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Sharon Gannon


Sharon Gannon is a 21st century Renaissance woman, an animal rights, vegan activist and world-renowned yogini, author, dancer, poet, musician and producer—co-founder, with David Life of the internationally influential Jivamukti Yoga Method, a path to enlightenment through compassion for all beings. She is a pioneer in teaching yoga as spiritual activism—relating ancient teachings of yoga to the modern world.

YOGA JOURNAL Magazine has called her an innovator and VANITY FAIR gives her credit for making yoga cool and hip.


According to the Hatha yoga text or the ancient scriptures, listening is very, very important. Through listening, we can begin to hear. And through hearing, we start to put things together. We start to know, you could say. And through knowing, then we recognize ourselves as becoming. Meaning we recognize the process of development. Of moving towards a wholeness and letting go of fragmentation. Letting go of destructive tendencies. Letting go of feeling of being incomplete.

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