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Turning Point: Tari Prinster

Tari Prinster considers herself a living testimony that it’s never too late to change. Through yoga, Tari has found not only a way to reduce…

Teaching Yoga to Someone with Cancer

At first glance, the idea of yoga for cancer patients undergoing treatment and now in survivorship seems obvious, a logical step… (read more at OM)

Sisterhood of Support

by Jennifer Acee Robinson – October 2010 The cedar and glass yoga house sits above a ravine. Views of rolling brown hills covered in Eucalyptus…

In Good Company…

I began working with Tari a couple months ago because I knew I believed in her and in what she was doing. My appreciation grew…

Eric Pettigrew – Teacher of the Month

Eric Pettigrew first fell in love with yoga in 1998, and as a dancer, noticed how practicing asana engaged his body in completely new ways.…

Nancy Adams – Teacher of the Month

Photo by Dan Bishop I recently caught up with Milwaukee-based yoga instructor Nancy Adams, who participated in my Yoga for Cancer…

AskTari: Why do you love what you do?

Tari Answered: “Maya Angeleo said, “I have learned that people forget what you say, forget what you did, but never forget how you made them…

AskTari: What is your dream for the future?

  Tari Answered: “My dream is that Western medical professionals and hospitals will recognize that yoga taught by a specially trained and specifically certified yoga…
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