9 episodes

In the YAY!YOGA podcast, Amsterdam-based yoga teacher Renée Leeuw talks to the most inspiring yoga and movement teachers from around the world about their yoga journey, self-development and a lot of yoga-related topics. If you are interested in the mind-body connection and self-growth, this show is definitely for you. Remember to hit subscribe and give us a review/rating if you enjoy this podcast so we can keep on sharing this knowledge together.

The YAY!YOGA Podcast Renée Leeuw

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In the YAY!YOGA podcast, Amsterdam-based yoga teacher Renée Leeuw talks to the most inspiring yoga and movement teachers from around the world about their yoga journey, self-development and a lot of yoga-related topics. If you are interested in the mind-body connection and self-growth, this show is definitely for you. Remember to hit subscribe and give us a review/rating if you enjoy this podcast so we can keep on sharing this knowledge together.

    #9 Susanna Barkataki on diversity and honouring yoga's roots in the modern world

    #9 Susanna Barkataki on diversity and honouring yoga's roots in the modern world

    Susanna Barkataki (@susannabarkataki) is a yoga unity activist, teacher, speaker and author of the book Embracing Yoga’s Roots (to be released in November 2020). Susanna’s main work is about sharing ways in which we can teach and practice yoga in the...

    • 1 hr 4 min
    #8 Lara Heimann - Yoga butt, mobility vs. flexibility and the importance of touch

    #8 Lara Heimann - Yoga butt, mobility vs. flexibility and the importance of touch

    Lara Heimann (@lara.heimann) is a yoga teacher and physical therapist who is specialised in neurodevelopmental training. Through this deep understanding of body and brain mapping, she created the LYT™ method, which we will obviously talk about in this...

    • 1 hr 15 min
    #7 Julie Martin - Embodied movement, changing the 200 hours YTT model and how elimination brings you back to the present moment

    #7 Julie Martin - Embodied movement, changing the 200 hours YTT model and how elimination brings you back to the present moment

    Julie Martin (@brahmanijulie) is probably one of the most inspiring yoga teachers right now and I am so grateful to have had this conversation with her. She empowers many students and teachers to step away from traditional yoga asana practice and tune...

    • 1 hr 10 min
    #6 Megan Mulrine - The Hindu stories behind the asanas, Buddhism & teaching students from different cultural and religious backgrounds

    #6 Megan Mulrine - The Hindu stories behind the asanas, Buddhism & teaching students from different cultural and religious backgrounds

    Megan Mulrine (@yogatrotter_) is a yoga teacher who is living on the so-called Island of the Gods: Bali, Indonesia. It makes total sense that she’s living there as she spends most of her time studying and teaching about the Hindu gods and goddesses. I...

    • 1 hr 7 min
    #5 Gregory Lennon - Yoga philosophy, religion and inclusivity in the yoga world

    #5 Gregory Lennon - Yoga philosophy, religion and inclusivity in the yoga world

    Gregory Lennon is a yoga teacher who grew up in the US and has now been teaching and living in Amsterdam for a long time. He has a lot of knowledge about yoga philosophy and also does a great deal in sharing that knowledge in his teachings. I...

    • 54 min
    #04 Moena de Jong - Jivamukti, Yoga Nidra & the importance of creating a safe space for students

    #04 Moena de Jong - Jivamukti, Yoga Nidra & the importance of creating a safe space for students

    Moena de Jong is an Amsterdam-based yoga teacher who has studied a variety of yoga traditions and lineages, ranging from Hatha to Vinyasa to Jivamukti. I invited her to the YAY!YOGA podcast as I visit her classes whenever I can and always leave feeling...

    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

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7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Sebas_1989 ,

Excellent Podcast!

Excellent podcast! Renée is a great host and asks all the right questions. Also very interesting guests with various backgrounds and focus areas within the world of yoga.
An absolute must for any yogi!

Josje Eileen Maria ,

The podcast I was waiting for

I can really recommend listening to Yay! Yoga podcast. It’s truly interesting for all yoga practitioners. Renée invites inspiring guests, is knowledgable and uses her own experience as a yoga teacher to ask the right questions. Can’t wait to hear the next episode.

valvaloverg ,

Great podcast for everyone who’s interested in yoga!

Whenever you’re a regular yoga practitioner, yoga teacher (to be) or just interested in conversations related to the world of yoga, this is your to-go podcast!

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