Posts From Darren Iammarino

Darren Iammarino

Dr. Darren Iammarino specializes in comparative religious studies, interreligious dialogue, and philosophy of religion. He earned his doctorate in philosophy of religion from Claremont Graduate University in 2010. His most recent book—Religion and Reality—explores an alternative methodology for facilitating enriching interreligious dialogue. In addition to his academic pursuits, he is an avid podcaster and yoga practitioner. Darren cohosts the Om My Goodness Podcast, which is on all podcasting platforms. He is also the creator of Yoga Bhavadhara.

Yoga Bhavadhara Part One…Making the Case for a New Form of Yoga

T. Krishnamacharya, the grandfather of Modern Postural Yoga, made the following intriguing statements in his book Yoga Makaranda in 1935, “It is not true that those people [Westerners] are not

Yoga Bhavadhara Part Two…A New Yoga for a Constantly New You

There are eight components to the Yoga Bhavadhara program out of respect for the longstanding tradition of “8 limbs,” steps, or auxiliaries in ancient India. However, the eight categories are

3 Reasons Why Millennials Must Create a New Form of Yoga

1. Millennial age yogis and yoginis often value: social activism, the right to choose one’s identity, and they denounce marginalizing or discriminatory actions/speech. Yet, they still may not have transcended