Sarong Vit-Kory, founded the Tevoda Organisation, an NGO based in her mother’s home village in Cambodia. She was born in a Thai refugee camp. Four years later, her family immigrated…
When Pattabhi Jois Met Krishnamacharya… extract from a biography that will never be written
Shaila Catherine on Jhanas and Awakening
What is going on in the mind of advanced meditators? How does someone who spent years as a nun see the world? Let’s listen in…
Buddhism, especially the Therevadha tradition which we cover a lot on this podcast, has always had female practitioners and leaders but they have historically been sidelined.
So in this new series, we talk to female practitioners about their paths, starting with Willa Tania who is a former Buddhist nun in the Ajahn Chah tradition and is currently a counsellor living in New Zealand
Escaping Samsara Podcast on Ashtanga and Fatherhood
I created a yoga routine using the asanas listed in the Hatha Tattva Kaumudi, a 17th Century Hatha Yoga text. Combined with teachings from Ashtanga Vinyasa and others, it’s a supercharged sequence!
a yoga teacher, anatomy expert and author. He runs Love Yoga Anatomy online and on Youtube, and is the author of Illustrated Yoga Anatomy book. Thanks to everyone who sent in questions about yoga, ashtanga, avoiding injury and maintaining healthy bodies.
Buddhist teacher Sebene Selassie on Escaping Samsara Podcast
Bhante Panna is an American monk living in a forest monestry near Bangkok. He has a popular Instagram (@bronthepath} where he shares his life of contemplation. In this conversation we address monkhood, spiritual powers, communing with nature, ending racism, and liberation. I know you’re going to like this one!
Anthony “Prem” Carlisi has been practicing and teaching Ashtanga yoga for over 40 years. He learned directly from Pattabhi Jois in 1978 for several months in Southern California. In 1979,…