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Stretch in the city

Sally Brown from Bikebuddha Yoga reflects on her experiences teaching a community yoga class in inner-city Leeds

Some people might not ...

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Can I Touch You?

I would like to write a little about Natya Shastra and how in cultures of the global south we do not define the arts as separate to the spiritual quest or religion. Arts, religion and spirituality are a synthesis of liberational methodology. ...

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Pink Yoga launched in 2015 as an alternative event for gay men to attend a class exclusively for them.

Emiliano the co founder is a very good friend, a 30 something fine artist and graphic designer, a superb chef and he is definitely gay and proud! I ...

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“You may never have heard of him but Tirumalai Krishnamacharya influenced or perhaps even invented your yoga. Whether you practice the dynamic series of Pattabhi Jois, Astanga the refined alignments of B. K. S. Iyengar, the classical postures of Indra Devi, ...


As a writer and researcher in the field of sacred movement and sacred sound, yoga, and meditation I pen a blog as well as journals and articles for your perusal.

My area of particular interest and research is the history of the colonization of yoga and the diasporic, emergence of contemporary yoga in Britain. Looking at societal impact and social justice. Are we losing the spirit of yoga? Whose yoga is it anyway?

I have been teaching yoga for over 30 years, Founder, Director of Amasu Yoga School and have had the good fortune to meet some wonderful students.

Amanda Suzanne Evans
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