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    The first time I tried yoga, I spent the better part of class feeling as though I’d been ripped off. This was not because I had a bad teacher, or because the studio lacked something to be desired. It
    September 9, 2012

    (from "How Yoga Helped Me Recover From an Eating Disorder" by Gena Hamshaw)

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    • Eat Breathe Thrive

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