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November 2010

Interviews

Marko Galjasevic

I like to work. In my class there’s no shortage of sweat. But, I was taught that yoga is more than chaturangas and handstands. So while I do offer a fierce, physical practice, my teaching is always in reverence to spirit….

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Bryn Chrisman

Director, Yogamaya My style of teaching is an authentic reflection of what I am personally attending to in my practice and life. I love the dance and flow of a well-paced and fluid vinyasa class, but just as much, I relish…

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Steven Espinosa

Steven Espinosa continues to grace the Los Angeles yoga scene with his warm presence and exceptional knowledge of the practice. This dancer-turned-yogi’s classes at YogaGlo and Liberation Yoga hold you in the safety of alignment coupled with a whole lot of heart….

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Carlos Rodriguez

Creator of Caponyasa We were thrilled to have sat down with Carlos Rodriguez to find out more about this Caponyasa style of yoga. “Caponyasa is a fusion of Capoeira technique and elements of modern dance. The class is primarily in a…

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Liza Laird

Yoga Instructor, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist, Co-Active Coach We sat down with New York City based Liza Laird to tell us her thoughts on being a yoga teacher. “The philosophy I weave into all of my teaching is: live light,…

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