Audio Resources2023-02-22T05:19:01+09:00


Free audio resources that aim to help get you started (or re-inspired) on your yoga journey.

Here you will find a curated list of free audio resources that I have found beneficial for my practice, both on and off the mat.

These will be updated periodically as I find new resources or create a few of my own that aim to help scaffold your practice.

Let’s Talk Yoga Podcast

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Arundhati Baitmangalkar is a fantastic teacher. Her podcast is a mix of monologue episodes where she deep-dives into some of the foundational aspects of yoga, and interviews with prominent yoga teachers from around the world.

The topics are diverse and packed full of useful takeaways for students and teachers. My own practice has taken on a whole new shape since discovering her podcast, and also from her incredible training programs. Her podcast is a must-have free audio resource.

Aside from being an expert teacher, she is also an exceptional human being with a fantastic sense of humor and a huge heart.

Yoga Prasad Podcast

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Prasad Rangnekar is probably one of the most interesting speakers on yoga on the planet. He has such a talent for taking seemingly complicated yoga concepts and breaking them down into manageable, comprehensible components that give you that “aha!” moment we so frequently seek in yoga.

Often a sought-after guest on Let’s Talk Yoga with Arundhati Baitmangalkar, he blends humor with integrity expertly. You learn a lot whilst also letting go of the need to take yourself too seriously.

His episodes are a blend of talks, conversations, and guided classes. As his podcast promises, he will keep you inspired.

Finding Harmony Podcast

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Harmony Slater’s podcast which she co-hosts with her husband Russell Case is fascinating. Each week they interview a new guest, delving into their journey into yoga and the lessons they have learned along the way.

Though episodes do touch on some of the heavier aspects of yoga, both Harmony and Russell have a knack for bringing lightheartedness to all their conversations. Their focus is mainly on Ashtanga yoga, though much of the content is applicable to all levels, making it an excellent free audio resource.

I have been lucky enough to have had Harmony as a mentor for a short while, so I can vouch for the fact that she really is a beautiful soul, inside and out. Also, check out episode 150 for a little surprise.

Coming soon in 2023

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As yet untitled, yours truly is aiming to launch a podcast sometime in mid-to-late 2023.

Some episodes will be giving advice for your practice,  some will be answering common questions about yoga, and others will be interviewing guests about their journey into yoga. It will aim to give practical advice for the novice practitioner that you can immediately apply to your own practice. I hope that it will serve to provide clarity and ease any confusion, and will help you to build strong and steady foundations for a safe and sustainable home yoga practice.

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