Teacher Interview: Karla Brodie and Neal Ghoshal on Restorative Yoga

Teacher Interview: Karla Brodie and Neal Ghoshal on Restorative Yoga

In this interview, Karla Brodie and Neal Ghoshal share their passion for Restorative Yoga with their fellow teacher and our Contemporary Yoga administrator, Sandy Farquhar.

Neal: In essence, Restorative Yoga is a well-being practice. Of course all Yoga may be about well-being. Restorative Yoga is distinguished by the conscious use of props such as Yoga bolsters, blankets, blocks and more, to support the physical body.

Building Resilience with Donna Farhi

Building Resilience with Donna Farhi

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.

How has Yoga changed your relationship with your body

How has Yoga changed your relationship with your body

Neal has been featured again in one of New Zealand’s top online Yoga websites, The Yoga Lunchbox. The article asks a number of prominent Yoga teachers: “How has Yoga changed your relationship with your body?” You can read Neal’s response below...

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