Coming April 1st: The Yogapedia Podcast Season 3

By Yogapedia Editorial Team
Published: March 18, 2020 | Last updated: April 21, 2020
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Season 3 of The Yogapedia Podcast is starting on April 1st! Check out our amazing line up of guests for this season!

We're thrilled to announce that The Yogapedia Podcast is coming back for Season Three! We've lined up a new round of eight amazing guests, and we can't wait to share their inspirational stories and vast yogic knowledge with you!


Check out the full list of guests below! and remember to tune in April 1st!

Episode 1:

April 1

the yogapedia podcast season 3 featuring jillian pransky

Jillian Pransky, E-RYT 500, is the author of Deep Listening, an international presenter, mindfulness teacher, and certified yoga therapist. She created and leads Yoga Journal's Restorative Yoga 101 and Everyday Restorative and Yoga Anytime's Yoga For Anxiety show.

Episode 2:

April 15


Chase Bossart is a certified International Association of Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) and E-RYT 500 yoga teacher. Bossart is the Director of the Yoga Well Institute and Co-Director of Yoga as Therapy North America (YATNA).

Episode 3:

April 29

the yogapedia podcast season 3 featuring Tiffany Cruikshank

Tiffany Cruikshank is an international yoga teacher and health and wellness expert. She is also the founder of Yoga Medicine. Cruikshank received her Bachelor's in Medicinal Plant Biology and her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, with a speciality in Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics.

Episode 4:

May 13

the yogapedia podcast season 3 featuring Astrud Castillo

Astrud Castillo has been teaching yoga for over 20 years. She currently teaches Bhakti yoga, Vinyasa yoga and mantra chanting in San Fransisco, as well as travels the world with her kirtan band Cosmic Caravan.

Episode 5:

May 27the yogapedia podcast season 3 featuring Nikki Myers

Nikki Myers is a certified yoga therapist, yoga teacher and somatic experiencing practitioner. She is also the founder of Y12SR, a 12-step recovery program for people suffering from addictions.

Episode 6:

June 10

the yogapedia podcast season 3 featuring Linda Sparrowe

Linda Sparrowe is a certified 500-hour yoga teacher and has been teaching yoga for more than 20 years. She is the former editor-in-chief of Yoga International magazine and former managing editor of Yoga Journal.

Episode 7:

June 24

Domonick Wesegin, PhD., is a E-RYT 500 yoga teacher and licensed massage therapist. Wegesin completed his undergraduate and graduate studies in psychology and cognitive neuroscience and worked at Columbia University for 10 years doing brain imaging research.

Episode 8:

July 8

the yogapedia podcast season 3 featuring Richard Miller

Richard Miller, PhD, is a world-renowned spiritual teacher, yogic scholar, and clinical psychologist. He is the co-founder of The International Association of Yoga Therapy and developer of the iRest Institute.

Listen to all of Season One and Two by clicking the links below! Don't forget to subscribe so you won't miss a single episode of Season Three!

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Why The Yogapedia Podcast?

The Yogapedia Podcast is here to help you navigate life’s biggest questions through the lens of yoga. Listen to insightful discussions with master teachers, leading experts, doctors, researchers and practitioners as they share all the tips, secrets, and special knowledge you need for a healthier, more meaningful life. The ancient teachings of yoga offer extraordinary solutions for navigating many of the critical issues in our modern landscape. Through intimate conversation our expert guests share their personal relationship to yoga, the discoveries that defined their path and the insights that brought meaning into their everyday lives.

The podcast is hosted by Saraswati Clere, an award-winning documentary film-maker, yoga studio owner and 500 RYT Yoga Teacher Trainer, with intro music by Jim Beckwith.

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Yogapedia's editorial team is dedicated to writing and curating authentic yogic knowledge from around the globe. Our intention is to help seekers turn within and connect with Self (Ātman) through shared understanding of the philosophy and practice of yoga.

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