This down-to-earth podcast by Andrea Ferretti (former executive editor of Yoga Journal) will keep informed and inspired to practice yoga. Topics run the gamut f... Ver más
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The Yoga of Parenting with Sarah Ezrin
This week, I speak to yoga teacher, writer, and mama Sarah Ezrin about her new book, The Yoga of Parenting: 10 Yoga Based Practices to Help You Stay Grounded, Connect with Your Kids, and Be Kind to Yourself. As Sarah points out right at the beginning of the episode, there are far more than just 10 practices in this book. There are 34 to be exact, but more importantly it's just brimming with both creative and science-backed ideas to help you grow as a parent, increase those oh-so-essential self-regulation skills, and foster connection with your kids.Tune in to hear how Sarah has applied these practices in her own life, how she balances being a content creator with social media boundaries, how yoga helped her recover from her own tumultuous childhood.Shownotes: yogalandpodcast.com/episode297 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
5 Essential Ideas for a Healthy Spine in Yoga
Jason joins me this week to share 5 essential ideas for a healthy spine in yoga.How to distribute your physical and mental attention for optimal spinal health while practicingOne of the riskiest moves for the spineHow shielding ourselves from back pain can lead to a weak backWhether the spine twists from bottom to top or from top to bottomWhen it's beneficial to round the spine (and how we often forget to do this!)👉 I've linked to some sequences focusing on the lower back as well as upper back, shoulders, and neck. Find them on the shownotes page here: yogalandpodcast.com/episode296🧘🏽♀️ Don't miss these two training opportunities with Jason!In person + online Hybrid Yoga Teacher Training in London -- learn more here: jasonyoga.com/hybridEssential Yoga Anatomy (online training) -- learn more here: jasonyoga.com/anatomy Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Yoga for Hypermobility with Libby Hinsley
Libby Hinsley is a yoga therapist and a Doctor of Physical Therapy living with Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. Suffice it to say, she is the expert on yoga for hypermobility. Her new book, Yoga for Bendy People: Optimizing the Benefits of Yoga for Hypermobility. This book is so needed in the yoga community and in the medical community, where a dearth of clarity and education abound.We cover a lot ground in this episode, including:The difference between being flexible and having joint hypermobilityWhat yoga teachers can do if they suspect that a student is hypermobileLibby's experience of getting diagnosed and how challenging it was to find healthcare providers who understood the systemic affects of hypermobilityHow hypermobility affects proprioception, body mapping, and strengthThe connection between hypermobility and neurodiversityWhether or not stretching is beneficial for bendy peopleAs you'll hear in this episode, hypermobility is complex and you can't absorb it all in one podcast. That's why I've decided to feature this book as my next Yogaland Book Club selection. To join the club, go to my Substack here and enter your email to subscribe: yogaland.substack.comYou can join the club for free, or if you'd like to join an exclusive Q&A with Libby and have access to all of the posts, you can join as a paid member.Go to the shownotes page for the links and resources that were mentioned in this episode! yogalandpodcast.com/episode295 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Everything You Need to Know About Practicing & Teaching Pigeon Pose
Learn the best way to practice, teach and troubleshoot one of Yoga's most important hip openers: Pigeon Pose. In this episode, Jason breaks down the Yoga Anatomy of this essential hip-opener and shows you reliable ways to troubleshoot the knee discomfort that some students experience in this pose. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
5 Essential Ideas for Healthy Hips in Yoga
Jason joins me this week to share 5 essential ideas for healthy hips in yoga.Also: Jason's Essential Guide to Yoga Anatomy is open for enrollment! 🎉 Get the details and register at: learn.jasonyoga.com/anatomy Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This down-to-earth podcast by Andrea Ferretti (former executive editor of Yoga Journal) will keep informed and inspired to practice yoga. Topics run the gamut from nitty gritty technique (her yoga teacher husband Jason Crandell often joins to help with this) to down-to-earth conversations about how to apply yoga's lessons and tools to help craft a happy, balanced life.