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The yoga world is full of passion, dedication, and entrepreneurial spirit. In this podcast Yoga Journal executive editor Lindsay Tucker interviews thought leaders, experts, teachers, and disruptors about the creative, practical, and spiritual issues flowing through the yoga community today. We’ll be releasing four-episode series around the themes of each issue of our magazine, including creativity, energy, healing, celebration, and more.

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    • 4.7 • 3 Ratings

The yoga world is full of passion, dedication, and entrepreneurial spirit. In this podcast Yoga Journal executive editor Lindsay Tucker interviews thought leaders, experts, teachers, and disruptors about the creative, practical, and spiritual issues flowing through the yoga community today. We’ll be releasing four-episode series around the themes of each issue of our magazine, including creativity, energy, healing, celebration, and more.

    Introduction to Reiki with Master Lina Iorgovan

    Introduction to Reiki with Master Lina Iorgovan

    For the last episode in our healing series, we’re joined by reiki master and intuitive Lina Iorgovan (@linamassagetherapy) who walks us through the Japanese form of energy healing known for its powerful ability to reduce stress and promote relaxation. Plus—hear Lina do a special intuitive reading of host Lindsay Tucker (@linds.tucker) and show producer Aviv Rubinstien (@rambocalrissian)!

    • 49 min
    BONUS EPISODE! Guided Hypnosis with Mark Stephens

    BONUS EPISODE! Guided Hypnosis with Mark Stephens

    BONUS EPISODE! Practice along with us as meditation expert and hypnotherapist Mark Stephens teaches a hypnosis for releasing past traumas and letting go.

    Show notes: Check out more meditations and hypnosis practices on Mark's Mindfree app.
    For weekly meditations from top teachers around the world, visit Yoga Journal's The Practice podcast.

    • 32 min
    Healing Through Hypnosis with Mark Stephens

    Healing Through Hypnosis with Mark Stephens

    For the fourth installment in our healing series, meditation expert and hypnotherapist Mark Stephens joins host Lindsay Tucker to talk about breaking habits for a healthier, happier lifestyle through meditation and hypnosis. 
    Show notes: Check out more meditations and hypnosis practices on Mark's Mindfree app.

    • 52 min
    What to do When You're Having Trouble Conceiving with Rosie Acosta

    What to do When You're Having Trouble Conceiving with Rosie Acosta

    For the third installment in our Healing Series, we chat with yoga and meditation teacher Rosie Acosta about about women’s reproductive health and the stigmas surrounding motherhood—and how she found her path toward wholeness after a tumultuous childhood and multiple miscarriages.

    Show notes: Rosie's podcasts Radically Loved Radio, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/radically-loved-with-rosie-acosta/id1077634041, and W.I.S.E., https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-w-i-s-e-podcast/id1526474544

    • 56 min
    Embodied Activism with Nkem Ndefo and Rae Johnson

    Embodied Activism with Nkem Ndefo and Rae Johnson

    The theme of our September/October issue is Healing — and on the latest episode of The Yoga Show we chat with Rae Johnson and Nkem Ndefo, leaders of an Embodied Activism Course from Embodied Philosophy. Drawing on neuroscience, somatic theory and practice, liberation psychology, trauma-informed and anti-oppressive education, and lived experience, the course examines practical strategies to reclaiming, resisting, and interrogating the political realities of our everyday lives using the felt experiences of our bodies as the groundwork for social justice—so we can come at personal and community healing from the inside out.
    Contact Rae through her website or through Pacifica Graduate Institute and Nkem through her website. 
    This episode of The Yoga Show is sponsored by Say Your Peace. Say Your Peace aims to spark global change through self-transformation and community dialogue. Share your story by using #SayYourPeace and following us on Instagram and Facebook.

    • 49 min
    Healing Complex Traumas with Steven Medeiros

    Healing Complex Traumas with Steven Medeiros

    The theme of our September/October issue is Healing—a complicated task. physically, psychologically, emotionally. In some way, trauma finds its way into each and every one of our lives, and no one comes pre-programmed with a roadmap for how to overcome it. But with the help of our friends, family, our community, and professionals, we can start down the path toward feeling whole.
    This week’s guest is the subject of our cover story: Steven Medeiros. He’s an activist and advocate from the bay area who lost his leg to a motorcycle accident 17 years ago, and his mother to murder at age 12. He’s had a long, tough road to healing both physically and mentally from his past. And today, he uses what he’s learned in an attempt to help heal society at large, to push for much-needed criminal justice reforms, and to help prevent others like him from facing the same circumstances. (Stephen's Book Recommendation from the podcast: The New Jim Crow.)

    • 1 hr 7 min

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