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Pursuing a quiet yoga revolution, based in healing, J. Brown seeks to change the dialog, and direction, of yoga practice in the west.
Pursuing a quiet yoga revolution, based in healing, J. Brown seeks to change the dialog, and direction, of yoga practice in the west.

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This week on the podcast we go to the Accessible Yoga​ Conference NYC for a panel discussion on "Ageism and Ableism" with Steffany Moonez, founder of Yoga for Arthritis, Prakash Capen, Integral Yoga Teacher and Minister, Mirabai Hubbell, chair of the Older Adults Department at City College, and Char Grossman, founder of YogaReach. They share their views and take questions from the audience on issues of inclusion in yoga classes. Good stuff.

https://www.jbrownyoga.com/yoga-talks-podcast/2017/6/accesible-yoga-nyc

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Amber Karnes is on the podcast this week. In the midst of us both moving and trying to figure out making a living, we talk about how we are managing and commune on a shared sense of purpose. We also get to hear about the origins of Body Positive Yoga. Real deal stuff. Enjoy.

https://www.jbrownyoga.com/yoga-talks-podcast/2017/6/amber-karnes

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This weeks podcast with Sadia Bruce is a more nuanced consideration of the ideas in my new blog post: "I Love Yoga and Hate Everything About It." Sadia is an example of the struggles that grassroots teachers face, and speaks truth to the power of the "Yoga Industrial Complex." Important stuff. Cheers.

https://www.jbrownyoga.com/yoga-talks-podcast/2017/6/sadia-bruce

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If you don't really love teaching yoga to the degree that the question is not if but how, then it's probably not worth asking.

https://www.jbrownyoga.com/blog/2017/6/i-love-yoga-and-hate-everything-about-it

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This week on the podcast I talk to Joe Sandor, a new listener who works at the State Department, recently completed yoga teacher training, and has some ideas about new models for the business of yoga. Fun and interesting. Enjoy.

https://www.jbrownyoga.com/yoga-talks-podcast/2017/5/joe-sandor

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This week on the podcast I embrace magic with the wonderful India Supera of the Feathered Pipe. Fantastic conversation had on a most auspicious day. So excitied to be going to the ranch next month.

https://www.jbrownyoga.com/yoga-talks-podcast/2017/5/india-supera

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This week on the podcast I talk to Andrew Tanner about recent developments at The Yoga Alliance and the future of the yoga industry. Recorded in front of a live audience at the Yoga Journal Conference NYC, Andrew drops some serious truth bombs. Yoga professionals take heed.

https://www.jbrownyoga.com/yoga-talks-podcast/2017/5/andrew-tanner-yjlive2017

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There will be no more Yoga Journal Conferences for the rest of 2017 while they attempt to re-imagine the model and figure out a way to make them relevant and profitable again. For those who are invested in the yoga profession, it’s not clear whether the crumbling of this institution is a canary in a coal mine or a crow outside our window.

https://www.jbrownyoga.com/blog/2017/5/yoga-journal-exit-stage-right

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This week on the podcast I talk to Jivana Heyman, founder of the Accessible Yoga Conference NYC 2017. He shares how deep tragedy can be transformed into making yoga accessible to everyone. Warm discussion with a lovely man. The conference is May 19-21. You can use code "J Brown" for 10% off.
https://www.jbrownyoga.com/yoga-talks-podcast/2017/5/jivana-heyman

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This week on the podcast I'm talking to Sam Rudra Swartz about Integral Yoga and the Accessible Yoga Conference NYC 2017. We kind of hit it off. Fun conversation about important things. Please enjoy. The conference is May 19 and you can use promo code "J Brown" for 10% off. http://www.accessibleyoga.org/conference.html. Cheers y'all.

http://www.jbrownyoga.com/yoga-talks-podcast/2017/5/sam-rudra-swartz
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