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12 October 2012
Tao Porchon Lynch - Oldest Yoga Teacher - Yoga Benefits


As most of you know by now, a few weeks ago, we came across the beautiful art from the inspiring photographer Robert Sturman. Since then we have been sharing his art in our blog. His photographs show life in the most innocent and beautiful way.


Here’s the third of the series “Seeing Life Through Different Eyes”.


Today, a special lady will inspire you to be all you want to be. To live all you want to live. And to give all you’ve got to give.





Something so poignant occurred - she thanked me. This light filled 93-year-old, beautiful, intelligent, sharp, woman, thanked me (three times) for being patient with her while she got into her poses and we made art together.


Where do I have to be? What do I have to do? Who am I not to be patient?



Master Tao Porchon Lynch, a 93-year-old yoga master, ballroom dancer, oenophile (lover of wine) and former actress and model will be inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records for being the oldest living yoga teacher—this Sunday, May 13, Mother’s Day. Inspiration beyond comprehension.





“And still, after all this time, the Sun has never said to the Earth: ‘You owe me.’

Look what happens with love like that. It lights up the sky.”


~ Hafiz


Have a wonderful day,




The powerful images of mixed-media artist Robert Sturman have a vivid presence that is both other-worldly and deeply rooted in the earthly wonders he has explored so adventurously in his global travels. The official visual artist of 2005’s 47th Annual GRAMMY® Awards, Sturman has formal training as a painter and photographer. To see more of Robert's art visit him on, Facebook or Twitter.


Just beautiful and so very

Just beautiful and so very inspiring. Thank you :-)

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