up and coming events this winter – spring 2016…
Our team at Contemporary Yoga Teacher Training are excited to be offering a Restorative yoga teacher training for four days in August and then October. Karla herself has taught Restorative Yoga for 16 years and is as passionate as ever about sharing the ‘art of rest’. Please be in contact for more information.
Fundamentals of yoga for beginners, level two and restorative yoga courses commence in the last week of August in Remuera, Auckland. All classes are limited to 16 students for optimal learning.
Yoga is a timeless art and science of arriving in the present moment with vivid aliveness. The practice of yoga provides us with a map to deepen our understanding of ourselves, others, and our environment.
We return to our original state, one of content, equanimity and wholeness, interconnected to all of life. Through consistent practice of yoga we may experience our life with presence ease and grace, and throughout difficulty feel well resourced to respond effectively.
Karla is a skilled, experienced and qualified teacher. Her practical and intuitive approach to teaching leads students to a deeper experiential understanding of breath, balanced posture and integrated movement.
She teaches weekly classes, restorative yoga, beginners courses, private lessons, workplace wellness programs, residential yoga retreats, and intensives in Auckland, and around New Zealand.
Karla is a student and Senior Associate of Donna Farhi. She is currently part of Donna’s Advanced Teacher Training faculty.
about the centre for contemporary yoga studies
Karla is a co-founder of Contemporary Yoga Teacher Training. Contemporary Yoga facilitates comprehensive and internationally accredited 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher training. The program developed through an intention to offer teacher trainees an integrated approach to the art, science, philosophy and tradition of yoga practice and teaching. Our next 200 hour teacher training commences January April 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. The primary tutors include Neal Ghoshal, Vincent Bolletta, Dyana Wells and Karla. Beyond the essential 200 hour training the Centre for Contemporary Yoga Studies offers personal and professional development intensives in restorative yoga, biomechanics, yoga therapy and developmental movement. All primary tutors offer ongoing mentoring in personal parctice and developing a professional teaching practice.