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linda montano is living art
This durational piece titled, 7 Years of Living Art + Another 7 Years of Living ... “I feel like I’m living with this Zen painter, this guru, this teacher. ...
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quinoa, tempeh & snow pea leaves come together for a delicious spring supper ... vegan palate and enough urban centres with cold winters like Montréal, ...
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being kausthub desikachar
Kausthub Desikachar certainly is his father’s son. For the last twelve years, he has studied yoga under his father, Sri T.K.V. Desikachar, who, in turn, ...
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Gem Salsberg is an intermedia artist based in Vancouver, BC. She completed her BFA at the Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design. Gem works with film, ...
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photo by gem salsberg. A tree grows in the earth and cannot of its own volition move from that place of origin. As human beings, we are born onto the Earth ...
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3 Add the orange juice, stock, sage and cranberries. Reduce by half, or until the sauce reaches the consistency that you prefer. Season with salt and pepper ...
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The innovative two loop design of our patent pending Hasta Pada Yoga Belt makes it an essential yoga implement that will evolve your overall experience. ...
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I walk through Chinatown, where our yoga centre is located, and notice cranes on embroideries and screens. I visit the classical gardens, ...
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Why did Swami Radha call her approach to Hatha Yoga by a name that is so evocative and mysterious? The subtitle of the Hidden Language book—Symbols, ...
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Krishna wears peacock feathers in his hair. Practising the Peacock Feather, ... cafe, arts and events venue at 728 Main Street in Vancouver, BC. ...
 
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