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✨ 🧘‍♀️ Blissful all-level, full-length Practice & Conversations ✨Pure Flow Yoga classes, recorded live in our Jungle Paradise shala in Thailand. ✨ Join us for Yoga Retreats Year-round & our 200 hour YTT Early bird on now | More info @ www.PureFlow.Yoga 🌴 Support this podcast:
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Visit for show notes --- Born in Ireland, Cathy Pearson, founder of Yoga Deep and the Celtic Woodland YogaFestival, is an award-winning feature documentary filmmaker, Yoga teacher and Spiritual Educator. She’s also a mother and proponent of natural birth, who has been involved with yoga for over 20 years.  In that time she has been living between Ireland, Thailand, India & Bali offering group and one to one sessions and deepening her understanding of the incredible depths of yoga. studying and practicing a variety of styles and disciplines, from Iyenger and Hatha, to Ashtanga and meditation . In this Episode, Cathy shares about: Moving from depression in her teens in Ireland to meditation, using meditation instead of medication Her fascinating journey as an an award-winning documentary filmmaker Transforming Cellular Memory, and the language and anatomy of sacred energy and purification Embracing and Transforming challenging energy through Universal Connection Uplifting and Giving back to the Yoga scene in Ireland through her creation of the 1st ever International Yoga & Spirit Festival A trillion trees project and the importance of doing our bit to support worthwhile endeavoruss to help with climate crisis The Power and Bliss of Natural Birth --- Support this podcast:
Visit for show notes --- It’s a true honour and pleasure to welcome the wise, accomplished and fascinating Emily Kuser to the Pure Flow Yoga podcast. Emily is a true seeker at heart, and has journeyed from her humble American roots, to becoming a prominent international Yoga teacher based in Bali and offering her Self-Care, Woman's work and Taboo exploration workshops worldwide. Emily has a passionate curiosity for exploring the big questions of life (and death), and also how can she be best be in service to humanity a teacher. Emily is known for her skills and passion teaching Anusara Yoga, Embodied Flow, and now the more juicy and unexplored topics of sex, death & wealth, which we talk a bit about today.    In this Episode, Emily shares about: How she literally followed her dream to come to Bali and start a life here Yoga as a way to bring order to the chaos of life, the importance for both women and men to explore spirituality for the female psyche, to understand our cyclical nature What is Self-Care and why she's offering teacher trainings and workshops in this area Business as a great spiritual path and teacher, and the importance of refining our communications, agreements and contracts Tantra as a nature-based teaching and philosophy, and how to allow your self to perceive the world through body and senses  Why she' inspired by those working most closely with birth and death  --- Support this podcast:
“We’re so busy on this treadmill of seeking some mysterious idea of enlightenment, perfection or happiness that we forget to embrace what we already have – even if it might appear to be imperfect.” – Bex Tyrer --- Show Notes @ Let us know what you think, and please remember to take 1 minutes to leave us a 5-Star review on Itunes - This really helps! Thank you! Podcast Made with 💖Please consider supporting us with a small monthly contribution. This helps us to keep creating awesome FREE resources for You. Thanks so much 🙏.for supporting us to create.  It truly means the world! XOXO --- In this podcast, Bex shares: - Her journey of seeing the world and embracing life in a different way – after burning 30% of her body in an accident - How she changed her priorities and values– she went from being “busy” and “successful” to investing in what’s important: spending time with friends, being in nature and allowing her body to rest – embracing the simple things in life - Unpacking what has gonet wrong with commercial Yoga – with so many women showing up to practice and being deeply unhappy on the inside, not allowing the full freedom and health available through the practice of Yoga - Her personal journey with addiction – how she went through 10 years of eating disorders and overcame it - Dealing with body image and trauma –advice from her own experiences - Stories and experiences from her travels sharing Yoga and how an embodied practice can help step back into power - What Yoga Activism means to her – taking Yoga into areas where it is not currently accessible and in need of a physical practice - Her self-practice – moving from a 2-hour Yoga practice to one more suited for her --- About Bex Tyrer: Scotland born and raised, and Oxford educated with a graduate degree, MPhil in Development Studies, Bex Tyrer has been Asia-based for the past thirteen years, sharing her passion for Yoga and Yoga activism for the past 12, mostly here in Bali at the Yoga Barn. Here she shares her experience with hundreds of teacher trainees and thousands of students and practitioners all over the world. While she teaches a wide range of styles including vinyasa, yin, restorative, power, hatha and AcroYoga, at the core of it all, her true gift is to simply share her personal and intimate relationship with Yoga, while helping to remind people that Yoga cannot be simplified into a set of postural cues or alignments. Yoga is enormous, ancient, wide and diverse. Bex shares what her dedicated study has revealed to her. Bex has had the privilege of being guided by some great teachers including Angela Farmer, Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, Denise Payne and Mark Whitwell. Her extensive travels in Tibet, Nepal and India showed her that much of what is sold and advertised has very little in common with the wealth of Yoga waiting for us to individually activate. Her education, life journey and love for Yoga took Bex into the field of Yoga Activism, to establish Freedom Through Movement projects in Kolkata, Kathmandu and Palestine. Her love for wisdom and a fascination with the human experience breathes life into Yoga philosophy, history and practice. Learn more about hear offerings @ --- Support this podcast:
