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Welcome to That Yoga Woman’s Podcast. A podcast where yogis, yoga teachers and studio owners share stories of their lives on and off the mat. This isn’t a podcast about how to teach (or do) yoga. It’s two yogis talking about all things “life”…not just yoga.

Latest Episodes

Indira Das Gupta

This week I’m talking to Indira Das Gupta. Indira has been teaching yoga for 14 years, is a senior yoga teacher and studio owner based in north London. She was born in London to a Polish Mum and an Indian Dad so is of mixed race heritage. She tells us the story of how her parents met (which is such a chance meeting!), what her childhood was like and her experiences of going to a Catholic Grammar school. Prior to establishing her yoga studio in North London, Indira had a successful career in journalism as a news reporter, working for the London Evening Standard. She shares what it was like to work in a newsroom (dispels my myths that it was like working with Clarke Kent, Lois Lane and Jimmy), how she managed the fast pace of very tight deadlines and how she coped with being pigeonholed by her bosses early on in her career. She also worked at celebrity magazines like Heat and Closer and was even news editor at lads’ mag Zoo in the nineties…don’t judge…hear what that was like! We discuss the huge competition there is for teachers, especially those who are newly qualified and the prevalence of teacher training programmes. As well as joining in my (new) Quickfire Questions, Indira also talks to me about the challenges she has faced and continues to face as a studio owner during the pandemic and the harsh and heartbreaking reality of having to contemplate closing her studio. Her Savasana Sounds are Todd Norian - Bija: Soothing Music and Mantras and Craig Pruess and Ananda - Devi Prayer Please let Indira know what you thought of this episode - you can contact her through her social media (she is on Facebook and Instagram) and her website is http://www.nlys.co.uk Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

81 min1 w ago
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Indira Das Gupta

Julia Hankins

This week I’m talking to Julia Hankins. Julia is a fellow Brummie and yoga teacher specialising in delivering yoga and wellbeing classes and courses to children, parents and teachers. As well as being a mum of two, Julia’s an ex-primary school teacher so we talk about how she became a teacher, her wide ranging experiences of teaching in different schools, the highs as well as the lows and what, eventually, led her to leave the profession. We chat about her time teaching in Ecuador as well as her other travels across South America where I share my irrational fear of Colombia and (secret) love of a certain TV show. Julia also tells us how she felt going back into schools to teach yoga and wellbeing classes after her career as a teacher had ended years before. Julia shares how she’s coped with homeschooling her kids in lockdown, her super skills in getting children off to bed and the other kinds of support she offers to families and teachers across yoga, meditation and general wellness. We also discuss her love of camping and nature and she answers my Quickfire Questions and gives us her Savasana Sounds (Stanton Lanier - I listened to the track Breathe and it was so beautiful!) Please let Julia know what you thought of this episode - you can contact Julia by email at julia@juliahankins.co.uk and can also find out more on www.juliahankins.co.uk Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com The next episode is out in a fortnight.

69 min3 w ago
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Julia Hankins

Christine Blair

This week I’m talking to Christine Blair. So, brace yourselves, this is a long (and fiesty) one…would you expect anything less? If you know Christine you’ll know she has a strong voice so it’s not surprising we cover a lot of ground in this podcast. Christine, a yoga teacher based in Milton Keynes, talks candidly about finding her true passion and turning it into, not only a job, but a lifestyle, as well as trying to make yoga more accessible to her MK community. Prior to teaching yoga, Christine had a corporate career and was called a ‘risky hire’ by her boss…we find out why. She speaks about her yo-yo weight, her tumultuous relationship with her body and going from absolutely hating any form of exercise to loving it…not just yoga, but her on off love of running - we even talk ultra marathons! We also discuss her beef with the yoga industry and ‘bum sculpting’ leggings as well as what it’s like to live on a houseboat and how she finds outlets for her creativity. She’s authentically honest (we discuss that too) and we talk about how and why she said goodbye to her amazing Mum. I really loved getting to know Christine and I hope you do too. Her Savasana Sound suggestion for you is any track by Garth Stevenson, but she particularly likes a track called Dawn. Please let Christine know what you thought of this episode - you can also find her on Instagram: yoga_christine and her website is www.yoga-christine.com Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

97 minSEP 15
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Christine Blair

