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Shira Cohen- Yoga therapist & writer

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The Yoga Therapy podcast, find out how Yoga therapy MOVES YOU INTO LIVING WELL. Authentic conversations with Yoga experts sharing tips, advice and stories of how Yoga therapy changes lives through self-agency. Join us and hear stories of healing, health, wellbeing and wholeness.
 
This podcast is a venue for sharing topics in the field of yoga therapy today. Whether you are a yoga teacher, yoga therapist, healthcare provider or individual with curiosity, this is the the place to learn about the latest ideas, personal healing stories, research and work that is cutting edge, and making a difference.
 
Welcome to the Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy and Meditation Podcast. Breathing Deeply is a Yoga Therapy and Meditation School, founded by lead teacher Brand Passalacqua in 2014. We hold online and in-person Yoga Therapy Foundations and IAYT accredited Advanced Programs and retreats along with Meditation Programs, mentor certifications and holistic weightloss with Being At Peace with Food. Breathing Deeply is made up of an active and thriving community of yogis, caregivers, therapists, teache ...
 
Hi, this is Amy Wheeler and i have had the good fortune to travel the world learning about Yoga Therapy on a global scale, meeting many of the leaders in the field along the way. I want to share with you what i am learning as i interview our colleagues. My hope is that together we can reduce the suffering of all sentient beings through our work as YogaTeachers and Yoga Therapists! Topics we will cover: Sciences of Yoga Therapy Yoga Therapy Research The Art of Yoga Therapy Relationships in Yo ...
 
These podcasts are interviews with Larry and world class instructors in the Yoga Therapy Rx and Prime of Life Yoga program at Loyola Marymount University. Larry Payne, Ph.D. is a founding father of Yoga Therapy in America and an internationally respected yoga teacher and back specialist. He is co-author of 5 books including international Best seller “Yoga for Dummies” and most recently Yoga Therapy and Integrative Medicine. Larry is co-founder of the International Association of Yoga Therapi ...
 
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In today's episode, Amy chats with Anneke Sips (RN) founded Network Yoga Therapy and The Yoga Therapy Conference in Amsterdam and is a bridge-builder in the field of yoga therapy for mental health in The Netherlands internationally. Anneke is a Yoga Teacher and Therapist (C-IAYT) who has been working in the field of Psychiatry since 1998. With her …
 
Lauren Mason, yoga therapist and educator specialising in prenatal, postpartum and infant loss, shares her story with Shira. We discuss how yoga helps emotional and mental wellbeing, and yoga therapy is about bodymind inquiry and asking the kind of questions to help self-agency and empowerment. We talk about pedagogy, teaching teachers, creating pe…
 
Today, Breathing Deeply founder & lead teacher, Brandt Passalacqua is sitting down with Tiffany Johnson, a CAYT accredited yoga therapist and a graduate of the Breathy Deeply Advanced Yoga Therapy Program to talk about Yoga Therapy & Complex PTSD.Tiffany is going to speak about a client she worked with as part of the Advanced Program Practicum. Tif…
 
In this episode I interviewed Joseph LePage. Joseph founded Integrative Yoga and Integrative Yoga Therapy in 1993, and is a pioneer in the field of Yoga therapy training programs. He began teaching yoga therapy in hospital settings in 1995 and continues up to the present as Director of The Healthy Heart Program, which conducts Yoga Therapy group pr…
 
On today's podcast, Amy chats with Maggie Reagh, Maggie has an MA in Teaching/ Education and conducts Yoga classes as well as her own 1000-hour, Yoga Therapy Trianing Program, accredited with the IAYT, all focused on the therapeutic benefits of Yoga. She regularly teaches Wellness focused Yoga classes at Capilano University where, in addition, she …
 
Alina Calinescu, like a good pitta person, shares her journey of many loved trainings, mentors and teachers, with Shira. We discuss the pricelessness of learning for many years under the mentorship of knowledgable teachers and the importance of trust for healing. We talk about pain care, functional aging, the importance of languauge, understanding …
 
On today's podcast, Amy talks with Dr. Sue Carter, Dr. Sue is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia and also a Distinguished University Scientist at Indiana University, Bloomington. She is the former Executive Director of the Kinsey Institute and a Rudy Professor Emerita of Biology. She has held professorships at the University of…
 
Jill Manos, Yoga and art therapist, case manager and therapuetic mentor, courageously shares her alchemical story with Shira. She talks about addictions, high functioning, shame, battling with control and not feeling good enough, and how Yoga therapy is a way out of being stuck and self-esteem. We discuss the importance of social connections, feeli…
 
In today’s episode, we are sharing clips from a live Q&A that Brandt facilitated with students inside the Breathing Deeply meditation program.During this Q&A Brandt covers what it means if we aren’t having ‘experiences’ during meditation, whether the effects of meditation happen even after we’ve stopped actively meditating, how to discern our role …
 
