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.
As the podcast passes its 100th episode (airing on April 4th 2019) we are accepting donations and support so that we can continue to release high quality interviews that will remain advertisement free, sustainable and accessible to all. Here’s to the next 100 great conversations!
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Thank you so much for your podcast and the materials you have made available online. I’ve been incorporating your strength training practices in my own practice and in my classes. Weighted squats, deadlifts and lots of lunges. I’ve had Rheumatoid Arthritis since my teens and for the first time ever, my knees don’t snap crackle pop when i climb stairs, or stand up from my yoga mat:)
Love the podcast too! I especially enjoyed the interview with Shante Cofield. She said something that really resonated with me and is guiding me, as a yoga teacher, slowly, toward my niche:)
Latest Podcast Episodes
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This is part one and two of the 100th episode. This episode is like a time capsule, taking us back to the beginning of yoga in Toronto. From falling in love with yoga, to booming business, to debilitating injury and onward, this is quite the story. In this...read more
This is unlike anything we have ever done before, we are telling the story of how yoga culture came to be in Toronto. My mom opened the first Ashtanga studio in Toronto over twenty years ago. This special edition podcast series is like a time capsule going back to a...read more
Julian Ho is a coach, Ironman and ultramarathon champion, and a consultant in health, wellness and fitness. He believes in achieving harmony in the body, mind and spirit through experiential learning, ‘learning by doing’; ‘adaptability’ as the spice of life, and...read more
Carly Stong is a yoga teacher, studio owner, teacher trainer and a member of the leadership team with the Yoga and Body Image Coalition. Her work combines her background in education with science and empowerment. This is a great conversation for all...read more
Jules Mitchell MS is a forward thinker, researcher, mover and shaker who challenges our beliefs about yoga and biomechanics. Jules leads workshops and continuing education courses worldwide and has just completed her new book, Yoga Biomechanics: Redefining Stretching....read more
Bernie Clark is a very familiar name in the yoga community. He has been teaching yoga and meditation since the 1990s, is the creator of YinYoga.com and is the author of several books, the latest being Your Spine, Your Yoga. Bernie’s interests in both science and...read more
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