Show Notes

 
 

Episode 1: Kristine Kaoverii Weber

MA, C-IAYT, eRYT500, YACEP

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In the first Asheville Awake episode, Kristine and I dive into the nervous system and tease out the definition of yoga.

We discuss:

1. The history of yoga in the west
2. Yoga as a way to build resiliency in the nervous system
3. Yoga for population health
4. Slow yoga vs. yoga as exercise

You can find Kristine Kaoverii Weber at www.subtleyoga.com

Show Notes:

Dr. Kenneth Cooper | Exercise Revolution | https://www.cooperaerobics.com/About/Our-Leaders/Kenneth-H-Cooper,-MD,-MPH.aspx

Dr. Dan Siegel | Window of Tolerance | https://www.drdansiegel.com

Dr. Norman Doidge | The Brain That Changes Itself | http://www.normandoidge.com/?page_id=1259

Dr. M. Catherine Bushnell | National Institute of Health | https://nccih.nih.gov/about/staff/bushnell

Dr. Sara Lazar | Harvard | https://scholar.harvard.edu/sara_lazar/home

Viniyoga | https://www.viniyoga.com/about/what-is-viniyoga/  

Local Teachers: Jacci Lea (West Asheville Yoga), Marek Sawicki (Ayurveda), Eric Seiler,(YMCA) & Margaret Kirschner(Mindful Emergence /Yoga for Recovery)

"Where do we find the optimal place of the nervous system and how do we find it? I believe that one of the ways we find it is through slow mindful practices." ~Kristine Kaoverii Weber