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Adam Keen hosts the Keen On Yoga Podcast where he engages in a deep level of discussion with Ashtanga yoga teachers as well as others involved in inquiry, wellness, diet, or simply people he finds interesting. The podcast is nonformulaic; there is no pre-list of questions, and the guests are encouraged into an open-ended chat in order to really get a feel for them and their approach to their subject. The emphasis is always on depth, with actual topics of discussion prioritised over the life- ...
 
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Kimberly Ann Johnson is a Somatic Experiencing™ Practitioner, educator, and author. She helps women heal trauma, awaken their power and feel at home in their bodies. So they can then start living life on their own terms. She’s always had a deep knowing that she was in this world to change things for the better. All of that came into sharp focus whe…
 
In this Keen on Yoga Podcast Adam talks to Carlos Pomeda. Originally from Madrid, Spain, Carlos has been steeped in all aspects of the yoga tradition during more than 40 years of practice and study. He spent 18 of those years as a monk of the Saraswati order, under the name Swami Gitananda, including 9 years of traditional training and practice in …
 
In this Keen on Yoga Podcast Adam talks to Dr Yogi (Andrew McGonigle) Andrew attended Medical School at The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne but struggled with the non-holistic approach often adopted by western medicine. He graduated in 2005 at the young age of 23 and worked for a brief period as a junior doctor in Sunderland Royal Infirmary. Howe…
 
Jimmy started meditation as his life enjoyment was crippled by insomnia. he heard that meditation was a scientifically valid way to treat that problem. He had already tried to fix it with courses on mindfulness, books and guided meditation CDs, but nothing got me to that deep place I'd heard about. Then he found a teacher from the ancient Vedic tra…
 
Simon Borg-Olivier is a polymath of the movement world. A forerunner of yoga in Australia and a teachers' teacher. He also holds two BSC's an lectures regularly for a number of University science departments. This is his second time on our podcast, expressly this time to talk about the impact of breath upon movement in preparation for an upcoming w…
 
Liz Koch comes from an academic background as a teacher of sculpture. However, her speciality in this is the spacial element of sculpture. One day she happened upon a yoga class and realised this was what was actually being denied in the dissemination of yoga. The space for one’s own experience of being, outside notions of alignment focussing on th…
 
In this Keen on Yoga Podcast Adam talks with Bettina Campolucci Bordi, wellness guru, retreat chef and creator of Bettina’s Kitchen. She is the author of Happy Food and her second book 7 Day Vegan Challenge, out now, enables anyone to include as many plant based recipes into their repertoire as possible. Over the last few years she has appeared on …
 
Mariela Cruz is quite a force. She has been a student of Sharathji Jois since 2003. She first arrived in Mysore to Gokulam and there was no internet so she simply knocked on the door and Pattabhi Jois opened and invited her into the family terrace. That same day she met her Guru Sharath and he asked her to stay for one month only. Busy with childre…
 
Wambui Njuguna-Raisanen is a Kenyan-American based in Finland, passionate about making wellness through yoga and meditation seamlessly engaged in equity and justice so that more people of the global majority can live well and thrive. Wambui is deeply inspired by spiritual teachers and communities that seek ways to apply the insights from wisdom tra…
 
Tyson Yunkaporta is an academic, an arts critic, and a researcher who is a member of the Apalech Clan in far north Queensland. He carves traditional tools and weapons and also works as a senior lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges at Deakin University in Melbourne where he currently lives. His book Sand Talk was published in 2019 to resounding acclaim…
 
Liz is an international teacher and author with 43 years of experience working with and specializing in the psoas. Educating both laypersons and professionals around the world, Liz is recognized by colleagues in the movement, wellness, and fitness professions as an authority on the “core muscle” of the human body. Stalking Wild Psoas is her passion…
 
Shanna Small is a writer and Yoga teacher who speaks to the intersectionality of Yoga and social justice. She has practiced Ashtanga Yoga and studied the Yoga Sutras since 2001. She has studied in Ashtanga in Mysore with Sharath Jois. Shanna studied Sanskrit, the Yoga Sutras and the Hatha Yoga Pradipika with Laksmish in Mysore, India. Shanna finds …
 
Dr. Robert Svoboda is the first Westerner ever to graduate from a college of Ayurveda and be licensed to practice Ayurveda in India. During and after his formal Ayurvedic training he was tutored in Ayurveda, Yoga, Jyotish, Tantra and other forms of classical Indian lore by his mentor, the Aghori Vimalananda. He is the author of twelve books includi…
 
Nea established Ashtanga Yoga Dubai in 2013 and the yoga shala Nilaya House in 2017, a yoga studio offering a full range of yoga classes which she runs and teaches from. She received level 2 authorisation from Sharathji Jois in 2010. She also is an avid student of yoga philosophy as well as running an ethical textile business working with local Ind…
 
Rupert Spira came across the poetry of Rumi at the age of fifteen, in 1975, and soon after this met his first teacher, Dr. Francis Roles, at Colet House in London. Dr. Roles was himself a student of Shantananda Saraswati, the Shankaracharya of the North of India. Under his guidance Rupert learnt mantra meditation and was introduced to the classical…
 
