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A revolutionary podcast that exposes the dirty underbelly of the yoga industry. Get ready to have your eyes opened and your perceptions challenged…this ain’t your white yoga podcast. Grab your chai and settle in, Becky.

Yoga is Dead Yoga is Dead

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.5, 518 Ratings

A revolutionary podcast that exposes the dirty underbelly of the yoga industry. Get ready to have your eyes opened and your perceptions challenged…this ain’t your white yoga podcast. Grab your chai and settle in, Becky.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
518 Ratings

518 Ratings

Aleine7 ,

Finally!

A student of mine suggested that I give this podcast a listen. I have to say I was definitely into the concept just by the name simply because of how watered down, and airy fairy yoga in the West has become. We really need people challenging the westernized norms of yoga. It was refreshing to hear a lot of things I’ve thought but dare I say out loud. I love how they approached veganism from so many avenues; personal, world, eating disorder, privilege, and historical. It didn’t feel like a rant. It came across as well educated and well rounded. I did not feel it was presented biasedly at all. In fact at the end of the episode they ask the question: did veganism kill yoga. Not as mockery but as a legitimate question. All I can say is THANK YOU!

JMgymnast ,

A much needed conversation!

A well-researched show touching on really timely questions in the yoga world. Does a great job exposing those uncomfortable issues and questions often pushed under the rug/mat. Thanks for bringing these to the forefront!

Anthony J Swindell ,

Insightful, Eloquent, Important

I deeply appreciate the well-crafted presentation of the topics covered in this show. Tejal and Jesal are bringing up discussions that many (Western) people don’t want to have and that’s all the more reason to have them. While their episode titles are provocative to some (likely because of white fragility) they do an excellent job addressing the complexities and nuances of each topic in an honest and considerate way. As I am an American of European descent and a yoga enthusiast who studies South Asian traditions academically, it’s important and insightful for me to listen openly to conversations like the ones had on this show that highlight the views of the S.A. American experience. I’m tremendously grateful to Tejal and Jesal for sharing their views, experiences, and knowledge with us!

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