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Show #58 Yoga Radio: Jan 10, 2017 – Epiphany

 

We’ll be discussing the word epiphany.

According to Meriam-Webster:

Definition of epiphany

a: (1) :  a usually sudden manifestation or perception of the essential nature or meaning of something  (2) :  an intuitive grasp of reality through something (as an event) usually simple and striking  (3) :  an illuminating discovery, realization, or disclosure

b :  a revealing scene or moment

How might this relate to our yoga practice?

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Show #52 Yoga Radio: May 6, 2015 – Yoga Sutras with Abhi Ghosh

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sutras-240 This is our fifth installment of our discussions with Abhi Ghosh. Is yoga a religion? Abhi answers this question, and others, as he illuminates hidden areas of the studies.

 

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parsvaikapada-sirsasana-iyengar240 Pose of the week:

Parsvaikapada Sirsasana

 

Side One-Legged Headstand

 

Show #51 Yoga Radio: April 28, 2015 – Yoga background with Abhi Ghosh

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sutras-240 While testing out our radio equipment for our 3-way skype connection, we had a short, impromptu Question and Answer session.You will find out many things you did not know, or thought you know.

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parsvaikapada-sirsasana-iyengar240 Pose of the week: 

Parsvaikapada Sirsasana

 

Side One-Legged Headstand

 

 

Show #50 Yoga Radio: April 22, 2015 – Earth Day and Yoga

Hey! It’s earth day.  Wondering what that has to do with yoga?

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parsvaikapada-sirsasana-iyengar240 Pose of the week:

 

Parsvaikapada Sirsasana

 

Side One-Legged Headstand

 

 

Show #49 Yoga Radio: April 1, 2015 – Yoga April Fools Day Show

april1-240 The snow has melted, trees are budding, and we’re in April. April 1, otherwise known as April Fools day.Did you have a prank played on you today? The thought of reading 29,250 emails makes me want to think this is a joke… is it?Listen and find out!

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Pose of the week:Eka Pada SirsasanaFoot Behind the Head Pose

 

Show #48 Yoga Radio: March 18, 2015 – Yoga Sutras with Dr. Abhi Ghosh, Session #3

 

sutras-240 Tonight’s special guest will again be Abhi Ghosh, a scholar of the Sutras. We will begin our discussion of the Sutras. A sutra (Sanskrit: सूत्र, Pāli: sutta, Ardhamagadhi: sūya) is an aphorism or a collection of aphorisms in the form of a manual or, more broadly, a text in Hinduism or Buddhism. Literally it means a thread or line that holds things together and is derived from the verbal root siv-, meaning to sew.[1] The word “sutra” was very likely meant to apply quite literally to these texts, as they were written down in books of palm leaves sewn together with thread. This distinguishes them from the older sacred Vedas, which until recently were only memorised, never committed to paper.Please listen, and feel free to send an email to dan@yogastudents.org if you have a question you would like to pose to Dr. Ghosh.

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Show #47 Yoga Radio: March 11, 2015 – Yoga Sutras with Dr. Abhi Ghosh

 

sutras-240 Tonight’s special guest will again be Abhi Ghosh, a scholar of the Sutras. We will begin our discussion of the Sutras. A sutra (Sanskrit: सूत्र, Pāli: sutta, Ardhamagadhi: sūya) is an aphorism or a collection of aphorisms in the form of a manual or, more broadly, a text in Hinduism or Buddhism. Literally it means a thread or line that holds things together and is derived from the verbal root siv-, meaning to sew.[1] The word “sutra” was very likely meant to apply quite literally to these texts, as they were written down in books of palm leaves sewn together with thread. This distinguishes them from the older sacred Vedas, which until recently were only memorised, never committed to paper.Please listen, and feel free to send an email to dan@yogastudents.org if you have a question you would like to pose to Dr. Ghosh.

Email: dan@yogastudents.org

Twitter: @yogastudents

Facebook.com/yogastudents