Hitting Pause: Joe Pace

About this Episode:

A very brief episode announcing the end of season 1 of the Clutch Podcast.

Season 2 will be coming soon with a fresh new look: potent and interesting conversations that you can enjoy in 10-15 minute packages.

I would greatly appreciate if you could rate and review the podcast to support me and the show.

Thank you and I look forward to sharing Season 2 with you all!

– Joe

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed for athletes and movers.

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Questions:

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Working for Peace: Mado Hesselink

About this Episode:

Joe and Mado Hesselink (Creator of teachingyoga.net and host of the Yoga Teacher Resource podcast) explore the following topics:

:: Discovering how yoga isn’t just about flexibility

:: How effort and work can lead to peace and tranquility

:: Understanding how yoga can permeate into our day-to-day lives

About Mado:

After discovering Martial Arts in college, Mado found her way to yoga in order to balance her body from the intensity of martial arts training. Once she became a mother, she devoted herself fully to yoga and started teaching in 2005.

After teaching full time for several years, Mado learned the importance of cross training and began to incorporate other types of movement into her life, specifically hiking, crossfit and aerial arts. She also loves to have mid day toddler dance parties in her living room with her youngest child and friends.

Mado’s passion is training and mentoring other yoga teachers, which she does by hosting/producing the Yoga Teacher Resource Podcast and through private and group coaching programs. Find out more about the podcast and how to work with her at http://www.teachingyoga.net

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed for athletes and movers.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

How to Walk: Jonathan FitzGordon

About this Episode:

Joe and Jonathan FitzGordon (Creator of CoreWalking) explore the following topics:

:: What is proper walking alignment and technique?

:: What are common misalignments and mistakes in walking?

:: How can improper walking technique lead to injury?

:: Why is it important to walk correctly?

About Jonathan:

The CoreWalking Program was born out of Jonathan FitzGordon‘s personal and professional experience with changing the body’s habitual movement patterns through self-awareness and repetition.

The program’s philosophy rests on the rock solid belief in our ability to change and evolve as we age. Jonathan learned this first hand. After stubbornly suffering through three knee surgeries and repeatedly re-injuring himself, Jonathan decided to step back a take a good look at how the body works. Injury free these many years later, the walking program aims to help people age gracefully and live pain free lives.

Jonathan has been practicing yoga since 1995 and has been teaching since 2000, having studied with some of the yoga community’s leading teachers. He owned and operated the Yoga Center of Brooklyn from 2001-2009 and created the CoreWalking Program in 2005 because walking is something we all do and walking correctly is an amazing way to bring positive change to our aging bodies.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed for athletes and movers.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

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What is movement?: Josh Halbert

About this Episode:

Joe and Josh Halbert (Functional Range Systems & Kinstretch Master instructor) explore the following topics:

:: What does it mean to teach “movement”?

:: How should we move based on human evolution?

:: What is “kinstretch” and how is it unique?

:: How do we sift through information (and misinformation) in the world of fitness, health, and wellness?

About Josh:

Josh works on expanding his movement practice through gymnastic strength training, mobility and outdoor adventures. Josh looks at human health as a complex and dynamic system. This system is comprised of different interdependent parts including lifestyle, nutrition, sleep, physical training, mindset, and recovery. Proper management of these parts facilitates one to achieve their full human potential. He continues to grow his knowledge as a coach in all these subjects so that he can better serve the people he trains.

He is a Functional Range Systems (FRS) Master Instructor, Kinstretch Master instructor and he travels around the world to teach and certify people in the FRS specialty certifications.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed for athletes and movers.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

What is Anusara Yoga?: Keric Morinaga

About this Episode:

Joe and Keric explore the topic of Anusara Yoga, what it means, and his passion for reviving the style.

Visit https://icewateryoga.com/classes/ and use the filter to see all of Keric’s classes on Icewater Yoga.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Choosing the Company You Keep: Yancy Schwartz

About this Episode:

Joe and Yancy discuss Yancy’s path to discovering yoga multiple times through skateboarding, relationships, travel, and dedication. Yancy shares insight on how to live a clear, focused, and compassionate life.

