Yay! This is my 10th episode!
Among many things, Alex Mazerolle si the founder and creator of Girlvana Yoga.
Girlvana brings the practice of yoga to teenage girls in an accessible and relevant context. I think we can all agree yoga would have helped navigate the muddy waters of high school, if only for an hour at a time. I think it's a bit obvious and redundant for me to sing the praises of the teachers who do the podcast, as if I'm going to bad mouth anyone, but Alex is seriously awesome! She was super bubbly and personable and very easy to interview, so easy I almost forgot we were recording at times.
Here is a video of Alex introducing Girlvana!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fr2gSKLkepU&feature=player_embeddedIf you live in Vancouver and know any teens who could use yoga send them to Alex!! Actually if you love in Vancouver and could use some yoga, send yourself to Alex!
Thank you for listening!
Links to Alex:
Girlvana Yoga http://www.girlvanayoga.com/
Girlvana yoga retreat http://www.girlvanayoga.com/teen-girl-yoga-retreat/
Girlvana Facebook http://www.facebook.com/girlvanayoga
Alex's facebook page http://www.facebook.com/alexmazerolleyoga
Oh and somehting Im really excited about -- yoga, eat repeat on Wednesday nights at Nelson the Seagull
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Welcome to Yoga Voice! The idea for this podcast came as I crossed the Australian desert on my motorcycle. I rode 19000 klm around Australia and listened to a lot of podcasts along the way. I was influenced and inspired by what I was listening to and wanted to create a conversation about yoga with the beautiful and brave people who teach it. When Im riding I experience moments of profound clarity and presence. I become open to receive the teachings in whatever form they may come and am inspired to bring the practice into everything that I do. It is from this space of deep gratitude and wild adventure that Yoga Voice was born. I hope you enjoy and contribute to the evolving conversation of yoga.
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