Interviews with Norman


Here is a new podcast – an hour of Norman Blair chatting with Cora Geroux. Click here

We discussed how yoga teachers can get better over time, the importance of sustainability, how some corporates parasitically exploit yogaland, the need to break taboos around speaking about money in yoga, how yoga teachers can benefit from mentoring, why yoga teachers as workers in the gig economy can be better supported by coming together as a collective voice (this could be also called a union).

For those teachers interested in being part of this collective, to get involved please email [email protected] for more information.

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The revolutionary power of yoga podcast

This is a wide-ranging conversation about the monetary policies of yoga centers and the underlying economics that are fuelling them. Norman discusses the emergence of a yoga teaching profession, hard numbers on the stagnant or declining rates of income yoga teachers are receiving, actionable steps to potentially counter unhealthy trends, and the revolutionary power of yoga to help shape society.

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Yoga, abuse and money podcast

Norman joins Mark Walsh from Embodied Facilitator Course to talk industrial vs festival yoga, unions, the economics of yoga, egalitarian models of yoga, “traditional” yoga, yoga supervision and therapy, Bikram, abuse, leggings, yin yoga, fight-flight yoga, Hell Bent, totalitarian yoga, “if, maybe, perhaps”, and online vs face-to-face classes. A leading-edge enquiry of a conversation!

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Chanting rabbits at Yogarocks in Crete


Norman and Maitripushpa talk about yoga, transformation and chanting rabbits at Yogarocks in Crete



Norman's talk from his book launch

Norman's talk from 'Brightening our Inner Skies' book launch


 

Love Yoga anatomy interviews Norman Blair