Yogipod, a podcast by YogaVigyan explores how yoga transforms lives. In our conversations with Yoga Practitioners across the world, we uncover how these ancient scientific tools have helped transform their lives. These stories of personal exploration and inspiration, resonate with with all of us and provide insight into the tools that can be used for our very own Growth and Wellbeing.
A conversation with Rekha Krishnamoorthy from Sathya Yoga and Wellness, on the importance of recognising and tackling issues concerning mental health by creating a chemistry of pleasantness within. We discuss which Yogic tools one can make use of and Rekha shares her story of transformation.
Today we chat with Bavani who is a certified yoga teacher and holistic nutritionist who specialises in programs to help with IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). We discuss the reasons for IBS, how it can be addressed and she brings in her personal experience in tackling it. Very informative discussion on how adopting a holistic solution has helped her and many others. Her clientele is based out of North America presently. The snippets of wisdom are available to all of us globally :)
'We earn a living to live well, not kill ourselves with stress' - Sadhguru. As I worked in a high stress environment where we chased biz targets on a monthly basis, I share my journey to Isha. How I chose to keep my job and continue teaching as well. All this while pursuing my passion for spreading this phenomenal science of yoga to those looking to change their lives for the better.
From working with NDTV, how he became a hatha yoga teacher and the impact of the practices on participants. We discuss how Isha's flagship program Inner Engineering and learning the powerful meditation Shambhavi Mahamudra Kriya paved the way for us.
When two hatha yogis chat, we might sound a bit high from our yogic practices. 😂
We explore how yoga helped a 65yr old lady learn to ride a bike, how the skills learnt from hatha yoga in understanding the mechanics of the body helped and how to deal with injuries. This is useful for those practicing hatha yoga and certain things to keep in mind while doing intense practices like Angamardana.
It is especially important for those who have past injuries and are how Yoga can help you overcome it.