The Yoga Voice Podcast. ~ Lawrence Jacob Milman

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on Jul 3, 2012
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The Yoga Voice Podcast with Lawrence Jacob Milman.

I first met Lawrence during an Anusara immersion in Sydney, Australia. Lawrence was already Anusara Inspired and had been a dedicated teacher for years. What I noticed right away was how engaged and curious he was in the material that he had studied time and time again. His desire to learn all that he can about the practice is clear. Its this desire and dedication that allows him to keep evolving as a student and teacher. Lawrence inspires others to do the same.

One year later I moved back to Vancouver only to find Lawrence teaching at Yyoga, a well known yoga studio/company in Vancouver, B.C. He calls many places home. Unfortunately his time in Vancouver was transitory. Sydney’s got him now.

Lawrence has a surplus of energy. I found myself getting more and more excited as our conversation grew legs. This is the longest podcast yet. Its worth it though. And for the first time in Yoga Voices long history we talk about John Friend.

Click here to download or stream the episode.

You can also download all the episodes for free by going to the Itunes store and searching The Yoga Voice Podcast.

Find Lawrence here and on his blog,

Thank you so much for listening. Enjoy this conversation.

Stacey is an amateur podcaster, dedicated student, anatomy enthusiast, motorcycle rider and Registered Massage Therapist (RMT). She hopes that The Yoga Voice Podcast adds to the deep conversation of yoga and becomes one more way we can learn from and inspire each other. She loves to discover peoples beautiful quirks and insights and share them with the global yoga community. You can download all episodes for free by going to the Itunes store and searching The Yoga Voice Podcast  or by going to Podhoster. Check out The Yoga Voice blog and Facebook page.

Editor: Carrie Stiles


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8 Responses to “The Yoga Voice Podcast. ~ Lawrence Jacob Milman”

  1. brent says:

    what is the connection to the picture of chris chavez?

  2. Stacey says:

    HI Brent, This was my first time posting with EJ and I didnt add a picture so they added one for me and it just so happens to be Chris Chavez! Lesson learned for next post. An anusara and Vancouver connection could be made I guess…..

  3. Mamaste says:

    Just intro'd on FB to : Yoga.

  4. Tara Judelle says:

    Stacy, Really enjoyed your podcast. You are so natural and inquisitive. I really got pulled into the conversation. And Lawrence is really compelling to listen to. Really enjoyed.

  5. Stacey says:

    Thank you Tara!!! Im loving what Im doing and yes, Lawrence is so compelling! LOVE and gratitude to you dear Tara. xo

  6. ted grand says:

    Great interview! So nice to hear Lawrence's history and his reflections on contemporary yoga. Thanks for this podcast. 🙂

  7. Stacey says:

    You're welcome! Lawrence was so great to talk with. If you are interested in hearing more you can download all episodes by searching The Yoga Voice Podcast in the Itunes store. Thank you for listening 🙂

  8. ted grand says:

    Thanks, Stacey. Oh, and I also liked hearing about the old days at Yaletown Yoga. It was a pretty sweet time. That wave of yoga in Vancouver was very sweet, fun and innocent.