Yoga Philosophy

  • 4 Phases of Mind in Yoga History Satsang w/ Austin Richman

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    In this live recording form Cambio Yoga on February 28th 2019 Austin Richman talks about how the four phases of mind in yoga history are meaningful to us now to help utilize and understand the practices better. Please enjoy this or for more info check out the recent blog or podcast on the same topic.

     

  • A Little Info About The Deities

    This week guest writer Suzanne Mariska Bishop chimes in on the deities of yoga and their significance in the practice.

  • Blog on 4 Phases of Yoga History and Why it Matters to Teachers and Students of Yoga

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    In this installment of Yoga Living Project Austin Richman shares a blog on the 4 phases of yoga history inspired by the writings of Gregor Maehle. If you have dipped your toes in the deep ends of Yoga philosophy and ever wondered how to make hay from any of it this little piece of info just might be the helpful hint you have been waiting for to help you to navigate the depths. We encourage you to listen and read as they both contain some different info so please enjoy and let us know what you think, in fact you will have the perfect opportunity this week as Austin will be holding a community satsang on February 28th, 2019 at 7pm both at Cambio Yoga and on Facebook live. The event is donation based but watching online doesn't cost you anything, but only those in person will have their chance to speak, share and ask questions.

     

  • Cambio Community Satsang 11-12-17

    In this episode of Yoga Living Project podcast Austin Richman guides an open format satsang with the community members of Cambio Yoga where they discuss how to be grateful for the way in which the practice is supportive, how showing up as your best self allows others to see it within you and encourages them to do the same, and much more.

  • Cambio Community Satsang on History of Yoga w/ Austin Richman 7-17

    This week on the Yoga Living Project Podcast we discuss not only how yoga came to be over the last 5,000 years but also ask some of the deeper questions like: Who are we? Where do we come from? Why are we here? Where are we going?

  • Cambio Community Satsang on The 8 Limbs of Yoga

    Cambio Community Satsang on the 8 Limbs of Yoga

  • Cambio Learn and Lounge: Sankalpa & Vikalpa w/ Amber Richman

    This video is from a Cambio Learn and Lounge about Sankalpa & Vikalpa with studio owner Amber Richman. It's all about working with the heart's deepest desire to overcome fear and self sabotage.

  • Cambio Satsang #1 Yamas w/ Austin Richman

    The first Cambio satsang on the yamas. Listen in to learn about how yoga asks us to consider one another.

  • Cambio Satsang #2 w/ Austin Richman: Niyamas

    The niyamas are the sustaining practices for any seeker on the spiritual path. In this discussion we will cover how they relate to our modern life and some practical perspective and application to make sure that as we navigate throughout our life we do not lose ourselves in the hustle and bustle.

  • Creating Abundance & Aligning with Dharma by Austin Richman

    Photo of Austin in Side Plank at Shoshoni Yoga Ashram

    Austin is here for you this week with some insight on what it really takes to create abundance in your life and how it reflects your ability to fulfill your life's purpose. This might be particularly poignant during this time of national social distancing where we have all experienced a loss of some sort. If this sticks out to you, you might consider joining Amber Richman & Erika de la Cuadra for their Align with Abundance Workshop and 40 Day Mantra Challenge starting next week, 4/28. 

     

    Do you have insights that you would like to share on the Yoga Living Project? We are always looking to feature content about your experiences with all things life, love, learning and yoga. Email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to share your thoughts!

     

  • Ida, and Pingala, and Sushumna... Oh My! By Kristen Mack

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    We just couldn't get enough of the Subtle Body exploration last month, so Kristen Mack returns for this week's installment of the Yoga Living Project to discuss nadis (energetic channels). Read below for Kristen's insights and suggested practices! As always, if you're interested in contributing material for the blog, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Introduction to the Yamas & Niyamas: The Ethical Guidelines of Yoga by Michael Lloyd Billington

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    Guest author and fellow Colorado yogi and blogger, Michael Lloyd Billington, offers his work (from his own blog ironically titled the “Living Yoga Blog”) on the ethical guidelines of yoga: the yamas (how you treat others; external disciplines) and niyamas (personal duties or observances; inner disciplines). The Yamas and Niyamas are the first two of the eight limbs of yoga, they are the home base that you can endlessly return to to find your footing on the yogic path.

