Blog - Kathryn Bruni-Young
Shante Cofield: The Movement Maestro

This week we are re-posting a favourite episode from last year’s lineup. Shante Cofield is a constant inspiration and as we know it’s easy for old episodes to get lost in the shuffle. There is always something new to learn and we hope that you enjoy listening to this conversation again, and if you are …

Amy Matthews: Movement Analysis, Anatomy and Attachment

Amy Matthews has been teaching movement since 1994.  She is a Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, an Infant Developmental Movement Educator, and a movement therapist and yoga teacher based in NYC.  Her vast experience and interest in studying movement and anatomy has lead her to develop a variety of programs and projects …

jamilah malika: Anti Oppression

jamilah malika is a Mentorship Lead at New Leaf Foundation which does work to bring mindfulness and yoga-based tools into spaces that are least-served and often most stigmatized; increasing access to positive resources for youth who face violence, neglect, poverty and marginalization.  As well as an artist and writer passionate about anti-oppression, jamilah is  currently …

Dr. Sarah Kim: Sports Medicine and Movement

Sarah Kim is a Sport & Exercise Medicine physician and movement practitioner based in Toronto, Canada.  Complementary to her medical practice, she is a certified yoga instructor and mindfulness meditation and movement educator. She has a creative practice in Dance and Contemporary Circus Arts, integrating her previous training in martial arts, hip hop and the Axis Syllabus as part of …

Karen Rain: Abuse in Ashtanga Yoga

Karen Rain is a writer, tutor and nature lover. She is also a survivor of a cult and sexual assault, who speaks truth to power. She enjoys dancing, going for walks in the woods with her three cats and playing games with friends. This conversation covers topics like sexual abuse that might be sensitive to …

Donna Farhi: Post-Lineage Pedagogy

Donna Farhi is a world renowned teacher and is considered to be the “teacher of teachers”. She is the author of four contemporary classics: The Breathing Book, Yoga, Mind, Body and Spirit: A Return to Wholeness, Teaching Yoga: Examining the Teacher-Student Relationship and Bringing Yoga to Life: The Everyday Practice of Enlightened Living. Donna is a …

Glenn Black: The Risks and Rewards of Yoga

Glenn Black has been studying yoga, movement and therapeutic body work for fifty years. He is known in the yoga community as a master teacher and is the only person certified in Body Tuning by Shmuel Tatz. Glenn has spent years in solitude and continues to teach the yoga and movement he believes is powerful …

Gil Hedley: Integral Anatomy

Gil Hedley holds a doctorate in theological ethics, became a rolfer in the early 90’s, has guided thousands of “somanauts” through dissections and is one of the leading voices in the fascia based anatomy world. He offers hands-on dissections, trainings and online courses, and has written a handful of books and has produced four feature …

The Magic of Novel Movements

If you are reading this you likely participated, or are currently enrolled in my 2018 Holiday Special, incase you missed it you can click here to start now. In this special I’m exploring things I’ve learned over the last year and how my ideas about movements have progressed. Something I find myself talking about more …

Kathryn and Kyle: Holiday Special

Kathryn and Kyle live in the tiny eastern Ontario village of Williamstown where they run a movement studio out of their house, produce a podcast and a virtual studio, garden (in the summer) and run their businesses. Kyle is the founder of the Cornwall Weightlifting Club and brings over ten years of strength training experience …

Michael Stone: Meditation, Movement and Mental States

Michael Stone was a buddhist teacher, writer, father and educator who taught silent meditation retreats in North America and Europe, as well as yoga and meditation workshops that combined practice and study. He gave talks, trained other professionals, and mentored future dharma teachers. He wrote and published several books and hosted the Awake in the …

Kim Vandenberg: Self Awareness as an Olympic Athlete

Kim Vandenberg is an American competition swimmer and Olympic bronze medalist. She now lives in New York and travels the world public speaking, is an athlete mentor for RISE Athletes and writes for the Women’s Sports Foundation. Aside from swimming, Kim also practices yoga and meditation and believes in the power of self awareness and …

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