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Curvy Girl Yoga is so much more than the yoga. It’s a space where the women share, laugh and support each other. It is a very important place for them to talk openly and without judgement about their anxieties and experiences. Their practice is beautiful, and I learn a lot from them. They often have so much more body awareness than the people who come to non-curvy classes OM Meets Devaki aka Curvy Girl Yoga
It’s easy to fall asleep again. To stay awake, I must remain vigilant, never forgetting that the ego can lure me back into behaviour damaging to me and the people I love.
I believed I was enlightened, awake, when I walked out of that retreat newly sober back in 2008. But, in my experience, enlightenment is not permanent. It has to be worked at. A Writer’s Tale
Imagine going to one of the best academic departments in one of the world’s top medical schools, an institution with indisputable credentials, and training to be a yoga teacher: now it’s possible in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences in the School of Medicine at Stanford University.
Where Science Meets Soul
First published in November 2009, OM Yoga magazine has become the most popular yoga title in the UK. Available from all major supermarkets, independents and newsstands across the UK. Also available on all digital platforms.