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The Yoga Show is a television show about yoga. The yoga community is brimming with enthusiasm, dedication, and entrepreneurial spirit. With the help of this podcast, yoga journal executive editor Lindsay Tucker speaks with thought leaders and experts as well as teachers and disruptors about the creative, practical and spiritual issues that are resonating throughout the yoga community right now. On a weekly basis, we’ll be publishing four-episode series based on the themes of our magazine, which will include creativity and energy as well as healing and celebration.
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It takes a lot of enthusiasm, perseverance, and entrepreneurial spirit to be successful in the yoga industry. With the help of this podcast, yoga journal executive editor Lindsay Tucker speaks with thought leaders and experts as well as teachers and disruptors about the creative, practical and spiritual concerns that are resonating throughout the yoga community right now.
On a weekly basis, we’ll be publishing four-episode series based on the topics of our magazine, which will include creativity and energy as well as healing and celebration.
Clean Beauty with YJ Makeup Artist Beth Walker
4/5/2021 Only 11 harmful compounds have been prohibited or restricted from cosmetics in the United States, according to the Food and Drug Administration. Meanwhile, EU legislation prohibits the use of more than 1300 chemicals in everyday products such as cosmetics, toothpaste, and shampoo that have been linked to cancer, genetic mutation, reproductive damage, and birth abnormalities. It is up to us to conduct our own study into what happens on and into our skin, which is our largest organ, due to the fact that the United States government prioritizes economic interests over global public health.
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A Gratitude Ceremony with Christine Olivia Hernandez
3/22/2021 During this week’s episode, presenter Lindsay Tucker travels to Topanga, California, to participate in a holy cacao ceremony as part of Christine Olivia Hernandez’s Maltyox Method, a gratitude celebration that is designed to cleanse the mind, open the heart, and strengthen both the body and the spirit. The cacao bean, which was discovered by the Olmecs approximately 1500 BC, has been utilized as a holy and ritualistic plant medicine by the Mayan and Aztec societies for millennia as a sacred and ceremonial plant medicine.
The duration is 00:36:29.
The Matriarch Movement with Shayla Stonechild
3/8/2021 Matriarch Movement (matriarchmovement.ca) was founded by Shayla Stonechild two years ago to combat a dominant narrative about Indigenous women that devalues their bodies and cultures while excluding them from mainstream society. With the goal of raising the voices of Native women and building a community for sharing stories of empowerment, prosperity, and resilience on social media, what began as a social media platform has grown into a full-fledged non-profit that offers wellness workshops and retreats tailored specifically for Indigenous women in just two short years.
Decolonizing Yoga with Anusha Wijeyakumar
2/22/2021 Over the course of several decades, the practice of Yoga has been appropriated by white America. This has resulted in the monetization of the discipline, with negative consequences that are both detrimental and far-reaching. Anusha Wijeyakumar, a yoga teacher and health consultant, is one of the many voices asking for the restoration of yoga to its roots and the accessibility of the whole practice for anybody interested in learning the 8 limbs of yoga in a respectful and non-appropriative manner.
Duration: 00:48:28 minutes
Decolonizing Yoga with Anusha Wijeyakumar
2/22/2021 Over the course of several decades, the practice of Yoga has been appropriated by white Americans. Thus, the technique became more commercialized, with negative consequences that were both damaging and far-reaching in nature. Among those pushing for the restoration of yoga to its origins include Anusha Wijeyakumar, a yoga instructor and health consultant who believes that anybody who is interested in learning about the 8 limbs of the practice should be able to do so without violating their cultural or religious beliefs.
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Yoga, Dating, and Data Science with Comedian Ginny Hogan
2/8/2021 This week, we spoke with Ginny Hogan (@ginnyhogan_), a standup comedian and Yoga Alliance certified instructor who has written for publications such as the New Yorker, The Atlantic, and Vulture, among other publications. After quitting her data scientist job in Silicon Valley, Hogan began writing a blog in which she analyzed data from her own dating profiles and online dates in a funny manner. Her journey towards health and wellbeing began once she discovered her comedic voice, which included stopping alcohol and earning her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training certification.
