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...
065. Yoga & Cancer with Anusha Wijeyakumar
Anusha is the Wellness Consultant for Hoag Hospital, one of the top rated hospitals in the USA where she leads on integrative medicine and implementing mindfulness and meditation practices for maternal mental health...
064. The Accessible Yoga Podcast LIVE!
The Accessible Yoga Podcast is back for Season 3 with a live podcast recording as a part of the grand opening of the new Accessible Yoga Community!
In this special episode, Jivana and Anjali discuss: