This week, you get to hear Jason and I interviewed by Bridget Riepl of New Jersey Yoga Collective. It was part of a fundraiser for Goats of Anarchy — those goats needed a new bar and we were happy to support.
Bridget asked us about a whole host of topics — from the history and intention behind this podcast, to the advice we have for yoga teachers and students grappling with the hardships of the Covid-19 pandemic to making yoga more inclusive practice.
RECOMMENDED AND RELATED LINKS
Goats of Anarchy: A Sanctuary for Special Needs Goats
Episode 158: Closing the Wellness Gap with Nicole Cardoza
Episode 188: Creating digital content beyond daily livestreams
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