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  • 01:02

    Law of Attraction - What Makes You Glow?!

    in Spirituality

    Join Anna K. as she interviews Denise Deniger...
    Denise fell down the yoga rabbit hole in 1996 and has been immersed in the practice, study and teaching of yoga ever since. She completed her first yoga teacher training with Bikram Choudhury in 1998, and gave birth to Dallas' first Bikram yoga studio in 2000.  While living in Dallas, she also became a Licensed Massage Therapist and studied Thai Massage in Chiang Mai, Thailand.  
    Her journey then took her to Boulder, Colorado where she trained and performed as a Circus Artist, performing aerial dance, tight-wire, and contortion. During that time, she also studied Sanskrit at Naropa University, completed her second yoga teacher training at Core Power Yoga, and discovered the teachings of Tibetan Heart Yoga and Buddhism. Inspired by the union of Yoga and Dharma, Denise embarked on a path of in-depth study and advanced yoga certification through the Yoga Studies Institute and the Asian Classics Institute and continues to immerse herself in the deeper teachings of yoga and Buddhism delivered exquisitely by her Teachers: Lama Sumati Marut, Cindy Lee, and Kelly Lindsey.  Find out more about Denise here!

  • 00:20

    Meagan McCrary Talks Everything Bikram Yoga

    in Health


    Welcome to Everything Yoga: Smart, Simple & Straightforward with your host Meagan McCrary, giving yoga a real voice from a practical perspective.


    L.A.-based yoga teacher and freelance writer, Meagan McCrary has immersed herself in the American yoga scene, taking classes, researching and interviewing prominent teachers for her upcoming book, “Pick Your Yoga Practice: Exploring and Understanding Different Styles of Yoga” (New World Library, 2014). Over the upcoming weeks she will be breaking down the most popular yoga styles, starting on today’s podcast with Bikram Yoga.


    Twent-six poses and two breathing exercies done in 105-degree heat with 40 percent humidiity for 90 minutes—Bikram Yoga is going to challenge you on every level of your being. Meagan will not only explain, in detail, what the practice entails but also offer her take on the good, bad and ugly of Bikram Yoga. The ugliest lately being the scandal involving style founder, Bikram Choudhury, who faces sexual harassment charges from a former student and studio owner. 


    To connect with her visit: facebook.com/meaganmccraryyoga and please feel free to message Meagan with any questions concerning yoga, and she'll do her best to address them on the show. 

  • 00:20

    Meagan McCrary Talks Everything Bikram Yoga

    in Health

    Welcome to Everything Yoga: Smart, Simple & Straightforward with your host Meagan McCrary, giving yoga a real voice from a practical perspective.
    L.A.-based yoga teacher and freelance writer, Meagan McCrary has immersed herself in the American yoga scene, taking classes, researching and interviewing prominent teachers for her upcoming book, “Pick Your Yoga Practice: Exploring and Understanding Different Styles of Yoga” (New World Library, 2014). Over the upcoming weeks she will be breaking down the most popular yoga styles, starting on today’s podcast with Bikram Yoga.
    Twent-six poses and two breathing exercies done in 105-degree heat with 40 percent humidiity for 90 minutes—Bikram Yoga is going to challenge you on every level of your being. Meagan will not only explain, in detail, what the practice entails but also offer her take on the good, bad and ugly of Bikram Yoga. The ugliest lately being the scandal involving style founder, Bikram Choudhury, who faces sexual harassment charges from a former student and studio owner. 
    To connect with her visit: facebook.com/meaganmccraryyoga and please feel free to message Meagan with any questions concerning yoga, and she'll do her best to address them on the show. 

  • 00:14

    Bikram Yoga with Tiffany Friedman

    in Health

    Tiffany Friedman is the the Director of Bikram Yoga Manhattan Beach.
    After a lengthy career as a professional dancer, actor and acrobat, she received her share of injuries and needed a healing method of exercise. She found Bikram Yoga and instantly became hooked. She has been practicing at least 5 times per week for 12 years.  Tiffany has a deep understanding of the yoga and a passion for sharing her knowledge with others. She has now owned the yoga studio in Manhattan Beach for nearly four years and is a certified Bikram Yoga instructor.
    Tiffany  is inspired by her favorite teacher, Emmy Cleaves, who is still practicing and teaching at 85 years old. While Tiffany’s classes are tough and she is a stickler for precise practice, she injects a healthy dose of humor into her classes as well. The sequence itself can be difficult enough, so she wants you to smile and enjoy your practice.  She teaches kids classes, prenatal classes as well as the Beginning series of Bikram Yoga.  Her passion for yoga gives her a thrill as she shares her knowledge with as many students as possible.
    Listen to Jules Mitchell, director of the South Bay Yoga Conference, interview Tiffany about all things Bikram.