Visit https://icewateryoga.com/classes/ and use the filter to see all of Yancy’s classes on Icewater Yoga.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Soccer, Football, Acting, Yoga: Will Staten

About this Episode:

Joe and Will discuss Will’s path to becoming a yoga teacher from growing up in San Antonio as a football and soccer player, moving to L.A. to pursue a career in acting, and rehabbing himself back from a soccer injury through yoga.

About Will:

Visit https://icewateryoga.com/classes/ and use the filter to see all of Will’s classes on Icewater Yoga.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Yoga Anatomy and Philosophy: Paul Grilley

About this Episode:

Joe and Paul discuss concepts in anatomy and philosophy as they relate to yoga. Paul details his thoughts on “the rebound”, which is a key concept in his teaching of physical yoga. As the conversation deepens, Paul explores deeper concepts of yoga philosophy and shares his own personal beliefs.

About Paul:

In the spring of 1979 Paul Grilley was inspired to study yoga after reading Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda. After two years’ study of anatomy with Dr. Garry Parker, he relocated from his home in Columbia Falls, Montana, to Los Angeles to continue his studies at UCLA. While in L.A., Paul furthered his study of yoga and began to teach.

Paul’s personal yoga practice took him into Ashtanga, where he experienced the joys (and consequent dangers) of doing too many drop backs into urdhva dhanurasana (the Wheel). He also ran a Bikram’s studio and studied that form of practice. One day, Paul stumbled across a locally televised martial arts interview that featured Paulie Zink. While Paulie’s martial arts demonstration was impressive, what really caught Paul’s attention was his flexibility. Paul contacted Paulie through the TV station. Paulie invited him to attend an ongoing class. It was Paulie who introduced Paul to the basics of Doaist Yoga.

While Paulie Zink whetted Paul’s appetite to learn more about Daoism, his understanding deepened when, in 1990, Paul met Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama. Through Dr. Motoyama’s teachings Paul began to see the connection between the asana practices he had been doing and Dr. Motoyama’s theory of the meridians. Paul went to Japan to learn more about the way our body’s physical and energetic structures are connected through the chakra system.

Paul combined the knowledge he had been given on anatomy, Daoist Yoga, and the meridian theory into the core of his Yin Yoga teachings. His teachings resonated with many people who recognized the benefits of the practice and related to the model of the body/mind/soul Paul offered. One student, who found this practice compelling and highly beneficial to her meditation practice, was Sarah Powers.

From 1998 to 2000 Paul took a sabbatical and relocated to Santa Fe where he earned a master’s degree from St. John’s College in the study of the Great Books of the Western World. In 2005 he received an honorary PhD from the California Institute of Human Science, founded by Dr. Motoyama. He currently teaches yoga and anatomy worldwide with his wife Suzee.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

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Questions:

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The Wisdom of Yin Yoga: Bernie Clark

About this Episode:

Joe and Bernie discuss the many benefits of Yin Yoga from Eastern and Western perspectives.

About Bernie:

Bernie Clark, author of the best selling The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga, has had a passion for science, health, sports and spirituality since childhood. He has a degree in science from the University of Waterloo and spent over 25 years as a senior executive in the high-tech/space industry. Bernie has been investigating the path of meditation for over 4 decades and began teaching yoga and meditation in 1998

He conducts yoga teacher trainings several times a year and aims to build bridges between the experiences of yoga and the understandings of modern science. Other books written by Bernie include From the Gita to the Grail: Exploring Yoga Stories & Western Myths; YinSights; and the recent Your Spine, Your Yoga which is book two of the Your Body, Your Yoga trilogy. He is also the creator of the YinYoga.com website. Bernie offers courses online as well as in person in Vancouver, Canada.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Basketball and Yoga: Kent Katich

About this Episode:

Joe and Kent discuss Kent’s path from growing up in Iowa, leaving a basketball scholarship, becoming a Georgio Armani model touring the world, to discovering yoga while playing professional basketball throughout Europe, to starting a business teaching yoga to NBA players and professional athletes.

