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The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast is a place where yoga teachers can tune in each week to learn, connect with community and gain inspiration. After a yoga teacher training it can feel like being left out in the wilderness for yoga teacher entrepreneurs. The business side of yoga is often not talked about as much as philosophy, anatomy and other topics covered in a yoga teacher training. This podcast addresses the questions and challenges that yoga teachers face. Hear interviews with yoga te ...
 
Calling all yogis, mystics, and spiritual practitioners! Welcome to your destination for the wisdom and tools you need to step into your role as a spiritual leader in today's modern times. We are being called to support others with our work, and make more impact with our gifts. Come learn exactly how to do this with the diverse tools of the Spiritual Leader including: yoga, astrology, tarot, psychology, alchemy, spirituality, divination, and ritual. No crystal will be left un-turned, and no ...
 
This podcast is for yoga teachers and explores the craft of teaching yoga, as its own practice. We love asking questions about why we teach something the way we do, how we could be more expansive and inclusive in our teaching, and how we can continue to grow and evolve in our teaching practice. Occasionally we veer into other topics that affect the yoga teaching profession more broadly like marketing, unionizing and vaccines. We believe the depth that arises in teaching comes from inquiry an ...
 
Don't know your Asana from your elbow? Or think Karma is what happens when things don't go your way? ​ In these fun and thought provoking episodes I share more of myself and make the theory of yoga and mediation feel accessible. ​ I do all the reading of texts, and package the teachings up into fun and playful episodes. Expect story telling, insights from my own life and mediation practices which have all helped me loosen up!
 
Want to roll up your mat and find yoga and mindfulness in your day-to-day life? Living Yoga is a podcast that features interviews with leading voices in mindfulness, holistic health and spiritual activism. It’s hosted by author and yoga teacher Darren Main and features guests who are experts on topics like mindfulness, meditation, stress management, nutrition, exercise physiology and much more! If you want to learn how to live your best life, then subscribe now! Thanks again for listening an ...
 
Welcome to the MagicPower Podcast - this show has the power to quickly transform your life and become the most empowered and happiest version of yourself - way easier that you think! How?!? With my background of studying alternative medicines and my own incredible spiritual experiences I´ll guide you step by step through the process of awakening your true inner power, discovering your life´s purpose and accessing the incredible power of your mind. PLUS I am interviewing some of the leading e ...
 
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More than ever before, yoga teachers and other spiritual practitioners are being called into spiritual leadership. People need guidance, and support on their biggest life questions: Who am I? What is my purpose? Am I on the right path? The spiritual leader is primed to provide this guidance, but proper training is required. Learn more about what sk…
 
Our students' movement patterns directly impact their pelvic health, and their pelvic floor impacts their movement patterns! With those two aspects of our students’ health so intertwined, it’s really important that yoga teachers understand the nuances of that relationship. We are so lucky to have longtime yoga teacher, teacher’s mentor, and yoga fo…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 308: Time to Rest and Refuel with Shannon Crow Description: As yoga teachers, we all know that we cannot pour from an empty cup. We cannot give to others or connect with others, nor do our most creative and meaningful work when we're feeling exhausted, drained, and depleted. That’s why it’s important to take time …
 
Colin Dunsmuir, founder of True Yoga and author of How to Find Stillness Within, talks with J about the teachings of TKV Desikachar and the nature of yoga transmission. They discuss Colin's decision to forgo the final stages of authorization in Ashtanga Vinyasa and become a yoga therapist, the training process he went through, distinguishing charac…
 
In July of 2005, Alanna released her very first podcast. Over the years, this podcast has evolved and grown to serve the needs of the yoga, spiritual, and modern mystic community. Hear Alanna talk about her podcast journey, and the intentions for this new iteration of the program!By Alanna Kaivalya, Ph.D.
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 307: Taking Diet-Culture Out of Ayurveda with Diane Finlayson Description: One of the harmful messages that we get in the broader health and wellness industry and in the yoga world is arounddiet culture. How does it show up in Ayurveda as well, and what can we do about it? Diane Finlayson shares her insights. Dian…
 
Hamish Hendry, owner of Astanga Yoga London and publisher of Pushpam Magazine, talks with J about tirelessly teaching a daily Mysore program in London for over 25 years. They discuss the purpose of chanting, avoiding dogma, finding Ashtanga Vinyasa in the late eighties, becoming authorized or certified back when and how it changed, ways in which he…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 306: Is There More Room for Online Yoga? with Sadie Nardini Description: If you have ever had the thought that “everyone is teaching yoga online, why should I add to the mix?” or felt like “someone else has already done what I want to do, why should I even bother”, you are not alone. Sadie Nardini answers the ques…
 
