Yoga Journal

We are one

Source: “The country’s more divided now than it was before,” says this month’s cover teacher, Tiffany Russo (see “Good to the Core,” page 66). “But the more we divide, the wider the divide’s going to be. We need to find a way to make everyone feel loved, share a smile, share kindness.” 

CARIN GORRELL In your YogaWorks bio under “Why I practice,” you say: “To reconnect with my most truest me.” Who is your “most truest” you?

I’m this bright-eyed, playful, cheery girl who just wants to explore life; I’m constantly curious, always wanting to learn. But at the same time, there’s got to

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