10 Yoga Podcasts We Recommend Listening To

Are you into yoga? Then it’s time to turn off the music or tv and tune in to a yoga podcast. We’ve created a list of some of the best yoga podcasts to listen to. These podcasts will help you go deeper into yoga.

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Yoga Journal editor Andrea Ferretti hosts the YogaLand podcast as she interviews inspiring yoga teachers, wellness community. She talks about all things related to yoga and self-awareness, how yoga reconnects with our brains and helps us manage emotions.

YogaLand is a dose of weekly inspiration with uplifting conversations about life and reliable wellness advice from well-known teachers.

Length: Episodes range from 6 minutes to 1 hour long.

Link to the podcast: https://www.jasonyoga.com/yogaland-podcast/yoga-teaching-tips/

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The podcast editor, Swedish yoga instructor Rachel Brathen is a New York Times Bestselling author. Her book “Yoga Girl” became a New York Times best-seller.

Yoga Girl Daily podcast episodes offer heartfelt advice, self-care tips, guided meditations. She inspires us to set intentions and take action in our day-to-day life.

Length: From 5 to 10 minutes long.

Link to the podcast: https://www.yogagirl.com/podcast

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Kino MacGregor is an international yoga teacher, author of three books, cofounder of the Miami Life CenterYoga Challenge, and OmStars. Kino seeks to help people experience the limitless potential of the spirit through yoga. With more than fifteen years of experience in Ashtanga Yoga, she is one of a select group of people to receive the certification to teach Ashtanga Yoga by its founder Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India.

In her podcast, she discusses what yoga is really all about, shares yoga life hacks which lead to a happier and more peaceful life.

Length: From 30 minutes to 1 hour long.

Link to the podcast: https://kinoyoga.libsyn.com/

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The interview based podcast filled with engaging stories from the most inspiring spiritual teachers in the world. Learn how to apply the spiritual practice to your life, get inspired by their stories. Teachers answer all questions about yoga, share an open minded attitude towards the transformation and what happens on the mat and in your life off the mat.

Length: From 40 minutes to 1 hour long.

Link to the podcast: https://erikabelanger.com/podcast/

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Shannon Crow is the host of The Connected Yoga Teacher podcast and a consultant for yoga teachers. She believes that the business side of yoga is often not talked about as much as philosophy in yoga teacher training. That’s why she has created The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast. It is a place where yoga teachers can connect with the yoga community, and gain inspiration. The podcast is based on interviews with yoga teachers and other professionals on a variety of topics.

Length: From 40 minutes to 1 hour 20 minutes long.

Link to the podcast: https://www.theconnectedyogateacher.com/podcast/

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“Leading the way in the Slow Yoga Revolution, advocating for more intimate, breath-centered, therapeutic yoga practices, J interviews guests from old-school yoga teachers to other yoga revolutionists about philosophy and the business of yoga.”

L. Brown talks about intimate, therapeutic aspects of yoga practices. She interviews guests from old-school yoga teachers to other yoga revolutionists about philosophy and teaching experience.

Length: From 1.5 hour to 2 hours long.

Link to the podcast: https://www.jbrownyoga.com/yoga-talks-podcast

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The teaching yoga podcast is created, produced, and hosted by Cora Geroux. Cora is an E-RYT 500, for the past 10 years she has been teaching yoga including YACEP programs, 200 HR Yoga Teacher Training, and running workshops.

On the Teaching Yoga Podcast Cora interviews leaders in the yoga world. It is a great resource for teachers who want to make a positive impact in yoga communities.

Length: From 40 minutes to 1.5 hours long.

Link to the podcast: https://www.corageroux.com/podcast

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Peter Ferko is a writer, multi-media artist, and a yoga master who teaches classes and teacher training at ISHTA Yoga, in Manhattan. Peter has practiced yoga since the 1980s. He teaches internationally and is available to teach and speak.

Peter’s Podcast is about happiness, deep living, and real yoga. Through personal reflections and interviews with students, colleagues he aims to create an experience where learning something new comes from good conversation.

Length: From 20 minutes to 1 hour long.

Link to the podcast: https://peterspodcast.simplecast.com/episodes

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Yoga Hacks podcast creator Brett Larkin is a founder of her award-winning YouTube channel where she teaches her own style of vinyasa-based yoga and meditations and a successful entrepreneur. On her early path to yoga, she was too scared to teach real people in a classroom, so she filmed a yoga sequence and put it online. Step by step she became a full-time yoga YouTuber and teacher.

The main topics she talks about on her podcast include healing through movement, practice personalization, tips and tricks to improve your practice, and how to bring yoga into life.

Length: From 20 minutes to 1 hour.

Link to the podcast: https://www.brettlarkin.com/podcast/

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Tejal Patel and Jesal Parikh are yoga teachers and hosts of the Yoga Is Dead podcast.

Yoga Is Dead podcast is about what’s going on in Western yoga culture. It is called a revolutionary podcast that exposes the dirty underbelly of the yoga industry. Episodes would tackle subjects such as yoga’s relationship to power, privilege, fair pay, gurus, and capitalism.

Length: From 40 minutes to 1.1 hours long.

Link to the podcast: https://www.yogaisdeadpodcast.com/episodes


Yoga is a way to achieve inner balance, promote a unique attitude to life, and deepen the spiritual way to live.
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