My 10 Day Rice Fast
28 April, 2022
In this podcast I discuss that when you finally face you’re in pain and you’re suffering that’s when you need to simplify, break your habits, and embrace constant change and the unknown.
Modify and Customize Your Practice
14 January, 2022
In this podcast David dives into the methodology behind props, modifying, and customizing in the Ashtanga practice.
Dear DG, Question and Answer
18 November, 2021
In this podcast, David answers students questions. List of questions and time code provided in the notes.
Do Your Practice and All Is Coming?
13 October, 2021
In this podcast I discuss the often misinterpreted Ashtanga saying: “Do your practice and all is coming”.
New Ideas for Adjustments in Ashtanga
19 August, 2021
In this podcast I speak how, in Ashtanga yoga, physical adjustments have been the exclusive means of correcting a pose whereas giving verbal cues or using props to adjust have been tabooed or discouraged. Experience has shown that significant harm or imbalance results from giving only physical adjustments and that is why I discuss the need for a new paradigm of adjustments that calls for the teacher to have skill enough to work with a balanced combination of all three of these excellent means (physical, ver
Tapas: Honoring the Old and Embracing the New
7 May, 2021
In this podcast I discuss the value of older, harsher ideas of tapas and the evolving new paradigm of tapas.
Avoiding the Trap of Perfectionism
2 April, 2021
In this podcast I discuss how to avoid the traps of perfectionism and win the freedom to try as hard, as long, and as openly as you want everyday.
How Tapas Can Help In These Times
23 January, 2021
In this podcast David talks about how practice helps you manage inner and outer conflict.
All About the Virtuous Posture
18 November, 2020
An in-depth explanation about what constitutes goodness and auspiciousness in your yoga poses and in the rest of your life.
4 Attitudes to Clear Your Mind
20 June, 2020
In this podcast David uses Yoga Sutra 1:33 and discusses the four different attitudes to take to go from a clouded mind to a clear mind.
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