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Blog and Podcast

Restorative Yoga and the Importance of Slowing Down, with Judith Hanson Lasater.

For this episode, I sat down with Judith Hanson Lasater. Judith has a Ph.D in East-West psychology, she’s a trained, Physical Therapist and has been teaching yoga since 1971. She trains students and teachers throughout the United States as well as abroad. She is the co-founder of Iyengar Yoga Institute in San Francisco and a founder of the Yoga Journal magazine and is president of the California Yoga Teachers Association. She has written eight books, including her most recent one called: Restore and Rebalance: Yoga for Deep Relaxation. Listen to the full episode here: MY 5 BIGGEST TAKE-AWAY FROM THIS EPISODE: 1- Restorative yoga is remembering to be still every day. When we are still, sile

Yoga Deconstructed with Trina Altman

For this episode I sat down with Trina Altman.Trina is the creator of the programs Yoga Deconstructed® and Pilates Deconstructed®, which we’ll talk about today. On top of her public, privates and online classes and courses, Trina has presented at Kripalu, the Yoga Alliance Leadership Conference and Yogaworks, among others. She also created and taught a Pilates continuing-education course for physical therapists and was part of the faculty for the Brain Longevity conference at UCLA. Listen to the full episode here: MY 5 BIGGEST TAKE-AWAY FROM THIS EPISODE: 1- Body weight activities, repetition, and low variability adds more risks for injury. Play with load, range of motion, direction of mov

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