Key Points for all Yoga Poses. ~ Tias Little

Via on Jul 23, 2011

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From our days as a magazine. The above followed a feature interview with Tias Little. yoga teacher and Buddhist practitioner.

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6 Responses to “Key Points for all Yoga Poses. ~ Tias Little”

  1. Tanya Lee Markul tanya lee markul says:

    Posting to Elephant Yoga on Facebook and Twitter.

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    Just posted to "Featured Today" on the Elephant Yoga homepage.

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    Just posted to "Popular Lately" on the Elephant Yoga homepage.

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