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Episode 37: Q&A W/ Jason: On Teaching, Self-Care, and Forgiveness

Jason takes on questions that surround yoga teaching this week including:

– To use Sanskrit while teaching or not?
– How to care for yourself during an injury?
– How do you help individuals find their unique pose in the midst of a group class?

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
In Praise of Moving More Slowly
In Praise of the Quiet Class
When Students Behave Badly, Part I
When Students Behave Badly, Part II
5 Tips for New Yoga Teachers
5 Ways to Reinspire Your Practice
A Clear Approach for Dealing with the Stresses of Teaching Yoga
10 Yoga Teachers Share Their Real Life, Post-Teacher Training Tips

MUSIC
David Szesztay — Lucky Day
David Szesztay — Traveller

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Episode 36: Q&A With Jason: Yoga…Not One-Size-Fits-All

The Q&As with Jason are back! On this episode we talk about hopping back to Plank Pose, what happens when your wrists won’t cooperate in arm balances, and tips for Triangle Pose. The BIG TAKEAWAY is this: Not all poses work for all bodies. Take that in. Let it bum you out. Then listen to the episode and let that truth set you free.

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Hamstrings Sequence (helpful if you’re working on Triangle Pose)
Bakasana Sequence
Parsva Bakasana Sequence
Vasisthasana Sequence
Eka Pada Galavasana (Flying Pigeon) Sequence
Pose Notebook: Bakasana (Crow Pose)
Pose Notebook: Tittibhasana
Pose Notebook: Eka Pada Bakasana I

MUSIC
David Szesztay — Gondola
David Szesztay — Sunny Street

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Episode 35: Kelsey Crowe, PhD on What to Do When Life is Scary, Awful, and Unfair to People You Love

On this episode, I talk to Kelsey Crowe, the co-author of the book, “There is No Good Card for This: What to Say and Do When Life is Scary, Awful, and Unfair to People You Love.” Although it’s not a “yoga” book written by yogi authors, so much of the approach and the advice reminded me of things we practice in yoga, that I was inspired to share it. For me, this book is part empathy primer and part emotional intelligence manual. It’s funny, it’s written with zero judgment, and it’s filled with helpful and achievable ideas that can help all of us connect to each other more and to support each other when life gets tough.

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
There Is No Good Card for This: What to Say and Do When Life is Scary, Awful, and Unfair to People You Love
Help Each Other Out
Emily McDowell Studio

MUSIC
David Szesztay — Welcome Home
David Szesztay — Sweet Water

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Episode 34: Sally Kempton — What’s a bad-ass, angry yogi to do?

I bet you can conjure it up pretty easily: The image of the calm, benevolent yoga teacher who NEVER GETS ANGRY. You might wish that you were that person. And perhaps such people exist. But the rest of us mere mortals get pissed sometimes. And sometimes getting pissed is OK and warranted. The question is, how do you take your anger and channel in ways that are positive? And how do you learn and grow from your anger? What’s beneath the subtext and how do you cope?

I’m happy to have back on this episode to answer all of my burning, raging rage questions. This is one of my favorite episodes to date! I’d love to know if you found it helpful.

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Sally Kempton’s Awakened Heart Meditation Teacher Training
Sally’s Telecourses
Learn about Durga! And Kali! And all the goddesses with Sally’s book: Awakening Shakti

MUSIC
Shana Falana – Brainy Fox
Steve Adamyk — Not a Witness
Joshua James Hunt — On My Mind

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Episode 33: Bex Urban — Best Yoga Retreat Ever

This week’s episode will be inspiring for yoga teachers and logistically helpful for the teachers out there. It’s all about creating successful yoga retreats. And while it may seem like anachronous timing to think about yoga retreats while the world is in such a state of turmoil, going on retreat is an an effective way to deepen your yoga practice and to nourish the essential parts of yourself. When you come back from a retreat, you feel revitalized so that you can do the work you need to do in the world.

My guest on this week’s episode, Bex Urban, has been leading successful yoga retreats for more than a decade. Bex was introduced to meditation by her Dad when she was four years old (he is still an avid meditator) and met the Dalai Lama when she was 12. These early experiences with spiritual life continue to inform her approach today — she is equal parts mystical and practical with an innate ability to meet here students where they are and offer them the exact tools they need.

RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
bexurban.com
Online classes with Bex!: On YogaAnytime.com

MUSIC
Jahzzar — Siesta
Ketsa — Always Late
Podington Bear — Funk

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