Jonathan Sattin is Managing Director of Triyoga, a Yoga centre with four locations in London. In this episode we discuss life, meditation, his experiences at the ashram, his relationship with his teacher and what it’s like running a large Yoga centre.
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The Lonely Guru podcast is dedicated to exploring how the practice of Yoga and related traditions can directly contribute to the world we live in.
In his Lonelyguru Yoga Dialogues podcast & music Ryan Spielman aims to unearth what a real, transformative Yoga looks like in our culture. This podcast is an expression of Ryan’s passion for the exploration and realisation of Yoga.
David Keil is an Ashtanga practitioner who has traveled the world teaching his YogAnatomy Workshop to teachers and students. He is a direct student of Shri K. Pattabhi Jois. In this episode we discuss the wonder of the human body and David’s relationship with his teachers. For more information about David go to www.yoganatomy.com
My guest for this episode is Michael Gannon. Michael teaches workshops, trainings and retreats around the world. In our dialogue we explore gurus — having them and being them — and other aspects of Yoga practice. For info about Michael go to www.michaelgannonyoga.com
Welcome to the Lonely Guru podcast. I am Ryan Spielman, aka Lonely Guru. In these dialogues I explore with my guests what an authentic Yoga and spirituality looks like and feels like in our 21st century culture. I hope to make you think deeply about who you are and how to live. Wishing you a rich and fruitful journey!
Ryan’s music is about poking fun at our foibles, musing about the meaning of life and bringing to light the ways in which we give ourselves a hard time. Though the songs are rough around the edges I think they capture how weird and wonderful it is being a human being.