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Exploring Sports Psychology: Jim Skelton

About this Episode: Joe speaks with Jim about what it means to be a sports psychologist and his experience training under one of the most well-respected sports psychologists of our time. About Jim: Jim is a sports psychologist who has worked in Major League Baseball (MLB), most notably with the [...]

By | November 13th, 2018|

How to Maximize Your Yoga Experience with Studio and Online Yoga

I’ve been doing yoga in studios and online consistently for over a decade… ...and I love both. I started out doing yoga in my childhood home when I was 19. I’m not sure what made me try that yoga class through my cable company’s on-demand listings, [...]

By | November 9th, 2018|

Being Comfortable with Discomfort and Comfort: Sage Rountree

About this Episode: Joe speaks with Sage about being comfortable with comfort and how to align a yoga practice with sport-specific training. About Sage Sage Rountree (, PhD, E-RYT 500, is an internationally recognized authority in yoga for athletes. Author of several books including The Athlete’s Guide to Yoga, [...]

By | November 6th, 2018|

Stop Doing These 3 Things in Yoga Class

Living in an athletic body makes life better. Now, “athletic body” can mean a lot of things. It can refer to how a body looks and conjure images of olympian six-packs. But I’m solely referring to a body’s ability to respond when it’s needed (aka all [...]

By | November 2nd, 2018|

Reimagining Yoga for Athletes: Lora Ksieniewicz

About this Episode:Joe speaks with Lora about her approach to teaching yoga to athletes and how to return to our natural state of being.About LoraLora Ksieniewicz has been teaching yoga since 2006, and has studied meditation and asana practice for more than two decades.She has developed a specific sequence of [...]

By | October 30th, 2018|

Hard Yoga Poses Made Easy — Wheel Pose

Wheel is Scary, Until You Know What You’re Doing Wheel is one of those yoga poses that freaks people out at first, and I totally get it: Upside down Deep “backbend” (I’ll explain the quotes later) Can’t see hands Not easy to breathe Sounds pretty scary [...]

By | October 25th, 2018|
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