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Best Yoga Teachers podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Yoga Teachers podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Take ownership of your pregnancy, birth, and parenthood! Join Deb Flashenberg as she dives into conversations with some of the world’s leading yoga, pregnancy, birth, and baby experts. Deb and her guests are voices of calm and reason, sharing practical, relevant and insightful information that is helpful for people at all stages of parenting. These lively conversations will inform and entertain you as you embark on this new phase in your life. Deb is the founder and director of the Prenatal ...
 
Francesca Cervero is a full-time yoga teacher and yoga teacher's mentor. She has been teaching yoga in New York City and Washington, DC since 2005 and the foundation of her teaching practice comes from OM Yoga Center’s style of alignment-based vinyasa. Her teaching is also inspired by the years she spent in physical therapy, a constant curiosity about anatomy and biomechanics, and her love of Buddhist teachings. Francesca believes that introducing more people to the deeply healing benefits o ...
 
Rachel Brathen, known as Yoga Girl, is an international yoga teacher and speaker, bestselling author and serial entrepreneur who inspires millions every day. Now – Rachel offers an even more intimate look into her life and the inspiring journey. Weekly episodes of storytelling and talks from Rachel (sometimes alongside special guests!) dive into topics such as love, trust, finding balance, overcoming adversity and of course, yoga and well-being. The light you are seeking is within your own h ...
 
YOGA SESH offers alignment-focused Vinyasa Yoga and restorative Yin Yoga classes by Caitlin Rose Kenney. Episodes include short (30-55 minutes) and long (60-75 minutes) yoga classes for experienced yogis. Each session begins with Caitlin Rose sharing her creative process designing the class and then dives into a unique sequence of asana, breath work, and stillness. Her soothing voice and articulate instructions make practicing yoga a ritual to look forward to and the best part is that you ca ...
 
Welcome to Yoga Girl Daily, a spin off of the Yoga Girl Podcast. In this series, Rachel Brathen, New York Times Bestselling author, serial entrepreneur and international yoga teacher, is offering nuggets of wisdom, guidance and clarity every day of the week. From Make it Happen Monday, to Feel-Good Friday, each episode offers self care tips, guided meditations, heartfelt advice and a moment to ground into your body, lead with purpose, set intentions and take action in your day-to-day life. O ...
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast is a place where yoga teachers can tune in each week to learn, connect with community and gain inspiration. After a yoga teacher training it can feel like being left out in the wilderness for yoga teacher entrepreneurs. The business side of yoga is often not talked about as much as philosophy, anatomy and other topics covered in a yoga teacher training. This podcast addresses the questions and challenges that yoga teachers face. Hear interviews with yoga te ...
 
Yoga as a practice, a discipline and a philosophy. Yoga for awareness, self-regulation and higher consciousness. Yoga to be embodied, to move, to connect. We often step on the mat for one reason and keep coming for a thousand others. Whether the practice is more physical, mental, or spiritual for you, this interview based podcast will answer all your questions. You will find a wide range of highly respected yoga teacher and authors here to inspire you to step on the mat and carry your lesson ...
 
NOT FOR BEGINNERS. These are live Vinyasa Yoga classes for students who already know basic alignment and want to flow. Philip Urso, Renee Deslauriers and other teachers of Live-Love-Teach Yoga School. We specialize in teaching Yoga Teachers the skills and presence to teach dynamic, synchronized vinyasa Yoga classes. Philip also posts "A Crash Course in Miracles" on iTunes. More info at www.liveloveteach.com or info@liveloveteach.com.
 
Inspiring, spicy, fun, joyful and uplifting live and unplugged yoga classes taught by Pittsburgh yoga teacher Elsie Escobar. Classes range from strong beginners to advanced. They are 1hr or 1hr and 15 min. Depending on the level and length of the individual class they may include all or some of the following: a theme, meditation, pranayama, warm ups, sun salutations, standing poses, arm balances, hip openers, thigh stretches, backbends, forward bends, cool down poses and relaxation. Remember ...
 
