By: Carol Horton. Cross-posted with permission from original post on Carol Horton Ph,D.
What, if anything, do the “yoga and body image” and “yoga service” movements have in common?
If you believe that the former is simply about upping the number of yoga cover models
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The Yoga and Body Image Coalition is committed to building conscious community and highlighting the work that inspiring yogis are doing in their local communities and beyond. We’re pleased to introduce you to Yoga and Body Image Coalition advisor, Mara
Beth Berila and I have shared the honor of facilitating Yoga and Body Image book discussion groups in the Twin Cities since February. In May, we also traveled to St. Cloud, Minnesota (about an hour away) for a book discussion in a
NOTE from Melanie Klein: When Anna Guest – Jelley and I embarked on writing and curating Yoga and Body Image: 25 Personal Stories about Beauty, Bravery, and Loving Your Body in what became a three-year project, we did so in
Every race & ethnicity.
Every class & socioeconomic status.
Every gender identity & sexual orientation.
Every size, shape, height, weight & dis/ability.
Every body is a yoga body.
The Yoga and Body Image Coalition is committed to dismantling stereotypes about who practices yoga, who
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