Check out these great establishments:
✓ The Hard and The Soft Yoga Institute: Directed by Beryl Bender Birch, the institute offers Power Yoga — an athletic and precision approach to Hatha Yoga. Find out more at The Hard and The Soft Yoga Institute, PO Box 5009, East Hampton, NY 11937; phone 631-324-8409; e-mail [email protected] power-yoga.com, Web site www.power-yoga.com/.
✓ Moksha Yoga: Founded by Ted Grand and Jessica Robertson, this group of independent Hot Yoga studios (Yoga practiced in particularly warm rooms) is committed to ethical, compassionate and environmentally conscious living. You can find it at 68 Hogarth Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4K 1K3, Canada; phone 416-778-9898; e-mail [email protected], Web site http://www.mokshayoga.ca/.
✓ The Movement Center: This organization operates a full-service Yoga center and is one of the larger independent publishers of Yoga-related books, tapes, and videos in the United States. It's directed by Swami Chetanananda, and you can get more information at The Movement Center, PO Box 13310, Portland, OR 97232; phone 503-231-0383, fax 1-503-236-9878; e-mail [email protected], Web site themovementcenter.com/index.php.
✓ White Lotus Foundation: Established in 1967 and codirected by Ganga White and Tracey Rich, the foundation offers a synthesis of classical and contemporary styles of Yoga as well as teacher training programs and retreats. Check it out at White Lotus Foundation, 2500 San Marcos Pass, Santa Barbara, CA 93105; phone 805-964-1944, fax 1-805-964-9617; e-mail [email protected], Web site www.whitelotus.org/.
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