This is my second interview with Alexander Medin. Alex has had many incarnations, many lives. However, the common thread I feel running through his history has always been the striving for self-understanding - nothing less than yoga. I would suggest, this was evident in his younger, unsettled years getting into trouble with the police, becoming Nor…
 
Robert Sankara Moses has 50 years’ experience as a teacher of yoga and advaita vedanta. Born in South Africa, Robert studied architecture, travelled abroad and, in 1972, discovered yoga in the tradition of Swami Sivananda of Rishikesh, India. He served in the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers for 22 years, teaching yoga teacher training …
 
Keen on Yoga Podcast with Peg Mulqueen, the forerunner of the Ashtanga podcast and blog with Ashtanga Dispatch. Starting in 2009 I would credit her for providing a general exposure of many of the well known Ashtanga teachers unique to the time. For, most of us, not lucky enough to attend their workshops, this was a democratising of the scene. Moreo…
 
Welcome to the Keen on Yoga Podcast with Angela Jamison. Angela is the founder and director of Ashtanga Yoga Ann Arbor, located in Michigan, USA. She grew up on an isolated farm / intentional community in rural Montana, a remote mountain area of the northern US. From there, she was lucky to receive a scholarship to attend college to study Philosoph…
 
Santina’s journey from suffering to awareness and understanding through yoga has led her to a rich and real study of yoga as a living practice. She holds degrees in Law/Arts from the University of Melbourne as well as a Master of Gestalt Therapy. Santina was given her Level 2 Authorisation to teach Ashtanga Yoga by KPJAYI in 2016. She believes ther…
 
Breathing practice has become increasingly popular, partly at least, as we look for ways to help lessen the anxiety of these most uncertain times we are living through. Harmony is uniquely positioned to guide us in this having studied what she terms as ancient breathing (the subject of a new course she is soon to launch), with both Pattabhi Jois as…
 
Welcome to the Keen on Yoga Podcast with Luke Jordan. Always feeling that there was something more to life, Luke first began formal study of Eastern mysticism in the 1990s while at University. He plunged headlong into the practise of Ashtanga Yoga in the year 2000. This began the on-going journey that would take him around the world seeking out exp…
 
Taylor Hunt is a devoted practitioner and teacher of Ashtanga Yoga. He makes yearly trips to Mysore, India to study under the guidance of his teacher, R. Sharath Jois. In 2013, Taylor was granted Level 2 Authorization to teach and has had the honor of assisting Sharath on several occasions. Taylor is dedicated to sharing the healing practice with o…
 
Welcome to the Keen on Yoga Podcast with Max Strom. A 3x TEDx speaker, author, and global breathing teacher, known for teaching breathing patterns for personal transformation worldwide. Max developed a groundbreaking system of breathing techniques designed to alleviate crippling anxiety, depression, PTS and sleep problems. His field-tested method f…
 
Grischa was a hard-working young software architect in the exciting early days of the world wide web and raved through Berlin’s legendary techno scene on the weekends. He was almost 30 when he dropped into a Shivananda Yoga class and confused his physiological fitness and flexibility with yogic qualities. Blessed be his ignorance! His hunger for mo…
 
Actions speak louder than words, and Adam Husler (E-500RYT) uses both to understand universal balance in the practice of yoga. Adam draws experience from a variety of lives lived off the mat, from law school, the boxing ring, the ultramarathon path and the non-profit sector. He brings a unique perspective to those who seek more from yoga than makin…
 
Eddie Stern is a Yoga teacher, author, and lecturer from New York City. He has been practicing Yoga since 1987, and ran his school in SoHo from 1993-2019. In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s the school became a focal point for Ashtanga Yoga in New York with an eclectic mix of downtown artists and spiritual seekers practicing and meditating next to …
 
Welcome to the Keen on Yoga Podcast with Annie Pace. With over 40 years of experience, Annie is one of the most adept practitioners of traditional Ashtanga Yoga. Guruji taught her the first four Ashtanga sequences completely and introduced her to the fifth (Advanced C Section). In 1995, he presented her with a rare “Advanced B” certification to tea…
 
Welcome to the Keen on Yoga Podcast with Alexandria Crow. Alexandria is an internationally respected teachers’ teacher who leads teacher trainings and workshops around the world. Through her Yoga Physics methodology she aims to clearly explain the what, why’s and how’s of asana, meditation and yogic philosophy making the practice approachable for e…
 
Marque, a US Marine Veteran, long time rock climber and overall outdoor enthusiast, discovered Ashtanga Yoga while seeking different ways to alleviate his lower back pain. After noticing an almost immediate physical change, Marque then slowly began to see other positive changes happening in his life as well. With no Ashtanga teachers in the area, h…
 
In this Keen on Yoga Podcast with Mary Taylor Freeman Adam discusses food and diet to support a yoga practice. Mary began studying yoga in 1971, soon after she came home from France with a grande diplôme from Julia Child’s cooking school, L’Ecole des Trois Gourmandes. She found yoga at first a means of finding equanimity during the stress of Univer…
 
