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"You know so my previous living space was on the same street as the laughing. Lord san francisco so whenever she would invite me to come play. I just have to literally take my instrument walked down the street and go play. Yeah so i. I know her well. She's awesome. Oh that's cool. Yeah she she's just such a delight. I don't know her personally. But i've taken a lot of classes online and she is just just bubbling effervescent energy. It must have been just so fun to be around that teaching style eggy. I wanted to say thank you so much for joining me today and for having this beautiful conversation i really feel like it was so meaningful and i learned so much about Improvisation and how music transformed fuses faces. And can engulf all your energy. And i just feel so grateful for it. So thank you for being here with me. It's my pleasure. Thank you so much To be a podcast is is really exciting. I hope it grows. I hope that you know. I love the idea of seeing. How yoga is going globally in different countries. So i went back and listened to a couple of episodes. I think you're doing something wonderful here. I wish the best of luck for what's the come florida's project thank you so much. Thank you so much for tuning into this episode of the wild yoga tribe. Podcast with a gay from turkey talking about the progression of yoga in turkey from austria to the subtler levels also about sufism and roomy and even about the pioneers of yoga in istanbul. I thought that was just so meaningful and compelling and also getting to talk about edges path not just of yoga but of music as well and how his improvisational yoga music has become a heartbeat for yoga classes dynamic and alive element that can even kind of help unify a room and harmonize a roomful of yoga practitioners. Even more so. I hope you found this conversation to be as compelling as i did thank you for the gift of your precious time. Dear listener be well Thank you for being on this journey with me. It has been a privilege to be with you. I know that your time is precious. And i am both humbled and honored that you chose to spend your time with me here on the wild yoga tribe. Podcast as you're on your own. Inner journey remember that you are not alone. There are so many of us on this path to awakening this path of self discovery and expansion. And we are right here alongside you remember to hit subscribe so that you never miss an episode and if you feel called please share this episode with someone that you think could benefit from it. Leaving a review would also be so appreciated. If you're on social media. I am there to at the wild yoga tribe. You can tap into all the amazing resources on my website. The wild tribe dot com and you can meditate with me on insight timer and get your flow on with me on my youtube channel where i've recorded free yoga classes. If you'd like to schedule a private yoga or meditation class with me or a coaching session. You can find the link to do so to book in the show notes or on my website again. The while the tribe dot com. Thank you once again. Dear listener for being with me may your debut light and bright. May you be peaceful and happy and lead on the right path. Free of suffering and free of sorrow be. Well dear one be well.
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"I'm your host lily allen dwayne together we'll talk about the world of yoga and we'll talk to people from around the world join us for authentic conversations about the global yoga ecosystem and will cover yoga philosophies and methodologies along the way inhale act sale. We're about to die today. I am thrilled to welcome egg a onto the podcast so gigamon sunley is a yoga teacher from turkey. Who's now located back home for me. Back home in northern california is actually in oakland in the bay area and he is not just a yoga teacher. he's also the modern dervish in world. Music carrying the flag of his turkish roots as a musician along the way egg plays the sitar alongside other ethnic instruments including the hand pan drums and flutes and he brings out this amazing mystic and invigorating quality. Out of all of these instruments that he does play so. I hope you are as excited to hear his story as i am and to hear about his journey. So please join me. In welcoming him onto the podcast. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much for having me. It's a pleasure to talk yoga and music our philosophies in our what we're feeling in our journeys and so i'd love to just start from the top and ask you egg. How you got started doing yoga hall. Did i get started doing yoga. I it's it's know just like many things. It's it's a little bit of a long story. But i'm gonna keep it short. I went into a yoga studio. I to play music to play my sitar back in two thousand nine. I want to say. I remember the studio. It was laughing lotus in new york. City i responded to wait. Maybe they responded to my craigslist ad and they said hey. We have this yoga class. Friday night live ten ten pm to twelve pm at twelve. Am on a friday And bring musicians. You wanna come play so that will suppose that. I was in a yoga yoga studio and for many years after that. My interaction with yoga world has been through music so i've played in yoga classes for many many years before i actually rolled out my met and came to dominate chasing up So that happened many years later. When i moved to california i just wanted to grow my understanding of what happens in a yoga class hall. The sequencing work. What types of yoga are are there As as a mean to open myself up and musician meet more teachers would want me to come play for them. So i i had different goals when i first started going through yoga classes and learning about it but it was very quick dead. I've started realizing that. There's a lot there for me to explore so probably less than a year. After i started to nearby decided that i wanna do my two hundred our training and become a instructor it. You played music for years in a yoga studios before you actually rolled out your matt into came into a downward facing dog that made me laugh. i think that coming through Coming through in to yoga from this not outside perspective right. I mean you're you're not an outsider creative spiritual and passionate person. Do you feel like when you stepped foot into that. Yoga's did you the very first time are the first few times did you feel it all Confused or alienated. Or ill at ease or did you kind of immediately get into the flow of the energy that a yoga room creates probably a mix mixture of a lot of those. But you know. I grew up with sports. I played a lot of sports in my early twenties. I was a fighter. shot done. Kickboxing crikey kickboxing moist high. So i've always been invaded physical person when i first and i was still fighting when i started doing yoga and i remember my first or second class. I went to my teachers any carpenters class. Back in the Yoga three days here. Yoga three used to be really big studio chain in san francisco area there bankrupt now because of the pandemic in they don't exist anymore but i remember going into any cotton success and i think in warrior to and i had my shoulders all the way up to buy just holding everything so she came over to me and started poking at my shoulders and said i don't want this in my class. Don't bring this in my quest and that was the moment for me. I was hooked That reminded me a lot of the. You know tough love. but also joyful. Funny coaches. I had throughout the years. You know. i've i've worked with a lot of coaches from thailand and they're so cheerful in seoul loving but at the same and they're serious about their craft and they are you know they have that tough love so when i felt that from any back back in the day i was immediately hooked so i welcome all the challenge. Welcome older learning that. I was about to enter into a and i wasn't nervous at all. I felt home like the san francisco. as you might know or the bay area at large is just always sold welcoming so huge so accepting so i felt home right away. It was really good to find a new community as well so that that just got things started. You know this. My class poke. I definitely have a lot of those Phrases in little jokes right these. But they're they're powerful messages. In fact that. I know some of my yoga teacher is along the way have given me as well and we were talking quite a bit. So far about yoga scene in san francisco. But i know you've also taught yoga in turkey. You go back every year in your ear and you're volved in that community as well there. Could you tell us more about yoga turkey..
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"Way also in Instagram, I have my personal blog as Anna yoga drishti and I have a little bit of my center share on Instagram as well as Richie center. From my heart, what I have to give in Spanish in English and bilingual. I will definitely link to all of those to your website to your social media here in the show notes, wherever you're listening to this podcast as well as on my website while yoga tribe dot com. So thank you so much Anna for sharing your light and your love and your wisdom with us today. No, I lily. Thank you for having me over. And.
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"That choice, you know, as do I stay in ways that sometimes are not functioning or dialogs or really not working or do I do something about it, right? And it takes you out of the victim. I think for me, that's what yoga did for me is I stop blaming others and I start looking at myself and my teacher was send sent philosophy. That was where I got trained in prana, yoga sun center. Vancouver and that was kind of the thing is you stop being a victim and then you start looking at yourself. It's a choice there. And I don't think that choice is something that we make once. No, no, no, and yoga also pushed me into place with that. It will never thought I will come much as finish my masters in holistic therapy, and I don't know if you have that worth in English, but it's constantly or reconciling family lineages through all the females of the males, mother, father, daughters, sons, and also the word in German is how that just I don't know. It's a humanistic kind of psychology. So obviously through my years of yoga, I see it less physical and less physical and more into psyche more into mind more into what quality of life you want to have here that comes from Vedanta, right? It's not about the attaching of this body about, okay, you are into this body, what's experienced you wanna have into this dimension? That's a powerful question. And I feel like there's just so much going on in the world in our lives in our jobs in every element. I just feel like we are just swamped. Just with messages and with desires and with things that are just constantly trying to snag away, bits and pieces of ourselves. So I don't know if that sounds like a random way to respond. But that's what came up for me listening. Well, I think at odd is this what happened to us all forwards. I just say that getting right. And the yoga world that we've been here more than today decades or so we're seeing a transformation a little bit. And there's a lot of moral superiority in us. And I see that in myself that sometimes I feel that the way that yoga is understood now is not as good as mine and that creates judgment on me when I see young, beautiful yoginis showing up their beautiful bodies and they're also 9 Instagram. And then how some hashtags have become very soft porn into the industry and we feel certain moral.
