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Don't know your Asana from your elbow? Or think Karma is what happens when things don't go your way? ​ In these fun and thought provoking episodes I share more of myself and make the theory of yoga and mediation feel accessible. ​ I do all the reading of texts, and package the teachings up into fun and playful episodes. Expect story telling, insights from my own life and mediation practices which have all helped me loosen up!
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Value hierarchy is a fancy way of listing what you like to do for fun. What do you enjoy, how much do you value that? And have you noticed how your value hierarchy has changed over time? Show Notes: For my blogs, retreats, teacher trainings and Yoga teacher mentoring, visit my website. Where you'll also find links to my Instagram, Facebook and Spot…
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"Courage starts with showing up and being seen." I share a funny story about attempting to find a spirit animal, how mine isn't a cool one like a panther, or eagle, it is in fact a.... -You have to listen to find out and why it's relevant to being courageous. Show Notes: For my blogs, retreats, teacher trainings and Yoga teacher mentoring, visit my…
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Meditation is a cleansing practice for your mind. You'll learn more about this idea, in the guided meditation episode. Show Notes: For my blogs, retreats, teacher trainings and Yoga teacher mentoring, visit my website. Where you'll also find links to my Instagram, Facebook and Spotify.Rosie Iles-Jonas által
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Consciousness exists; Psychologists, philosophers and scientists all study it. But what actually is it, and how do we know when we’re being conscious/ present? I'm probably not going to answer all of those questions in this epsiode, but I've certainly made a good start! Show Notes: For my blogs, retreats, teacher trainings and Yoga teacher mentorin…
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Here's a super special meditation episode where you'll get the chance to observe the volume of thoughts. Have a pen and paper to hand for this one. Show Notes: To meditate with me or train to become a teacher visit my website and you'll also find links to my Instagram, Facebook and Spotify.Rosie Iles-Jonas által
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This episode is where I transform a personal crisis into something of value. The Mandarin character for ‘crisis’ has two meanings ‘danger’ and ‘opportunity.’ This crisis is in fact an opportunity for me to share stories from my life, let you witness some of the hurt and shame, and how I moved forward. Learning to be vulnerable is one of the greates…
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What is enough? Don't seek to earn, be or have enough. Seek satisfaction. A study was done by the University of London to measure happiness and material wealth, it found that seeing friends and relatives most days is worth the equivalent of a pay rise of over £60k. That’s something to reflect on when demands at work are high. No one ever empties th…
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I've been Podcasting for a year!! I want to thank everyone who listens; Almost 7000 of you and especially Leyton who edits these podcasts for me and Hannah Rose, who helped me find my voice This guided meditation epsiode is about connecting to your core, your hara or.... it's called something else in Yoga. If you don't fall asleep, you'll hear what…
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I’m going to show you how everyone from Ancient Greeks to Psychologists have been working on ways to tame the mind. So if you find your mind is a little unruly, you have millennia of company! I’ll be sharing thoughts and teachings that have helped me in testing times as well as the genesis of this Yoga Pose Podcast. Show Notes: You're invited to jo…
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When you’re stressed or overwhelmed, it’s hard to feel the feet and the hands, our senses shrink back, a numbing experience, so this is a really powerful meditation to add to your practice. A super lush trippy meditation. A shorter description so you have more time to experience the meditation. Enjoy and PLEASE leave a review! Rosie Pose x There's …
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A Handful of Salt is a reference to a wonderful little story about how to understand the challenges and pains of life. I’ve found it particularly helpful in recent months. I talk about charging your practice with intention, it’s not enough to practice Yoga and Meditation, (or anything else you do as an act of self care) you really have to mean it! …
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Feeling emosh, or 'emotional' as anyone like myself who's over 30 years old should be saying is natural. It's part of the human condition. Clear 10 minutes in your schedule for this lovely guided meditation but please note: There’s no need to meditate however if you find yourself unflustered by all that life throws at you. Because when you meditate…
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'Can I be me?' This was something Whitney Houston often asked her team. In the Bhagavad Gita we learn that ‘Yoga is a journey of the self, through the self, to the self.’ In this episode I weave Whitney, ancient teachings and Carl Jung’s psychology to explain the blocks I had to putting my Self out there online, how to keep a sense of self and lear…
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Get comfortable in this meditation, because it's is all about cultivating compassion or 'Kripalu.' You'll be given specific instructions on how to develop your compassion in this meditation, as well as in life outside of your practice. Show Notes Why not join me on a weekend Yoga retreat Here's my blog with wonderful little articles to inspire your…
