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Saffian, Sarah
May 2013
Yoga Journal;May2013, Issue 255, p92
The article discusses the benefits that yoga practitioners and others can find from becoming more connected with the earth and with learning to protect it. In the article several individuals who have become more connected with the world and environmentalism, including yoga teacher Sarah Ivanhoe, Jeanne Pinsof Nolan of the Edible Garden in the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, Illinois and writer and meditation teacher Kurt Hoelting, are profiled.


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