About Kent:

For almost two decades, LA-based yoga teacher Kent Katich has been instrumental in the implementation of yoga training into athletic programs throughout the country.

Working with numerous top athletes throughout his career, Katich’s list of all-stars include NBA All Pros Kevin Love, Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and future Hall of Famer Dirk Nowitzki along with MLB super star Giancarlo Stanton, and the men’s national German Olympic Basketball team.

Katich has been a feature on ESPN and Inside the NBA, as well as in Men’s Journal, People, and Sports & Fitness magazines and has been part of the extended staff of the LA Clippers for the past ten years.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Running On Yoga: Ryan Miller

About this Episode:

Joe and Ryan discuss running shoe design, running, rising up to life’s challenges, and using yoga philosophy and technique to improve various aspects of our lives.

About Ryan:

Ryan Miller is a running coach and Kripalu Yoga teacher. He was a provisional national qualifier in the 10K and a five-time all–New England award-winner in college. A founding member of the Sisu Project running club, a post-collegiate club focused on health and wellness, Ryan brings a unique and refreshing training philosophy that allows runners to feel inspired and excited about every run.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

The Honest Startup: Jake Wood

About this Episode:

Joe and Jake talk about choices in entrepreneurship, staying honest with yourself in the process of figuring it all out, and where yoga fits into it all.

Here’s a link to the product of Icewater Yoga’s partnership with Jake’s company, ‘So We Flow…’ a series of 8, free yoga classes taught while our teacher wore their gear: https://www.soweflow.com/blogs/journal/tagged/video

About Jake:

Jake is the Founder of’So We Flow…’ (https://www.soweflow.com/), a company focused on men’s yoga and movement clothing.

Here’s a bit more about Jake, in his own words…

I originally discovered yoga when living in Morocco and co-owning a small internet-based branding and design agency. It came in the form of a skill exchange – daily yoga tuition for a new identity. I remember lying in Savasana at the end of my first practice realising I’d found something I wanted to pursue for a lifetime. I’d always been aware of yoga and superficially liked the idea – I just didn’t know how to approach it. For me, movement had been very much about exercise. And although at the time I’d have considered myself broad-minded and up-for-it, little did I know how yoga would take me to psychological and physical places surpassing anything I’d previously experienced.

Fast forward several years and yoga is a cornerstone of my life. Nothing else has offered me such profound mental, spiritual and physical growth and support. And that’s why I started so we flow… as a way to inspire more men to get involved – move and open their eyes to what can be unravelled and achieved through a dedicated practice – be it yoga or something else.

It’s still early days but I’m humbled by how the brand and products are evolving and flourishing in a busy world. Whatever happens we’ll stay true to our roots – creating understated, versatile and functional clothing that never compromises on quality and always considers the bigger picture, the people it helps turn on to yoga and those that make it all possible.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Learn more about us: https://icewateryoga.com/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

The Science Behind Warming Up: Dr. Pablo Costa

About this Episode:

Joe and Pablo talk about the science behind warming up, breaking down different warm-up techniques and verifying myths.

About Pablo:

Dr. Costa has a Doctorate in Exercise Physiology from the University of Oklahoma under the mentorship of Dr. Joel Cramer. Dr. Costa has authored and co-authored more than 150 research publications, book chapters, conference presentations, and abstracts. In addition, he is a Senior Editor for the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (JSCR), is member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Research Committee, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and serves as a reviewer for over 35 journals.

Interest Areas:
Dr. Costa’s primary research interests involve the non-invasive assessment of neuromuscular function and the physiological effects of exercise on health, fitness, and performance using surface electromyography (EMG), transcutaneous nerve stimulation (evoked twitches), and other methods to non-invasively examine neuromuscular performance. Areas of research he has been involved with include resistance training, sports nutrition, balance, body composition, injury risk, flexibility, acceleration, and rate of force development.

