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J. Brown Yoga Talks

By J. Brown Yoga

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Yoga teacher and writer J. Brown is leading the way in the Slow Yoga Revolution, advocating for more intimate, breath-centered, therapeutic yoga practices. J interviews guests from old-school yoga teachers to other yoga revolutionists about philosophy and the business of yoga.

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This could be really really good. But J still needs to talk less and listen more. One must like to hear themselves talk to host a podcast, but this is cringe worthy. Also, try to keep more of an open mind. Learn something from those that you interview that may not serve your preexisting views.

J got better for a bit, but now it's back to cringing. Let the other person talk. And the biases he holds are so apparent I can't listen anymore.

I finally unsubscribed. The fact that it's called J Brown Yoga Talks tell how much this guy thinks of himself and listening to him was aggravating. Also, please pronounce ashtanga as its pronounced, not with a self important, pseudo intellectual accent. It isn't necessary.

J Brown Keeping It Real

J has a tremendous amount of integrity and a very unique voice. His podcasts strip yoga down to its fundamentals and remind the listener where true yoga is found - in everyone, everywhere and in every day living. I've enjoyed his varied guests ranging from students, business owners to big yoga names. This podcast is for anyone looking to listen to intimate, honest interviews and gain insight about yoga practice, the yoga industry and more. Can't wait for more!

Meh, it's okay.

I like some of the guests and topics but agree with previous reviewers who say that the host is a terrible interviewer for CONSTANTLY interrupting his guests when they speak. He just really seems to like to hear himself talk. I plan to listen to a few more because there are topics and guests that interest me, but I may have to give up if the quality of the interviews does not improve.

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