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Podcast Ep 51: Cultivate Enthusiasm in a Playful Creative Yoga Sequence

I gush a bunch about Kim Kran’s The Wild Unknown Animal Spirit deck but I really love her work. This episode’s inspiration was Hummingbird, whose energy is positivity, enthusiasm, and how to find nourishment in nature, spirituality, and creativity. The best way I know to cultivate those qualities is with a playful yoga practice. A yoga block or a thick book might be handy. Approach this practice like a beginner and have fun with the sequence.

I have one remaining 2020 mentorship for a yoga teacher or energy worker who is an emerging transformational leader and ready to get clear, get real, and change the world. If it might be for you, let’s chat. Book a Break Open call now.

If you would like to chat about this episode or learn more about yoga, Shamanic Reiki, wildlife conservation, or other ways we can bring healing to all of the beings on our beautiful planet Earth, join us in the Shamanic Flow Circle group on Facebook and sign up for the newsletter. Please consider becoming a Patreon sponsor and help me purchase needed equipment and supplies for Dancing Turtle Rescue and Rehab, my wild turtle rehabilitation clinic.

Much gratitude to Blair Sutherland for the beautiful intro and background music.

While the yoga and other practices presented are intended to be accessible to most, please be open to practicing in an appropriate and safe way for you. It is recommended that you consult your physician before beginning any new exercise program and that at any time during a practice you feel nausea, dizziness, or pain you stop and seek medical advice. I accept no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from the use of my podcasts and, while I make all reasonable efforts to share accurate instruction, the podcast may contain unintended errors. Before all else, listen to your body and trust your inner knowing.

Podcast Ep 49: Working With Ego Fear in Yin Dragon

Raccoon from The Wild Unknown Animal Spirit deck by Kim Krans challenged you to ask, “Am I ready to grow into something more?” You ARE ready – that’s why you are here – and you are invited to join me for 5 Solid Steps to Get Real and Change the World on Thursday, December 12th at 8:00pmEST. Grab your complementary pass here. Then unroll your mat, grab a bolster, block, or folded blanket, and move into Yin Yoga’s dragon pose to open your creative energy center and awaken your core will.

We’re making the Winter Solstice magical in our Shamanic Flow Circle group on Facebook beginning December 12th. Join and participate in ten fun activities leading up to the Winter Solstice on December 21st.

There you can also chat about this episode or learn more about yoga poses like dragon, Shamanic Reiki, wildlife conservation, or other ways we can bring healing to all of the beings on our beautiful planet Earth. Please consider becoming a Patreon sponsor and help me purchase needed equipment and supplies for Dancing Turtle Rescue and Rehab, my wild turtle rehabilitation clinic.

Much gratitude to Blair Sutherland for the beautiful intro and background music.

While the yoga and other practices presented are intended to be accessible to most, please be open to practicing in an appropriate and safe way for you. It is recommended that you consult your physician before beginning any new exercise program and that at any time during a practice you feel nausea, dizziness, or pain you stop and seek medical advice. I accept no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from the use of my podcasts and, while I make all reasonable efforts to share accurate instruction, the podcast may contain unintended errors. Before all else, listen to your body and trust your inner knowing.

Podcast Ep 39: Cultivating Courage in Wild Thing

Yoga’s Camatkarasana, the pose called Wild Thing, is a playful heart opener. For me, however, an injury led to a fearful retreat from practicing Wild Thing. With help from the Golden Egg from Kim Krans’ The Wild Unknown Animal Spirit deck, I’ve contemplated how strengthening the back of the heart allows me to be more open and more courageous in the pose and in face of the devastation of our global ecosystem and the other collective challenges of our modern times. This episode explores Wild Thing from a place of shoulder and thoracic stabilization that supports a strong and open heart, physically and emotionally. You will only need your mat.

If you would like to chat about this episode or learn more about yoga, Shamanic Reiki, wildlife conservation, or other ways we can bring healing to all of the beings on our beautiful planet Earth, join us in the Shamanic Flow Circle group on Facebook and sign up for the newsletter. Please consider becoming a Patreon sponsor and help me purchase needed equipment and supplies for my wild turtle rehabilitation clinic.

Much gratitude to Blair Sutherland for the beautiful intro and background music.

While the yoga and other practices presented are intended to be accessible to most, please be open to practicing in an appropriate and safe way for you. It is recommended that you consult your physician before beginning any new exercise program and that at any time during a practice you feel nausea, dizziness, or pain you stop and seek medical advice. I accept no liability whatsoever for any damages arising from the use of my podcasts and, while I make all reasonable efforts to share accurate instruction, the podcast may contain unintended errors. Before all else, listen to your body and trust your inner knowing.