Top 5 Yoga Talk Show Episodes

If you’re passionate about yoga, health, nutrition, and fitness, then you’ve come to the right place! Tune in every Thursday to listen to a brand new episode of the Yoga Talk Show; and in the meantime, you can always check out our library where you can access for free over 150 recorded interviews.

Below you can listen to our five most popular episodes of all time!


5. Bio-Hacking w/Dave Asprey


Nutritionist Dave Asprey talks about how to boost cognitive function.

In this Show, You’ll learn:

  • The importance of fats
  • How to boost cognitive function
  • Why mind is as important as body
  • Do tight pants increase flexibility
  • About getting into the side splits

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4. Handstands & Flexibility Tips from an Acrobat


Lucas Rockwood and guest speaker Andralyn Zayn, acrobat and competitive gymnast , talk about acrobatics, inversions, hand-balancing and flexibility.

In this Show, You’ll learn:

  • Flexibility “training” vs. stretching (they’re not the same!)
  • Basic hand, shoulder positioning for yoga vs gymnastics
  • Use of the wall, props, and strength training
  • Passive, dynamic, PNF & balistic stretching – who wins?

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3. How Important Is Core Strength in Yoga?


Highly-experienced yoga teacher Jenni Rawlings reveals her secrets to strengthening your core through yoga and other complementary exercises.

In this Show, You’ll learn:

  • Whether or not you should aim to have your mula bandha engaged for your entire practice.
  • How to better instruct yoga students to engage their core.
  • What exercises can be complementary to a yoga practice.

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2. Is Technology to Blame for Your Back Pain?


Eric Goodman, chiropractor and creator of Foundation Training, addresses poor posture and back pain. He talks about how we can facilitate the body’s natural healing ability, and improve degenerative movement patterns.

In this Show, You’ll learn:

  • The good, the bad and the complicated of being a chiropractor.
  • What does all this “slipped disk”, “bulging disk”, and “herniated disk” really mean?
  • If back pain is rooted in emotions or psychology.

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1. How to Hydrate Your Connective Tissues


Lucas Rockwood and Sue Hitzmann discuss connective tissue hydration, corrective exercise, training “safe” rather than hard, and to heal your body.

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

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