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"My country. Latin American people that can come retreat, find themselves in the jungle and also everything in that Costa Rica has to offer in terms of wellness, beaches, jungle, adventure and self connection, connection with mother earth. So it's been a little mix of everything that has happened. I like to think it has happened because of the divine grays and the things has unfold beautifully to continue offering all these tools meditation, yoga, pranayam mantra and trauma inform spaces. So we all can have the tools to support people in their journeys. For me, it's really important to understand that an teach that yoga is not only about the headstand. I not only about the perfect alignment warrior two. Yes, that's discipline, and that's part of the physical practice, but when we study the ancient text asana it's like the list mentioned art in the yoga practice, right? It's more about self knowledge, self awareness, self regulation, and I think that from a modern perspective, we can we need to understand that not everyone is just seeking for a spiritual experience, right? Like, yeah, I am finding enlightenment. It's not only about that. That's part of the journey, I guess. I haven't met anyone in light of yet. I am not, right? But I understand that this path of growth can be supported by these tools that yoga offer. And in the other hand, we have a lot of themes going on in our modern lives. We are over simulated by everything by our jobs by our family, but our obligations, we are supposed to be doing, and I think that having this perspective of yoga sensitivity can help us to move through these layers that we are discovering through ourselves with more love and compassion from the people that it's teaching that to us. So this sensitivity to trauma has been a wonderful tool for yoga teachers to halt safe spaces for people that want to come to yoga, understanding that yoga is not a therapy. But it's a way is a path is a tool to come back to our normal reading to our sensations to the spaces to connect to our minds our heads, our memories from a more sensitive space. I'm so glad you brought up a trauma informed yoga and also helped kind of define it. Do you want to expand upon it a little bit more and talk about how you also integrate it into your offerings and teachings? Yeah, of course. Well, trauma can be lived as a way as if we were trapped in an event, right? Like things happen to us as humans. We have traumas. Some of us have like more, yeah, like heart events that happen to our lives, some of us having. So as teachers don't know what's the story behind the person that is coming to a 60 minute class, right? We don't know what has happening, what are their recurring syncing process? We don't know if they can even register what's going on in their bodies as we guide them to move and flow into the practice, right? So trauma inform offer us teachers as holders of these transformational spaces, tools to invite people to enjoy their practice. Because no trauma is less or more than anything. We all we all have our own life experiences. So if I invite you to do a movement will be different than if I ask you to do something. It can trigger any kind of memory to the person that is coming to the class. And it's important just to have the tools use invitational language, like having awareness of the space where we are, how long the class will last because for people with anxiety, for example, we don't know what that word societies come in from. Just knowing that we will be in the space for 60 minutes that there is the bathroom, if you need to rest, you can do it. If you need to have your eyes open, the whole class, that's okay. So pretty much letting know people that everything is welcome in the class. Like there is no obligation to do anything, but what feels comfortable in their bodies in their movements in their minds to. Trauma informed spaces are created for offering modifications variations and options for everyone. It allows you to see yourself in your practice from where your body is reacting to something. Discovering what sources you have for yourself that you can source yourself that you can respond to these kind of triggerings from the present moment understanding that you are here that you are not in that story that you are not relieving the trauma that you are here to listen to yourself, connect with yourself, hold yourself on a set that moment of the present. And we talk about that in yoga a lot being the PRES and being the present, but what does really be in the present means? If someone is experiencing trauma, sometimes for them being in the present means going back to their memories because they're trapping that. And also our body talks a lot about things and energy that we have storage in our body just because we as you said, we keep putting things under the carpet and so understanding the language in which our own bodies talk to us, help us to understand better our needs, our emotions, and move it into issue, move with love with compassion, and of course. Something I love about this practice is not only how spiritual it is, but also the science behind that. And it's important to mention that because of course, yoga I help us with everything I have said before relating several regulating coming back to our center on their selling where we are right now. And in.
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"Yoga tribe podcast. I'm your host, Lily Allen Duane. Together we'll talk about the world of yoga and we'll talk to people from around the world. Join us for authentic conversations about the global yoga ecosystem. And we'll cover yoga philosophies and methodologies along the way. Inhale, exhale. We're about to dive in. Namaste family and welcome back to the wild yoga tribe podcast. This week I am delighted to welcome Sharon breeze onto the show. She is a yoga teacher from Costa Rica. What a beautiful country I could definitely use a little Costa Rica sunshine right now. But she is here with us, tuning in and as the guest for this week. So Sharon brandus is a trauma informed yoga alliance certified 500 hour yoga and meditation teacher. She began her yoga practice in 2008 and continued her path to be trained as a facilitator under the akanda shakti method, which fuses the tradition of hatha yoga from the Himalayan yoga teacher, yogish, bichu kitu, with the empowerment, creativity and feminine divinity approach of the odds. So in 2017, she created her her venture, the karuna tribu, a Hispanic community based in Costa Rica, offering yoga teacher trainings, workshops, retreats, and lectures on the integration of yoga in the modern lifestyle, which he combines with her other professional area, social communication. She is the lead teacher at Seoul work director of the nonprofit shakti seva and runs the Spanish programs offering yoga alliance certified yoga teacher trainings in both 203 hundred hours and in prenatal yoga formats. So as you can see, I think Sharon is going to make for a wonderful guest and I'm so excited for a conversation to begin. So let's welcome Sharon onto the show. Thank you so much, Sharon for being here. Thank you, Lee Lee. I'm super excited and grateful to be here sharing with you an your least a nurse. Yes, thank you, thank you. So let's just get started with how did you start? Your yoga practice. Well, I was really young actually. I was I moved from San Jose, like the main city in Costa Rica to the Pacific Coast in hako area, which is a really touristy area in Costa Rica. And I was working a lot. I was a starting a lot. And I needed to do something. I needed. I always liked movement working out everything. But I had a 5 to 8 job at 8 to 5 job, right? So I couldn't do a lot in nature and I found these yoga platform in the middle of the jungle. And I was like, I may try this. And I remember my first class it was magical. My teacher back then was beautiful, she introduced me to the practice. And back into thousand 8, I was sure that I wanted yoga to be part of my life that I wanted to study more. So then I moved back to San Jose to finish my career and finish everything with college and all that. And I found a place again to continue my practice. And then in 2015 when my mom passed away, I knew that there was no other tool. There was no other thing that was going to help me with this grief process, but connecting with myself again. And you know, like all the hotel in the city, you get used to this crazy schedule and doing a lot doing doing doing doing and grieving processes, you have to stop. You have to give yourself time to heal to listen yourself to process everything. And I decided to book a retreat, I remember Googling Costa Rica yoga retreat somewhere, and it was a yoga teacher training, actually. And I was like, oh, okay, this is perfect. I can just take myself to the jungle again, study, profoundly the yoga philosophy and have some time for myself, you know? Because, again, when you're grieving, it's common for you to just wear a mask at Britain that things are fine just because you don't want to talk a lot about that with people and people that work and all that. And I took the time, I took myself to the jungle for a month and that's when they teach her class started somehow. I never imagined that I was going to become yoga teacher, never never in my life. And I'd rather to see that as I am facilitated. Facilitating spaces for people to connect with themselves again to transform and of course honoring the tradition honoring the ancient knowledge that yoga has brought to us in this side of the world and certainly what was like my shadow the biggest pain I ever felt in my life became a clear path for me to follow my Dharma and now pretty much like 13 years after my first breathing. Breakfast or something like that. I am grateful and I see the grace in how these tools this practice came to my life and how I can offer that now to people who made these struggling with life things or maybe meeting some tools for them just to reconnect with themselves. And this is how they just started. Oh, that is a beautiful story about how yoga came to me in your life. I am sorry for your loss. I know, no matter how much time goes by it, it's still I still want to offer that to you. Thank you, but I love that you just went to the jungle. Like those words to me seems so I don't know. They just touched me. They're primal, they're earthy. They're grounding. It's like you literally took yourself out of the hustle and bustle of the city as you said. Out of everything artificial out of the masks out of the space where you could kinda hide. And then I'm going, I'm going raw. I'm going real. I'm going vulnerable. I'm going to the jungle. Wow. Yeah, totally. Any surprises, you know? And now, when I look back, then I can see how this metaphor of the onion really, really happens, you know? Shedding those layers. Like, how is grief supposed to be? Because I remember people telling me like after three months, you are supposed to be doing this and that and I'm like, there is no formula unless you connect with yourself. Unless you know yourself better, unless you forgive yourself for the things you haven't look at yourself so far too. And I think the jungle offers that space in which you can connect again with mother earth with the elements with, well, here, our wetter is always crazy, so more names may be like super sunny and then in the afternoon it's raining and cold. I don't need it that. I need it to be in contact with nature. I need it even to be with strangers, you know? Like knowing that there was no judgment around. And.
Ep49 Angel Espino - Art is Therapy
"But a for me is therapeutic in a way where of always said it before. Where when i paint to me. It's a painting is like yoga for the mind. No the people yoga for the mine also physically but for the body you know and things like that but for me painting is so relaxing. I have to after literally shutout. You know all the noise you know your everyday noise whether it's work or bills or issues or you know social issues whatever's going on in around your world in your life When you pay you literally have to shut everything off. You have to meditate. Before or at least i meditate before before i paint have to be in a space where i'm not affected by any kind of Energy so it's always positive energy so when you paint. Someone's like letting go of all this that you compress than hell back and you just let all this positive energy or you try to create positive image to me. I need it you know i needed like jogger needs to go run.
