Karla Brodie

Karla Brodie

Karla is inspired to share the practice of Yoga to enhance awareness of breath, movement and conscious rest in everyday life. She is dedicated to refining the art of sharing Yoga through mindful inquiry based language, subtle yet effective touch, and integrated embodiment through self-renewing, effortless effort.

Karla began study with her current teacher, Donna Farhi in 2002. In 2005, she completed Donna’s comprehensive advanced teacher training. Since then, she has assisted Donna on various intensives and Teacher Training’s in New Zealand and Australia and in 2015 Karla was part of Donna’s Teacher Training Faculty.

Neal Ghoshal

Neal Ghoshal

Neal has been practicing yoga for sixteen years and teaching since 2003. He sees yoga as a map guiding us home to a place of peace and relaxed openness in each moment. Neal’s teaching focuses on exploring and refining natural movement and alignment principles – learning to embody these principles in a way that takes our spiritual practice into our everyday lives.

Neal creates a safe and inviting space in which to learn and discover yoga as a balance between effort and effortlessness, structural alignment and organic fluidity, mindfulness and spontaneity.

“How beautiful it is to do nothing and then rest afterwards.”
Spanish Proverb
“An anxious mind cannot exist in a relaxed body.”
Dr. Edmund Jacobson
“The way to do is to be.”
Lao Tzu
“Smile, breathe and go slowly.”
Thich Nhat Hanh
"May the calm be widespread
May the ocean glisten as greenstone
May the shimmer of light
Ever dance across your pathway"
The Whale Rider, Witi Ihimaera
“Offer up every joy,
Be awake at all moments to the news
That is always arriving
Out of silence.”
Rainer Maria Rilke
“Laughter relaxes and relaxation is spiritual.”
Osho
“Be still like a mountain, and flow like a great river.”
Lao Tzu
“The ultimate state is ever present and always now.”
Adyashanti
“I am larger and better than I thought. I did not think I held so much goodness.”
Walt Whitman
“Have great trust in yourself – not in the One that you think you should be, but in the One that you are.”
Maezumi Roshi
“The greatest revelation is stillness.”
Lao Tzu
“How can the drops of water know themselves to be a river.”
Zen Saying
“This is the Zen approach: nothing is there to be done. There is nothing to do. One has just to be. Have a rest and be ordinary and be natural.”
Osho

 

 

 

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