The Lucas Rockwood Show

Every year, millions of people resolve to lose 10lbs in the new year. They starve themselves for two weeks, join a new gym, lose a few pounds—but then gain it all back in February when their motivation wanes. On this week's Yoga Talk Show, we discuss how to make your goals a reality with counterintuitive methods that deliver results.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why to keep your goals a secret
  • Why writing is the doing part of thinking
  • Why you should draw pictures of your goals
  • How to create a New Year's mantra
  • Why you should rinse & repeat successes

 Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Sprouted breads: friend or foe?

 Links & References from the Show:

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When you’re trying to burn fat, get fit, increase your energy, improve your digestion and just plain feel better each day, it can be overwhelming with all the conflicting health information online. Do you start with organic food? Paleo? Raw vegan? Do you have to run marathons or is yoga a good solution? There’s just too many choices and too many opinions.

The truth is that there are as many paths to exceptional health as there are trees in the forest, so rather than argue about which path is best, let’s just focus on elephant in the room. Medical doctors, weight loss experts, yoga teachers, and weight lifters all agree that the single biggest trouble maker in our modern diet is excessive sugar in all its forms. It causes weight gain, diabetes, hormonal problems, premature again—and just about every other health problem you can think of. So if you want to get healthy, let’s start with the one change that will give you the biggest bang for your buck. Together, let’s kick the sugar habit and start a positive spiral towards health.

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Direct download: 183_-_New_Years_Resolutions.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:00pm CEST

The Yoga Talk Show is 3 years old, and I feel like we're just getting started. 2015 was an amazing year with over 50 guests with topics spanning from hormonal health to barefooted running. I've learned a ton, and I hope you've found this information valuable as a listener. In this week's show, I've decided to do a "year-in-review" episode to highlight some standout moments for me in the previous 12 months.

What You’ll Learn:

  • Breathing
  • HRV
  • Barefoot Running
  • Face-to-Wall Handstand
  • Kombucha

 Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Aspartame: friend or foe?

 
Links & References from the Show:


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Category:Health -- posted at: 5:00pm CEST

Your body is hard-wired for survival, but our modern world throws continuous health challenges our way. I wish things became easier with time and age, but for most people, the journey toward health becomes more and more challenging. To help you on the path to optimal health in the new year, please meet plant-based medical doctor, Michael Greger, MD.

Michael Greger, MD, is a physician, author, and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety, and public health issues. He is a graduate of Cornell University School of Agriculture and Tufts University School of Medicine.

Currently Dr. Greger serves as the Director of Public Health and Animal Agriculture at The Humane Society of the United States. Hundreds of his nutrition videos are freely available at NutritionFacts.org, with new videos and articles uploaded every day.

He is the author of a new book titled, How Not to Die: Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease just released this month and available on Amazon and all major booksellers.

Listen & Learn:

  • Why anyone eating a plant-based diet should supplement b12 and might need vitamin D3
  • The truth about lab-created meat products coming out in 2016
  • Why most people fail at plant-based diets (and all diets for that matter)
  • How plants can transform your health

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Is there such a thing as low glycemic holiday foods?

Links & References from the Show:

Got questions?

Thanks to our sponsor:

SweatHouse

Patty Post, is a yogi from Minnesota and the creative mind behind Sweathouse. Aside from their colorful yoga towels, Patty created “the Saucha Spray”, a anti-funk spray because she was sick of her yoga clothes smelling just after a few months after purchasing them. She realized that her sweat, and habit of washing her yoga clothes hours; sometimes even days after practicing was causing the funk. The bacteria in our sweat sets into fabric just 2 hours after sweating and once it's in it's really hard to get out. So she created a formula that prevents the funk from setting in, spray on fabric after sweating to keep your clothes and gear smelling fresher, longer.

She realized that it can be used on anything even hockey equipment, dance costumes!

After you namaste, spray Saucha.

Direct download: 181_-_How_Not_to_Die.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 5:11pm CEST

This week’s yoga talk show explores medicinal mushrooms; not the hallucinogenic kind, the type that boost your immune system! Tero Isokauppila, co-founder of Four Sigma Foods, a medicinal mushroom superfood and super drink company, shares with you the health benefits of Reishi, Chaga, Shiitake, Cordyceps and Maitake.

What You'll Learn:

  • How mushrooms can boost your immune system
  • How water soluble soluble polysaccharides act to modulate your immune system
  • How fat soluble triterpenes can balance your hormones
  • Why many supplements are made with mycelium - not the actual mushroom fruiting bodies
  • Why China is leading the way for medicinal mushrooms both with cultivation and extraction

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Do healthy store-bought salad dressings exist?

Links & References from the Show:

Got questions?




Direct download: 180_-_Medicinal_Mushrooms.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 4:37pm CEST

Popular health advice around the holidays usually includes such nonsense as doing squats before you pig-out, taking charcoal capsules after you drink too much, and going to the gym twice per day in an attempt to balance out your gluttony. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but none of those things will undo the damage of overeating and overdrinking—but there are some simple strategies that can really make a difference.

Listen & learn:

  • Why eating 1 gram/ 1lb of body weight is a simple way to keep you holiday food consumption in check
  • Why desserts and alcohol are the most fat-inducing things to avoid
  • How to make your holidays more active and naturally fitness-oriented
  • Why mental health is an absolute must during the holidays, and some simple ideas for getting started

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Phytoestrogens and Xenoestrogens - how do they affect us?

Links & References from the Show:

Got questions?

Direct download: 179_-_Surviving_the_Holidays.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 4:02pm CEST

Whether you’ve hurt your shoulder doing yoga or perhaps you’ve come to yoga to heal, Dr. Ariele Foster shares her knowledge about how the practice can help you recover from rotator cuff injuries and other shoulder issues. Listen in and learn which poses help and which exercises you should be avoiding altogether.

Dr. Ariele Foster is a physical therapist, interdisciplinary yoga teacher, and anatomy teacher. She has a passion for creative, intelligent yoga instruction and for making yoga anatomy accessible. Her teaching is grounded in both the compassionate approach of Kripalu Yoga and her deep understanding of musculoskeletal well-being from working with thousands of patients. Ariele has completed more than 700 hours of yoga teacher training in Kripalu, Anusara, Therapeutics, Hatha Yoga and the tradition of Maty Ezraty / YogaWorks.

In this show, you'll learn:

  • Why as many as 30%+ of people have rotator cuff tears
  • Rotator cuff: 4 small muscles supporting ball + "saucer" joint
  • Why "shoulder pathology" often includes tendons and/or muscles
  • How dolphin pose and forearm stand can be helpful for healing

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Black Pepper - superfood or flavour enhancer?

Links & References from the Show:

 

 

Got questions?

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Direct download: 178_-_Heal_Your_Shoulders.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 4:46pm CEST

Dream states are more than just random fantasy. Dreaming can be incredibly healing and is believed to be an essential part of all restful sleep. Robert Waggoner, a leading authority on lucid dreaming, suggests that by decoding our dreams we can begin to understand our psyche. On this week’s Yoga Talk Show, Lucas Rockwood and Robert look at different types of sleep and dreams, and the potential impact that lucid dreaming can have on our physical and mental health.

Robert is the author of, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self and Lucid Dreaming, Plain and Simple: Tips and Techniques for Insight, Creativity, and Personal Growth. Robert frequently speaks on lucid dreaming at national and international dream conferences, workshops and college classrooms, like Sonoma State University, Iowa State University, University of Washington, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and Evergreen State College.