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"I'm your host lily allen dwayne together we'll talk about the world of yoga and we'll talk to people from around the world join us for authentic conversations about the global yoga ecosystem and will cover yoga philosophies and methodologies along the way inhale act sale about to die welcome welcome. Welcome to this episode of the wild yogi tribe podcast. Today i am so excited to welcome onto the show bonello balas. She is from botswana. She's a yoga teacher and a yoga studio owner and she owns yonne yoga. It's a yoga studio. Based in gaborone ed bouchette sauna and the studio offers yoga retreats in southern africa and yoga classes both in person and online they have a great youtube presence definitely recommend checking out their free classes on youtube as well so but knows first encounter with yoga wasn't really enthusiastic actually and it's a story that i'd love for her to tell herself so. Thank you so much bonello for joining me on the show today. Hello everyone thank you so much for having me to grateful for the humidity and may introduction to yoga. Like you mentioned was wasn't very enthusiastic. I had seen people go into the team that i went to was very high. Activity was very intense. I did all sorts of high intensity exercises at the gym. And i kind of didn't understand what you was. I would see this beautiful. Lean women in colorful clothes and colorful yoga mats coming into the studio very chilled out very thin and that kind of judge them. I wondered. what's what's that about. How do you come all the way to jim to just lie down you because i imagine that was about. I didn't know exactly what it was that i would often sometimes see them. Lying on the mets. I thought really now and then in eighteen i was pregnant and i headed I had a high risk pregnancy so mad up task. Stop me from all high intensity exercise end. He will actually the sheet. She suggested that. I do do guy walking assuming all all three of them i did the did working send me but then i wasn't getting i was used to high energy so i was just give this yoga thing ago. You never know so. I went to my face. Yoga class hours about seven months pregnant. Think about guilty nine weeks. Not sean scientist yoga class. It was interesting was really interesting in that. It was like the longest one hour off mitrena in life on the one hand but it was also sort of exhilarating anada hand and it really spiked interest in me as well i. I realized that it was. I was really saw. I realize that really thought. In a way that i hadn't anticipated yuga would would would do a would affec- so it really did spec It intrigued me to see list. Yeah i think that that's how so many people kind of get that first introduction to yoga's at the gym when they see other people just showing up with their maths as you said and then they look in the room and they see them just sitting on the ground touching their toes sitting on the ground moving around and i can see how it's a it's not what it appears and a lot of the yoga students. I have you've never tried it before and it's first class afterwards. They'll say wow that so much harder than it looks. I think that carries true. Don't you exemption it is. It's often one now for me as a ugo teasha. I often when people say to me that it doesn't even look like next salaries encourage them to come to class. Just you know to experience that end. I always eleven when become physician in be legs euro that was intense because i think people will continue a class expecting to us. Maybe chill-out i guess. Then they realized that it really does require a lot of physical presence of physical activity and more than just. A physical element also requires a lot of presence. It requires a lot of availability or emotional availability and it's that in itself initially be more intense than the physical practice itself. That's such a great point that it does invite in call for this presence. And i think also it calls for us to be comfortable being uncomfortable. You know you have to breathe into those positions where you feel something like you're touching your edge and it's kind of that how who you know sensation you just have to stay there for five breaths eight bras. Whatever the countess. And i think. That's a huge challenge of mental challenge. As well for our students it is. It is a big mental challenge. A lot of people. H me say that you Painful but i often always get the sense that the pain is unnecessary. Lou from a physical standpoint is more from an emotional standpoint and like you say the beauty about yoga. Is that when we initially anti booze. Sometimes the this. That comfort. And i loved it. It allows if you stick with conflict it would realize you would imagine out that pose heading heading experienced discomfort in the nobody opening up and then getting to the joy of the pros itself. I think in a we. It's a bit like life. If you come across huddles if you leave before actually immense in yourself in your huddles at malaysian You want ever get to experience the joy that comes after is a gateway to joy and as you practice as you continue. There's more and more enjoying it. I think that that's going can be a barrier for beginners as well just thinking. Oh is it always. I'm not flexible. Always be inflexible. And then people get in such a hurry to. They're like how many classes are. How many days until. I can do a handstand you know. There's that urgency to. I think we live in a society that we love instant gratification. We wanted now. He had now so and again. I think jim yoga also says the tune for and the more athletic type of yoga. You know where people can. I expect that it'll be high intensity. Be extremely fast. You'd eventually get to If you do whatever back for me also did go through. That face. Metlife where i was like cheese imposes chasing get into the next level absence. You took a step. Just jenky move along Stay with the discomfort immense mess in the janey because at the beauty of Need so love to ask you bonello. About yoga and botswana Is it usually kind of most common gems or is there. A lot of yoga studios is a ton of young people going.
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"It is very very similar. Yeah so how do you distinguish the difference between product healing and rakia. Then i not very familiar with ray by would not know how to answer that very specifically but i believe they're both energy heating pakistan that just following maybe methodologies Maybe the founders or the fence each one has a person name but i really believe that The purpose of energy healing the end of the day is one and there's really so many different ways of doing it. Yes i agree. So thank you so much tracy for answering all of my questions and for being such a wonderful guest here on the podcast and i'd like to let my listeners. Know that i will link to tracy's instagram. And to the yoga studio she's affiliated with serum yoga and that will be linked in the podcast show notes as well as on my website. The wild yoga tribe dot com. So thank you so much tracy for being with me today. Been a joy to be with. You thank you so much for having me. Thank you so much. Dear listener for being with me and tracy estefan a yoga teacher from lebanon today here on the wild. Yoga try podcast. I hope you enjoyed learning more about. Her journey getting started with hot yoga in london and then diving in to her profession as a yoga teacher right after doing her yoga teacher training in thailand. I love stories when people immediately mris that opportunity. Take that leap of faith and then dive right into this passion and calling of service to their communities. I feel so grateful that tracy took the time to be with us given everything that's going on in her life. She still carved out time very grateful as well. Dear listener that you took time. I know your time is precious to be with us here today. Thank you and be well. Thank you for being on this journey with me. It has been a privilege to be with you. I know that your time is precious. And i am both humbled and honored that you chose to spend your time with me here on the wild yoga tribe. Podcast as you're on your own. Inner journey remember that you are not alone. There are so many of us on this path to awakening this path of self discovery and expansion. And we are right here alongside you remember to hit subscribe so that you never miss an episode and if you feel called please share this episode with someone that you think could benefit from leaving a review would also be so appreciated. If you're on social media. I am there to at the wild yoga tribe. You can tap into all the amazing resources on my website. The wild yoga tribe dot com. And you can meditate with me on insight timer and get your flow on with me on my youtube channel where i've recorded free yoga classes. If you'd like to schedule a private yoga or meditation class with me or coaching session you can find the link to do so to book in the show notes on my website again. The wild yoga tribe dot com. Thank you once again. Dear listener for being with me may your debut light and bright. May you be peaceful and happy and lead on the right path. Free of suffering and free of sorrow be while dear one dwell.
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"I really love doing over and over and over again yes. It's a beautiful expression of the body Okay so tracy. I would love to ask to if our listeners our interest in your offerings or an interested in tapping into the resources you have online or if they're interested in coming maybe he's eleven on or or following you wherever you will go. What's a good way for them to find you the best ways to my instagram channel. I try to keep an accident as much as i can with some composed especially if there's any like big event i'll put on my page. Sure and then my stories as well. I'll always advertise my any pastas the timing locations and all of that over there. Sounds good and are you teaching anything online. So we ought online a lot during the lockdown strain covert. as for the moment i Speaking at the studio but some of the causes our life screen recover from the great got it and the two hundred. Our teacher training programs something available To students internationally. And if so do you have a website for that. They should check out absolutely so on that. God dot com type is all the details about our upcoming containing perfect and tracy. I realize i didn't get to ask you about your interest in breath work and energy healing and all the trainings. You've attended in product healing and rebirthing. Can we touch on that I'm totally open to hear anything you have to share. Yes absolutely so was you'll get that. I opened up to these practices I went to see an energy healer. One time on a friend's recommendation. And he did a good thing. They had no idea what they were and then left leaving. Also kind of change and i was really intrigued reading interested so he ended up becoming my teacher. And i did several workshops with him and several teeny including panicky and rebirthing experts. So i think there's a lot about cleansing ones energy cleansing the shock and Basically we believe that a lot of physical aleman that we can get a lot of times. They start to energetic before manifesting as physically and in the body so when we regularly cleansing energy really help house with any with henschel physical sicknesses or go on for rebirth thing It's a type of breast work. It's really conscious breathing. And when you do it for like ten five ten minutes you answer the and your body breathing on his own and you answer a State of consciousness that is beyond just the physical route and different people have very different experiences in in not any people wedding becoming extremely cold and of course Virtually the or each and every person the reason why it's called reimbursing because it doesn't believe that our birthing experience as the first trauma that we go through so we are used to being in the mother wound where everything everything's safe and all of sudden they may be of out a whole new world and umbilical cord cut and maybe grieving for the first time using it on lung and so this is the needs to be the first drama through reversing record and the state that we enter our there in order to help us heal from our traumas people actually during their session. They might syrian their their birth. Basically and i kind of had that as well. And i've heard about many people like during their experience as they might get memories of how happened they might feel like they're being pulled out of something so again. It depends really something super personal. Every person will experience the defense deep. But i really recommend every person to give it a try because it's something that i've never fought before and after the session when we're done with the breathing we go into this deep state of meditation so a lot of time can be really hard for me but after the breathing become so effortless and the mind. Release all the code. The body and so on and respect the feeling connected to the full they. He's seething feelings of blessed like nothing experienced before and no matter how much they try to explain and talk about it the only way to really understand it just give it a try and experience it for one while you definitely talked me into wanting to try. Rebirth thing that's amazing. Is it something that you said. Everyone should try so. Is it a rebirth technique. Something you could join will say a class for. I'm not sure in sixty nine minutes. And then you can just try rebirthing or is that something you need to work up to anyone who would like to try to confine a rebirth thing of taxes jenner. Who can talk them through it and it's better to have someone supervising you. The first time later on it's to do with By your own but at the beginning for have someone who knows what they're doing just to provide me and holding space Guiding the the person with a lot of times maybe i'm Yoga studios will offer a group reversing session. So they will be leading the entire with can be really powerful because the collective energy brings up so much of each individual. You can just drop and try it no need for any experience for nothing at all perfect and so i would love to tap into product feeling just a little bit more. 'cause i didn't realize it was so much about energy cleansing. How has this energetic. Cleansing happening in product. Feeling so basically if you are certified to be a prosecutor you can either be doing it on yourself for on anyone else. We need this whether they are physically in front of you. Or they're not there and it's all about direct energy with power ones inception. The breeding is conscious and she was on energy. Basically their description method that we learn regarding how to use energies in order scoop. Glenn shot crab or cleanse the body parts where we feel. There's any blockages or lawn. And is just using really the power of intention with the mind the direct energy who basically cleanse maybe energy that needs to be kind and maybe also refill energy where there's lack of it maybe three move surplus with this extra energy. Sometimes that that it's not working at our events that speedy. Just with the power of the pension visualizing how a lot and we normally use our hands direct energy although it can be done to art just i'm just that it can also be done through crystal so the more the most advanced level of giving is using crystal and they really emphasized at the power of the energies that are coming in out to cleanse at first the person even an animal at once house or whatever it needs to be done. It sounds so much like ricky. Yes.
