Magical Realism: Relationships with Self, Another & Religion with Talia Sutra & Ezra Baderman
The Walk Home
In this episode the host, Kayla Nielsen, interviews married couple Talia Sutra and Ezra Baderman.This episode is longer than usual, but it’s worth a full listen for insight, contemplation, and heartwarming connection.Talia and Ezra share their love story from both of their perspectives.They each share what brought them unexpectedly to Israel (where they met), and how their contact evolved over their months apart.Each of them open up about their emotional experience while being together and apart, describing all of the intricacies with eloquence and an easily relatable manner.Talia and Ezra explain how they each had a strained relationship with their birth religion (Judaism), and how that changed after deciding to move permanently to Israel.They dive into their separate and collective experience of embracing their culture and background, all the while falling in love with one another.They share about their seemingly fast proposal and then wedding, as well as their difference in wedding preferences and family dynamics.They talk about how they swung from one end of the spectrum to the other with religion, and how they’ve now landed in what they describe as a “peaceful” place and middle ground.Talia and Ezra share about the rebirth of their entire family during the birth of their son, Akiva, and also briefly on their current life in Tel Aviv.For all of the details, make sure to tune into the full show!Email us a screenshot of your 5 star rating and review and we will send you two exclusive yoga classes by Kayla.email@example.comFind us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thewalkhomepodConnect with us on social media: IG: @thewalkhomepod, Facebook: The Walk Home PodcastFollow our host on Instagram: @kaylalanielsenFollow Talia:Instagram: @talia_sutra Her Classes: https://www.taliasutra.com/love-and-all-is-coming Follow Ezra:Instagram: @ezrabaderman ADS:Solara Suncare: https://solarasuncare.com/GLOW Yoga Retreats: https://www.glowyogaretreats.org/
Episode 31- Talia Sutra: Finding Love Through Yoga & Veganism
Yoga Is Vegan
Born in Israel, Talia, along with her family relocated to New York early in her life. Curious by both nature and nurture, Talia was brought up by soulful, caring parents. She was first introduced to yoga and meditation at age 6, when her mom integrated these practices into her lifestyle to beat lymphoma.Love has always been the flame lighting the way.Talia sees nothing as external to her studies: She has learned impeccable skill and technique from masters of ballet, yoga and art. Equally, she finds sensitivity, intuition and insight are to be found through stillness, silence and connection with the seemingly ordinary world around us and that ultimately no teacher is greater than the one within.Talia has recently relocated to Tel Aviv where she lives with her husband Ezra and their son Akiva.She is excited, humbled and honored to spread her love of yoga worldwide and is grateful for all her teachers and students.Holly Skodis & Talia Sutra discuss in this episode:Julia Planine-Troiani (YIV podcast episode 22)Talia's first introduction to yoga with her mother.Dr. Will Tuttle (YIV podcast episode 7)Yoga To The PeopleDance and the relationship to the SelfAsana and its role in the system of yogaBody image, eating disorders and how they have been changing in the past 10 yearsSisterhood and the Divine feminineTel Aviv and the vegan communityEffective forms of activism & best practicesRegenerative farmingRaising children veganAsana & bringing deep consciousness to the bodyRemoving blocks in the body & using poses as a reflection of you.Alo MovesConnect with Talia:Website: taliasutrayoga,comInstagram: @talia_sutra Ellen Ruben x Talia Sutra Vegan Shoes & Bags www.ellenruben.com
In this episode I am talking to world renowned Yoga teacher Talia Sutra from Israel. Her backbends have become her signature and message for the world. Talia talks about the effect backbending has on the body & mind how you have to teach the world what you know best how to hold space for others the physical and emotional connection of backbending how the neck is the connection between animal and human expression how healing has to do with what we we believe in Talia Sutra has been practicing movement, dance, yoga, meditation and veganism since childhood. She sees nothing as external to her studies and has learned impeccable skill and technique from masters in the world of ballet and art alike. Talia has studied and practiced many forms of yoga including Bikram, Dharma, ashtanga and various forms of vinyasa. She has combined years of experience into her own unique blend of seamless, creative vinyasas and intense, focused hatha stillness. Her classes inspire joy, alignment, breath and focus. She offers a deep understanding of traditional asanas and specializes in both the theory and practice of backbending postures, for which she has created a method.Talia believes that yoga practice is a window to self realization. Equally, she finds sensitivity, intuition and insight are to be found through connection with the seemingly ordinary world around us and that no teacher is greater than the one within.
Born in Israel, Talia, along with her family relocated to New York early in her life. She was first introduced to yoga and meditation at age 6, when her mom integrated these practices into her lifestyle to beat lymphoma. Talia has recently relocated to Tel Aviv where she lives with her husband Ezra and their son Akiva. I met Talia when she visited Dublin at the tail-end of her European tour. If you find this podcast valuable you can support it directly by visiting kevinboyleyoga.ie/support-the-yoga-life-podcast Thanks to this week’s sponsors: OHMME Apparel: Men’s clothing with movement in mind, leveraging technology to minimise the impact on the environment. Save 15% OFF your order at ohmme.com/theyogalifepodcast with promo code “KEVIN”. Yogaru. Beautifully crafted yoga sequencing cards that support your self-practice and help you build class plans. Save 10% OFF your order at yogaru.ie with promo code “KEVIN”.
Talia Sutra (Talia Peretz Baderman) was born in Israel and, as a child, moved to New York with her parents, both of whom have had a deep impact on her spiritually. Yoga and meditation entered her life when she was just 6 years old, when she witnessed her mother’s faith in yoga to help heal her lymphoma. Talia has been teaching yoga herself for about 9 years. More recently, she moved to Jerusalem on a whim, and since then, she’s become a mother and a life partner to her husband, Ezra. She continues to teach around the world, write, and share every day. In this episode, you'll hear from Talia on: Two ways to become a prisoner of your body, and how she manages to stay free A telltale indicator that we are not existing and operating in 'love,' and how to course correct Why many people are afraid of empty space and presence, and how that fear can create fragmentation and dissatisfaction How Talia consciously frames her perspective around pain and discomfort for the better Announcements: Join me this fall for workshops in NYC (Yoga & Fitness Herald Square), Miami (Original Hot Yoga 305) and Richmond, VA (The Yoga Dojo + Hot Yoga Richmond): henrywins.com/events Apply to the Jan 2019 200-hour teacher training at Lighthouse Yoga School, and get $100 OFF your tuition with referral code HENRYWINS: henrywins.com/events Links from this episode: The Prophet by Khalil Gibran — Talia's recommended book The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are by Alan Watts — Talia's recommended book A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle — Talia's recommended book The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle — Talia's recommended book A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson — Talia's recommended book Get in touch with Talia! taliasutrayoga.com — Talia's website Talia on Instagram
In this episode, we skip the written essay and focus in on the interview. This week, you will hear from Talia Sutra - an influencer, yoga teacher, incredible mama, and deep soul. Her Instagram features her inspirational writing as well as stunning photos. In this episode, we go in-depth with Talia on how motherhood has changed her, including her birth story and what #loveandalliscoming really means.