Listen to interviews with a few of the teachers that will be at YFM2016!
Interview with Michal Rokem-Negev:
Interview with Leah Vineberg:
Interview with Brandee Safran:
Interview with Rivkah Rachel:
Interview with Rozel Gonzales:
Interview with Fanou Lanciault:
Here are a few interviews recorded during the 2015 festival:
Interview with Genevieve Adams (in French only):
About Genevieve Adams:
When Geneviève discovered yoga about 10 years ago, she fell in love. Being a very active child since her youth, she greatly benefited from her discovery of the calming, healing and introspective aspects of her yoga practice. She incorporates the wisdom and practice of yoga in her life with the intention of maintaining balance and harmony within. She offers wellness and lifestyle coaching with the help of Yoga and Ayurveda, and she also offers children’s yoga, meditation classes and yoga nature retreats. Guiding with love and compassion to support you on your journey back to the Source, where perfect health exists.
Interview with Anne Archambault (in French only):
In this interview, Anne Archambault shares with Yocomo Web Radio her view regarding:
- The spiritual path and relationship one must follow
- Classes Anne offers
- Workshops Anne offers
- Her encounter and friendship with Sonja Boodajee and more.
About Anne Archambault:
Anne Archambault holds a Bachelors Degree in Recreation Therapy from the University of British Columbia and a Masters Degree in Education from l’Université de Montreal. She teaches in the Applied Human Science Department at Concordia since 2000. She has worked with people of all ages who have special needs, particularly people with Alzheimer disease, traumatic brain injuries and CVA’s. She teaches yoga to people with limited mobility among which 80% are individuals in wheel chairs. Through her work Anne meets and teaches yoga with people who may have had a cardio vascular accident, traumatic brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, young and older people. Anne’s expertise is vast. She will tell us all about herself and her yoga path, how yoga can be enjoyed by everyone, how care givers, yoga teachers support the process. She also encourages more yoga teachers to open their class to a diversified clientele.