Dena Kingsberg has been studying and practicing traditional Ashtanga yoga for over 30 years. She is a devoted long-term student of the late Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and is among the most respected and senior practitioners and teachers in the world. Dena has a disciplined, yet lyrical style of teaching. Her holistic approach looks beyond external form t…
 
The Happy Pear are Irish twins David and Steve Flynn. Travelling on opposite sides of the world, they both unknowingly switched to a plant based diet within a week of each other. Proof of twin power and The Happy Pear seed was sown. They are all about a healthier, happier world. They absolutely love rising early and heading to Greystones beach in C…
 
David Williams has been practicing yoga daily, without interruption, since 1971. In 1972 while he was at Dr. Swami Gitananda's Ananda Ashram in Pondicherry, South India, he met Manju, the son of K. Pattabhi Jois, and saw him demonstrate the Ashtanga Yoga Primary series. In 1973, he began learning Ashtanga Yoga from K. Pattabhi Jois at his home in M…
 
Day Christensen took up the practice of yoga in 2004 when she was drawn to the elusive peacefulness and glow that so many yoga practitioners seemed to have. She quickly became drawn to the Mysore style practice of Ashtanga yoga as she recognized that the student’s potential for growth superseded what she had experienced in other styles. Soon began …
 
Magnus Fridh grew up as a restless child in Karlshamn, Blekinge, in southern Sweden. When he was seventeen, his life took a surprising and abrupt turn, his family received a visit from Karma, a Tibetan youth they were sponsoring. He was initially sceptical of anything that he deemed ”New Age”. It didn’t take long before he realized the power of bot…
 
Celeste is a trained dancer and martial artist with a BS in Physiotherapy, and over 10 years yoga practice. Her passion has been movement since she was little. She says she would skip around the living room like she was possessed and loved dance more than life itself. Dance provided her with a movement outlet that loved the fact that she was bendy.…
 
In this Keen on Yoga Podcast Adam talks to Sri Dharma Mittra. A yoga master who has dedicated his life to the karma yoga or selfless service of sharing the accumulated wisdom gained through constant practice and teaching over a half-century at his school in New York and around the world. Sri Dharma Mittra has dedicated most of his life in service t…
 
Sundernath (Shandor Remete) was fortunate to be born into a household at the southeastern tip of the great Hungarian plain where the art of yoga was a daily presence. From this seed, his destiny on the path of yoga unfolded. He has spent over 60 years pursuing a depth of knowledge about the roots of yoga that very few modern scholars or practitione…
 
Anthony “Prem” Carlisi and Heather “Radha” Carlisi came together as a teaching team in Sri Lanka in 2007. Soon afterwards they taught through Northern Europe and realized that together their combined energies created an even more powerful synergy. Prem had begun writing his book “The Only Way Out is In” in 2006, and with Radha’s help he completed t…
 
David Keil was introduced to yoga in 1989 by his Tai Chi Chuan teacher. From 1999 to 2003 David was an instructor of Kinesiology (the study of movement and musculoskeletal anatomy) at Miami’s Educating Hands School of Massage where he developed a fun, informal and informative style of teaching. As he taught incoming students with no prior understan…
 
In this Keen on Yoga Podcast I talk to Kimberley Flynn, known as Kiki. Kiki began yoga practice in 1982 whilst she was studying for a degree in the moving Arts and theatre at NYU. In 1993 she discovered Ashtanga Yoga when Pattabhi Jois came to New York at the Jivamukti school where she was practicing and teaching. His visit made a huge impact and i…
 
Andrew Eppler is the Director of Ashtanga Yoga Studio in Norman Oklahoma as well as the producer and director of the Mysore Yoga Traditions film. Yoga and been a life-long journey for Andrew and he has been practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga for over 3 decades. He had the unique experience of growing up with the practice and witnessed its evolution i…
 
Welcome to the Keen on Yoga Podcast with Mark Robberds. Mark went to his first Yoga class in 1997 (it was a mix of Ashtanga and Iyengar) and was hooked from the first day. In 1998 he started to learn Iyengar Yoga from Nicky Knoff (at the time one of Australia’s most distinguished Iyengar teachers)and James Bryant, and this is where he committed to …
 
Adam talks to Kristina Karitinou. Kristina has been teaching the tradition of Pattabhi Jois since 1991. She was qualified as an Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga teacher by her late husband Derek Ireland, authorized by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and certified by his son, Manju Pattabhi Jois in 2012. After many years of assisting Derek Ireland around the world, Krist…
 
Joey Miles got into yoga early whilst studying for his degree in drama at Goldsmiths University in London. Starting practice in 1998, he assisted Hamish Hendry at Ashtanga YOGA London whilst also developing his practice with him. In 2004 he was authorised by Pattabhi Jois to teach Ashtanga and led the Mysore program at the well esteemed triyoga in …
 
Leslie has been described by himself as a ‘yoga educator’, and by others as a ‘yoga cowboy’. This is a very appropriate term, as he really does interest himself in every aspect of yoga; its anatomy, practice, teaching as well as its philosophy. He is a courageous, honest and unconventional thinker in the yoga-world which is really needed now more t…
 
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