  • 00:35

    Searching to fit into society and life

    in Lifestyle

    Interview with Ankur Choudhury
    Topics of conversation:
    Reflections of sudden death of mother Summary of life and the tough phases Searching to fit into society and life Reflective thoughts on life Ankur Choudhury, born in India (1987) came to U.S.A in August 2005. Hoping to start a new life he joined college at Rutgers University, NJ. With an ambitious mind to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in the field of Engineering, life seemed to have been moving with time. But don’t they say that along with the blessing of life comes the curse of fate?  Since his mother passing, life turned into a ride downhill, as academic progression, health, friends, home - all became victims of this cursed fate. To this day the struggles and pain can only be seen behind his eyes, some scribed within this book. To this day the struggles and pain can only be seen behind his eyes, some scribed within this book.
    Final Destination Ankur Choudhury
    Xlibris (2011)
    ISBN 9781456864446
    Reviewed by William Phenn for Reader Views (4/11)


    Read the review on ReaderViews.com

  • 00:35

    Final Destination

    in Poetry

    Interview with Ankur Choudhury
    Topics of conversation:
    Reflections of sudden death of mother Summary of life and the tough phases Searching to fit into society and life Reflective thoughts on life Ankur Choudhury, born in India (1987) came to U.S.A in August 2005. Hoping to start a new life he joined college at Rutgers University, NJ. With an ambitious mind to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in the field of Engineering, life seemed to have been moving with time. But don’t they say that along with the blessing of life comes the curse of fate?  Since his mother passing, life turned into a ride downhill, as academic progression, health, friends, home - all became victims of this cursed fate. To this day the struggles and pain can only be seen behind his eyes, some scribed within this book. To this day the struggles and pain can only be seen behind his eyes, some scribed within this book.
    Final Destination Ankur Choudhury
    Xlibris (2011)
    ISBN 9781456864446
    Reviewed by William Phenn for Reader Views (4/11)


    Read the review on ReaderViews.com

  • 00:45

    "Bikram Yoga VP Shows Us How Yoga Can Make Your Relationship Sizzle"

    in Health

    Rajashree Choudhury, one of the most knowledgeable yoga masters in the world and Vice President of the world-renowned Bikram Yoga, will be joining us on Rose Cole Radio on October 21. We are pleased to have Rajashree with us to share her advice on how yoga can revive your relationship and add sizzle where it may have fizzled.

    Movies like "Couples Retreat" are urging us to value that time away from the every day stressors and yoga can be an escape that won't break your bank. Rajashree will be showing us how yoga can fully concentrate us on strengthening the bonds in our relationships while keeping us fit and fabulous at the same time.

  • 00:45

    How Women Can Stay on Top of Their Game?

    in Business

    Join us as we interview Rajashree Choudhury, world renowned expert yoga therapist for women. She has a treat in store for us on how to really relax and stay on top of our game while we shuffle life and business.

  • 01:30

    Joe Milford Hosts Robert Kelly

    in Poetry

    Writing career
    Kelly has published more than fifty books of poetry and prose, including Red Actions: Selected Poems 1960-1993 (1995) and a collection of short fictions, A Transparent Tree (1985). Many were published by the Black Sparrow Press. He also edited the anthology A Controversy of Poets (1965). Kelly was of great help to the Hungryalist group of poets of India during the trial of Malay Roy Choudhury, with whom he had correspondence, now archived at Kolkata.

    Kelly received the Los Angeles Times First Annual Book Award (1980) for Kill the Messenger Who Brings Bad News and the American Book Award, Before Columbus Foundation (1991) for In Time. He also serves on the contributing editorial board of the literary journal Conjunctions.

  • 00:30

    "A Conversation with Andrea and

    in Politics Conservative

    Bangladeshi journalist Shoaib Choudhury tells of his incarceration and torture at the hands of Islamists. Dr. Richard Benkin stands by him.

  • 01:30

    FREE CHOUDURY FROM DEATH

    in Politics

    Atlas interviews ATLAS ON THE AIR TONIGHT TO DISCUSS HOW WE THE PEOPLE CAN SAVE CHOUDHURY

    SPECIAL GUEST: DR. RICHARD BENKIN, THE TIRELESS ADVOCATE WHO STRUGGLED TO SECURE THE RELEASE OF CHOUDHURY, PENDING HIS TRIAL ON OCTOBER 12th

    CHOUDHURY WAS RELIEVED OF HIS SECURITY DETAIL YESTERDAY AND ATTACKED TODAY BY THUGS VICIOUSLY TODAY.