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ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Dedicated to the forever students of Yoga. We serve to inspire, teach, and discuss real topics about yoga in the modern world.

These are real conversations about teaching yoga in the real world. We touch on topics like teaching techniques, the business of yoga, injury prevention and safety, anatomy and biomechanics, philosophy, ethical and legal considerations, and more.

Co-hosted by two of the most respected yoga teachers from the world renowned Yoga Barn in Bali, Indonesia, Paul Teodo, and Byron de Marsé and internationally recognized Physiotherapist and rehabilitation specialist, Michael Henri.

 

Michael Henri

Michael Henri

Host

Paul Teodo

Paul Teodo

Co-Host

Byron de Marsé

Byron de Marsé

Co-Host

RECENT EPISODES

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ABOUT THIS EPISODE In this episode, we look into integrity as a core value. We discuss what it means to have integrity. The difference between integrity and self-integrity. How integrity is an important aspect of your yoga teaching and your self-practice. And how...

Episode #61: Core Value of Freedom

Episode #61: Core Value of Freedom

ABOUT THIS EPISODE This episode is a breakdown of freedom as a core value. We discuss what freedom might mean to you, and the different ways you may want or desire to be free. Freedom in some form or another is typically a core value to most individuals. It especially...

Episode #60: Core Values and Business with Sharni Quinn

Episode #60: Core Values and Business with Sharni Quinn

ABOUT THIS EPISODE This episode brings incredible advice from a yoga and wellness marketing professional.  Sharni Quinn shares how to avoid burnout and become a successful yoga teacher by using the yogic approach to business practices. Sharni Quinn is a yoga teacher,...

Episode #57: Pet Peeves in Yoga (Part 3)

Episode #57: Pet Peeves in Yoga (Part 3)

ABOUT THIS EPISODE In our 3rd and final episode of yoga pet peeves, we are getting into more of the personal stuff. Like what irritates Michael in a yoga class, and some of the most awful stereotypes that come up in yoga teachers. Have you experienced yoga teachers...

Episode #56: Pet Peeves in Yoga (Part 2)

Episode #56: Pet Peeves in Yoga (Part 2)

ABOUT THIS EPISODE There were so many pet peeves to cover we had to do a 2nd episode! If you missed part one, then go back and check that out first. In this Part 2, we are covering more things that piss us off as yoga teachers. Plus we get to find out about Byron’s...

Episode #55: Pet Peeves in Yoga (Part 1)

Episode #55: Pet Peeves in Yoga (Part 1)

ABOUT THIS EPISODE In this very raw episode, we go deep on yoga teacher pet peeves! Things that really commonly piss us off as teachers, and happen universally in all types of yoga classes. Byron and Michael both share some personal stories and insights into their own...

Episode #54: Why Emotions Come Up in Yoga

Episode #54: Why Emotions Come Up in Yoga

ABOUT THIS EPISODE In this podcast episode we are discussing the very intense and powerful topic of emotional release in yoga classes. If you have experienced a huge emotional release in a yoga class as either a teacher or student, or if you’re interested to...

WHAT THE GOING PRO YOGA PODCAST LISTENERS ARE SAYING:

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Little.Penguin

I’m currently past the halfway mark of my 200hr yoga teacher training right now and I have to say that this podcast is a true blessing. Although my training program has it’s strengths, I’m finding myself wondering how I’ll ever be ready to teach by the end of it. Seriously can’t wait to follow along!

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radesmond

I just listened to the recent episode about injuries in the yoga space and it is so on point! As Michael said, it’s a bit sad that people who are just getting started with yoga (like me) often find themselves pushing too hard and getting injured – and then we kind of drift away from it. The same can be said for teachers and regular practitioners. My wife got injured at a yoga teacher training and her teacher literally told her, “you can’t get injured doing yoga”. Crazy!

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Patricacali

Paul’s background as an internationally recognized yoga teacher and musician coupled with Michael’s in-depth knowledge of the body as it relates to yoga is something of a dream team. I’m excited to hear what they have to share with the world, I think it will be valuable for anyone wanting to know more about yoga whether you’re a seasoned teacher or brand new to the practice.