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New Light on Yoga

From loincloths to leotards, yoga has come a long way in 5,000 years. But is yoga as we know it really that old?

By Anne Cushman

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Pradnya

I loved the way in which Cushman has addressed the topic. It is light hearted while at the same time effectively bringing out the dynamic nature of the practice of yoga

sue woolley

A most refreshing and honest article. Having practiced yoga for 35 years, I have seen how it is constantly re-inventing itself, moving with the times one might say, without losing its essence. This is one of the miracles of yoga, that it can sway with the wind, yet be grounded in the unchanging.

sue woolley

A most refreshing and honest article. Having practiced yoga for 35 years, I have seen how it is constantly re-inventing itself, moving with the times one might say, without losing its essence. This is one of the miracles of yoga, that it can sway with the wind, yet be grounded in the unchanging.

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