Yoga teacher Gernot Huber joins me to discuss mindbody integration and a balance between “hard” and “soft” yoga. We talk intellectuals beginnings, yoga to strengthen the mindbody link, teacher over style, finding balance in yoga to make it more beneficial, individually adapted practice, form vs feeling, how you do it, listening deeply vs listening to ego, yoga to deepen neurotic patterns, goal orientation, replicating the primary mistake of striving culture, the “how” of yoga – journey not destination, ambition vs presence, yin and yang balance, why keeping challenging poses in yoga practice is a good idea, honouring your boundaries, striving in yin poses, self care and if you use a block or a blanket, asking for what you want, Feldenkrais and finding equilibrium after swings to extremity and savouring.

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