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A woman who is proficient in yoga; a female yogi.
- ‘She's not a local yogini.’
- ‘Dakinis and yoginis epitomised untameable female energy whose powers the male gods needed to take care not to unleash.’
- ‘She was a yogini.’
- ‘Renowned yogini Shiva Rea leads retreats in which guests do yoga in nature.’
- ‘So whether you're a skier or a yogini, here are the essentials you need to prevent or relieve sport-induced skin and hair problems.’
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