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On this episode of Mindful Mondays with Esther Turner, Cynthia Paris, a Laughter Yoga specialist joins Esther to discuss the value of laughter, how it helps to make friends and extend your life.
Jeffrey Briar is the Director of the Laughter Yoga Institute based in Laguna Beach, California. An enthusiastic, articulate and engagingly positive teacher, Mr. Briar is one of the leading American disciples of Dr. Madan Kataria, the world-renowned exponent of Hasya or Laughter Yoga. Mr. Briar is also the founder of the first Laughter Club in the world outside of India to meet seven days a week. The Laguna Laughter Club has had more than twenty-five thousand participants. Jeffrey is an accomplished comedic actor who has performed throughout the United States and Europe on stage and screen. While Laughter Yoga does not involve traditional humor or comedy, his knowledge of the pure joy which laughter brings to audiences enhances his effectiveness as a speaker and brings another level of understanding as he guides others in the learning and practice of Laughter Yoga. You can follow Jeffrey on Facebook.
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.
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.
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.
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
Anne possède un bac en Récréation Thérapeutique et une maîtrise en éducation des adultes. Elle enseigne dans le département de science humaine appliquée à l'Université Concordia depuis plus de 15 ans et le Yoga depuis 1984 avec des groupes variés, afin que tous puisse vivre les bénifices du Yoga.
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Dr. Vadim Gushchin, Director of Gastrointestial Oncology, shares information with listeners about his areas of Interest: Robotic Surgery, HIPEC treatment, isolated limb infusion (ILI) for melanoma treatment, abdominal cancer and colorectal cancer. It is exciting to learn he will be going to Europe to share and gain info as well as hosting a Mid-Atlantic consortium of doctors who will share their knowledge and expertise to benefit all patients
Trauma and toxic stress are all too often a part of life for today's youth. You want to help but don't know exactly what to do or say.
Join experts Kathy Falminio of 1000 Petals and John Rettger Director of Mindfulness Stanford School of Medicine for a discussion on how yoga and mindfulness skills can help heal the effects of trauma. Learn how to increase resilience, empower and promote healing through breath, movement and mindfulness.
We'll address how to create a sensory sensitive environment, specifics for what to include and what to exclude, and tools to use when traumatic events occur in your community/school.
Hosted by Yoga In My School and K-12 Yoga.
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.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will talk about the retreat in Costa Rica and what they thought of the event. They will discuss the effects of the 36 week pilgrimage and share their personal results and possible challenges . Tune in to the dialogue about any changes in the curriculum for future events-- what they would do differently; and share the things that worked according to plan. Practice makes perfect only when practice is perfect. Join them as they recap the 36 week journey Unity with the Divine; Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance-- unite and stand.
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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!
You're a kids yoga instructor who has been invited into an urban setting. There is a vast difference from teaching in your neighbourhood yoga studio and an urban school. Do you have the skills to meet the needs?
Discover essential skills when teaching yoga in urban schools as Donna Freeman of Yoga In My School and Karma Carpenter of IASYM chat with Andres Gonzalez and Ali and Atman Smith of Holistic Life Foundation. Understand cultural competence, how to hold trauma sensitive classes and other challenges youth in our cities bring into class.
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