Movement Logic Podcast

Movement Logic Podcast

In this episode, Kathryn and Jules talk about what strength training is (and what it isn’t), strength training vs. general fitness, basic biomechanics, the practicality of learning anatomy and making sense of the research. If you are endlessly curious about exercise science and its application to moving and teaching, Jules’ insights into biomechanics and tissue adaptation will both excite and challenge the way you understand the body.

The Thinking Practitioner Podcast

The Thinking Practitioner Podcast

Whitney Lowe and Til Luchau have an in-depth conversation with Jules Mitchell (author of Yoga Biomechanics: Stretching Redefined) about topics like tissue change, flexibility, and hypermobility as they relate to yoga and manual therapy.

Movement Logic Podcast

Mindful Strength #5: Biomechanics of Strength Building

In this episode, Kathryn and Jules talk about what strength training is (and what it isn’t), strength training vs. general fitness, basic biomechanics, the practicality of learning anatomy and making sense of the research. If you are endlessly curious about exercise science and its application to moving and teaching, Jules’ insights into biomechanics and tissue adaptation will both excite and challenge the way you understand the body.

The Thinking Practitioner Podcast

Yoga Strong

Jules Mitchell is a teacher of teachers. She leans into science, where others might turn away, and makes us all the better for it. Jules is leading the way to the conversations that we need to be having.

Movement Logic Podcast

On And Off Your Mat Yoga Podcast

Have you been practicing what you’ve been taught but don’t always understand why you’ve been told to do or avoid certain things in asanas? Or Are you teaching yoga and feeling stuck in your cues? Well, biomechanics might be the answer to your questions. Listen |...
The Thinking Practitioner Podcast

Conversations for Yoga Teachers Podcast

Karen Fabian from Bare Bones Yoga interviews Jules Mitchell, MS, CMT, ERYT500, about her new book, “Yoga Biomechanics: Stretching Redefined.” In this conversation, we’ll cover some of what the book is about along with touching on some of the concepts and...