    Read below to expand on these fundamental principles, and reach out to Austin to share your future ideas for the blog at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     

     

  • Om: Community Satsang w/ Lora Lantz

    Ever wondered about why we om, what it means or where it comes from. Listen in to hear Lora lantz talk all things Om from history to meaning to how to do it properly...

  • On the Power of Mantra with Amber Richman

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    This quick video is about the power of mantra, how it effects the koshas (our aspects of self), and how it can slow and reverse our samskaras (deeply latent tendencies). Amber and Erika will be beginning a 40 Mantra Meditation Challenge this Friday from 5:45-7:45 followed by a facebook group to track progress, share ideas, and deepen the work.

  • Podcast on The 4 Phases of Yoga History and Why it Matters

    Austin tecahing yoga in park

    In this installment of Yoga Living Project Austin Richman shares a podcast on the 4 phases of yoga history inspired by the writings of Gregor Maehle. If you have dipped your toes in the deep ends of Yoga philosophy and ever wondered how to make hay from any of it this little piece of info just might be the helpful hint you have been waiting for to help you to navigate the depths. We encourage you to listen and read as they both contain some different info so please enjoy and let us know what you think, in fact you will have the perfect opportunity this week as Austin will be holding a community satsang on February 28th, 2019 at 7pm both at Cambio Yoga and on Facebook live. The event is donation based but watching online doesn't cost you anything, but only those in person will have their chance to speak, share and ask questions.

     

  • Sthira Sukham | By Kristen Mack

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    Kristen Mack tackles Sthira-sukham asanam in this week's installment of Yoga Living Project. Read below to learn more about this approach to asana (the yoga poses) derived from the Yoga Sutras of Pantajali. Do you have a topic you’d like to cover? Email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!

  • Vlog with Two Tips to Calm Your Mind with Pranayama by Amber Richman

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    We're honored to feature cambio. Yoga owner, Amber Richman, offering tangible advice on how to calm the mind using pranayama. Click the below to watch the video or read the transcript and let us know what you think! Do you have something you'd like to contribute to the blog? If so, email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • What is the Subtle Body Anyway? By Amber Richman

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    We're excited to say that this week's installment of the Yoga Living Project comes from cambio. Yoga Owner & Co-Founder Amber Richman! Amber shares her thoughts on the Subtle Body as well as a pranayama technique. Read below to learn about the subtle body including chakras, vayus, koshas and more. Do you have an experience or topic you'd like to share with our readers? If so, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be featured.

     

  • What is Yoga? Vlog by Amber Richman

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    Amber Richman is back with another Vlog to break down how yoga philosophy answers the pertinent question, What is Yoga? Click the below to watch this installment of the Yoga Living Project and you just might get one of your life answers questioned in this 3 minute video. What is yoga to you? We want to hear! Email Austin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with anything you'd like to contribute to the project.

     

  • YLP with Amber Richman on the Pancha Maya Kosha model

    In this Video Amber sits in with YTT alumni to chat about the Pancha Maya Kosha model from the Upanishads. This video was taken from our Biannual Learn & Lounge where graduates and current students of Cambio School of Yoga get together for a 2 part meeting. The first of which is this video where the talk revolves around sadhana, what that is, and how it addresses the means for caring for all five aspects of the individual and of course what those aspects are. The second part of the Learn and Lounge is the lounge part where we sit, chat and eat, sorry that part is not included but please note that the video really gets started at the 14 minute mark so don't worry about rewinding it as it will start there, please share and enjoy!

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