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Introducing re: terrible yoga

December 6, 2019
Introducing re: terrible yoga

Remember that time back in July when I teased a new podcast I was working on with my friend? Well, a short five months later, it’s finally happening!

I am beyond excited to share re: terrible yoga with a (tiny slice of the internet) world. It makes me laugh and isn’t like anything I’ve ever made online before.

For context, my friend Elle and I first met in 2014 when we did our yoga teacher training together. We both taught at the same studio for a time before I moved to northern Ontario.

Elle and I are pretty much at the opposite end of the yoga spectrum. Elle loves to teach and practice strong, fast-paced flows. My jam is very long holds with lots of props (aka yin or restorative yoga). 

We love yoga. I don’t think I’m lying by saying the practice has had a significant impact on both of our lives.

But, we also hate yoga. There is a lot about the yoga industry specifically, and the wellness industry more generally, that really annoys us.

That’s what re: terrible yoga is all about. It’s a place where Elle and I can talk about how our personal practices are going (spoiler alert: not normally very well). It’s also a place for us to drag things that annoy us about yoga including but not limited to: yoga influencers, crystal water bottles, and $150 yoga pants.

re: terrible yoga is sassy, sarcastic and not too serious. I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed making it. Seriously, every time I edited an episode I would nearly cry from laughing so hard. So if nothing else, at least I think we’re funny.

You can listen at the links below. If you happen to like what you hear and want us to keep making episodes, leave us a review on iTunes. You can also support the podcast as a listen through our hosting platform, Red Circle. (Feel free to spend your money on literally anything else but us. But if you really insist, we have that option for you). 

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Hey! I'm Britt. I write about living a tiny, simple, intentional life. Because life doesn't need to be lived big.