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Bryan Kest has been practicing yoga since 1979 and has been teaching since 1985. He developed his unique, distinctive style of yoga, Original Power Yoga, in 1979. Over the years, this style, an amazing workout for the body, mind and spirit, has made him a well-known, popular teacher across the country and around the world.
His mainstream popularity is matched by an authentic foundation in the ancient practice of yoga and a long path of development as a yogi (a practitioner of yoga). At age 15, Bryan uprooted from his native Detroit home to make a life change in Hawaii. He moved to live with his father, a doctor, who understood the benefits of yoga. Like many of us, Bryan originally thought yoga was nothing more than strange contortions, but that changed when his father introduced him to a physical style of yoga called Ashtanga. This appealed to him immediately, and he soon observed great changes in himself, both physically and mentally. Yoga quickly became his passion, one that would take him to India for a year to study with the great yoga masters of the world, PattabhiJois. He has been continuing on his yoga path ever since.
Join Donna Freeman and guest Chelsea Roff, founder of Eat, Breathe, Thrive as we explore the relationship between yoga and eating disorders.
We'll shed light on disordered eating habits, what to watch for and how to create a supportive, accepting environment encouraging all to become more body positive. We'll examine the positive impact yoga can have to reduce anxiety, rebuild body awareness and promote body responsiveness.
Plus we'll look at some of the dangers of yoga and how a usually healthy practice may exacerbate body image issues and compound compulsive behavior.
Discover the key to helping create joy in your practice and a positive body image.
Carin Gorrell, editor-in-chief of Yoga Journal, is this week’s guest, and she directed the re-launch of the world’s leading yoga media brand, redesigning the magazine from cover- to- cover.
Beginning with the October 2014 issue, Yoga Journal and its website debut a cleaner, more modern design, new departments, engaging graphics, and easy-to-navigate content. The rebranding is all geared toward serving the needs and aspirations of today’s smart, sophisticated, and ever-growing diverse yoga practitioner. “The yoga community is growing and becoming more diverse daily, and with that growth, their needs and desires are evolving,” says Gorrell. “We want to better reflect and serve that community by delivering on their call for a more welcoming,inclusive voice; more accessible instruction that meets them wherever they are on the mat; and more timely news and trends.
The debut issue features on its cover internationally known yoga teacher and social media luminary, Kathryn Budig who now writes a weekly online Yoga Journal column "Find Your Inspiration."
Listen now and learn about yoga’s news and trends, the future of yoga, and even the more controversial issues that are happening in today's yoga community.
Arvind Chittumalla, producer and director of Yoga Maya, has been practicing yoga for the last 30 years. He moved to the US ten years ago. Since then, he has actively participated in the American yoga industry as a practitioner, teacher and yoga entrepreneur. He has owned yoga studios and produced many yoga festivals and conferences. He has often wondered why a vast and profound way of life such as yoga has been relegated to a primarily physical practice. After interacting with hundreds of yoga teachers, yoga businesses and students, he has come to the realization that there are many misconceptions of yoga in America, and it is these misconceptions that are preventing many people from embracing all aspects of yoga. In Yoga Maya, he wishes to shed light on these thought provoking misconceptions.
Are you looking to grow your kids yoga business? Do you see other ideas and want to implement them in your community? Do you want to impact the lives of more children and work from a solid foundation?
Discover how two revolutionary kids yoga programs were created through collaboration. We'll chat with Grounded in Atlanta, GA, and Newark Yoga Movement in Newark, NJ, to find out how they combined their strengths to create the Atlanta Yoga Movement
Also hear how Zensational Kids and Radiant Child Yoga pooled their knowledge and expertise to offer training programs for yoga for differently abled children. Join hosts Donna Freeman and Karma Carpenter Shea (K-12 Yoga) with guests Cheryl Crawford, Debbie Kaminsky and Allison Morgan to find out how to energize your program through collaboration.
You'll learn what to takes to join forces, some of the pitfalls to avoid and ways to enhance your current kids yoga business.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will be talking about the twelfth week of the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance and the formation of the Feeling Function. Listen to their understanding of the interplay between intelligence and feeling. They will be explaining how the practice of Kriya Yoga can be employed to change and reformat cellular memory. They will discuss the benefits of these internal adjustments to help recreate your reality. Become the change you want to see. Join them and follow the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance week 12. Namaste!
Sandy Gross is the co-author of the new website Hot Yoga Science whose mission is to educate and empower yoga teachers and students about the benefits, truths, and myths of heated yoga classes. She discusses what hot yoga studio owners and teachers need to know to keep their students safe and educated about the heat. This timely discussion follows LeBron James' recent challenge with complications from heat exhaustion and the controversies surrounding open-air CrossFit gyms. And as we enter into the hottest time of the year, be informed about playing summer sports and staying healthy in the heat.
Sandy is also the founder and director of Evolution Yoga in Cleveland, Ohio.
Host Tony Anni and Swami Jayananda will be talking about Labor in America; the place of hard work and craftsmanship in human development. A fare day's work for a fare day's pay-- right livelihood. They will look at the economy nationally and globally. They will discuss the importance of a resource based economy to bring humanity back to balance. Listen as they explain how the simple solution of getting the Light in your soul will empower you to become the local change to affect the global cause. Join them and follow the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance week 10. Namaste!
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will be looking at depression and how not all depression is dysfunctional but in fact necessary when going through points of passage. They will point out the seven year cycle of transiting Saturn and the progressed Moon to mark the points of passage. They will give suggestions in how to employ Kriya Yoga lifestyle strategies to overcome the inertia of energy loss. Join them as they invite you to take responsibility for your hidden potential and follow the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance.
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