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Best Elena Brower podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Elena Brower podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Navigate and master life's transitions with bestselling author Elena Brower. This is your invitation to PRACTICE YOU. On the PY Podcast, expect raw, real inquiries into relationship, lifestyle, healing, education, spirit, service, ancient practice, and modern wisdom. Expect explorations that uplift our understandings, stories to support our strengths, and lessons in compassion to amplify our love. Together we’ll elevate humanity to spark, share, and sustain wellbeing. Welcome to PRACTICE YOU.
 
Andrea Ferretti spent more than a decade as an editor at Yoga Journal interviewing inspiring yoga teachers, creative thinkers, and wellness experts. Now, on Yogaland, Andrea talks to insightful people about all things related to yoga and the path of self-awareness. From how yoga is being used in schools, to how it rewires our brains, to nitty gritty anatomy advice, to the simple ways it helps us navigate emotions. Yogaland is a dose of weekly inspiration that focuses on creating a happy, hea ...
 
YOGA SESH offers alignment-focused Vinyasa Yoga and restorative Yin Yoga classes by Caitlin Rose Kenney. Episodes include short (30-55 minutes) and long (60-75 minutes) yoga classes for experienced yogis. Each session begins with Caitlin Rose sharing her creative process designing the class and then dives into a unique sequence of asana, breath work, and stillness. Her soothing voice and articulate instructions make practicing yoga a ritual to look forward to and the best part is that you ca ...
 
We talk to NYC's finest yoga teachers about the Practice, Relationships and Spirituality.
 
I want to help you create your dream job and the most amazing life for yourself! Gry and her guests share their stories and tips on how to create a successful business and become a better you! We can all change the world for the better, and Gry would love for you to join her in doing so.
 
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Ask questions, invite clarity, create meaningful practices, and author your prayerful reality for the coming year. Your downloadable guide for our session is linked below; honoured to serve you as you welcome yourself to 2020. https://elenabrower.com/practice-you-live-2020/By Elena Brower
 
Last week, Jason shared what to do when you feel like you've taught the worst yoga class of your life. This week, he’s sharing a few tips for getting in the right headspace before you teach so that you’re more likely to show up for class feeling calm, present, and confident. We cover: * How to get grounded before you teach a yoga class -- and why t…
 
All yoga teachers have their off days. Even those who are as experienced as Jason. This week, Jason’s back on the podcast to share his insights on how to recover from those times when a yoga class you’re teaching just doesn’t work out the way you hoped it would. He shares: * Why the class you’re teaching probably isn’t going as badly as you think *…
 
Happy New Year! It’s so good to be back for another season of Yogaland. My wish for you in this new year (and new decade!) it’s to develop compassion for yourself. And in this episode Jason and I talk about why compassion plays such a huge role in personal development and why you have to learn to be kind to yourself before you can show up for other…
 
On the transition from lack and doubt to worthiness and trust--along with the recognition that there is indeed a better way, with Natalie and Andy Goddard + James and Roxane Bybee.By Elena Brower
 
On the beauty and merit of hard work, and the gift and responsibility of creativity. On using your commerce to touch the lives of those in need, and the healing that comes with giving and receiving help. Satya Scainetti is the founder and designer of Satya Jewelry. A philanthropist, yoga teacher and Reiki healer, Satya lives a lifestyle dedicated t…
 
On unraveling blocks in the body, the healing that wants to come through you, and the merits of staying curious. Andi Keh is an artist and natural fabric dyer in Brooklyn, NY. She is the illustrator of The Moon Deck. Born and raised in Southern Indiana, her love for creating began as early as she can remember. Painting murals on her bedroom walls a…
 
On daily neuroliteracy, teaching your nervous system to listen expansively, and five profound yet simple steps to shift unintentional programs to intentional responses. Lisa Wimberger is the founder of the Neurosculpting® Institute. She holds a Masters Degree in Education, a Foundations Certification in NeuroLeadership, and Certificates in Medical …
 
Yoga Sesh Podcast offers alignment-focused Vinyasa Flow & Yin Yoga classes by Caitlin Rose KenneyThis generous Yoga Sesh is an invitation to take an archaeological dig into your own inner landscape and re-remember that you have the desire and capacity for both inner connection and connection with the outer world. The class begins with breath awaren…
 
Thank you so much for your donations to Yoga Sesh Podcast! Your support directly funded the registration of my yoga school with the Yoga Alliance. The School of Regenerative Yoga offers a 200-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training in Sri Lanka March 28th - April 24th, 2020. Go to www.caitlinrosekenney.com to learn more about this program and other classes,…
 
