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October 9, 2013

Seeing the joy in a child brings me back to the simple, innocent and wonder of this beautiful life. So when I have a chance to capture the joy of children doing yoga, a practice I love, I jump at the opportunity.

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Aaron

Ghetto Green Orphanage: Nairobi, Kenya

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Kelly and her daughter, Indie

Mel

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Briohny, Dice and their daughter, Taylor

After the OM: Treehouse Orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya

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Mary and her daughter, Mel

Lorenzo

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Lily and her daughter, Marcelle

Stephen and his daughter, Indie

Faith Muyiai Somoire teaching the children: Amboseli, Kenya

Paige and her daughter, Penzi

Robert Sturman
Robert Sturman

A dedicated yoga practitioner himself, Sturman's work has increasingly focused on capturing the timeless grace and embodied mindfulness of asana. His portraits, whether set in the lively streets of Manhattan, the expansiveness of Malibu's beaches and canyons, the timeless elegance of Walden's New England, or the bleakness of San Quentin Prison, remind us that there is beauty everywhere. In Sturman's own words "I often think of Rumi: 'I can't stop pointing to the beauty.' That feels right to me."

If you'd like to explore how to make strong yoga photos, click here.