I had a great conversation with Dina Crosta on her podcast, Nurture Your Nature. We had a lovely meandering (and educational) conversation that winds around my journey from yoga student, to teacher, to interdisciplinary movement educator and to new mom. Some of the topics covered were: A big picture look […]
Category Archives: Podcasts
It was my total pleasure to talk with my friend and colleague Caitlin Casella on her podcast Practice Human. We go deep into a variety of subjects including: Why people themselves are often the better judge of what they need (not the ‘teacher’) + how what we need changes — […]
Do you go on auto-pilot with over-used yoga teaching cues? I got super nerdy with Mado Hesselink on her Yoga Teacher Resource Podcast all about 4 categories of cues. A few have extensively researched in studies surrounding motor learning. The takeaway? It’s great to be fluent in all 4 ways […]
Michelle and I discuss how I got started as a yoga teacher, how I realized yogasana was hurting me (because my flexibility was outpacing my strength), how and why I changed my teaching and branching out into different movement modalities like self-massage, weight-lifting, kettle bells and incorporating interdisciplinary movement and resistance […]
Julian and I talk about: why yoga teachers must continually adapt and change; the importance of cross-training your yoga practice by doing more than asana; and the importance a teacher’s ability to be self-critical and willfully step into the discomfort of asking why we teach what we teach.