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"Hello and welcome to the wild yoga tribe at podcast this week. I am so excited to have tracy estefan on the show. A yoga teacher from lebanon. So tracy estefan started her yoga journey in two thousand fourteen when she first discovered bickram hot yoga in london as she was completing her master's degree then in two thousand fifteen tracy took the leap and turned passion into her profession and joined a two hundred our hot yoga teacher training at the absolute yoga academy in thailand directly upon her completion of the program and returning back home to lebanon. Tracy started teaching private and public yoga classes including hot yoga vanessa. Power yoga and yoga. Latsis in beirut's leading yoga studios and gyms she's now co leading yearly two hundred hour yoga teacher training programs in lebanon and internationally as well. Those programs do specialize in vanessa yoga. She also has a special interest in energy healing and breath work and has attended numerous trainings in product. Healing and rebirthing. So as you can tell. Tracy has an amazing story to share. And i'm so excited to welcome her onto the show today. So thank you tracy so much for being here. Thank you for having me. I'm excited me too. So tracy ended love to just dive in and ask you how you first got started on the path of yoga. You've mentioned and bio living in london that point. I was doing my master's degree which was and Marcus thing to do with yoga at that point and I just read a lot about the benefits of yoga. And they wanted to give it a five I saw that there was a big from yoga studio convenient location and i when my friends and And so the. I remember that i experienced So it was in a room. He's forty three degree temperature. I walked in and it was able to. Maybe do the half of the class was just exhausting and my heart was beating fast. I felt was gonna rip my chest open and i ask the teacher of this is normal. I was not fit at that point or prior to that point and the teacher was like. Don't worry about it. This is cardiovascular and on i did not expect to be that hard So i live down and enough for like half of the class and all. I did not finish it when i left. I sounds like something has already gained inside of me. Maybe it was an office what they release. Maybe it was just a mental challenge of saying even in the in that hot room. Although i was not continuing the practice. I'm not sure what exactly it was. But this shift happened directly. During my i saw and i was driven to come back the next day and I feel and like. I was getting better at it quickly. I was able to do more. I'm first time and also the benefit on the timing. And i felt this cyrus in my mind i felt and mobile in my body. I felt good within my house More present more peaceful and I just kept coming back for more basically and soon after this. I felt like i needed to share this with everyone that i know how does not everyone breakfast. You got you know and with The main reason why did my teacher training One year. After i started my practice tracy i completely agree that those benefits just expand and expand and expand as you continue to practice and i think that they're still benefits that probably every week or every month i kind of reflecting on my practice than king. Oh that's that's what i'm learning. I love the the benefits that come in But i think it's so amazing that you jumped right into teaching. After completing your two hundred our training. I would love to hear about how that transition happened. I graduated from the program. That i was doing in london I was sunning on landing a job and he'll But because i was changed after having sort of yoga. I want to work in the health and wellness the sector but at that point i was looking for marketing. Job in that field I was looking for jobs and it wasn't happening so quickly and then occurs to me that i might as well do a one hundred our teacher training just because i had the time at time. That's i might not have had leader on a fight words to be employed so i decided to do the training without any intention to start teaching fulltime at all. I just wanted at that point to defend my knowledge and the yoga practices. And the you'll have lost to see and the lifestyle so I decided to do that. So hundred hours training during the training. I really enjoyed the teaching parts. And i felt. Like i was gonna edit so after i came back home. I was like okay and i still don't have a fulltime job. I'll teaching part-time giving classes your and their family friends. Maybe at my local studio where i practice and that's how it started really without any intention of giving up everything that have done before and becoming a full time you'll get but as i started to keep your in. Their people are really enjoying the classes. And they were asking for more and i was really enjoying teaching and found it to be fulfilling and i wanted to be like a shoe purpose of mine and at that point i up looking for other job and i just continued teaching and little dream of mine. That's hasn't been realized. Yes but i would love to one day own my own yoga studio. Maybe like a wellness fair and And and teach in one day. Would you like that. Yoga studio to be in lebanon. Or do you envision it being in like a tropical thailand donation or something i am not sure yet This solution in lebanon now is not so great so Existing businesses are really struggling to make ends me. I don't envision you're in lebanon for the time being. I would probably see myself opening something up abroad. And.
What Needs To Happen for Newsom To Get Recalled?
"So let's just go through. If if gavin newsom gets recalled what would be the areas that have to do that. You'd have to have kind of the gay base in san francisco not turn out right. I'm not saying that pejoratively. It's just what it is right. You have to have the hispanic hispanic base in kind of la not turn out right and then you need to have a suburban one one eighty right. You need to have kind of the westwood yoga. Moms and the brentwood won't yoga moms. I mean and kind of like the pasadena. Professors be like not going to happen. And the reason i'm saying this though is that this really isn't uphill climb in california. You need like five different domino's to fall on my right. Yeah that that's a very realistic. I mean it's. It's good that we do that with viewers and listeners be realistic. It is a very steep hill to climb but the things you just mentioned we did see possible which is why it was close in. La for instance. Fifty one percent of hispanics told us in l. a. that were going to vote You know he should. He should trounce The opposition in la should eat at least thirty points out of there. Are we not seeing that. In the reason. Why is because a lot of the people who did tillis they were gonna vote. Were anti newsom. So outside in the county around ventura the suburbs. You was not doing well. And then you had san diego. For instance where if sandiego was a bigger margin for no or for Yes to recall him then. Probably means orange county would've been a little bit wider and it may have been a lead for a minute there but san diego was not as pro recall as we expected it to be or it needs to be so there are definitely five. Domino's maybe even more that you need to see fall of that white liberal base which is that bay area He needs to more inland hispanics for sure Central valley hispanics the working hispanic in the central valley. They tend to be more conservative in they do. And they're getting more conservative of the years but they for while were the most pro
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"So amazing. I can't remember if i have time to go. The story there have been a little good story. I would love that. yes. I remember that on. I wanted to see him. Nearly gas ever are also in the astrodome in bowl north carolina and dance video comes every july or minutes guru. Tony my he. Comes there the celebrate group on so i also went there to see him. That was my first stand. And i so wanted to see him. But they're like thousands and thousands of people were there. They were you know they were. I was leg call. Rely ever come in front of him are seeing him. Speak or look into his eyes. If i have to go through all these people. So i was just sitting there. I should've been bowling to recognize. Is she on the tests along a lot of stairs. Going up to reach the istomin. I was just sitting on the stairs. Remember that day that he was coming and all these running down the stairs going in the direction of very ex- veered. They expected him to calm his car. And then i thought to myself. I will not run. I will not go because this is useless code. I go through the talked. So i stayed back and i sit on the stairs. An eyeless neck isolate. I could be an line over sitting there. Artif- of nowhere. He suddenly gained from the right side somewhere. I don't know but not at all from downstairs where the crowd was awaiting him. He came visit a few people around the and he just came in to go quickly in the hall and i was sitting right on his fence and then i stood up and i said you fooled all those people down there by coming this me and you said yes but you wanted to see me right and i was like totally quiet and silent because i know he knows what i wanted and this is just one good study. A lot of more happened three in my life but also a lot of people actually. All the people who have been in the of living organization is just amazing. Holly issue my little good study. Thank you for sharing that. That's so sweet and special and i. I'm really happy that that happened to you. What an amazing amazing experience just to feel so seen and heard and to feel that you've got that chance. You were fooled so archie. I was wondering about your personal practice. So what do everyday does your personal practice look like because you said you don't miss a day so i would love to hear about it so everyday manx ishmael and by i a friend i do. An hour of us denies in ghana and Every every day that is different. It's not a a affixed. Seek grint that every day. I have a one dollars. Sequin is gonna. After that. I rest in. You'll need it up for a coupla minutes. And then i get up and my to the ocean. Brea sedition three. I is a very beautiful technique. That i learned act missing any station. It's the technique radio with Various kinds of rhythms breeding You bring harmony all the different nation. Your buddy i do it at an acid it. I finished i go my us a hutch. Meditation which is also part of the art of nipping organization. It special meditation you get. Your cushion are months and indifference from other medication in the fact that Other many asian. They they'll bring you nathan you rest and base and you feel ready and the guys off the debt. But this such meditation is a special occasion radio on go into all the aggression of your buddy and you clean your impression. So on net if my is sequence. And if i have more time i do. Also my japa- nudist a jabbing. And on. if i have more more time. I also knew of my open. Iron native is also a special program from that he can the guy and beautiful personal practice for sharing that with us rt. I appreciate it. And i would love to hear you mentioned in your bio or i mentioned when i read your bio that the yoga happiness center was built according to the vast do principles. Could you explain what that means. And what the principles are so on. There are a lot of principle. It's not the dell in a few minutes but to sell it in a nutshell to a version who doesn't even know what last is i would say. Novosel principles are the last two knowledge is all about the nfl gives and talks about in which directions are the energy and in vich that actions are the negative energy. So then you look at the east and the north. They are considered to be good energy if boss if energy god it's positive vibration while the rest and the salt are considered to be the negative energy. So this building. This yoga beat happiness center was built according to this technique so the front gate is sorted located in the east so all the all the boss. If they've energy can come in the door thought that he located in such that it it all the positive energy can come in if you look at. For instance the toilets. They are totally in the south. Where all the negative. All the raced goes out on the wall on the side. South side of the building there is no window in it so no negative. Lightning comes in also. The vin are built affording washed the amount of windows ten wash the space that win win. A building should have are belt earned that they the door but also the bane neural of roof should be dealt so that bill give energy comes in and negative energy bills but also the bands that are be blended. there are affording. Wash.
How Do We Keep Red States Conservative?
