#10 – Adam Whiting

This interview is really special to me, because I know Adam and got to train with him when he first started teaching(in Charlotte, NC).  We actually went through the... See More

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#10 – Adam Whiting #10 – Adam Whiting

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This interview is really special to me, because I know Adam and got to train with him when he first started teaching(in Charlotte, NC).  We actually went through the same teacher training at the same studio, just three years apart(me being 3 years later).  I always enjoyed his classes, and there’s no mistake why his classes were always packed.  It’s such a thrill to be able to reflect back, and ask him about his time then, and the journey to where he is now, an international yoga teacher.  One of the first things that people recognize of Adam Whiting (eRYT-500, YACEP, 1 Giant Mind Certified Meditation Teacher) is his laugh.  His smile is generous and immediate and his passion for yoga is contagious. Adam leads classes, workshops and trainings that are full of anatomical precision, intelligent sequencing, and potent philosophy.  His musical training is integrated throughout his teachings in spirited kirtans and soft serenades in savasana.  In 2014, Adam moved to Sydney, Australia to become a Lead Facilitator for Power Living Australia Yoga. In the three years he was in Australia, Adam headlined Wanderlust yoga festivals, celebrated World Yoga Day by practicing asana on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, sang Kirtan at the Sydney Opera House, taught workshops all over Australia and New Zealand, and guided hundreds of students through 200 and 500 Hour teacher training programs. He appeared in the publications Yoga Journal Australia, Happi Yoga and Collective Hub. He is currently back in the recording studio writing and producing a new album with James Lyell from Flight Facilities, scheduled to be released in 2019.

www.adamwhitingyoga.com

@adamwhitingyoga

on IG and FB

This interview is really special to me, because I know Adam and got to train with him when he first started teaching(in Charlotte, NC).  We actually went through the same teacher training at the same studio, just three years apart(me being 3 years later).  I always enjoyed his classes, and there’s no mistake why his classes were always packed.  It’s such a thrill to be able to reflect back, and ask him about his time then, and the journey to where he is now, an international yoga teacher.  One of the first things that people recognize of Adam Whiting (eRYT-500, YACEP, 1 Giant Mind Certified Meditation Teacher) is his laugh.  His smile is generous and immediate and his passion for yoga is contagious. Adam leads classes, workshops and trainings that are full of anatomical precision, intelligent sequencing, and potent philosophy.  His musical training is integrated throughout his teachings in spirited kirtans and soft serenades in savasana.  In 2014, Adam moved to Sydney, Australia to become a Lead Facilitator for Power Living Australia Yoga. In the three years he was in Australia, Adam headlined Wanderlust yoga festivals, celebrated World Yoga Day by practicing asana on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, sang Kirtan at the Sydney Opera House, taught workshops all over Australia and New Zealand, and guided hundreds of students through 200 and 500 Hour teacher training programs. He appeared in the publications Yoga Journal Australia, Happi Yoga and Collective Hub. He is currently back in the recording studio writing and producing a new album with James Lyell from Flight Facilities, scheduled to be released in 2019.

www.adamwhitingyoga.com

@adamwhitingyoga

on IG and FB

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Andrew Gordon

From radio host, to yoga studio owner, Andrew Gordon ties together both worlds for Bleav In Yoga. Andrew has interviewed some of the biggest celebrities including Will Smith, to figures in yoga-like modern day guru, Anand Merhotra. Whether you practice and/or teach yoga doesn’t matter. Bleav In Yoga offers compelling content that is both human and yoga-centric.