120 episodes

Voices of Yoga podcast is about sharing inspiring yoga stories and insights from yoga teachers and yogis around the world. Enjoy and be inspired.
Disclaimer: Yoga is for everyone. However, it's important that to ensure you are ready and able to practice any type of yoga practice in a suitable and safe way that's appropriate for you. And where necessary you check with your medical practitioner/doctor to gain approval. It is recommended that you consult your physician before beginning any new exercise program and that at any time during a practice you feel nauseous, dizzy or in pain you stop and seek medical advice. We accept no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from the use of Voices of Yoga Podcasts and whilst Voices of Yoga Podcasts uses reasonable efforts to share accurate and up-to-date information it may contain some technical or other mistakes, inaccuracies or unintended errors. Voices of Yoga Podcasts cannot be held responsible for these. We will not be liable to you in respect of any personal injury or other aspect that you may suffer or directly or indirectly as a result of listening to our Voices of Yoga Podcasts including liabilities arising in contract, tort (incl. negligence) and for break of statutory duty. You may have your own opinion or experience which may be different and that is to be welcomed as part of being curious about yoga and the journey we are all on. If you have any reason to believe Voices of Yoga podcasts content is slanderous, illegal, promoting dangerous acts or in violation of copyright law, please contact us at: voicesofyoga@mail.com
Namaste Lindsey & Emma - co-founders of Voices of Yoga and its predecessor YEDTalks.

Voices of Yoga Podcast Lindsey Porter and Emma Frame

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0, 4 Ratings

Voices of Yoga podcast is about sharing inspiring yoga stories and insights from yoga teachers and yogis around the world. Enjoy and be inspired.
Disclaimer: Yoga is for everyone. However, it's important that to ensure you are ready and able to practice any type of yoga practice in a suitable and safe way that's appropriate for you. And where necessary you check with your medical practitioner/doctor to gain approval. It is recommended that you consult your physician before beginning any new exercise program and that at any time during a practice you feel nauseous, dizzy or in pain you stop and seek medical advice. We accept no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from the use of Voices of Yoga Podcasts and whilst Voices of Yoga Podcasts uses reasonable efforts to share accurate and up-to-date information it may contain some technical or other mistakes, inaccuracies or unintended errors. Voices of Yoga Podcasts cannot be held responsible for these. We will not be liable to you in respect of any personal injury or other aspect that you may suffer or directly or indirectly as a result of listening to our Voices of Yoga Podcasts including liabilities arising in contract, tort (incl. negligence) and for break of statutory duty. You may have your own opinion or experience which may be different and that is to be welcomed as part of being curious about yoga and the journey we are all on. If you have any reason to believe Voices of Yoga podcasts content is slanderous, illegal, promoting dangerous acts or in violation of copyright law, please contact us at: voicesofyoga@mail.com
Namaste Lindsey & Emma - co-founders of Voices of Yoga and its predecessor YEDTalks.

Customer Reviews

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4 Ratings

4 Ratings

JenAndElle ,

Enjoy a lot

I love these podcast, short, informative, honest and fun. Really enjoyable ❤️

dr.deb147 ,

Informative and fun

Whether you’re a long-time yogi, at the beginning of your yoga journey or just curious about what yoga’s all about, YEDtalk podcasts are a wonderful, informative and easy way to learn all sorts about yoga.

I only learned about these podcasts about 3 months ago. In less than a month, I had listened to each and every episode. Now I eagerly await each new instalment. Each podcast is jam-packed full of information about yoga and I find it fascinating to learn of the various ways people have come to yoga and how yoga has had an impact on their lives. I've learned of so many different ways to do yoga; there really is something for everyone out there. I was really interested to learn about Scaravelli inspired yoga in the episode when Marc J Acquaviva was interviewed and also about the importance of anatomy in yoga from the episode when Mary Richards was interviewed. But each of the other episodes also had things that were interesting to me from which I gained and/or learned something.

Go on; be inspired; give YEDtalks a try!

sooziepoos ,

Fantastic

It’s great to hear from so many different yoga teachers and Learn from them. They’re from all over the world and share such value!

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