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  • Yoga Woman

    30 June at 14:01 from atlas

    We spent a very pleasant evening at the Celtic Winery last night watching a DVD of the movie Yoga Woman. Thanks to Deborah and Malcolm for their hospitality!

    Here is a blurb from the website:
    The Film

    Yoga was bought to the west from India by a lineage of male teachers. Now there?s a generation of women who are leading the way. They?re strong they?re inspiring and they?re radically changing peoples lives. From the busy streets of Manhattan to the dusty slums of Kenya YOGAWOMAN uncovers a global phenomenon that has changed the face of yoga forever.

    A quiet revolution brews in yoga studios, hospitals, and living rooms around the globe: In record numbers, women are discovering their own strength, vitality, peace, and power through yoga. Reclaiming this ancient spiritual path from its traditionally male form, the result is a radical transformation of modern yoga, as we know it.

    Led by a new generation of dynamic female teachers, this ?new? yoga replaces the male-centered, rigid style with a distinctly feminine practice that honors intuition, family, flow, connection, community, activism, and the cyclical nature of women?s lives.

    YOGWOMAN is a groundbreaking film that captures this fascinating time of awakening female power.

    Through rich personal stories, YOGAWOMAN reveals how yoga has utterly transformed the lives of thousands of over-stimulated, overscheduled, and multitasking modern women. From the buzzing streets of Manhattan to the dusty slums of Kenya, from the golden beaches of Australia to the serene piazzas of Italy, the film follows the heart-rending stories of women who have found a lifeline through this magical and mystical practice.

    With vivid detail and poignancy, YOGAWOMAN shows how women have embraced yoga for easing health conditions like breast cancer, infertility, heart disease, and anxiety and depression. It illuminates how yoga has transformed the lives of women in prison, cancer survivors, and those struggling with body image or eating disorders with candor. And beyond these circumstances, we witness how women have integrated yoga into their daily lives so they are happier, healthier, and more fulfilled ? allowing them to give back to others with full hearts and creative minds.
    Through intimate interviews with the world?s leading experts, many who have become worldwide icons with rock-star status, YOGAWOMAN captures these teachers have blazed a new trail for women. These world-renowned teachers include Patricia Walden, Sharon Gannon, Shiva Rea, Angela Farmer, Cyndi Lee, Seine Corn, and forward-thinking medical professionals such as integrative physician Dr. Sara Gottfried and world-renowned research scientist Dr. Shirley Tells. YOGAWOMAN is the first film of its kind to bring together these luminaries, distilling their wisdom and spreading their message of peace and empowerment so we can all benefit.

    How yoga has utterly transformed the lives of thousands of over-stimulated, overscheduled, and multitasking modern women. From the buzzing streets of Manhattan to the dusty slums of Kenya, from the golden beaches of Australia to the serene piazzas of Italy, the film follows the heart-rending stories of women who have found a lifeline through this magical and mystical practice.

    With vivid detail and poignancy, YOGAWOMAN shows how women have embraced yoga for easing health conditions like breast cancer, infertility, heart disease, and anxiety and depression. It illuminates how yoga has transformed the lives of women in prison, cancer survivors, and those struggling with body image or eating disorders with candor. And beyond these circumstances, we witness how women have integrated yoga into their daily lives so they are happier, healthier, and more fulfilled ? allowing them to give back to others with full hearts and creative minds.

 

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