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November 26, 2009

Yoga Journal in Bangkok Thailand

It was an honor and a privilege to teach at the Thailand Yoga Journal Festival and I am happy to see the spreading of unity and sharing around the globe. Here’s some pictures to go along with the last blog.

Hope you enjoy them!

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Bob Weisenberg Nov 30, 2009 10:24pm

Wonderful photos. My favorites are the poses in the temples and the large classes.

Bob Weisenberg
http://YogaDemystified.com

Bob Weisenberg Nov 30, 2009 10:24pm

Wonderful photos. My favorites are the poses in the temples and the large classes.

Bob Weisenberg
http://YogaDemystified.com

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CORA WEN grew up in a traditional Chinese family in Asia and the West, and took refuge in the Buddha as a teen. An international childhood growing up in Hong Kong and Indonesia, Switzerland, Australia and the US, has instilled the spirit of a travelling adventurer. After sowing wild oats in New York City in the 70s with rockers Deborah Harry and Patti Smith, she had careers in fashion and banking. Since 1994, Cora has taught Yoga, mentored by America’s most influential Yoga lineage. She has been dedicated since 2002 in support of indigenous culture for exiled Tibetan people and land mine victims. Find her at www.corawen.com.