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TT11: I Only Have One Thing to Teach: Stirha Sukha Asana

On today's episode I share the core of what I teach: Stirha Sukha Asana - and how working with polarity applies to yoga and everything we do - from breathing - to your heartbeat - to the cycles of nature. 
 
This is integrated into my upcoming retreat: Mindful New Year - Jan 17-19 in Austin, TX or online. Learn more at http://www.mindfulnewyear.com
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TT10: How to Avoid Burnout with Lisa Feder

Today I get to interview Lisa Feder. Lisa is an experienced yoga teacher, MBA and author of "A Year of Mindful Wellness." We talked about how to avoid burnout - and an experienced that Lisa had recently of realizing her cup was empty and how she navigated that. We talk about the need for intentions and directing our attention to be focused. We discuss how the simple gratitude practice Lisa...
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TT9: BBC: "Yoga Teachers Risking Serious Hip Problems"

 

There is a new article from the BBC called “Yoga teachers risking serious hip problems” https://www.bbc.com/news/health-50181155 In today’s episode I read through the article and share the one piece missing from the article - specifically how to apply this article to your practice and prevent serious hip problems. If you enjoy this podcast leave an honest review and...

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TT5: Which phase are you in?

Since I began teaching in 2011 I have noticed there is a pattern to how I have learned over the years. Once I noticed this pattern I asked other experienced teachers if they noticed it too. They did! I began applying it to how I learned going forward and it has helepd my practice stay interesting, engaging and evolving every year since.

PHASE 1: Study the Fundamentals: You've likely heard "you...

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