The Myth of Going It Alone. A Conversation with Chase Bossart
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In this episode of Doing Differently, I have a conversation with Chase Bossart. Chase is the executive director of Yoga Well Institute. He's also a teacher of Yoga teachers. In this episode, we discuss why it I important to have someone guide us in our healing and personal development. We talk about why it makes much more sense to have someone work with you and support you in your transformation and healing.
In this episode I had the opportunity to interview Chase Bossart. Chase is a Yoga Therapist and Director of the Yoga Well Institute. We spoke about his background and experience in yoga and yoga therapy, we delved into what is Viniyoga and some of the tenets or values of the Viniyoga lineage, and we discussed the role of breathing and meditation in Yoga Therapy.Explore meditation and breathing with the Yoga Well Institute. Go to www.yogawell.com/free-month and sign up for free, today!Support the show (https://innerpeaceyogatherapy.com)
Episode 25 - Healing of Subtle Body with Chase Bossart
Wisdom of Yoga Podcast
Healing of Subtle Body with Chase BossartIn Episode 25 of the Wisdom of Yoga Podcast, Chase Bossart shares his journey to India to study healing practices of yoga. Chase shares with us :The deeper promise and practice of yogaPractices to heal the subtle bodyThe power of pranayamaFind this episode on Apple Podcasts & StitcherLeave a review to help make it easier for others to find us and benefit from these discussions. Thank you!Listen Here About the Guest:Chase is a long time, private student of Mr. TKV Desikachar and has spent more than 4 years in Chennai studying yoga. An exceptionally clear communicator with extensive experience in the therapeutic application of yoga, Chase travels frequently to present workshops and trainings on a wide range of yoga and yoga therapy topics. Chase also regularly develops yoga interventions for scientific research. He formerly served as the Director of Therapy and Education at the Healing Yoga Foundation in San Francisco for 6+ years.Where to find Chase:WebsiteFacebook
Chase Bossart is a teacher and practitioner of Viniyoga, a holistic approach to yoga, and the founder of Yoga Well Institute, at Yogawell.com. We speak about balancing your system (mental and physical), coming alive, and Chase shares a breathing technique for calming your system and reducing anxiety.
Season 3 Episode 2: Chase Bossart - Yoga Therapist
The Yogapedia Podcast
For over 20 years, Bossart was the private student of T.K.V. Desikachar studying Viniyoga. Bossart is a certified International Association of Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) and E-RYT 500 yoga teacher. Bossart is also the Director of the Yoga Well Institute and Co-Director of Yoga as Therapy North America (YATNA). Today, Bossart travels around the world to present workshops and trainings on yoga and yoga therapy. Bossart also regularly develops yoga interventions for scientific research, and he formerly served as the Director of Therapy and Education at the Healing Yoga Foundation in San Francisco. In this episode, we talk with Bossart about how yoga influences our physical bodies and what the true meaning of yoga really is. Listen in as we discuss how yoga was brought to the west and how it influences our prana.
PREMIUM Seth Powell and Chase Bossart - "On Patañjali’s Yogasūtras"
J. Brown Yoga Talks
Seth Powell and Chase Bossart come together with J for an in-depth debate into the nature and substance of Patañjali’s Yogasūtras. They discuss whether the sutras and the commentary are written by the same person, differing views on what the text says yoga is, whether it involves stilling the mind to reach a liberation beyond this world or a means of finding clarity and purpose in having this existence, distinguishing between mind and consciousness, and the power of deep yogic inquiry. This episode is sponsored by Karmasoft. This episode is part of our premium podcast subscription. To subscribe and support the show… GET PREMIUM.
