Buddhism with Andy Wistreich

In this podcast episode, we speak to Andy Wistreich about Buddhism and the wider topics surrounding the tradition and it’s philosophy. A kind and heart-centred conversation that includes the beautiful gift of a relaxing Meditation from Andy. We discuss how the...

Radiant Rest – Yoga Nidra with Tracee Stanley

Welcome Back to Season 2 Episode 1 of From The Heart with Dawn Lister and Daniel Groom. In this episode we speak to Tracee Stanley, author of Radiant Rest and discuss the practice of Yoga and Yoga Nidra. We discuss how these practices give us an opportunity...

Yoga and Addiction

In our last episode of the series, we talk to Lisa Horwell about how she found yoga to help her in her recovery. Yoga Therapy, Sound Healing and Gongs are a huge part of her offering and we discuss about how these practises can be used in healing and addiction...

Intuitive Eating

Chloe Jane Prince is a Food Freedom Coach, helping people heal from disordered eating, low body confidence and so much more. Chloe herself struggled with anorexia, disordered eating and body dysmorphia after suffering sexual abuse aged 11. In this podcast episode we...

Mental Health First Aid

In this episode we speak to James Chapman, a Yoga Therapist and Yoga Teacher with 17 years experience. He has a special interest in mental health and addiction, is a Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England Instructor Member and has worked with some of the leading...

Yoga for Menstrual Cycles

In this episode we hold conversation with Julia Davis we discussed menstruation and why it’s so important it is discussed more within the yoga community and within our practice. We talk about how Yoga can be a truly transformative tool to support menstrual...

Hypermobility

In this From The Heart episode, we speak to Jess Glenny, a movement teacher, facilitator, therapist, and writer. In our conversation with Jess we talk about hypermobility, what it is and how we can support ourselves or our hypermobile students. Jess has written an...

Yoga, Spirituality and Religion

Part two of our podcast with the inspiring Jude Mills. In this insightful episode Jude talks to us about yoga, spirituality, and religion. We continue our rich conversation with Jude about how we as Yoga teachers and practitioners can adapt practises to support those...

Adapting Yoga for Cancer with Jude Mills

In this insightful podcast episode Jude talks to us about how yoga can be adapted for those living with cancer, yoga therapy and her new book Adapting Yoga for People Living with Cancer. In her book, Jude explains how to adapt physical poses and breathing...

Anatomy and Physiology for Yoga with Andrew McGonigle

In this podcast episode we talk to Yoga Teacher, Anatomy and Physiology Teacher and Author, Andrew McGonigle about the place for anatomy and physiology within yoga.  Drawing on a background in medicine Andrew incorporates his indepth knowledge, training and experience...

Mindfulness with Karen Atkinson

In conversation with Karen Atkinson, Senior Partner and Co-Founder of MindfulnessUK, we explore the relationship between mindfulness and compassion and the value of self-inquiry. Karen is also an author, a trustee of the British Association of Mindfulness-based...

Why Yoga should be for everyone with Ellen Lee

Ellen Lee has been exploring Yoga for some 45 years and has been teaching for the last 28 years. Ellen trained with The Yoga For Health Foundation in general and remedial Yoga. The Foundations’ ethos was “Yoga for all”. Ellen has been The Chair of...

Parenting Mental Health with Suzanne Alderson

In conversation with Suzanne Alderson, in this bonus podcast episode we discuss how Suzanne’s traumatic ordeal with her suicidal daughter led her to launching a community, now a registered charity, called Parenting Mental Health. When her 14 year old daughter...

Healing from fear and trauma with Beth Spindler

In this podcast episode, in conversation with Beth Spindler, Yoga Therapist, Teacher and Writer, we discuss Beth’s incredible work treating trauma and fear through yoga and the Vagus nerve. World recognised Yoga Therapist, Beth Spindler began...

Foraging, with Louise Hunt

In this podcast episode we speak to Louise Hunt, a lover of wild food, sustainability and nature. Foraging for wild food has increased in popularity over recent years, perhaps as a result of the rising awareness of eating local, fresh and organic...

Special Yoga for Children, with Jyoti Jo Manuel

“You are special. Regardless of your abilities, appearance, culture, gender, race or the assumptions society has placed on you. Because all children deserve to experience peace, joy and fulfilment of their potential and purpose.” In this podcast...

Before you crash and burn, read this….

If you find yourself feeling crabby, tired, wanting to sleep all the time, feeling overwhelmed, snappy, anti-social, a bit well stuck, lacking any creativity.  If the idea of intimacy makes you want to grab a sharp object are tearful or angry for no reason.  Are...

Yoga Therapy; how it’s changing the Yoga landscape

in episode 9 of our podcast, in conversation with Lisa Kaley-Isley, Dawn Lister and Daniel Groom talk about Yoga Therapy, what it is and how it’s changing the landscape of Yoga and its integration into worldwide health care systems.  Lisa talks about how and why...

What is Ashtanga Yoga?

In episode 5 of our podcast, From The Heart, join us in conversation with Jo Kemp, we discuss what Ashtanga Yoga is, the influence of her teacher Hamish Hendry at Ashtanga Yoga London and the recent abuse revelations in the Ashtanga world and how Jo has put...

Pregnancy Yoga at Anahata Yoga Centre, Southend-on-Sea, Essex

Pregnancy is a wonderful time in an expectant person’s life, after all you are bringing a new being into this world. Our busy schedules can give us less opportunity to rest, nourish, make space and time to really look after your changing body, your emotions and most...