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Why I Heart Yoga Dudes

by Silvia Mondini

I have a soft spot for all the dudes out there who practice yoga! Truth be told, most women do. The balance of yin/yang, shiva/shakti in a class as both a teacher and a student truly enhances the entire experience. Maybe it's because my brother and I grew up as each other's best friends as we traveled the world with our parents as guides. Possibly, it's because the first man I fell in love with was my Papa, and he was my first yoga teacher.

 

Even today my very best friend is a tall, lean Pisces man with the most noble spirit. I honor him and love that his yoga is a mix of yoga asana, cycling, cooking, backcountry skiing, gardening and running. He embodies yoga in all he does. Which begs the question: What would the world be like if all men practiced yoga?

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