Our Brains on Yoga: A Conversation with Jonathan Rosenthal, M.D.
Highly Sensitive Healing
*** Special Early Release*** This weeks episode is being released early in recognition of Brain Awareness Week March 14-20, 2022 and the Neuroscience and Yoga Online Conference March 17-20, 2022! Our conversation is with Jonathan Rosenthal, MD. Jonathan is a resident physician at the NYU School of Medicine, specializing in neurology, he is also a yoga student and educator and is someone who has the unique ability to share the connection between the two in practical and interesting ways. We speak about how yoga and empathy are connected, how the practice of yoga affects our mental health, and the benefits that yoga has to offer. Through the Neuroscience and Yoga Online Conference Jonathan brings western and eastern ideas together, with experiments, guest speakers, and practical knowledge while providing accessible and fascinating discussions about the brain and how it truly functions. Conference dates are March 17-20, 2022 This conference has so much to offer us as HSPs and Empaths- you don't want to miss it! Links: Neuroscience and Yoga Online Conference Project Implicit- Take an Implicit Bias Test The Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test Jonathan Rosenthal, MD Website Jonathan Rosenthal, MD Instagram
2/2: Nigeria in existential peril; & what is to be done? Jonathan Rosenthal @TheEconomist HFN
The John Batchelor Show
Photo: Fula, or Fulani, residents of Kano, in the splendid Sokoto Caliphate, in 1900 2/2: Nigeria in existential peril; & what is to be done? Jonathan Rosenthal @TheEconomist HFN https://econ.st/3m1WTZL
Location Intelligence In Supply Chains - A Chat With ESP Logistics Technology CEO Jonathan Rosenthal
The Digital Supply Chain podcast
With 35 years of experience in supply chain, Jonathan Rosenthal is the definition of an industry veteran.CEO of Saybrook Management, and ESP Logistics Technology, as well as a strong background in the airline and utility industries, it is fair to say there is little Jonathan hasn't seen. A strong proponent of the digitization of supply chains, he was an ideal guest for the podcast, and sure enough, he didn't disappoint.We had a great conversation about the current disruptions in global supply chains, ways to resolve them (hint more data visibility), and where to from here for supply chains. I learned loads, I hope you do too...In the podcast, Jonathan referred to a 7-minute product demo video involving a helicopter. You can find it there here (but you will need to sign an NDA before you can get access).If you have any comments/suggestions or questions for the podcast - feel free to leave me a voice message over on my SpeakPipe page or just send it to me as a direct message on Twitter/LinkedIn. Audio messages will get played (unless you specifically ask me not to).If you want to learn more about how to juggle sustainability and efficiency mandates while recovering from pandemic-induced disruptions, meeting growth targets, and preparing for an uncertain future, check out our Oxford Economics research report here.And if you want to read up on our Industry 4.0 blueprint repost, head on over to https://www.sap.com/cmp/dg/intro-industry40/index.html, and if you liked this show, please don't forget to rate and/or review it. It makes a big difference to help new people discover it. Thanks.And remember, stay healthy, stay safe, stay sane!
Hello Everyone, welcome to the podcast!On this episode I speak with Jonathan Rosenthal, M.D. to learn more about how yoga practice affects the brain and how the brain affects yoga practice. This was a fun, educational conversational that allowed me to learn more about the effects of my practice. If you like learning, this episode will be yummy food for your big brain. A bit about Jonathan:Jonathan is a resident physician at NYU School of Medicine. He graduated with a Summa Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Neural Science from NYU’s College of Arts and Science, and an Accelerated 3-Year MD from NYU’s School of Medicine. He views science and math as sophisticated languages for distilling the simple from the complex, and loves sharing his excitement for these fields. After years of practicing and refining his studentship, he strives to share the tips and tricks he has learned to help students build their understanding. He believes that understanding is the goal, and tests are just a measure of understanding. The successful academic path is paved by placing the focus on understanding, not memorization, and removing any obstacles that impede the measurement of understanding (e.g. test anxiety). He has been tutoring since 2010, and currently tutors biology, chemistry, physics, math through calculus, ISEE, SAT, ACT, and MCAT. He is available for virtual tutoring, and has worked with students all over the world.As a yoga teacher, Jonathan has studied with Sri Dharma Mittra in New York City since 2011. He completed his 200 hour certification in June 2013 and has been teaching at the Dharma Yoga Center since. He includes mindfulness practices in sessions to improve student resilience, outlook, and performance.Jonathan's Website: https://jonathanrosenthalmd.com/Instagram: @neuroyoganycShow Notes:What is Neuroscience? 10:57Yoga and Neuroscience: 19:04What is FMRI? 20:56Brain Energy: 29:30Neuroplasticity: 31:31Questioning truth using science and trials: 45:25Yoga and Aging: 1:08:45Vagal Tone: 1:00:10Yoga and Creativity: 1:10:00New Medical Technologies: 1:19:03Share this episode with Yogis, Scientists, and Anyone who would benefit from an enlightening conversation! You can train Daily with Jai Sugrim or Receive Coaching: jaisugrim.comShow your support for the podcast:patreon.com/jaisugrimThank You Everyone!!! Have a Great Day,Jai!!!
