Lynne Baum began practicing yoga in 1996. Her first teacher, a 73 year old Ashtangi, was known in the yogic community as Madage, Sanskrit for Respected Mother. As a traditional Ashtangi, Madage had traveled India extensively studying Asana, Kriyas, and meditation. This, she freely shared with Lynne, providing an education of a lifetime, and the inspiration to share theses teachings with others. After three years, Lynne moved back to Michigan and began a devoted practice at Namaste Yoga in Royal Oak. Under the gentle and informed guidance of Ashtanga Guru Veronica Zador, Lynne continued to explore the multi-faceted teachings initially inspired by Madage, and within a year, completed her 200-hour teacher training certification. Ready to share the depth of her knowledge and passion with others, Lynne opened her first yoga studio in the small, university town of Bemidji, Minnesota. She named it Moksha Yoga, which means “freedom” or “spiritual liberation.” To no surprise, the studio quickly gained a devoted following, and was an unqualified success. Four years and over 2000 yoga classes later, Lynne closed the studio and traveled to India for the first time. For three months she traveled alone on an inspired, inward journey to find her Satguru,…Source: vidaasana.secure.retreat.guru
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