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Interview: Yoga teacher Alicia Anka

Interview: Yoga teacher Alicia Anka

By Natasha Girardi - April 28, 2020

Alicia Anka is a long-time resident of Monaco, who brings the community together with her good-will, writing, English teaching and yoga classes.

Her yoga practice is a powerful journey into oneself; she guides her students through a tailormade practice with yoga poses themed to a particular emotion and philosophy.

I feel like I have had my karma dry-cleaned and my mind set to a more peaceful mode thanks to Alicia.


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