Episode 228: Jason talks about the six cores of yoga

Today, Jason shares his approach to the six cores in yoga — the philosophical core, the traditional hatha yoga core, the respiratory core, the skeletal core, and the two muscular cores.

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2 Comments

  1. Fascinating talk, very much like the concept of using as wide a definition of core as possible especially when challenging the requests from some students for classes focusing only on their core muscles – by which they mean rectus abdominus! Thank you

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  2. This was a great episode! Thank you – I really loved the different ways to break down ‘the core’ – and how the more historical concepts are still relevant in defining these concepts of ‘core’. Thank you both

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