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Anjali Rao
The Love of Yoga
The Love of Yoga Podcast connects to the expansiveness of the teachings of Yoga through provocative conversations with Yoga scholars, changemakers, and thought leaders. Our intention is to provide avenues of access for yoga practitioners who are seeking to embody these teachings for personal and social transformation.
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4.9 stars from 55 ratings
As it happens, I'm also reading One Dharma by Joseph Goldstein. There's an interesting conversation between the two. Chemi Lhamo draws our attention to cultural appropriation, particularly of Tibetan Buddhism; Goldstein then lays out a whole system for thinking of how the traditions of...Read full review »
Matt321567789 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/06/23
Love, Love, Love
So much learning and unlearning in each episode. Very powerful and thoughtful. Thank you Anjali Rao & Accessible Yoga Association. 5 stars!
PZPZ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/25/23
I just came across this wonderful podcast and the episode with Chemi Lhamo on belonging and Tibetan Buddhism moved me beyond words. More please!
Queena143 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/23/23
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