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The Yoga Pro Podcast

Mar 17, 2023

Staying present and mindful in business can be hard for even the most dedicated yoga professional.


In this episode, Anne Muhlethaler joins us to share insight and tips for how she keeps herself tuned into her inner voice in a noisy world.


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Anne is a 250 RYT yoga teacher and a certified mindfulness and meditation teacher who has studied with Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield as well as taken many workshops with world-renowned teachers such as Sally Kempton, Pema Chödrön, and Annie Carpenter.

She teaches on Zoom and through guided meditations on her website, YouTube, Instagram and via her podcast, Out of the Clouds.




-Anne’s yoga introduction

-Letting go of perfection in your business

-Mindfulness in the midst of turmoil

-Getting clear on who what kind of experience you want to provide

-Digging deeply into your intention to find your purpose

-Mindful communication in your business

-How to stay present when running your business

-Listening to your inner voice

-Why journaling can help you be more mindful in your business

-Where yoga philosophy and ethical principles fit in to running a business

-Finding trust in yourself through the Yamas and NIyamas

-Reclaiming passion and leaning in to all of your interests

-Finding gratitude in troubling situations

-How she found her passion

-Intergenerational downloads

-Non-attachment and finding your authentic self by releasing judgements



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Connect with Anne:






Podcast Out of the Clouds:


Guided meditations:


Podcast Waking Heart


For one on one meditation sessions:


Coaching and consulting practice:


Stephen Colbert and Anderson Cooper interview


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Music:  The State of Things (The Bouncy Song) by Rena Wren is used with permission.