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The Wisdom of Master Yogis

Available Until: 12/31/2017
Tao Porchon-Lynch, Madan Bali, Lilias Folan

When you undertake a yoga practice, there is a lot to learn. As time goes by, your practice deepens and the lessons become more subtle. What can you expect if you continue your practice for decades?

In this conversation, you learn wisdom from three master yogis—Tao Porchon-Lynch, 96, Madan Bali, 91, and Lilias Folan, 70—who collectively have nearly 200 years of experience between them.

Discover their favorite lessons learned over the years, hear about their personal struggles and triumphs, and find out how yoga can be a source of healing for anyone at any age.

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Tao Porchon-Lynch

Tao Porchon-Lynch, a 96-years-young master yoga teacher, combines Indian, European, and American thought into her teaching and is living proof of the effectiveness of a lifelong yoga practice. She has been practicing yoga for more than 70 years and has been teaching yoga to students worldwide for more than 50 years.

Madan Bali

Madan Bali, PhD, is a Vedanta scholar with a doctorate in complementary medicine. He is founder and director of Yoga Bliss, a research and training center in Montreal, Canada. Now 92, Dr. Bali continues to travel internationally to teach his signature Bali Method.

Lilias Folan

Lilias Folan (Swami Kavitananda), recognized as the “First Lady of Yoga” since her groundbreaking 1972 PBS television series Lilias! Yoga and You, has worked with some of the finest teachers from Europe, India, and the United States. For four decades, she has been helping people learn about the benefits of yoga for the body, mind, and spirit.