07. Manifestation of Caste: Naming the Invisible with Prachi Patankar
Born and raised in rural India, Prachi Patankar was raised by a freedom-fighter grandmother and parents deeply involved in anti-caste, feminist, and peasant movements. Over two decades in New York City, she has been...
06. The Audacity of Being with rüdrāksh chand and Tristan Katz
rüdrāksh chand is an organizer, anti-carceral practitioner of abolition, lifelong student of Yoga, an artist at large.
Tristan Katz is a trans-queer equity inclusion facilitator and consultant/teacher/space holder,...
05. Self Care as Sva-dharma with Indu Arora
Indu Arora is a Yoga and Ayurveda teacher, mentor, and author, based out of the USA. She considers herself a student for a lifetime. Indu has been sharing about Yoga philosophy, Yoga Therapy, and Ayurveda for the last...
04. Liminality in Liberatory Movements with Shawn Moore
Residing at the intersection of leadership and mindfulness, Shawn creates sacred spaces for stillness and self-inquiry to help changemakers align their strengths, intention, and impact. Reckoning with his own...
03. Black Spirituality in Justice Movements with Ash Williams
Ash Williams is an anti-carceral and reproductive justice organizer. He received his BA in Philosophy from UNC Charlotte in 2015 and his MA in Ethics and Applied Philosophy from UNC Charlotte in 2016. For the last...
02. Belonging, Cultural Appropriation, & Tibetan Buddhism
Chemi Lhamo is a community organizer and a human rights activist. She served as the Community Health Lead at Parkdale People’s Economy and on the Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust’s board. She is recognized in...
01. The Trauma of Caste with Thenmozhi Soundararajan
Thenmozhi Soundararajan is a Dalit Civil rights artist, organizer, and theorist who has worked with hundreds of organizations to better understand the urgent issues of racial, caste, and gender equity. Working across...
Coming Soon: The Love of Yoga
Coming Soon: The Love of Yoga Podcast
Take a listen to this excerpt from Anjali's interview with Thenmozhi Soundararajan, author of The Trauma of Caste: A Dalit Feminist Meditation on Survivorship, Healing, and...
069. The Nuances of Accessibility in Yoga
In this final episode of the Accessible Yoga Podcast, Anjali and Jivana discuss:
What does it mean to make yoga accessible?
The danger of oversimplifying a yoga practice
The importance of reflecting on who we...
068. Radical Honesty with Saira Rao
Saira (NOT Sara) Rao grew up in Richmond, Virginia, the daughter of Indian immigrants. For forty years, she wasted her precious time aspiring to be white and accepted by dominant white society, a futile task for...
067. Practice Isn’t Meant to “Fix”, It’s Meant to Heal
Teo Drake is an organizer, a teacher, and an artisan who works in wood and steel.
As a queer and trans long-term HIV/AIDS survivor, the practices and philosophies of yoga and Buddhism have been both life-saving and...
066. The Audacity of Hope for Yoga
Tejal Patel is a first-generation Indian American yoga teacher, writer, podcaster, and community organizer.
She advocates for yoga through a social justice lens and educates and empowers individuals and groups around...