Amanda Anderson: Namaste. I’m host, Amanda, and we’ve got Lauren Rudick with us today for an episode of Yoga Now. She is the creator of Avigna Yoga. So if you could just tell us a little bit about your yoga and what you’re up to.
Lauren Rudick: Great. So Avigna Yoga to me represents empowerment. It represents overcoming our obstacles and represents becoming the people who we really want to be, achieving our ideal selves. Three components to it. There’s a lecture component, a discussion and an asana practice.
Amanda Anderson: Okay.
Lauren Rudick: So we bring in a lot of different themes about yoga and about sexuality. It is not tantra. In this workshop, we also touch on how yoga and sex interplay in the Western world today, how yoga has become sexualized a little bit in the Western world, and how yoga and sex originated as a practice of Brahmacharya, which is of celibacy, and what do we do with that now? So Amanda I’m going to take you through a little yoga sequence for yoga for better sex and kind of just to get you a little bit in tune with your body. This is a practice that for me makes me feel incredibly feminine, incredibly just kind of sensual. It’s more of a dance than anything else.
Amanda Anderson: Well, that was great, and I definitely feel like I’m ready to have . . .
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