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In this interview, you'll learn Coby's definition of yoga, which defies notions of stretchy pants, sweaty workout rooms, and downward-facing dogs. Instead, Coby introduces us to a personal philosophy for engaging with and living your life in stronger integrity to your own sense of inner wisdom. 

Coby and I discuss her yoga teaching career, how a life-changing injury redefined her understanding of yoga in her 20s, and much more:

  • What are "crimes commited against wisdom" and how do we stop making them?
  • How do we navigate matters of control and uncertainty during the age of COVID-19?
  • Why did you consider omitting the word "yoga" from your book, altogether?

Coby Kozlowski is a speaker, life coach trainer, and contemporary yoga and meditation educator. She has appeared on the covers of Yoga Journal and Mantra Wellness Magazine and was named “one of seven yoga teachers who have changed the practice.” She is a senior faculty member and presenter at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health and the Esalen Institute. She received her master’s degree in transformative leadership.

A big thanks to Coby for joining us in this interview of Written, Spoken!

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