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Is Yin Yoga accessible? It can be! Nyk Danu, yin yoga trainer and yoga therapist, joins Kathryn to chat about responsive, inclusive approaches to the quiet practice. The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice on…
 
How to engage with yoga with respect and awareness for its cultural context is the foundation of this discussion with Emmy Chahal. Emmy Chahal is a trauma informed yoga teacher, bodyworker/energy healer and workshop facilitator teaching at the crossroads of business, social justice, and spirituality. She lends her unique perspective to this pillar …
 
A panel of yogis discusses the regulating (or lack thereof) of yoga, and the role of the Yoga Alliance. A conversation with Daniel Clement, Brea Johnson, and Mona Warner. We discuss... what aspects of the yoga experience could be regulated and the difficulties of such a diverse field what is the Yoga Alliance, and what it is not experiences and fru…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: A conversation sensing into the practice of accountability and repair with M…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: Megan Marie Gates is a queer sound practitioner, movement teacher and creati…
 
Half of the first Ayurveda Foundations lecture, including an introduction to the medic to the gods - Dhanvantari - and his origin story. The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and tr…
 
A few animal tales and what we learn from them - keeping it light! An introduction to the Panchatantra - moral tales from ancient India - and Jataka tales, their evolution into stories about the Buddha. A hilarious story about a dog from Hyperbole and a Half makes an appearance, as does Ludacris. The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Ka…
 
A sleep-specific approach to yoga nidra - guided meditation - sweetly designed to help you settle. Whether you are napping, supported on your yoga mat with props, or falling asleep in bed, the binaural beats of the background music gently lull, while you are guided through a rotation of awareness. The last 5 minutes are the background music slowly …
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: A specific response to the coronavirus crisis and practice during this time.…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: The evening yoga nidra from the autumn retreat - 30 minutes of guided medita…
 
The second dharma talk from the autumn silent retreat, which continues along the theme of women specifically on retreat, including a humorous telling of Siddhartha's last night before enlightenment. We discuss the mindfulness meditation technique of mental noting and then partake in a 30 minute meditation. The intelligent edge yoga podcast was prod…
 
The opening dharma talk from this autumn's Supportive Silent Retreat, which happened to be attended by all women. What does retreat specifically mean to women? What are the burdens of stress specific to them, including the labour of care? We rove around pratyahara (sensory withdrawal), pranayama, Ayurveda, and the last night of the Siddhartha's lif…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: Erin Bidlake found relief from the symptoms of lyme disease through yoga, an…
 
For ten years, Geoff Outerbridge has been the Clinical Director for World Spine Care, a non-profit organization devoted to bringing spinal health and reducing pain in underserved global communities. We discuss the complexities of pain, causes of pain and injury, and how your spine is more resilient than you think. We also discuss... Evidence of yog…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Ecodharma - Buddhist teachings for the ecological crisis is a book by David Loy on his v…
 
Isn't yoga stress reduction? Some people say no, but stress reduction is one of the primary reasons people start a yoga program. This episode explores some of the reasons we're stressed, stressed differently, and how they relate to a spiritual program. The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear…
 
Harry Potter yoga philosophy continues! Finishing up pedagogy (teaching methods) with Lupin, the answers of Albus Dumbledore, the karma of Sirius Black, and finally visiting texts that elicit strong emotional responses. "Da da da da da da da da..." (textual reprensetation of Hedwig's Theme) The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn …
 
What do the magic of Harry Potter and yoga have in common? We discuss commonalities between the books and the way they portray magic, as well as the first half of a conversation about pedagogy (teaching methods) and Hogwarts. Episode one of two! The journey continues with the next episode. The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn A…
 
Receiving feedback is not a moral failing, and offering it helps hold community leaders accountable. It's a critical component of responsible spiritual leadership, and so I thought I'd chat about my biggest takeaways from receiving feedback and some insight from the facilitator's seat. The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne …
 
The podcast returns to ask what's next! Making yoga work (and how to know what you're doing isn't working), as well as making yoga podcasting work. The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retr…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: Leslie Kaminoff is one of the most recognized and respected names in America…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: Elise Joan is a bright, bold presence - she puts herself out there - and has…
 
Michael Lee of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy had a good thing going, but still decided to change course and pursue yoga, and ultimately yoga therapy. We talk about his 30+ year career and his takeaways as a long-term practitioner and teacher. The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Gui…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: It can be an uncomfortable topic, unless you’re speaking with someone as ebu…
 
Looking to change some habits? Pretty much anyone who practices yoga is invested in improving their discernment, discipline, and cultivating healthy ways of living. Following up from last episode on willpower, we talk about the psychology of habits, the yoga philosophy of them, and even touch on a summary of Gretchen Rubin's habits read "Better Tha…
 
Yoga philosophy does not characterize the universe as a glorious place designed to fulfill all your wishes if you ask it nicely. That doesn't mean goal setting is bad - quite the contrary - but this is a cheeky exploration into the difference between new age spirituality pop religion and yoga philosophy. We go into some psychology on willpower and …
 
Disagreeing with people can be uncomfortable, but it's a part of life and one that often helps further understandings of other people's experiences and opinions. Culturally, we're getting worse at disagreeing with each other, and the popular perception of yogis often makes disagreeing more difficult. Let's talk about disagreeing in conversation, an…
 
Ayurveda's nourishing practices with Mona Warner! Find her at www.janatiyoga.com. Mona is a yoga teacher and an Ayurvedic practitioner, and she's one of my favourite people on the planet. We talk about different designations in Ayurveda, how you can work with practitioners, approaches to diet and wellness, and Ayurveda's ability to support people g…
 
