Favorite Podcasts for Traveling Yogis

I’ve been traveling for years, but I’ve only recently begun to embrace podcasts. I now use podcasts when I fly, on long bus journeys, when I’m stuck in the car, and on nights when I cook dinner by myself. The podcasts I listen to definitely lean toward yoga, meditation, ayurveda, wellbeing, travel and adventure with a little entrepreneurialism thrown in for good measure…. are you surprised? As a globe-trotting yogi they’re saving my sanity. The following is a list of my favorites so far. Like I said… I haven’t been doing the podcast thing for very long, so if you have any recommendations send them my way. Here’s the list of my favorites.

Top 3 Yoga & Wellness Podcasts

Susanne Moscovitch of Yoga Crush

Susanne Moscovitch of Yoga Crush

1. Yoga Crush 

Suzanne Moscovitch’s podcast might be my favorite. Yoga Crush is definitely a podcast for yoga teachers, not just any yoga teachers, but those that want a thriving career teaching yoga. When I begin to start down the “self doubt” path (hey, I’m not perfect) this is the podcast I turn to. I like that she keeps it real, she’s been there too. She has been a hustling yoga teacher hopping around from studio to studio, so she gets it. Her guests all have thriving yoga careers… you’ll find honest stories and the occasional tip or trick to stay your path and thrive.

2. Yoga & Beyond

I love the educational and science based podcasts facilitated by Ariana Rabinovitch. Ariana interviews yoga and movement professionals about all sorts of topics… mostly about better movement. She has interviews with professionals like Tom Myers and Katy Bowman. I’m a fiend for anatomy and movement. I love it! And I can totally geek out on the anatomy part of my asana practice.

3. On Being

On Being is the opposite end of the spectrum… you’ll find beautiful podcasts with spiritual thinkers discussing big quesions like “What does it mean to be human, and how do we want to live?” Krista Tippett explores “these questions in their richness and complexity in 21st-century lives and endeavors. We pursue wisdom and moral imagination as much as knowledge; we esteem nuance and poetry as much as fact.”

Here is a link to one of my favorites with Seane Corn

My favorite Podcasts can be found on the following apps : Stitcher, Itunes, and Podcast Addict (among others).

What are you listening to?

Love and Light,


Autumn Adams
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