Our Graduate Survey

For all graduates / students up to March 2022

We’re reaching out to find out how you are doing. In particular, we’d love to hear about your experiences over the past couple of years and how that has informed your Yoga.

We value what you will share, and feel it may inform how we might create further opportunities to connect and learn together.

We may write up a short written article based on the collective responses for our newsletter, website and other social media. We’d write the article in such a way that would not include your name or anything that identifies you.

At the end of this survey - you’ll find some links to online yoga practices offered by our faculty - a small thank you for your contribution.

We’ve devised a few open-ended statements (below) and hope that you’ll respond.

Please know that your name from this form will be confidential and will not be shared outside the core Contemporary Yoga team.

We’ve devised a few open-ended statements and hope that you’ll respond.

Over the last couple of years, through the pandemic:

Finally, we’d love to know …
We are collaborating with our friends at the Kindness Institute on a Tikanga Māori, Te Ao Māori and Pacific peoples inclusivity initiative which will grow into a wonderful training programme for Yoga Teachers. Would you be interested in this kind of training?
Would you like to participate in a short survey the Kindness Institute has put together?
Please click here to take this survey ... thank you!
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