Rank #1: Beyond Asana, with Baron Baptiste
Baron Baptiste tells host Colleen Saidman Yee about how his experiences as a teacher compelled him to write his latest book, “Perfectly Imperfect.”
Rank #2: The Power of Yoga, with Kino MacGregor
Kino MacGregor explains why yoga always keeps its promise, what she’s learned from Guruji, and how the real power of yoga is the power of yourself.
Rank #3: Owning Your Power, with Kathryn Budig
Kathryn Budig and host Colleen Saidman Yee delve into where self-worth comes from, how to deal with bullies and trolls, and why nobody but you can take away your power.
Rank #4: The Meaning of Yoga, with Richard Freeman
What is the true meaning of yoga, and what does love have to do with it? Find out when host Colleen Saidman Yee interviews her friend, master teacher Richard Freeman.
Rank #5: Practicing Pranayama, with Tim Miller
Host Beryl Bender Birch delves into the practice of pranayama with master yoga teacher Tim Miller, who learned from Sri K. Pattabhi Jois over thirty years ago.
Rank #6: Consciously Evolving, with Beryl Bender Birch
How does yoga empower our own personal, conscious evolution? Find out when host Colleen Saidman Yee interviews fellow host and master teacher Beryl Bender Birch.
Rank #7: Love and Kindness in Your Practice, with Rodney Yee
What role does kindness play in daily yoga practice? When it comes to Rodney Yee, quite a lot, as he tells host Colleen Saidman Yee in answer to a question from Jeremiah in Northampton, MA. You’ll hear Rodney draw on wisdom from spiritual teachers like Ram Dass, the poet Rumi and the Dalai Lama, who said “My religion is kindness.” Discover how the growth toward kindness, spurred by what Krishnamurti calls “choiceless awareness,” is a slow process, even for master teachers like Rodney and Colleen, and why Rodney doesn't think of time as a purely linear progression.
Moving from kindness to love, Sheila from Hawaii wants to know what role love plays in Rodney’s practice and teachings, which leads Rodney and Colleen into a discussion about love and conflict. You’ll find out why Rodney feels like he’s not qualified to describe love: “Does a fish describe the ocean?” Luckily for us, he doesn’t stop there, helping us understand how conflict is merely a “subset of love.”
Rank #8: Yoga: The Gift of Life, with Rodney Yee
Rodney Yee explains his teaching philosophy, how yoga empowers him to directly touch life, and what he thinks is the most important thing to ask a new student.
Rank #9: Yoga, Aging, and Loss, with Dana Trixie Flynn
Master yoga teacher Dana Trixie Flynn communes with host Colleen Saidman Yee about how our personal yoga practices can help us face our insecurities, aging and loss.
Rank #10: Breathe Easy and Everything Changes, with Seane Corn
Master teacher Seane Corn tells Colleen Saidman Yee how yoga helped her overcome anxiety, stress, OCD and drug use, and to self-regulate by listening to her body.