Naomi Absalom, Anna Ashby and Jean Hall are three of triyoga’s highly experienced teachers who have mentored and worked with teacher trainees for many years. They also teach triyoga’s Teachers’ Practices in Soho, Camden and Shoreditch – a weekly class that welcomes teachers from every tradition to come together and create a sangha, or community.
In this episode of triyoga talks, they speak about a wide variety of subjects from striking the right balance between a teacher’s personal practice and their teaching (it’s not easy!), to the rise of secularism in the practice of contemporary yoga as spiritual aspects become less prevalent. They also discuss the topic of self-care, and the importance of taking care of yourself as a teacher without falling into self-absorption.
To hear more of this interview, listen to our full podcast online or subscribe using the buttons above.
Teachers’ Practice classes take place every Tuesday at 1.15pm in Camden (led by Anna Ashby), every Wednesday at 2.45pm in Shoreditch (led by Jean Hall) and every Thursday at 3.15pm in Soho (led by Naomi Absalom). For the full schedule and to book, click here.