#2 Sebastian Valensi

Sebastian Valensi is a teacher in yoga and Eastern philosophy. Born and raised in Patagonia, Chile, he was introduced to Eastern philosophy early in his life as his dad was a Thai Chi and Qi Gong teacher. However, it wasn’t until later that he chose to change his life completely and explore the ancient Eastern traditions. I was so lucky to have Sebastian as a philosophy teacher during my 200 hours teacher training at Santosha and I am very grateful for this opportunity to reconnect with him again for the YAY!YOGA podcast. In this episode we talk about Eastern philosophy and Tantra, how to teach from these traditions with integrity and authenticity, and much more interesting topics. 

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Connect with Sebastian Valensi

Instagram: @aries_sv
Facebook: Sebastian Valensi
YouTube: Sebastian Valensi

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#1 Anna Scott Miller

Anna Scott Miller is an Amsterdam-based yoga teacher with an extensive background in both practicing and teaching movement. From a very young age she started practicing gymnastics and throughout the years her practice and teachings gained more and more focus on self-development. In this episode of the YAY!YOGA podcast we talk about Anna’s self-practice, her teaching style and how she empowers students to explore their own needs and capabilities. We also talk about Black Lives Matter in the yoga world and Anna shares some great resources to educate ourselves on this topic.

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Connect with Anna Scott Miller

Instagram: @annascottmilleryoga
Facebook: Anna Scott Miller Yoga
Website: www.annascottmiller.nl

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