Chase Bossart on God: The Yoga Sutras vs The Bhagavad Gita
Chat&Chai: Yoga Talks from Miami Life Center
We recently had the pleasure of hosting Chase Bossart for a workshop at Miami Life Center on the teachings of The Bhagavad Gita, part of our month long course Ashtanga Practitioner’s Intensive. This text along with The Yoga Sutras are crucial in guiding the path of a yogi. Held side by side, they compliment as well as contrast each other and we thought it would be interesting to dive into the concept of God in this regard. Listen in as Chase so skillfully presents the structures of The Yoga Sutras and The Bhagavad Gita and how and why God or Isvara fits in. Is it necessary to turn to ‘God’ on the path of the yogi? What is the role of a God in the yogi’s mind? Tune in to scratch the surface of what these spiritual texts have to say. Chase is a personal student of TKV Desikachar since in 1991 with a B.A. in Eastern philosophy from Colgate University (1992) and a M.A. in Religious Studies & Indian Philosophy (1996) from University of California (thesis on Patañjali’s Yogasūtra). He lived and studied at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai/India 2003-2004. Yoga teaching has been Chase’s sole occupation since 2003. He is a former Director of Therapy & Education at Healing Yoga Foundation with a private practice and an internationally traveling yoga therapist. Today, Chase directs The Yoga Well Institute, offering training programs and online classes. If your interested in learning more from Chase and joining his online classes visit https://www.yogawell.com
PREMIUM Chase Bossart - "Patañjali’s Yogasūtras, Samkhya, and Gita"
J. Brown Yoga Talks
Chase Bossart, founder of Yoga Well Institute, is a longtime student of TKV Desikachar and friend of J’s who returns to the show to shed some light on the essence of yoga with an unconventional view of Patañjali’s Yogasūtras, Samkhya, and Bhagavad Gita. They discuss whether Patanjali wrote the commentary of his sutras, Chase’s reasoning for looking at the sutras alone, misconceptions about the definition of nirodhah and other terms, and a universal picture of yoga based on perception and knowing. This episode is sponsored by Karmasoft. This episode is part of our premium podcast subscription. To subscribe and support the show… GET PREMIUM.
In this episode of Chat & Chai, we have a very special guest. Chase Bossart coming from San Francisco, was in Miami this summer to teach our Ashtanga Practitioner’s Intensive students the Bhagavad Gita and an introduction to Sanskrit and Vedic Chanting. Chase has been teaching in our past 4 month-long intensive courses and each time we learn something new, each time gaining a fresh perspective on these ancient teachings.This time he also shared with us his understanding of the Yoga Sutras in his talk on Pratyahara or ‘withdrawal of the senses’ and the 5th limb along the 8 limb path of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. Taking us into the ‘internal’ limbs, he breaks down the traditional interpretations and explains them to us in a way we can relate to our modern day world. As always, our MLC students chime in, sharing their ideas and finding ways to understand what pratyahara actually looks like in practice.These last four limbs especially, are difficult concepts to grasp for their intangibility and experiential qualities, but with guidance from experienced and knowledgeable teachers like Chase, it becomes a bit more familiar. Listen in to keep going down this 8 limb journey with us, to become more intimate with the teachings of yoga and gain insight into why we get on the mat.To learn more about Chase and Yoga Well Institute visit www.yogawell.com
Today on the podcast, I sit down with Yoga Therapist Chase Bossart to discuss what yoga is, how it's used, and what can be achieved through the art and science of yoga therapy. IMPORTANT LINKS! If you want to learn more about what chase does, check out www.yogawell.com And if you want to take the dive into becoming a certified yoga therapist, check out Yoga Well's next info session! Let them know Abi sent you! ;) And be sure to follow Chase and Yoga Well on all the social medias! Yoga Well on Facebook Yoga Well on Twitter Yoga Well on Instagram And here's a little more about Chase: Chase was introduced to Mr. TVK Desikachar in 1991 during a college study abroad program in Chennai, India. As part of the program, Mr Desikachar taught a semester-long course on the Theory of Yoga. Needless to say, it was life changing. Chase was hooked & has devoted his life to living & teaching the therapeutic yoga taught by Mr. Desikachar. Chase is the Director of the Yoga Well Institute and Co-Founder of YATNA (Yoga as Therapy North America). Previously he was the Director of Therapy & Education at the Healing Yoga Foundation for 6 & 1/2 years. He speaks fluent (though slightly rusty) Mandarin and lives happily in the Bay Area with his wife Elizabeth. Currently, Chase teaches the full application of yoga through advanced yoga & yoga therapy training programs & workshops across the US. He also offers continuing education online courses on the philosophies of yoga & meditation. Students find Chase to be an exceptionally clear communicator, presenting these teachings in a way that is easy to integrate into daily life. If you want to learn more about me and what I do, check out my website here: www.abirobinsyoga.com And if you want to be the first to know what's up with me and when new episodes drop, sign up for my email list here: https://www.abirobinsyoga.com/email-signup