February 12, 2019INSTAGRAM POST: Suuuper excited to post Episode 3 of the Nurture Your Nature podcast. I have a super fun conversation with @laurelbeversdorf We have a lovely meandering (and educational) conversation that winds around her journey from yoga student, to teacher, to interdisciplinary movement educator and to new mom. Some of the topics covered: – We take a big picture look at the ways we move and are moved by our culture and environments, how pain and fear play a role in how we move and think about moving. – We also discuss the role of language and the quality of language when teaching and supporting students and loved ones in our lives. – Laurel’s thoughts on what it means to “listen to your body” a common phrase thrown around in yoga/movement classes. This is a great segment for yoga and movement educators. – The changes and discoveries that becoming a parent have brought to Laurel’s life and her work. Please take a listen and post a review! #nurtureyournaturepodcast #nurtureyournature #yogadina #yogawithdina #newpodcastalert #movementmatters #yogamomlife #yogaeducator #yogateacher #greatconversation #gratitude

Suuuper excited to post Episode 3 of the Nurture Your Nature podcast. I have a super fun conversation with @laurelbeversdorf 
We have a lovely meandering (and educational) conversation that winds around her journey from yoga student, to teacher, to interdisciplinary movement educator and to new mom.

Some of the topics covered:
- We take a big picture look at the ways we move and are moved by our culture and environments, how pain and fear play a role in how we move and think about moving. - We also discuss the role of language and the quality of language when teaching and supporting students and loved ones in our lives. - Laurel's thoughts on what it means to

Suuuper excited to post Episode 3 of the Nurture Your Nature podcast. I have a super fun conversation with @laurelbeversdorf 
We have a lovely meandering (and educational) conversation that winds around her journey from yoga student, to teacher, to interdisciplinary movement educator and to new mom.

Some of the topics covered:
- We take a big picture look at the ways we move and are moved by our culture and environments, how pain and fear play a role in how we move and think about moving. - We also discuss the role of language and the quality of language when teaching and supporting students and loved ones in our lives. - Laurel's thoughts on what it means to