Joey Miles Interview

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 study under. Last year I interviewed Joey and somehow the footage got corrupted, so this time we got it right, but it was far too long a wait.

You can also check out Joey’s website for more details about where to catch up with him: http://www.ashtangayogaleeds.com/

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Being a level 2 authorised Ashtanga teacher and a fourth series practitioner Joey has a great insight into what makes the building blocks of particular postures and some of his workshop style videos have been amongst the most popular on the site. It is well worth checking out some of his detailed breakdowns of postures like Supta Kurmasana and Karandavasana which can be found on the Asana Essentials page and on the Youtube Channel.
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.

  • John Scott Interview 2016 (0) July 19, 2016 I have been so lucky to be able to chat with John Scott quite a few times now. This interview amused me immensely because John was particularly difficult to keep on track as we meandered through multiple layers of digressions. In the end I think we did circle around to answer the question I posed ...
  • Becoming Animal: Using Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and Meditation as Embodiment Practices for the Cultivation of Organic Intelligence (0) August 30, 2016 A practitioner in my Mysore program recently asked me: “If one side of a posture is more open than the other, and I feel like I can keep going deeper in the more open side, should I hold back to try to even it out with the less open side?” My response drew from what I ...
  • David Keil Interview (0) April 17, 2014 If you are interested in Yoga Anatomy or Ashtanaga you will know about David Keil. With his great and informative website http://www.yoganatomy.com/ and worldwide workshops. I was like a kid in a toy shop when I got the chance to interview David. Loads of topics were covered with plenty of geeky anatomy talk. At this ...
  • Themed Interview with David Robson: Floating and Jumping (0) July 25, 2016 Whenever I think of spicing up the floating and jumping in my Ashtanga practice I think of David Robson. Perhaps this is because of the brilliant videos he has had out like “learn to float” with so much technical detail. It was not a big guess to think of who we wanted for our themed ...
  • Themed Interview with Laruga Glaser: Backbending (0) May 6, 2016 Laruga Glaser is such an inspiration for many students and so there was great excitement when we decided to do this themed interview centered around backbending. I talk to Laruga about her own backbending journey and I think you will be surprised to hear that although we may assume they come so easy for her, ...
  • Gregor Maehle Interview (12) August 16, 2013 Gregor Maehle Interview Part 1 Gregor Maehle Interview Part 2 Gregor Maehle Interview Part 3 Gregor started his Yogic practices 30 years ago. In the mid-80’s he commenced yearly travels to India where he studied with various yogic and tantric masters and traditional Indian sadhus and ascetics. Amongst others he studied 14 months with K. Pattabhi Jois in ...
  • Interview with Josefine Selander (0) January 6, 2016 In this interview I talk to Josefine about the concepts in her new book called Yoga & ACT. ACT stands for Acceptance Commitment Therapy and the book sets out to help you be effective in using yoga as a vehicle to start addressing some of the ways you deal with things in life. Josefine is ...
  • Loveyogaanatomy Special Emissaries (0) September 27, 2014 Your Chance to Join the Team You might have already seen the new Magazine page: Hey Stu! What’s your Question?, where I am asking a question to a teacher and posting their video response. Well now it’s your turn to get in on the act! It’s obvious too me that there are so many great teachers out there ...
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