Conversation with Cyndi Lee (pt 1)

Via on Jan 14, 2008

Cyndi Lee combines yoga, Buddhist meditation and salty humor–shes a well-loved, powerful force for good, stretchy limbs and open minds in the Big Apple.

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3 Responses to “Conversation with Cyndi Lee (pt 1)”

  1. […] Georg Feuerstein and Alice Waters, Pema Chödron, Paul Hawken, Jonathan Rose, Richard Freeman and Cyndi Lee. I’m one of the few remaining to find a breath of fresh air and integrity in Howard Dean, and I […]

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