Last year, Guinness World Records certified a 93-year-old New York woman as the world's oldest yoga teacher.
Well, Tao Porchon-Lynch hasn't spent the past year just being content with holding that distinction.
She has released a yoga instructional DVD. Titled Yoga with Tao Porchon-Lynch, the disc runs 82 minutes and is listed at $9.99.
"I think it's the joy of living," she told Fox News of why she loves to practice yoga. "To feel that when you are in touch with this wonderful power that's inside of you, nothing's impossible."
Porchon-Lynch turns 95 in August. She began doing yoga when she was 8. As a professional actress who performed in Europe, India and Hollywood, she also taught yoga. She founded the Westchester Institute of Yoga in 1982 and continues teaching several classes a week.
"When (students) think they can't do something, and they suddenly realize that they can -- that this is something not out of the limit – the expression on their face is very special," she said. "It's a big smile (that) comes on their face, and I feel that you can't give me a diamond worth more than that."
If you're looking for additional motivation to get into better shape, check out what she does in the segment with Fox News:
She credits yoga to being a huge factor in her longevity, but her vibrant outlook can't hurt either.
"My mantra is to wake up the morning and say, 'This is going to be the best day of my life,'" she told the Huffington Post.
Shortly after celebrating her 95th birthday, Porchon-Lynch will be taking her show on the road with a one-week yoga retreat -- in the Loire Valley of France. Looks like international travel just another one of her ways of loving life and staying young.
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