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A Yogi’s Guide To Health and Wellness
24 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
Andrew Fredricks is a Yogi, life coach, and so much more. Learning through hardship was a theme since Andrew's youth and continues to serve as a primary source of learning. Bringing authenticity and humbleness to his teachings, Andrew strives to show up as a student that is learning to teach and is not afraid to grow from mistakes. Andrew is dedicated to Karma Yoga and teaches Yin, Hatha, Restorative, Yoga Nidra and Philosophy. On this episode, Andrew shares his past, upbringing, and time in jail, as well as speaking to his healing journey, and his path to yoga and wellness. We speak about the importance of shadow work and what that looks like, and Andrew shares some practices that support his journey.
25 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
John Early is a Yogi, author, singer-songwriter and co-founder of Momentom Collective. His passion and projects in life are always defining new territory, and best approached through his favourite stanza by Hafiz: "Laughter, the glorious sound of a soul waking up!" His award-winning book, Tales of the Modern Nomad – Monks, Mushrooms & Other Misadventures, delves into his decade of global backpacking through an eclectic layout of stories, photography, poetry and sidebar sketches. John’s current mission is creating inspirational communities and alternate pockets of reality through artist residencies with Momentom Collective, a training ground for artists and entrepreneurs to uplevel their mind, body and spirit. On this episode, we speak about gratitude and how starting the day from this place sets the tone for you, and John shares the accessible work he and his team are doing with creating residencies around the world. We also discuss how important joy and play are as we continue to journey home to self. We close with a spoken word piece that John created.
29 minutes | May 25, 2021
Tina Pashamati James
Tina is a Yogi, former mountaineer, marathoner and competitive equestrian rider who worked on Whistler ski patrol for eight years, living life to the fullest. Tina is a long-term vegan and plant-based advocate who works with cancer, depression, anxiety and PTSD patients. She is also a cancer survivor who lives, eats and breathes the essence of what yoga is, steeped with Indigenous teachings, Ahimsa non harming. A vegan and animal activist, Tina is a true Bhakti Devotional practitioner.
30 minutes | May 11, 2021
Chris Ketch is a past award-winning entrepreneur and recovered materialist. He did a complete life overhaul, selling his home, business and material possessions in 2015. He then purchased a Westfalia and headed south from Vancouver Island with no GPS, no cell phone and no maps, to pursue life on the opposite spectrum of the western daily grind. In his terms, he "unplugged from the matrix." On this episode, we talk about faith, trust, community, and honouring ones innate purpose. Chris shares about how a divine encounter in El Salvador changed his course and how he followed that to his now home in Ometepe, Nicaragua. We close with Chris offering a introspection meditation to become the observer and listener.
26 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
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22 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
Shyla Gabel is an Indigenous yoga teacher who weaves her culture into her classes. On this episode, she speaks about finding yoga, how she creates an experience for her students, and how yoga helped her find her roots. Shyla offers a grounding meditation to connect you to Mother Earth and help on your healing journey.
29 minutes | Mar 30, 2021
Jenn Sharp is a journalist, author, writer, foodie and so much more. On this episode, Jenn speaks about her documentary series, Flat Out Food, book—Flat Out Delicious: Your Definitive Guide to Saskatchewan’s Food Artisans—and how it all came into fruition. Jenn is passionate about food, and discusses how that food gets to our tables from soil to seed, to the love from farmers, and takes us through a exercise that shows how to intentionally connect to the foods we eat.
29 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
JC is a teacher, chef, space holder and so much more. On this episode, JC speaks to shadow work, as well as his journey from a civil war in Lebanon to his journey to the UK. We end the episode with JC guiding you through a beautiful, intentional practice with Lord Ganesha.
28 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
Sianna Sherman is a teacher, yogini, healer, storyteller and so much more. On this episode, Sianna speaks to her journey onto this path, from a pre-med student to a international teacher; and speaks to the importance of yoga in the times we are in. Find Sianna Sherman online at siannasherman.comFor more information on Rasa Yoga, visit rasayoga.com
24 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
In this episode, Kevin speaks about eye health. He discusses foods that support our eye health as we grow older and touches on supplements to support eye and brain health. We close with a exercise to bring calmness, presence and stillness, all while supporting and protecting our eyes.
30 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
Mindfulness with Sonal Kavia
Sonal Kavia is an education consultant and a certified facilitator of trauma-sensitive mindfulness meditation and yoga. Her award-winning research thesis explored presence-based teaching, teacher identity, school culture and teachers as compassionate leaders. In this episode, Sonal speaks about mindfulness, from her journey to how she integrates mindfulness in schools and with organizations. We also chat about trauma sensitive practice and what that looks like. We close the episode with Sonal sharing a beautiful, loving kindness meditation from her teacher, Brenda Feuerstein.
27 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
Meditation with Dorman Baltazar
Dorman Baltazar is a wellness speaker, yoga and meditation teacher, poet, and so much more. On this episode, Dorman speaks about his journey to self, his first encounter with meditation and the sweetness and presence it brought him. Dorman offers a helpful tool for those new to meditation, so it can support you on your healing journey.Find Dorman on Instagram, @DormanBaltazar
29 minutes | Jan 5, 2021
Ayurveda with Marla Barr
Marla Barr is a wellness speaker, self-care coach, Ayurvedic educator, plant-based chef, Chakra energy centre guide, Yogi, podcast host and so much more. In this episode, Marla speaks about Ayurvedic health and breaking down the three Doshas, as well as gut health, detoxes and cleanses, offering guidance and tools that speak to all bodies.Find more of Marla Barr on her websiteFollow her on Instagram @marla.barr
28 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
Mental Health with Chris Beaudry
So grateful to have a dear friend Chris Beaudry on the show.Chris Beaudry is a conscious farmer, grief counselor, hockey coach, as well as a advocate for mental health. On this episode, Chris speaks on mental health and PTSD, offering tools and guidance for us in these times. Chris also speaks about his past position as assistant coach with the Humboldt Broncos when the bus crashed, speaking to that experience and the trauma that came from it.Find Chris on Twitter @chrisbeaudry9
28 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Cell Health and Digestion with Grace Van Berkum
Grace Van Berkum, R.H.N., is a plant-powered, detox nutritionist and tropical yoga teacher. Her mission is to spread the message of plant-based nutrition and self-love by teaching we are, in fact, what we eat. Grace is a pioneer of her field, and strives to make the world a better place by teaching the importance of cell and digestive health at her Gracious Living Lifestyle Retreats, based in Nicaragua. Find Grace Van Burkem online at https://www.gracevanberkum.com/
29 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
Breathing and Breath with Engel Pherecydes
Engel Pherecydes is a Yoga Practitioner and Founder of Pranayama Sadhana, a school for yogic studies. He speaks with Kevin about the importance and primacy of breath and breath work.
26 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
Mind-Body Connection with Acupuncturist, Andrea Kehler
In this episode, Kevin is joined by his wife, Andrea Kehler. Andrea brings not only years of clinical experience as a acupuncturist to the table but also her empathic heart. Andrea discusses and shares insight into the mind-body connection, offering guidance and tools to become present and address the root causes of ailments.
20 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
In the inaugural episode, Kevin recounts the story of his family's move from Durban, South Africa to Saskatchewan, Canada. The hardships his family face would affect his life forever, shaping the way in which he discovered yoga and his personal story of vision loss.
1 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
A Yogi's Guide to Health and Wellness Premieres October 20th
Every other week join host Kevin Naidoo and other wellness experts from around the world as they discuss such topics as nutrition, yoga, mindfulness, emotional health and meditation.
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