 

In this show, you'll learn:

  • Why long cycle REM sleep is most conducive to lucid dreams
  • How napping can produce an "REM rebound" in some people
  • How dream help us process memory and emotions
  • How dreams can be a creative outlet
  • About the scientific research that proved and tested lucid dreams
  • How daytime mindfulness can help with lucid processing
  • How to use a reality check trigger in dreams to know you're dreaming

 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Sesame oil: good or bad?

Links & References from the Show:

 

 

 

Got questions?

 

Thanks to our sponsor: YOGABODY Naturals



Direct download: 177_-_Lucid_Dreaming.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 4:34pm CEST

On this week’s Yoga Talk Show, you’ll meet biohacker, Ben Greenfield, who teaches you how functional exercise, nutrition, and the balance between performance and health can help you improve your yoga practice, achieve your fitness goals, and improve your quality of life.

In 2008, Ben was nominated by the NSCA as America's top personal trainer, and in 2013 and 2014, Ben was voted as one of the top 100 most influential individuals in health and fitness. Ben writes for numerous health and wellness publications and is a highly sought-after speaker. Ben is the author of the NY Times best-seller, Beyond Training, and his goal is to make healthy living inspiring, entertaining and educational.

In this Show, You'll Learn:

  • How to get your poop tested for yeast, bacteria and parasites
  • Why it might not be a great idea to have Bluetooth and Wifi signals around you all the time
  • How non-psychoactive cannabis oil (CBD) might be one of the least-known supplements to reduce inflammation, improve sleep and relax
  • Tips for hacking your work station

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Are eggs a yoga-friendly food?

Links & References from the Show:

Got questions?


Thanks to our sponsor: YOGABODY Naturals

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Category:yoga -- posted at: 4:05pm CEST

When we practice yogic breathing, we can either up-regulate, down-regulate or balance our nervous system. In different situations, all three can be valuable, but for whatever reason, balanced breathing practices are not taught or practiced as often as they should be—and they are extremely useful.

In this mini-bonus class, you'll learn the simple practice of 4x4 breathing as Lucas leads you through a shorted, seated practice.

You'll Learn:

  • How to use a 1-to-1 ratio for balancing your nervous system
  • How to reduce your breathing rate by 1/2 or even 1/4 to find balance
  • How to reduce your heart rate and increate your heart rate variability in a matter of minutes
  • How to dramatically shift your outlook on the day with 10 rounds of breath

 

NOTE: this practice is 100% safe and accessible to people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds at any time of the day—except while driving.

Nutritional Tip:

  • The power of ginger

Sponsored by:

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Direct download: 175_-_4x4_Balanced_Breathing.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 3:47pm CEST

“ The body is your temple. Keep it pure and clean for your soul to reside in.” - B. K. S. Iyengar


Your gut health is vitally important for your immune system, digestion, and even your mood. On this week’s Yoga Talk Show, gastroenterologist and wellness expert, Dr Robynne Chutkan, teaches the importance of a cultivating a balanced microbiome; and she warns against the severe impact digestive distress can have on your body and your life.

Dr Chutkan founded the Digestive Center for Women (DCW) in 2004, an integrative gastroenterology practice that includes nutritional therapy, meditation, biofeedback and counseling, as well as gastrointestinal procedures like endoscopy, colonoscopy, and video capsule endoscopy.

Dr Chutkan makes regular appearances on The Doctor Oz show, and has been a featured expert on The Today Show, The Early Show, The Doctors, and local news programs. She has been featured in numerous articles on GI diseases in The Washington Post, Self, Shape, Healthy, Yoga Journal, Ladies Home Journal, Fitness, Women’s Health, and the Huffington Post among others.

What You'll Learn:

  • Why you should aim for "clean wipe" bowel movements
  • Why your colon is not blocked—but it might not be so healthy
  • Why probiotics cannot replace dietary healthy bacteria
  • Why inulin fiber is crucial for feeding good bacteria
  • How a plant-based diet can shift your microbiome (for the better) in as little as 30 hrs
  • Why sweat when stressed out smells bad

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Why Kombu (seaweed ) is so good for you!

Links & References from the Show:

Got questions?

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Direct download: 174_-_Live_Dirty_Eet_Clean.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 11:10am CEST

You’ve probably measured your heart rate while exercising with a chest strap or a wrist device - but have you ever measured your heart rate variability (HRV)? It’s fascinating stuff for yoga students. Ronda Collier joins Lucas Rockwood on this week’s Yoga Talk Show to explain why HRV is a crucial health metric, the importance of "coherent breathing", and how all of this ties in with your yoga practice.

Ronda has more than 25 years of experience in high technology product development with a proven track record of delivering leading-edge consumer electronic products within both privately held startups and Fortune 500 corporations. She spent years as an independent scholar researching non-invasive health monitoring techniques to improve overall personal well being, research that led to the founding of SweetWater Health in 2010.

SweetWater is a leading tech company provided heart rate variability monitoring software you can use on your smart phone.


What You'll Learn:

  • How your breathing and state-of-mind dramatically impact your heart rate
  • How your heart rate variability can act like a sneak peek into what’s going on with your central nervous system
  • Why high frequency heart (HF) rates are associated with parasympathetic nervous system response
  • Why low frequencies (LF) are associated with sympathetic nervous system response
  • Why elevated heart rate + reduced high freq waves + increased low frequency waves = stress response

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Why you should be drinking turmeric tea

Links & References from the Show:
SweetWater Health 

Got questions?
Write to us: podcast@yogabody.com

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Direct download: 173_-_Heart_Rate_Variability.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 11:13am CEST

If you’re excited about inversions, and handstands in particular, than you’re going to love this week’s Yoga Talk Show. Ryan Hurst, Program Director and co-founder of GMB Fitness, shares his tips for how you can get started with handstand and what kind of training program you should follow if you want to advance.Hurst holds black belts in Kendo, Judo, and Shorinji Kempo and practiced 10 years as a competitive gymnast. He has extensive experience and a personal passion for arm balancing.

What you'll learn:

  • How a "Cuban Rotation" can help strengthen and stabilize your shoulders for inversions
  • Why "wall facing" handstand can be superior to kicking up with your back to the wall
  • Why "hollow body" can be very helpful for building your core strength in handstands
  • How much and how often to practice

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • The medicinal power of mushrooms!

Links & References from the Show:
GMB Fitness

Got questions?
Write to us: podcast@yogabody.com

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Direct download: 172_-_Build_up_the_Handstand.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 3:19pm CEST

In an attempt to lead the healthiest life possible, food and movement often become the main focus - but you must also address your mental and emotional health, particularly as you age. More and more research links physical health problems to root emotional problems meaning stress, worry, and anxiety left unchecked can have horrendous long-term implications on your health.

On this week’s Yoga Talk Show, clinical psychologist, David Carbonell, decodes anxiety: why we worry, how anxiety sets in, and what can be done to address it and regain control.  

He's the author of Panic Attacks Workbook: A Guided Program for Beating the Panic Trick and the soon-to-be released, The Worry Trick: How Your Brain Tricks You into Expecting the Worst and What You Can Do About It

 

What You'll Learn:

  • Why talk therapy is probably not the best choice for anxiety
  • How generalized anxiety vs. panic attacks differ
  • Practical tips for dealing with anxiety-inducing situations

 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Glorious, glorious water!

 

Links & References from the Show:

 

Got questions?

 

Thanks to our sponsor!

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Direct download: 171_-_Overcoming_Anxiety.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:37pm CEST

Yoga is unique and powerful as a mind-body fitness modality in that it can restore balance to the body's electrical system (aka your nervous system) - and breathing is the secret key that makes it all possible. In the same way that our breath changes very predictably during times of fear, sorrow, love, or rest, we can flip that equation around and change our breathing patterns in order to change our mood.

