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Episode 44: Tiffany Cruikshank — Self Care Ideas for Spring’s Transition

Although most of us welcome the transition from winter to spring with open arms, it can actually be taxing on the body. This week Tiffany Cruikshank comes on to talk about ideas for making the transition a smooth one. Tiffany is a renowned yoga teacher and the founder of Yoga Medicine. She’s also a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and ran an acupuncture clinic at Nike headquarters for years. Tiffany offers her unique perspective on how to modify our diet, asana, breathwork, and meditation for spring. She also (very patiently) answers my questions about the ways that Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine overlap.

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Tiffany’s web site, Yoga Medicine, has a schedule of many different ways to study with her. (And registration is now open for this upcoming Shoulder: Anatomy, Dysfunction, and Treatment module!
Tiffany’s book: Optimal Health for a Vibrant Life

MUSIC
Ryan Cullinane — Smooth Space with Drums
Breakmaster Cylinder — Key Cards
Ryan Cullinane — Beach Vibes with Drums

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Episode 43: Q&A W/ Jason – Sacroiliac Pain, Tailbone Cues, & Wonky Knees

Hi everyone!

This week, Jason comes back to Yogaland to answer your questions, specifically:
– Is the cue ‘flatten your tailbone’ correct or outdated?
– Why do yoga teachers tell us to flex the foot in Pigeon Pose? How does it protect the knee?
– Why is sacroiliac pain such a pain in the a$$?

Thank you to all of you who have sent in questions!

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Essential Sequence for Back Pain
Yoga and Your Hips, Part I
Yoga and Your Hips, Part II
Yoga and Your Hips, Part III

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Podington Bear — 60’s Quiz Show

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Episode 42: Maty Ezraty on Leading with Communication and Love

Maty Ezraty is a genuine pioneer of yoga in the U.S. One of the original co-founders of YogaWorks, Maty is a true teacher’s teacher. On this episode, Maty shares stories from her early days as well as how her practice has changed with age. She also shares her approach to mentoring teachers and students, which is an alchemy of communication, love, and meeting people where they are.

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Learn more about Maty and find her schedule on her web site: MatyEzraty.com

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Velella_Velella — 3 To The 6 To The 0
Podington Bear — A1 Rogue
Shana Falana — Cloud Beats

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Episode 41: Deborah Burkman — You Are Enough

In this age of insta-celebrity and everyone chasing their 15 minutes of fame, it’s refreshing to talk to a long-term, successful yoga teacher. Deborah Burkman is one such person. She’s been teaching for 17 years, in many settings, and loves her job. She’s not famous and, at this point in her life and career, she’s grateful for that.

We talk through some nitty gritty logistics, e.g., how long it took Deb to feel confident and financially stable in her teaching and how she crafts a balanced schedule for herself. But this podcast has some great reminders for trying to find contentment in any career path. One of her main messages: Find your purpose and come back to that. And know that who you are is enough.

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
MoveWith.com: Take audio classes with Deborah online. Sign up by 4/10 and enter code PRESSPLAY-DB for 30 days free!
Deborah Burkman Yoga
Video Classes with Deb on Yoga Journal

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Jahzzar — Charity
Jahzzar — Yesterday

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Episode 40: Alexandria Crow on Transparency in Yoga Teaching

Alexandria Crow grew up in a fundamentalist Christian family and her grandfather was a traveling preacher. These days she travels the country teaching yoga — and it recently dawned on her that there are parallels between the two. Because of this, she’s careful about not cultivating a guru persona — her hope is to teach her students to use the yoga’s tools to investigate on their own and think for themselves. We talk about this idea of being “transparent” as a teacher, the role of charisma in teaching yoga, and the vulnerable place that students can unconsciously find themselves in if they have a teacher who isn’t clear about their role and boundaries.

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Alex’s web site — Yoga Physics
Questions for My Mother — Alex’s most recent essay on YogaPoetica
The Art of Teaching Yoga: 3 Ways I Stay True to My Teaching Style

MUSIC
Jahzzar — Sappy
Krackatoa — Turtleneck Foxtrot
Podington Bear — A1 Rogue

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