"So people say charlie. How do we make conservative. State stay conservative liberals will self deport. The more of these wonderful laws will pass so right now. Somewhere in menlo park california. Some triple mask wearing vaccine mandate suburban mom who drinks her smoothies shakes and goes to yoga class. Who has a. Let's say complicated. Relationship with her beta male metrosexual husband who works for dropbox. They are looking at real estate right now in texas and elbasan. They're like. I don't know if we want to move there. All of a sudden they might change their zillow search box from highland park texas to boulder colorado and honestly sayonara to boulder the point. Is that for the triple mask wearing vegan smoothie wearing soul cycle attending complicated relationship upper middle class white liberal mom that lives in menlo park and doesn't want to live in california and work tax. Too high she's now going to have a conversation with her husband tonight. Honey i want to go to denver instead. Not texas texas will become more conservative because this is how you repel liberals from moving into your state for example conservatives are not flocking in major numbers to new york and by the way out of all the list of the things that he mentioned love. The pro-life law loved the voter law. The thing that if you want all the sudden repel liberals from your state like mosquitoes have opened carry as soon as california liberals start to see people walk around with guns they will sell their homes and they will leave. You wouldn't believe the reason why liberals have been coming to. Texas is because the haven't been implementing these sorts of laws and by the way securing the elections in texas allowing people to own firearms and to protect young lives that can protect themselves in the womb. God bless texas doing that
"Ninety eight percent of your body weight was made up of bagel. bites and jose cuervo deep in hale in and i would now like you to picture yourself eating clean vibrant raw foods. You know steph that those annoying yoga chicks on instagram green ship cardis apps ratio maka chalet giresun colonial silver. I'm just saying words. Is it stick in. that's it feed your soul. L. allies
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"Namaste and welcome to this episode of the wild yoga tribe. I am so excited. I am actually over the moon to welcome onto the show Nadine McNeill. She's a yoga teacher from Jamaica and is a global gallivant who goes by the moniker universal Empress. For nearly two decades prior to her deep dive in yoga in 2008 in a dean traveled the world in service of the UN UNICEF global volunteer network and organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons. She was the former UN chief of operations in the Central African Republic and UNICEF humanitarian who has now based in Bali as a yoga instructor and personal coach at yoga barn in ubud. Nadine is the founder of the bad asana series which is a yoga with weights continuing education certification program through yoga alliance and it's her mission Nadine's mission as a yoga teacher speaker wisdom enter and humanitarian is to ignite infinite possibility and people around the world and share yoga especially with diverse underserved communities. So thank you so much Nadine for joining me on the show today. Thank you so much for inviting me. The joy to be here. So Nadine I would love to just start off by asking you how yoga first came into your life. The $1 million question that we all ask. How did yoga come into my life? I think that. Yoga found me at the most perfectly imperfect time what do I mean by this? I had come largely from a fitness background. I had worked in James run a couple of half marathons. I've always been very exercised oriented. And I was living in the Netherlands at the time I was first introduced to yoga and in fact I went to Pilates before yoga. And a friend of mine suggested me trying it out at sort of flat lined at the gym I was born safe. But she said why don't you try adding some yoga to your program and so I did. And it's kind of comic code because for the first several tries I absolutely hated it. But yet I still kept going back. So something had me coming back. The practice that I really sort of took you initially and followed for quite some time was in fact Vikram. And while maybe football three or four years I did pick from consistently 6 days a week. And then on Sundays I would do a double whammy and do two classes. And you know with that like with everything else that you deepen enough practice something as opens up. And so from there I was born to ashtanga. And so my general practice you know having entered through a physical old life was initially very physical. And then somewhere I started practicing shortly after 9 11. I'd also had a major breakup with an engagement heartbreak. And so I had some point around 2008. I felt like I wanted to learn more about the philosophical aspect. Of this practice that was having. Or creating deep and meaningful shifts in my life. Wow I didn't know that you came to the yoga practice through bikram. And to do double whammies on Sundays oh my goodness that's normally a day of rest in the ashtanga tradition. How I've was taught was that Sunday is the day to rest and to absorb all the practice. So it definitely seems like you did come to yoga through the physical route but clearly now I feel that yoga for you Nadine really has is transformative. It goes beyond the asana. I know that you do a lot of other. Modalities of yoga like women circles and different practices. So would you like to talk a little bit about beyond the asina? Like how that has captured you. Absolutely and I love that term beyond the asana songs like a podcast tied to begin with that's really interesting. You know it's funny what you just said about knowing when to rest in these practices and these strong practices. Because over time and over the years I have moved away from a very young practice though I do teach quite young practices for example my yoga with wings which I'm sure we'll talk about later on. And so. As I deepened in the philosophies and started to learn more and you know see the impact of pranayama breath work and meditation that became more of my yoga and so for me when I think of yoga it's an integration of life experiences. It's the physical it's the mental it's the psychological it's the spiritual. And the body is our access we are our gateway to many of the suckler elements of our lives. So one of the things I am very. Foundational on in my teachings and practice is what is your body telling you? Because the body knows something before the cognitive gets involved and starts to analyze and purchase and judge and try to figure things out. Your body was speak to you first. You know we need someone we talk about the butterflies in the stoma. We get fright or flight. We talk about a pounding heart. We talk about not being able to express ourselves conscription at the throat. And as you and I know in many of our listeners will what I'm actually touching on there is that such a shock resistant. So if we can understand the messages of our body first then we are able to apply tools breath for meditation such a movement et cetera to unlock or unpack whatever it is the bodies then trying to tell us. And then from that place we can receive spaces like women circles you know where women come to see and be seen and to be in a very safe intimate and vulnerable space that allows them to courageously allows us to really justly share our truth. You said that so beautifully about yoga being an integrative experience and the art of listening to the body to unlock and unpack what it's trying to tell us I think is absolutely vital to the practice of yoga and to all of the asana the pranayama the meditation. When you draw it is all about getting to those subtler subtler levels of our unconscious to try to access those truths because I really do think we already have the answers to all of the questions we're trying to ask and pray for and search for. I think those answers are we don't need to look outside for them. They're already.
Voit's Double Lifts Surging Yanks to 7-5 Win Over Twins
"Look for at least a two run double what the Yankees scored four times in the third inning of their season high seventh straight win seven to five over the twins Kyle he does yoga homered and started a four run rally with an RBI double or we we just want to contribute to the winds so I know for putting pressure on the pitchers and we're gonna try to line up over and you know the judge Rizzo void all those guys are going to come up with runners on base and and have a chance to do some real damage both hit scored Brock's date of entry Velasquez who had two hits and also stole a base Giancarlo Stanton also homered for the Yankees who lead the first ale wild card by one game over the athletics Jamison tire and took a shutout into the fifth inning and earned his seventh straight win I'm Dave Ferrie
Healing the Mother Wound with Author & Soul Guide Kerri Hummingbird
"The heck do you mean by. The mother wound cats such a good question. It's provocative isn't it. It's something deep a some recognition like. There's something there it's it's in everything and it really has to do with our at the biggest sense our connection with the divine whether we feel separate alone scared not cared for not loved on worthy or whether we feel that we are part of all that is that we are inter cally intricately connected to everything that is in life and this is a really divine feminine awakening a remembrance of who we really are. And we've been living in the ego mind you know we've been living in the masculine aspects of ourselves and we've been living in A patriarchy yoga because everything is like. It's like fractionals of the same pattern. So you know the patriarchy that's been on in the planet in our Cultures for the last thousands of years is a mirror of the patriarchy inside of ourselves with our minding control of everything dominating our emotions and dominating our bodies and dominating dominating dominating right yeah and you know sort of Belittling the feminine and disempowering it and kind of talk making. It seem like it's crazy like or unwanted or unseen or and it's also the taming of the planet right. It's the taming of the wild and building concrete jungles. You could see how it's like in everything and it certainly is in your relationship with your own biological mother and the mother that you created inside your consciousness that lives inside you you know. Yeah you know it's interesting when you were talking. It's it's sort of struck me that i think i. I actually interpreted this more from an ego standpoint. Because i'm thinking healing. The mother wound a wound that mother inflicted upon me. But it sounds like it's more like the mother has been wounded because of this patriarchal thinking am i right or or not anything. It's
Defining Calisthenics with School of Calisthenics Co-Founders Tim Stevenson & Jacko Jackson
"What is meant by calisthenics or water. Calisthenics effectively was talking about progressive body weight training. So people will Wrongly put in the box of pushups in. Maybe pull up as exciting guess. Callous things to say that a lot further and often the kingpins of movements things. Muslims handstands human flags strength based hansen work. That kind of stuff. Oftentimes he has a kind of a borderline with some of the strength based yoga positions. That people will be will be familiar with as well. There's kind of an overlap. There brace all the way down. So i mean a lot of my training. These days were focused around what we would call fundamental skills of just using bodyweight on pushing and pulling patterns without beyond balls or rings typically close kency chain kind of movement said one fix on the floor or in the on a ball and and yeah as feroza big paul of it was around play and that was one thing that we found when we go into it it was just gave us the freedom we being strengthened condition for while i was going into the gym which like jacko and being on a squad for the next four weeks lead to five rep zoysia. Do ten reps right. What are one. But i'm basically doing the same thing. We found calisthenics. Rely all this new stuff we can learn like it was just fun and to to how it starts in why we now have a school of calisthenics taio ganic process. We started playing around with it. Far enjoyment is that the story jacket mentioned before was had two shoulder reconstructions at the latest one antonio the physio decaying shoulder the rehab. Bassi didn't work. So i decided if i could learn to hanson and that would give me some confidence that how to stable shoulder that was the starting point and we kind of just explored played around with it and then some people at the gym that we were trading at the time just came in last as if he was to put a workshop on. We were obviously making progress. Because we were flipping all when we started. I really bad too. Old birkin will be placed trying to learn things me twelve or thirteen years old. It was quite funny. How bad we were. But we saw arrives which we'd be used what we are kind of analytical brains and what we learned from sport breaking movements down and we workshop on and some people came. We told them to do a human flagging seven weeks. I'm relaxed. you know this is. This is fun to be teaching something a bit
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"In 2016 she founded the Belize yoga festival. And I also want to mention she's a master yoga meditation and breathwork teacher deeply rooted in the Himalayan yoga tradition trained in the Himalayas in India and Vedic and tantric transcendental wisdom tantric Korea nada Himalayan kundalini half of vinyasa. She is truly a stellar stellar guest and I am so honored to welcome her onto the show today. Thank you Michelle for being here. I'm very grateful that you reached out to me and I'm very honored to be here and to share a little bit of you know yoga happening in Belize and my experiences so on and so forth. So I'm incredibly grateful. And welcome and big hugs from beautiful Belize. Thank you. So to kick off our conversation I would love just to ask Michelle how yoga came into your life. If you consider like Jim yoga I when I was in college and university in New York I was I started yoga in that way. And I think we actually had you going to school here in Belize. But just us now physical yoga. It was actually introduced to me in the most profound way in. A treatment center for depression that I went to and I stayed at for about a month. And that's when I was introduced to yoga in the most transformational way. Although it was very simple it affected me in such a profound way that and meditation and reiki and acupuncture all these modalities that I actually healing modalities that actually offer hair on shanty. And so that's when I realized that it had to be a part of my life. Just to maintain that mental stability that I yearned for. Most of my adult life. And so that's really when I was introduced to it. On knowingly. You know there was a lot more depth even from then that I that I had yet to experience. And so. Yes that's how yoga was introduced to me. And. It's been part of my life and it's been my life actually since then. You've been trained in so many amazing different paths of yoga and modalities of yoga. I would love to hear more about where you are trained and who your teachers were. Oh sure. Well when I decided I wanted to be a yoga teacher it was my mom actually that recommended that I if I'm going to study yoga I needed to go to the birthplace and so I ended up going to. And doing a 500 hour in a school in Rishikesh. And then I came back and I opened and it was a hassa based practice and I opened on shanti. But it wasn't really until I. Was inadvertedly introduced when I was doing my 300 hour in Michigan. I was introduced to an on my rota and sat for yoga and it took about 5 years after that before I actually went and was trained by him. So I have to say though. You mentioned that it's different paths but in actual fact a non teaches and the site for practice which is the Himalayan yoga tradition that they're all one path. It's just an integrative approach that we use. So they're all parts of yoga to help us be as integrated human beings as we possibly can. And so it involves all the modalities that are in my bio. It involves sacred rituals it involves. Jewish medical astrology. They're all these tools that God really gave us to evolve and to become anti step into really our true potential. And it wasn't until I you know I had the honor of immersing myself in this ancient practice with Anand and his teachings. That I realized that true meaning of yoga and how yoga is really supposed to be practiced. And it was at that point that there was another leap in my evolution huge leap forward. The wisdom through yogic holy text the back of paquita the beta is it's all part of the beautiful science called yoga. It seems like it's different modalities but it's all it all it's all path leading to one really one path. And that's unity. That's unity that's unity consciousness. That's compassion that's unconditional love. Which is what yoga is. I love getting to talk about the path of yoga that transcends the asana. That is just something I love getting to shed a light on. And I'm glad we're dipping into the different modalities as being just the steps on the ladder to ascend and to connect and to go deeper. And I did some yoga courses in Rishikesh as well. That's a second home for me. Can I ask what school you were at in Rishikesh? Shiba yoga peace. I actually did my 203 hundred hour yeah. Shiva yoga repeats. And then and then I did other courses and trainings in the United States. I would I was constantly wanting to learn more. And ironically enough I had set up my yoga school already and I decided I wanted to go and I had taken some of an honest classes at the international yoga festival in which education was kind of blown away. And I'd actually recommended people to go to his school. And so I decided to go for a break for me and then that's when I realized that it was really the connection with the teachings was really profound. And I had some really really beautiful experiences while at sapphire. So yeah the first one was she goes to yoga piece. And then of course after yoga wonderful. So I've heard you talk. I watched you recording at the Belize international yoga festival. And you said that yoga is a technology for humanity. I would love for you to explain to our listeners more about what you.