Why then do psychiatrists prescribe drugs before using this age-old practice of balancing breath to treat mental health issues? To answer that question, Lucas is joined by Patricia Gerbarg MD who shares her years of research and on-the-ground training using breathing as therapy.

Dr. Gerbarg reveals some of the current challenges in our modern world and in psychiatric medicine - and she’ll share with you how she uses breath in her practice, often in lieu of traditional treatments like prescription drugs - and it’s working!


Dr. Patricia Gerbarg is a Harvard Medical School trained psychiatrist who practices Integrative Psychiatry, combining standard and complementary treatments. Her research focuses on mind-body practices for reducing the effects of stress and trauma, particularly in survivors of mass disasters.

Along with Dr. Richard P. Brown, she has co-authored over 40 scientific articles, book chapters, and health books on complementary and integrative treatments.

Her books include: The Rhodiola Revolution, How to use Herbs, Nutrients, and Yoga in Mental Health Care, Non-Drug Treatments for ADHD, and The Healing Power of the Breath.

Listen & Learn:

  • Why some breathing might cause manic reactions
  • How the body-mind is more accurate than mind-body since 80% of the vagus nerve fibers are carrying signals from the body to brain, and just 20% brain to body
  • Why most people breathe at 12-15 breaths/min but should aim for “coherent breath” at around 5 per min
  • Why some breathing can make you zoned-out and spacey while others can amp you up
  • How balance is usually the most useful aim and type of response to strive for

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Chickpeas: friend or foe?

Links & References from the Show:
www.breath-body-mind.com

Got questions?
Write to us: podcast@yogabody.com

Thanks to our sponsor!

Absolute Yoga Academy 

Absolute Yoga Academy is one of the most-respected and rigorous teacher training schools in the world. It’s a place where students go to become teachers, and where teachers go to become industry transformers. Join the movement!

Direct download: 170_-_Breathing_instead_of_medicating.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:45pm CEST

When most people think about world hunger and poverty, they often think of Vitamin A deficiency impacting vision or distended abdomens from protein deficiency in developing countries. Oddly, a much bigger problem affects people across the globe: iron deficiency. Low iron can lead to weakness, impaired cognitive ability, increased risk of illness, and even death - and as many as 50% of the population are at risk.

To solve this problem, please meet, Gavin Armstrong, the purpose-driven entrepreneur behind the Lucky Iron Fish. As the name suggests, this solution is quite literally “luck fish” made of iron and used in cooking to add iron into your diet. It’s elegantly simple, scientifically proven, and the compliance rate is off the charts.

Every iron fish can provide an entire family with up to 75% of their daily iron intake for up to 5 years. All you have to do is cook with it!

Gavin is a PhD Candidate in biomedical science at the University of Guelph [golf] and is a Fulbright Scholar. He has received the William J. Clinton Hunger Leadership Award and the Michaëlle Jean Humanitarian Award. He has also received the Mayor’s Award of Excellence, has been named one of the Top 40 under 40 in the Guelph community, and has been named a fellow emeritus of both the Hunger Solutions Institute and the Kirchner Food Fellowship.

What You'll Learn:

  • Why iron deficiency can cause up to 20% loss of work ability
  • How low iron makes you more susceptible to malaria and HIV
  • 3.5 billion people have deficiency
  • The complexity of iron supplementation
  • Since 2000, deficiency is up 10% globally
  • Why tannins blocks iron absorption
  • Why those with hemochromatosis must be wary of iron
  • $70 billion in lost productivity


Nutritional Tip of the Week:
Echinacea

Links & References from the Show:
www.luckyironfish.com

Got questions?
Write to us: podcast@yogabody.com

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Direct download: 169_-_Lucky_Iron_Fish.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 4:45pm CEST

Negative lifestyle habits and poor food choices can impact the neural messengers that keep you energized, calm, focused, optimistic, and inspired. In many ways, our modern world undermines our brain health and can lead to imbalances with very serious repercussions. On this week’s talk show episode, Dr. Mike Dow introduces “The Brain Fog Fix”, a program designed to balance serotonin, dopamine, and cortisol, three essential chemical messengers for fog-free living. By naturally healing your brain health, you can find clarity, focus, inner peace while staving off future health problems. 

Dr. Mike Dow is an author, psychotherapist, and the host of shows on E!, TLC, VH1, Investigation Discovery, and Logo. He makes regular appearances on Dr. Oz, Dr. Drew On Call, The Talk, Wendy Williams, Rachael Ray, Nightline, Good Morning America, The Doctors, The Talk, and Today.

His latest book, The Brain Fog Fix, is available on Amazon.com. 

 

Listen & Learn:

  • Why farm-raised rainbow trout might be the best fish source for your brain
  • How algae oils can be used as a plant-based (vegetarian) alternative for EPA and DHA
  • How EPA can be more effective than prescription drugs for treating depression
  • How 12 minutes of meditation daily can clear your mind, increase focus, and defog the brain
  • Why spirituality is important for mental clarity 

 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Sesame seeds

 

Links & References from the Show:

Dr Mike Dow’s Website

 

Got questions?

Write to us: podcast@yogabody.com

 

Thanks to our sponsors!

Yoga Design Lab 

The innovative yoga brand Yoga Design Lab has been shaking up the industry with uber colorful yoga mats described by Refinery29 and Fitness Magazine as 'stunning works of art’. Designed in Bali by a Canadian surfer/yogi named Chad, who sold all his stuff and moved there to launch the idea in 2014. The young brand produces visually stunning, fashion-forward, eco-friendly yoga products designed to inspire.

"I was seated in the back of a packed yoga class while on vacation in Ubud, Bali. Looking around, all I saw was a sea of unoriginal, massed produced, solid colored mats. My thinking was, there must be a way of creating a highly functional product that was also aesthetically beautiful. So the journey began. Long story short, I sold my stuff, packed up a couple bags and moved to Bali with the goal of creating a stunning line of yoga products that inspire more people to get excited about yoga.” - Chad, YDL Founder

Blending fashion-forward design elements with innovative functionality and bio-renewable consciousness is key to the Yoga Design Lab approach. From insulated stainless steel water bottles, to yoga mats comprised of biodegradable natural tree rubber, to the water based inks used in the printed designs, we can all make a difference with the products we buy.

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Direct download: 168_-_Brain_Fog_Fix.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 3:31pm CEST

Jackson MacKenzie is the co-founder of PsychopathFree.com, an online support community that reaches millions of abuse survivors each month. Driven by personal experience, his mission is to spread awareness and give survivors a safe place to validate their experiences, so that every empathetic person can find happiness and love after abuse. The expanded edition of his book, Psychopath Free, is now available on Amazon or his website.

 

You can learn more about his work at PsychopathFree.com

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In this Show, You´ll learn:

  What are the "Cluster B" disorders, and how to look out for them

  As must a 4% of the population doesn't feel empathy, remorse, or have a conscious in the way you do

How to deal with family members, intimate partners and co-workers who are psychopaths or sociopaths

 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

Buy Dirty Salt!

 

Links & References from the Show:

https://www.psychopathfree.com/

 

Got questions?

