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Asana 2.0: Why Yoga Sometimes Needs an Update

LA-based yoga teacher Desi Bartlett makes the case for putting our modern stamp on an ancient practice through occasional innovation and revision of traditional asana names. The post Asana 2.0: Why Yoga Sometimes Needs an Update appeared first on Yoga Journal.
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