Current projects:

Dr. Costa’s current research projects include:

— The effects of high intensity interval training on exercise and post-exercise caloric expenditure
— The effects of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation on peak torque, muscle imbalance, and injury risk
— The effects of short-term resistance training on contralateral strength gains and muscle mass
— The effects of stretching on performance, injury risk, and postural stability

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

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Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Wellness and Determination: Andrew Sealy

About this Episode:

Joe and Andrew talk yoga, health, and wellness, and Andrew shares a personal story of how he worked through a series of challenges to launch his podcast.

About Andrew:

Andrew Sealy is a connection catalyst, a Yoga artist, and a movement creator.

His days are spent traveling to find adventure, practicing to cultivate growth, and constantly absorbing wisdom to creating new experiences that he shares with love to his friends around the world.

He finds joy in interviewing Yogis from all walks of life to share their inspiring stories on the Yoga Revealed Podcast.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Doctor/Strength Coach: Dr. Andy Galpin

About this Episode:

Joe and Andy discuss the physical aspects of yoga and different approached to physical training as well as balancing immediate and delayed gratification.

About Andy:

Dr. Galpin has been an Assistant Professor at California State University, Fullerton, since 2011, but spent the first 18 years of his life in rural southwest (Rochester) Washington. He was fortunate enough to win a Division III National Championship in Football while earning his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science at Linfield College (2005).

Dr. Galpin spent time as a strength and conditioning/performance coach for a variety of clients that included numerous high profile professional athletes (MMA, BJJ, MLB, NFL, NHL, PGA, Special Forces, etc.) as well as various clinical populations (diabetics, permanently disabled, stroke victims, obese, etc.). He received his Master’s degree in Human Movement Sciences from The University of Memphis (2008) and his Ph.D. in Human Bioenergetics from Ball State University (2011).

Dr. Galpin is an active member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, American College of Sports Medicine, and American Physiological Society and still actively coaches/competes in Weightlifting (Olympic-style)and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Interest Area:

Dr. Galpin’s research interests include the acute responses and chronic adaptations to human skeletal muscle (both at the whole muscle and single cell level) following high intensity/velocity/power exercise. Dr. Galpin utilizes skeletal muscle biopsies to assess muscle fiber type, substrate concentrations, and cellular signaling protein activity.

Current projects:

Dr. Galpin’s current research projects include 1) advanced methods of individual human skeletal muscle fiber typing, 2) describing the impact of non-traditional modes of anaerobic exercise, and 3) characterizing impact forces of professional mixed martial arts/kickboxing/boxing strikes.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Yoga for Athletes Entrepreneur: Lizzy Chiappy

About this Episode:

Joe and Lizzy discuss the path to starting a yoga franchise and studio, the world of “intense” ballet, and Lizzy’s experience dealing with major change and turning that struggle into success.

Lizzy is an impressive businessperson and representative of yoga for athletes. You can learn more about her primary business Yogalete using the following link: http://www.yogaletetraining.com/

About Lizzy:

Lizzy Chiappy is a dedicated professional health and fitness leader who is passionate about integrating the benefits of yoga into athletes’ lives.

As the founder of Yogalete, Lizzy has incorporated years of experience, multiple fitness certifications, and research studies with the University of Miami to create an active recovery yoga program specifically geared towards athletes.

Lizzy has taken her skills to the classroom, teaching about the effects of yoga as an adjunct professor at the University of Miami. She has facilitated over 700 athletes ranging from youth and collegiate to amateur and professional sports.

As a lululemon athletica ambassador and a STOP sports injuries affiliate, Lizzy strives to deliver effective programming and training to athletes, athletic staff, and yoga teachers.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Learn more about us: https://www.icewateryoga.com/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

The Holistic Approach to Coaching: Josh Warren

About this Episode:

Joe and Josh discuss his unique approach to coaching tennis and dig into concepts such as neuromuscular balancing, ashram life, and biomechanics.

About Josh:

Josh Warren, MS, LMT, founder and developer of Integrated Tennis, a unique integration of sport psychology, yoga, and muscle balancing concepts. He holds a Masters Degree in Exercise Science concentrating in Sport Psychology from Ithaca College.

