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Patricia Walden


Patricia Walden is a Iyengar yoga teacher she studied under B.K.S. Iyengar for over 25 years. Patricia Walden takes special interest in yoga for women and yoga for depression. Yoga Journal named her one of “25 American Yoga Originals who are shaping yoga today”. She has also featured in Time magazine. She is the co-founding The BKS Iyengar Yoga Studio in Somerville, MA. Patricia opened the B.K.S. Iyengar Yogamala of Cambridge, her yoga center without walls dedicated to the work and teachings of Sri BKS Iyengar.


I think many women feel fragmented in their lives because they are so busy and they’re pulled in so many different directions. I think if they could make a commitment to themselves to go to yoga class once a week, to learn how to practice, to learn how to do pranayama or to learn how to do meditation. Then if they were to commit to doing ten minutes of asana a day, even just that small amount can change things around and they start perceiving their lives differently. So a small amount done every day, day after day can go a long way, it can make a huge, huge difference.

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