Episode 118: J. Brown, “A testament to the practice is the person it produces”

J. Brown is a yoga teacher, former yoga center owner, blogger, and the host of the popular podcast  J. Brown Yoga Talks. On this episode, I ask J. about his yoga origin story as well as the current iteration of his yoga life — both online and off. J. also shares how the powerful words he said to his mother toward the end of her life have had a lasting impact on who he is today and helped lead him to yoga. J.’s mother died before he graduated from high school, and what he once saw as a wound he now sees as an event that has filled him with purpose and, ultimately, gratitude. PS: J. had me on his show a few months ago, the link is below if you want to check it out.

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  1. Hi Andrea,
    Love your podcast and wondered if you’ve read the book Magic Mala by Bob Olson? This may be someone you invite on your podcast in the future, he sounds very interesting and right up your alley!

    • Hi Donna: I haven’t read it — thank you, I will look it up!

  2. Andrea, what an awesome chat with J.Brown. I loved that I could hear a relaxed casual talk between two so insightful people. So many topics I was interested in. Thank you.

    • Thank you! It did feel very relaxed, which was a great experience on my end. Happy to hear that came through.

  3. I’m an avid J Brown podcast listener and stumbled upon your podcast about 6 months ago. There’s something so refreshing about your friendly, humanistic approach to your interviews. Thank you for introducing and having REAL conversations with different wellness practitioners.

    • Thank you, Heather!

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