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Shining the Light on the Student Teacher Relationship – article excerpt by Janice Gates

Shining the Light on the Student Teacher Relationship – article excerpt by Janice Gates

| November 18, 2014 | 1 Comment

This ancient model contrasts sharply with the contemporary yoga marketplace, where often the teacher actively seeks out students and much of the teaching is devoted to information, rather than transformation. In the spirit of our consumer culture, yoga students may be encouraged to gobble up teachings in mini-workshops and buffet-style conferences and then regurgitate the […]

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The Sacred Feminine: Restoring Balance in Challenging Times

The Sacred Feminine: Restoring Balance in Challenging Times

| November 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Excerpt from an Interview by Walt Opie in the Spirit Rock Meditation Newsletter, January, 2009 Janice Gates (yoga teacher, author of Yogini: The Power of Women in Yoga): What is needed now? What is appropriate for our time, our culture and our lives today? I think the re-emergence of the Sacred Feminine is a reflection […]

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