Jivamukti YOga
with Jessica Stickler
Podcast

 
 
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Podcast #109 - interconnectedness, Part II

Interconnectedness and seeing the sacred all around us at all time. When we acknowledge the earth and human effort that fills everything that we encounter, we wouldn't take things for granted.

The practice involves standing plus hip opening…

 
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Podcast #108 - INterconnectedness

This podcast explores standing asana and our connection to the earth, the reading is from an interview with Wangari Maathai, founder of the Green Belt Movement in Africa and Nobel Peace Prize laureate.

The Asana sequence emphasizes balancing, including some practices to bring more strength and awareness into our standing practice.

 
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Podcast #107 - Who am I

Yoga practices help us to overcome stuckness and realize our ultimate 
capacity and potential

The philosophical theme of the class as always is drawn from the 
Jivamukti Focus of the Month, which can be read in full at: 
https://jivamuktiyoga.com/fotm/

 
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Podcast #106 - For the birds

This practice is based on the Jivamukti Focus of the Month entitled “Feed the Birds” — you can read the full text here: https://jivamuktiyoga.com/fotm/feed-the-birds/

The reading at the start of class is from: "The Genius of Birds" by Jennifer Aukmann 

As you may have guessed, we are practicing LOTS of crow pose, for this class it can be helpful to have two blocks and a bolster, although you can get creative if you don’t have yoga props around where you are practicing.

 

Podcast #105 - truth and chatturanga

Yeah, that's right... in this class we take a deep dive down to
chatturanga land. Its an often overused and overlooked pose that we
never really give proper attention or credit to. The trouble is, a
misalignment or misunderstanding over time can cause problems for your
shoulders and wrists. Don't neglect this pose, keep learning about it
and from it.
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The philosophical theme of the class as always is drawn from the
Jivamukti Focus of the Month, which can be read in full at:
https://jivamuktiyoga.com/fotm/