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187 Julie Wiebe: Redefining The Core

187 Julie Wiebe: Redefining The Core

About Julie Wiebe Julie Wiebe, PT, DPT has over 24 years of experience in both Sports Medicine and Pelvic Health. Her passion is to return women to fitness and sport after injury and pregnancy and equip pros to do the same. This passion led her to pioneer an...

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186 Best Of 2020 Podcast Part 2

186 Best Of 2020 Podcast Part 2

The Best Of 2020 Podcast | Part 2 - To learn more about Kathryn and Carly's 300-hour training Click Here. Building Resilience 30-Day Practice Progression | Try Day 1 For FREE! The Mindful Strength Membership | Click Here Experience 4 FREE Online Membership Classes:...

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185 The Best of 2020 Part 1

185 The Best of 2020 Part 1

The Best Of 2020 Podcast | Part 1 - To learn more about Kathryn and Carly's 300-hour training Click Here. Building Resilience 30-Day Practice Progression | Try Day 1 For FREE! The Mindful Strength Membership | Click Here Experience 4 FREE Online Membership Classes:...

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184  James Crader: Mindset and Movement in Pandemic Times

184 James Crader: Mindset and Movement in Pandemic Times

About James Crader James Crader's work is about helping people access their personal power as they connect more deeply with their Self and Others. He's a Resiliency Expert focusing on movement and mindset coaching. He's a creative and artist who expresses his...

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183 Rochelle Miller: Redefining Trauma-Informed Movement

183 Rochelle Miller: Redefining Trauma-Informed Movement

About Rochelle Miller Rochelle creates spaces for embodied movement; through education of primary principles of movement, she offers a unique blend of Yoga, Trauma-Informed Yoga from New Leaf Yoga, and movement that empower students to explore movement as a practice...

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182 Neil Pearson: Pain Science and Yoga | Repost

182 Neil Pearson: Pain Science and Yoga | Repost

About Neil Pearson Neil Pearson is a physiotherapist and Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia. He is an experienced yoga teacher, a yoga therapist, and creator of the Pain Care Yoga training programs for health professionals and yoga...

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181 Diane Bruni: Life and Death on My Own Terms

181 Diane Bruni: Life and Death on My Own Terms

About Diane Bruni Diane has been at the forefront of the yoga scene in Canada, she was the first Ashtanga teacher in Canada, founder of the Downward Dog Yoga Studio, and creator of 65 episodes of Breathing Space Yoga After decades of ‘traditional’ yoga, Diane became...

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180 jamilah malika: Towards an Embodied Understanding of Power

180 jamilah malika: Towards an Embodied Understanding of Power

About jamilah malika abu-bakare jamilah malika abu-bakare makes anti-oppression accessible to mindfulness practitioners by connecting the two as practices. her skill relating anti-oppression as a practice akin to our mindful movement practice is rooted in her work as...

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Mindful Strength Podcast

The Mindful Strength podcast began in 2017 as a DIY project in my living room. Over the last two years it has grown into a full production that features the leading voices in yoga, movement, body politics and rehabilitation. This show also documents the continuation of my own learning as a yoga teacher turned movement educator and it provides top level information for teachers and trainers who are interested in diversifying their understanding of the body. I aim to bring complex topics to the forefront using simple language so that anyone interested in learning more about strength and movement can join the conversation.

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As a teacher, I consider myself a life long learner. As such, I love to see what other teachers are putting out there and how they present the work that is most meaningful to them. Kathryn loves learning too, and she presents her passion (Mindful Strength) clearly, intelligently, progressively, and with humility.

She is always learning, exploring and folding this new knowledge into her ongoing online offerings. Her fresh and non-dogmatic presence is simply delightful! Experience this delight for yourself: checkout her Mindful Strength Podcast.

In my opinion it is one of the best yoga related podcasts available! 

Carrie Owerko

Yoga Teacher, New York City, US

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