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Yoga teacher and writer J. Brown is 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.

J. Brown Yoga Talks J. Brown Yoga

    • Alternative Health
    • 4.7, 110 Ratings

Yoga teacher and writer J. Brown is 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.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
110 Ratings

110 Ratings

Flo WR ,

Heartwarming & Profoundly Therapeutic

J has the most comforting and caring voice! He opens up to the listener with his heart on his sleeve and manages to transfer his therapeutic yoga across the ether. Yet despite his radical softness and welcoming manner, he doesn't shy away from digging deep into the subject matter with his guests and even challenging them if necessary.

His sentiments around the "yoga therapy" debate are akin to my own, in fact, it was this debate I was researching when I came across this podcast. I was so pleased to find someone who hadn't succumbed to the potentially exploitative culture of capitalist categorisation for little more than marketing purposes. I myself, am a yoga "therapy" teacher, by self-guided education (beyond my initial 500hour YA training) into the fields of therapy I wish to explore and my own healing experiences. However, the debates on this subject are so interesting and I enjoy having my view uprooted and transformed.

Thank you for the wonderful content J! Love to you and your sweet family!

- Flo from Dragonflo Yoga X

Aj16hp ,

Perfect

Just love the podcast.. His passion for yoga shines through..Can’t praise it enough..

The Peoples Elixir ,

Disappointing that J has started charging for podcasts

I did like this podcast but feel disappointed it’s no longer freely available. If you want to make more money from podcasts than you already make from selling seminars ect then introduce ads, as J already has. To introduce charges to listen is too much though.
When podcasts become all about the money I tend to stop listening.

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