Yoga is Dead
Yoga is Dead
Jan 2, 2020
Play • 1 hr 10 min

In this episode, we look at the history and evolution of yoga teachers and who is deemed qualified to teach. We explore the ideas of guru-shisya parampara and indigenous knowledge of yoga. We discuss a householder’s approach to a yogic lifestyle and take a critical look at yoga credentialing and the Yoga Alliance 200-HR program. We discuss the issues of an hours based model instead of a competency based model for yoga teacher certification. As always, we wrap the episode with tips for bolstering personal standards for those teaching and practicing yoga.


Click for Ep 6 - 200 Hours Killed Yoga Resources:     Yoga is Dead is a revolutionary podcast that explores power, privilege, fair pay, harassment, race, cultural appropriation and capitalism in the yoga and wellness worlds. Join Indian-American hosts Tejal + Jesal as they exposes all the monsters lurking under the yoga mat.   Support this podcast with your donation, become a Patron and receive member perks, shop Yoga is Dead fundraiser shirts (S-4X), totes, and stickersjoin the Facebook Group conversation for real-time conversations with listeners, and listen to previous episodes here.   Check us out on social: Podcast Instagram: @yogaisdeadpodcast Podcast Twitter: @yogaisdeadpod Jesal's Instagram: @yogawalla Tejal's Instagram: @tejalyoga Venmo: @yogaisdeadpodcast 
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