Louisa Sear Interview

louisaIt was great to be able to catch up with Louisa Sear at her new retreat center, ‘The Shala Bali’. Louisa started running yoga teacher trainings over 20 years ago, back in the day when they lasted 9 months. One of the things we talk about in this interview is the key facets that have remained as the trend has been for shorter and shorter courses. The development of a personal practice is one of the things that Louisa feels is important for creating awareness and we delve into how to  promote this and the pitfalls to look out for. Amongst other things we  discuss how she started out in yoga, what it means to live in a yogic way and how to create a practice that supports you and lasts throughout your life.

You can find out more about Louisa Sear and Yoga Arts on their website http://www.yogarts.com.au/

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.
  • Interview with Wambui Njuguna on her Pregnancy and Yoga (0) May 16, 2015 How you should modify you asana practice when pregnant is obviously a very personal thing, but it certainly helps to hear how other people balanced the two. Wambui has such a great calmness and kindness about her, that after this short interview Karolina (Director of Purple Valley) and I almost said at the same time: We ...
  • 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 ...
  • Themed Interview with Mark Darby: Forwardfolding (0) April 19, 2016 So this season I decided to do some interviews themed around different aspects of the practice. The format is a chat about the subject and then a demo /workshop. In this interview I get to talk to Darby and I chose forwardfolding not only because a good few students struggle at least initially with these ...
  • Tim Feldmann Interview (0) July 25, 2014 I really enjoyed doing this interview with Tim. He is easy to talk to and had lots to share. His experience and understanding of the body leads to some useful insights when discussing asana. We had time to talk about many topics including how his background in dance influences his teaching, as well as specific ...
  • 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 ...
  • Matthew Sweeney Interview (0) June 18, 2014 I finally caught up with Matthew Sweeney again. this time in Bali. In this interview we get to talk about what it means to have a therapeutic practice, his moon sequence, teacher qualities, observation of moon days, bandhas and more. If you haven’t already done so check out his two articles that are posted here ...
  • Norman Blair Interview (0) May 20, 2014 While I was in London recently I snatched the chance to interview Ashtanga and Yin Teacher Norman Blair. Many practitioners are drawn to the idea of supporting their yang predominant practice with something more restorative or yin. In this interview we discuss what is meant by yin yoga and how it can complement an Ashatanga ...
  • Melanie Cooper Interview (2) April 12, 2014 While in Goa this winter I had the chance to interview Melanie Cooper. Melanie is an Ashtanga and Yin Teacher and has recently had a book published called Teaching Yoga Adjusting Asana. She has been teaching for sixteen years and training other teachers for the last eight years. Presently she runs a mysore program at ...
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  1. April 22, 2015

    […] Dieses Jahr freuen wir uns wieder über Besuch aus der Yogalehrerschmiede Byron Bay, Australien. Den Auftakt macht Louisa Sear, die Gründerin des Yogastudios Yoga Arts, die mit 33 Jahren Yogaerfahrung ebenso zu den alten Hasen gehört wie unser Lehrer Lance Schuler, der uns am 06. Juni besucht. Louisa ist durch verschiedene Yogastile und Lehrer geprägt; seit über 20 Jahren bildet sie selbst national und international Yogalehrer aus. Mehr über Louisa erfährst Du in diesem Interview. […]

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