Best Jivamukti podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Kiki Says
Chant! The Yoga Sutra with Kiki Flynn Weekly Sanskrit Chanting and Discussion of The Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali - Jivamukti New York City as well as other talks from workshops and teacher trainings.A student of Ashtanga Yoga and Sri K. Pattabhi Jois since 1993, Kiki Flynn was introduced to yoga in 1982 and became a student at Jivamukti in 1989 where she later taught. Kiki has been a student of Sanskrit Recitation under Dr. M.A. Jayashree and Professor Narasimhan for over 15 years. She is a w ...
Free yoga classes led by Centre Luna Yoga founder and Jivamukti certified teacher Jennifer Maagendans.
Yoga Talk Podcast
Honest talk about contemporary yoga culture from the editorial team.
How do I go beyond being a yoga teacher, and step into my role as a spiritual leader? What is the best way to create true wealth and abundance in my spiritual career? How can I incorporate all the mystical practices I love into a successful business serving others? These are a few of the many questions that renowned writer, author, educator, and teacher, Alanna Kaivalya, Ph.D. walks you through in the Upward Facing Career Podcast. Known as "The Yoga Doctor," Alanna teaches you mini mystical ...
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Have you ever considered how important it is to take time and practice self-care in order to generate creativity and growth for your yoga business? Alanna was reminded of this on a recent team retreat to Belize, and she wants to share her insights and three actionable tips that will help you shift your mindset and change the game immediately. W ...…
Many teachers are never taught specifically how to develop a confident presence with the voice and use high-level communication skills to present not just movements…but meaning. These are skills we must learn, just like anything else in our practice. Most of us need additional work on our speaking skills. If this is something we’ve never examin ...…
We talk about creating a culture of consent in yoga spaces, common ways yoga teachers reinforce gender binaries in yoga classes, and more.
Guided Gratitude Meditation! At this time of division–whether it be the division between us personally, politically, globally, or socially–how do we begin to back out of separation and into connection? How do we let go of our judgments of others, or an us vs. them attitude, or forgive those who have wronged us? We begin with gratitude. Gratitud ...…
Did you know that the chakras and astrology go together like peanut butter and jelly? It turns out that each of our sacred energy centers (chakras) is ruled by a corresponding planet in the astrological system. This podcast will go through each chakra and the associated planet and illuminate the *true* meaning of hatha yoga...the joining of the ...…
We chant Om all the time...but do you really know what it means? Alanna takes you through the history, the mythology, and the power of Om in this podcast. You learn why it works, and why it is such an essential part of yoga practice and spiritual transformation.
We hear the term "alchemy" a lot these days, but what is it really? The alchemical traditions go back hundreds of years, but they all represented one true aim: to reach the pinnacle of consciousness known as the alchemical opus. Turning lead into gold is the metaphor for transforming our darkened consciousness into enlightenment. Yogis have bee ...…
We are here to transform our students and ourselves. But, how do we do that? If you've ever heard of Joseph Campbell, then you know the journey of the hero is a time-honored process by which the hero must pass through certain stages to reach success. As yogis (and as human beings!), we must also pass through these stages to elevate our psyche a ...…
Join Kat and Kyle as they chat with Power Yoga founder Bryan Kest about yoga and moderation and why we are so often drawn to extremes. Bryan also explains what "power yoga" truly means (and it may surprise you).
Many of us equate the term "vinyasa" to a flowing series of yoga postures. Is that all it is? In this podcast, Alanna busts through the misconception that vinyasa just means "flow" and talks about its application to our life and practice as yoga teachers. Modern psychology aids this discussion with its concept of flow state – the most productiv ...…
We all have rituals. But, are we conscious of them? Our yoga classes provide a prime opportunity to create deeply transformational rituals for our students. But, are we doing that properly? This podcast illuminates the necessary parts of a ritual, why ritual is so important for us right now, and how you can elevate your yoga classes to the leve ...…
The tarot deck may seem a far-fetched compliment to yoga, but actually, it is one of the best tools we can utilize to get answers for ourselves and our clients NOW. If your students ask you big questions like, "what should I do about my relationship?" or, "Should I change jobs?" then having a skill like the tarot is perfect for giving your stud ...…
Join Kat and Kyle as they chat with Yoga International contributor and founder of, Kesse Hodge, about the problem of gendering yoga, yoga and atheism, and practicing when you live with chronic pain or illness.
As yoga teachers, we have a different kind of access to the body than other practitioners. This podcast reveals a new way to look at the body that will serve your clients beyond what they might hear from a traditional doctor or therapist. Learn to dig deeply for the root cause of discomfort or pain, and how our roles as spiritual leaders provid ...…
What is the mythology of yoga? Why is mythology important to spiritual practice? Our favorite yoga stories, and how to weave them into classes.
How do astrology & yoga go together? why is astrology a perfect compliment to yoga practice? how astrology up levels your career as a yogi, ways to bring astrology into your yoga practice
What is modern mysticism vs. ancient mysticism?, What are mystery schools?, what are mystical practices?, How modern psychology demands mystics to fill an aching need
Why thinking outside the yoga box is so important, Why it is NOT okay to be an impoverished yogi, how the system works against you, 3 things you can do NOW to make cash
What your TT never taught you about the chakras, how they are more than just colors & asanas, how you can use them to heal people on a different level.
