WINDSOR, Ontario, April 3, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Dianne Bondy, social justice activist,
"Forget what you've heard. Yoga is no longer a practice reserved exclusively for the privileged few: wealthy, thin, young, flexible, white and able-bodied," said Dianne Bondy. "Yoga benefits all bodies regardless of their shape, size, age, ethnicity or ability. It's time that yoga be made available to anyone who wishes to practice."
Yoga participation is on the rise, nearly doubling in the past six years, from 20 million participants in 2012 to nearly 37 million participants in 2018. Increasing numbers of yoga practitioners are coming to the mat in older, larger, and differently-abled bodies. "Yoga for Everyone" welcomes each individual to the practice, giving them permission to customize each pose to fit their body's unique needs.
ABOUT DIANNE BONDY Dianne Bondy is a leading voice of the Yoga for All movement. Her inclusive approach to yoga empowers thousands of practitioners around the worldregardless of shape, size, ethnicity, or ability. She is revolutionizing yoga by educating yoga instructors around the world on how to make their classes welcoming and safe for all kinds of practitioners. Dianne's been featured by many media outlets, including Yoga International, Elephant Journal, The Guardian, Huffington Post, ESPN, Cosmo, and People. She's also a leading spokesperson for Accessible Yoga, Gaiam, and the Yoga & Body Image Coalition. Learn more about Dianne on her website at diannebondyyoga.com.
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