How to Breathe Life Into Your Presentations
"Have you ever been in a car singing along with your favourite singer. Only to run out of breath that she continues to hold a note for a seemingly impossibly longtime. How do they do that. They learn to breathe. You see we don't have to think about breathing so we usually don't awake or asleep relaxed exercising. We breathe like many things that are essential to your body. It just happens but breathing is different from many other actions. your body requires to function. Breathing is one of the few bodily functions that can be controlled both unconsciously in consciously and amazing. Things can happen when you control your breathing at the conscious level. You already know this if you've been coached in singing. Playing a wind instrument spots meditation yoga childbirth or numerous other activities with a particular breathing patterns. Help but how can breathing consciously lp when speaking in public while. Sit back and breathe as a cover several of the benefits when you get stressed or excited and depending on your viewpoint your brain considers public speaking to be stressful or exciting. Will many things can happen. I your brain signals your adrenal glands to release journal and into your bloodstream and then a whole host of things happen to your body. You heartbeats faster you're breathing gets faster. Your blood pressure increases. You begin to sweat you feel a sense of nervousness. Your senses heightened your ability to feel pain decreases and your strength increases. This series of reactions is commonly known as an adrenaline rush. I'm sure you've experienced this and you might now be thinking yes and i it. How do i make it stop. You don't wanna make it
Dealing With Tough School Mornings Wakeups with Author Jessica Sinarski
"Give me an example of a kid getting stack somehow someway on a school morning so i mean there are a number that come to that we have experienced firsthand so the the first that comes to mind is even just just getting up in the morning so I can think of countless mornings that we've really worked on even how that wake up goes and i'm sure you can relate with all of the children that you have worked on this so for two to. My boys are morning guys in there. Adam no problem and one especially on school mornings really likes to sleep in and so we've worked on it. We really try to unpack. What's the need what is the underlying need Of why it's really hard to get going in the morning. And so that's taken different shape over time. We at some points were being. I mean we're usually pretty consistent with bedtime but making sure we were hitting bed time to make sure he was getting enough sleep so that that wasn't what was going on. We found that sometimes it just takes him a little time to get To get the positive heart of of being awake going and so having something a little playful with me in the morning so we went to a phase where we played ams In his bed first thing in the morning when he got up we've gone through a yoga ties and tell us what hot hands is so So it wouldn't work for every kid but it works for it. Works for many so he holds his little hands out. And i put my hand he will face up and i hold my hands face down on top and then he tries to swing a little hands up and hit the top of my hands before i can pull him away a switch off when if you hit the hands than your good again for kids who are more sensitive detached or Who maybe that would feel scary. Obviously not great for my guy. He likes the rough and tumble and And so that was a good fit and it got us going. It got the positive connected sort of brain engaged so that he could then get dressed and brush teeth and do all of those things. It's tempting sometimes to just want to say like get up. It's time to get up. Get
Yoga & Meditation Teacher Tracee Stanley on How She Was Pulled Into Meditation
"Interested in that you were really pulled into meditation. I in yoga. Second that's the opposite for me. I found meditation through yoga. And so i'm curious just a little bit about what were those first practices like. What were you practicing. I love this question. So one of the books that i was given by my friend and doni anatazio. Who was the one who gave me all these books. When i had that spontaneous meditation moment was a book on a tantric. Meditation by harish johari and so this is before the time of having any kind of audio so basically you would read the practice and then you would just do the practice based on what you remembered from reading and so i remember doing this practice. I was sitting in my apartment. I was living in south africa at the time. And i was doing this this practice. And you know. In retrospect it was a chucker meditation. But i did not know that until later and i had no idea what a chocolate was. Even though it was explained in the book it was like Way over my head. And so i did this meditation focusing on different parts of my body. Which were the talk rose and visualizing different colors and i believe that there may have even been like Shapes or geometrical shapes that were being visualized. And i did this meditation. And at the end of the meditation towards the end of the meditation this vibrant rainbow of colors and magic. It was like this mystical experience. I was like wow. This is what meditation is you know. This is incredible and so that was the first hook into
Tips for Developing and Keeping Healthy Habits
"I have all of these habits. That i want to make sure i do but sometimes like you said i struggle with consistency. And you said you know that a lot of times people will try to depend on willpower or determination alone to make these healthy habits. What do you recommend instead of this. You know determination because a lot of people think. Oh i just you know if i just really have strong willpower. But that's not the case so tell us what you've found to be. The case for forming help healthier habits. Well a big one is to not rely on motivation. So you know. Everyone has start monday. But really what's going to change like if you've had thousands of monday's in your life and nothing has changed so we tend not to rely on motivation. And that's when we talk about a lot so my biggest piece of advice would be to use something called implementation intention so it's basically a way to help you plan which has been scientifically proven to work So goes like this. I will behavior at time in location. So an example would be. I do yoga six. Pm in my living rooms or i will meditate for ten minutes on my couch at seven. Am so you really need a plan. That's that's a big thing and this implementation intention also makes it can concrete and it's also kind of embarrassing yourself if you don't do it because you know you taking the time to write it down so you know it's kind of embarrassing yourself in a way and it writing it down is super important An accountability partners. Of course if somebody's looking for to start from habits were obviously big accountability partners. So find someone who you can text every day and so that you know like when i don't work out in the morning i know that if i don't do it i have to tech sneaky that i didn't do it yourself but even better seven outside or don't want wanna disappoint me account with count ability partner commu ability group. So that's obviously what we're trying to create and we started a slack group for this reason so we say our habits every day. We hold each other accountable. We kind of put ourselves on the podium. We tell everybody what we wanna do them. You know we all eleven. Make sure jerry each other on meccan
What Is OlympicTok?
"The twenty twenty olympics. Haven't exactly been easy to watch. Yes they are taking place in twenty twenty one during a once in a century pandemic. But what i mean is that it's actually difficult to watch the events and festivities on tv despite. Nbc holding the exclusive broadcasting rights. Finding out where to watch the olympics is confusing as heck as things are spread out over several cable and streaming channels and then without fans there to post videos and photos of the games. It kind of feels like we're missing out but there is one really good place to find. Those highlight videos not to mention excited reactions from coaches fans and the athletes themselves and that place is having already did that. They get here to tell us about. Olympic talk is boxes rebecca jennings. Hey rebecca. tell me about talk in the olympics. What's happening on the app right now. So this is the first olympics. Where tech talk has existed. And i think what we're seeing the same thing that we see from like celebrities who get on social media and then we sort of start to put a face to the name and everything and we feel like we know them. The same thing is happening for athletes on talk and so they are making videos of behind the scenes at the olympic village. Here he wrote me other testing out those beds which is really funny. She's doing yoga. Oh they're making like thirst videos for their fellow athletes It's just like a lot of fun kind of you. See them less as athletes and more as people who are just like their regular young people and it's just like a really joyous thing to behold so let's talk about numbers. How big are the olympics on talk so the olympics are huge on tech. Talk like when. I opened the app. When i scroll a few times. It's like every maybe fifth or sixth video as olympics related. And that's from whether it's the athletes themselves or it's you know nbc's sports coverage where they just do you know cool highlight moments or whatever or it's just fans watching their favorite sport so there's a lot on it Some athletes have you know built followings of hundreds of thousands already in just like the span of a couple of weeks even athletes who had just gone on just prior to the olympics. And then you see. Olympic talk is one of the biggest hashtags. There's like hundreds of millions of us there and with all the olympics hashtag combined. It's like at least a billion views you know. Maybe probably more.