Kristina Rihanoff

This week I’m talking to Kristina Rihanoff. Kristina has had such a full career already and in this conversation I think you get a real insight into her life and work - a little peek behind the celebrity personality, famous for her appearances on Strictly Come Dancing. She speaks openly about her childhood in Russia, her love of dancing (as you’d expect!), but also her deep rooted passion for teaching others and of course, her absolute belief in the power of yoga! It’s so interesting to hear how she started out performing and teaching ballroom dancing in Russia and then across the world and how that led to her TV career, raising her profile and making her personal life very public. We also discussed what led her to have a plant based diet, how she has found the transition from living in big cities to the rural Northamptonshire countryside and we even talk about her specialist subject when she appeared on Celebrity Mastermind (yes really!) Kristina shares what it has been like to balance being on a national tour with her own dance show, setting up a family focussed health and wellness business with her ex-England rugby player fiancé, with bringing up their girls. I hope you enjoy listening to us. Please let Kristina know what you thought of this episode - you can email her at info@sooyoga.com (mailto:info@sooyoga.com) and her website is http://www.sooyoga.com. You can also find her easily on Instagram. Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

64 minSEP 1
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Kristina Rihanoff

Zoe Rowe

This week I’m talking to Zoe Rowe. I loved having this conversation with my friend and fellow yoga teacher Zoe. I think she’s taken an unusual route, qualifying as a teacher, working full time at a yoga studio after completing her PhD, then reducing her teaching hours as she embarked on her corporate career. It’s also so interesting to hear about Zoe’s move to London, how she found the competition of teaching in such a crowded and highly competitive space and how she’s helping to support her local community. Her bubbly enthusiasm is infectious. Dawn Wright (from Episode 2 of the podcast) has said I’m a bit like Tigger, so Zoe and I together…well I had a lot of fun interviewing her! She, like every guest, also answers my Quickfire Questions and tells us her Savasana Sounds (A Winged Victory for the Sullen; Requiem For The Static King Part 1…and yes, there is a Part 2!) Listen to the end for a little post-podcast recording update and I’ve mentioned a couple of my favourite Savasana Sounds too! Please let Zoe know what you thought of this episode - you can email her at zoe.rowe@outlook.com (mailto:zoe.rowe@outlook.com) and please follow her on Instagram - zoerowe_yoga Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

48 minAUG 18
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Zoe Rowe

Alecs Donovan

This week I’m talking to Alecs Donovan. I’m really excited to share with you my conversation with Alecs. She is a Swansea born Osprey’s centre and Welsh rugby international and of course, she’s a yoga teacher! I talk to Alecs about her rugby career and the injury that led her to yoga, why she’s established her own style of practice (“Yogability”), her love of coffee and how she’s managing to fit in setting up her second yoga studio around her already crazy busy schedule. She, like every guest, also answers my Quickfire Questions and tells us her Savasana Sounds. Please let Alecs know what you thought of this episode - you can visit her website: http://www.yogabililty.fit to reach her or find her on Instagram @alecs_donovan1 Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

57 minAUG 4
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Alecs Donovan

Dawn Wright

This week I’m talking to Dawn Wright. Dawn is a senior yoga teacher, based in rural Northamptonshire and works across the UK and abroad teaching, hosting retreats and teacher training. I chat to her about her first yoga class (very wierd), being a “yoga geek” (her words) and how she has become an established yoga business mentor supporting teachers and creating a community. She, like every guest, also answers my Quickfire Questions and tells us her Savasana Sounds. Please let Dawn know what you thought of this episode - you can visit her website: http://www.yogabusinessmentor.com to reach her or find her on Facebook: Dawn Wright - The Yoga Teachers Business Mentor Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador ca...

54 minJUL 21
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Dawn Wright

Aimee Garcia Marshall

This week I’m talking to Aimee Garcia Marshall. Aimee is a friend and fellow yoga teacher based in Pinner, North London. I chat to Aimee about all sorts of things; her life before yoga, how she started teaching, challenges she has faced setting up her own studio, what it was like to be on the cover of Om Yoga magazine as well as how she’s been coping during the pandemic. She, like every guest, also answers my Quickfire Questions and tells us her Savasana Sounds. Aimee’s Savasana Sounds: These Habits by Oliver Koletzki, Pyur. Please let Aimee know what you thought of this episode - you can visit her website: http://www.yogacollective.uk or follow her on instagram @yogacollective_uk Support Enjoyed listening? Then please share with your friends, rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without...