Write to us podcast@yogabody.com 

 

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Direct download: 167_-_Psychopath_Free.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 5:25pm CEST

For some strange reason, many yoga students overlook the importance of diet on their yoga practice—and this is a huge mistake. "You are what you eat," is a phrase everyone has heard, but in yoga, it's even more true than in other activities. Certain foods digest quickly, nourish your soft tissues, and simply make practice easier. Other foods fry your nervous system, slow digestion, and add unnecessary roadblocks to your practice. 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • Why micronutrients are so important
  • Which foods nourish your body's connective tissues
  • Natural plant foods that turn off inflammation
  • Nervous system balancing foods to eat and avoid

 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

trade in your refined white sugar for coconut palm sugar!

 

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.YogaBody.com

 

Got questions?

Write to us: podcast@yogabody.com

 

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Category:yoga -- posted at: 11:23am CEST

Nutrition is such an important topic, and no matter where we find ourselves on our health journey,we are constantly looking for ways to feel better, live longer, and generally lead healthier, happier lives. This week, Lucas Rockwood and guest speaker, Ariane Resnick, dig into fundamentals of healthy home food prep, and more specifically, the power of old-fashioned, organic bone broth.

Ariane Resnick is a private chef and certified nutritionist who specializes in organic farm-to-table cuisine. She has cooked for celebrities that include Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin, Agustina Groening, Lisa Edelstein and Jeff Franklin, and has been featured in media such as Well&Good NYC, In Style, Star, Goop.com, Food.com, Huffington Post, Refinery29.com, Muscle & Fitness, Men’s Fitness and Food Network’s “Chopped.”Her first book, “The Bone Broth Miracle,” was released in May.

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • Lyme Disease 101: how it’s diagnosed over overcome 
  • Why bone broth is a super food (for some) 
  • Is “Food a religion?” and how groups such as paleos, vegetarians, or raw foodists might help or harm you on your health journey 
  • Why health has become an economic class issue
  • How to start cooking good food

 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Quinoa: your source of plant-based protein!

 

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.arianecooks.com

 

Got questions?

Write to us: podcast@yogabody.com

 

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Category:Health -- posted at: 11:51am CEST

This week, we take a close look at the brain mechanisms of emotion and memory. With as many as 25% of adult women taking some form of antidepressants, emotional health has become a huge problem in the US - and around the world. On today’s episode, Lucas Rockwood and Joseph LeDoux talk about why our emotions are constantly being spun off balance, and what it is that we can do to get in better emotional health.

Joseph LeDoux is a professor and a member of the Center for Neural Science and Department of Psychology at NYU. His work is focused on the brain mechanisms of emotion and memory.

In addition to articles in scholarly journals, he is author of the books, The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life and Synaptic Self: How Our Brains Become Who We Are. He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a fellow of the New York Academy of Science, a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Science, and the recipient of the 2005 Fyssen International Prize in Cognitive Science.

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • The amygdala’s role in our emotional life
  • Fear, pain, and danger as motivators vs. positive goals  
  • How social media and the internet age affects our consciousness
  • How the emotional landscape of animals differ from our own

 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

Fresh and vibrant: the health benefits of wheatgrass!

 

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.cns.nyu.edu/home/ledoux

 

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Direct download: 164_-_Anxiety.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:58pm CEST

Can breathing unlock your inner power, strengthen your body, and boost your immune system? Wim Hof (aka the “Ice Man”) on this week’s Yoga Talk Show says, yes. Wim also says you’ll sleep better, improve your energy and boost your immune system if you practice his method regularly. 

Wim Hof (aka the "Iceman") holds 20 world records including longest ice bath. He has summited Mount Kilimanjaro in nothing but shorts and nearly made it to the top of Mount Everest in shorts as well. His longest ice bath to date is 1 hour and 44 minutes. He's the author of Becoming the Iceman and the creator of an online program called, Wim Hof Method. 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • The Wim Hof Method pillars of: cold therapy, breathing, and commitment
  • How breathing, meditation and mind control can increase your health and wellbeing
  • The impact of cold therapy on your body
  • Why breathing techniques work 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

Olive Oil: should you cook with it? 

 

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.wimhofmethod.com

 

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Category:yoga -- posted at: 11:01am CEST

Some people seem to be naturally flexible while others struggle with even the most basic poses—but this need not be. In this bonus episode, Lucas explains the difference between flexibility training and stretching warm-ups, two very different practices that are often confused and delivery completely different benefits. 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • Why you should do stretching warm-ups before exercise, but should not do flexibility training
  • Why stretching exercises before exercise will never lead to increases in flexibility, they simply maintain your current level
  • How long-hold, passive stretching is most effective for nervous system and soft tissue change
  • How to “hack” your nervous system with PNF techniques 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Dehydrated foods!

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.YogaTalkShow.com

 

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Category:yoga -- posted at: 4:14pm CEST

Medical marijuana has always been a polarizing topic, clouded in controversy, and it can be challenging to distinguish the real medical benefits from the stoner myths. On this week’s Yoga Talk Show, Dr. David Casarett takes us on a tour of the medical cannabis world to learn about its uses and benefits as “medicine”. 

Dr. David Casarett is a physician, researcher, and tenured associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. His studies have included more than 10K patients and have resulted in more than a 100 articles and book chapters, published in leading medical journals such as the Journal of the American Medical Association and The New England Journal of Medicine. His many awards include the prestigious U.S. Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.

Dr. Casarett recently launched MarijuanaResults.org, a platform for medical marijuana users to connect about their experiences and a source of data for medical professionals. His new book, Stoned: A Doctor's Case for Medical Marijuana, is available on Amazon. 

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • Medical marijuana: real benefits or excuse to get stoned? 
  • Hemp vs cannabis: what’s the difference? 
  • How to not smoke and not get high - but still use cannabis 
  • Why cannabis legalization is suddenly spreading

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

The “dark side” of balsamic vinegar

 

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.davidcasarett.com

Stoned: A Doctor's Case for Medical Marijuana

 

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Category:Health -- posted at: 1:31pm CEST

Ever heard of kombucha? Kombucha is a fermented tea loaded with beneficial bacteria, activated micronutrients, and if you like sour - it tastes amazing. Traditionally, it’s made with black tea and sugar, fermented by an added Scoby (symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast) for days, weeks or even months. Basically, this is sweet, rotten tea that’s actually good for you. 

On this week’s show, Lucas Rockwood and Hannah Crum explore the benefits of drinking Kombucha, and how easy it is to start brewing at home. 

Hannah Crum, also known as "The Kombucha Mamma" has been brewing kombucha and teaching others since 2004. From homebrew hobbyist, to educator, to Master Brewer, Hannah is committed to providing the most accurate and up-to-date information to kombucha lovers and homebrewers at any stage in their experience.

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • The history of this rotten tea and its role in modern day society
  • Wild vs. controlled fermented foods
  • Store bought vs. homemade kombucha
  • Do’s and don’ts for newbie at-home kombucha brewers 

 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

Health metrics - how can you tell if you’re really healthy?

 

Links & References from the Show:

www.kombuchakamp.com

 

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Direct download: 160_-_At-Home_Kombucha_Brewing.mp3
Category:Nutrition -- posted at: 11:54am CEST

Modern footwear leaves most people’s feet deformed by the time they reach adulthood, and these abnormalities lead to all kinds of movement problems, pain and cascading injuries. 

For yoga students, stiff and deformed feet are synonymous with impaired balance and stability, and even though this is such a common problem, it’s something we rarely talk about. On this week’s talk show, Lucas is joined by, Dr. Ray McClanahan, to learn how to naturally fixing your feet and toes, as well as how to go about restoring the full function of your feet without resorting to corrective surgery. 

Dr. Ray McClanahan is a podiatrist, runner and athlete.  He's the founder of Northwest Foot & Ankle in Portland, Oregon. In his 17 years as a podiatrist, he has learned that most foot problems can be corrected by restoring natural foot function.

 

Ray is the inventor of Correct Toes, silicone toe spacers. His professional goal is to provide quality natural foot health services with an emphasis on sports medicine, preventative and conservative options as well as education on proper footwear.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • Why elevated heels and arch support are usually a terrible idea in footwear 
  • How you can restore the flexibility and mobility in your feet
  • Why so many athletes get injured every year
  • Medical/surgical foot correction vs. self-care and natural medicine
  • What footwear you should be wearing

 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

Low carb diets: are they really all that?

 

Links & References from the Show:

www.correcttoes.com

 

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Direct download: 159_-_How_to_Heal_Your_Feet.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 4:54pm CEST

If you’re a vegan or a vegetarian, chances are someone has already asked you where you’re getting your protein from, or if you’re getting enough of it. We know many yoga students and teachers are exploring the plant-based diet, so this week we wanted to take a closer look at the challenges of a vegan/vegetarian diet, and what you need to do to avoid protein deficiency. Our guest this week, Dr. John Douillard, covers some of the most common questions around this topic; he also introduces the science of Ayurveda, and how it can provide valuable insights into your personal health.

Dr. John Douillard, DC has written and produced numerous health and fitness books, CDs, and DVDs. He has been teaching and lecturing internationally for 28 years and publishes a free wellness video-newsletter filled with the latest studies and research. He was the Director of Player Development for the New Jersey Nets in the NBA and currently directs the LifeSpa- Ayurvedic Retreat Center in Boulder, CO, where he lives with his wife and six children.

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • Telltale signs of protein deficiency
  • Why some people use meat medicinally
  • How Ayurveda can provide insights into personal health
  • Best sources for protein

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Agave, the natural sweetener you should probably stay away from. Find out why!

 

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.lifespa.com

 

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Direct download: 158_-_Are_you_getting_enough_protein.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 1:22pm CEST

Modern Hot Yoga practice originated from a teacher named, Bishnu Gosh, in Calcutta, India, though it’s probably best-known today from one of Gosh’s most influential (and notorious) students, Bikram Choudhury in Los Angeles. 

The Hot Yoga world is changing very quickly, and while 20 years ago, Bikram studios were the only game in town, there are now dozens of new and alternative Hot Yoga styles and studio groups popping up.  

In Canada, Moksha Yoga is a really great school founded by Ted Grand. In Asia and Europe, Absolute Yoga Academy is a leader, and in Mexico, there's Tony Sanchez (just to name a few). It’s truly amazing how Hot Yoga has spread to all corners of the world since it’s such an impactful style of yoga. 

In this week’s Yoga Talk Show, we deep dive into the real history of Hot Yoga, not just the “creative” history that has informed pop yoga culture up until now. Hot Yoga historian and researcher, Jerome Armstrong, joins us to talk about his republishing of some previously lost manuscripts including one by Gosh’s star student, Buddha Bose.

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • The real origins of Hot Yoga
  • Hot Yoga vs. Bikram Yoga
  • All about Buddha Bose and his “lost manuscript”
  • What the “84 advanced poses” sequence is all about 

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Matcha - what it is, how it is grown, and the difference between matcha and regular green tea.

 

Links & References from the Show:

www.buddhabose.com

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/242455566/84-yoga-asanas-by-buddha-bose

 

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Direct download: 157_-_Peoples_History_of_Hot_Yoga.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 11:17am CEST

Just to mix things up a little at The Yoga Talk Show, this week, Lucas will lead you through a guided yoga breathing exercises called, Box Breathing. Box breathing is an easy-to-learn and highly effective practice that you’ll feel benefits from immediately.

 

Listen & Learn:

  • How to slow your heart rate

  • How to increase your heart rate variability

  • How to stimulate your parasympathetic nervous system

  • How to encourage alpha brain wave states

  • How to reduce stress hormones and find stillness

 

And all this from a simple breathing practice!

 

References from the show:

  • Basic pranayama mudra (see hand position below)


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Category:general -- posted at: 12:36pm CEST

As a yoga student, you’ve no-doubt heard of pranayama (yogic breathing practices), but you’ve probably had very little experience practicing it. Yoga breath work is mostly a “lost art” today partly due to the fears and myths that surround the practice. The typical advice from teachers is that pranayama can only be learned after years of asana practice and then you must learn from a master - but is there any truth to that? Probably not. 

Breathing practices can serve as a very comfy bridge between asana practice and seated meditation, and for aspiring students, it’s a shame to to miss this bridge. On this week’s Yoga Talk Show, record-holding free diver, Sara Campbell, joins us to share her experiences with breath-holding, breathing techniques and benefits.

Sara Campbell is the founder of, Discover Your Depths, a training program and philosophy that uses yoga, meditation and freediving to help people achieve personal transformation in all areas of their lives.

Sara discovered yoga and meditation over a decade ago when her own health was suffering, and just a few years later achieved a record of 90 meter free dive on just one breath of air.

Sara teaches yoga, meditation, breath-work and free diving.

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • What the “dive reflex” is and how it impacts our breath & body 
  • How safe and/or dangerous is it to reduce breathing?
  • The real vs perceived risks of pranayama (on land) 
  • How breathing can lead to personal and even spiritual experiences 

 

Links & References from the Show:

www.discoveryourdepths.com

 

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Category:yoga -- posted at: 4:49pm CEST

Yoga teaching was dominated by men until Russian-born, Indra Devi, came to Los Angeles in 1947 and quietly changed the direction of modern yoga forever. Devi was not only the first woman to break through the gender barrier, she was also the first western woman to study and teach in India with Krishnamacharya, a modern master whose students spread yoga throughout the world.

On this week’s Yoga Talk Show, writer and researcher, Michelle Goldberg, shares highlights from her newest book all about the exceptional life of Indra Devi who is affectionately referred to as the grandmother of modern yoga. 

Michelle Goldberg is an author and senior contributing writer for The Nation and her work has appeared in Salon.com, The New Yorker, The New York Times Book Review, Glamour, Rolling Stone,  New York, The Guardian (UK) and The New Republic.

 Her books include: Kingdom Coming: The Rise of Christian Nationalism, The Means of Reproduction: Sex, Power and the Future of the World, and her newest title, The Goddess Pose: The Audacious Life of Indra Devi, the Woman Who Helped Bring Yoga to the West

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • How a Russian-born woman became a leading voice for yoga in the West during a time when Indian men were considered the authorities on yoga
  • The peculiar India-Los Angeles connection in most modern yoga
  • What it meant to be a yoga teacher over 50 years ago
  • Why modern yoga is much “younger” than most people believe

 

Links & References from the Show:

www.MichelleGoldberg.net  

 

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Direct download: 154_-_Indra_Devi.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 3:24pm CEST

Environmental toxins, genetically modified food, chronic stress, and the rise in autoimmune conditions have all contributed to an explosion of thyroid problems. Dr. Will Cole joins Lucas on this week’s Yoga Talk Show to explore thyroid health, how you can get tested, treatment options, and the importance of your microbiome. 

Dr. William Cole D.C, graduated from Southern California University of Health Sciences in Los Angeles, California. He has his post doctorate education and training in Functional Medicine and Clinical Nutrition. Dr. Cole consults in the Pittsburgh area and phone or webcam consultations for people around the world. He specializes in clinically investigating  underlying factors and customizing health programs for chronic conditions such as thyroid issues, autoimmune, hormonal dysfunctions, digestive disorders, diabetes, heart disease and fibromyalgia.

Dr. Cole has been featured numerous times on Pittsburgh news affiliates WTAE-TV, KDKA-TV and WPGH-FOX. He is a health writer for international publications and lectures nationally.

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • Why there is a rise in thyroid problems
  • Warning signs to look out for, and how to get yourself tested 
  • To what extent it is possible to improve thyroid function with natural medicine
  • What you can start doing right away to start nursing your body back to health

 

Links & References from the Show:

www.drwillcole.com 

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Direct download: 153_-_Is_Your_Thyroid_Broken.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 10:49am CEST

People use the term "eat clean" in different ways, but what does a healthy diet entail? One of the biggest challenges many people face is reducing their sugar intake. Sugar in all its forms, not just the refined white crystals, is so difficult to avoid, so addictive, and so harmful to our health. In this week’s episode, Lucas Rockwood and Tosca Reno talk about how to identify “food” that is harmful for you, how to pull yourself off of sugar and beat the cravings.

Tosca is the New York Times best-selling author of Your Best Body Now and the Eat-Clean Diet® series, and The Start Here Diet, selling more than two million copies globally. Tosca is the pioneer of the Eat-Clean Movement and one of North America’s most renowned health and wellness experts leading the pack in the battle against obesity.

 

Tosca is also a popular guest on numerous national television, radio and web programs, including Dr. Oz, Good Morning America, The Doctors, Steven and Chris, The Early Show on CBS, and Fox and Friends. She appears regularly as a Lifechanger on the entertainment news program Extra.

 

Her Gemini award-winning reality show Tosca: Flexing at 49, is now featured on Canada’s Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

 

  • What it really means to “eat clean”

  • How you can quit sugar without the cravings

  • To what extent a fruit-only diet is healthy, especially if you have a sweet tooth

  • Which micro nutrients we should be sneaking into our diet

 

Links & References from the Show:

  • www.toscareno.com  

 

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:03pm CEST

Over-the-counter drugs like aspirin and ibuprofen are cheap, easy to obtain and provide instant pain relief - but they are more of a coverup than a cure. For these reasons, it’s no surprise that yoga students often look toward natural remedies first, and to help you with this area of study, Susun Weed joins this week’s Yoga Talk Show to share her wisdom about herbal medicine with a specific slant toward yoga students. 

Susun Weed began studying herbal medicine in 1965 and wrote her first book, Wise Woman Herbal for the Childbearing Year (now in its 29th printing) in 1985 followed by a series of books including: Healing Wise, New Menopausal Years the Wise Woman Way, Breast Cancer? Breast Health! The Wise Woman Way, and Down There: Sexual and Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way.

Susun Weed is a contributor to the Routledge International Encyclopedia of Women's Studies, peer-reviewed journals, and popular magazines, including a regular column in Sagewoman.

Susun appears on many television and radio shows, including National Public Radio and NBC News.

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • What types of herbs help with sore muscles, sore joints, and connective tissues
  • Which kind of teas and infusions are the most beneficial for you
  • Whether plants can help with nervous system health and nervous system training
  • Coffee and cannabis: friend or foe? 

 

Links & References from the Show:

www.WiseWomanMentor.com 

 

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Category:Health -- posted at: 10:31am CEST

Ayurveda, often referred to as traditional Indian medicine, offers us a truly holistic look at health and wellness. From understanding your own personal constitution to the food you eat and the energies impacting you continuously, Ayurveda is truly a perfect pairing for yoga-minded students.

My guest today is, Ananta Ripa Ajmera, founder of "Whole Yoga & Ayurveda" a health practice using Ayurveda Health Consultations, Private Yoga Classes, and workshop series to help clients transform.

Ananta is a certified yoga teacher, Ayurvedic Health Practitioner, and a graduate from NYU Stern Business School. You may have seen her writing on ElephantJournal, MindBodyGreen, CureJoy.com, Vivid Life, DoYouYoga.com, ABCNews.com, and LIVESTRONG.com.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • What is Ayurveda, and why is it of interest to yoga students
  • The elemental energies at play in our world, bodies and lives
  • Quick tips to getting started with Ayurvedic principles to your life
  • Tri-doshic or sattvic foods and activities
  • Strengths and drawbacks of practicing Ayurveda

Links & References from the Show:

Ananta’s site: www.wholeyoga-ayurveda.com 

Online dosha test: http://doshaquiz.chopra.com/

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_150.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 5:14pm CEST

Everyone from trainers to medical doctors is touting the benefits of lifting, not just for cosmetic reasons, but for metabolic health, hormonal health, bone density, and more. Nia Shanks joins to Lucas on the Yoga Talk Show to share her experiences with weightlifting, and the impact that continuous exercise can have on your overall well-being.

 

Nia Shanks is a coach, health and fitness writer, and founder of "Lift Like a Girl" website and popular podcast. She is busting the myth that women can’t develop strong bodies in a healthy way and she wants them to embrace who they are and become even stronger, more awesome versions of themselves.

 

Nia has a degree in Exercise Physiology and has written for and been featured in: Burn the Fat Blog, Tribe Sports, Breaking Muscle, Experience Life Magazine, EliteFTS, Muscle and Strength, Contributor to TNation, Beautifully Hardcore, BodyBuilding.com, and more.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • The benefits of weight training for women (and men)
  • Why injuries are so common in lifting and how to avoid them
  • Gettings started 101
  • 3 resistance training exercises to start now

 

Links & References from the Show:

www.LiftLikeaGirl.com

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_149.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 11:10am CEST

Poor sleep quality has reached critical mass, and the problem seems to be getting worse with our modern lifestyles. Whether it’s stress, anxiety or diet-related, millions are struggling each night. In an effort to improve your sleep, Dan Pardi shares his professional work experience and research into insomnia and narcolepsy, and the crucial role of sleep quality and good health. 

Dan is a health researcher, educator and facilitator. Early in his career, he served as a Division 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach where he designed year-round training protocols for 13 different athletic teams. More recently, Dan developed the Loop Model to Sustain Health Behaviors that help people live a healthy lifestyle in our modern world.

Dan  does research with the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Department at Stanford, and the Departments of Neurology and Endocrinology at Leiden University in the Netherlands.

Dan works with Naval Special Warfare to help elite fighters maintain vigilant performance in both combat and non-combat conditions. His current research looks at how sleep influences decision making.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • The underlying causes behind insomnia
  • How good sleep (or lack thereof) can impact your health
  • Quick remedies you can implement to improve the quality of your sleep
  • High tech solutions & sleep hacking - does it work? 

 

Links & References from the Show:

www.dansplan.com

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_148.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 11:57am CEST

Running and injuries go hand-in-hand, but it’s such a fundamental, functional movement practice - and so good for you - there must be a way to spend your “life on the run.” On this week’s Yoga Talk Show, Lucas interviews, Bart Yasso, about the benefits and physical challenges of a life spent running across the world (literally).

 

Yasso joined Runner's World in 1987 to develop the "Runner's World Race Sponsorship Program," creating a vehicle for Runner's World to work with over 7,000 races representing 4 million runners per year. Inducted into the Running USA Hall of Champions.

 

Yasso also invented the Yasso 800s, a marathon-training schedule used by thousands around the world. He is one of the few people to have completed races on all seven continents from the Antarctica marathon to the Mt. Kilimanjaro marathon.

 

In 1987, Yasso won the U.S. National Biathlon Long Course Championship and won the Smoky Mountain Marathon in 1998. He has also completed the Ironman five times and the Badwater 146 through Death Valley.

 

He has also cycled, unsupported and by himself, across the country twice.



In this Show, You'll learn:

  • βœ“The benefits and physical challenges of competitive running

  • βœ“ What its like to dedicate your life on the road racing

  • βœ“ Whether the minimal footwear and barefoot running movement makes sense

  • βœ“ What foods you should be eating when doing a ultra-running event

Links & References from the Show:

 

www.BartYasso.com

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_147.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:11pm CEST

Moringa is known as the “miracle tree” due to its many healing properties. With over 92 macro and mirco-nutrients, nearly every part of the tree can be used to heal and sustain life. This week, Lucas and Lisa Curtis discuss the power of moringa, and how the tree of life can help with malnutrition globally.  

 

Lisa Curtis is the founder of a Morgina-based nutrition company called, Kuli Kuli. She began working on Kuli Kuli while in the Peace Corps in West Africa. As a volunteer in her village’s health center, she gained a first-hand understanding of the common nutritional challenges faced in West African villages and how moringa can play a role in helping to address those challenges.

 

Prior to Kuli Kuli, Lisa served as the Communications Director at Mosaic, wrote political briefings for President Obama in the White House and worked at an impact investment firm in India.

 

You can learn more about her company at KuliKuliFoods.com

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • All about moringa, and other micro and macro nutrient dense plant foods

  • To what extent moringa can help with malnutrition, and other diseases

  • How much moringa you should be consuming

  • What is the future of food?

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.yogabody.com/yoga-talk-show/

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_146.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 3:50pm CEST

Pop health losing weight advise tells us to, "eat less and exercise more" - but research has shown this rarely works. This week, Lucas and Dr. Lori Shemek deep dive into the research around inflammation on our waistline, which anti-inflammatory exercises and foods are best for “cooling” off, and lesser-known tips for finding balance.

 

Dr. Shemek has been a featured health expert on numerous radio and televisions programs including: Ladies Home Journal, Shape Magazine, Woman's Day Magazine, Health Magazine, I-Village, Yahoo, Livestrong, CNN, Fox News, The Ricki Lake Show and many others. Lori also has a new book, How to Fight FATflammation, which is available now on Amazon.

 

While you're listening, you can check out her site at:  www.dlsHealthWorks.com

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • How inflammation can contribute or even cause weight gain

  • Why inflammation is a modern day pandemic  

  • Which forms of exercise are good and which are bad for inflammation

  • The superfoods that “cool” your inflamed body

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_145.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 10:37am CEST

The art of Feng shui was developed in China over 3,000 years ago, and it’s based on the notion that what's happening in our homes is essentially a reflection of what’s going on inside us. The idea is that if we succeed in achieving good Feng Shui in our living and working environments, this will invite happiness, health and fortune in our lives.

 

In this week’s episode, Lucas talks to Dana Claudat about the ancient art of Feng Shui. Dana Claudat is a Feng Shui and art expert that helps people create harmonious homes and lives using this ancient Eastern practice. Dana is the founder of, The Tao of Dana, a popular blog on Feng Shui, and a contributing writer and editor to a number of popular sites. The Tao of Dana was a Finalist in the 2014 Apartment Therapy Homie Awards for Best Home Design & Inspiration.

 

While you're listening, you can check out her site at:  www.fengshuidana.com

 

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • the basics behind the art of Feng Shui

  • how to improve the energy of your home

  • what you can do to improve the Feng Shui at work

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_144.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:49pm CEST

Fear is one of the most powerful motivators on the planet. Unfortunately, it usually motivates us to play small, hide in our own shell, and avoid the awkward and personally challenging situations needed for us to self actualize. But to face your fear, almost by definition, means to embrace rejection. And for most people, rejection is scary.  

 

This week, Lucas and guest Jia Jiang discuss the power of “rejection therapy”. Jia Jiang is an entrepreneur, blogger, speaker and writer. He's the founder of the online site Fearbuster.com that aims to beat fear one rejection at a time. He conducted a personal experiment where he asked for 100 different whacky things 100 days in a row just to completely break down the fear of reaction and welcome the world of possibilities—and that's why I have him on the show here today.

 

While you're listening, you can learn more about his work at Fearbuster.com

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • What is “rejection therapy” , and where the idea came from

  • How you can go about defeating your fear of rejection

  • Some exercise you can start practicing at home to improve your self-confidence

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_143.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:11pm CEST

The Yoga Talk Show had over 200,000 listeners in 2014, and we’ve had the pleasure of hosting a number of amazing experts. From best-selling authors and medical doctors to yoga misfits and mind-body researchers, The Yoga Talk Show continues to attract thought leaders around the world. In this special episode, we compiled “best of” soundbites to highlight interviews you may have missed. We hope you enjoy these little gems of knowledge.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • The challenges faced by our food system, agriculture and sustainability

  • The impact of stress and anxiety in our lives - and how to deal with it

  • The benefits of a healthy, raw food diet

  • Yoga, handstands, practice, meditation, teaching children, and more!

 

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.yogabody.com/yoga-talk-show/

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_Best_of.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 3:22pm CEST

We all know green juice is good for you, but you can take it much deeper and actually “reboot” your health and detoxify your body. This week, Lucas Rockwood talks with Joe Cross about juicing for health, and the powerful impact of an all-plant diet. Joe Cross is an Australian entrepreneur, author, filmmaker, and wellness advocate. You probably know him from his documentary Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead in which he tells the story of his own 60-day juice fast and road trip . He is the founder of Reboot with Joe, a health and lifestyle company, and he's just released a new book called, The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet: Lose Weight, Get Healthy and Feel Amazing that is a best-seller.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • The benefits of juicing for health

  • All about Joe’s 60-day juice cleansing story

  • What juices you should be drinking if you want to reboot

  • Blended drinks: juices vs. smoothies

 

Links & References from the Show:

http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_141.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 10:41am CEST

Back pain is pandemic, and it’s one of the top reasons people come to yoga class. In this week’s Yoga Talk Show episode, Lucas Rockwood and Esther Gokhale discuss how primal posture can help with chronic back pain. Esther Gokhale (Go-clay) has been involved in integrative therapies all her life. She studied biochemistry at Harvard and Princeton and, later, acupuncture at the San Francisco School of Oriental Medicine. After experiencing crippling back pain during her first pregnancy and unsuccessful back surgery, Gokhale began her lifelong crusade to vanquish back pain.

 

She is the founder and creator of, The Gokhale Method®, a unique, systematic approach to help people find their bodies’ way back to pain-free living.

 

Gokhale's book, 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back, has sold over 100,000 copies and has been translated into eight languages. In 2010, Gokhale hosted the nationally televised program Back Pain: The Primal Posture Solution (available on DVD).

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • how primal posture can help with back pain

  • the benefits of "tucking in your tailbone" and other exercises for the back

  • Esther’s thoughts on ergonomic chairs, body-forming mattresses and lumbar spine pillows

 

Links & References from the Show:

 

http://gokhalemethod.com

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_140.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 11:03am CEST

Do you have an irregular spinal curve? This week, Lucas Rockwood and Deborah Wolk talk about holistic healing and yoga. Deborah Wolk has been teaching students with scoliosis and other back conditions since 2000. She was the co-founder and co-director of the successful Yoga Union Center for Backcare and Scoliosis, and is founding member and manager of Samamkāya Yoga Back Care & Scoliosis Collective in New York City.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

 

  • To what extent yoga can help with back pain

  • Which poses are helpful or harmful if you suffer from scoliosis

  • How much yoga you should be committing to on a daily basis to see results

  • More about Deborah’s work and her success stories

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_139.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 10:56am CEST

 

Chocolate-covered ants and other novelty foods have been around for ages, but is anyone moving beyond the novelty foods and taking a deeper look at the real nutritional benefits of edible insects?

This week, Lucas Rockwood and Kevin Bachhuber discuss the topic of insects-as-food. Kevin has a Bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin Steven's Point, one of the nation's top schools for wildlife conservation and natural resources.

 

A lifelong urban farmer, Kevin founded Big Cricket Farms in response to growing water shortages, the rising costs of protein production, and a simple desire to eat bugs with friends. In 2006 his travels to Thailand, Kevin was able to sample a variety of edible bugs including crickets, and found them to be delicious! Upon returning to the USA, he also discovered that there were essentially no commercial sources of crickets for people to eat, so he decided to create one. In 2014, the time was ripe, and Big Cricket Farms was born.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • Why bugs might just be the future of food

  • The farming of bugs in real life (what it’s like)

  • Whether insects-as-food is truly sustainable

  • Living off bugs: is it actually possible?

 

Links & References from the Show

 

http://nutritionstudies.org/

www.BigCricketfarms.com

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_138.mp3
Category:Nutrition -- posted at: 5:44pm CEST

This week, Lucas Rockwood and Dr. Thomas Campbell discuss food, nutrition and the health of our planet. Dr. Campbell is the co-author of, The China Study, an extremely influential and highly-debated book on food, nutrition, and plant-based diets specifically.

He is an instructor of clinical family medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. A board certified family physician, he has a primary care practice in Rochester, NY.

 

In addition, Dr. Campbell is the executive director and an educator at the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies, a nonprofit organization in Ithaca, NY, which promotes optimal nutrition through science-based education, advocacy, and research in partnership with eCornell, Cornell University’s online course provider.



In this Show, You'll learn:

  • The benefits of plant-based nutrition, raw foods and living foods

  • The challenges of a wheat, soy, and starch-based approach to eating

  • The healing impact of a plant-based diet on the human body

  • The future of nutrition: how are we going to feed the world?

  • All about Dr. Campbell’s new book, The Campbell Plan”



Links & References from the Show

 

http://nutritionstudies.org/

http://www.thecampbellplan.com/

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_137.mp3
Category:Nutrition -- posted at: 10:45am CEST

If you hang out on social media, it’s easy to get caught up in the seeming importance of the outward appearance of yoga. It’s easy to develop ideals of what a yoga body should look like when in reality, you don’t need a skinny, perfectly-toned body to be a great yoga student - and as most yoga teachers will tell you, it’s irrelevant. Join Lucas Rockwood and Anat Geiger as they demystify the stereotypical notions of body image and yoga.

 

Anat Geiger teaches Taoistic principles of Yin and Yang in her classes. Anat has a background in dance, performance, and theater. She is certified at the 500hr level and has studied with Teresa Caldas, Dona Holleman, Paul and Suzee Grilley. She lives in Amsterdam and her "home studio" is called, YogaGarden.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • That yoga is open to all, regardless of body shape

  • Anat’s view on the topic of yoga for yoga people vs yoga for everyone

  • More about the trend of “Big-bodied” yoga classes

  • Mainstream yoga: the good and the bad

 

Links & References from the Show

www.Anat.nl

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_136.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 11:28am CEST

When you feel stiffness, pain, and aches in your body, it can often be caused by connective tissue dehydration, a little-known, extremely-common condition that’s no good for yoga students. Join Lucas Rockwood and Sue Hitzmann as they deep dive into connective tissue hydration, corrective exercise, training “safe” rather than hard, and to heal your body.

 

Sue Hitzmann in the New York Times best-selling author of the MELT METHOD, a book that teaches her signature self-treatment technique for rehydrating your connective tissues, overcoming pain and injuries, and preventing future problems.

 

Sue is a nationally-recognized somatic-movement educator and manual therapist. She has decades of experience in practice, research, and study of anatomical science and alternative therapies all of which have gone into the creation of the MELT Method® (MELT).

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • Why tissue hydration is so important for yoga

  • Foam Rolling 101: what it’s all about

  • Chronic pain: causes and treatment ideas

  • Food, exercise, flexibility and stress

  • The “Melt Method” and its benefits

 

Links & References from the Show

http://www.MeltMethod.com

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_135.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 11:08am CEST

Want to learn more about functional anatomy, yoga, movement, and how all this impacts your range of motion and flexibility? Join Lucas Rockwood & Dr. Andreo Spina as they dive deep into soft tissue work, stretching vs flexibility, the nervous system, and much more.


Dr. Spina holds a Bachelor of Kinesiology from McMaster University. He later graduated with summa cum laude and clinic honors from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College as a Doctor of Chiropractic and completed a two-year post-graduate fellowship in sports sciences.

 

In addition to being both the creator and head instructor of Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems (F.A.P.™), Functional Range Release (F.R.®) Techniques, and Functional Range Conditioning (FRC)™, Dr. Spina has also authored chapters in various sports medicine textbooks, is a published researcher, and internationally renowned speaker on the topics of manual therapy, soft tissue assessment and treatment, mobility/flexibility training, and physical conditioning.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • How we can maximize the efficiency of our anatomy so that we can improve movement and maintain health.

  • All about functional range release and functional range conditioning, and why they are relevant for yoga students and athletes

  • Why our actual soft tissue length and elasticity play such an important role when it comes to range of motion

 

Links & References from the Show

http://www.functionalanatomyseminars.com

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_134.mp3
Category:yoga -- posted at: 10:47am CEST

Ready to find out the scary truth about the food industry? In today’s episode, Vani Hari (aka "The Food Babe") talks about why it’s so important that we investigate what we eat. Vani is a food journalist and author taking on big food companies—and winning. To date, she has helped change foods produced by Kraft, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Chick-fil-A, Starbucks, and Subway. She has made appearances on CNN, ABC News and the Dr. Oz show, and her success stories have been covered by important papers such as the Washington Post, The New York Times and USA Today. Vani’s blog and her investigations have garnished international attention, and most importantly, helped lead to real change.

 

Tune in and find out more about why you should stay away from processed foods and what it is that you can do to help pave the way for positive change in the food industry.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • All about the investigations Vani Hari has carried out and her success stories

  • The scary truth about additives and chemicals that are found in our food

  • Why a world without processed foods in unlikely due to present socio-economical issues

  • How you can hold big food manufacturers accountable, and help pave the way for change

 

Links & References from the Show

www.FoodBabe.com

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_133.mp3
Category:Nutrition -- posted at: 1:19pm CEST

Do you struggle to find significance in you life? Meaning in your work? Purpose in your day-to-day routines? Living a life of purpose is something I think we all strive for, but it’s easier said than done.

Listen in on this week’s Yoga Talk Show to learn more about the impact of food on our health from Ocean Robbins, the CEO of Food Revolution Network. Ocean is a an adjunct professor of Peace Studies at Chapman University, a blogger, a speaker, and a facilitator.

 

Ocean's grandfather founded, Baskin-Robbins (31 flavors) ice cream company, and his father is John Robbins, author of Diet for a New America which has inspired millions of people to live and eat in a more compassionate and sustainable way.

 

In this Show, You'll learn:

  • What is “Food 2.0” and why it’s killing us

  • All about the severity of today’s “toxic food culture”

  • Why ethics are interwoven with the food choices we make

  • How opting for a healthier lifestyle can impact our lives and planet for the better

 

Links & References from the Show

www.OceanRobbins.com

www.FoodRevolution.org

 

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Direct download: SHOW_FINAL_132.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 6:01pm CEST

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