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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.

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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.

    12 Steps and Yoga with Nikki Myers

    12 Steps and Yoga with Nikki Myers

    In the 1980s, Nancy Reagan coined the term, “Just say no!” and spearheaded the social aspect of the so-called war on drugs. It didn’t work, nor have any of the dozens of public, private, and international efforts to curb the disease of despair. Things have become so much worse that today, almost every single person listening has a friend or family member affected by addiction. My guest on this week’s podcast is a recovered addict herself and uses yoga as part of an integrated 12-step program to support others.
    Listen and learn:
    The importance of support for addiction recovery The benefits of talk therapy vs. movement based therapy How trauma can feel like it’s stuck physically The integration of past, present and future self Links
    Y12
    ABOUT OUR GUEST
    Nikki is the founder of Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR). Her approach is based on her personal journey through addiction and recovery, leading her to blend the somatic aspect of yoga with the cognitive approach of 12-step programs.
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    • 38 min
    Injuries Happen - Stay Positive with Dr. Ariele Foster

    Injuries Happen - Stay Positive with Dr. Ariele Foster

    Injuries can derail your best healthy lifestyle plans, and if you’re not careful, they can lead to deconditioning and loss of function. But here’s what you need to understand and accept: everyone with an active life gets injured - everyone. So rather than feeling guilt or regret about your aches and pains, it’s a much smarter approach to swiftly move into healing mode and take full ownership of the process. On this week’s podcast, you’ll meet a career yoga teacher and physical therapist whose work focuses on overcoming injuries.
    Listen and learn:
    Why many injuries simply require time to heal The importance of things like shoes, sleep position, and lifestyle choices The power of walking and how to titrate movement vs. pain How to potentially get help from a physical therapist or qualified professional Links
    Ariele’s Anatomy Site
    ABOUT OUR GUEST
    Dr. Ariele Foster is a physical therapist and yoga teacher with over two decades experience helping people recover from injuries, manage chronic conditions, and rehab from surgeries.
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    • 49 min
    A Practical Guide to Improving Your Sleep with Dr. Sujay Kansagra

    A Practical Guide to Improving Your Sleep with Dr. Sujay Kansagra

    Most adults need seven to nine hours of sleep per night, and we need good sleep quality as well, which means cycling through light, deep, and REM phases. While sleeping is the most natural of all human behaviors, many of us continue to struggle for a variety of reasons, including stress, anxiety, hormonal changes, and more. On this week’s podcast, you’ll meet a medical doctor whose work is focused on improving sleep for kids and adults.
    Listen and learn:
    Sleep hygiene 101  deal sleeping positions Kid vs. adult sleep - what changes? How to know when you need medical help Links
    That Sleep Doc (Instagram)
    ABOUT OUR GUEST
    Dr. Sujay Kansagra specializes in sleep medicine. He is Director of Duke University's Pediatric Neurology Sleep Medicine Program and author of a number of books, including My Child Won't Sleep: A Quick Guide for the Sleep-Deprived Parent.
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    • 36 min
    Stem Cells for Healing with Christian Drapeau

    Stem Cells for Healing with Christian Drapeau

    In regenerative medicine and longevity, it’s difficult to separate signal from noise. The search for the fountain of youth is a story as old as humanity, and while we’re all clearly aging, there are some technologies that hold real promise, particularly when it comes to things like joints and skin. On this week’s podcast we’ll discuss stem cells, specifically how specific nutrients can boost endogenous production.
    Listen and learn:
    How adaptogenic plants can measurably boost your own stem cells Why a reduced ability to heal is a hallmark of aging The difference between umbilical cord vs adipose tissue derived cells Legal, ethical and access concerns Links
    Christian’s Site
    ABOUT OUR GUEST
    Christian Drapeau is a stem cell biologist and a pioneer in the study of plant-based stem cell enhancement therapies. He is also the author of Cracking the Stem Cell Code.
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    • 44 min
    Getting Started with Meditation with Ann Swanson

    Getting Started with Meditation with Ann Swanson

    If you’re interested in meditation and have downloaded an app or purchased a book, yet fail to consistently follow through, this week’s podcast is for you. We’ll discuss meditation for average people living in the real world with recurring guest, Ann Swanson.
    Listen and learn:
    Meditation practice vs. meditative practices How to manage rumination Why different meditation practices can serve you in different scenarios How to start small and link your practice to an existing habit Links
    Meditation for the Real World Get your bonus here ABOUT OUR GUEST
    Ann Swanson is a certified yoga therapist and author of the best-selling book, Science of Yoga. She specializes in helping people manage stress, pain and arthritis. Her new book is called, Meditation for the Real World: Finding Peace in Everyday Life.
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    • 35 min
    610: Understanding Attachment Styles with Thais Gibson

    610: Understanding Attachment Styles with Thais Gibson

    The quality of our lives is determined by the quality of our relationships. While most people would probably agree with that statement, they would also admit that their relationships are often troubled. From a psychological perspective, attachment theory can be a helpful frame for understanding our patterns of emotional connection and strife, and it can also provide a path forward toward balance and security.
    On this week’s podcast, you’ll meet an author whose work is centered around understanding yourself to create space for healthier relationships.
    Listen and learn:
    How to identify your attachment style as secure, anxious, avoidant, or dismissive Why we’re often attracted to people who struggle in similar or familiar ways Why our fundamental needs must be met Links
    Thais Site
    ABOUT OUR GUEST
    Thais Gibson is an author, counselor, speaker, and founder of The Personal Development School. She has a background in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), underscoring her deep commitment to understanding and teaching the principles of psychological wellbeing and personal growth​. She’s the author of Attachment Theory: A Guide to Strengthening the Relationships in Your Life. 
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    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
925 Ratings

925 Ratings

J_AndersGram ,

Fitness and Health as I approach 60 years around the sun !

Yogabody and Lucas Rockwood has changed the way I look at fitness and health as I am approaching 60 years old this year. I have more energy ; I can actually feel my muscles in my body getting much stronger and I have way less pain in my body as a busy hairstylist of 35 years . I feel alive again and am excited about my new fitness journey ! Thanks Yogabody , I highly recommend them !

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Lucas Rockwood

Always informative and practical! 💙

the alexa r ,

luca is the best!

my favorite podcast! i have not found anything better

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