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Unconventional Yoga Instructor Teaches Adults and Childreni
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Elizabeth Lee
June 16, 2014 9:42 PM
The practice of yoga began in India more than 2500 years ago. It was introduced to the West about a century ago, and has become increasingly popular. For some it is an exercise, for others it is also a spiritual practice. While people of all ages practice and attend yoga classes in the U.S., the instructors are usually adults. But one young yogi in Southern California is breaking the mold. Elizabeth Lee reports for VOA from the beachside community of Encinitas.

Unconventional Yoga Instructor Teaches Adults and Children

Elizabeth Lee

Published June 16, 2014

The practice of yoga began in India more than 2500 years ago. It was introduced to the West about a century ago, and has become increasingly popular. For some it is an exercise, for others it is also a spiritual practice. While people of all ages practice and attend yoga classes in the U.S., the instructors are usually adults. But one young yogi in Southern California is breaking the mold. Elizabeth Lee reports for VOA from the beachside community of Encinitas.


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by: Diane Bakken from: Big Bear City, CA
June 23, 2014 10:20 PM
She is so amazing