Decolonising Yoga with Angie Tiwari

Angie Tiwari is a yoga, meditation and breath work coach specialising in diversity, accessibility and inclusion. Her teachings show how we can incorporate powerful ancient rituals in modern day life. 

Angie has been listed as one of eight women breaking the bias in sports, fitness and wellness by Women's Health Magazine and her retreats have achieved multiple accolades, including being listed as one of the best in the UK & Ireland by The Times and the best for beginners by Condé Nast Traveller. 

Angie has collaborated with businesses who want to learn about wellness, diversity and accessibility through corporate coaching sessions, hosting, featuring on panels, and speaking with the media on topics across wellness, South Asian culture and trusting your intuition. UNEARTHED is her wellbeing community platform that I am a proud member of. It’s aim is to connect you with ancient Indian rituals to apply in your modern day life.

In this episode, we take a deep dive into the whitewashing of yoga and how we can all learn to appreciate the practice rather than appropriate it, and create meaningful change so that is respectful of its roots and inclusive of all bodies. 

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For accessibility reasons, a video version of this conversation is available to watch here.

This episode was produced and hosted by Venetia La Manna. It was edited by Nada Smiljanic. The artwork was designed by Alex Sedano and the music was composed by William Haxworth.

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