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This down-to-earth podcast by Andrea Ferretti (former executive editor of Yoga Journal) will keep informed and inspired to practice yoga. Topics run the gamut from nitty gritty technique (her yoga teacher husband Jason Crandell often joins to help with this) to down-to-earth conversations about how to apply yoga's lessons and tools to help craft a happy, balanced life. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/yogaland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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This week's meditations are going to focus on self-compassion. With that in mind, I decided to re-run a previous episode where I explain the research and benefits on self-compassion. Much of the research -- led by Dr. Kristin Neff — has shown that self-compassion is a more effective way to increase optimism, happiness, curiosity, and connectedness.…
 
Cultivate contentment and happiness by connecting internally to one of your favorite spots in nature. Take in the sights, smells, and feeling tone of nature to help invite a sense of simple, quiet joy. If you haven't already, join our newsletter and I'll let you know when new ones are up! https://www.jasonyoga.com/newsletter Support this show http:…
 
Set the tone for your day feeling grounded, light, and at ease with this guided meditation. (PS: I'll be sharing mini-meditations all through the month of May. They're intentionally short and sweet SO THAT YOU DO THEM! I hope you will join me and send me about what you think.) I'll be publishing the meditations twice/week. If you haven't already, j…
 
Jason and Andrea explore all sides to the question of whether or not you should wait -- and get a few years of teaching under your belt -- between completing a 200-hour training and starting a 300-hour. >>> Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Andrea will be offering a month of meditations all through the month of May. You can also jo…
 
Practicing and teaching Bakasana (crow pose / crane pose) is much more accessible with effective techniques. This episode provides you with the four best preparatory postures for Bakasana. It also gives you insight into how to sequence for Bakasana and essential tips for teaching Bakasana. Watch the video companion: https://youtu.be/wRUsnTugZG8 Sup…
 
Today, we return to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra and Jason shares three models for applying the eight-limb path to life — The Step-by-Step Model, The Integrated Model, and The Single Limb Model. Show notes: http://www.jasonyoga.com/podcast/episode234 Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/yogaland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Last week Jason shared the foundational concepts of purusha and prakriti. Go back and listen if you haven’t yet! This week, we continue to talk through foundational concepts that Patanjali presents in The Yoga Sutra — citta, vrittis, and the gunas. Jason defines terms and paints a picture of how they all fit together. And we also talk about how muc…
 
Today is the first in a series of episodes where Jason shares the underpinnings of Patanjali. Most yoga students have heard their teachers reference Patanjali and the text that he is known for, The Yoga Sutra. But rarely do teachers have time to unpack this seminal text. For this episode, Jason shares the foundational concepts of purusha and prakri…
 
I want to offer some context for today's episode. My guest is the phenomenal pediatric psychologist and author of the new book, Brain-Body Parenting: How to Stop Managing Behavior and Start Raising Joyful, Resilient Kids, Mona Delahooke. Mona is not a yoga teacher; in fact, her life's work focuses on looking beyond children's behaviors to understan…
 
This episode of Yoga Teacher's Companion breaks down the single most important key to practicing and teaching Bakasana and other arm balances. Watch the companion video: https://jasonyoga.com/podcast/ytc-ep14/ Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/yogaland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On today's episode, I speak to Sarah Henderson, a yoga teacher who specializes in teaching adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Sarah's parents were role models of advocacy after her younger sister, Hannah, was born with Down Syndrome. And Sarah has followed in their footsteps -- before she became a yoga teacher, she worked at a…
 
To quote this week's guest, yoga teacher and social scientist Melissa McLaughlin, "How we engage with our phones is changing our minds." In other words, we are on our phones being constantly bombarded by information. How do we navigate this reality and maintain our sanity? How do we cope with the rush of adrenaline that comes when we see a strongly…
 
If you’ve ever wondered what’s really happening in your body and brain during asana and meditation, today’s conversation is going to fascinate you. Our guest is Dr. Daya Grant -- a neuroscientist, sports psychologist, and mental performance consultant -- who explains the growing research on mindfulness and meditation and how these practices are ben…
 
Beginning yoga students often struggle to breath properly in class. As a yoga teacher, we want to provide our students with skillful, accessible techniques to support their journey. This discussion shows 3 simple, universally beneficial ways to help your students learn to breath when they practice yoga. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/…
 
When today’s guest, Katharine DeShaw, found out her beloved yoga studio, Center for Yoga in Los Angeles, was closing she took matters into her own hands. Katharine, who is a consultant in philanthropy and nonprofit management, went to work making phone calls to raise community support and funds to allow Center for Yoga to open its doors again. It's…
 
Today, Jason and I are talking about resilience--a concept that has become even more important as life continues to shift and change during the pandemic. We touch on: *What resilience is and why yoga is a particularly helpful practice to help cultivate it. *Why having a routine AND allowing some flexibility within that routine is a good strategy fo…
 
No matter how much you love yoga, eventually you’ll reach a point where you aren’t as inspired as you once were. Today’s episode is all about finding inspiration for your practice again. It’s relevant for any yoga student, of course, but we also touch on the challenges specific to yoga teachers. We offer some advice for those times when your yoga p…
 
Teaching Chaturanga safely and effectively is simple when you understand how to keep the shoulders stable. This episode discusses how to teach Chaturanga safely, unpacks the principles and actions that underscore safety in Chaturanga, and examines some important exceptions to these rules. Show notes: http://www.jasonyoga.com/podcast/ytc-ep10 Suppor…
 
Like it or not, if you're a yoga teacher today part of your job is marketing your yoga classes to the public. One of the best ways to do that is to consistently create great content. This week's episode will help get you out of your content rut and into creation mode. We talk about: ✳️ Easy ways to come up with content ideas ✳️ The mediums/formats …
 
In this episode of Yogaland's Yoga Teacher Companion, Jason discusses how to effectively incorporate yoga philosophy and wisdom in your classes. You'll learn how to avoid some of the common pitfalls of including philosophy, where to effectively insert it into your sequence, and the value of being simple, clear and genuine in your approach. We've go…
 
I've waited years to bring someone on the podcast to talk money because I wanted to find someone who was knowledgeable about finances and also deeply connected to the practice of yoga. I found her in this week's guest, financial coach and accountant, Chioma Njoku. Here are a few of the things we cover: * Why Chioma feels many yoga teachers are unco…
 
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