Mastering the Business of Yoga (M.B.Om for short) is a podcast was designed for new yoga teachers who want to create a successful career in yoga, but don't know where to start, or what to do. Each episode is hosted by yoga teacher & business graduate, Amanda Kingsmith, and features different, successful and inspiring yoga teachers who share their experiences in the yoga world, and the business lessons they have learned throughout their careers. Guests range from full-time yoga teachers, yoga ...
 
Each week, through long format interviews, host, Cora Geroux uncovers answers to tough questions about Teaching Yoga. How can we truly make our yoga spaces inclusive? Is it possible to make a sustainable living doing this work? How do we shift from cultural appropriation to appreciation in yoga? This show is a space for real, raw conversation, a place to remind you that you’re not alone, and a resource for your life and work on a spiritual path. Stay connected with your host, and follow the ...
 
This hour of keen insight into spiritual principles touches upon the most practical aspects of our lives and speaks to our deepest yearnings for awakening. Find inspiration, insights, and time-tested practices from the ancient system of Kriya Yoga, a philosophy and practice for fulfilled living in today’s world.
 
Every week on The Yoga Life Podcast, yoga teacher Kevin Boyle chats to fellow yogis about teaching, practising and living the yoga life. Every aspect of yoga will be discussed. From the yoga industry, teaching techniques to life itself! If you’re a teacher, a student or simply curious to learn more about yoga, subscribe to receive your weekly episode. Happiness is free and so is this podcast.
 
Balancing an ashtanga yoga practice with family life can be challenging. We learn as we discover relationships, fertility, pregnancy, fourth trimester, embarking on parenthood and providing a nurturing environment for our family. Seventh Series brings these stories to you, through other’s journeys, to provide insight into how others approach their daily lives.
 
Everyday Ayurveda and Yoga at Hale Pule is a remarkable podcast on holistic healing brought to you by Myra Lewin, founder and director of Hale Pule Ayurveda & Yoga. Ayurveda and Yoga are designed to work together to create greater peace and well-being in our lives. Tune in each month as Myra shares her perspective on the timeless wisdom that defines these ancient sciences. A thoughtful, intuitive teacher and a true healer, Myra will guide you to connect to your spirit, to your heart, and to ...
 
Having trouble sleeping? Join Yoga and meditation teacher Kathryn Nicolai for bedtime stories where nothing much happens to help you relax and sleep peacefully. The stories are a soft landing spot for your mind. Rather than letting your brain race through the same thoughts you’ve been chasing all day, we are taking a detour to a calm and comfy place. We tell the story twice and go a bit slower the second time.
 
The area of overlap in the Venn diagram of Yoga-land and diet culture would show a yoga teacher calmly advising a student to go on a juice cleanse to detox / lose the baby weight / give her digestion "a rest". We think that’s unhealthy AF. If you love yoga (but don’t always love yoga culture), feel compelled to give the finger to diets, and wish to create deep and lasting health without the BS, this podcast is for you. Hosted by Casey Conroy, non-diet dietitian, holistic nutritionist, and yo ...
 
Finding Drishti Yoga Podcast is created by Terri Koen, a yoga teacher based in Austin, TX. In this podcast, you'll hear recordings from workshop sessions and live classes. Terri explores concepts within yoga philosophy and translates them into real-world situations and into the physical postures. She teaches a slow flowing style of vinyasa, pulling from her background in Ashtanga and a love for restorative. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findingdrishti-podcast/support
 
Caitie (a Registered Dietitian, Registered Yoga Teacher, and Group Fitness Instructor) and James (a Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Yoga Teacher, and actor) explore emerging trends and current events related to nutrition and wellness. Their perspectives and analyses are informed by the principles of Intuitive Eating and Health at Every Size. Their conversations are also inspired by their experiences (as health and wellness professionals, and as human beings).
 
Kombucha and Colour is a weekly podcast designed to inspire women to embrace health and live life bright. Each week Anna Marsh (Functional Medicine Practitioner, Women's Lifestyle Coach, and all-around health nut) and Che Dyer (Yoga Teacher, Graphic Designer and Creative) will bring you content to nourish your body, mind, heart, and soul. Health is about the whole person, which means all topics are on the table from good food, nutrition, exercise, movement and yoga to meditation, mindset and ...
 
