Episode 52: Gina Caputo on Strengthening Your Awareness & Emotional Support Bananas

Gina Caputo has so much to offer to Yogaland: In addition to practicing and teaching yoga for nearly two decades, she’s been on the ground floor of opening and managing three different yoga schools — Sacred Movement in Venice, California, Kansas Siddhi Yoga Studio, and and The Colorado School of Yoga in Boulder, Colorado. Gina also has a FANTASTIC sense of humor. One of my favorite things she says in this interview is, “Be sincere, not serious.”

On this episode, I asked Gina to share her thoughts and stories about self-awareness practice, specifically her recent experience of doing a 10-day silent meditation course. Spoiler alert: She made it through 10 days of silence! But not without some support from a banana or two.

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Gina’s full post about the meditation course: Tales from the Cushion
Gina’s website: ginacaputo.com
Gina’s school: The Colorado School of Yoga

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2 Comments

  1. I am a big fan of your podcast! Thank you so much for all that you do for yoga teachers, yoga practitioners, and yoga lovers! This podcast was great because I have also completed Vipassana few years ago and I could relate to Gina’s story so much! I could not help but smile and laugh as I listen to her experience.

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    • Thanks so much, Reika! It makes me happy to hear it. Warmly, Andrea

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