Luke Jordan is a direct student of Sri K Pattabhi Jois and one of a handful of teachers worldwide Certified by the Ashtanga Yoga Institute in Mysore to pass on the advanced teachings of this traditional Yoga method. Luke holds a Masters degree in Indian Religion specialising in Yoga philosophy. livingashtanga.com
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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.
Gregor Maehle began his yogic practices in the mid-1980s. He’s studied with various yogic and tantric masters, traditional Indian sadhus and ascetics. He spent fourteen months in Mysore, and in 1997 was authorised to teach Ashtanga Yoga by K. Pattabhi Jois. Since then he has branched out into researching the anatomical alignment of postures and the higher limbs of yoga. Together with his wife, Monica, in 1996 he founded 8 Limbs in Perth, Australia. Gregor is the author of 5 books on the practice of Yoga. He has numerous articles available on his blog which I highly recommend.
I’m speaking with Karan Bajaj, author and striving Yogi. He has written several novels. His newly released novel is called The Yoga of Max’s Discontent. We discuss taking a sabbatical, doing something different with your life and the benefits that come from such a change. He talks about how he integrates the corporate world, family life, travel and spiritual practice. You can find out more about Karan, his novels and his many offerings at www.karanbajaj.com
In this episode Carolyn Cowan shares her insights on Kundalini Yoga, therapy, addiction, feminism, and more! Carolyn is a Kundalini Yoga teacher, Teacher Trainer and a Psychosexual Therapist specialising in addiction & trauma recovery. She has a huge amount of content online to check out. You can find out more at carolyncowan.com
Our guests this episode are Mimi Kuo-Deemer, Kate Ellis and Sarai Harvey Smith. They share their insights and experiences using hands-on adjustments in their classes. We discuss when it’s appropriate to use them, different types of adjustments, what can go wrong and more. I am joined by Liz Frances Hobbs and Genny Wilkinson-Priest who lead two of the interviews. Enjoy!
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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.