This podcast is an intersection of my yoga teaching and my training in the Feldenkrais method. Today's bonus podcast is an interview with Pamela Seelig.
Pamela recently published her first book, Threads of Yoga. In this interview we discuss the spiritual aspect of yoga, what it is like to start out as a yoga teacher, responsibilities of a yoga teacher and student, how yoga can be a doorway to a meditation practice, and generally how one can use the body to be of service for regenerating a connection to the spirit. I think this interview is interesting for both yoga teachers and students alike. Something I have never done on this podcast is to talk a bit more about my own experiences as a teacher, and my training and philosophy around teaching yoga, so you will get a little window into that as well. Pamela was a pleasure to speak with and I hope you enjoy this interview.
You can find more subtle body Feldenkrais audio classes on my website Body Matter, as well as registration for live online classes, self-paced courses and the Body Matter library membership.
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Sarah has been creating podcast classes since 2007. Each podcast is an originally crafted class taught by Sarah Baumert. Sarah's teaching is alignment based, unhurried, and rich with somatic inquiries. The cueing is effective, easy to follow, and uses visualizations of postures to allow for unexpected growth and depth. You will find live unplugge
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