Julie Martin Interview

Julie Martin Vinyasa Flow teacher Julie Martin is Director of Brahmani Yoga and teaches workshops around the world. In this interview I talk to Julie about the important things to bear in mind when sequencing, multi-level classes, using non linear movement, buoyancy in postures and how she has adapted the way she teaches over the years in response to her changing understanding of the body and yoga.

With demo of non linear movement concept

You can find out more about where Julie will be teaching next by checking out the Brahmani website.

Here are some of the other Interviews that I have posted so far. Lots more to come! Check out the Interview page for the full list.
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  • Interview with Simon Borg-Olivier (0) May 22, 2016 Popular all around the world Simon Borg-Olivier has definitely had an influence on many teachers yoga. It was a great pleasure to be able to catch up with him in Goa and finally get to chat with the man himself. You can also check out Simon’s website for more details about where to catch up with ...
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  • Mini Interview and Demo with Suresh Munisamy (1) May 16, 2015 I was in Bali recently teaching anatomy and physiology on a training for Matthew Sweeney and met yoga teacher Suresh Munisamy. He is a very sweet humble guy and I had no idea of the sort of postures he could do until a friend showed me some pictures. I thought you would enjoy a little ...
  • Joey Miles Interview (0) May 26, 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 ...
  • Prem Carlisi Interview 2016 (0) August 20, 2016 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 ...
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  • Laruga Glaser Interview (4) February 9, 2015 Laruga Glaser is an authorized level 2 Ashtanga yoga teacher whose practice at times seems to defy gravity. If you watch a video of Laruga in action (such as the brilliant one by Alessandro Sigismondi: The Impossible ) it is obvious that her small frame is immensely strong but what impresses me even more is ...
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1 Response

  1. A very enlightening talk, Julie, and states so clearly the case for fluidity in the asana practice. Wonderful. Thank you.

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