Chat & Chai: yoga talks from Miami Life Center, with Kino MacGregor, Tim Feldmann, and special guests from the heart of South Beach. Whether you’re a yoga student looking for inspiration and motivation to practice or just interested in living a more peaceful life, join us on this podcast! We discuss yoga methodology and traditional philosophy in an approachable framework that is relevant to modern day living. As yogis, we all need a bit of personal motivation, a supportive teacher and a welcoming community to let inspiration flow. This podcast provides the tools for all yogis to walk down the spiritual path towards a happier and more peaceful life.
Yoga Lineages: Ashtanga and Iyengar Yoga with Tim and Rosa
Grab a chai and join Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist, Rosa Santana and authroized Ashtanga teacher Tim Feldmann for a brand new, installment of our yoga talk series, Chat and Chai. Listen in as they discuss the Lineage of Krishnamacharya, how best to learn yoga, yoga traditions & lineages and what joins/divides us in the yoga world.
Rosa Santana is the founder of Yoga Rosa, a ln internationally recognized hub of Iyengar Yoga since 1995. Tim Feldmann is the Founder of Miami Life Center, a yoga school rooted in Ashtanga Yoga, and an authorized ashtanga teacher traveling world-wide.
Practice with us online 30 days for $30 https://miamilifecenter.com/online-classes/
Approaching Injury in Yoga with Monica Arellano
Confronting injury within a yoga asana practice can be overwhelming, not knowing how to approach the practice you’ve come to rely on as your daily and sacred ritual.
There are many lessons to learn during the process of healing, but understanding how to overcome the obstacles and adapt the practice can be difficult to navigate alone.
Join Monica in a community yoga talk where she shares her experiences with injury within the practice, how she found her way forward and how it continues to inform her practice and definition of yoga today.
It's a conversation, where some of the students participating had a chance to share their experiences with injury, any doubts still coming up as a result and any lessons they learned that might inspire someone else.
An opportunity to support and listen to one another to continue moving together along this path of learning and growing.
Practice yoga online all levels with Miami Life Center, first 30 days for $30! Learn more here - https://miamilifecenter.com/online-classes/
Connect with Monica: https://www.monicarellano.com / IG: @monicarellano
Finding Stillness and Peace with Dennis Hunter
Dennis Hunter is a senior meditation teacher and creator of the Clarity Dharma and Meditation Collective. He's a former Buddhist monk who spent 2 years in a monastery with Pema Chodron and is currently a Miami based yoga and meditation teacher working with Warrior Flow and Omstars. The name of this talk is Shanti, Santosha and Samadhi: Finding Stillness and Peace.
Join Dennis (along with Kino MacGregor, Tim Feldmann and other local teachers) for an upcoming panel discussion on Yoga and Trauma. This is event will be held at Miami Life Center on February 28th at 6pm. If you cant make it in person, don't worry! We'll also share the talk right here on the podcast.
Kino on Updating our System Through the Practice of Yoga
Yoga as a life hack. An interesting comparison which Kino makes in this talk. Tune in to learn more about how this practice of yoga is relevant to our functioning in the world of today. How does yoga work and why does it work? Let's investigate these question together, in community
Practice with Kino at Miami Life Center. 6 day Mysore style intensives coming up! More info here - https://miamilifecenter.com/workshop-events/
Ty Landrum on Personal and Mythological Reflections on Ashtanga Yoga
This past weekend we had the honor of hosting Ty Landrum for a workshop at Miami Life Center. His love and understanding for the spirit of the practice and its expression through philosophy, the breath, movement and asana, was experienced by all those present.
Good news, we recorded one of his talks for you! Tune in as he shares a mythical story he feels portrays the path of a contemplative practice. He presents it as a metaphor for the type of consciousness we are trying to uncover in yoga and immerse ourselves in. Ty then goes on to share his reflections on the Ashtanga Yoga System and how its intelligence leads us towards transformation.
Ty Landrum is the director of the Yoga Workshop in Boulder, Colorado. He teaches Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga in the traditional, contemplative and experimental style of his mentors, Mary Taylor and Richard Freeman. With a PhD in Philosophy, Ty has a special touch for explaining the theory of yoga with color and creativity. His passion as a teacher is to share the brilliance of yoga with anyone who wants to learn.
To learn more about Ty and his international teaching schedule - https://tylandrum.com
Exploring our Inner Space Through Yin Practices with Natalia
In this episode of Chat & Chai, our Restorative and Yin teacher, Natalia Vasquez introduces the 4 types of Yin Practices - Yin, Restorative, Yoga Nidra and Meditation - and how they can guide us into discovering the depths of our inner world through our breath, stillness, observation and compassion. Natalia then opens to questions allowing for thought provoking and organic conversation between students of all styles of yoga. Tune in to find out how these practices can be accommodated and beneficial to everyone - from someone who only has 15 minutes before going to bed to a yang attracted Ashtanga practitioner.
Natalia's experience of putting these yin tools into practice has brought her into a space of healing and recovery. Her understand of these practices and how they can benefit any practitioner is accessible and inspiring, giving her the unique ability to guide others through their vulnerable inner spaces.
If you'd like to learn a quick restorative practice you can practice anywhere, check out our IG TV @miamilifecenter
If your local to Miami and would like to practice with Natalia Join her at Miami Life Center Tuesday's and Thursday's at 12:30pm.
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Wonderful podcast, but hard to hear
I love this podcast, but it is really hard to hear. When I listen in my car I have to turn the sound all the way up (don't have to do this for other podcasts) and even then it's impossible to hear the questions. Kino and Tim are inspirational and also very funny and charismatic. I just wish I could hear this better!
Thank you for the podcast
Grateful for Natalia's yoga nidra recordings
These are deep talks about yoga and what it means to practice consistently. Thank you to everyone involved with this podcast. It has shed light on the philosophy of yoga for me.