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yogi

a person who is a master of yoga
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Lal Ded has been viewed not only as a poet, but as a seer, Shiva yogini and a Sufi, influenced by Mahayana Buddhism.
The book features a painter, an actress, a former Miss Universe, a musician, a dancer, a breast cancer survivor, a racer, an athlete, a fashion designer, an LGBT advocate, an ambassador, a philanthropist, a celebrity, a chef, a yogini, a CEO, an NGO worker, and many others.
There will also be a raffle, with prizes including brunches at the Movenpick Bahrain Hotel, Yogini yoga classes and Wahoo Waterpark tickets.
Yogini Indira Devi graphically recounts her first experience of sabikalpa samadhi in her autobiography Pilgrims of the Stars (1985: 253) co-authored with her guru Dilip Kumar Roy (1897-1980):
For the NDA government this is a departure from the previous inning when it had appointed a sports minister nishkama karma yogini Uma Bharati.
I'm spontaneous, athletic, and enjoy getting dirty," says Dinwiddie, who is also a yogini, African drummer and cyclist.
Tending the Heart Fire: Living in Flow with the Pulse of Life comes from a yogini and spiritual teacher who explains how to blend yoga's teachings into daily life, and offers a guide for connecting with the heart and the planet.
It is consequently highly inspirational and supportive for present female Buddhist practitioners to be able to refer to the biography of a present-day yogini such as Tenzin Palmo.
Some people were in my head with me--Trey, Castleman, Ricky, Kermit--and some weren't, and so they were the Colonel, the General, the Yogini, the New Shrink, the Old Counselor.
Highlights include an installation of three monumental stone yogini goddesses from a 10th century Chola temple, ten folios from the first illustrated compilation of asanas made for a Mughal emperor in 1602, and the first film ever produced about India, Thomas Edison's "Hindoo Fakir" (1906).
Yogini, desde luego, deriva de la misma raiz que yoga (literalmente "union").
But the yogini Colleen Saidman Yee likes to be more specific.