Listening to your body: An Interview with Harri

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Taking Centre Stage: An Interview with Lauryn

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Paul Artiguas in the Spotlight

 

 

In-between the yoga mat and training for the next long-distance running race, Paul Artiguas is the Co-found and Chief of Marketing here at TPY. Here he speaks about athleticism, mindfulness and the importance of personally tailored private yoga classes.

 

Can you tell us about your role at The Private Yogi?
I am the Co-founder and Chief of […]

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Creating The Private Yogi: An Interview With Charlotte Morse

 

 

Charlotte Morse is the creator and CEO of The Private Yogi. It’s not often that people go from battlefield to yoga mat, but that’s exactly what Charlotte did, and the result of this switch was: The Private Yogi.

 

Before you were a yoga teacher, you worked as a military medic in the Royal Air Force. Can […]

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Indian Yoga in London: An Interview with Susy

 

 

After practising yoga for over ten years, Susy decided to make the jump from pupil to teacher. We caught up with her to learn about what motivates her, and what she has planned for the future.

 

What was it that first inspired you to take up yoga?

My dad. He began practising yoga when I was 12. […]

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Poses for Pain: An interview with Ross Marotta

 

After a serious sports injury, Ross Marotta turned to yoga cure his boredom. We caught up with him to find out about his personal style, how he uses yoga to cope with injury pain and to ask the question, why are fewer men than women practicing yoga?

 

What was it that first inspired you to start […]

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Yoga for the Mind: An interview with Margot Zwiefka 

Margot Zwiefka is a yoga teacher with a Masters Degree in psychology. She spoke to us about her inspiration, yoga practice and the way she combines her knowledge of yoga and the human mind to deliver unique classes to her pupils.

What was it that first inspired you to start practising yoga?

I think a part of […]

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From Lawyer’s Office to Yoga Mat: An Interview with Michelle Finlay

 

Michelle Finlay is a part-time lawyer and part of The Private Yogi family, with a particular interest in the ways in which yoga can be used to elevate the stress office work can put on our minds and bodies. We caught up with Michelle to find out what yoga has done for her.

 

Before you became […]

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5 British Artist Who Rock On The Mat

With yoga having fully made its mark on the modern Western world, many celebrities turn to the ancient practice in times of physical and mental need. Just as the rest of us do, celebrities work hard to achieve what they know they are capable of, but sometimes this hard work and determination take its toll […]

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Yoga Through the Ages: An Interview with Gandha Savio

 
Gandha Savio is a London-based yoga teacher, with a particular interest in Vinyasa Flow, Yoga 4 Runners & Cyclists, Pre & Post Natal Yoga. Raised in an all-yogi family, we knew there were few better prepared to talk us through everything yogi.
 
You grew up in a yogi family. Did you feel like your upbringing was […]

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