Who and what is yoga for? Is it spiritual?
I have never been into yoga, but I know many women, including one of my favorites, who are. Because I know it can be a healing, spiritual practice, I wanted to learn more about it and knew my sister would be a great resource. Kadie Chronister joins me to discuss the purpose and practices of yoga and mediation and how they can be spiritual, mental, and physical.
Learn more about Kadie
Kadie is a dreamer and a doer. She puts thoughts into action. Her vision for her podcast, Coffee and Crystals, is to create a way for like-minded people to gather together to speak about spirituality.
Kadie wholeheartedly believes in the transformative power of yoga. Yoga has given her the tools to meet the inevitable difficulties of life with a measure of acceptance, openness, trust, and LOVE. She believes that with this practice you will attract a healthier, happier, more fulfilling life.
Follow Kadie on Instagram and listen to her podcast! Learn more about her here.
New to yoga? Check out Yoga Journal as she suggested.
We also referred to this episode of her podcast, where Lincoln talks about his spiritual life with his Aunt Kadie.
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Here is the book Kadie recommended:
Women Who Run with the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype
Word of the show:
asana [ah-suh-nuh] noun
- any of the postures in a yoga exercise.
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