AUM Graduate and Adjunct Faculty Featured on the Cover of Yoga International Magazine

AUM graduate and adjunct faculty, Karina Mirsky, is featured on the Winter 2012 cover of Yoga International Magazine, and was recently interviewed by the Huffington Post for her work with people with disabilities. Karina received her Master of Arts degree in Individualized Studies, with a concentration in East-West Psychology, in 2009. She is the Director of Sangha Yoga in Kalamazoo, MI, and a faculty member of the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA. She also facilitates annual yoga retreats with True Nature Education in Costa Rica.

Congratulations, Karina on your featured photo on the cover of Yoga International Magazine!

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