10 episodes

My name is Jake Panasevich, and I’m a yoga teacher with a focus on teaching men and athletes - from your everyday dad to professional athletes. And I’m also a lifestyle science journalist and I link my yoga practice and habits to evidence based medicine, outcomes and research. Which honestly, often gets lost in a yoga practice. I want to provide you, my audience with as much value as possible and that’s why I started this: the Yoga with Jake podcast, where I tap into my access to world-renown experts, elite athletes and other world-class performers to give you the tools, tips and perspective that make them the best in their field, and could help you be better too.

Yoga With Jake Podcast Jake Panasevich

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 31 Ratings

My name is Jake Panasevich, and I’m a yoga teacher with a focus on teaching men and athletes - from your everyday dad to professional athletes. And I’m also a lifestyle science journalist and I link my yoga practice and habits to evidence based medicine, outcomes and research. Which honestly, often gets lost in a yoga practice. I want to provide you, my audience with as much value as possible and that’s why I started this: the Yoga with Jake podcast, where I tap into my access to world-renown experts, elite athletes and other world-class performers to give you the tools, tips and perspective that make them the best in their field, and could help you be better too.

    Troy Jackson: Battling Addiction and How Yoga Helps with Addiction Recovery.

    Troy Jackson: Battling Addiction and How Yoga Helps with Addiction Recovery.

    Certain types of yoga can produce a natural "high" that can help those recovering from addiction. For Troy Jackson, yoga proved to be such a powerful recovery tool that he’s now a yoga teacher.

    Jackson went on to receive a master’s in social service and became a licensed social worker. He currently works as a licensed psychotherapist and a yoga teacher. He prays often, and he is grateful for the small gifts in his everyday life, something he missed while in the throes of addiction.

    “I wanted to die every day,” Jackson says. “I was too afraid to kill myself, so I was just trying to do it slowly. When I was using, I hated myself. I hated others around me. It was a miserable existence. Now, one of the first highs I get every morning is the fact that I’m alive. Life’s good. That’s a high in itself.”

    • 1 hr 27 min
    Dr. Anna Lembke: Addiction, How Exercise and Yoga Help With Addiction, Exercise and Cross Addictions.

    Dr. Anna Lembke: Addiction, How Exercise and Yoga Help With Addiction, Exercise and Cross Addictions.

    Dr. Anna Lembke,  professor of psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine and chief of the Stanford Addiction Medicine Dual Diagnosis Clinic.  She’s also featured in the hit Netflix documentary, The Social Dilemma  and her new book "Dopamine Nation" is a New York Times Best Seller. 

    • 56 min
    Dr. Erica Sharpe

    Dr. Erica Sharpe

    Dr. Erica Sharpe is a clinical human researcher at the National University of Natural Medicine, a professor of chemistry at SUNY Canton who specializes in yoga nidra  (yogic sleep) and natural medicine. In this podcast she discusses the traditional aspects of yoga nidra as well as the science based benefits of it. 

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Dr. Robert Sallis

    Dr. Robert Sallis

    Dr. Robert Sallis is a family and sports medicine physician at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Fontana California. He’s the director of sports medicine fellowship at Kaiser Permanente, a clinical professor of family medicine at UC Riverside School of Medicine and chief medical officer for the Los Angeles Football Club.
    Dr. Sallis was the principal investigator of a study published in the April edition of the British Journal of Sports Medicine that observed nearly 50,000 adults with COVID-19. Researchers found those who met the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' physical activity guidelines of at least 150 minutes per week of moderate to vigorous physical activity showed significantly lower risks of hospitalization, ICU admission and death due to COVID-19.
    He shares the significance of his findings, He provides some theories as to why exercise helps lessen the severity of covid symptoms, and how someone who’s been diagnosed with covid should start back into an exercise routine safely. He also discusses the problem with the messaging around how to handle the pandemic. And how we can be more prepared for the next pandemic.

    • 28 min
    Dr. Jonathan Drezner

    Dr. Jonathan Drezner

    Team Physician, Seattle Seahawks and UW Huskies, Editor-in-Chief at the British Journal of Sports Medicine , Professor at University of Washington and Director, at UW Medicine Center for Sports Cardiology discusses his recent research on COVID-19 and college athletes. He also speaks on safely returning to exercise post COVID-19 infection and the affects exercise can have in lessening the severity of COVID outcomes. 
     

    • 36 min
    Dr. Vaibhav Diwadkar

    Dr. Vaibhav Diwadkar

    Vaibhav Diwadkar, professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral neurosciences at Wayne State University School of Medicine discusses the effects of cold exposure. 

    • 1 hr 5 min

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