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"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"It's not only the physical aspect to sold so there indra john yoga but we have to go defending net in this saturday. Seen got my yoga when we said this and we do seem a photo. There's how we feel how the garden is. He said the only sat owning back to your when your connecting yourself with divine with something bigger than you shapiro than do yoga Keep learning understaffing because the knowledge when you combine all these seems when you realize that a you have to go through all these for You'll see how your personal speed drug growth it's improving you are eighteen of of your would spend on felony said yes i also said for ye said to realize that we are not in the bandon individuals. We are by their whole existence. We have to see that we are not better donald. They're sora my thoughts bidding than you at the end. You have to see that we don't one and we are going to take anna if you see these nexium about among everything. I'm on all that are coming to your life than your ill-will becoming less on this office s What we have to work on so that could be my definition of ohio beautiful so if somebody wants to join you for a retreat or has anything that they would like to ask you. What is a good way for them to reach out a. We added a second on if they want to join with us. The coursework shop online or offline when everything getting better on in the offense for them they gonna we to seem his your holidays dot. Es order in how the website your holidays also dot is on the Upcoming school sys- for so the disease is platform weekly in this platform specifically for a sponge community because in his thing if we have these barrier of language many people defend. They gotta do on this workshop for isn't that we we are dealing with local the detect So we are offering them the opportunity that tends to hi fi the contact with a local teacher with a translation in his fence. So anyone who is interested they contact us from these That forms sounds good. And so on dana. I know you also have a small company kamala guru. I would love to hear a little bit more about that. Yeah that is something. That offensive mina Union one year when everything his second the situation we wanted to keep the meeting Fascinating the before of many days through the minors that we started off. Eighty nine sending in online in a web web a es by asa demanding no costumer sunday clients. We have expanded our Defend defend related to job. Like singing bowls they were in for the day is studies for their your whole More involved around tariffs comb a decent. We wanted to to share with fed with every one of the country the at least a half super Where my would roller side of blessed here with a in gone now we monte us also saw they have a special any kiana everyone who got deserty yet a feeling samaan very very happy with with us on these over kennedy that we are giving them to have in their home. These kind of a wonderful and so is it an international online shop so you could ship anywhere in the world. Are you only shipping in europe. Young we have ready to seep everywhere. Around the world soul fina Us also needs or to the website. If someone is interesting specific Would be happy via with whatever the the wonderful. That's so awesome. I'm glad you've started that. And i'm glad it's going so well and that your blessing them and doing mantras on all the products. They do agree that there is such a special energy in rishikesh end by doing the ceremonies by dependent maganga river. It's not just love that you're doing that on the data that that intentions beautiful. Yeah we wanted to give the speciale a-plus Driven for customers. Annexing goes for them is very special when we say. The blessing gun gone with the energy of a With this process so please win this week. Twelve month phoenix something that you cannot find everywhere and we are more than happy to do it because we really really on the ascend on your next to gun gutty beautiful. Well thank you so much on medina for joining me today On the wild yoga try podcast. It been such a delight to learn more about you and your yoga journey and all of the amazing offerings. You're doing now with yoga holidays new yoga and with malla guru. So thank you so much for sharing your story.
How to Avoid Loneliness, Cut out Boredom, & Have Fun
"You guys. I am so excited to do this. Episode in this is almost in its own way a part too because we had somebody from this organization on the show a longtime ago back in the very beginning like i think probably in my first twenty episodes maybe britney was on. And she was talking about the phoenix. Such a cool organization in today. We have scott strode with us. Who is the originator. i will call him. Hey scott thanks for coming on the show. Thank you so much for doing this with me. Thanks thanks for having me on. Why don't you take just a minute and let everybody know about you and what you do sure. So on on the executive director and the founder of the phoenix and the phoenix is a nonprofit that uses the inherent transformative power of activities and connection to help people who are healing from substance use disorder. So we use activities Such as yoga meditation outdoor activities cross fit boxing climbing whole bunch of things. They're all free Most of our active leaders are volunteer peers recovery or someone who's been touched by addiction in their life and there were all across the country we started in colorado but we're now in fifty five plus communities and just getting started and i'm i'm in recovery myself. This is a big part of my own journey to the to start moving my body and find a group of people who would rather get up at five in the morning and climbing mountain than stay up till five in the morning drinking and using
Ali Wong on Being a Private School Asian
"I grew up going to private school to him. And i are both total like private school. Asians we both are big hippies to we like to backpack through southeast asia. We like to do yoga. We do iowa oscar ceremonies. We do seven meditation retreats. That's right we pay eight hundred dollars to shut up for a weekend. We do shit like that. We eat gluten free which means we eat all that bread that tastes like free range to baca. We eat that lesbian bread. That's like a thousand percent of your daily fiber and twenty percents spoken word poetry. When you eat it you que- shitty poem about supporting caitlyn jenner. Or whatever and so. It's funny right because he's asian to but sometimes all of this hippy. Dippy shit we do makes me feel like we are white. People doing an impression of asian people like we have these chinese scrolls up on the wall and neither of us know what the fuck they mean like that seems to go very well with our buddha piggy bank from pier. One imports needs to be providing some good food way for the house.
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"Welcome welcome. Welcome to the wild yoga tribe. Podcast here on episode six. I welcome my yoga teacher from nepal. Yoga home in katmandu precaution. Sharia is the founder of nepal yoga home and is a renowned yoga teacher with a master's degree in yoga science and human consciousness and his current phd. That he's working on a meditation. He's also a grand master and reiki healer and has diplomas in yoga and naturopathy acupressure and also the yoga alliance international ambassador for nepal. He has a deep and profound knowledge and insight into the field of yoga. And i am so lucky to have been one of his students in katmandu for my two hundred hour. Yoga teacher training course was such an honor to be with them. And i'm it's an honor to have him here on the show today. Thank you for being with me today for cash Play the to make you the nepali on emily. We have the concept to make though all global globe as a family and if all along with a small practice to make that it's beautiful. I know you do have yoga. Students come from all around the world to be with you though right almost every country i feel i cannot sue come doors yes we have more than one. Defend this year and men people's from the minute dependent corner of the world. They concentrated in electricity. Earning goes do got his it caused that coors and if eating lysine balls and the healing courses and calm palm all of our wet is one of the most important things you have to teach your students that come to you okay. Something my what. I think is the simple to understand the tins of yoga. Because nowadays. you're going from this from the museum. So i like to give the infamous of the ula. We why what is not. It was clear and the not for them. They can win azeem. They can go into other excited. They can go in or the ethics the seeking the truth. They are seeking the lease fees. And they can go in your. How is it yoga. Different from the gym or something that you know you said we're going far away from the essence so what is at the essence. Let's let's define that really really good questions. Since of yoga is to pioneer itself to the truth to find the place to find your real existence which darnell and with you have creed from all of the year. All doug mall peaceful all the bundy's obligates distant but we mixing that art and just on the name of yoga. We are doing different exercises. Meditation is why would you ask the right. Yes so win. Tom and when students come to you and katmandu from all over the world. Do you think that they're really surprised. That what yoga really is. D- feel like most of them kind of have that shock of. Wow that's yoga. Do you think they feel that way. While i welcome to them. And i i let them or the deaconess meaning and history and all the process of the yoga near really surprise because undermined the of mindset thing about yoga and when it comes to hear and learn the depend way of your and if they will find the realistic of yoga are we can Mashed our own mind. Ones are on the mawson's because all we are saying come out only moss on parts so there'll be more after coming. Yeah look precaut- there so much that you've taught me that i still think about day today. Today they pop in these thoughts. You you've so many wise words. I love that when you taught me that a yogi is someone who thinks only when they want to think you know they choose. They choose when they want to think or when they don't but of easy though the opposite of a yogi of ogi is someone who thinks all the time with chaos in the mind with no control. I thought that was such a powerful powerful lesson. Do you wanna talk about it. A little bit more for our listeners are definitely lost crop balls. We have solved from our own. Mind mine do it. It can give you a vision also have been a big bondage. It's like you used to do and he used to do remind you who the mole of relations you more creatively. You are winning kalisz coughing on your mind. Mine is giving you a big silly reason in your life on the other end on your mind will hold up your hand and it makes you big softening to you if you see the normal people. They have almost The colleges opportunity among them ninety five or courts ought to use this how elicited cards we doing a day. All these cards bagging are busy but infrequently wanted to resolve this enzi pasta poll. We helped to my are and we we minimize out then online would more clear and clearance near the mid lists clo- of the wind. The kennel can league while we'd all figuring this. Many pools of our eagle anger fear tasks men.