Hosted by Nikki Eisenhauer M.ED. LPC, LCDC, International Life Coach and Psychotherapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Yoga and Meditation Teacher. The weekly podcast explores mental health & healing for survivors, thrivers, seekers, healers, highly sensitive people (HSP) & empaths. Expand and awaken to your higher purpose, be more present and authentic, find strength in spirituality, quiet the monkey mind of modern society with meditation, and connect deeply with yourself and safe other ...
 
ADULTING 101 - A weekly workshop style podcast hosted by Danielle Ryan, a mindset coach and yoga teacher, bringing you motivation, guidance, and step-by-step instruction on how to navigate the world of adulthood. A millennial herself, Danielle understands the challenges of this modern world and seeks to inspire her listeners to be their best selves by providing the tools they need to successfully be #adultAF.
 
How do I start an online business that aligns with my values? How can I sell more without being ‘salesy’? How can I be more productive and less overwhelmed by social media? And the biggest question of all, can I *really* turn my passion into profits? Welcome to the Blissful Biz podcast where digital strategist, website designer and yoga teacher Susanne Rieker and guest experts answer ALL of these questions weekly and help you build a thriving online business that truly aligns with your passi ...
 
Yin Yoga and meditation are refinements of awareness. The purpose of this podcast is to illuminate the theory and practice of Yin Yoga, Chinese Medicine, and meditation as three interwoven tools for apprehending the Everyday Sublime. As Stephen Batchelor says, "the mystical does not transcend the world, but saturates it." Hosted by Josh Summers, a practicing acupuncturist and Yin Yoga and meditation teacher. He is the founder of the Summers School of Yin Yoga: www.yinyogaschool.com.
 
An honest, down to earth, fun and relatable podcast for women seeking sisterhood and transformation. This is a home for all things yoga, self-care, mental wellness, entrepreneurship and much more. Each week we record live sessions engaging with our community (via Instagram live) and touching on topics that can help guide us to cultivate our higher selves. IG | @afroyogabyangie Web | afroyoga.org
 
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The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast BONUS: Anti-Racism & Yoga with Michelle Johnson Description: In light of everything that has been happening in the US and across the world with the Black Lives Matter social justice movement and calls for anti-racism, how does yoga fit in? What can yoga teachers do to hold space for these conversations that need t…
 
Two documentaries over the weekend have caused me to ponder - again - what we are actually teaching our students. In this episode the call to argumentation, the power of cognitive biases, Guru Tattva and a great quote from Edwin Bryant, ‘The dance between reason and the heart is never-ending - sometimes causing one to sway and veer towards one moda…
 
Understanding Ayurveda helps yoga teachers and students access a more grounded presence both in their practice and their lives. This is especially true during times of change, uncertainty, and heightened anxiety. Chara Carruthers joins Mado on the podcast to talk about how the tools of ayurveda can help us to stay centered and maintain our self car…
 
Miller is the Founder, and Director of the iRest Institute. Miller is a clinical psychologist, author, researcher, yogic scholar and spiritual teacher. For over 40 years, Miller has devoted his life and work to integrating the nondual wisdom teachings of Yoga, Tantra, Advaita, Taoism and Buddhism with Western psychology. Miller is also the co-found…
 
Do you sometimes feel like everybody is so much ahead of you when it comes to building your yoga business? The thing to remember is that we all have to start somewhere. For example by posting our first video on YouTube. In this episode I’m talking to Allie Van Fossen, better known as The Journey Junkie, a once corporate marketing girl turned succes…
 
Today on the show, I speak with Norman Blair - Norman is an author, yoga teacher and advocate for teachers’ rights, living and teaching in the UK. While Norman has been practising yoga since the early 1990s (and teaching from 2001), I first became familiar with Norman's work when he published two viral articles in early 2019 called Let’s Talk About…
 
Cora Geroux is a yoga teacher, former studio owner, and the host of the Teaching Yoga podcast.Cora originally hails from Canada and is now based in Sydney, Australia. Cora has been teaching yoga & leading yoga teacher trainings since 2009. Before which, she obtained a BA in psychology from Simon Fraser University. Cora was also the co-owner of two …
 
