by Contemporary Yoga | Nov 4, 2021
We want to let you know how Contemporary Yoga Teacher Training is meeting these challenging times, and about our policies around upcoming teacher trainings.
As with many trainings worldwide, we are in the process of pivoting a significant part of training to be offered online, with pre-recorded videos, assignments and reflections, as well as live-streamed lessons over Zoom.
by Donna Farhi | Aug 24, 2020
Resilience is the capacity to bounce back that is dependent on having invested in one’s fitness over an extended period. Here, world-renown Yoga teacher of teachers shares what resilience means to her, and how we may develop a resilience as we face difficult times.
by Amy Massey | May 25, 2020
As we re-emerge from lockdown, we are stepping out into the midst of changing times. The seasonal change is upon us as autumn transitions into winter and we are all navigating impacts of coronavirus in our lives and worldwide.
Ayurvedic wisdom brings us back to balance with tips to soothe and strengthen body, mind, heart and soul.
Amy also offers a delicious Autumn Chai recipe!
by Contemporary Yoga | May 6, 2019Donna Farhi is an internationally respected Yoga teacher who has been practicing for over 40 years and teaching since 1982. Donna Farhi is also the primary Yoga teacher for Karla Brodie and Neal Ghoshal, core faculty at Contemporary Yoga. She is the author of several...
by Karla Brodie | Jun 18, 2017We are happy to see Karla Brodie being featured in the Sunday Star Times (18 June 2017). In an article by writer Stephen Heard, he writes about his first experiences of Restorative Yoga and about Karla’s classes. Wonderful to see the news about Restorative Yoga...
by Karla Brodie | Mar 31, 2017I have been beavering away in the last few months planning and creating a comprehensive schedule and new website for our Contemporary Yoga Centre in Remuera, Auckland. It feels informally like a re-launch of the Centre as we have been operating in a rather low key way...