Episode 172: What we learned in 2019

Can you believe this is the last Yogaland episode of 2019? This week, Jason and I reflect on the many ways we’ve changed and grown during the past year, we talk about our favorite episodes, the year’s biggest challenges, and what you can expect from us in 2020.

Here’s a quick overview of the episode:

* How Jason’s teaching has shifted in the last year + a few of my biggest moments of the year

* We look back at some of our favorite episodes of the year. (I had such a hard time picking!)

* What have been our biggest challenges of the past year

* We let you in on what new and exciting projects you can expect to see from us in 2020

* Plus, we talk about some major events from 2019, like the passing of YogaWorks founder Maty Ezraty, and how they impacted our lives.



Episode 170: Seane Corn’s Revolution of the Soul

Episode 165: Yoga as a Haven Through Breast Cancer with Susanna Harwood Rubin

Episode 155: Creating a Pranic Budget with Sarah Kucera

Episode 158: Closing the Wellness Gap with Nicole Cardoza

Episode 160: The Science of Stretching (and Strength!) with Jules Mitchell

Episode 159: Live Q&A: Thoughts on Creating Authentic Content and Curriculum

Episode 161: The Getting to Know You Episode



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Episode 219: Tapping into our resilience

As the world edges ever close to the one year mark of being in the midst of a pandemic, many of us are feeling weary. This week, Jason and I talk about resilience -- how it's been tested and how we tap into it using the tools from our yoga practice both on and off the...

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  1. Really enjoyed your insights into the complicated world of teaching all levels, Jason and how you used teaching math to all levels as an example. Brilliant.
    And , andrea thank you for reminding us to be tender to ourselves and keep a sense of humor through The holidays.. I’d like to add to the holidays, and ALWAYS !
    Peace to you both and to your precious daughter.

    • Hi Patti: With our new web site I somehow missed your comment! Yes, yes always gotta keep the humor. Thank you for your kind words and happy holidays! Andrea

  2. Wrapping up the year with such a wonderful Podcast! I have been listening to your Podcasts for quite sometime now and they are very helpful in practising and living Yoga. Thanks

    • Thanks so much for your kind words, Kratika. Happy holidays! Andrea


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