Why Being a BAD Yogi is very GOOD + Radical Authenticity

Erin is not your traditional Yogi: she's the carnivorous, red wine and French cheese-loving type. Erin aims to keep classes fun and accessible, both in the studio and online. You won’t hear much Sanskrit, she'll totally forgive you if you don’t know your asana from your elbow, and she firmly believes that yoga is for everyone, from the kale-loving vegan to the prize-winning deer hunter. She may be a Bad Yogi, but teaching yoga has been one of her greatest pleasures; Erin practices to feed her teaching, but teaches to feed her life.



Values, Integrity and Doing Biz YOUR Way (While You Build Your Empire!)

YogaSlackers Sam Salwei and Raquel Hernández are lovers of movement. Limitations are a foreign concept to this teaching duo, as they spend their time traveling the world and fulfilling their dreams of being true modern-day nomads. Whether it’s driving coast-to-coast, or hopping on an airplane to travel overseas, the motivation is usually the same: bringing their passion for teaching to students all over the world. What they lack in square footage for living space, they make up for with the wealth of expertise and knowledge they bring with them. Sam Salwei co-founded the YogaSlackers in 2005, and his passion for Slacklining has only grown since then. . Raquel perfectly complements Sam with her extensive training in Yoga, AcroYoga, Slacklining, and Healing Arts. What makes this couple truly exceptional is their joint ability to spark in their students the same passion that they share for movement.

If you would like your own AUDIO copy of our favourite interviews from the Business of Yoga Series, you can buy all of them now for $29 AUD. 

You will receive these audios in MP3 format. Our favourite audios include Kavita Chandran, Annie Carpenter, Dhugal Meachem, Brenna Geehan, Cristi Christensen, Stacey Nelson, Selena Isles, Tracy Silver and Erin Motz.