Duration: 00:44:41 minutes
Teaching Yoga inside Arkansas’ Toughest Prison with Tracy Davis
1/25/2021 Tracy Davis works as a volunteer yoga instructor in Arkansas’ most difficult prison. Davis met Jerome Bargo after he was victorious in a years-long legal struggle in federal court to enable prisoners to practice yoga in Arkansas jails, from where he had previously escaped on several occasions. His most recent escape, in 1988, garnered him appearances on America’s Most Wanted and Unsolved Mysteries, among other shows. After 15 years on the run, he was apprehended at a restaurant by someone who recognized him from television.
Duration: 00:39:37 minutes and 37 seconds
Discover Your Dharma with Sahara Rose
1/11/2021 While pursuing her dream of becoming an ayurveda specialist, popular author, and modern master of old knowledge, Sahara Rose encountered many setbacks and self-doubts along the road. On her path to discovering her own dharma, she discovered that emotions of unworthiness may be expressed in a variety of ways, but that overcoming all of the reasons *not* to accomplish something is critical to achieving one’s life’s goal. Sahara Rose (@iamsahararose) discusses this in her new book, Discover Your Dharma, A Vedic Guide to, which is available now.
Raising Your Vibration with Lalah Deliah
12/28/2020 Lalah Delia, our penultimate guest of the year and the forthcoming cover star of our January/February issue, joins us today. The founder of Vibrate Higher Daily.com, an online school that shares its name with her best-selling book, Vibrate Higher Daily, Lalah is a spiritual writer and wellness educator who is passionate about all things high vibration, self care, and self empowerment. She is also the author of the book Vibrate Higher Daily, which was published in 2014. “Just because you think you’re lost doesn’t mean you actually are.
Duration: 00:40:01 minutes
Eating to Relieve Stress and Anxiety with Liana Werner-Gray
12/14/2020 This week on The Yoga Show with Lindsay Tucker (@linds.tucker), we talk with nutritionist and bestselling author Liana Werner-Gray (@lianawernergray), whose new book, Anxiety Free with Food, investigates the link between what we eat and how we feel. According to research conducted by the American Psychological Association, the digestive tract is responsible for the production of 95 percent of the body’s serotonin.
Everything we consume is converted into chemical messages that reach our brains, and Liana is no exception to this. The duration is 00:46:07 minutes.
Yoga and Complex Characters with Actor Michelle Natalie Nunez
11/30/2020 The Yoga Show podcast’s current episode features a conversation with Michelle Natalie Nunez, a yoga instructor who also happens to be a mental health advocate and actor. In Tyler Perry’s Ruthless, Michelle appears in a fake television series that takes a close look at a crazy sex-crazed Rakadushi cult – one that bears uncanny parallels to the Rajneeshpuram, which is run by the Indian guru Rajneesh – and its members (later known as Osho). Michelle’s character was first presented in the show’s mid-season debut, which aired this past Thursday.
Duration: 00:51:12 minutes
Science, Yoga, and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic Abilities with Dr. Dean Radin
11/16/2020 Our guest this week is Dr. Dean Radin, a parapsychologist and researcher in the field of psychic occurrences at the Institute of Noetic Sciences in New York City. Radin has devoted his professional life to gaining a better understanding of the effects of human awareness on the physical environment. His research, which ranges from numerous Emoto-style water experiments to Ganzfeld tests, both of which we’ll examine in this episode, asserts that humans have the potential to experience precognition, telepathy, and telekinesis.
His book, Supernormal: Science and the Paranormal,.
Tearing down oppressive systems with Amber Karnes
11/2/2020 Amber Karnes (@amberkarnesofficial) – creator of Body Positive Yoga (bodypositiveyoga.com) – joins Lindsay Tucker (@linds.tucker) on the newest edition of the Yoga Show with Lindsay Tucker (@linds.tucker) to talk about re-thinking oppressive institutions and why yoga is for all bodies. 01:05:57 minutes and 55 seconds
Introduction to Reiki with Master Lina Iorgovan
10/19/2020 The last installment of our healing series features Lina Iorgovan (@linamassagetherapy), a reiki master and intuitive who takes us through the Japanese style of energy healing recognized for its remarkable ability to alleviate tension and promote relaxation. A special intuitive reading of presenter Lindsay Tucker (@linds.tucker) and show producer Aviv Rubinstien (@rambocalrissian) is also included in this episode! The duration is 00:47:53.
