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It’s a muggy Tuesday evening in Sydney’s inner west and I’m sharing the space of my local yoga studio for a 60-minute asana practice. Our teacher, Phoebe, is shedding new light on a Sanskrit word I had only ever thought of in a particular manner.

, the sixth limb of yoga in, is often translated to single-pointed focus or concentration. But one of its other translations is “to hold”.

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