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The Yoga Voice podcasts contain conversations with yoga teachers and practitioners from around the world and throughout the Midwest. We explore how yoga inspires and transforms individuals and communities. Our interviews with inspirational yogis take an in depth look at their lives, their journey and find out about their latest projects. Hosted by Dave Sims E-RYT500, owner of Cityoga School of Yoga and Health, Indianapolis Indiana.

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The Yoga Voice podcasts contain conversations with yoga teachers and practitioners from around the world and throughout the Midwest. We explore how yoga inspires and transforms individuals and communities. Our interviews with inspirational yogis take an in depth look at their lives, their journey and find out about their latest projects. Hosted by Dave Sims E-RYT500, owner of Cityoga School of Yoga and Health, Indianapolis Indiana.

    #17 - Taylor Hunt – Transformation from Addiction to Vibrant Recovery & Yoga Life

    #17 - Taylor Hunt – Transformation from Addiction to Vibrant Recovery & Yoga Life

    The Yoga Voice is biweekly podcast from CITYOGA, hosted by Dave Sims E-RYT 500, owner CITYOGA School of Yoga & Health. Each episode of The Yoga Voice contains conversations with yoga teachers and practitioners from around the world and throughout the Midwest. Our discussions explore how yoga inspires and transforms.



    In this episode host Dave has dynamic conversation with author, father of three, authorized level 2 ashtanga yoga teacher, director of the Trini Foundation, Taylor Hunt. Dave’s conversation with Taylor explores how his life journey has been transformed by yoga and twelve step recovery. We hear how Taylor emerged from the dark pit of despair in the world of addiction to becomes the vibrant man he is today. We touched on many of the exotic places he has been teaching yoga recently. He shares the challenges of being away from his young family during extensive periods of travel. Hope you enjoy listening, please subscribe so we can continue to bring you these insightful and inspirational conversations with yogis near and far, we welcome your comments.



    Visit Taylor at Cityoga School of Yoga & Health –

    Weekend Yoga Intensive

    Indianapolis Indiana

    March 6, 7, & 8, 2020

    Register at www.cityoga.biz



    Learn more about what Taylor is up to below

    https://www.taylorhuntyoga.com/

    http://www.ashtangayogacolumbus.com/

    https://www.trinifoundation.org/

    Trini Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to introducing the transformational practice of Ashtanga yoga to individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.



    Follow Taylor

    https://www.facebook.com/taylorhuntyoga/

    @taylorhuntyoga

    • 1 hr 2 min
    #16 - Cassie Stockamp – Yoga & Volunteering Journey, Argentina to Zambia

    #16 - Cassie Stockamp – Yoga & Volunteering Journey, Argentina to Zambia

    The Yoga Voice is biweekly podcast from CITYOGA, hosted by Dave Sims E-RYT 500, owner CITYOGA School of Yoga & Health. Each episode of The Yoga Voice contains conversations with yoga teachers and practitioners from around the world and throughout the Midwest. Our discussions explore how yoga inspires and transforms.

    This bonus episode features the founder of Monumental Yoga (Indiana’s largest annual Yoga event), past President of the Athenaeum Foundation, Business leader, Yoga teacher and world traveler Cassie Stockamp, also featured on episode #3 of The Yoga Voice. Cassie’s journey volunteering and yoga teaching around the world has continued since her last visit on the show. We start with a recap of the beginning of her adventure then delve into where she has been traveling, volunteering& living since. We discuss the people she has met in countries such as Argentina, Ecuador, Zambia, South Africa, Bali and more. She shares the serendipitous moments along the path and some challenges of long-term slow travel. Cassie testifies to the value of a daily yoga practice no matter where you find yourself on this planet. Cassie speaks candidly about the residual fallout from colonialism she has witnessed in places like Cape town, South Africa and her perspective as a privileged white woman. We wrap up by hearing about where Cassie is off to next as her journey continues it sounds like well into 2020.



    Enjoy listening, please subscribe so we can continue to bring you these insightful and inspirational conversations with yogis near and far, we welcome your comments.



    Mentioned in this podcast: Trauma Releasing Exercises

    https://traumaprevention.com/



    https://www.workaway.info/



    Follow Cassie and check out her blog;



    https://www.facebook.com/cassie.stockamp



    https://www.cassiestockamp.com/



    @cassiestockamp

    • 1 hr 7 min
    #15 - Diane Hancock (Hari Datti Kaur) - Kundalini Yoga, a Rigorous Training Journey

    #15 - Diane Hancock (Hari Datti Kaur) - Kundalini Yoga, a Rigorous Training Journey

