Welcome to Episode Ten of The Yogapedia Podcast! In today's episode, we're talking with yoga teacher and co-founder of the School of Embodied Flow, Tara Judelle!
In This Interview: Finding Your True-Self
Tara Judelle has spent 27 years of her life experimenting with movement. Starting out in dance, she moved into Tai Chi, movement improvisation, and finally, into yoga. Judelle has been teaching around the world as a certified Ansusara yoga teacher for the past 15 years.
In 2014, Judelle and Dr. Scott Lyons, created the School of Embodied Flow. Embodied Flow is a yoga school and therapy practice, which aims to reconnect the body, spirit and mind using a combination of hatha yoga, moving meditations, tantric philosophy, somatics and transpersonal psychology.
In this episode, we talk with Judelle about her steps into the yoga world and how it has positively impacted different areas of her life. Judelle also explains how yoga and movement can help our bodies, minds, and souls. Listen as we discuss the 'goal of yoga' and how we can all take one step towards self-realization.
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You can also catch Judelle at the Embodied Consciousness Immersion at UC Berkeley from October 13 to 18 for a deep dive facilitated by leaders in somatic and applied spiritual wisdom.
Why The Yogapedia Podcast?
The Yogapedia Podcast is here to help you navigate life’s biggest questions through the lens of yoga. Listen to insightful discussions with master teachers, leading experts, doctors, researchers and practitioners as they share all the tips, secrets, and special knowledge you need for a healthier, more meaningful life. The ancient teachings of yoga offer extraordinary solutions for navigating many of the critical issues in our modern landscape. Through intimate conversation our expert guests share their personal relationship to yoga, the discoveries that defined their path and the insights that brought meaning into their everyday lives.
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