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Each week, through long format interviews, host, Cora Geroux uncovers answers to tough questions about Teaching Yoga. How can we truly make our yoga spaces inclusive? Is it possible to make a sustainable living doing this work? How do we shift from cultural appropriation to appreciation in yoga? This show is a space for real, raw conversation, a place to remind you that you’re not alone, and a resource for your life and work on a spiritual path. Stay connected with your host, and follow the ...
 
NOT FOR BEGINNERS. These are live Vinyasa Yoga classes for students who already know basic alignment and want to flow. Philip Urso, Renee Deslauriers and other teachers of Live-Love-Teach Yoga School. We specialize in teaching Yoga Teachers the skills and presence to teach dynamic, synchronized vinyasa Yoga classes. Philip also posts "A Crash Course in Miracles" on iTunes. More info at www.liveloveteach.com or info@liveloveteach.com.
 
Long format interviews with the best yoga teachers, movement professionals and spiritual leaders from around the globe. Our aim is that each episode educates, inspires or provides useful information for both yoga teachers and practitioners from the best minds in the field. Connect with us on Instagram at:@interviewwithayogipodcast@wokeyogasydney Or online at our website:www.wokeyoga.com.au
 
Inspiring, spicy, fun, joyful and uplifting live and unplugged yoga classes taught by Pittsburgh yoga teacher Elsie Escobar. Classes range from strong beginners to advanced. They are 1hr or 1hr and 15 min. Depending on the level and length of the individual class they may include all or some of the following: a theme, meditation, pranayama, warm ups, sun salutations, standing poses, arm balances, hip openers, thigh stretches, backbends, forward bends, cool down poses and relaxation. Remember ...
 
We bare it all to shed shame and create connection in order to reclaim our power and celebrate the divine feminine. No topic is off limits, we'll dive into eating disorders, relationships, politics, travel, social justice, anxiety, sex, business and much more. Get ready for laughter and maybe some tears. Stripped is hosted by Tera Bucasas, a van living intersectional feminist introvert yoga teacher.
 
From yoga to alternative thinking and healthy living, to entrepreneurship, inspiration, interviews, and some behind the scenes look at my life, and current happenings, this podcast is going to offer a really nice balance of yin and yang, luna and sol, mindset and soul set.
 
The Freestyle Yoga Project.... Thrilling. Funky. A 21st century approach to movement and dynamic yoga.Based in Tunbridge Wells, we bring you classes guaranteed to build your strength, agility and mobility in myriad ways. The diverse ways we move and groove means you'll challenge yourself in different ways – every single time you come. Be it a mellow flow, familiar yoga positions, through locomotion work to pole work, handstands, hanging from bars, jumping, crawling & rolling!And here we are ...
 
Welcome to Searching For Satya, a podcast created by Joey Moehrholt. I created this podcast to connect more with my community-not just the yoga teachers and practitioners, but my other spouses and active-duty members. Aside from that, I will also be creating monthly meditations. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/searchingforsatya/support
 
Women are dropping out. They’re dropping out of the workplace to become yoga teachers. Leaving behind careers to sell essential oils and fitness programs. Opting out of STEM to focus on their Paleo diet cookbook. And even when they stay in, they’re spending their lunch hours talking about their latest diet, getting up from their desks to do burpees or add a few more steps to their FitBit, waking up early or staying out late to beat their bodies into submission at hot yoga or Crossfit. They’r ...
 
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As my guest today Eve White, points out in this episode, if we live in Australia, or North America we are living on stolen land. Knowing that, acknowledging country in the beginning of our classes is one small way that we as yoga teachers can pay our respects to the traditional custodians of the lands we reside on. In today’s episode, Eve shares wh…
 
On today's show, I speak with Katie Rose. Katie and I both live and work in Sydney, and have crossed paths professionally over the years. So we decided to keep this conversation a bit more casual, so you might find this show is a bit more conversational and less structured. However, we cover some really important topics around having a healthy rela…
 
In this episode, Cody and David have a deep conversation about the evolution of consciousness on the planet with two-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Hungarian philosopher of science, systems theorist, integral theorist, and classical pianist, Ervin Laszlo. He is an advocate of the theory of quantum consciousness, and author of over 90 books, includ…
 
On today's show I speak with Lizette Pompa, yoga studio owner & serial entrepreneur. Lizette has grown her Instagram following to almost 80k followers by showing up consistently, adding value and building relationships. This has allowed Lizette to grow an online subscription business using the playbook app, where she empowers women to build strengt…
 
Avita Bansee is a yoga teacher specializing in pre- and postnatal. The birth of her children and continued study in yoga philosophy, anatomy, pranayama and biomechanics inform her teaching and self-practice. Avita's group classes are centered on breath, strength and active rest while maintaining a sense of playfulness. Her work for the last seven y…
 
Did you know that issues with your digestive system, anxiety, and poor interpersonal boundaries can all be linked to hypermobility? If you’re thinking wtf, Cora? Then you’re not alone. On today’s show I speak with Libby Hinsley, a yoga teacher & physical therapist who specializes in treating hypermobile yoga teachers, and folks with yoga injuries. …
 
