Australian Yoga Journal

Returning to Whole

TAMARA GRAHAM RADIATES a palpable human warmth, even at a distance of 4000kms. Talking to her in Perth from Queensland, her voice is neither loud, nor soft; her speech neither fast nor slow. There is a quiet composure, a tender equanimity about her manner and tone, even when she’s describing a horrific bike accident that came close to ending her life, but in her words ended up being “an enlightening experience.” Tamara had lost her driver’s licence for speeding and decided that she would ride her bike to her studio to teach her classes. “I had gone down a driveway and then down a hill at a really high speed, and I was going so fast that I couldn’t veer over to get over to the bike path. That’s pretty much the last thing I can remember.”

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