Jessamyn Stanley is the author of “Every Body Yoga.” In her book, Stanley models yoga poses and modifications, such as giving more distance between the feet and fingers in a forward fold.
Jessamyn Stanley is the author of “Every Body Yoga.” In her book, Stanley models yoga poses and modifications, such as giving more distance between the feet and fingers in a forward fold. Christine Hewitt
Jessamyn Stanley is the author of “Every Body Yoga.” In her book, Stanley models yoga poses and modifications, such as giving more distance between the feet and fingers in a forward fold. Christine Hewitt

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