There are so many yoga related podcasts out there, it can be hard to choose. Below is a list of 5 great places to start depending on who you are and what aspect of practice most interests you.
Best all rounder - triyoga talks
Leading London based yoga studio triyoga has a plethora of podcasts featuring world experts and leaders in a whole range of yoga styles and perspectives. From philosophy, to posture based practice, from breathing to social justice. Podcast host Genny Wilkinson-Priest expertly guides and fearlessly asks the difficult questions many others are afraid to ask.
Best for social justice - Yoga is Dead
This revolutionary podcast explores the big issues in the yoga world, from cultural appropriation to the need for yoga as a vehicle for social justice. Powerful, informed, and constantly elevating marginalised voices this is essential listening for everyone practising yoga.
Best for yoga teachers - Yoga Land
Long standing editor, writer and founder Andrea Ferretti talks alongside internationally renowned teacher Jason Crandell to host a huge array of voices from within the yoga world. Andrea regularly interviews Jason, often with expert guidance for new and established yoga teachers from topics ranging from how to maintain your personal practice to how to manage teaching yoga as a business.
Best for Happiness and Meditation - Dan Harris 10% Happier
Skeptic, best selling author, and former news anchor Dan Harris explores everything it means to be happy and how. Guests include legendary meditation teachers -- from the Dalai Lama to Western masters -- as well as scientists.
Best for in depth discussion - J. Brown Yoga talks
If you like diving into the detail and longer form content J. Brown has candid conversations with other independent yoga revolutionists. From yoga philosophy to the business of yoga, J and his esteemed guests always have something interesting to say.
This article was written for us by our awesome Global Brand Warrior, International Yoga & Qigong Teacher and Writer, Soho-based James Rafael. For more information about James Rafael, click here
We would like to credit Hartlands Accounts and Miramedium for the images used in this article