visit the archives of my internet radio show!
it’s called the Vibrant Health Revolution show.
one of my favorite shows is Build Your Home Yoga Practice
This show is especially for those interested in cultivating a more consistent mindfulness practice. Although I’ll be focusing on yoga, the content and principles can be applied to other fitness or meditation activities. I’ll discuss:
- the benefits of a consistent yoga practice (deepen your practice while saving money!)
- simple strategies for making it doable and FUN!
- basic yoga practice sequencing and safety
- and my favorite yoga posture resources
see you on air! 😉
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…asks a follower from my proyogi tumblr blog...
i get this question all the time. people frequently say they’ve never taken a class quite like mine. i have even had a 18-year yoga practitioner tell me that i was the best teacher she ever had-i was really touched and honored.
i always say i’m a gypsy when it comes to my yoga training because i studied all over. my yoga training journey is a bit unusual and convoluted so bear with me as i relay the story briefly.
i was actually reluctant to start teaching. in june 2003, my first yoga teacher told me to pick a night in the fall. she wouldn’t take no for an answer. so i threw myself headlong into independent study. i practiced daily and taught 5-8 classes per week. that summer was crazy!
i was always interested in taking formal training, but i couldn’t find the right teacher. actually taught for 4 years before going to yoga teacher training. when i finally Continue reading
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got this question in the mail…
Hi! I was wondering if you could possibly recommend music for a practice. I have been using the same music for awhile and would love a change but I don’t have a clue how to go about finding good music!
first of all… playlist playlist playlist
i have NEVER found a yoga cd that i’d play straight through a class all the way in the same order.
because i teach vinyasa flow classes, i adjust the playlist to complement building of the sequence toward a crescendo and then following it into a cool-down and final meditation.
For meditative centering and savasana:
John Hughes & Anuvida & Nik Tyndall
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i woke up with the most beautiful no-chaturanga flow in my head this morning. so flowy. so juicy. so good.
my shoulder plus ouch
last night, i went to sleep with a very hurty shoulder. when i woke up, it was even more hurty, even though i had tried to sleep carefully.
it’s been going on for about 3 weeks; i jammed it while lifting my heavy steel bike up some stairs. blegh!
until today, i had been doing ardha chaturangas and down dogs, but when i woke up, my shoulder was like, hells-to-the-no!
so i listened to my body… and to this flow that woke me up. and went outside on the front lawn to practice next to the water, under a blue sky with seagulls coasting in the breeze.
and here, i’ll share it with you Continue reading