The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on October 30, 2014 · Page S1
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SOUTH1ST THURSDAY,OCTOBER30, 2014 SECTION S ART FROM A MASTER Georgia O’Keeffe and her c ontemporaries are the subject of a new IMA exhibit. PAGE 4 COFFEE & MORE Coffeehouse Five in G reenwood uses its coffee profits to offer counseling services. PAGE 5 VISITING THE VILLE The Ville in Noblesville serves lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. PAGE 6 K ino MacGregor is a yoga p owerhouse packed into a5-foot, 2-inch frame topped with long blondhair. She can slow-mo float through her arms, cross both legs behind her head, and press the whole shape off the ground, all with a sunny Miami grin. T hese feats, along with her three books and six DVDs, have inspired a viral following, with more than 400,000 Instagram fans and counting. She and her h usband own the Miami Life Center in Florida, but she teaches around the world, going to dozens of cities in more than 15 countries each year. Kino will visit CITYOGA, 2442 Central Ave., on Nov. 1and 2. She is an international authority on Ashtanga yoga, a highly traditional and physically demanding style. Ashtanga started with six students in the Mysore, India, home of “Guru- ji,” the late Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. T oday, thousands of students make the pilgrimage to India t o study the Ashtanga method with his grandson. Jois be- s towed certification to teach to fewer than 40 people before his death in 2009. Kino MacGregor is one of them. T his year marks her fourth trip to CITYOGA, the only India na studio that offers a traditional Ashtanga program. She’ll teach programs for everyone from beginning students to e xperienced teachers. Yoga master says be ready to ‘ be inspired’ by Ashtanga KAREN YEOMANS Kino MacGregor does a standing backbend above and strikes an arm-balance pose at right. Emma Faesi Hudelson Star correspondent »SeePOSE,PageS3 “Offering community classes and yoga outreach to groups in need is a great way to bring the message ofyoga beyond just those who can afford to pay for classes. Kino MacGregor, international authority on Ashtanga yoga

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