    The Yoga Voice is biweekly podcast by CITYOGA, in this episode host Dave Sims E-RYT 500, owner CITYOGA School of Yoga & Health, interviews Kundalini Yoga teacher(level 3), intern at the Aquarian Academy, mother of two and fun fact she is also a sailor, Diane Hancock (spiritual name - Hari Datti Kaur). An in-depth conversation exploring the roots of Kundalini yoga in Indianapolis and beyond. Learn how the teachings of yoga have impacted Diane as she evolved from punk-rocker to yogi. Diane shares about many of the amazing teachers she has studied under, including Yoga Master Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, and a 300 hour training done with Sri Dharma Mittra. Diane details the rigor and time (many, many years) involved in becoming a teacher of teachers within the Kundalini tradition. We hope you enjoy our chat with Diane and the insights and wisdom she shares. Please subscribe to The Yoga Voice and give us a rating to help us continue to provide these podcasts for you.



    Learn more about Diane at www.haridattikaur.com



    Check out Diane’s schedule at www.cityoga.biz



    And mark your calendar for her upcoming event at Cityoga Schollo of Yoga and Health;

    Double-Gong Meditation for the heart, February 14th 7:30 – 9pm.

    Mentioned in podcast:

    The Yogi Bhajan library of Teachings

    https://www.libraryofteachings.com/

    • 1 hr 43 min
    #14 - Laura Spriggs Thompson - Yogini, Lover of life, Ayurveda & Post-Lineage Yoga

    #14 - Laura Spriggs Thompson - Yogini, Lover of life, Ayurveda & Post-Lineage Yoga

    The Yoga Voice is biweekly podcast by CITYOGA, in this episode host Dave Sims E-RYT 500, owner CITYOGA School of Yoga & Health, interviews Yogini, mother or two, wife, aerialist wannabee, health & wellness promoter, lover of life Laura Spriggs Thompson.

    Dave navigates an in-depth discussion with Laura’s on how her yoga journey has evolved and the various teachers which have influenced her journey. She shares her ideas on the power of yoga to transform, tantra (yoga philosophy), self-care, Ayurveda, inner and outer-wellbeing, her favorite yogic deity story featuring Ganesha and much more. More about Laura can be found through links below. Please help support the continuation of The Yoga Voice by subscribing and leave a review if you desire, Namaste.


    www.cityoga.biz



    https://www.facebook.com/laura.spriggs.31



    People and resources mentioned in this episode,



    Sianna Sherman http://www.siannasherman.com/



    Cate Stillman https://yogahealer.com/



    Kate O’Donnell http://www.kateodonnell.yoga/

    • 1 hr 8 min
    #13 - Carol Tharp-Perrin - Dedicated Ashtangi & Teacher of the Arts

    #13 - Carol Tharp-Perrin - Dedicated Ashtangi & Teacher of the Arts

    The Yoga Voice is biweekly podcast by CITYOGA, this week host Dave Sims E-RYT 500, owner CITYOGA School of Yoga & Health interviews Ashtanga yoga teacher, Artist, and Arts educator Carol Tharp-Perrin. Carol shares her yoga journey and experience as one of the original Cityoga teachers and the first teacher to bring an Ashtanga yoga class to Indiana almost twenty years ago. Below you will find links to learn more about Carol and where to find her teaching.

    Hope you enjoy our chat, please subscribe to The Yoga Voice and feel free to leave a comment and or suggestions for upcoming episodes, Namaste.



    www.artofyoga.org



    www.ashtangaIndianapolis.com



    Teaching schedule at www.cityoga.biz

    • 1 hr 1 min
    #12 - Latenia "YogiLatin" Caldwell - Yoga Transformation in Communities of Color & Beyond

    #12 - Latenia "YogiLatin" Caldwell - Yoga Transformation in Communities of Color & Beyond

    The Yoga Voice is biweekly podcast by CITYOGA, this week host Dave Sims E-RYT 500, owner CITYOGA School of Yoga & Health interviews Thai-Fascia practitioner, digital yogi nomad, traveling teacher, Latenia "Latin" Caldwell aka YogiLatin, CEO of YogiLatin. We examine YogiLatin’s twenty plus years of teaching and practicing yoga in the central Indiana area. We discuss the lessons and wisdom she has gleaned from working to bring yoga to people of color. We talked about her world travels and in particular her transformative journey to Mysore India. Plus, an in depth look into her life challenges with children, family, relationships and much more. Find out more about YogiLatin through the links below. Hope you enjoy our chat, please subscribe to The Yoga Voice and feel free to leave a comment and or suggestions for upcoming episodes, Namaste.


    https://www.facebook.com/LaTeniaLaTinCaldwell/

    https://www.instagram.com/yogilatin/

    https://www.youtube.com/user/BreathMovement

    Book mentioned in this podcast:
    One-Straw Revolutionary: The Philosophy and Work of Masanobu Fukuoka

    • 1 hr 56 min

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