67 minJUL 5
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Aimee Garcia Marshall
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Latest Episodes

Indira Das Gupta

This week I’m talking to Indira Das Gupta. Indira has been teaching yoga for 14 years, is a senior yoga teacher and studio owner based in north London. She was born in London to a Polish Mum and an Indian Dad so is of mixed race heritage. She tells us the story of how her parents met (which is such a chance meeting!), what her childhood was like and her experiences of going to a Catholic Grammar school. Prior to establishing her yoga studio in North London, Indira had a successful career in journalism as a news reporter, working for the London Evening Standard. She shares what it was like to work in a newsroom (dispels my myths that it was like working with Clarke Kent, Lois Lane and Jimmy), how she managed the fast pace of very tight deadlines and how she coped with being pigeonholed by her bosses early on in her career. She also worked at celebrity magazines like Heat and Closer and was even news editor at lads’ mag Zoo in the nineties…don’t judge…hear what that was like! We discuss the huge competition there is for teachers, especially those who are newly qualified and the prevalence of teacher training programmes. As well as joining in my (new) Quickfire Questions, Indira also talks to me about the challenges she has faced and continues to face as a studio owner during the pandemic and the harsh and heartbreaking reality of having to contemplate closing her studio. Her Savasana Sounds are Todd Norian - Bija: Soothing Music and Mantras and Craig Pruess and Ananda - Devi Prayer Please let Indira know what you thought of this episode - you can contact her through her social media (she is on Facebook and Instagram) and her website is http://www.nlys.co.uk Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

81 min1 w ago
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Indira Das Gupta

Julia Hankins

This week I’m talking to Julia Hankins. Julia is a fellow Brummie and yoga teacher specialising in delivering yoga and wellbeing classes and courses to children, parents and teachers. As well as being a mum of two, Julia’s an ex-primary school teacher so we talk about how she became a teacher, her wide ranging experiences of teaching in different schools, the highs as well as the lows and what, eventually, led her to leave the profession. We chat about her time teaching in Ecuador as well as her other travels across South America where I share my irrational fear of Colombia and (secret) love of a certain TV show. Julia also tells us how she felt going back into schools to teach yoga and wellbeing classes after her career as a teacher had ended years before. Julia shares how she’s coped with homeschooling her kids in lockdown, her super skills in getting children off to bed and the other kinds of support she offers to families and teachers across yoga, meditation and general wellness. We also discuss her love of camping and nature and she answers my Quickfire Questions and gives us her Savasana Sounds (Stanton Lanier - I listened to the track Breathe and it was so beautiful!) Please let Julia know what you thought of this episode - you can contact Julia by email at julia@juliahankins.co.uk and can also find out more on www.juliahankins.co.uk Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com The next episode is out in a fortnight.

69 min3 w ago
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Julia Hankins

Christine Blair

This week I’m talking to Christine Blair. So, brace yourselves, this is a long (and fiesty) one…would you expect anything less? If you know Christine you’ll know she has a strong voice so it’s not surprising we cover a lot of ground in this podcast. Christine, a yoga teacher based in Milton Keynes, talks candidly about finding her true passion and turning it into, not only a job, but a lifestyle, as well as trying to make yoga more accessible to her MK community. Prior to teaching yoga, Christine had a corporate career and was called a ‘risky hire’ by her boss…we find out why. She speaks about her yo-yo weight, her tumultuous relationship with her body and going from absolutely hating any form of exercise to loving it…not just yoga, but her on off love of running - we even talk ultra marathons! We also discuss her beef with the yoga industry and ‘bum sculpting’ leggings as well as what it’s like to live on a houseboat and how she finds outlets for her creativity. She’s authentically honest (we discuss that too) and we talk about how and why she said goodbye to her amazing Mum. I really loved getting to know Christine and I hope you do too. Her Savasana Sound suggestion for you is any track by Garth Stevenson, but she particularly likes a track called Dawn. Please let Christine know what you thought of this episode - you can also find her on Instagram: yoga_christine and her website is www.yoga-christine.com Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

97 minSEP 15
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Christine Blair

Kristina Rihanoff

This week I’m talking to Kristina Rihanoff. Kristina has had such a full career already and in this conversation I think you get a real insight into her life and work - a little peek behind the celebrity personality, famous for her appearances on Strictly Come Dancing. She speaks openly about her childhood in Russia, her love of dancing (as you’d expect!), but also her deep rooted passion for teaching others and of course, her absolute belief in the power of yoga! It’s so interesting to hear how she started out performing and teaching ballroom dancing in Russia and then across the world and how that led to her TV career, raising her profile and making her personal life very public. We also discussed what led her to have a plant based diet, how she has found the transition from living in big cities to the rural Northamptonshire countryside and we even talk about her specialist subject when she appeared on Celebrity Mastermind (yes really!) Kristina shares what it has been like to balance being on a national tour with her own dance show, setting up a family focussed health and wellness business with her ex-England rugby player fiancé, with bringing up their girls. I hope you enjoy listening to us. Please let Kristina know what you thought of this episode - you can email her at info@sooyoga.com (mailto:info@sooyoga.com) and her website is http://www.sooyoga.com. You can also find her easily on Instagram. Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

