Welcome to Yoga Voice! The idea for this podcast came as I crossed the Australian desert on my motorcycle. I rode 19000 klm around Australia and listened to a lot of podcasts along the way. I was influenced and inspired by what I was listening to and wanted to create a conversation about yoga with the beautiful and brave people who teach it. When Im riding I experience moments of profound clarity and presence. I become open to receive the teachings in whatever form they may come and am inspired to bring the practice into everything that I do. It is from this space of deep gratitude and wild adventure that Yoga Voice was born. I hope you enjoy and contribute to the evolving conversation of yoga.

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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Emelia Symington Fedy

Emelia Symington Fedy is Vancouvers only AcroYoga teacher!  She is also one of the funniest people I know and a natural story teller. I have to admit, after this interview I had to Wikipedia "mound of Venus," am I the only one who had never heard this term before??  Emelia has a way of turning her dark and shameful experiences into zany bits of comedic relief. Check out her off beat essays at http://tryingtobegood.com/2012/03/05/brazilian-waxing-as-spiritual-practice/
 
Like her page on facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tryingtobegoodcom/223084914457560#!/pages/Tryingtobegoodcom/223084914457560

The Salt spring center of yoga, Emelia and I both took our 200 hour teacher training here. I absolutely love this place and highly recommend it.
http://saltspringcentre.com/

You can also see her teaching schedule at www.acroyoga.org  Look under her name Emelia Symington Fedy to find upcoming classes in your area.

Enjoy!
xoxox
Stacey

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