BONUS EPISODE! Guided Hypnosis with Mark Stephens
10/5/2020 EXTRA EPISODE AS A BONUS! Work through a hypnosis session with meditation expert and hypnotherapist Mark Stephens, who will show you how to release old traumas and let go. Notes on the show: Explore the Mindfree app for additional meditations and hypnosis activities, including some created by Mark. To listen to weekly meditations from leading instructors around the globe, subscribe to The Practice podcast from Yoga Journal. Duration: 00:32:25 minutes
Healing Through Hypnosis with Mark Stephens
10/5/2020 Meditation expert and hypnotist Mark Stephens joins host Lindsay Tucker for the fourth edition of our healing series, in which they discuss the need of overcoming bad habits in order to live a better, happier life through meditation and hypnosis. Notes on the show: Explore the Mindfree app for additional meditations and hypnosis activities, including some created by Mark. 00:49:55 minutes and fifty-five seconds
What to do When You’re Having Trouble Conceiving with Rosie Acosta
9/21/2020 During the third installment of our Healing Series, we speak with yoga and meditation instructor Rosie Acosta about women’s reproductive health and the social stigmas associated with motherhood—as well as how she found her way back to wholeness after having experienced an upbringing full of trauma as well as multiple miscarriages.
Notes on the show: Rosie’s podcasts, Radically Loved Radio and W.I.S.E., are both available on iTunes. The duration is 00:56:09 minutes.
Embodied Activism with Nkem Ndefo and Rae Johnson
9/7/2020 Healing is the topic of our September/October issue, and on the most recent edition of The Yoga Show, we speak with Rae Johnson and Nkem Ndefo, who are both instructors for the Embodied Activism Course offered by Embodied Philosophy. The course examines practical strategies for reclaiming, resisting, and interrogating the political realities of our everyday lives through the use of the felt, drawing on neuroscience, somatic theory and practice, liberation psychology, trauma-informed and anti-oppressive education, and lived experience.
Healing Complex Traumas with Steven Medeiros
9/7/2020 Healing is the focus of our September/October issue, and on the most recent edition of The Yoga Show, we speak with Rae Johnson and Nkem Ndefo, who are both instructors for the Embodied Activism Course offered by Embodied Philosophy, about their experiences with the course. The seminar covers practical techniques for reclaiming, resisting, and investigating the political reality of our everyday lives utilizing the felt, drawing on neuroscience, somatic theory and practice, liberation psychology, trauma-informed and anti-oppressive schooling, and lived experience.
Reclaiming your Energy with Dr. Pedram Shojai
8/10/2020 There’s a bonus episode! Dr. Pedram Shojai, author of the Latest York Times bestselling book Focus: Bringing Time, Energy, and Money into Flow, joins us to discuss about his new book, Focus: Bringing Time, Energy, and Money into Flow—a step-by-step guide to conquering your time by actively managing your energy economics. Visit yogajournal.com to read more about energy and wellness discussions that are taking place. Duration: 00:45:01 minutes
About Lisa — Reiki with Lisa B.
As fate would have it, I had numerous notions about how my life would turn out from the time I was a tiny child, but as reality would have it, none of those plans came to fruition. It is actually quite lucky for me since, thus far, things have turned out considerably better than I could have imagined. I’m not here to brag about the many reasons why my life is fantastic or to tell you that there is a road to follow or a product to buy that will magically generate something similar for you. I’m here to help you find your own way to happiness.
- For the bulk of my life, I was a chronically disempowered human being, which leads me to believe that things are vastly better now.
- In my quest for external value, I placed much too much emphasis on how people perceived me physically, believing that if I had a great or intriguing work, this would somehow provide me permission to continue to exist on this earth.
- Brene Brown describes it as “hustling for my worthiness.” I was doing the same thing.
- I had that life down to a science, and I was ready to die.
- I was enraged that I had spent so much time and effort creating a life that appeared to be perfect on paper, only to discover that it was a fabrication.