Fear and difficult emotions are often part of the pregnancy experience, and many women turn to yoga - or continue their yoga - through their pregnancy to help with the anxiety of navigating pregnancy and labour. Nicky Poole is an experienced mum, prenatal yoga teacher, and teacher trainer, and we chat about moving from rules-making to contextual re…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: Maybe one of the most experienced yogis to ever grace this podcast in past o…
 
Why are you talking like that? An exploration into what makes a voice, what is "yoga voice", and why we may do it. Yoga teachers sometimes adopt a breathy voice that sounds like they floated in on a cloud. We turn to psychology, some trends in yoga culture, a wee bit of Ayurveda, and vocal anatomy today to consider... What is a voice, and how uniqu…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: A conversation about yoga conversations with Carol Horton, PhD, including th…
 
The intelligent edge yoga podcast was produced by Kathryn Anne Flynn; author of Teach Kind, Clear Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers. To learn more about Kathryn, practice online, or find retreats and training opportunities, visit kathrynanneflynn.com Show Notes: Let's talk about mental health and yoga teachers, since so many people who t…
 
Interested in plant medicine? This conversation with Amber Westfall of The Wild Garden offers practical advice for integrating plant medicine into your life, and reveals the potency of what we can find in our local environment. Amber Westfall is an herbalist and owner of The Wild Garden, a tiny farm and educational space where she grows local, orga…
 
The difference between CBD and THC, what marijuana does to the brain, how we receive it from an Ayurvedic perspective, and what you may want to think about before you host a marijuana and yoga event. What are the different types of marijuana products, and are they more for working with pain symptoms or for achieving a high What are the physiologica…
 
Trains of thought on being in the teacher's seat. Inspired by my recent conversations with yoga teacher trainees, we talk about a few questions around facilitating yoga classes - including whether to gently awake sleeping students in Savasana. It's an interesting time at the end of teacher training. Lots of great questions come up, but they're real…
 
Heart and Bones is the result of Brea Johnson's heart work and a long relationship with yoga and inquiry, particularly into anatomy and movement as it applies to teaching asana. She joins me to wander through a bit of her history as a faciliator and studio owner, her yoga existential crisis and resulting content, and what it's like to move online. …
 
A yogi mama with a diversity of experience in the yoga-Ayurveda world, Jennifer Hardy-Berthiaume (Jenny Bee), recently published her first book on using Ayurveda to parent with greater ease and for greater health and harmony in the household. We talk about how we know each other, just a little nostalgia, before getting into conversation about the c…
 
This week I talk about what it means to have healthy bowel movements by modern healthcare's definition, as well as Ayurveda. We learn all about what's reasonable to expect, some interesting facts about feces, the anatomy of defecation, and some practical advice for pooping well. After devoting a couple of yoga classes to eliminating well, I decided…
 
Part 2 of a conversation with the poetic Ayurvedic practitioner Balaram Chandra das, where we dig into some of the challenges of being a responsible teacher, models of education and how they work (or don't) in yoga and Ayurveda, as well as multiple Ayurvedic concepts, including springtime Ayurvedic concepts and care. • Balaram’s familial history of…
 
Meet Balarama Chandra das, one of my teachers from Ayurveda school, who is a fascinating person wonderfully capable of expanding on philosophical and Ayurvedic concepts with poetic commentary. Balarama has many places in his beginning, and many places in his continuing story. Born Boaz Ramos in Arizona, he was driven by inquiry to study with his te…
 
Exploring Sun Salutations and their mythology, we talk about how when we know something well, it brings certain good qualities and other challenges. I offer some thoughts on evolving our approach to Sun Salutations, including different approaches to cues, sequencing, and how to approach plank, wrist stability and spinal articulation in cobra. The s…
 
Raised in Montreal by the original yogi-mama seeker, Hali Schwartz lives and teaches in Toronto, Canada and visits India annually. Devoted to living and sharing yoga through philosophy, chant and mantra, Hali is a dedicated practitioner who helps yogis add the philosophical framework of yoga to their path. We talk about her unusual upbringing and h…
 
A Q&A on sequencing recorded from the Toronto Yoga Conference! I share quite a bit about my thoughts on abdominal strengthening (core) exercises in yoga classes, as well as when and how to teach pranayama in asana classes. The episode concludes with advice on how to integrate the things you learn in your yoga education into your teaching - especial…
 
Western Insight Meditation and yoga teacher Dawn Mauricio brings her light, introspective approach to sincere meditation. We chat about personal practice and teaching, cultural appropriation in spiritual communities and spiritual bypassing. We talk about the limitations of social media for authentic shares, and how/when to share your personal proce…
 
Hands-on assists are a source of fear for a number of teachers who want to do the right thing for their students. I invited my friend dallas delahunt to come back and have a conversation with me about teaching hands-on. We are both known for doing hands-on enhancements when we teach, and so we talk about why and how, and some strategies for moving …
 
The brilliant and indefatigable Joanne Sarah Avison, Certified Yoga Therapist, Structural Integration practitioner, and author of Yoga: Fascia, Anatomy and Movement joins me for a conversation. Joanne weaves together anatomy, history, architecture, motherhood, teaching, reconceptualizing how we talk about movement needs, sacred geometry - the list …
 
A yoga primer for new students. This episode is for you to share with people you think would benefit from a yoga practice, but maybe need to hear it from someone else. It might also be of interest for yoga teachers to hear how you can speak to the benefits of yoga to people who aren't on the yoga train yet. Do you remember how difficult it was to w…
 
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