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Yoga for Winter Sports | Yoga NOW

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  • 6 years ago

Beat the Winter Blues | Yoga NOW

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JANE. Have you ever had a case of the winter blues or stronger? Do you feel sad during the winter season? Tune in to this episode Yoga Now for tips and tools to feel better this winter.

Welcome to Yoga Now, I’m your host, Jane Lanza. Today we’re talking about SAD, seasonal affective disorder that affects more of us than you might imagine. Do you know that feeling in the midst of winter being sad, lethargic, achey? Well, you’re not alone.

When the brain is experiencing less light – particularly sunlight, extra melatonin is produced. Melatonin is a hormone that controls our sleep cycles and our Circadian rhythms and is also linked to depression.

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JANE. Women have an eight times greater chance of feeling sad than men do. I’d like to begin by saying that the recommendations that follow are by no means substitutes for medical advice. We suggest you consult your physician before trying any of the practices; in particular light treatment. This is the most common recommendation for seasonal affective disorder.

And now we’d like to recommend our very favorite remedy of all, Yoga.

Hi, this is Jane I just like to take a second to remind you, that you can sign up for our newsletter and as a bonus receive free full length episodes of Yoga Now. It’s a great way to stay up with the news in the Yoga World. Just click on the subscribe button at the top of the screen.

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  • 6 years ago

Yoga Retreat 101 | Yoga NOW

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  • 7 years ago

Yoga with Music | Yoga NOW

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  • 7 years ago

Yoga Powered Life Video | Yoga NOW

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  • 7 years ago

Yogis Gotta Eat Video | Yoga NOW

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  • 7 years ago

Wholistic Care NY Video | Yoga NOW

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JANE. Welcome to Yoga Now, it’s my pleasure to introduce you to Kalpana Reddy from Wholistic Care New York.

KALPANA. When Wholistic Care started; I think the origin of it started in the ‘80s when I used to do death and dying work, I always wished there was a place for people to come to that’s safe and nurturing and that they could rest their burdens. But by the time Wholistic Care came along I had my trainings in yoga, meditation, yoga therapy, and life coaching. So, my idea about wholistic care was about; can I hold a container for people to be whole in their wholeness. That nothing is missing with them whether they come for cancer care or they come for death and dying or they’re anxious or panic attacks. Just to say to them, you’re whole as you are and all we have to do is help you remember your wholeness and restore back that balance.

JANE. Can you tell us a little bit about your affiliation with the Alice Hyde medical center?

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KALPANA. I went to the administration with Deepak Chopra’s dvd he did for the Harvard medical staff and the dean. And it was all about the importance of wholistic services. I did my spiel to the administrator and then I also suggested to him to watch this. And he was already interested in how meditation could help because he knew people were coming to me.

JANE. Hi this is Jane, I’d just like to take a second to remind you that you can sign-up for our newsletter and as a bonus receive free full length episodes of Yoga Now. It’s a great way to stay up with the news in the yoga world. Just click on the subscribe button at the top of this screen.

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  • 7 years ago

Thai Yoga Massage Video | Yoga NOW

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JANE. We’re here to share our knowledge about Thai Yoga massage, also called Thai medicine. We’ll begin briefly by sharing the history of Thai Yoga massage with you; which originated over 2500 years ago and has roots both in India and China. Some people believe that the massage is indigenous to Thailand with influences from China and India and some people believe it was carried over from these countries.

AMANDA. I was fortunate enough to travel to Thailand in 2010 and spent a lot of time in northern Thailand and Chiang Mai. And I knew that was the right place for me to further my studies.

When people ask me what Thai Massage is; I often compare it to Lazy-man’s Yoga. I’m not particularly fond of that title but I think it gives people a good idea of what they may be in for. But as you know in the Thai tradition they say, Thai massage is like a thousand gentle waves washing over your body. That’s a really beautiful image because it really is rhythmic and flowing and energetic. It can be deeply relaxing or it can be really invigorating depending on what you need.

JANE. Now, we’ll offer you from our own experience, a little bit of hands-on demo; how to practice and how to receive Thai massage.