Show Notes: In this Episode, Daniela shares: Her Yoga Journey: Her mom as her first big inspiration, how Yoga found her, and her passion for sharing her unique Teacher Trainings What is Mandala Yoga and how she uses this practice to dance with life and connect with the rhythm of Flow Words of wisdom for the single parent – How becoming a Single Mom, challenged not only her morning practice, but also helped her transform the traditional concept of what it means to have family, to recognise that family and support is all around Obstacles as tool for Self-growth - Self with a capital “S” - The harder the teaching, the thicker the blessing. Acro-Yoga as a way to experience and understand how the body moves, by feeling meridians and anatomical planes Bhakti Yoga – and what it means to be in devotion Dharma Yoga & the 20 Value of Values – Why it’s important to follow your life’s purpose Sacred space, and the power of having an altar, and working with nature and the 5 elements to help connect with and transmute emotions Non-Dualism and her passion for studying Vedanta - the sacred teachings of Yoga from the Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Mahabharata – and the importance of having a experienced guide to unfold the teachings Some of her beautiful life philosophies and nuggets of wisdom:  ***The more you honour life and have complete validation and trust in what life brings, and take it as prasada, which is the blessed food after the puja, ritual of gratitude, even if its bitter, or sweet or sour, everything is a gift, and is in perfect order. ***Life is happening for you, not to you – it’s your friend. ***As much as we resist life, life will resist us. As soon as we embrace and trust, life blossoms in front of you ***If you follow your dharma the dharma will always protect you ***Pain is part of he process, that’s why we’re here: “When the pain comes, the rain comes, and eventually a thousand flowers will blossom”.  **From the what to the so what? Vedanta – how fast can you go through the threshold of the ego, of what you expected life to be, from the what to the so what? ------- About Daniela Mandala: Daniela Mandala is the spirited founder of SOHA - the global School of Healing Arts Yoga Teacher Training, and Co-Founder and Spiritual Director of Sutra Yoga Studio, Monterrey, Mexico, where she’s from. She’s also the proud mother of a beautiful 2 -year old boy. Daniela has been immersed in bodywork and spiritual practice for more than 16 years, and along her travels has become certified in Osteopathy & Bioenergetics, Medical Magnet Therapy, Chinese Medicine, Mandala Vinyasa Yoga, Prana Flow, Krama Yoga, Tantra Yoga, Acroyoga, and Thai Massage.  Daniela is known for her highly positive attitude, a devoted practice and a sense of service, all of which are present throughout her teachings. Her work as a Yoga and Holistic practitioner inspires very clear technique and a deep understanding. She emphasizes acquiring awareness and sensitivity on how to listen, feel, and support each individual back to the Self. Currently Daniella is one of the main teachers at Bali ‘s famous Yoga barn, where she shares all her trainings, Daniela also shares class online classes, in Spanish and English on, and is currently working on her first book. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
Show notes @ Podcast Made with 💖.  Please Support us: - Monthly Contribution: - Subscribe in Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast player or device.  - Please leave us a  5-Star review on Itunes. --- In this Episode, Simone shares about: Defining the Yogi’s Journey Why she’s letting go of teaching 200 hour trainings after 10 years and over 500+ graduates The changing landscape of the Yoga World, and the irony of Yoga and social media Yoga Nidra– Yogic sleep as an effective and useful way to integrate healing –especially for trauma work, addictions, anxiety, depression, and stress in general Symbol of Aum as it relates to the brain states that we experience in Yoga Nidra, Medicine work and daily life – alpha, beta, theta, delta, gama. Vision quests, Rights of Passage & the value of exploring different cultural and experiential lenses and perspectives Bridging Yoga and Plant Medicine World Ceremony & Dieting with Plant Medicines like Ayahuasca, Wachuma – San Pedro – What are they? Why are they being used? Who are they of benefit to? What does it mean to feel “called? How the plant intelligences work: Hint: They give you what you need, not what you want… Re-defining self-practice and it’s important role in integrating transformation --- Support this podcast:
Welcome! Join us for this dynamic Yoga practice to help cultivate the art of allowing, receiving and letting go. --- Support this podcast:
In this strong level 2 practice, we build our inner fire, and core strength, with some strong sequences, including arm balances, some side plank, and a few more yin in postures towards the end of the class to balance. We hope you enjoy! --- Support this podcast:
Welcome to our • Fire-flow - What in your life are you ready to transform? What thought, belief, pattern or habit is no longer serving you? In this level 2 practice, we build core power, and openness in the hips and hearts as we dedicate our practice to transformation. --- Support this podcast:
