Interviews

Interview with Doug Keller on Yoga Anatomy

Doug Keller Interview

Doug Keller is one of the worlds foremost authorities on anatomy as it relates to yoga. In this interview we talk about, yoga therapy, fascia, alignment, personal inquiry, working with issues, prana, advanced postures, the importance of variety, and a bit more on top. In fact as much as I could fit within an hour.

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Ashtanga Yoga Foundations: A Guide for Beginners

Ashtanga beginners guide Joey Miles

What should your expectations be when you start an Ashtanga Yoga practice. I talk to Joey Miles about all sorts of topics relating to those early days. I think there are also many of use that have been practicing for a while that could do with a refresher also.

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Deepika Mehta Interview

Deepika Mehta Interview

Stu Girling talks to Deepika Mehta about how Yoga and positive thinking helped her meet the challenges of dealing with a bad injury, and her twin passions of Ashtanga Yoga and Dance.

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Prem Carlisi Interview 2016

Prem Carlisi Interview

Prem is such a pleasure to talk to, he is open and genuine and with so many years behind him both practicing and as a teacher his connection with what really matters is right there. The focus of this interview was really his early years starting out with yoga but as you can imagine we soon digressed to many even more worthwhile topics. If you fancy studying with Prem and Radha you can check out their website ashtangayogabali.com

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David Keil Interview on fascia, injuries and ashtanga yoga

david keil interview 2016

Its that time of year again when David Keil visits Purple Valley in Goa and I get to babble anatomy with someone who really knows his stuff. David is author of the brilliant book Functional Anatomy of Yoga and teaches around the world. In this interview we talk about the emerging interest in fascia, injuries, Ashtanga Yoga and of course a lot more.

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Michael Gannon Interview

Michael Gannon Interview

Michael Gannon is certainly not one of those teachers you have to tease information out of. In this interview we talk about his experiences as a teacher, modifying the practice (variation vs approximation), and his upcoming book.

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Themed Interview with David Robson: Floating and Jumping

Interview with David Robson

Whenever I think of spicing up the floating and jumping in my Ashtanga practice I think of David Robson. Perhaps this is because of the brilliant videos he has had out like “learn to float” with so much technical detail. It was not a big guess to think of who we wanted for our themed interview on the subject. I always have a lot of fun interviewing David because he has a great sense of humour and this one is…

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John Scott Interview 2016

John Scott Interview 2016

I have been so lucky to be able to chat with John Scott quite a few times now. This interview amused me immensely because John was particularly difficult to keep on track as we meandered through multiple layers of digressions. In the end I think we did circle around to answer the question I posed at the beginning about moon phase and how it might influence our practice but there were some great journeys along the way.

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Joey Miles Interview

Joey Miles Interview 2016

This is a great interview I did with the charismatic Joey Miles. We talk about what brought him to yoga and what he sees for his future as a teacher and practitioner, and of course a lot of other things. Joey is a kind and compassionate teacher and definitely someone I would seek out to study under.

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Interview with Simon Borg-Olivier

Interview with Simon Borg Olivier

Popular all around the world Simon Borg-Olivier has definitely had an influence on many yoga teachers. It was a great pleasure to be able to catch up with him in Goa and finally get to chat with the man himself. Also see a demonstration focusing on fluidity and spinal mobilization.

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