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AMANDA. So, I’ll be showing you a brief sequence, it’s going to be about 10 minutes or so. And this is a really nice treatment that you can do on a friend or your partner. It’s really great to open up hip flexors, lower back, ham strings, gluteal muscles. All of those core muscles that really become engaged and tight as we sit at desks and sit in our car lot.

JANE. Hi this is Jane, I’d just like to take a second to remind you that you can sign-up for our newsletter and as a bonus receive free full length episodes of Yoga Now. It’s a great way to stay up with the news in the yoga world. Just click on the subscribe button at the top of this screen.

Here are the topics Jane and Amanda cover in the full length show (27 minutes including the spectacular demo). There’s a convenient new viewing option that divides the show into sections that you can jump to at any time.

  • History of Thai Yoga massage
  • Educational Background in Thai Massage; Amanda & Jane
  • Differences; Thai Massage vs. Others
  • Cultural Viewpoint of Massage in Thailand
  • Learning Resources
  • Amanda’s Demonstration of Thai Massage
  • Cautionary Note if Pregnant

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  • 7 years ago

Yoga and Parenting Video | Yoga NOW

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JANE. An episode about yoga and parenting. Emily is our studio owner and a mother of two.

EMILY. I have two children; I have a 5 year old, Tate and I have a 1 year old daughter, Rudy.

JANE. So how has your yoga practice changed form before and after becoming a mother.

EMILY. My yoga practice before and after becoming a mother is totally different. I remember before I had children, I never understood how people didn’t have time to practice yoga. And then once I had my first child, I thought, “oh, this is why people don’t have time to practice yoga”. Because it is so all encompassing especially at the age that my children are which is very young where they still are… need a lot of mommy.

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JANE. What would you say are some of the yogic principles that could really serve mothers and fathers out there on a philosophical level to being good parents.

EMILY. Well, ahimsa; compassion. Compassion toward yourself as a parent because it’s not easy and we all make mistakes and we always have the opportunity to begin again. So having the compassion toward ourselves is probably the most important.

EMILY (and TATE). Can you do Tree Pose or Airplane Pose?…..Alright Tate!

JANE. Hi this is Jane, I’d just like to take a second to remind you that you can sign-up for our newsletter and as a bonus receive free full length episodes of Yoga Now. It’s a great way to stay up with the news in the yoga world. Just click on the subscribe button at the top of this screen.

Here are the topics Jane covers in the full length show (it’s only 15 minutes). There’s a convenient new viewing option that divides the show into sections that you can jump to at any time.

  • The Family
  • Yoga After Kids
  • Applying Yoga to Parenting
  • How a Yoga Practice Benefits New Parents
  • Use Compassion (ahimsa)
  • Benefits of Meditation
  • Beginning Yoga for New Parents
  • Partner Yoga for Parents or Not?
  • Single Parents and Yoga
  • Other Advice
  • Tate’s Debut

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  • 7 years ago

Meditation Meets Yoga Video | Yoga NOW

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JANE. Hi, welcome to Yoga Now. I’m your host Jane Lanza and I’m joined today with a dear friend and one of the strongest meditators I know, Danny Morris. Welcome to the show.

DANNY. Thanks, it’s really great to be here.

JANE. We just had the pleasure of a lecture with Danny on the origins of meditation and learning a bit more about the different types of meditation and how they evolve from different places around the world and most importantly how they apply to us as yoga teachers and yoga teacher trainees. So Danny, can you tell us what was the highlight of that talk, what would you like us to walk away knowing about meditation?

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DANNY. Sure, I think it’s really important to understand how the word meditation is used; how different traditions relate to that word in different ways and the different type of meditations that can be done. Sometimes meditation can be used as a catchall phrase and be a very generic term. So when we’re describing different meditation techniques it’s important to be very clear about what kind of meditation we’re doing and how to do that type of meditation.

DANNY (Lecture Excerpt). Welcome everyone. We’re going to start with a little centering meditation to kind of get us in the right mood to also listen. So one of the first things that I’m going to talk about is how the word meditation is used in so many different contexts and so many different ways and how people relate to it. There’re a lot of different meditation techniques.

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  • 7 years ago