Today we focus on building clarity, balance, and strength in our body and mind. Starting with a balancing pranayama, and moving into a flow sequence that cultivates core strength, hip opening, and steadiness in our center as we balance. --- Support this podcast:
Visit for show notes --- Introducing Malaika Darville - shamaness, ceremonialist,  Yogi, musician, community elder, 5-elements Ecstatic Dance facilitator, and DJ. In this episode, Malaika shares: the Rise of the Feminine and why we need to balance Shiva & Shakti Being in the body, Ecstatic Dance & Community‘s for Healing ourselves and our planet the Beauty Way – Emergent Culture and the rise of festival and retreat culture the Importance of Ceremony, Ancestors, & Tribe for initiating people and bringing people together to heal, Indigenous Wisdom – Ho’oponono – conscious relating to bring freedom from the trauma / drama cycle Elemental Awakening and the benefits of planting seeds for exploring our shadow as well as our light Going with the Flow & why we need to have experiences timelessness for our inner evolution --- Support this podcast:
We start by setting our intentions, coming into an inner silence meditation, and then we slowly awake in the body coming into a beautiful and powerful standing flow and balancing sequence. In this flow we explored dancers pedals, levitation pose, wild thing, side plank and more. We end in gratitude with a song. We hope you enjoy this dynamic practice! --- Support this podcast:
In this rigorous practice today we practice the art of flowing on our mat, and with our breath. Yummy hip openers and an awesome playlisy help us to stay focused on our intention. --- Support this podcast:
Happy dark moon. In our practice today we build lots of heat and strength in our body, opening our hearts and our hips with some nice backbends and building some heat for a pretty flowing yet fiery warrior sequence, to help build the strength and resilience to purify and create space in our lives for more love and connection. Grab yourself some props and enjoy this yummy flow. 💜🙏 --- Support this podcast:
Visit for show notes --- Yoga nerds, this episode is for you!   In this episode, Ayurvedic expert and Naturopath Kimmana Nichols shares wisdom from traditional systems to create holistic models for a balanced and happy life. In this episode, Kimmana shares about: - Ayurveda & the 3 Dosha System for balancing the body - Yin & Yang, and how we can incorporate these understandings in a practical way - Trinity of Vedic Sciences - Yoga, Ayurveda & Jyotish - to align the mind with the divine - Trigunas - Sattva, Rajas & Tamas - Practical tips for balancing Vata - Dinacharya and the importance of routine and regularity - Indecision fatigue and how to manage stress  For awesome FREE DOWNLOADS, show notes and to leave us a comment, please visit:  If you like what you hear, please consider to LIKE, SHARE, LEAVE A 5 STAR REVIEW XOXO --- Support this podcast:
✨ Join Ellanah Fawcett for a beautiful Loving Kindness meditation to bring more peace, love, compassion and groundedness into your day. If you like what you hear, please consider leaving us a 5 -Star Review The benefits of Loving Kindness, or Metta meditation, are incredible for healing, well-being, connection and emotional intelligence. It is particularly effective in helping with challenges and pain associated PTSD, depression and anxiety and increases compassion, acceptance and self-love 🧘‍♀️ --- Support this podcast:
Today we embody flow with some simple sun salutations, a balancing superhero sequence, and some deep and balancing hip and heart openers. We are joined at the end, post savassana, for a beautiful and deep heartsong with special guest Mel Dobra. 🧚‍♀️💜🎼Check her out at --- Support this podcast:
Visit for Show Notes  and other Goodies! --- Welcome to our first ever Conversation episode of the Pure Flow Yoga Podcast with Atira Tan. Atira Tan is truly a force of love and good. She is empowering and inspiring the world through Sacred Activism and Feminine Embodied Spirituality through her work as a Yoga teacher, Trauma therapist & Coach, and through the oganisations that she’s founded, Art to Healing & Yoga for Freedom. In this inspiring podcast episode, Atira shares her journey of Yoga, the Path of Service & Awakening, Sacred Activism, Self-Care being in Pure Flow, and her way of navigating life’s challenges. To find out more info, including the show notes, check out 💜🙏 --- Support this podcast:
In this 90 minute Yin Yoga session, we open the kidney and bladder meridian, and cultivate a quality of mindfulness - dropping in to each thought, feeling, and sensation as they arise, and practice letting them go. We remember that we are not the little voices in the head, but rather the spacious awareness that can witness them. Have a great practice! --- Support this podcast:
The obstacle is the way! Often the challenges that present in our lives, be they in the body or in the mind, are gateways to a higher good. Sing, Play & Join us for this dynamic bhakti flow to honour the more dark, dense, and fertile aspects of our being to harness our sweat and effort into a tool for self empowerment. We finish with progressive relaxation to integrate the goodness of the practice. --- Support this podcast:
Yoga is a practice that can help us to open our hearts in love.Today we start and end our practice with a little storytelling and singing, learning how to harness the power that is within each of us for the highest good of love. Hope you enjoy! --- Support this podcast:
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