“Yoga Mogul” John Friend of Anusara Yoga, most popular article on New York Times.

Via on Jul 22, 2010

Well, at least top three:

Click below images for the article, which at five pages looks to be a feature in this week’s New York Times Magazine!

Two of our interviews with John:

Click for full video:

And an excerpt from our first, at the Boulder Shambhala Center years ago:

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5 Responses to ““Yoga Mogul” John Friend of Anusara Yoga, most popular article on New York Times.”

  1. Katrina Knudsen says:

    Thanks, Waylon. We always welcome your opinion and your insight…!

  2. Peter Goodman says:

    NYT Article featuring Anusara yoga and John Friend: Thank you NYT for your offering. As a part of the company I'd like to let the readers know that the statements: "staff is wary" and "looks at John as a demanding parent" is NOT what we experience. We are ECSTATIC with the foundation John has created."Isn't it great that our job is to help people be happy and healthy?!"I LOVE this feeling.

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