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 a quick overview of the episode: *We talk about how Jason’s teaching has shifted in…
 
On Staying Present for Yourself and Your BusinessBy Elena Brower
 
This week, Jason and I are tackling another common question that modern yoga students ask: Is yoga enough to keep you healthy? Or do you need to do other forms of exercise to stay fit? The answer, of course, depends on the goal. But we chat about our own thoughts as long-time practitioners and weigh in on some of the benefits we’ve noticed from add…
 
On Nature as healing modality and connecting force. On the magical mycelium all around us, and the greatest natural solution for climate change. An award-winning cinematographer, director and producer whose notable career spans more than four decades providing breathtaking imagery using his time-lapse, high-speed and macro cinematography techniques…
 
International yoga teacher and activist Seane Corn joins us this week. Seane recently added another title she says she never thought she’d hold to her list of accomplishments: Published author. Her new book, Revolution of the Soul, is a powerful mix of personal narrative and a thoughtful unpacking how yoga and mindfulness practices + other healing …
 
On the experience of being yourself, the ancient illusion of hierarchy, and true humanity--being both fully human and fully divine. MEGGAN WATTERSON is the author of REVEAL, The Sutras of Unspeakable Joy, The Divine Feminine Oracle, and Mary Magdalene Revealed. She is a feminist theologian with a Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity …
 
Whether you're yoga teacher or a student, you've witnessed:⁠ ⁠ ** The Moaner -- The student who seems to be enjoying class a leetle too much.⁠ ** The Rebel -- The student who's just gotta do their own thannnng (and ignore what the rest of the class is doing)⁠ ** The Savasana Protester -- So what if everyone's in Savasana? She's kicking into Handsta…
 
For decades Yoga Alliance has been the main credentialing body for yoga teachers and schools. But the organization has been widely criticized for being nothing more than a list service that teachers feel required to pay for. Over the past few years, the leadership at Yoga Alliance has changed and current CEO, Shannon Roche, is my guest this week. M…
 
One of the more polarizing topics in modern yoga is the merits (and potential dangers) of attending yoga in a heated room. (To be clear, we're not talking about Bikram or Bikram-derived sequences in this ep; but vinyasa in a heated room.) So, this week Jason and I share what we believe are the pros and cons: How can you assess whether it's better f…
 
The Ritual of Recovery: Elena's first spoken word piece to honour her five years of sobriety.
 
On healing in all its forms; muscle-centric medicine, gut healing, evidence-based healing modalities and the importance of soul family. Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is a Washington University fellowship trained physician in Nutritional Science and Geriatrics and is board certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulation. Dr. Lyon works closely with t…
 
The scent of lavender wafting from every local yoga studio’s doors may be a relatively recent phenomenon, but essential oils have been used to bolster health and well being for thousands of years, says this week’s guest Elena Brower, who is a New York yoga teacher and Doterra wellness advocate. If you’re curious about how essential oils work, which…
 
Support the Work — I am adding more content to Yoga Sesh Podcast and need your help. Please consider making a one-time donation of $15 to support free yoga classes available to practice anywhere in the world.Up until now, Yoga Sesh Podcast has been completely self-funded. I want to add more content, including guided meditations, and need your suppo…
 
Yoga Sesh Podcast offers alignment-focused Vinyasa Flow & Yin Yoga classes by Caitlin Rose KenneyInspired by her time spent with honeybees and the sacred geometry embedded into hive-life this live-recorded Vinyasa Flow class opens with a meditation practice that connects the right and left sides of the brain. This is a rich practice titrating betwe…
 
On racism as a curable heart disease, the ever-expanding gift of mindfulness, and what it means to stay awake and responsive in these times with care and wisdom. Ruth offers us an invaluable meditation to close. Ruth King is an Insight Meditation Teacher and Emotional Wisdom author and consultant. She is on the Teachers Council at Spirit Rock Medit…
 
It's October. Which means it's Breast Awareness Month. It's not an easy month for breast cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, or for those who have lost loved ones to the disease. So, for this episode I spoke to Susanna Harwood Rubin, a yoga teacher who has been raw and real about her own struggle with breast cancer this past year. Susanna share…
 
On owning our anxiety as a sacred cue to wake up and remember ourselves. On becoming our own eternal support system. Practical tools to soothe and serve--yourself and others. Length: 56.10 Timecodes: Breathing. [2:38] Teachers and singing. [4:00] Using discernment to reduce anxiety.[4:45] Power of playing.[6:45] Planning your meals. [9:00] Surface …
 
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