In today’s show, Snjezana Pruginic shares her journey from working 1:1 with clients as a Shiatsu therapist to bringing mindfulness and body based healing work into the criminal justice system. As well as the impact that mindfulness, emotional resilience and body based practices can have on individuals who are inside the justice system. Snjezana Pru…
 
Jenn Pilotti is a movement educator and personal trainer and has studied a variety of techniques, including strength and conditioning, yoga, Feldenkrais, bodyweight conditioning, MovNat, and dance/somatics. She has a B.S. in exercise with an emphasis in physiology from UC Davis, a M.S. in human movement from A.T. Still University and has taken a va…
 
What does it really take to run a successful yoga business? Mark Breadner has been teaching yoga for over 20 years, and in the last 5+ years he’s gotten as serious about business as he has been about yoga. The pay off for him has been more reaching more students, having more impact, and ultimately creating a better income and lifestyle for himself.…
 
In this episode Nadia talks to Keka Dasgupta about how we can break barriers and biases in business. TEDx and international professional speaker, Keka DasGupta jolts people out of autopilot and guides them to create the life of their dreams through her global platform called: The Art of Life-ing. Keka works with educators, parents and students on m…
 
Did you know that culture, society and politics determine what is considered beautiful at any given time or place? And that the idea of our “body project” (i.e. all the time, effort, money and mental energy we put into working on our bodies) is a relatively new, culturally constructed idea? Listen in as Melanie C. Klein, M.A., a sought-after empowe…
 
Isidora is a Registered Massage Therapist, provider of Medical Contemporary Acupuncture, yoga and Pilates teacher based out of Toronto. She holds additional certifications in FRC and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization. Her yoga teacher training program which we discuss in this episode and other educational offerings are through Modern Yoga Method.…
 
Today on the show we have our first ever return guest - JESAL PARIKH. You might remember Jesal from episode 1, where she and her co-host Tejal Patel on the underbelly of the yoga industry. But in case you haven’t listened in to that episode, Jesal (she/her/hers) is a yoga teacher, movement educator, podcaster, author, and disrupter working on creat…
 
On Today’s show I speak with Dr. Lauren Tober. I’ve been following Lauren’s work for a while now, and while it always resonated with me, I wanted to have Lauren on the show to speak specifically about how we, as yoga teachers, can make our classes safer spaces for students with mental health concerns - which, as Lauren points out in the interview, …
 
When I first came across the term post lineage yoga it immediately struck a chord with me. As I began to read more of Theo Wildcroft's blogs on the topic, for the first time, I started to have language around some of the things I had been pondering for the last several years in my yoga journey. Theo Wildcroft, PhD is a yoga teacher, writer and scho…
 
In this episode of Energy Matters, Allan Gandelman (David’s brother) joins David and Cody to demystify CBD, and discuss its healing benefits. Allan sheds light on how the hemp industry works, and how to really use CBD in the right way. Allan’s USDA Certified Organic CBD products: www.headandheal.com DISCOUNT CODE: energymatters Links: Energy Matter…
 
After the death of George Floyd on May 25th, 2020, there has been an awakening in the world, and the wellness community to the inequities that have oppressed Black, Indigenous and People Of Colour over the last several centuries. If you’re in the process of waking up and have been reposting, sharing and using your voice on social media to stand up …
 
On today’s show, I speak with my guest Arundhati Baitmangalkar about the business of yoga. And while I’m sure, you (like me), didn’t start out to become a business owner when you did your fist ytt, you’ve now realised that a business is exactly what you have. Right now, many teachers are realising for the first time that they are truly sole traders…
 
Today on the show, I speak with Norman Blair - Norman is an author, yoga teacher and advocate for teachers’ rights, living and teaching in the UK. While Norman has been practising yoga since the early 1990s (and teaching from 2001), I first became familiar with Norman's work when he published two viral articles in early 2019 called Let’s Talk About…
 
I’m going to go out on a limb here and assume that as a yoga teacher you probably started teaching because practicing yoga changed your life in some way. Maybe it helped you heal chronic pain or illness, or showed you a more skillful way of working with your mind. And because of those benefits, perhaps you felt compelled to learn more about yoga, o…
 
Anietie Ukpe-Wallace, also known as Tia, has had a life-long fascination with the human body and its inner workings. Beginning with a formal introduction to movement in college, she has continued that journey ever since. As a yoga teacher of 8 years in the Bay Area, CA, her practice morphed from one of structure and ego to one of humility and indep…
 
In today’s show, I speak with Ty Powers. Ty co-founded the Insight Yoga Institute and has been leading Buddhist mindfulness meditation retreats throughout the world for 20+ years. He completed the Spirit Rock Community Dharma Leader training program in 2003 and has led daylong retreats on issues concerning cultural diversity. He is also a Certified…
 
On today’s show, I speak with my good friend, yoga teacher and astrologer - Mark Ashmore. Some of you might remember Mark from episode 0, where he interviewed me, and helped to introduce the show way back in November of last year. Mark and I have known each other for years, and have even led yoga & astrology workshops together. I was really excited…
 
