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Since training, teaching and practising Scaravelli-inspired Yoga,  adding my Slow Yoga approach to the mix,  then finding Judith Hanson Lasater book entitled "Yoga Myths", I have been more and more drawn to trying to offer alternative beliefs to the way we teach Yoga in the West and still stay true to its authentic history.     And the above book has encouraged me to share many of Lasater's ideas, as well as some of my own. 


 I hope it helps you as much as it did myself.    We don't have to keep striving for the perfect yoga shape of a pose!   Less 'doing' so we can experience the pose more from the inside and in a  less mechanical way.  


Any feedback would be most welcome, especially if you have some of your Yoga Myths to share.      

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