MEDIA & INTERVIEWS

2017 – MA Thesis
The Meaning of the Lived Experience of non-attachment for Long-term Yoga Practitioners by Andrew Herfst, B.F.A., Simon Fraser University, 2002.The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (Counselling Psychology).The University Of British Columbia (Vancouver). April 2016.

2017 – MA Thesis Excerpt
Rachel’s Story of Yoga
Stories of Yoga and Recovery Told by Survivors of Interpersonal Trauma: Exploring Body, Self and Relationships. By Nicole Marie Brand-Cousy. The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (Counselling Psychology). The University Of British Columbia (Vancouver). April 2016.

2017 – blog 
Holding Space
Halfmoon Yoga

2017 – blog 
What Does it Mean to Hold Space?
Yoga Outreach

2017 – news
Suffering ‘trumpitis,’ Vancouver yoga studio bans talk of U.S. President
The Vancouver Courier

2016 – podcast
The Kent Brun Podcast

2016 – radio 
Trauma – Centered Yoga Helps Patients With PTSD
The Simi Sara Show on CKNW Radio

2016 – guide book
Langara College Continuing Studies Guide Book Page 31

2015 – news
Using Yoga to Heal Complex Trauma
Victoria News 

2015 – podcast
The Trauma Therapist Podcast Interview

2015 – research
Exercise as medicine—the use of group medical visits to promote physical activity and treat chronic moderate depression: a preliminary 14-week pre–post study 

2015 – blog
How Yoga Can be Used as a Tool for Recovery
with Phyllis Chan 

2015 – news
Q&A: How yoga can help with trauma, mental health and addiction
Burnaby News

2015 – blog
Victoria Yoga Conference Interview  &  Review It’s All Yoga Baby!

2015 – radio
Drishti Point Radio
Interview with Farah Nazarali

2014 – news
Tyler Hooper’s article on PTSD
The Vancouver Sun 

2014 – online class
Trauma Sensitive Practice
YOGO TV

2013 – tv 
the Mood Disorders Association of BC
Global TV

2013 – magazine
BC FIT Magazine

2013 – research
Physical Activity for Marginalized Women in British Columbia: A Discussion Paper
The BC Centre for Excellence in Women’s Health

2012 – radio 
Yoga Outreach
French CBC Radio

2012 – video 
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