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  • Yoga Dork 2010

    She calls it Sirsa Graffiti Around the World. We call it Awesome! Meet Cora Wen! The world traveling yogini who makes it her business to share her ever expanding knowledge of yoga through teacher trainings and workshops all over the…

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  • Elephant Journal – 2008-2012

    All articles HERE CORA WEN grew up in a traditional Chinese family in Asia and the West, and took refuge in the Buddha as a teen. An international childhood growing up in Hong Kong and Indonesia, Switzerland, Australia…

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  • Yoga Journal – Comfort and Joy 2011

    Celebrating with family and friends is one of the treasured gifts of winter. One way to enjoy it all, amid shorter days and greater demands on your time, is to incorporate more rejuvenating sequences into your regular routine.…

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  • Yoga Adventures 2014

    This is a Yoga workshop by Cora in Thailand Yoga Festival 2012. Cora shows how to transform this powerful energy into a strong and supple body with the stamina of steady breath. She emphasizes on accessing a dynamic…

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  • Libre Leading Light 2014

    A yoga teacher’s teacher Cora Wen founder of Yoga Bloom, a 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training, is an international specialist in yoga therapy. She teaches throughout Asia, Canada and the United States.  A yoga teacher’s teacher, her lineage…

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  • YOGA BASICS – EXPLORING YOGA THERAPY 2014

    One of the fastest growing areas in the yoga world is the application of yoga as a therapeutic modality for a myriad of physical and emotional conditions. One of the most highly recognized and renowned leaders worldwide in…

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  • YOGA GLO – Alice G Walton 2014

    The beautiful part of the term “duhkha” is that, like many other yogic concepts, it’s so universal. We still think and talk about it today because most of us feel it every day, just as people experienced it…

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  • YOGA GLO – Alice G Walton 2013

    Mudita is one of the ‘Four Keys to Happiness,’ also known as the Brahmaviharas, in the Yoga Sutras. The word comes from the root Mud, and sometimes gets translated as “delighted,” or “joyful.” But there’s another element to…

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  • Feathered Pipe Ranch Blog – India Supera 2015

    Dear Ones, I am so excited that Cora Wen is coming to teach at the ranch this summer. Harnessing the Wind: Riding the Waves in the “Sea of Chi” will be a wonderful experience. It’s a bit of a milestone…

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  • YOGA GARDEN SF FEATURED TEACHER 2016

    Today we have the honor of getting to know international yogi, designer, and “chanting cat lady” Cora Wen! Cora Wen is one of our studio’s most iconic teachers who leads advanced workshops, restorative trainings, and yoga classes! Full…

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