Contributors + Words of Wisdom
Indira is a former newspaper and magazine journalist and now a Yoga Alliance senior teacher. She’s also the founder and director of North London Yoga Studio where she teaches Yin, Beginners, Hot and Teen Yoga. She prides herself on having created an inclusive space and passionately believes that anyone can benefit from the transformative powers of yoga. In this issue, she interviews one of her most inspirational teachers, Jozef Wiewel, who was pivotal in honing her own style of teaching which focuses on tailoring your practice to your own unique anatomy and needs. Visit: nlys.co.uk
After practicing yoga for 10 years, Kerry trained to teach with YMCA in 2013. She has gone on to complete another 200 hours with Bridget Woods Kramer certifying her as an Anusara Elements teacher, and studied pregnancy yoga with BSY. Her passion is enabling physical and mental freedom with creative sequencing of strong and playful classes and workshops. Kerry teaches across the west coast of Wales and other selected locations. She shares her experiences of yoga and motherhood on Instagram. Find her at: @kerrycursonyoga
Meg is the founder of Real Life Yoga, a movement to help real people bring a little (or a lot) of yoga into their real lives. She writes our regular Real Life Yoga column (see page 44 in this issue). She also runs Real Life Yoga retreats designed for everyone. If you’re ready to take your practice to the next level, simply by investing in you, join her on the ‘Me Me Me Retreat: A Yoga Holiday That’s All About You’ in southern Spain, this August. For more information visit: reallifeyoga.net/yoga-retreat-2020.
Claudia Brown, Paula Hines, Meg Jackson, Victoria Jackson,
Jenny Baker, Kirstie Bird, Jill Lawson, Kiki Morriss, Julia White
Words of wisdom
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