- Symptoms such as migraine headaches, persistent neck pain, melancholy, and irregular feminine cycles were just a few of the signs and symptoms that I was experiencing as a result of the life I had built for myself and had assumed I had always desired.
- Through a sequence of synchronistic circumstances, I was able to do a complete 180-degree turn and transform my life totally.
For the first time, I was able to truly inhabit my physical body, and for the first time, I began to feel the prospect of tuning into its infinite knowledge, which was before unattainable.
I attribute this to working with it rather than against it.
It seemed as if a door had been opened to an entirely new world of possibilities for me.
My therapeutic journey continued in the years that followed, eventually leading me to the high desert of Santa Fe, New Mexico’s high desert.
I learned Reiki at the Levels I and II levels, and it has proven to be a significant component of my integrated client-centered approach.
Through my work with the potent medicines of the honey bee, I became extremely aware of the vibration I was bringing to my life and to my relationships, and I became painfully aware of how these connections were being directly influenced by my frequency.
It has been 8 years since my journey began, and my life has become immensely better.
I have NOT done so.
I’m surfing the waves with everyone else, just like everyone else.
It was only recently that something spectacular appeared in the place of “regular” existence and everything was shut down.
This: that, in the event of a worldwide epidemic, when all of the healing work I have gathered cannot be delivered in person, a (Zoom) window will open up, with the results proving to be very effective.
One of the most powerful aspects of these sessions is the emphasis placed on working with and connecting to your genuine self, as well as retaining that frequency so that you may embody YOU more frequently throughout your day and see the tremendous transformations that occur as a result.
I feel really privileged to be collaborating with you on this project. Thank you for taking the time to be here.
On Being Human Online Series: Don’t Be An Asshole. How To Forget Perfection & Be Human.
Reply Jayne Schroeder is a woman who works in the fashion industry. @ 12:34 p.m. on August 25, 2016 Hello from the great city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin! I’m Jayne, and I’m a mother, a writer, an advocate, a woman who is so single it’s funny, and a recovering asshole. While I’ve been following Jen for over a year now, only in the last six months have I begun to pay closer attention to what she’s doing. Thank you for this chance to connect and learn. Jen’s life’s work resonates profoundly with me since I have spent the last 5 1/2 years unraveling the tangled web of assholery and I am grateful for this opportunity.
- He was a pilot in the United States Air Force, and he felt he was a pretty big jerk.
- He served in the military for fourteen years throughout our twenty-year marriage, and we moved all around the United States of America every one to two years.
- After a few years of looking at my daughter, I eventually came to the conclusion that I’d rather live under a bridge with trolls than continue to set the example I was establishing for her in terms of love and relationships.
- It’s been really transformational, holy stuff.
- If I had continued in my marriage, I would very certainly have died by now.
- It was possible that I would have perished from all the stuffing of emotions I was doing at the time.
It was in 2009 that my body began shutting down on me, essentially telling me: “Look, I’ve been attempting to get your attention for a very long time, but you’ve been preoccupied with being such an asshole that you haven’t paid attention.” “I’m going to demonstrate it to you!” That’s exactly what happened.
From there, I added Celiac Disease and a slew of other food sensitivities over the course of many years.
When you remove your most significant stressor from your life and start paying attention to yourself, the good that may emerge as a result will astound you!
Despite the horror, that’s a better than 50% chance, which I consider to be better than usual.
I hope that one day he will be able to get the much-needed perspective that he will require in order to be successful in life.
He’s aware that my door is constantly open.
She’s just fantastic!
I had my final child when I was 30 years old, a toe-headed sweet cherub with an extra twenty-first chromosome She was a toe-headed sweet cherub with an extra twenty-first chromosome He was born with Down syndrome and was diagnosed with autism when he was five years old.
In December, he and I relocated from Maine to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, which is 1300 miles west of where I grew up.
A challenging eight months that has been filled with both wonderful and terrible experiences has passed.
This is a wonderful opportunity that I am overjoyed to have received.
So, sure, I’m a verbose young lady, and if you’ve made it this far, congratulations! I’m looking forward to “meeting” each and every one of you! xo Jayne is a writer and editor who lives in the United Kingdom (pronounced like Jane)