In this episode I interviewed Libby Hinsley. Libby lives in Asheville, NC and is a Doctor of Physical Therapy as well as a Certified Yoga Therapist. She draws most of her Yoga inspiration from the tradition of Desikachar, or the viniyoga lineage and she was fortunate to study at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in 2008 and has immersed herself in …
 
Keri Marino, IAYT certified Yoga therapist, spiritual life coach and speaker, shares her journey with Shira, of eating disorders to a new relationship with herself and body through Yogic chanting, helping her to choose another path of eating and living. We talk about the importance of relationships, universe of emotions and how yoga facilitates bei…
 
Amy talks with Dr. Lisa Kaley-Isley about chanting in the yoga tradition. Dr. Lisa is a Clinical Psychologist and certified Yoga Therapist who integrates the wisdom and techniques of both eastern and western philosophy and psychology to understand the human condition, alleviate suffering and promote holistic growth and transformation. She is a dedi…
 
On today's podcast, Amy talks with Laura Schmalzl, Laura is a Clinical Neuropsychologist and Cognitive Neuroscientist, as well as a longtime yoga practitioner and certified yoga instructor. Laura will be a C-IAYT very soon! Laura obtained a BA in Psychology from the University of Padua. She then completed a Masters in Clinical Neuropsychology, a Ph…
 
Tara Mitra, yogini and yoga therapist in the Krishnamacharya tradition, a vedic mantra and rituals sadhaka and teacher sharees her passion for chanting with Shira. We speak about our unconscious programming to keep going without rest and how complexity kills the power of pause, and how chanting can undo these unconscious patterns. Improving listeni…
 
In this episode I interviewed Edda Rodriguez. Originally from Peru, Edda moved to Chicago in 2002. She started practicing Yoga out of necessity in order to relieve back pain, but quickly realized that there was a lot more going on than just a physical practice. Today, Edda is a Certified Yoga Therapist, Reiki Master and teacher, and Somatic Experie…
 
​​In today’s episode, Breathing Deeply teacher, Joe Simek, sits down with our co-founder Brandt Passalaqua to tap into his expertise around weight loss, obesity and eating disorders.Brandt has seen many people change their lives through weight loss after working with him and become much happier and healthier. Taking people on a weight loss journey …
 
On today's podcast, Amy talks with Professor Lori Rubenstein Fazzio, DPT & C-IAYT. Lori Rubenstein Fazzio, earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions, her Master of Applied Science from the University of South Australia and her Bachelor of Science from Boston University. She is a Cer…
 
A deep and questioning talk about fear, the underlying principles of domination; supressing the unknown; the feminine, emotions, and anything that can cause unpredictible outcomes. How can we move forward together in honesty and authentically? Work with Me Free Resources Book a podcast call Humankind - Rutger Bregman Child Labour of Cobalt in Conga…
 
his episode is a recap of a recent Zoom panel we held with the following Inner Peace Yoga Therapy students and alumni: Suzie Carmack Amy Gaster Deborah O'Neil Katie Cassady In the panel, these individuals shared their experiences in our training, and spoke to what their yoga therapy work and path looks like today. Support the show (https://innerpea…
 
On today's podcast, Amy talks with Stephanie Sohl, Ph.D. Stephanie is a health psychologist and an Assistant Professor at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. Her research focuses on the mind-body relationship and cancer survivorship. Specifically, she aims to strengthen the evidence base for scalable mind-body approaches such as yoga and integrativ…
 
Leslie Kaminoff, Yoga educator, co-author of Yoga Anatomy, founder of the Breathing Project and soon to be launched platform for yoga therapists and 1 to 1 yoga, shares his yoga journey with Shira. We talk dissection, yoga going online, vagal tone, yoga therapy or yoga education, power and assymetric responsibility, healing, student-teacher relatio…
 
This episode has been taken from a live Q&A session with Brandt and his yoga therapy students.Many of our students who join us come from a background of years of yoga asana practice. When they start training with us, they learn a completely new set of tools, techniques, and models to help them refine and change their personal practice.This often le…
 
On today's podcast, Amy talks with Arun Deva, DASc, AYT, E-RYT(500). Arun is the founder of Arunachala Yoga & Ayurveda. Arun has the pleasure of serving both the National & State Ayurvedic Associations: NAMA & CAAM. Currently, he heads NAMA’s Committee on creating Standards for Ayurvedic Yoga Therapists. Arun teaches internationally, lectures at co…
 