Interview With Jessamyn Stanley, Author of 'Yoke: My Yoga of Self-Acceptance'
"How do you explain what yoke means. Right what is it like to practice that love and acceptance every day like. How do you start your day so that you are grounded in the right space night. Goodness well okay. Thank you so much for him. And what i will say in response to. What is yoke yoke is like my american millennial translation of the word yoga yoga meaning union bringing together. And yoke is that. It's just a union. It's bringing together all the different pieces of yourself earned whether that be good or bad or really i think more specifically and more necessarily the ugly seeing every single piece of yourself and not trying to fix it or make it or try to be good or not trying to categorize anything religious. Saying this is who i am. And i'm going to accept every single piece of myself and that is what i have felt that my yoga practice honestly has always been but i think that yoga going it's talking about in the mainstream is always categorized as minutes at this point in whenever we talk about it. It's always like yoga poses in sequences. It's not about this connection to the truth of yourself and relate needing to accept every single facet of yourself and i think of joking as a moment by moment journey that is always evolving in that will it's time just becomes more complex and more decadent honestly but just becomes more journey becomes more intense
Trump Ally Launches Election Audit Plan in Pennsylvania
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a trump ally launches an election audit plan in Pennsylvania a Pennsylvania state senator is launching what he says will be a forensic investigation of the state's twenty twenty presidential election senator Doug must Riano a Republican and ardent supporter of former president Donald Trump sent letters to three counties Wednesday threatening subpoenas if they do not respond by July thirty first Austria on who said he's considering running for governor sent to sweeping five page information request to Republican controlled Thai yoga and York counties and to democratic stronghold Philadelphia in a letter to the Pennsylvania Senate's Republican majority top Senate Democrats question the authority and legality of such an audit hi Mike Rossio
7 Simple Steps for Health With Katie Rampen
"Welcome to our podcast. Thank you thank you so much for having me this is. This is such a thrill an honor. We've literally been a mentor of mine. And i've been watching you for years on the truth about cancer and then to meet you in anaheim and The only thing. I wish we didn't share in common is the two times but but but here we are right and this is what what we do right to help other women so they they don't join our club that's right that's right all right. So let's start at the beginning two thousand twelve. You were twelve. Till i was happy to the and really you know friends will even say that like okay do you know she's the one that's done yoga for years and and eats rides all that kind of stuff. I'm thin and you know how how. How did this happen right. It must be genetic right. No it wasn't by the way. I actually had my broccoli testing done and i wasn't but i will say i was one of those women that i had in my family right so it was on my radar. My grandmother's both had breast cancer In their elder in their older age right when they were postmenopausal so it was on the radar. My mother actually had ovarian cancer. So you know i. They were testing me frequently. Unfortunately i didn't know what you teach. Now that i know that mammograms are harmful so i had a lot of mammograms early on because they were testing so it was one of those. You know my mammogram. They had become back for more. Views did the biopsy the whole deal so in two thousand twelve. I was diagnosed with dcis in both breasts in multiple locations and basically the upshot of it. Was you know that. I really needed to you. Know the best course for me wants to have a double mastectomy. Which again even at the time. I was like wow that seems super radical for stage zero breast cancer. Which might you know you could die. Woods with dcis it could never get it's contained in the milk ducts right so i could have been fine without doing anything. But you know it's they. They didn't know anything about all of this back then and they did a very good job of scaring the bejesus out of me pressure
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"Of how we interact and react with the world. Wonderful so i would you do me the honor of filling in the blank. I'm gonna give you two words. And i want you to finish the sentence. Yoga is wow. How much time do i have eight for calling me off. guard with. Yoga is loving time. Nothing more nothing less loving yourself loving time the other and through that. Then there'd be about that was lovely line. that was really a beautiful definition. I i think that you're right about the the self-love cosmic love the love for all beings. that are a part of us. Just like the drop in the ocean or the sun ray and the sun. It's not separate. I think that that union that yoga teaches us is really precious. Well thank you so much for being with us today on the wild yoga tribe podcast. It's been a joy to reconnect with you and to get to dive deeper into your journey your teachers and your practices and i feel so grateful that you spent time with me today by us the white lily and is good to hear from you again. It's a pleasure. It's been a pleasure here with wild yoga Yeah hear from you again to. Lv in touch as well. And they'll be listening to your. I'd guys it's gonna be a regular now. Thank you and so of any of our listeners. Today want to get in touch with you or take a yoga class with you. How can they get in touch. Where are you at online all right. So i'm on teaching break right now to focus in my own practice on my personal practice but yeah maybe one day soon. I don't know when i'm gonna go back to teaching but any of you guys have any questions at all about you know about the practice and about bianca chroma which was my practice is right now. bill three me on on the ground is eyeing a y. n. under four stuffing or you can follow maybe not the kremlin now being the crumble yoga. Still seeing on instagram. And yeah you can. Just send me your question there. I'd be glad and for the If you have any questions about finding the right teacher or where you are in your yoga journey. We don't have. I'd be glad to answer them as well. This is my advocacy more people to practice yoga and i myself and many other people unsure can actually the benefits of yoga and i want to experience the benefit of yoga. Loves asked me we had and as we continue our overload. So again please. Please don't have some message. I'd be answered wonderful. I and yeah. We are recording this at the end of june. Twenty twenty one so if you're listening in further on in the year or later on in life of course these stay live forever and ever. I'm sure that you can reach out to i. To inquire about his yoga classes or prawning yama classes or other offerings. He has because. I'm sure that this teaching break which is so integral for all teachers to take. We all do take periods of time where we just need to go and be the student again. We're always students is as you are our dear listeners so just reach out about his offerings on instagram He has two accounts link here in the show notes. But he's a wonderful teacher. And i'm sure you can gather from this episode A beautiful soul. So i really hope that you do reach out to sign and tap into the amazing knowledge and passion. He has for this practice. So thank you again for being with me here on the wild yogi tribe podcast. Thank you thank you while the yoga you by. Thank you so much. Everyone for tuning into this episode of the wild yoga tribe. Podcast join me next friday for an incredible interview again with another yoga teacher from somewhere around the world aware. Will it be where we're going next year to have to tune in next week to find out. Thank you again for being with me and be well Remember to hit subscribe so that you never miss an episode and if you feel called please share this episode with someone that you think could benefit from it. Leaving review would also be so appreciated. If you're on social media. I am there to at the wild yoga tribe. You can tap into all the amazing resources on my website. The wild yoga tribe dot com. And you can meditate with me on insight timer and get your flow on with me on my youtube channel where i have recorded free yoga classes. If you'd like to schedule a private yoga or meditation class with me or a coaching session. You can find the link to do so to book in the show notes or on my website again. The wild yoga tribe dot com. Thank you once again. Dear listener for being with me. May your day be light and bright. May you be peaceful and happy and lead on the right path. Free of suffering and free of sorrow. Be well dear on the.
"yoga" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe
"Think it's more related to the problems. Founded than the days because the cloud is always spend have some beginners. How regular practitioners. So you have to be teaching people not teaching with the way that you love to teach though it's always depends on the crowd and how they what what did they really need to. They need to To be adjusted all the time. They need to have their own space. They need to they want to have someone explain everything to them or they just want to have their own experience sinan still. It's always deficient in. So speaking of the crowd are your students. I did wanna maybe bring up. I think you have a very special student that you're working with right. Now that you mention on our last call together that i'd love for you just to tell everybody a little bit about it's it just blew my mind such a unique experience and such an honor to work with the student. You're working with so. I think i've given a good lead up ahead okay. So i've been working with slim. Islam is a swimming champion. Let's cheer for him because he's working to wants to qualify to talk you. Twenty twenty one. So yeah he's hopefully reaching for him to go to the olympics this year within working together he's been advised by these mentor or his head coach. Lou yoga classes as part of his fainting ovum and his main goal was to work on his mobility. he wanted to learn to back this more breathing. You wanted to work on his imbalances because slim has been on a wheelchair for a couple of years. Is that an injury. He is permanent Yes it's berman. And he's actually. He wants to participate in the paralympic. Sorry i haven't paid this fear though. Yeah he's such a fighter. He's amazing he's is always open to new things. He's always very dedicated us. He always shows up to class with a big smile on his bay dedicated in one hundred even one hundred percent all the time. I think what was the most amazing to as. I've never worked with someone who is in a wheelchair who's paralyzed from. You said the chest downright like right at the top of the ribs are from the bottom of the ribs and all the way down so yeah. It's been a very interesting experience because of modifications there's lots of The have to adopt many many of the practices in bose's movements to sutin And it's been very eye opening to the understandable even more because sometimes you see that. Yeah i'm not using this ford. But when i really understand no i use my coin. This yet has like a hyper awareness. The twisting or these different poses agree where i wouldn't think i'm utilizing or i'm pulling from that area. I mean what an incredible opportunity to understand body mechanics and anatomy even better and to to greater assist him in his physical goals and his His desire probably to increase certain muscle flexibility levels ecstasy levels or strength levels. So i feel like far. You must be just just getting so fine tuned just going to like just all the way down to the i. Guess the base level or the most molecular. Can i say that. Most molecular level of optimism. It's incredible to me that. So i did want you to fill in a little blank for me. So yoga is yoga is alignment okay. Tell me more though. You'll means union in south with right though. It's the union of the body mind and the soul. I mean do this. We get more aligned. We get more aligned with our bodies line with the moment line with our breath so alignment allows us to be in more in harmony with our votes. Our actions were Which makes us more into with our purpose. Anchin in values. So we're always when we always trying to find this armony things if line and things in while that was a beautiful definition. I love that so now that we've defined yoga. Tell me what is something you think people get wrong about yoga. Yeah so this is the most common thing i get. I really want to try doing yoga. I want to go to your classes. But i'm not actually so i don't think i can do yoga so it's definitely not about being like its own practices to own experience. It's not just it's not just the physical practice. I you doing it for more deeper reasons though. There's no competitions. There's no judgments so yeah i get this a lot. I always stays being flexible not yoga. Because because you're not doing flexible is like saying that you you can't they show because you're not dean that's a very good way to put that. I like that. Awesome okay so what is some what is would you say is the most powerful thing that yoga has taught you. I would say understanding stunningly says more and more every day and with understanding myself. I'm more in tune with my emotions. I'm understanding myself. My emotions even that to accepting many things about myself because yeah i said i didn't even understand my body. I've been an athlete. Didn't get how. I'm easing physically. I i'm i'm not connected to my body so it's it made me understand. Why both the my my heart even more and my The true might choose health. My inner self. So this understanding By being more aligned with l. i've i've to accept many parts of myself even more and it's it's an ongoing practice in the. Yeah it's instant. Were i agree. I think that's so true. That yoga provides the space to go inside. Like it's it's a time where you're not so focused on the external world or what's going on on your phone or in your office or in your family. It's really as time just for you to kind of get snow yourself better. And what's going on. And i loved how you said that it helps you understand your emotions better and brings you more awareness. Because i think when we have that space even if it's twenty minutes of yoga or an hour of yoga of that space that's just for you. you do kind of kind of get in a little bit deeper to who you are on the internal level And it is incredible also the information. It does. Give us about our bodies because i agree. I was a soccer player for a decade in. I felt like. I was doing a sport every day of the week for years. But i could tell you. Oh my knee hurts. Or oh i am sore in my quads. They could absolutely tell you that basic information. I felt like i could have that down. But the subtler layers of the body as you said like the external hip flex irs. Or i can now tell something in like my abductors feels a little out of balance..