Episode 4, Jonathan Rosenthal - Science on Yoga: Finding Dialogues
Less Stress Podcast
"I noticed a lot of distrust of science in yoga community, likewise I noticed a lot of distrust of yoga in science community. Skepticism is healthy, but an open mind is necessary, so I think there is a strong limitation on the amount of dialogue between those two groups. Science is amazing and yoga is amazing and there's no reason they can't both be amazing." In one hour conversation we tried to cover many topics that involve nervous system, stress, yoga research, creativity and finding dialogues between two large communities: science and yoga. Jonathan Rosenthal is a resident physician in Neurology in New York, and a Yoga student of legendary Sri Dharma Mittra. Jonathan is also an organizer of Neuroscience and Yoga online conference, that included such speakers and teachers as Eddie Stern, Sri Dharma Mittra, Dr Marshall Hagins and many more. Keep an eye on Neuroscience and Yoga conference: www.neuroyoganyc.com) Follow Jonathan on Instagram (@neuroyoganyc) for more exciting stuff on Neuroscience and Yoga Less Stress is a multidisciplinary project connecting trauma, embodiment, body practices, neuroscience, yoga and art, exploring links and dialogues between them to help us to connect to our human system holistically. For future suggestions or collaborations, please contact us email@example.com Episode created by Živilė Virkutytė Editing and music Irmantas Kašėta
This week comes from day two at Start.coop where the guest speaker was Jonathan Rosenthal, co-founder of Equal Exchange, a $70M, Boston-based worker co-op that pioneered the idea of fair trade food.In the podcast, Jonathan and I talk about why a worker co-op, how that works in practice, the pros and cons of that structure, and a host of other topics.Equal Exchange- equalexchange.coopPost your questions to www.quora.com/profile/Luni-LibesRead the books at lunarmobiscuit.com/the-next-stepSee the results of The Next Step at youtube.com/fledgellcMore advice at lunarmobiscuit.com/blogMusic by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/next-step-for-entrepreneurs/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/next-step-for-entrepreneurs/support
This week comes from day two at Start.coop where the guest speaker was Jonathan Rosenthal, co-founder of Equal Exchange, a $70M, Boston-based worker co-op that pioneered the idea of fair trade food.In the podcast, Jonathan and I talk about why a worker co-op, how that works in practice, the pros and cons of that structure, and a host of other topics.Equal Exchange- equalexchange.coopPost your questions to www.quora.com/profile/Luni-LibesRead the books at lunarmobiscuit.com/the-next-stepSee the results of The Next Step at youtube.com/fledgellcMore advice at lunarmobiscuit.com/blogMusic by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.com
Today's guest on the Successful Pitch is Jonathan Rosenthal, he's an expert at spotting trends and knowing exactly when to make an investment or launch a new startup. All the way back in 1978 he was aware that things were going to be disrupted when the airlines got deregulated and now he's involved with looking at how things are being disrupted in the shipping industry from when products get shipped from China all the way here. He said, "When you look for industries with rapid innovation but their culture has people being slow adopters, they will then be an ideal target to go after." He said, "There's no difference between being too early when you launch and wrong, so timing is everything." He's all about collecting, curating, and analyzing data so you can make smart decisions. Enjoy the episode.