Interview with Leslie Kaminoff on Diversity in Yoga. {Video}

Via on May 7, 2012

Diversity in Yoga

A few weeks ago at a rocking dance kirtan at Laughing Lotus NYC, I had the pleasure of interviewing Leslie Kaminoff, author of Yoga Anatomy, about his views on diversity in yoga. Although diversity is a broad topic, he really gives us some insight in true Leslie fashion. Please take a look below.

Pretty cool that he referenced the 1998 movie Bulworth.


Editor: Brianna Bemel


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About Hadji Jones

Philadelphia native, Hadji Jones is creating a serene experience for those following his teaching. As “The Black Yogi”, Hadji teaches his students that ethnicity, size, age, or social stature have no bearing on whom will benefit from the healing principles of the practice. You can connect with Hadji at, onTwitter and Facebook.


2 Responses to “Interview with Leslie Kaminoff on Diversity in Yoga. {Video}”

  1. Melody says:

    Leslie Kaminoff makes me think, laught, learn and appreciate all that yoga is and will continue to be. Thank you Hadji!! Namaste!

  2. MamasteNJ says:

    Here we go my friend! You are on a meteoric rise! Practice your autograph!
    Mad Love.

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