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Yoga Nidra or “yogic sleep” is a deep relaxation practice similar to a body scan meditation. This is often practiced with a guide or audio recording leading the experience but can be practiced alone. The intention of Yoga Nidra is not to fall asleep, but to remain conscious on the threshold of waking and sleeping. This creates awareness of deep held physical...
My name is Jeremy Devens and welcome to the Yoga Teacher Training Podcast!
This podcast is all about learning yoga, as a teacher, as a student, and going on this long and lifetime journey from student to teacher, back to student, back to teacher. I’ll share what I've learned, in my experience. I’ll talk to experienced teachers and we’ll discuss what's working for them...
In this video you'll learn
* A simple mindset shift you can make to avoid living with tight hamstrings and thinking that was the only option (like i did for many years)
* The most common mistake to make in yoga practice and how you can avoid making it moving forward
* A simple technique to release shoulder tension that often works within a few minutes
This is the first episode of my new weekly...
"If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you." - This quote speaks to the power of understanding Pluto in your chart. The last in our series of exploring the planets of Vedic Astrology and the last of the outer planets that are not traditionally included in Vedic Astrology....
In the yoga tradition, there are five directions energy can move.
When the movement of energy up and out is dominant, this can create a vata (air element) imbalance.
This manifests as anxiety, fear, restlessness, worry, doubt. Also physically as digestive issues, cold limbs, and headaches.
To bring balance, we want to do the opposite. Emphasize moving energy in and down....
In this FREE online workshop you will learn the best of everything I've learned over 2000+ hours of trainings and 4000+ hours of classes taught. Learn common mistakes to avoid and new approaches to yoga based on modern exercise science, rooted in the origins of yoga.
For my first 5 years of Yoga my hamstrings were tight. I stretched them often, so what was I doing wrong? I'll address this and the biggest mistakes I made in my first 10 years of practice so you can avoid them. With some easy adjustments you can start building strength, flexibility and balance today. Enter your email to begin: