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Changing the Face of Yoga Podcast

Hosted by Stephanie Cunningham, a yoga teacher herself who is committed to sharing yoga with anyone, especially the over 50's. Stephanie created this podcast to share how yoga can be practiced by anyone with amazing benefits. Yoga teachers themselves will share their stories; discussing why they teach, who they teach, how students benefit. Every fortnight or so, we will release a new episode. We will talk with teachers about teaching children, curvy bodies, the elderly but also those that each yoga to support students with diabetes, cancer and mental health issues.
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Now displaying: July, 2017
Jul 25, 2017
Jodie Gillam Penderghast of Source Yoga in Brisbane Australia talks about her fusion of Western evidence based information and Eastern modalities to offer therapeutic help to all of her students. 1:12 Introduction 4:46 Joining the Guru Tradition with Western Evidence Based Information: Jodie has a background in remedial massage and a Satyananda lineage in yoga. She has fused these two areas to develop a series of unique yoga classes. 6:46 Evolution of yoga: 7:57 Life Stories in Students' Bodies: Students carry their lifestyle in their bodies and many cannot even begin a yoga class without some therapeutic intervention so that they can move more easily. 13:35 Musculo-Skeletal Therapies in the Yoga Class
Jul 18, 2017
Qi  Gong - Talking with Brodie Welch Stephanie and Brodie discuss the similarities and differences between yoga and qi gong and why might someone choose one or the other. Brodie is developing a new method to help people reach their healthy lifestyle goals by bringing a group together for support and providing guidance to help them become healthier.
Jul 11, 2017
Download the podcast here On this podcast, I talk to Jen Markunas Reynolds about her experience in tailoring yoga for athletes and to improve athletic performance. As an athlete herself, she knows the benefits of both the mental and physical aspects of yoga to provide resilience, focus and discipline for athletes: Jen Markunas Reynolds: Peak Mountain Fitness on Facebook and Instagram
Jul 4, 2017
Download the podcast here I talk to Katrina Kopeck about her yoga class for military veterans. Class set-up, sequencing, movement, breathing and relaxation are all designed to cater to the needs of the military veterans which may include severe trauma. Katrina Kopeck: katrina@unboundyogatherapy.com
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