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"Heartbreak Kids" is a podcast where we explore the meaning of “why” we show up to yoga how it helps us into our lives. I believe the practice of yoga brings about huge shifts in people's lives.

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"Heartbreak Kids" is a podcast where we explore the meaning of “why” we show up to yoga how it helps us into our lives. I believe the practice of yoga brings about huge shifts in people's lives.

    Joseph Armstrong

    Joseph Armstrong

    Joseph Armstrong is an Authorized level 2 teacher of Ashtanga Yoga. He teaches yoga with feet planted firmly in tradition and gaze turned towards the future. His search for a more present and peaceful life first led him to the practice in 2008. A few years later he was in India, studying intensively.

    After finally overcoming a long struggle with addiction, Joseph began experimenting with Ashtanga Yoga. He understood quickly that the lineage was calling to him to deepen his practice. He underwent a 2 year apprenticeship program at the world renowned Miami Life Center, continuing his education under his teachers Tim Feldmann and Kino MacGregor. In 2016 he completed 2 months of study in Mysore under Sharath Jois. 2017 brought Joseph to Guatemala where he taught Mysore Style for over a year while also traveling and giving workshops in Europe and the Americas. 2019 brought him back to Miami and his yoga family at MLC.

    Joseph teaches yoga because attempts to do any and everything else ended disastrously. But when he finally devoted himself to his passion, he became an asset to himself and others. He hopes his practice allows him to be ever more loving and to exist gently.

    • 56 min
    Michael Baidoo

    Michael Baidoo

    Michael Baidoo, also known as @Bay_Jitsu began a practice during the Covid pandemic that brought a new change into his personal life. After
    being furloughed then let go from his former job, Michael received advice and guidance from his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Sensei Josh Griffiths. Waking up at 5 am in the morning to practice one of the most difficult styles of yoga, Ashtanga. Using Instagram as a tool of communicating
    not only with friends but others who also practices Ashtanga yoga as well to build a community of positivity and wellness.

    • 45 min
    Scott Johnson

    Scott Johnson

    Scott Johnson has over 17 years of experience with Ashtanga Yoga. He is the co-founder and director at Stillpoint Yoga London which he established in 2009. Scott has taught Ashtanga Yoga there almost daily since Stillpoint opened. He was introduced to the practice of Ashtanga yoga by John Scott in 2002 and has studied deeply with him, Lucy Crawford and Manju Jois since then, dedicating himself to the practice while working and raising a family.

    He is authorised to teach the primary and intermediate series of ashtanga yoga by Manju Jois and has a deep connection to the ancient practices of pranayama and vedic chanting that Manju shares. Scott has also undergone extensive Mindfulness training under the tutelage of Cathy Mae Keralse at Clear Mind International, gaining their level 3 certificate in Mindfulness and Compassion.

    Scott is co-founder and one of the directors of Amāyu Yoga (est. 2018), a first of its kind organisation dedicated to educating Ashtanga teachers around power dynamics and consent driven, student centred approaches to the teaching and practice of Ashtanga Yoga.

    Scott teaches with encouragement, insight and integrity to the teachings of yoga and mindfulness that he has had access to. His deep love of the contemplative side of these practice creates a rich, nurturing environment and he is deeply dedicated to the healing power of yoga and mindfulness in the people that he is fortunate to meet. His devotion and dedication to these practices assists practitioners in discovering how contemplative practice can unfold not only personally on the mat, but also find meaning in the wider context of daily life.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Mariana Andre

    Mariana Andre

    Mariana Andre is an Ashtanga Yoga practitioner in Brazil who started a brand named The 4am Culture.

    After graduating in Naturopath she became more focused into her practice and started teaching a Mysore program in Samatva School in Florianópolis which is one of the biggest community of Ashtanga in Brazil.

    Her passion for the practice and martial arts has brought her into a place of sharing her experiences with other people and encouraging her to open her own business of clothing and lifestyle.

    Connect with Mariana:

    www.the4amculture.com.br

    www.samatvayoga.com.br

    @mari4amculture

    • 55 min
    Yan Ong

    Yan Ong

    Yan Ong is an authorised level 2 Ashtanga Yoga teacher & owner of Mysore Room, the only Ashtanga Yoga shala in Malaysia since 2015.  She moved to Mysore, India in 2010 living there for several years devoting her studies with Paramaguru Sharath Jois at the Ashtanga Institute & returns annually to deepen her learning the […]
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    • 44 min
    Bibi Lorenzetti

    Bibi Lorenzetti

    Bibi Lorenzetti is a Level 2 Authorized Ashtanga Yoga Teacher & Holistic Health Coach. She received her blessing to teach Ashtanga Yoga in 2014, from the KPJAYI Institute in Mysore, India, where she has had the honor of assisting R. Sharath Jois multiple times over the years. She taught at the Shala Yoga House in New […]
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    • 51 min

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