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Two Bikram Yoga Students Going to National Competition

Published Jul 14, 2019 • Last Updated 06:58 pm, July 14, 2019

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Two athletes who train at True Bikram Yoga in Madison are headed to a national competition at the beginning of August. Emily Avery and Donna Williams will be competing at the USA Yoga Federation’s National Yoga Asana Championship that will be held in Virginia during the weekend of Friday, Aug. 2 to Sunday, Aug. 4.

Avery, originally from New Hampshire, has been practicing at True Bikram Yoga since 2017. She’s been competing in USA Yoga Regional competitions since she was 16 and is the reigning USA Yoga national champion. At the end of 2018, Avery finished in second place at the International Yoga Sports Federation World Yoga Asana Championship that was held in Beijing, China.

Williams has been competing in the USA Yoga Regional Asana Competitions since 2014. She was invited to compete at the national level after winning first place in Connecticut at the Regional Yoga Asana Competition that took place in New Hampshire in March. She came in fifth place overall in the region, which included all of New England, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

Details for the USA Yoga National Championship can be found at www.usayoga.org/events.

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