64 minSEP 1
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Kristina Rihanoff

Zoe Rowe

This week I’m talking to Zoe Rowe. I loved having this conversation with my friend and fellow yoga teacher Zoe. I think she’s taken an unusual route, qualifying as a teacher, working full time at a yoga studio after completing her PhD, then reducing her teaching hours as she embarked on her corporate career. It’s also so interesting to hear about Zoe’s move to London, how she found the competition of teaching in such a crowded and highly competitive space and how she’s helping to support her local community. Her bubbly enthusiasm is infectious. Dawn Wright (from Episode 2 of the podcast) has said I’m a bit like Tigger, so Zoe and I together…well I had a lot of fun interviewing her! She, like every guest, also answers my Quickfire Questions and tells us her Savasana Sounds (A Winged Victory for the Sullen; Requiem For The Static King Part 1…and yes, there is a Part 2!) Listen to the end for a little post-podcast recording update and I’ve mentioned a couple of my favourite Savasana Sounds too! Please let Zoe know what you thought of this episode - you can email her at zoe.rowe@outlook.com (mailto:zoe.rowe@outlook.com) and please follow her on Instagram - zoerowe_yoga Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

48 minAUG 18
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Zoe Rowe

Alecs Donovan

This week I’m talking to Alecs Donovan. I’m really excited to share with you my conversation with Alecs. She is a Swansea born Osprey’s centre and Welsh rugby international and of course, she’s a yoga teacher! I talk to Alecs about her rugby career and the injury that led her to yoga, why she’s established her own style of practice (“Yogability”), her love of coffee and how she’s managing to fit in setting up her second yoga studio around her already crazy busy schedule. She, like every guest, also answers my Quickfire Questions and tells us her Savasana Sounds. Please let Alecs know what you thought of this episode - you can visit her website: http://www.yogabililty.fit to reach her or find her on Instagram @alecs_donovan1 Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador called Diesel), she’s Brummie born but is now based in Bedfordshire and has been teaching yoga for 3 years. Find out more about Jules by visiting http://www.thatyogawoman.com Check our her range of organic cotton, yoga inspired tops at http://www.thatyogawoman.com/shop Follow her on Instagram @thatyogawoman Like and follow her Facebook page @thatyogawoman If you have any feedback or know a yogi, teacher or studio owner that you think would be a great guest, then email me: info@thatyogawoman.com (mailto:info@thatyogawoman.com) The next episode is out in a fortnight.

57 minAUG 4
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Alecs Donovan

Dawn Wright

This week I’m talking to Dawn Wright. Dawn is a senior yoga teacher, based in rural Northamptonshire and works across the UK and abroad teaching, hosting retreats and teacher training. I chat to her about her first yoga class (very wierd), being a “yoga geek” (her words) and how she has become an established yoga business mentor supporting teachers and creating a community. She, like every guest, also answers my Quickfire Questions and tells us her Savasana Sounds. Please let Dawn know what you thought of this episode - you can visit her website: http://www.yogabusinessmentor.com to reach her or find her on Facebook: Dawn Wright - The Yoga Teachers Business Mentor Support Enjoyed listening? Then please rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without children, but with a gorgeous Labrador ca...

54 minJUL 21
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Dawn Wright

Aimee Garcia Marshall

This week I’m talking to Aimee Garcia Marshall. Aimee is a friend and fellow yoga teacher based in Pinner, North London. I chat to Aimee about all sorts of things; her life before yoga, how she started teaching, challenges she has faced setting up her own studio, what it was like to be on the cover of Om Yoga magazine as well as how she’s been coping during the pandemic. She, like every guest, also answers my Quickfire Questions and tells us her Savasana Sounds. Aimee’s Savasana Sounds: These Habits by Oliver Koletzki, Pyur. Please let Aimee know what you thought of this episode - you can visit her website: http://www.yogacollective.uk or follow her on instagram @yogacollective_uk Support Enjoyed listening? Then please share with your friends, rate, review and subscribe to the podcast. If you’d like to support That Yoga Woman’s Podcast you can donate via http://www.paypal.me/thatyogawoman About Your host is Jules Buchanan, a British yoga teacher in her forties. Married (without...

67 minJUL 5
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Aimee Garcia Marshall
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