In this episode I chatted with Robert Moses.

If you want to know details about Roberts life and all the amazing events that led him into yoga, we did a podcast in the first season all about it.  It was so fascinating.  I will link the episode in these show notes.   Even so, his bio is worth reading.

Robert Sankara Moses has 50 years’ experience as a teacher of yoga. Born in South Africa, Robert studied architecture, travelled abroad and, in 1972, discovered yoga in the tradition of Swami Sivananda of Rishikesh, India. He served in the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers for 22 years, teaching yoga teacher training and advanced training courses worldwide. He founded and continues to co-publish Namarupa: Categories of Indian Thought, a magazine about the philosophies and arts of India.

Robert leads annual pilgrimages to sacred places of India.

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic,  Robert has been teaching Pranayama and philosophy courses on Zoom to students from around the world.

Robert took us through how he begins his day of a puja/ritual/habit, then some of the pillars of a good yoga practice for a beginner wanting to get into it deeper.  asana (postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises or breath work), Mantra (chanting) and meditation (concentration).

Robert is so easy to talk to, and we got a little deep at the end.   He is extremely knowledgeable about the energy of consciousness.
Again, I feel so lucky that these amazing humans are available to us all.
Please take a listen, and let us know if you have any questions.
Instagram:  @rmosesnamarupa
What is a Puja article:

(previous podcast) Robert Moses : Who he is and his journey into Yoga:

“The practice of yoga is a constant remembrance that we are consciousness only” ~ Robert Moses