Lisa Petersen, somatics innovator and yoga teacher, talks with J about the cross pollination of somatic movement modalities and traditional yoga. They discuss her training at Vivekenanda Kendra, defining a felt inner sense experience, Body Mind Centering and Hanna Somatics, resetting the nervous system, pandiculation instead of stretching, delibera…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 305: Kicked Out of Yoga [Part 2] with Chioma Njoku Description: Learning and unlearning is part of our journey as yoga teachers and as humans. In Episode 275, Shannon shared stories from people who had been kicked out of yoga class or made to feel unwelcome in yoga spaces. Chioma Njoku, podcast listener, shared a …
 
John Stirk, author of Deeper Still, talks with J about the non-material aspects of yoga and the importance of noticing. They discuss the influences of R.D.Laing, J. Krishnamurti, and Vanda Scaravelli, sensation and awareness, touching the inner void, the value of not knowing, making a contribution to the field of shared energy, that which lays beyo…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 304: How Are We Still here? with Rebecca Sebastian Description: Have you ever felt like you wanted to quit the yoga industry? You are not alone. Shannon Crow, host of The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast, and Rebecca Sebastian, host of the Working in Yoga Podcast, chat about what it’s like to feel like quitting - an…
 
J takes a moment to break from his usual format to reflect on the challenges of the last year and share some of his biggest take-aways. He talks about his daughters mental health struggles and the medical care she has received, conclusions on the results of his MRI and persistent hip pain, scientific lenses in the alternative health sphere, knowing…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 303: Ayurveda for Better Digestion with Mona Warner Description: Ayurveda is considered yoga’s sister science but it is still not widely understood in the yoga community. Why is there such a strong focus on digestion in Ayurveda and how does it tie in with yoga? Mona Warner shares her expertise on Ayurveda and dig…
 
Richard Rosen, author of Yoga by the Numbers: The Sacred and Symbolic in Yoga Philosophy and Practice, talks with J about keeping yoga vibrant despite life's challenges. They discuss Richard's long-time friendship with Rodney Yee, the Piedmont Yoga Center, Iyengar method in the early days, teaching headstand and shoulderstand, the appropriate use o…
 
Ariele Foster is a doctor of physical therapy and the founder of Yoga Anatomy Academy, a no-nonsense, evidence-based resource for learning yoga anatomy and movement science. She runs an integrative physical therapy clinic in Washington DC (and via telehealth). In addition to teaching online courses and an anatomy mentorship through Yoga Anatomy Aca…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 302: Yoga for Grief & Loss with Susan Andersen Description: Most people have personal experiences with loss in its many forms - loss of a loved one or pet, loss of a home or job or business, and even during COVID, the loss of normalcy. Grief is a normal part of loss but how can yoga support us in these times? Susa…
 
Elisa Malinverni, author of Yoga for Recovering Addicts: Stories of Hope and Ways of Self-Healing, returns to talk about overcoming addictions. They discuss the ways media and society distort information about addiction, the moral high horse, the open drug scene in Berne in the eighties and nineties, opposing positions on what addiction is, the sur…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 301: Trauma and Business Ownership with Nicole Lewis-Keeber Description: Everyone goes through events and/or experiences that cause trauma, and they can have an impact on how we show up in and run our businesses. Yet, this isn’t something people often talk about. Nicole Lewis-Keeber shares their insights about nav…
 
Adam Bucko, author of Let Your Heartbreak Be Your Guide: Lessons in Engaged Contemplation, talks with J about prayer and divine grace. They discuss Adam’s childhood in Poland during the totalitarian regime, a life-defining experience in India, working with homeless youth, occupy wall street and social change, monasticism, being present with your pa…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 300: Celebrating 300 Episodes! with Shannon Crow Description: The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast celebrates 300 episodes! In this milestone episode, host Shannon Crow talks about some of the things that have helped her stay consistent with putting out the podcast and answers some questions from listeners! We are s…
 
Bernie Clark, author of the Your Body Your Yoga Trilogy, talks with J about the completion of the third and final volume on the upper body and the larger picture of biomechanics and yoga. They discuss functional vs ascetic approaches to the body, stressing tissues, what air line pilot cockpits tell us about human variation, anti-fragility and stabi…
 
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 299: Yoga for Menopause with Niamh Daly Description: About half the world’s population experiences menopause at some point in their lives, yet it is still not very well understood and people at this stage of their life may not get the support they need. Niamh Daly fills in some of the gaps we may have in our under…
 
Rick Olderman, author and creator of the Fixing You® Method at Home Course and for Health Professionals, talks with J about his systems thinking approach to addressing pain. They discuss the limitations of traditional physical therapy education, incorporating Anatomy Trains and Hanna Somatics, biomechanics and common patterns of dysfunction, J's bo…
 
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