Ché is joined by Michael Ernest a Nigerian yoga teacher and advocate for making yoga and meditation inclusive and representative of black and African people. Michael shares his personal story of being underrepresented in the wellness industry and his personal experience with the systemic racism that is present even in the yoga world. With his backg…
 
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Brian’s journey to Yoga teaching was almost accidental when on a whim he signed up to a training while travelling through India. He has since studied extensively the lineages of Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Iyengar and Therapeutic yoga. His yoga classes are breath focused and based on alignment and conscious movement, while also encouraging students t…
 
Why are the most crucial self-care practices usually the ones that are the hardest to begin? Transformation takes discipline and motivation, so it’s not always easy, even when we know it’s good for us. Today’s practice will allow you to add an extra layer of gratitude to the practices that transform you the most. Tune in and anchor into that practi…
 
Have you ever wondered what the appropriate milestones are for your baby? What is there to do if your child is not meeting these benchmarks? In this episode of Yoga|Birth|Babies, I speak with pediatric occupational therapist, Nekole Eaton. Nekole specializes in child development and shares her deep knowledge about expectations and variations in rea…
 
Our breath holds infinite power. With every inhale, you create space for all that you are longing for. Your body expands to fill itself with the universe. Each exhale allows you to release anything that isn’t serving you. In today’s meditation, you will bear witness to your breath, noticing it draw in through your heart and all the way to the lower…
 
Tina Bock is an authorised ashtanga yoga teacher and lives in Abu Dhabi. In this episode she shares her journey of pregnancy, birth and postpartum recovery with her son James. Tina has been practicing and teaching yoga since her early 20s. She developed her connection with ashtanga yoga after moving to Abu Dhabi and not being able to find a teacher…
 
It’s time for our Tune-In Tuesday practice of this week! Today’s topic: what are you struggling with in your life right now? It is often through our difficulties that we grow and evolve the most - if we give ourselves the time it takes to be present there. Instead of always trying to get back to happy, can you anchor into what you are struggling wi…
 
After the death of George Floyd on May 25th, 2020, there has been an awakening in the world, and the wellness community to the inequities that have oppressed Black, Indegenous and People Of Colour over the last several centuries. If you’re in the process of waking up and have been reposting, sharing and using your voice on social media to stand up …
 
Anna gives an update on her recovery from Chronic Fatigue. She shares specifically about some of the testing she has done recently and the results of those tests. She talks about what supplement, diet and lifestyle changes she will be making over the next few months. Find Anna: http://annamarsh.co.uk/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anna_marsh…
 
This week on the podcast I am re-joined by Kaya Mindlin. Kaya is a yoga therapist and educator who has been teaching the "softer side of yoga" for nearly 20 years. A year ago, Kaya and I chatted on the podcast about how to be profitable with a small business, and this year we are talking about how to take your business online. This has been a popul…
 
In this episode, I reflect on my conversation with Dr. Judson Brewer, offering key applications from Dr. Jud s work on how to work skillfully with craving and various desires in your practice of meditation and Yin Yoga. Listen to Episode 81 here or in your favorite podcast app. Links from the Episode: Article: Why is it so hard to pay attention, or…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 176: Email Marketing Strategy with Jessica Stansberry Description: As an entrepreneur and business owner, you never stop learning. There are so many strategies for running a successful business, and different approaches work for different people. There’s always something new that we could learn and implement in ou…
 
With every Monday comes a clean slate and new opportunities - that’s why today is the perfect day to set an intention for the week! When it comes to our self-care practices, we may be feeling the need to level up right now. Perhaps those old, routine practices aren’t cutting it with the current intensity of the world. This week we are setting the i…
 
When you start teaching yoga online, there are so many questions, like for example “What’s the best camera”, “How do you share the link” or “How do you record the class”. It can be totally overwhelming, right? In this episode I’m talking to Jeremy Devens from Quietmind Yoga, an online resource for classes, podcasts and teacher training in all aspec…
 
