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Interview with Yogiraj Prem Prakash | Yoga NOW Show

September 23, 2013
Yogiraj Prem Prakash and Jane Yoga

I’m happy to host some episodes of Yoga NOW on cnow.tv and would like to share the 1st interview you with you. If you are interested in learning about how yoga can improve your life, sign up for a FREE Membership and check out our 2 minute free preview of the episode.

The Power of 1 Minute – Author Prem Prakash on Yoga NOW

In this 56 minute episode, I talk with Yogiraj Prem Prakash, author of Yoga American Style about:

• The body is not the problem • Fear, loneliness, & confusion • The simple definition of spirituality • Where is happiness • The power of 1 minute • Big Biker Dudes • And Much More…..

Watch the full length episode of Yoga NOW here.

When not writing (he’s authored 4 books and several audio products), Prem Prakash can be found teaching yoga and meditation in and around Middlebury, Vermont (including special classes for the Middlebury College football team). Yes, he’s certainly a yogi “in the world” (this is the definition of Yogiraj awarded to Prem Prakash by the Institute of the Himalayan Tradition). You can also find Prem Prakash in the forest splitting firewood to keep the Kailash Ashram nice and toasty during the snowy Vermont winters.

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Enjoy the show!

You can purchase previous episodes individually below too. Check out these blog posts.

Yoga NOW July Episode – featuring Ana Forrest, Seane Corn, Coby Kozlowski, Jordan Mallah, and Annie Carpenter

community, history, Yoga Philosophy

Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King

January 16, 2012

A lesson on ahimsa, non-harm, by one of the greatest teachers to ever live.

“Nonviolence means avoiding not only external physical violence but also internal violence of spirit. You not only refuse to shoot a man, but you refuse to hate him.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Yoga@Great Lawn

June 24, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010… 12,500 yogis gathered in Central Park on Summer Solstice.

On Monday, I headed down to NYC to assistant teach at Yoga @ Great Lawn, an event produced by Flavorpill and sponsored by JetBlue. 

Rain fell hard once we were all situated though the 10 minutes of yoga we did as a group made my journey all worth it.  I love Dharma Mittra (see 2nd image Left) and Elana Brower is great, the head teacher at this event.

Knowing that a yoga event of this magnitude is possible inspires me.  As the co-event producer for Liberate and BYC, I’m honored to have gotten an inside perspective. I learned a lot, had fun, and truly felt the power of yoga. 

Having my fellow teachers Patrick McAndrew and Margaret Dunn-Carver there with me from evolution yoga, as well as my dear friend Lisa Giordano, made the experience feel like home….

Through our yoga, we are always home!