SORT BY Relevancy
Leeann Carey is the creator of Leeann Carey Yoga, a continuing eduation yoga company. Her programs offer a sophisticated look into asana from a variety of perspectives including yoga therapy, development patterns and biomechanical skills. She and her team of Mentors travel internationally, sharing her unique curriculum with eager yoga teachers.
She is also the developer of Yapana Yoga, a unique yoga style that blends vinyasa flow with a dynamic therapetic emphasis, strong yoga poses held for extended lenghts wtih support, and ending in with a restorative sequence. Yaapana Yoga is brilliant.
Join us as we get some insight into what motives Leeann as a yoga educator.
MGN Radio welcomes LeeAnn Maxwell co-founder of Vixen Vodka. LeeAnn spent over 28 years in the financial industry and about as long in a marriage.Once both those chapters were over, she realized she wanted more out of life; to rediscover the woman she used to be and the one she wanted to become. Her varied experiences have contributed to an extremely detail-oriented work ethic along with a very savvy business acumen. Vixen Vodka is a pure, gluten-free vodka made for women by women. Join us on Tuesday at 9pm EST and learn how this Southern Belle is making waves in the male dominated Liquor Industry.
Check out Vixen Vodka
MGN Radio is a proud sponsor of the 5th Dare 2 Aspire Conference in Atlanta, GA. Click HERE for more deets!
LeeAnn Mallorie, CEO, Leading in Motion
Leading in Motion help leaders stop the energy leaks that lead to burnout and poor performance, so that they can thrive.
LeeAnn Mallorie, CEO of Leading in Motion, is a dynamic facilitator of conversation, movement and culture change. LeeAnn’s passion is supporting leaders and teams to Thrive. She believes that Thriving means using our bodies well, in order to serve a purpose that is uniquely our own. In her work, she supports leaders to find their own way, through the powerful embodiment practices, coaching, and a deep willingness to trust their own purpose reveal itself.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will talk about birth and the trauma that we must go through in order to begin our human life on this planet. They will discuss why that first birth creates such a resistance to the "second" birth of the individual in the Divine. They will show how your chronological age can be used to mark points of passage with rites of passage for your apotheosis. Listen as they explain some of the tried and true methods of rebirthing your physical body in the Life Force to become a child of the Divine. They will talk about some early concepts of "Sons of Men" and "Sons of God" to substantiate suggestions to rebirth your own body. Learn how to use a perfect practice of Kriya Yoga to initiate the progressive cycle and expand your identity beyond physical reality.
Anne, who holds a Bachelors degree in Recreation Therapy and a Masters degree in Adult Education, teaches at Concordia University in the Applied Human Science Department. She has been teaching Yoga to diverse groups since 1984. Marrying her knowledge as a Recreation Therapist and yoga teacher, she is able to adapt the practice making it accessible independent of ones condition.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will talk about Earth Day and how to celebrate the planet we live on. They will discuss the condition of the planet and the role humanity plays in the health and longevity of this unique environment. They will speak about things like Global Warming, pollution, war, and how these conditions are a reflection of our inner environments. Think global but act local; take charge of your own wellbeing and cleanup your lifestyle, resolve your inner conflicts-- get the light in your soul and bring peace to the earth . Learn how to use a perfect practice of Kriya Yoga to initiate the progressive cycle and expand your identity beyond physical reality.
in Self Help
In my new books, Building Blocks of Recovery, the Deluxe Edition and the 2nd Edition, I break down the levels of healing with you. This week we will be discussing the "I AM" level and why having yoga in your recovery practice is so important.
I have never known my recovery without yoga and the practice has helped me to learn more about integrity and honesty than I could have learned on my own. I learned how to be in community and yet make sure my needs were met. It was this visceral experience that helped me to become the woman I am today. "A simple woman who works a simple program".
I would love to hear from you. Please email your questions to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call at 3:30 PM PST. It will be an honor to be of service to you and answer your questions!
For more than fifteen years, J. Brown has been developing techniques to teach people how to practice yoga in a deeper and more fulfilling way. He is also a well-known writer appearing in Yoga Therapy Today, the International Journal of Yoga Therapy, Elephant Journal, and Yogadork. Outspoken and sometimes controversial as a yoga teacher and blogger, J. Brown has sparked broad discussions in the yoga community via his award winning blog.
In 2007, after more than a decade as a popular teacher at various schools in Manhattan and Brooklyn, J. founded Abhyasa Yoga Center (AYC) in Brooklyn, NY. AYC was created to provide a home for yoga practice that adapts to individual needs.
Brown writes: “Fast and intense may serve for a time but it is unsustainable and will invariably require some re-evaluation. For in the slowness of our lives is where we are able to perceive its worth. Yoga practice is no different.” Join us today for the slow yoga revolution with J. Brown.
Jawanza4Life Introduces - Michael Perry (Swami Jyotir Vakyananda) and Heidi Lindemann (Swami Abhipadananda)
Our Special Guests are Michael Perry and Heidi Lindemann who are lineage holders in the Kriya Yoga tradition (an Indian alchemical tradition) and are authorized to initiate and teach Kriya Yoga and its related teachings.
They teach and initiate the techniques of Kriya Yoga on a private basis in Washington DC, and regularly perform life cycle rituals in their role as swamis.
Don't Miss this Informative Broadcast!
in Self Help
INNAUGURAL MORGAN HILL YOGAFEST
TO BE HELD JUNE 21st AT COMMUNITY PARK
In observance of the first International Day of Yoga, announced by the United Nations in December, 2014, volunteers and partners of The Art of Living Foundation have organized YogaFEST’15 in an effort to make yoga and its benefits more accessible to those living in the Bay Area.
The Art of Living Foundation is a non-profit, educational and humanitarian organization operating in 152 countries, and founded in 1981 by the world-renowned philanthropist and spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. All Art of Living programs are guided by Sri Sri’s philosophy:
“Unless we have a stress-free mind and a violence-free society, we cannot achieve world peace,” and as such, attract people form all walks of life, backgrounds and religious orientations.
Yoga, Music, Food, Dance, Fun & More! Tickets are only $10 and kids under 18 are free!
Attend sessions led by our expert teachers, enjoy the music, sample food from around the world, discover new aspects of yoga, try a guided meditation and relax in the sun.
While yoga today is known for its physical benefits, YogaFEST introduces the other, deeper benefits of this ancient practice. It is a collaboration of various schools of yoga, along with local businesses and supporters, to spread yoga consciousness in continuation of the global wellness movement towards healthy lifestyles and overall happiness. Yoga, ultimately, is a guide to unfolding the infinite potential of the human mind and soul.
Want to be a sponsor, partner, or have a booth at the YogaFEST? Contact edie [@] smashon.com
Check out their website here!
Live from Erica Lee Baker Yoga Studio in Milford, CT. Our 50 Shades of Grey review (yes very late), our first 2 months in business, why gym yoga can be awful, our beginners series kicked off and what ever else pops up. Let's talk!
Join Host Live Chats
There are no live chats in progress