Episode 65: Lizzie Lasater — Taking the Longview of Yoga Practice

Lizzie Lasater teaches the pleasure of deceleration through Restorative yoga workshops and digital trainings. Lizzie is the daughter of venerated yoga teacher Judith Hanson Lasater, so I was keen to pick her brain about how yoga was (successfully! without rejection!) passed onto her.

Lizzie also offers great tips for incorporating Restorative Yoga into everyday life. And, as she’s witnessed both of her parents growing older and benefitting from lifelong yoga and meditation practice, Lizzie talks about the importance of taking the longview with asana practice.


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  1. I can’t tell you how much I get from listening to your podcasts Andrea. And, I’m embarrassed at how long it’s taken for me to comment!
    I live in Shanghai and access to teachers is not so convenient. Your interviews are a constant source of inspiration for my own practice, parenting and teaching. I recommend them to everyone !! So, Thank you!
    A small thing- Ive never been able to find the show notes to the podcasts. I’m not the biggest techy so apologies if its staring me in the face. Any tips? China’s great firewall can often impede internet dependant stuff but i’m not sure it’s that. Many thanks

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    • Thank you, Kate! I’m so happy to hear that! I realize that maybe my show notes pages just don’t seem very note-y like other podcasts. I’m just referring to this page that you’ve commented on — when the occasion calls for it, I include links to books and web sites that guests refer to. I had initially planned to do transcripts for each interview but don’t have the resources yet. All best, Andrea

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