Today on the show, I speak with Dr. Krista Kuberry and Catherine Marquette of Yoga Alliance. My intention with this interview is to ask the questions that you, Yoga Alliance’s international members, especially here in Australia, wanted me to ask. I reached out to my own community in the teachers club, and created polls and posts on my Instagram and…
 
I know I always say this, but I am so excited to bring you this week's episode. I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Jivana Heyman, author of Accessible Yoga; Poses & Practices For Every Body, Founder and Director of The Accessible Yoga Organization - an international not-for-profit dedicated to bringing the teachings of yoga to communities …
 
In today’s episode, I speak with Manoj Dias, the founder of A-Space, Australia’s first drop in meditation studio. Manoj is also a global ambassador for lululemon, and was featured on the 20 Teachers Of Colour To Watch in 2020 list. I had the pleasure of meeting Manoj in person late last year when he came to Sydney to teach about anxiety and burn ou…
 
Last week my guest Eliana Chinea spoke about some of the issues that arise in the typical yoga studio model - and inside of The Teachers Club we questioned weather the studio model, as we know it, will go extinct. It's true that studio after studio are closing their doors. Many of them were in real financial trouble before the pandemic, and the clo…
 
In today’s show I speak with Constanza Eliana Chinea - a Latinx Yoga teacher living in LA. Eliana began teaching and consulting after noticing a need for diversity and representation in the industry. She now teaches Yogis and entrepreneurs how to decolonize their practice, create equity for teachers of color, and build inclusive spaces in the commu…
 
On today's show, I speak with Susanna Barkataki. Susanna is someone that I’ve been wanting to speak with for a long time - and I am so excited to share our conversation with you. Susanna is the founder of Ignite Yoga and Wellness Institute in which she currently runs multiple yoga teacher training programs. With an Honors degree in Philosophy from …
 
This has been so prevalent in everything I've seen, read, and scrolled by. Where is the empathy when people have different opinions and "research"? Where did genuine kindness go, and the ability to live and let live? Ahimsa is everything, and it's important now more than ever that we remember and act on it. I share more about this and how it ties i…
 
On today's show I speak with Rane Bowen & Jo Stewart of The Flow Artists Podcast. Jo & Rane also operate Garden Of Yoga, and I was really excited to speak with them because I think they have responded to the changes in our industry super quickly and intelligently while retaining their values. If you haven’t listened to the flow artists podcast befo…
 
We're in a strange time right now. Small businesses are struggling, and others have had to pivot HARD. How do you navigate the world of buying and selling during COVID-19? Samantha Rispoli joins me as a guest this week and we talk about a variety of topics. Why MLMs get such a bad rap, and how can you help small business during this time.…
 
Ely Bakouche is a fellow introvert, writer, editor and co-founder of Shut Up & Yoga. I reached out to Ely to talk alternative ways to be involved in yoga as a profession - without teaching a million classes per week - something that I think is especially relevant right now. We speak about running a digital yoga magazine - creating a team, respondin…
 
Alessandra Montana joins us from Tulum, Mexico to share her passion for sound healing, a practice that originated from her love for yoga. She talks about how can we use sound to help us through this time of crisis, ways to raise the vibration in our lives and we have a little discussion on how Bhakti yoga, and sound healing are all intertwined as o…
 
I feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to have Jo Buick as my guest at the our ever LIVE podcast recording. The show was tapped at AKA Yoga Studio on February 29th in Melbourne. Jo has been working as an educator and strategist in the social justice sector for over a decade and has bee teaching yoga for the last eight years. Jo has worked acro…
 
I sat down with Nikki to hear her thoughts on short and long term strategies for yoga and fitness teachers in a pandemic. Nikki Naab-Levy PMA®-CPT is a Pilates teacher, licensed massage therapist, and certified functional strength coach with over a decade of experience helping clients build strength and overcome injury. She holds B.S. in Exercise S…
 
Myra and I spoke before the COVID-19 Pandemic became a serious social and public health emergency. However, it’s been several weeks since I last put out the podcast, and I know I’ve found respite in the podcasts I love in the last few days. Taking dog walking breaks and listening to shows that have nothing to do with the pandemic have been healing …
 
In this episode of Energy Matters, Cody and David discuss what an intuitive program training is, how it has enriched their lives, and who can benefit from taking. Level 1 of Cody and David's 18-24 month Intuitive Training begins March 24th at 5:00pm Pacific Time. Join the intuitive training interest list to receive more information at: https://ener…
 
Nicole is one of those people that I definitely felt was way too cool to talk to me, especially since we scheduled the interview, Nicole is now the face of Nike's Spring 2020 Yoga campaign. Not to mention her plentiful accolades, multiple not-for-profit businesses and the fact that she is an all around changemaker in wellness - I felt truly lucky t…
 
William Arntz, creator of the hit film, What the Bleep Do We Know, & author of How to Suffer in 10 Easy Steps, joins Cody & David for this episode of Energy Matters. William shares his background as a laser physicist, and his experience with meditation and mystery schools that led him to creating his books and movies. 5:33 The inspiration for “How …
 
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