Reflections 2010 Interview with Sadie Nardini.

Via Donna Freeman
on Dec 1, 2010
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Reflections 2010 is an interview series with leaders in the yoga and mindful living community. Hosted by Donna Freeman, the goal of these interviews is to encourage, inspire and get to know a little of the person behind the yoga mat. From holiday indulgences to favourite traditions and everything yoga in between, Reflections 2010 promises to add a wonderful element of caring and sharing to the holidays.

Sadie Nardini

Sadie Nardini, founder of Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga Journal blogger and star yoga instructor, kicks off our Reflections 2010 series. She joins us to share the major events which have shaped her life in 2010—the highs, the lows and a few surprises—and what they have taught her about herself, her purpose in life, and how her core connection keeps her grounded throughout. We’ll also be chatting about the holiday season, indulgences, traditions and favourites. Finally she will give us a sneak peek into 2011 and how she will continue to rock our yoga world.

Original Air Date: December 1, 2010

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Find Sadie on Facebook or on YouTube and check out her newest DVDs 30 Minute Total Belly Transformation and Total Body Yoga Sculpt.

Other interviews in this series include:

Interviews can be downloaded on iTunes from the Blog Talk Radio feed.


About Donna Freeman

Teacher, author and expert on yoga for kids and teens, Donna Freeman firmly believes that yoga can be done anywhere, by anyone, at anytime. She grew up in British Columbia, Canada but was introduced to yoga while living in Cape Town, South Africa during her nomad years. She is currently learning acroyoga with her kids and enjoys practicing tadasana while pumping gas or washing dishes. Bob Weisenberg describes her book Once Upon a Pose: A Guide to Yoga Adventure Stories for Children as indispensible. For more about yoga for kids and teens visit her website or the facebook page


18 Responses to “Reflections 2010 Interview with Sadie Nardini.”

  1. lindsayyoga says:

    Great interview. I'll be tuning in for the others to come, Thanks, Donna!

  2. Enjoyed this very much. Thanks, Donna.

    Just posted this guest article from Sadie A Meat-eating Yogi Chickens Out.

    Bob W.

  3. elephantjournal says:

    Love this! Would be great to figure way to embed, as I know you were trying to do, the audio file interview directly on this page. ~ W.

  4. Theresa Conroy says:

    Sadie is one of those teachers who helps me keep the faith as a yoga teacher. She brings the normal-ness, the coolness into yoga. Thanks for the interview! Theresa Conroy

  5. Caroline says:

    Thank you for this interview. Both my husband & I enjoyed it and can relate to the sentiments in our daily lives. Sadie makes so much sense to us! Caroline, Johannesburg, South Africa

  6. France Gorde says:

    More Sadie please!!

  7. Hi, France. In case you didn't see it, we just posted this guest article from Sadie A Meat-eating Yogi Chickens Out.

    Bob W.
    Yoga Editor

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