Everybody wants healthy relationships but they don’t just happen on their own. We have to take our own experiences and those of our partners into account when we are navigating couplehood. In this episode of The Yoga Pro...
Everybody wants healthy relationships but they don’t just happen on their own. We have to take our own experiences and those of our partners into account when we are navigating couplehood.
In this episode of The Yoga Pro Podcast, Jaishree Dow Spielman shares how we can use yoga to tap into the healthiest parts of ourselves to build stable relationships with others.
Jaishree is a spiritual educator, healer, and life-long musician who mentors couples to restore the vision of their coupleship and more. She also is a yoga teacher trainer offering workshops and 200-hour certifications.
-Jaishree’s yoga journey
-Her inspiration to start mentoring couples
-When one part of the couple is more interested in relationship work
-Using yoga to breakdown barriers
-The importance of our own svadhyaya in relationship building
-Balancing women and men’s inherent tendencies and divine karma
-Jaishree talks about soul ascension in the pandemic
-Going inward and tapping into your intuitive being
-Barriers to healthy and strong relationships
-How to expand our psychic consciousness
-How Jaishree uses yoga to help people find healthy relationships
-Tuning in to our core desires
-Why staying present in the moment helps us be in relationship
-How fear plays a role in keeping us from connecting
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Music: The State of Things (The Bouncy Song) by Rena Wren is used with permission.