August 14, 2019 – Historical icon, yoga master and award-winning author Tao Porchon-Lynch turned 101 on August 13, 2019 and as usual birthday calls and notes came in from around the world. Most notable was a surprise message from Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actress and icon Angie Dickinson wishing Tao “a very Happy 101st Birthday.” Angie’s most popular work included Rio Grande, Big Bad Mama, Police Woman and Dressed To Kill. At 87 years old, Angie remains an inspiration so it was a delight to get well wishes from her for Tao. It underscores the Law of Attraction: good energy attracts good energy!
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July 20, 2016–Early on Wednesday morning a group of New York’s change agents and elite came out to see 97-year-old yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch at the prestigious CORE: Club on East 55th Street in partnership with the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (WED) organization led by Wendy Diamond. In addition to the regular breakfast series Wendy hosts, we thought that a short yoga class with Tao would be a treat to give people a taste of her teachings. Afterwards, I was delighted to moderate the conversation alongside Wendy.
July 15, 2016–I was delighted to make another cameo in a news piece with 97-year-old yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch, this time with ABC News online. For the last few years, as I was co-authoring Tao’s autobiography, I’ve traveled with her moderating conversations and assisting in yoga workshops. The pictures in this news piece are from our time in Jamaica as we were finishing Dancing Light.
May 19, 2016– It was a perfect day for the Spring Luncheon at the beautiful Wainwright House in Rye, New York. 97-year-old yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch was one of the honorees for their annual fundraising event. Wainwright House is the oldest non-profit, non-sectarian holistic learning center in the United States. Their mission is to inspire greater understanding through body, mind, spirit and community. Teachers have included Thomas Berry, Joan Borysenko, Rosalyn Bruyere, Ralph Bunche, Joseph Campbell, Deepak Chopra, Ram Dass, Mathew Fox, Michael Harner, Jean Houston, Aldous Huxley, Craig Junjulus, Dolores Krieger, Thomas Moore, Bernie Siegel, Sir Laurens Van Der Post, and Roger Woolger, to name but a few. Early supporters included Dwight Eisenhower, J.C. Penney, and John D. Rockefeller.
New York, NY, April 13, 2016 – 97-year-old yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch can add another accolade to her name, “award-winning author,” demonstrating once again that it is never too late to realize your dreams. Her book, Dancing Light: The Spiritual Side of Being Through the Eyes of a Modern Yoga Master, tied for a Silver Medal in the Autobiography/Memoir II (Coming of Age/Family Legacy/Travel) National Category for the 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards.
I was honored to be in Dubai with 97-year-old yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch from February 16-21 for the XDubai Yoga Festival. Over 9,000 people attended. More pictures to come. In the meantime, here is an article in Gulf Business.
Now you can buy the eBook version of the long-awaited autobiography of 97-year-old yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch, Dancing Light: The Spiritual Side of Being Through the Eyes of a Modern Yoga Master, on Amazon (iBooks version is coming soon). Since we have chosen a deliberate strategy of selling the autographed Hardcover Book exclusively on www.powerlivingmedia.com for a window of time, buy the eBook on Amazon TODAY so that it can rank on their various lists. Even if you already have the Hardcover, help us make Tao number one by getting your eBook today. Buy through the link below so we receive affiliate credit.
On Wednesday, September 30th, 2015, 97-year-old Tao Porchon-Lynch shared her wisdom and light at a special event entitled “There is Nothing You Cannot Do: Tao Porchon-Lynch on Oneness & Secrets to Vitality” hosted by the Harvard Business School Club (HBS) of New York. It was held at the UJA Federation in New York City. Open to the public, not just Harvard alums, the event was moderated by Courtney Reagan of CNBC with special introductions from Barrie Moskowitz of the HBS Club (HBS ’92) and Tao’s biographer (HBS ’92) Teresa Kay-Aba Kennedy. Som Chivukula was also instrumental in making the event happen. As usual, Tao wowed the crowd with her amazing life including stories of marching with Mahatma Gandhi and helping Jews escape the Nazis during World War II. Always with a sense of humor and a bit of mischievousness, Tao had the crowd laughing and in awe.