Podcast Episode 28: Kino MacGregor

Kino MacGregor is one of the most celebrated Ashtanga yoga teachers in the world with over a million followers now on Instagram. And though it would be easy to chalk up her fame to a winning mixture of beauty, charm, and physical skill – you’d then be missing the REAL reason Kino is who she is and where she is.

As the author of 4 books, including her most recent, The Yogi Assignment, a co-creater of Om Stars, an online channel for yogis, producer of six videos, and one of a select group of teachers certified to teach Ashtanga by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, Kino is like a true force of nature.

Of course, this isn’t the first time I’ve interviewed Kino. So I already know how smart, driven, and incredibly disciplined she is.

In fact, Kino is a contributor and on the cover of the Ashtanga Dispatch Magazine II

So I already know how determined and dedicated she is. Though I’ll admit, she can also be somewhat guarded and perhaps with good reason. But not this time. In fact, in today’s episode of the Ashtanga Dispatch yoga podcast, Kino opens up about her personal  struggles, both on the mat and off.

Image by Meghan Powell from the Second Series Ashtanga Dispatch

And in a pure candid moment – Kino responds to the critics who say videos are no way to learn Ashtanga.

 

Stay tuned after our interview for a very special offer from Kino to try out her new Om Stars channel – as well as exciting news from Ashtanga Dispatch.

Also , thank you to our good friends who support this podcast over at Patreon.

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The Ashtanga Dispatch Podcast is edited and produced by Chris Lucas – and hosted by me, Peg Mulqueen.






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Comments

  1. was looking forward to hear that but really can’t bare the poor sound quality and stopped after 2 minutes…
    It’s easy and cheap these days to reach a good enough sound quality… hope you will improve that aspect one day.
    Thank you

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