As Head Women’s Tennis Coach, Josh started Husson University’s first tennis team in 2015 in Bangor, ME. They rapidly advanced by winning their conference and making it to the NCAA Tournament in just four years while the team maintained above a 3.5 GPA.

Josh also assists Yoga Teacher Trainings and Positional Therapy Teacher Trainings at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in the Berkshire Mountains, Stockbridge, MA.

Learn more about Josh at http://www.integratedtennis.com/

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Considering the Past and Future: Kevin Boyle

About this Episode:

Joe and Kevin discuss Kevin’s fond memories in the party and rave culture before being laid off from his corporate job and having his “hand forced” to pursue the career he always wanted: teaching yoga.

About Kevin (in his words):

By age 25, I was overweight, anxious and a little bit lost in life.

I was the least athletic boy in school, partied heavily (and happily!) in my 20’s and lived for the weekends.

One evening, my Dad sat me down for a family intervention and I knew something had to change. Luckily for me, it was at this time that a good friend encouraged me to train for a triathlon (which I thought was some sort of chocolate bar) and that began my journey into health, fitness and wellbeing.

In the last 10 years, I’ve left the corporate world, trained as a yoga teacher and I’ve been flat out teaching since; in YogaHub, Elbowroom, Samadhi, at WellFest and in India!

I’ve studied with Bryce Yoga & Josh Summers and am now accredited with 600 hours of professional development under Yoga Alliance.

Most recently I’ve become involved in training teachers and teaching online.

In my classes, I love to share my experience of yoga in a way that is accessible and fun for everyone.

Learn more about Kevin at https://kevinboyleyoga.ie/ and on his podcast “The Yoga Life”.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Breathing Tradition Meets Science: Robin Rothenberg

About this Episode:

Joe and Robin discuss yoga breathing techniques and how modern science has uncovered the truth about breathing practices described in ancient yoga texts.

About Robin:

Robin Rothenberg has trained yoga teachers since 1999. Certified in both Viniyoga and Iyengar yoga (through 1992), with additional training as a Spiritual Director and Buteyko Breathing Educator, Robin brings a unique weave of traditions into her practice. Since 2014, the EYT Therapist Training has been an IAYT Accredited Yoga Therapist Training Program, with Robin as Program Director.

For the past three years, Robin has immersed herself in a personal study of the breath, of the ancient teachings on pranayama, and the science of respiratory physiology. The result of this inquiry has her calling for a “Breath Revolution” in the yoga community. Her new book, to be released in the Spring, ‘Restoring Prana: A Guide to Pranayama and Healing Through the Breath’, suggests a serious re-evulation of the ‘big breathing’ habit, and a scientifically supported return to the roots of yoga which teach us to retain prana, by minimizing breath while increasing breath suspensions.

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.

Biomechanics Meets Yoga: Jules Mitchell

About this Episode:

Joe and Jules discuss how to think about yoga and its applications from a (non-technical!) biomechanical perspective.

About Jules:

Jules Mitchell MS, CMT, ERYT500 is a Las Vegas based yoga teacher, educator and massage therapist. Her unique approach incorporates her extensive study in biomechanics with the modern application of yoga asana to help teachers develop their craft and empower them with education.

Jules’s methods intend to achieve ease in movement through deliberate loading, thus her teachings integrate numerous modalities, balancing the somatic aspects of yoga with the most current exercise science. She leads workshops and continuing education courses worldwide, providing yoga schools with the most current research in biomechanics.

Jules is currently writing her book, Yoga Biomechanics: Redefining Stretching, which is expected to become available in 2019 through Handspring Publishing.  She is also adjunct faculty at Arizona State University where she serves as the yoga consultant on various research studies.

You can learn more about Jules and her work at http://www.julesmitchell.com/

About Icewater Yoga:

Icewater Yoga is an online yoga platform offering hundreds of classes designed specifically for athletes.

Start your two-week free trial: https://icewateryoga.com/product/monthly-subscription/

Questions:

Email us at info@icewateryoga.com to ask any questions you have about the podcast or anything else.