Teach What You Love with Indu Arora

Season #2

What is the purpose of a yoga practice? This simple, but powerful inquiry, can help take us to the essence of yoga. When we go beyond technique and approach yoga as a philosophy, we honor this ancient tradition and form a deeper understanding of our practice as a purposeful act. 

Join Jivana and this episode’s guest, Indu Arora, as they delve into the delicate balance between tradition and innovation and inspire practitioners and teachers to approach yoga with sincerity and self-inquiry.

Topics Include:

  1. Yoga as a philosophy beyond external techniques
  2. Innovation and accessibility in yoga
  3. The role of mentors and community
  4. Addressing cultural appropriation, commodification, and capitalism in yoga
  5. The subtle teachings of yoga
  6. How yoga teachers can communicate the heart of yoga

Check out Jivana’s new book, The Teacher’s Guide to Accessible Yoga, and get more information about the book on his website.

Connect with Jivana:

www.jivanaheyman.com@jivanaheyman   |  facebook.com/jivanaheyman

Indu Arora (she/her) is a Yoga and Ayurveda teacher, mentor, and author, based in the U.S.. Indu has been sharing about Yoga philosophy, yoga therapy, and ayurveda for the past two decades worldwide. She is inspired by and taught Kriya Yoga, Himalayan Yoga, Kashmir Shiavism, and Sivananda Yoga lineages. She has studied in a traditional Guru-Shishya parampara setting. Her core philosophy is “Yoga is a work-in and not a work-out.” She is the author of Mudra: The Sacred Secret (2015), Yoga: Ancient Heritage, Tomorrow’s Vision (2005, 2019), and SOMA: 100 Heritage Recipes for Self-Care (e-book, 2020; updated hard copy, 2022).

Connect with Indu:

www.yogsadhna.com@induaroraofficial  |  facebook.com/InduAroraOfficial


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