Episode 69: Jason Crandell — You Have to Trust That Yoga Works

We all struggle from time to time with the question — “Am I doing enough?” This week, Jason and I talk about this question and this fear in the yoga room. His clear message: Trust in the process of yoga. And return to the fundamentals of what we’re trying to teach (and learn) in yoga: To hone attention and discipline so that we can remain steady in the face of stress.


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  1. I loved this episode so much. This is just what I needed today.

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  2. Thank you for this episode! Could you share the name of the final song? I just loved it!

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  3. Exactly what I needed to hear. Thank you thank you xx

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  4. Another fantastic podcast. Thank you, Andrea and Jason.

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