100 episodes

This no-nonsense health and wellness show features best-selling authors and thought leaders in nutrition, mental health, relationships, and self-improvement. Each episode also includes listener Q&A. Hosted by yoga trainer, writer, and expert speaker, Lucas Rockwood, the founder of YOGABODY and The Yoga Teachers College.

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This no-nonsense health and wellness show features best-selling authors and thought leaders in nutrition, mental health, relationships, and self-improvement. Each episode also includes listener Q&A. Hosted by yoga trainer, writer, and expert speaker, Lucas Rockwood, the founder of YOGABODY and The Yoga Teachers College.

    398: Better Your Relationship with Maya Diamond

    398: Better Your Relationship with Maya Diamond

    The quality of our lives are very much defined by the quality of our relationships, and that person next to you in bed is the most important relationship of all. So how are you doing with that? Do you have a plan? Are you growing or just getting by? Like most of us, it’s probably a work in progress.

    On this week’s podcast, you’ll meet relationship expert Maya Diamond shares her experiences from her field work.

    • 40 min
    397: 13 Years Training Yoga Teachers with Lucas Rockwood

    397: 13 Years Training Yoga Teachers with Lucas Rockwood

    I always wanted to be a writer. Kerouac, Hemmingway, and Carver were my heros. Later it was playwrights Kushner, Ibsen, and Chekov. I’d drag home backpacks full of books from the public library, and I finagled my way into just about every theater I could find in New York City from Broadway to deep Brooklyn fringe venues. If you met me at age 20, you’d never predict I’d be teaching backbends and low glycemic diets at age 40 - but here we are.

    • 39 min
    396: Our Mental Health Crisis Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, MD

    396: Our Mental Health Crisis Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, MD

    The three largest mental health facilities in the USA are Rickers, Cooks Country and LA Twin Towers Jails. The mentally ill have literally been relegated to prisons since there are so few public resources for those in need. This is devastating to the mentally ill, of course, but also to their families, neighbors and communities who are forever impacted.

    • 36 min
    You Are What Your Grandparents Ate with Judith Finlayson

    You Are What Your Grandparents Ate with Judith Finlayson

    Most of us have the potential for exceptional health, but some of us enter the world with serious health disadvantages that make it much more difficult to survive and thrive. Your parents’ nutrition and even your grandparents’ diet might be influencing your genetic expression right now, today. Scary stuff, but potentially empowering too.

    • 44 min
    How to Climb Mt Everest Without Leaving the United States with Jesse Itzler

    How to Climb Mt Everest Without Leaving the United States with Jesse Itzler

    I have a challenge for you. Take a pencil to paper and map out your past five years on a line graph with peaks being the great experiences and valleys being the lows. I’d be willing to guess you have a deep valley (or two!) every single year, but what about a peak?

    Most people who listen to the podcast value experiences over possessions, but are we doing enough to actively craft amazing moments in our lives? I’m not. I’d like to do better. Listen in on this week’s show to get ideas.

    • 33 min
    393: The Intelligence Trap with David Robson

    393: The Intelligence Trap with David Robson

    Steve Jobs had genius-level intelligence and built one of the largest and most influential companies in the world. At the same time, Jobs denied fathering his own daughter, was forced to take a DNA test, and ended up paying a tiny amount of child support for her entire youth despite having millions.

    Intelligence is often put on a pedestal, but the trappings are often glazed over. On this week’s podcast, we’ll unpack the “intelligence trap” and provide a new perspective on contextualizing brainpow

    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

Vanniem13 ,

Always extraordinary content!!

I have to say that if you are looking for valuable, interesting and reliable information related not only to yoga but a healthy lifestyle, this is the podcast for you. I’ve forgotten about radio and instead play and replay this talk shows while cooking, on my way to work and even while stretching in the mornings or at nights. I’ve learn and applied good practices into my day and life in general that I just want to thank you Lucas for sharing all of this great content with us.

Ed AB Canada ,

From Canada

Your podcast today on alcohol really helped me with the issues that my dad deals with his alcohol.As far back as l remember he was always drinking a lot.He is an alcoholic and finds it difficult to stop. We almost lost him last year because he has a bleeding ulcer and was extremely ill. It took me years to trust him because he broke so many promises. I have gone through many health issues and had to deal with them before l
could trust him. Today we talk over the phone and when he comes to Edmonton we see each other.

Kudra Yoga ,

Always a good listen

I just LOVE this podcast. I look forward to it every week. There are so many fascinating topics and knowledgeable guests. Today’s about demystifying men, women and polarity was so intriguing and loaded with information. I will absolutely have to listen to it twice! The nutritional tips at the end are tangible and will relate to any listener. Keep up the great work Lucas and thank you so much for all that you do.

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