TYF401 – 8 Limbs of Yoga – NIYAMAS

In this episode, Erin continues her talk about the eight limbs of yoga, Ashtanga with an in-depth look at the Niyamas or inward observances. This episode has many examples of how to apply these beautiful principles in a modern way in our lives. Please enjoy. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSPodcast (esc): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: …

TYF400 – 8 Limbs of Yoga – YAMAS

In today’s episode, Erin talks about the eight limbs of yoga. This first podcast focuses, mainly on the Yamas which are the ethics of yoga. Next week will include the Niyamas (observances). Please enjoy!  Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSPodcast (esc): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Spotify | RSS

TYF399 – PTSD Help – The Release Formula

In part two of this interview, Tim Goyetche talks about his newest formula, called “the release formula”, which addresses different parts of the brain, including the hippocampus, amygdala, frontal lobe. Using this formula, people can heal from PTSD. Here is the link for our private Facebook group with tons of free educational material:https://www.facebook.com/share/1VD2hnBiNZ5xMRjx/?mibextid=K35XfP Link to purchase CIAS:https://cias.goyetcheinstitute.com/ Podcast: Play in …

TYF398 – Tim Goyetche CIAS

In this two part episode, Erin interviews Tim Goyetche of the Goyetche Institute. In this episode, Erin and Tim discuss what CIAS is, how it is nothing short of a miracle product, and how we can use it in different ways for different elements. The second part of this podcast, Tim talks about his newest formula, called the release formula, …

TYF397 – Erin Gets Coached by Her Student

In this episode, Erin gets coached by one of her students and future graduate, Cuhat Ishiki. With a blend of pranayama, and mind navigation techniques, Cuhat beautifully navigates Erin’s issue of slowing down in the evening. See how these powerful tools are applied to get some great resolve in the end of the session. Namaste Podcast: Play in new window …

TYF396 – Kalaripayattu – Hariprasad Shaji Bonsalay Interview – Part 2

In this episode, Erin interviews the owner of Payattukalari, Hariprasad Shaji Bonsalay. Kalaripayattu is the known as the “mother of all martial arts,” with elements of yoga, weapons, Ayurveda, astrology, and even massage. Hari talks about Kalaripayattu and how it can help people transform themselves and heal. Please enjoy. Check out https://payattukalari.com/ to find out more! Podcast: Play in new …

TYF395 – Hariprasad Shaji Bonsalay Interview – Part 1

In this episode, Erin interviews the owner of Payattukalari, Hariprasad Shaji Bonsalay. Kalaripayattu is the known as the “mother of all martial arts,” with elements of yoga, weapons, Ayurveda, astrology, and even massage.  Hari talks about Kalaripayattu and how it can help people transform themselves and heal.  Please enjoy. Check out https://payattukalari.com/ to find out more!  Podcast: Play in new …

TYF394 – Yoga In The Workplace (with Matt Murphy)

Erin has her partner (and Thrive’s resident Yoga Philosophy lecturer) Matt Murphy speak to the powerful “everyday” use of yogic concepts at the place we spend the most time: our workplace! Yoga is not just something done on the mat, so how we navigate relationships at work is a deeply yogic opportunity for meaningful practice. Podcast: Play in new window …

TYF393 – Creating Ceremony in Life

In this thought-provoking podcast episode, we explore the art of creating ceremony in various aspects of life. From infusing intention into yoga practice to cultivating mindful eating habits, we delve into the significance of ritualizing sex and fostering meaningful relationships. Join us as we uncover the power of ceremony in enhancing our overall well-being and connection to self and others. …

TYF392 – Old Belief Systems Vs. New Belief Systems

In this episode Erin goes into great detail about how to use self inquiry to become aware of belief systems that are sabotaging our relationships. There’s three parts to this process. First, we become aware of the belief system, second we figure out where it came from or at the very least a connection to it and a big emotional …