What is spiritual leadership? Why you are more than a yoga teacher, what are the responsibilities of a spiritual leader, and is yoga teacher training enough? Join me as we dive deep into becoming a spiritual leader.
Yoga Talk Podcast 60 by Yoga International
After a 10-year hiatus Alanna Kaivalya, the Yoga Doctor, is back. What's happened in the last decade? What can you expect from the new podcast? Learn about why spiritual leadership for yoga teachers is so important. Alanna goes into what she'll be teaching about on the podcast: yoga (of course!), alchemy, astrology, spirituality, ritual, and bu ...…
Kat and Kyle talk with special guest Beth Spindler about yoga therapy: they discuss what it is, what it's not, and learn the answers to common questions. Beth is the author of Yoga Therapy for Fear: Treating Anxiety, Depression and Rage with the Vagus Nerve and Other Techniques and a frequent contributor to Yoga International.…
Kat and Kyle chat with Adore Your Body Telesummit founder and Forrest Yoga Guardian Erica Mather about developing body confidence, cultivating body positivity in yoga spaces, what to do if your (yoga) lineage conflicts with your values, and more.
In the second part of this two-part series, Kat, Kyle, and Molly Birkholm delve into the role that men can play in women's empowerment.
Kat and Kyle chat with Amber Karnes, the founder of Body Positive Yoga, about identifying wellness barriers and creating inclusive yoga spaces.
Kat and Kyle talk with Jivana Heyman, the founder of Accessible Yoga, about making yoga—particularly yoga philosophy—more accessible for all.
Kat and Kyle talk with Melanie Klein (co-founder of the Yoga and Body Image Coalition) and Dianne Bondy (founder of Yoga for All) about the new book Yoga Rising, the follow-up anthology to Yoga and Body Image. Melanie curated and edited this groundbreaking new book and Dianne wrote the foreword (and also graces the cover!).…
When the honeymoon period is over and we start to fall a little (or a lot) out of love with yoga, how can we rekindle the fire? If you find your practice or teaching is losing its luster, join Kat, Kyle, and Dianne Bondy for some practical advice and lighthearted inspiration.
In part I of this two-part podcast, Kat and Kyle are joined by Molly Birkholm (you may remember her from episode 34 on yoga and trauma. We discuss the new Women's Empowerment Initiative that Molly created with Yoga International, how women's empowerment relates to yoga, the importance of speaking up (and how to do it if, like us, you tend to av ...…
Kat and Kyle chat with Anna Guest-Jelley, the founder of Curvy Yoga. Anna shares her story—what inspired her to begin teaching and, ultimately, to found Curvy Yoga. She also offers tips for creating a sustainable home practice, accepting your body, and more.
Here's a special Halloween treat from our friend Justini Yogini at YogaQuest!YogaQuest uses pop-culture inspired narratives to create yoga practices that are fun and accessible, and because Kat and Kyle are both big Twin Peaks fans, Justine created this Twin Peaks-inspired guided meditation practice for them to share with you this Halloween. Yo ...…
Kat and Kyle talk with Mark Walsh, the founder of Embodied Yoga Principles (EYP), about taking yoga off the mat and into daily life.
Yoga Talk Podcast 49: A Chocolate Bar for Your Dosha! by Yoga International
Jules Febre in New York City, Jivamukti Yoga Center Union Square, June 2016* Best heard with speakers
Jules Febre in New York City, Jivamukti Yoga Center Union Square, June 2016Chanting Om* Best heard with speakers
In this episode, Kat and Kyle catch up with Yoga and Body Image Coalition co-founder Melanie Klein.
Kat and Kyle talk with founder of Warrior Wear (a yoga clothing company for men), Jered Seibert, about challenges and stereotypes that male practitioners can face, yoga clothing for men, addressing competition on the mat, body image, and much more
In part II Kat and Kyle interview YogaQuest teachers Vanessa, Kris, and Steve about their experiences in YogaQuest teacher training, community building, and numinous aspects of practice.
The importance of community, language, and why "geek wellness" matters.
Kat and Kyle sit with yoga teacher Britt B. Steele at her yoga farm in Oregon to discuss living in balance, inclusive yoga, and weaving practice into daily life.
Kat and Kyle talk with the author of Autobiography of a Naked Yogi and the director at Blue Osa Yoga Retreat and Spa, Yogi Aaron, about body image, spirituality, making time for self-care, and more.
Kat and Kyle talk with renowned teacher and founder of Yoga for All, Dianne Bondy, about the benefits and challenges of online yoga.
Kat and Kyle talk to Kundalini Yoga teacher Sierra Hollister—a self-proclaimed "yoga universalist." Tune in as they discuss Kundalini Yoga, what it is and what it isn't
Kat and Kyle discuss yoga, fitness, and body image with renowned yoga teacher and dance and fitness instructor Jennifer Galardi.
Kat and Kyle discuss yoga, social justice, and body image with yoga teacher and activist Dianne Bondy.
In part one of this two-part podcast, Kat talks about yoga and social justice with Portland yoga teacher Sam Miller.
We talk yoga, writing, philosophy, anatomy, motherhood, and more with Nancy Alder.
We interviewed the incredible Molly Birkholm at the Sedona Yoga Festival.
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