Amber Karnes: Body Positive Yoga

  • October 14, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Amber Karnes is  a yoga teacher, social justice advocate, and the founder of Body Positive Yoga.  Amber is a pioneer in the yoga community making noise for marginalized populations and people of all shapes, sizes, genders, races and abilities.  For Amber,  yoga has been an integral part of a decade-long journey toward self-acceptance and body …

Charlie Reid: Movement Science and Subjectivity

  • September 28, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Charlie Reid is a fitness professional and unique movement educator based in San Francisco , California. His health-first approach looks at mobility as an indicator and a pre-requisite of physical health that precedes all other movement qualities. Charlie has a particular interest in examining and interpreting the scientific literature on–but certainly not limited to– stretch …

Leslie Kaminoff: Yoga Anatomy

  • September 23, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Leslie Kaminoff is a yoga educator and internationally recognized specialist with over four decades’ experience in the fields of yoga, breath anatomy and bodywork. He is the co-author of best selling book, “Yoga Anatomy,” co-founder of The Breathing Project, as well as creator of yogaanatomy.net and popular online publication e-Sutras, which see participation from around …

Schuyler Grant: Wanderlust and Life

  • September 16, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Schuyler Grant is an entrepreneur, artist, yoga innovator, mother, and the co-creator of Wanderlust, a community and touring festival in support of you living your best life.  In this candid interview with Schuyler, we learn more about her work and her journey, that took her from film  and production to full time yogi and beyond. …

Sarah Selecky: Embodied Writing

  • September 6, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Sarah Selecky is a writer and educator who believes that good writing needs heart, consciousness, skill, and presence. Her community of writers is over 10,000 people strong and she approaches writing as both an art and contemplative practice. Her    method is a hybrid of literary craft and unapologetic love.  Sarah encourages feeling images and …

Mindful Strength Practice: Shoulders

  • August 30, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Welcome back to the Mindful Strength Summer Practice Series! This is our last practice episode in the series and its all about shoulder strength, pushing and pushups. At Mindful Strength we ‘re pretty big fans of pushups but we know that’s not the case for most people. Today we’re breaking down upper body strength in …

Carl Paoli: Freestyle Connection

  • August 27, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Carl Paoli is  a movement professional, coach and author, whose passion lies in sharing the language and beauty of  basic human movement with others. After years of competitive gymnastics, Carl’s studies took him across the globe introducing him to new sports, communities and career callings   in the fitness industry, becoming a household name in Cross-Fit …

Mindful Strength Podcast: Meditation

  • August 16, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Welcome back to the Mindful Strength Summer Practice Series! Today we are engaging with a meditation practice the Mindful Strength way. Kathryn has a personal approach to mediation that she shares with you here, as a sitting practice hasn’t always come easily for her. If you feel like mediation is not your thing, if you …

Sarah Court: Movement Logic

  • August 9, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Sarah Court is a California based Doctor of Physical Therapy, the creator of  Quantum Leap and a long standing yoga teacher whose work is grounded in  anatomy and movement science with a focus on continuing eduction for movement teachers. Sarah is a wealth of body knowledge and we are excited that she took the time …

Mindful Strength Practice: Chair

  • August 2, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Welcome back to the Mindful Strength Summer Practice Series! Today’s practice is a chair practice. At Mindful Strength, we are all about inclusive movement practices and this is perfect for anyone who can’t easily get down to the floor.  We encourage you to try this practice no matter your ability as it is great for …

Elke Schroeder: One Animal Movement

  • July 27, 2018
  • Mindful Strength

Elke Schroeder is a Toronto based dancer and movement teacher, who has been studying life in motion since a young age. From judo to many forms of dance to yoga to Fighting Monkey Practice, Elke now practices and guides an embodied movement practice inspired by the parts that make the whole. Kathryn and Elke have …

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