International yoga leader and creator of the LYT Method, Lara Heimann, investigates the modern evolution of yoga from her background as a Physical Therapist and neurodevelopmental treatment specialist. She passionately explores the core values of her groundbreaking yoga method: smarter movement patterns, kindness to ourselves and others, compassion for all beings, finding the best way through inquiry, the courage to change, discipline to grow, and taking a stand for what we believe in.
The Benefits of a Good Cry
I share the importance of crying and not holding back your tears.
Building Muscle While Eating as a Conscious Vegan | with Jordan David
Jordan David shares the story of his vegan transformation and how he incorporated it with his passion for bodybuilding.
Wednesday Q&A with Kristin Williams | October 21, 2020
Kristin Williams and I answer your questions about bicycling and hamstring pain, cramping in the lower calf while running, and queefing while going upside down.
I talk about the importance of living clean and clutter free.
Marketing Yoga Like a Rebel | with Ryan Orrico
Ryan Orrico shares his unorthodox but effective methods of marketing, and why being different is a good thing.
Wednesday Q&A with Kristin Williams | October 14, 2020
Kristin Williams and I answer your questions about cervical arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, damaged rotator cuff, and sleep posture.
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Brilliant. I am learning so much about anatomy, functional movement and the holistic practice of yoga. Lara is so clear and precise. Thank you!
As a yoga instructor, and somebody who has struggled with many injuries over the years from compensatory behavior and hypermobility, I find Lara’s work not only educational, but so interesting! Thank you for all of the work you do to produce this content and help educate the fitness and yoga community!
Small shifts to expand
I’ve just found Lara’s podcasts and I am so glad. I love each episode but the Small Shifts really hits the spot. Sometimes it all seems too much so breaking it down to small steps really makes sense. Thanks for sharing your infinite knowledge 😃