WW Podcast 13 – Watershed Wellness yoga, peak poses & doing yoga without injury

 

We're up to episode 13 in our podcast – if you've missed any of the previous episodes just click this link to be taken to the archive.

We decided to do this episode after talking about the upcoming schedule change for the movement studio. In particular, we had been discussing the way the classes are actually named, and what those names convey. So many people have difficulty knowing where to start with yoga, and we wondered if changing the way we refer to the courses might help that process.

This led Amanda to create a whole new type of yoga class at Watershed Wellness – centered on the investigation of “peak poses,” which we discuss extensively on this episode. That led us to discuss the whole matter of yoga, especially for people new to it, and how we hope to help people establish a practice with integrity that helps them avoid injury.

As always with podcast episodes, never hesitate to reach out and let us know what's working and what's not. We're aware that the audio on this episode wasn't great – and will be seeking to fix that in future episodes. Thanks so much for listening!

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Written by Amanda Barp

Amanda Barp is co-founder of Watershed Wellness, a licensed massage therapist with 10+ years experience, a registered yoga teacher with a passion for learning and teaching about the human body & how to feel at home in it.