My Shamanic Life Podcast
In the My Shamanic Life podcast, I share the practices that keep me grounded and connected as a yoga teacher, a Shamanic Reiki practitioner and teacher, a mentor, and a wildlife rehabilitator and advocate. New episodes are posted weekly and include a 30 minute yoga practice. Listen here or find My Shamanic Life on iTunes or your podcast player of choice.
I’m back to my somewhat revised podcast with a grounding yoga practice. I’ll share a bit of what I’ve been doing in the months since I last recorded an episode, then guide you through a short yoga practice to help you connect to the Earth element in your body and to feel more grounded. You won’t need anything but your yoga mat for this practice.
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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.
Yoga Nidra, also called yogic sleep, is a progressive relaxation and guided visualization that brings you to a state of deep rest and ignites your creativity and intuition. You are engaging in extreme self-care when you enjoy this Yoga Nidra experience.
Please do not listen while driving!
Mercury retrograde has me revisiting things, like this episode that didn’t get posted on time. Better late than never, and the practices are still very relevant in this post-eclipse waning moon energy. In it I share more about the Egyptian goddess Isis and her bird, the vulture. You’ll hear about how vultures are an important part of our ecosystem, even in the Adirondacks, where they aren’t technically natives but do the important work of cleaning up the animals who have been killed by cars on our not-so-animal-friendly roads. You’ll get some tips on letting go of the past, and practice flying gracefully, like a vulture, in a 30-minute yoga practice.