Dylan Galos, epidemiologist and evaluator, friend of the show, talks with J about the current health crisis and the Black Lives Matter movement. They discuss the role of epidemiology, his background and areas of study, the science behind pandemics, data sets and policy recommendations, effectiveness of masks, impacts of social distance on mental he…
 
The last of a series of classes focusing on the spine. In this practice we focus on gentle spinal extension (backbends). You will enjoy a sense a spaciousness and length throughout your front-body while also cultivating a sense of support and stability throughout your back-body. Expect to play with locust pose variations, bridge pose variations and…
 
Alice Williams is a Yoga Teacher, writer, and the author of "Bad Yogi: The Funniest Self-Help Memoir You'll Ever Read".In this episode, we speak with Alice about her process writing the book as well as her experiences in yoga teacher training. We also learn about how Alice dealt with an eating disorder and the commonalities between her yoga teacher…
 
To consider compatibility I had to first understand and accept more about my personality and temperament--not what I thought my temperament and personality were supposed to be, but how I was made, how I am, what's changeable within myself and what isn't. I hope this week's episode opens the conversation of compatibility and workability in partnersh…
 
A conversation sensing into the practice of accountability and repair with Mitzi Melaine Wilson. We discuss racism, wisdom on the resourcing power of yoga, as well as exclusive spaces in yoga. We also arrive at the exclusionary space of yoga's social media, which is how we got here initially.... Mitzi Melaine Wilson is a yoga teacher and consultant…
 
This episode offers a short yin-inspired yoga practice to look inward and connect with the energy of lizard. Focus on your third eye and light up your intuition.Wildlife rehabilitation season is in full swing, and I am still without most of my income. The turtles and I need your support to make it through this season. Now is the time to sponsor thi…
 
You may be really excited for this week’s self-care practice, or you may find it extremely difficult. Today we are taking our adult hat off and channeling our inner child. We are going to play! When was the last time you played just for the sake of playing - and not to accomplish anything? Tune in as Rachel shares how to cultivate joy through the a…
 
After everything that has occurred in 2020, there is no going back to the way things were. We have to do better and be better to ourselves. The only way through is to listen to our inner truth and show up for ourselves in a radical way. The world has intensified, so make sure your healing practices align along with it! Perhaps the old, comfortable …
 
Darragh has an honours degree in Natural Science and a Ph.D. in Plant Developmental Genetics. He is passionate about psychedelic science and specifically the role of plant medicines in mental health. In his mid-twenties under the immense pressure of the Ph.D., Darragh suffered from depression and anxiety due to the demanding nature of the work. Dur…
 
Hello friends, it's been a while... :p My guest today is the wise and sagacious Edmund Ang, who was first introduced to me by Leigh Khoo of Episode 11 of the podcast, and has since become a good friend as well as a mentor of mine as well. Edmund's relationship with yoga is an intimate one. We navigate his experiences with both the physical and spir…
 
Tune your awareness inward in this practice and ask yourself - how are you doing? How is your body doing? How is your heart doing? What does it feel like to be here right now? We practice sitting with ourselves in meditation, not to perpetually shift or desire change, but to allow whatever is. We are conditioned to resist what’s uncomfortable, but …
 
Part of parenting is learning through mistakes. Personally, I could write a book on the missteps I’ve taken despite thinking I’m doing the right thing in the moment. Jenny Best, founder, and CEO of Solid Starts, and mom of three explains how her errors and anxiety about feeding her first child opened the door to understanding and emerging as an exp…
 
Pain is a wake-up call, and a teacher. In this episode, I’ll share my recent experience with pain, and how it informed my yoga practice. Join me for 30 minutes of yoga “at the edge” and discover what your body wants to teach you. Wildlife rehabilitation season is in full swing, and I am still without most of my income. The turtles and I need your s…
 
In our exploration of the gurvadi gunas this month, we’re giving context to the qualities of mobile (chala) and static (sthira) in everyday life and in Ayurveda. Myra explains: How to identify chala and sthira gurvadi gunas today with relatable examples Gives practical insights on balancing these gurvadi gunas daily Explains how digestion is impact…
 
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