Reflections 2011 is a series of interviews held during the month of December with leaders in the yoga and mindfulness community. Join us as we reflect on the past year: the highs, the lows, the learning moments, the energy which impact our lives and carry us into the new year.
Duncan Wong joins Reflections 2011.
Innovative, powerful and trans-formative Duncan Wong’s signature YogicArts style combines traditional martial arts, vinyasa yoga and Thai massage into a yoga practice that activates energy and releases blockages. Duncan reflects on 2011 live from Japan during this 30 minute in-depth interview. We’ll chat about finding inspiration, yoga in Asia, how to perform safe assists through smart contact, and the similarities and connection between the ancient practices which influence his work, yoga practice and life.
Thank you for joining us for #reflections11. It’s always a thrill to connect with and learn from such amazing individuals. May you spend some time reflecting on your own personal journey this past year, letting go of things which no longer serve you and holding close that which gives you joy and love. All the best in 2012.
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