The Yoga Addiction

--- Natalie Senger and Sandy Huen ---

Yoga is everywhere, and its diversity in practice has many people asking more specific questions about how this practice ‘works’. Join Natalie and Sandy as they explore the modern yoga practice as teachers, students, science nerds and yogis in this mash-up of uncensored entertainment and education. If you’re looking to expand your understanding or appreciation of yoga, this is the podcast for you.
Brought to you by Natalie Senger and Sandy Huen of The Yoga Addiction

Latest Episodes…

  1. 64: THE END...but first...30-ish things we need to tell you before we go!

    This. Is. It. Our concluding episode, our last hurrah, our final effort. This episode is a conglomeration of all our last messages as yogis and yoga teachers. We alternate between Sandy and Nat giving tidbits of information and inspiration in no particular order. Some of our arguments are highly anatomical ...

    2020-03-18

  2. 63: Meditation, Mindfullness and Brain Gray Matter

    Meditation is such a hot topic these days, and for good reason. It's been shown to improve attention span, decrease stress and anxiety. New science is showing that meditation also changes the content of our brains, its gray matter. In today's episode, we discuss the results of a number of ...

    2020-03-11

  3. 62: Jillian Mariani: Founder of Niyama Yoga Wellness

    Jillian Mariani is the founder of supplement company Niyama Yoga Wellness. Today, we had a great chat with her about her wellness journey, her inspiration to create Niyama Yoga Wellness and their relationship to the New Leaf Foundation. Best of all, we are hosting a giveaway in partnership with Jillian's ...

    2020-03-04

  4. 61: The Amygdala - Your Brain's Fear Center

    Today, we discuss a topic that very much excites us: The Amygdala. We generally understand the amygdala as the portion of the brain that coordinates the emotions of fear and anger. These emotions create a very important adaptive response in helping us stay safe and well. However, in today's world, ...

    2020-02-26

  5. 60: Study: The Cooling Effect of Pranayama

    Breathing exercises are purported to have myriad benefits: some are cooling, heating, detoxifying, invigorating, calming, restorative. In this episode, we review a recent study on sheetali and shitkari breathing exercises and body temperature. We discuss the role of breathing in studio yoga classes, why we might incorporate sheetali or shitkari, ...

    2020-02-19