Jan 9, 2017
Yoga teacher and body-positive activist Dianne Bondy shares how
a body-shaming father led her to develop an eating disorder in
childhood and adolescence, how yoga helped in her recovery, why the
yoga industry needs to be more welcoming of all bodies, why body
positivity is a social justice issue, and lots more!
Dianne Bondy is a celebrated yoga teacher, social justice activist and leading voice of the Yoga For All movement. Her inclusive view of yoga asana and philosophy inspires and empowers thousands of followers around the world – regardless of their shape, size, ethnicity, or level of ability.
Dianne contributes to Yoga International, Do You Yoga, and Elephant Journal. She is featured and profiled in International media outlets: The Guardian, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, People and more. She is a spokesperson for diversity in yoga and yoga for larger bodies, as seen in her work with Pennington’s, Gaiam, and the Yoga & Body Image Coalition. Her work is published in the books Yoga and Body Image, and Yes Yoga Has Curves. Find her onilne at DianneBondyYoga.com and YogaSteya.com.
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