Episode 63: Kino MacGregor — Practice Until Your World Changes

Kino MacGregor is an Ashtanga yogi in the lineage of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and is the co-owner of the Miami Life Center in Miami Beach, Florida. Kino also has a new book out called The Yogi Assignment, where she shares 30 days of “assignments” to help you bring the philosophy of yoga into everyday life. Kino talked to me about the surprising story of meeting her teacher for the first time, what it’s like to be trolled online, and how the yoga practice “ferments” with time. You can practice with Kino online on her new channel, Omstars.

Yogalandstories question this week: What’s one valuable way that your yoga practice has been of benefit to the people around you? Please submit your story on Instagram with a photo of yourself using the hashtag #yogalandstories and I’ll pick one to feature on my feed.

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Practice with Kino on Omstars
Her new book — The Yogi Assignment: A 30-Day Program for Bringing Yoga Practice and Wisdom into Your Everyday Life

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1 Comment

  1. Hey! Thanks for what you’re doing.
    I just wanted to find out what pose you’re talking about on the episode with Kino Macgregor – I just can’t figure out how to spell it to check! Episode 63 – Thank a lot!
    I’m feeling very insipired.

    Warm wishes, Mags

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