Shira talks about how women are the reason there is Life, and not honouring that in our systems is the underlying factor to dis-ease, dysfunction and dis-organ-I-sation. We’re free to work for our money, drive cars, live alone, take any professional path and even become leaders. But the path for a woman is always a battle field that encroaches upon…
 
Amy discusses Life and Polyvagal Theory with Stephen Porges on today’s podcast. Stephen Porges, Ph.D. is a Distinguished University Scientist at Indiana University where he is the founding Director of the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium. He is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina, and Professor Emeritus at both the Unive…
 
Rob Lamport shares with Shira Cohen, how he turned to yoga for back issues and it enhanced his work, mental health and slowly change his career. We talk about how spinal alignment equals physical and physiological health, and movement is key to our health on every level, affecting every system, vessel and cell. We touch on the power of being presen…
 
Welcome to episode 29 of the Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy & Meditation podcast!As a yoga therapy school, we get asked questions about running a yoga therapy business all the time. Breathing Deeply director and lead teacher Brandt Passalacqua has been running his own successful yoga therapy private practice alongside the school for many years and s…
 
On today's podcast, Amy talks with Janet Lowndes. Janet is a therapist with over 25 years of experience providing counseling, training, and consultation. Her professional practice includes psychological counseling, meditation training, and yoga therapy. She formed Mind Body Well in 2012, as Director and Principal Psychologist (formerly 'Janet Lownd…
 
In this episode, I interviewed Dr. Dawn Browning. Dawn is a holistic health expert, researcher, C-IAYT, and founder of HolSol Wellness. She helps driven women discover holistic tools using yoga, personal development, and essential oils so they can play an active role in their own healing. Dawn has lived with Type 1 Diabetes for over 35 years, and s…
 
On the podcast today, Amy talks with Shawnee Thornton Hardy. Shawnee is an Educational/Behavior Specialist and the founder of Asanas for Autism and Special Needs and Founder/Director of Yoga Therapy for Youth. She is also the author of “Asanas for Autism and Special Needs: Yoga to Help Children with their Emotions, Self-Regulation and Body Awarenes…
 
In this episode I spoke with Lisa & Neil Pearson. Lisa and Neil are partners in life and in work and are the founders of Pain Care Aware, which offers certification programs and online trainings for yoga teachers and yoga therapists, as well as healthcare and fitness professionals working with people in pain. They reside in Canada and both have a l…
 
Lida Husik is a graduate of our Breathing Deeply advanced program. In this episode, Brandt Passalaqua sits down to talk with Lida about working with a client with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as a case study during her practicum.Lisa has been working with this particular client, who has ASD and also suffers from severe depression, for over a year…
 
On today’s podcast, Amy talks with Rachel Krentzman. Rachel was the founder of Embody Physical Therapy & Yoga in San Diego, CA, and is now the Co-Director of Wisdom-Body Yoga Therapy Professional Training in Israel. Rachel has extensive training in Purna Yoga and Iyengar Yoga, and over twenty years of experience in the field of physical therapy and…
 
Joline Lenz is an entrepreneur, recruiter and co-author of Inspiration at Work, she helps others elevate, envision and empower courage, connection and creativity and shares her personal story with Shira. We talk about accepting ourselves fully, flaws and all, as we go through the process of self-realisation, following our energy and bliss, as well …
 
On today’s podcast, Amy Chats with Heather Mason. Heather is the Founder of The Minded Institute in the UK, and is leading a yoga therapy training organization known for its focus on mental health, neuroscience, and empowering yoga and health professionals to integrate yoga therapy into healthcare. She also studied in India and shared her yoga teac…
 
Ayurveda is the science of life that seeks to enhance health, happiness and growth. Add it to Yoga and we have a whole system to prevent dis-ease, reverse chronic conditions and help induce remission in severely chronic states. We look at the six stages of dis-ease and how we can increase health in each of our bodily systems to create vitality. Wor…
 
In this episode, Joe Simek, our lead teacher for our 200-hour teacher training, will guide you through the full timeline of yoga history. There is a lot of information that one could present when talking about this topic so this is going to be a brief yet comprehensive introduction as we dig into the various time periods of yoga.To study the histor…
 
This episode is a recap of a recent Zoom panel we held with the following Inner Peace Yoga Therapy students and alumni: Dawn Schaefer-Stumpf Edda Rodriguez Jenna Csont Rachel Haskovec In the panel, these individuals shared their experiences in our training, and spoke to what their yoga therapy work and path looks like today. Support the show (https…
 
On today’s podcast, Amy Chats with Robyn Tiger, MD, C-IAYT, RYT-500. She is a life coach for Physicians & trauma-informed self-care coach. She founded StressFreeMD, a wellness practice that provides freedom through self-care education. Dr. Robyn utilizes her unique combination of trainings in medicine, yoga therapy, meditation, and life coaching to…
 
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