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What's it all for? What are we working towards and to what end? I'm feeling all reflective after challenging few weeks, and watching some documenaries. I've been looking back on previous careers and now regret some of the sacrifices I made... I was so focused on targets or promotions that years went by without looking up. Super cliche but life is s…
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'Pranayama' has many meanings, it's most simple to think of it as breath awareness. In this epsiode I'll guide you through a relaxing pranayama practice. Enjoy! Show Notes: Here are the details for my wonderful voice coach and dear friend, Hannah Rose. Open level weekend retreats. Click here to read my awesome blog articles. You'll really like them…
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How do you cope under pressure? Your ability to meet a challenge directly affects your likelihood for success. In this episode I'll explain how it's possible to thrive in stressful situations, like a human amphipod. It's also a chance to understand how stress is not always a negative. Show notes: You're invited to join me for a retreat! It's open l…
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The first rays of sun start to brighten the day, cast some light on the darkness. In this meditation you'll learn how the sun is a metaphor for meditation, and the darkness of the sky, is like the quality of the mind. Show Notes: You're invited to my open level weekend retreats. Here's my blog, inspiring articles sent out each month. Connect with m…
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'Affirmations are like whipped cream on garbage, you can make it sweet, but it's still garbage.' I've never found affirmations that helpful, I can't link emotion to the words so they don't change how I feel. What I find most helpful is to ask questions that move me forward. When you ask yourself a question, your brain goes off and looks for the ans…
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In this meditation you'll experience shaping the rough diamond of your mind, into a beautiful, clear jewel. Show Notes You're invited to join me for an open level weekend retreat. 'Open level' means it's suitable for everyone. Here's my awesome blog, you should read the articles, I think you'd really like them. Visit my blog for inspiring little ar…
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For the first episode of Season 3 I talk about one of my most popular blogs where I was saying offers don't work for Yoga. I got so many responses I wanted to talk a little more about it. Offers don't work for teachers OR students. I seek to inspire students to form life long healthy habits, but not before pointing out what a hypocrite I am, becaus…
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A story and a meditation, what more could you want from an episode!? Show Notes Connect on Instagram and Facebook Check out my retreat schedule here and enjoy my teachings in person. For all of my podcasts in one place visit my Yoga Pose website. And for a chance to receive mentoring sessions from me, click here!…
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The final main epsiode of season 2! Dr Bruce Lipton and his book 'Biology of Belief' was my inspiration for this epsiode, I saw him recently in London and after a day of lectures, he left us with a call to action; to understand how our thoughts and mindset create our reality All that's left for me to do, is to give a heart felt thanks to you for li…
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It's difficult to be 'mindful' when the mind is full! In this lovely meditation we play with the idea that the mind is full of fireflies (our thoughts), how they litter the night sky (a metaphor for your mind) and how we can gently bring these scattered thoughts into a single point of focus. Show Notes: Here's my retreat schedule, ok so I have a Po…
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The 50th epiosde of the Yoga Pose Podcast! I'm celebrating by talking about faliure, some of my mistakes and mishaps, because they've lead to the greatest growth. I flit from Sutras to music festivals, to explain what holds us back in life. And I share how I lucky I feel because I've messed up often, they always make for great stories, and... I'm n…
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Why meditate? People always tell me they'd like to medtiate. In this epsiode I encourage you to stop wishing to start or maintain a practice, instead; think about why you want to meditate, what you feel is lacking (like feeling able to manage change) or too abundant (like stress!) and have that as your focus, your reason why. Once you're clear on w…
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In this meditation we practice 'pratyhara' which is about withdrawing the senses, freeing ourselves from worldly distractions. It's a powerful little practice. Show notes: You're invited to practice guided meditations with me in person, on a retreat. Check out my offerings on my website and blog articles Connect on Instagram& Facebook…
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This lovely episode was recorded OM Retreat! I'm joined by Graham, a dear friend, former colleague and Yoga student who just attended a weekend retreat with me. We have fun reminiscing about my 'previous life' where I was very serious and my early, slightly depressing days of teaching where classes were pretty quiet, Graham's been there through it …
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I talk about my love of plants and what great gurus they make (basically anything I like I call my 'guru!') Plants balance phases of expansion and growth with contraction. The ancient yogis knew the benefits of living in alignment of the seasons. Winter is a time of hibernation, a chance to review and reflect growth made this year, and sow seeds fo…
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This is a really sweet epsiode! I invite you to meditate either seated or lying down and maybe even surrender to a nap after. Show Notes: Connect with me on Instagram and Facebook If you've like to practice yoga and meditation with me in person, my 2019 retreat shedule is online and Yoga Pose Podcast listeners get priority over bookings. Please thi…
