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Nick Demos

Posted August 3, 2015

Hathavidya teacher Nick Demos speaks with us about the 200 hour course returning to Bread and Yoga this April

Nick Demos

nick with CM
B&Y: What will you be teaching in the 200 Hour training?

ND: Whatever Will Duprey tells me I’ll be teaching.. probably some fun stuff.

B&Y: How would you describe your teaching style?

ND: I teach a creative, challenging asana class infused with pranayama and a lot of silliness and stupid humor.

B&Y: How did you first become involved with yoga? How/What/Where was your first class?

ND: I was living in Los Angeles and was a gym bunny at Crunch Gym, lifting a lot of weight. I used to peer into the yoga classes through a glass window outside the studio, all jealous-like, for years. One day, I finally stepped into class and yoga just made sense to me. I also had been a part of the late 80’s/ early 90’s new age spiritual movement and was a former dancer. Yoga just seemed like the perfect union (get it?) of all of that.

B&Y: How did you first become involved with Hathavidya?

ND: I met Will when he taught class at a studio in midtown where I also used to teach. I was in his very first teacher training class in the 500 hr program. In fact I am the very first Hathavidya (then called Will Duprey Yoga) graduate. I’m that old.

B&Y: What’s different about this teacher training from other 200 Hour trainings and why should students choose this particular one?

ND: Because this is the “real deal”. These are the traditional practices taught from experienced practitioners and teachers. And we are fun….at least I am.

B&Y: What are you looking forward to most about teaching in this 200 Hour module?

ND: To spend time with the Bread and Yoga community, and to spread the Hathavidya love. That sounds cult like. It’s not.

B&Y: Anything else you’d like to add?

ND: This is a program that teaches you not only about yoga asana, pranayama and mantra, but to be the fullest embodiment of your truest self. Um…who doesn’t want that?

 

CLICK HERE to learn more about our 200 Hour Teacher Training.

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