Yoga Podcast
Yoga Podcast
Jan 20, 2021
YOGA CLASS: Balancing Worry with Gratitude Flow 70 Mins All-Levels ✨
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Mantra: “I ____🕉 Asana: Inspired by Chakra: Root ♥️ I invite you to light a candle, have fresh water or herbal tea close by. If you practice with crystals, bring whatever inspires you. You can also bring a spiritual book or write an intention on your a piece of paper. Make this a mindful present moment. Welcome your awakening and continue to water the seeds of your growth by honoring those who came before you and whose blood flows through your body as you encourage life force energy, Prana to illuminate your body. Let’s prepare to open up our heart! May peace be with you today and always! Namaste! 🧘‍♀️I invite you to join a Teacher Training and immerse yourself into the philosophy of Yoga. 100% Online Yoga Alliance Approved until 12/31/2021 🧘🏽‍♂️📿www.myvinyasapractice.com 🧘‍♀️🎧Pick a Class & Press Play! NEW FEATURE *See Below* https://www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com/audio-yoga-classes Enjoy the class! Meet you on the mat! NAMASTE! Check out past episodes on my website! You can even search for key words! So excited! 🧡 https://www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com/podcast Check out past sequences here!  https://www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com/archives FREE YOGA SEQUENCES AVAILABLE!!! Check out my website for more info! www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com @yogapodcast FB: Breezy Bree Twitter @lovebreezybree IG: @yogapodcast & @lovebreezybree Credit: Listen to your ownbody’s infinite wisdom during practice, modify poses as you see fit. Grab your mat and a quiet place to listen as you begin your practice.  Props: Blocks, Blanket, Straps. Optional: Knee pads.  Listen to your own body’s infinite wisdom during practice, modify poses as you see fit. Grab your mat and a quiet place to listen as you begin your practice.  Props: Blocks, Blanket, Straps. Optional: Knee pads.  Breezy Bree E-RYT® 200, RYT® 500, YACEP® Style: Hatha, Vinyasa IAYT 500 Hour Certified Yoga Therapeutics Trauma-Informed Yoga 100 Hour Rocket Yoga 100 Hour https://www.yogaalliance.org/TeacherPublicProfile?tid=198124 Disclaimer: You are practicing at your own risk. Consult your doctor before beginning any exercise regime including Yoga and Pilates. This recording is for entertainment purposes only. Yoga Teacher is not responsible for any injuries, including death by the listener or practitioner. If you have health concerns contact a healthcare professional or a physician. Yoga Podcast is for Entertainment Purposes Only. www.lovebreezybreeyoga.com ---> Did you know you can listen on iTunes, Spotify & Stitcher? Download the Apps today & never miss an episode. Don’t forget to check out my new Yoga Pose Breakdown series and FREE Yoga Classes recorded during live studio practices for your personal practice, just listen & practice!  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yogapodcast/message
Yoga Inspiration
Yoga Inspiration
Kino MacGregor
#56: How to Fit Niyama into Your Yoga Practice
What does yoga represent to you? Why did you take that first step onto the yoga mat? I’ve been practicing yoga because I was looking for a more peaceful life. Now, more than twenty years later, I can confidently say that when I walk off my mat after practice I’m a little bit more peaceful, a little bit kinder. Yoga practice has the power to bring a little bit more love and peace into your life by changing the way you treat others and the way you treat yourself. One can even argue that this quest for peace is why the practice of yoga has survived for so many years. The spirituality of our yoga journey reminds us that this practice is more than just the pose. Even now, when we keep seeing perfectly photographed poses on Instagram, we have to remind ourselves that we are more than just our asana obsessions. We all have our favorite poses. I’m the first to admit that I really wanted to do a headstand when I started my Ashtanga practice. But the true journey of yoga is not limited to the physical poses. The path of yoga is more spiritual and metaphysical. At the core of the metaphysical practice of yoga are the five niyamas: * Saucha: cleanliness and purity * Santosa: contentment, acceptance, and optimism * Tapas: discipline and persistence * Svadhyaya: self-study and study of the sacred texts * Isvarapranidhana: devotion to the higher power These moral and ethical self-disciplines help yogis relate with society. Since very few of us will become monks, the niyamas can help us householder yogis balance our yoga practice with the society in which we live. As I discuss the five niyamas, you may recognize some of these from other episodes. I’ve discussed tapas many times before on this podcast, but not in the way it influences the effort the yogi dedicates to their practice. In yoga, your effort is directly related to how much yoga is asking you to change your life. These changes can manifest in many ways, from dietary changes to complete mental makeovers in your subconscious. Tapas will help you balance your discipline so you can dedicate the right kind of effort to your practice. Remember - we should have that feeling of effort or else we miss the very thing that yoga is trying to teach us. The five niyamas are the substance of the lifelong journey into the spiritual practice of yoga. You will think of them every time you get on your mat, and your perspective of the niyamas will change as you evolve on this journey. Tune in now to learn how to fit the niyama into your yoga practice. I want to keep inspiring you to continue your practice. Send an email at info@kinoyoga.com and tell me - what does yoga mean to you? You could be invited to guest spot on The Yoga Inspiration Podcast. Stay connected: @kinoyoga and @omstarsofficial View my teaching schedule, blogs, etc on Kinoyoga.com Get your free 30 day membership on Omstars.com& use code: PODCAST
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