Welcome to episode 26 of the Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy & Meditation podcast!
This episode has been taken from a live Q&A session with Brandt and his yoga therapy students.
Many of our students come to yoga therapy from a more scientific and analytical background and therefore can struggle to wrap their heads around the more intangible aspects that we learn about in yoga therapy such as the koshas.
In this Q&A Brandt goes over what is considered the more esoteric side of yoga such as the pranic body and how this relates to yoga therapy as well as some book recommendations to help students understand the spiritual roots of yoga.
Brandt also gives advice on how to approach clients who have both trauma and obesity through the holistic and interconnected lens of yoga therapy.
We hope you enjoyed this episode! Let us know in the comments or send us a message on Instagram or Facebook any key takeaways that you have.
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Breathing Deeply is a Yoga Therapy and Meditation School, founded by lead teacher Brand Passalacqua in 2014. We hold online and in-person Yoga Therapy Foundations and IAYT accredited Advanced Programs and retreats along with Meditation Programs, including online meditation teacher training and certification and holistic weight loss with Being At Peace with Food.
Breathing Deeply is made up of an active and thriving community of yogis, caregivers, therapists, teachers, medical professionals, parents & children with the same intention—to serve others, lessen suffering, and co-create a new paradigm in wellness.
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