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It's my birthday week so this is a special epsiode where the tables are turned; a previous guest JJ interviews me! I talk about the highs and lows of teacher trainings, marketing and mentoring teachers. We share some of our favourite awful yoga teacher cues, my plans for the future and the absolute privaledge to be part of such a wonderful yoga com…
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Learning to Do Your OM Thing in Yoga and life is what it's all about! It's a way of empowering students. A good teacher will act as your guide and give you space to make sense of postures in your body. I talk about my journey to becoming a teacher, and the responsibility I have to teach my OM Thing. I make a call to action for other teachers to sta…
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Dharana is a Sanksrit word for 'concentration.' In a world where we're constantly stimulated, we can shop, eat, access entertainment at any time of the day and night, it's rare to really concentrate... So give the gift of your presence in this simple meditation. Connect: Website Instagram Facebook Retreat: How lush would a weekend of yoga and medit…
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Ah this is such a lovely little episode where we learn about being the sweetness in our community. It's a reference to a story by Arun Ghandi, Mahatma Ghandi's grandson, who knew a thing or two about living a sweet life of compassion. Show Notes Read: ‘The Gift of Anger’ Arun Ghandi Check out Woodcraft Folk the awesome youth group I'm still a part …
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'Hatred will never cease by hatred. Hatred will only cease by love.' Words from Maha Gosananda, a Buddhist monk who worked in the refugee camps in Cambodia. In this episode I pick up on his teachings, talk about my time living in Cambodia and learning to make peace. Show Notes: Connect: Website Instagram Facebook Retreat: I'd love to get to know yo…
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Do you prioritise sleep? We'll spend money on personal trainers, nutritional advice, super foods and step counters, but have you spent time and money tracking and patterning your sleep? Do you have difficulty getting to sleep, or wake up still exhausted? In this awesome little epsiode I'm going to inspire you to give sleep the respect it deserves! …
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This meditation episode is inspired by Lesson 243 in A course in Miracles: Today I will judge nothing which occurs. Now ‘today’ is a big ask, so I’ll modify it, and we’ll say, for one minute, I’ll judge nothing which occurs. Show Notes: Read: Gabrielle Bernsteine ‘The Judgement Detox’ Connect: Website Instagram Facebook Retreat: Spend a weekend wit…
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We’re all so judgemental. You’ve made a judgement to subscribe and listen to this Podcast (and I’m grateful, thanks!) In this fun little episode I talk about how bi weekly judgement detoxes have helped me, because as Gabrielle Bernsteine says in her book ‘The Judgement Detox’ “Judgement is the number one reason we feel sad, blocked and alone.” Show…
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I start this being all shy and sharing some lovely feedback I got from a Yoga Pose. Thank you for the feedback, do keep posting it up! I then go on to open up about a recent episode where I freaked out on a photoshoot. Even had to be reminded to breath. Me. Breathe! I give that cue to people every day, but in that moment of panic I forgot. I’ve bee…
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I make some bold claims here... I reckon we all believe in God or a god, something higher than outselves. Like you hear something shocking, exciting, or eat something delicious, you'll have probably said uttered the words oh my god! And it might just be a turn of phrase... But in darker moments, where you're scared I suspect you'll have prayed/ ask…
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Recorded with the sounds of nature this episode is such a treat! I talk about how I try to live an enchanted life. We’ve all felt disenchanted with a job, a relationship, or really just turning on the news will have you feeling disenchanted after a few minutes… So how about now we learn to feel ‘enchanted?’ Which is all about feeling connected, see…
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A mini meditation episode that starts with a story I love to share in Workshops and Retreats. Sit back and enjoy a six minute break! Show Notes: Workshops in Hove: https://www.doyouromthing.co.uk/w-o-r-k-s-h-o-p-s Retreat Schedule: https://www.doyouromthing.co.uk/r-e-t-r-e-a-t-s I'd be really grateful if you'd leave me a review on iTunes.…
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This one is all about transformation, and it was inspired by a recent message I got from a student who has attended a retreat I ran this year, she messaged to say she felt transformed after just one weekend! I talk about my amazing Guru: My brother who helps me develop my practice, by trying to wind me up! -All Yogis need a wonderful soul who press…
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I'm joined by Delamay Devi who used to live in Brighton and is now an international Yoga Teacher, she follows the sun around the world! We talk about Prana Vinyasa Yoga which is a unique style created by Delamay’s teacher, Shiva Rea. We also talk about women stepping into their power, we’ve both been inspired by a book called Pussy: A Reclamation. …
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There's a belief that technology and wellbeing are the enemies of each other. That's not the case, we can use technology to improve our wellbeing and connection. You're using a device to listen to this Podcast, benefitting from the stories and content I share here, as an example. I guide you through a really sweet Metta Meditation, a meditation tec…
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