Types of Yoga ⎢Daily Dose With Jillian Michaels | Everyday Health

Subscribe for more: full.sc Watch More of this show: full.sc Jillian discusses a controversial viral video of a woman practicing yoga with her two-week old baby, and other extreme yoga practices. She then advises on what styles of yoga might be right for you. Daily Dose with Jillian Michaels Jillian Michaels: fitness expert, life coach, best-selling author and host of Everyday Health’s Daily Dose. Jillian along with her co-host, Janice Ungaro, discusses a range of topics, from exercise and nutrition to finding success in all aspects of life. It is a mix of one-on-one interviews and musings which leads viewers on a journey to unlock their fullest potential. Jillian Michaels Jillian is one of the leading health and wellness experts in the country. She contributes to EverydayHealth.com and is a New York Times best-selling author. She was the trainer and life coach on The Biggest Loser for six years and Losing it with Jillian (NBC) and she has released numerous exercise DVDs. Personalized diet and fitness plans by Jillian are available through Jillianmichaels.com which syncs seamlessly to her mobile application published by Everyday Health. Her mobile app is available on iTunes and receives a 4 star rating. Jillian has a long-standing relationship with Everyday Health, which launched her website, JillianMichaels.com, in 1996. Jillian Michaels Facebook: full.sc Twitter: full.sc Google Plus: full.sc Pinterest: full.sc Janice Ungaro Facebook: full.sc Twitter: full.sc Everyday
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Oncologist and Surgeon by profession, Dr Shantanu Nagarkatti is a Preacher of Bhagavad Gita, Patanjali Yoga Sutras, Yoga Vasishtha, Bhagavata Purana, Upanishads, Teacher of a buffet of Meditational Practices, Pioneer in the use of Mind machines, Neuro Linguistic Programming with Shlokas and Mantras for Religious ecstasy and spiritual awakening, He conducts workshops on Communication Skills, Emotional Intelligence, and is an adjunct Professor of Mind & Body Medicine. This video was recorded in November 1989, a seven day course on the Science of Self Realization.

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14 Responses to “Types of Yoga ⎢Daily Dose With Jillian Michaels | Everyday Health”

  1. I’m glad the baby is in perfect health now, but still she should never have done that to her baby. She could have dislocated the baby’s arms and legs from doing that to the baby and other horrible things could have happened to that baby. I still do not retract my comments. If I saw someone doing that to a 2 week old baby I would be the first to call DCF. I know parenting is hard, I have 2 kids myself, but that is totally out of line. I feel sorry for that child.

  2. My god, calm down. The baby is three years old now and in perfect health. 

  3. Jillian you did an excellent job explaining the different types of yoga. Excellent information about “building up internal heat” vs “enduring external heat”. The style of Hot Yoga comes from the North American perception of India as “hot”. The irony is that in India, they do yoga at dawn & dusk, when it is cooler. It was very hard to watch the baby episode and if indeed it was a real baby, it was dangerous and inappropriate to put a new born through that. Swinging a child around is not yoga.

  4. MessageInABubble October 13, 2012 at 2:42 am

    .. this is seriously not good, I hope they took the kid away from her , or did anything to help it.. it’s horrible

  5. LOCK HER UP!!!!!!!!! That is child abuse for sure!!! Have you ever heard of shaken baby syndrome???!!! Oh my word, please help this child!!!


  7. OMG, I love yoga and love working out with my kids but this is insane now way wd i do this with my child lock her up!!

  8. Didn’t think Janice looked like that. She looks good. =)

  9. Just go outside if we have a temp of 115! You will sweat like a pig, but are you getting a workout? No. You build heat for yoga through the breath. Just my 2 cents.


  10. Hatha Yoga is very good for beginners. Good workout and a great way to relieve stress.


  11. hostclubfreak100 October 13, 2012 at 5:33 am

    I’ve actually cried too. Detoxing emotionally is hand in hand with detoxing the muscle. There is a new kind of Power Yoga that is just a 90-95 degree room… Is that also a no no?

  12. Janice is right! If you haven’t cried in yoga (or right after) you haven’t had a “release”.
    Or it may be possible you haven’t taken yoga long enough, or your instructor sucks.
    Yoga is transformative, and sometime some crazy/crazy/emotional shit comes up.

  13. ohfortheloveofjeezuz October 13, 2012 at 5:39 am

    thank you for making me feel ok about hating “hot” yoga. Some of my friends love it because they sweat so much. I tried it and it made me feel sick. I love Ashtanga (Power) yoga and Vinyasa.

  14. Seeing this video makes you feel shocking. How suprising it was. Thanks Jillian for understanding this about what styles of yoga that right be for anyone.. even me.