Lara does a great job of providing listeners with a true sampling of what's out there for yogis today by speaking with some of the most inspiring individuals in the community. My one critisim of this podcast is the sound quality which is not always great. Often interviews are conducted over the phone and you sometimes get to hear Lara's dog in the background (which is actually kinda nice). If it weren't for the pretty strait forward Q & A format, you might believe you were overhearing a casual conversation. Yet Lara sticks to a loose script so you can look forward to hearing different answers to questions you've heard posed before to others. It reminds me a little of the pleasure of practicing familiar poses in order to gauge progress in your practice. At this point I laugh to myself when a guest responds with "ooh, good question..." Heck, I've heard it before and if I were going to be interviewed by someone, I might first listen to some of their other interviews. As a yoga instructor and mom living off the well-beaten yoga path, I have thoroughly enjoyed Lara, her interviews and her guests. I feel blessed and grateful to have tripped upon this gem and I highly recommend this podcast to all my yoga friends!