Some of us are visual learners, finding it easier to observe and then copy. Others prefer instructions, step by step. In previous blogs, we’ve learned about the best youtube yoga channels, as well as yoga apps. Today we will learn more about Yoga podcasts to follow along to! Podcasts are great for busy people who like to occupy their time with something other than music. There are so many different podcasts, from funny, carefree type podcasts to educational ones. If you’re the type of person who likes to do it yourself but needs a little help, podcasts are a great way to practice yoga by yourself with a little bit of guidance.
Peter Ferko is a NYC yoga teacher, author, and artist. He covers all topics of yoga and says his podcast is about “real yoga, actual happiness, and deep living.” He talks about personal stories, struggles, as well as students, colleagues, and people that he admires. If you’re looking for a yoga podcast that teaches you about the history and practice of yoga as well as keeping a friendly easy air, this is the podcast for you!
Abundant Yoga Teacher Podcast
Lead by Amy McDonald, this podcast helps those looking to become future yogis. Filled with tips, anecdotes, and honest truths, this podcast delves into what becoming a yoga teacher entails, and keeps the conversation honest and serious without losing its down to earth and fun vibe. Learn how to make money and a career out of teaching yoga the right way with the Abundant Yoga Teacher Podcast.
Yoga Girl Daily
Yoga Girl Daily is a podcast hosted by Rachel Brathen. Author of Bestseller ‘Yoga Girl,’ Brathen is one of the most well known yogis in the yoga community. Her podcast talks about it all; from astrology and current events, to the physical practice of yoga, there’s something for absolutely everyone. Released on a daily basis, there’s no shortage of material.
Jivamukti Yoga with Jessica Stickler
Jessica Stickler is the host of Jivamukti Yoga, which has been around for over ten years, teaching from locations all over the world - from Trinidad, Australia, Czeck Republic, and more. Stickler focuses heavily on the spiritual aspect of yoga, as well as the physical practice of yoga, and is described as “a path to enlightenment through compassion for all beings.” Not only does Stickler host podcasts, but teaches live classes from her office in Union Square, New York, including music, meditation, yoga, and spiritual scriptures, to name a few. This podcast definitely leans more towards the spiritual aspect of yoga, so if this is something that interests you, then I highly recommend listening in!