy live classes via Zoom worldwide and she runs group classes, private classes and private yoga therapy sessions from her studio in Cheltenham, England. She also runs yoga retreats across the UK, Europe and Kerala. In this issue, she interviews her husband and author Campbell Macpherson about the power of yoga to navigate change in an uncertain world.
Find out more at: janemacphersonyoga.co.uk
Megan’s yoga practice started over 25 years ago in a small studio in New York City. She quickly fell in love with how the practice made her feel. Now residing in Bedfordshire she has enjoyed watching the yoga community grow in the UK over the last 20 years. Except for goat yoga, she has pretty much tried it all (goat yoga enthusiasts please get in touch!). Her favourites at the moment are Yin and Kundalini. Megan is currently studying to be a counsellor and hypnotherapist.
You can follow Megan’s blog at: thefloatingexpat.com
Claudia Brown, Paula Hines, Meg Jackson, Victoria Jackson, Jenny Baker, Kirstie Bird, Jill Lawson, Kiki Morriss, Julia White
Words of wisdom
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