"The Business of Yoga" with Amy McDonald

“Living the Eight Limbs of Yoga. Jennie Lee is a certified yoga therapist who has spent two decades coaching people in the healing tradition of classical yoga mediation. She is also the author of two books – Breathing Love: Meditation in Action, and the award winning True Yoga: Practicing with the Yoga Sutras for Happiness & Spiritual Fulfillment.” – Amy McDonald

"Get Over It!" with Monique Chapman

Sharing strategies for maintaining our inner equilibrium and peace and how to choose a response from love, even in turbulent times. Also hope for those have been frustrated trying to meditate.

"Light on Living" with Lisa Berry

Talking with Lisa Berry about what ‘Breathing Love’ really means in daily life.

"8 Limbs of Yoga" with Shannon Crow

“Jennie opens up about her life challenges and how The 8 Limbs have helped her navigate the hardest times, how she applies it to her work as a yoga therapist, and her new book Breathing Love: Meditation in Action.” – The Connected Yoga Teacher

"Out Of The Fog" with Karen Hagar

Get out of your fear fog and into your love zone.

“Jennie Lee changes how we look at love; from something to be acquired and preserved, to something to be realized and breathed.” – Karen Hagar, Empower Radio

"Conscious Loving" with Simran Singh

Speaking with Simran about the powerful spiritual practice of conscious loving.

"All About Healing" with Emily Francis

Listen to Jennie and Emily explore the power of healing on Healthylife.net.

"Breathing Love: Meditation In Action" with Lisa K.

Lisa K. asks some probing questions about how we can expand our capacity to love and what that feels like on this podcast about Breathing Love.

"Energy Awareness" with T. Love

Filled with laughter, Jennie & T. Love talk about how simple it is to choose love and what a profound difference it makes to your happiness!

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"Inside Personal Growth" with Greg Voisen

In this interview, Greg Voisen and I talk about the wonderful effects of meditation and mindfulness, how these practices can help us heal emotional scars while bringing in more love for ourselves and others. Creating a practice of stillness allows us time to check in, get centered, self-reflect.  These moments help us manage stress, to listen to our inner needs and to respond with self-compassion.  We address questions like: What beliefs about love do I hold that are not uplifting me?  Do I have judgments about love? And how we can overcome these to open to a new experience of more expansive love.