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join us Wednesday night as we chat with Emily Slonina! Emily is a certified Trager practitioner as well as a Yoga instructor, and is a member if the International Yoga Therapist Association. Her workshop at the festival is suitable for just about everyone, including students with Fibromyalgia, MS, and Parkinsons. We'll chat with Emily about how she works the teachings of Edgar Cayce, EFT, Reiki and more into her yoga teaching style, and we'll also talk to her about her own healing jour
Robin Schwoyer, founder of Happy HeARTs Yoga, is on a mission: to bring the benefits of yoga to children with autism and their families.
April is Autism Awareness Month and Robin is in full swing encourageing friendships, increasing learning and promoting healthy hearts, minds and bodies.
Join host Donna Freeman as we discuss how to create engaging, welcoming and effective kids yoga classes which meet the needs of children on the autism spectrum.
If you want to improve the life of someone impacted by autism be sure to tune in and enjoy Robin's many stories and practical tips from her extensive experience and expertise.
Donna Freeman, founder of Yoga In My School and Kids Yoga Academy hosts a discussion on the religion/education/yoga debate when it comes to teaching children.
Guests Karma Carpenter Shea, founder of K-12YOGA, Rachel Glowacki, Kids' Holy Yoga Director, Lisa Flynn, founder Yoga 4 Classrooms & ChildLight Yoga, and Lynea Gillen, Yoga Calm, will delve into spiritual health for children.
Wondering if yoga is a religion...get the answers here.
How spiritual health is addressed through children's yoga classes whether they be religion based or not Should spiritual education be addressed in a public school setting How to teach yoga without religious connection How a Christian based kids yoga program works And much more. Join the discussion - LIKE Yoga In My School on Facebook and share your opinion.
This will be one Hot Show... Our very Special Guest will be Brad Colwell of Vancouver, BC. Brad is a long time Bikram Yoga studio owner - He owns Bikram Yoga Metrotown in Vancouver. He is also President of the Canadian Hatha Yoga Federation and trainer to a number of Professional Athletes. We will talk all about the benefits of competition in yoga - and training professional athletes to boost their careers. We will also ask Brad what makes Bikram Yoga so Hot..!!
Master yoga teacher and author Michele Hebert will enlighten us on the real meaning and benefits of a proper yoga practice.
YOGA AND THE MIND Recent brain research shows that meditation and yoga practices change the workings of the brain, promote neuroplasticity and allow you to achieve new levels of awareness. We are conditioned in so many ways to operate from one level of awareness. In this interview Michele will discuss her book The Tenth Door:An Adventure Through the Jungles of Enlightenment and share ways to break through mental conditioning and fixed belief systems to awaken to your full potential.
Emily Bennington specializes in two distinct forms of career transition: college students entering the workforce and women leaders entering executive management.
Her work deep dives into what Stephen Covey famously referred to as "the space" between stimulus and response where she challenges executives to choose mindful, values-centered action. Emily is the author of Who Says It's a Man's World: The Girls' Guide to Corporate Domination and the coauthor of Effective Immediately: How to Fit In, Stand Out, and Move Up at Your First Real Job, a book she wrote with her first boss and mentor Skip Lineberg.
Emily has led training programs for numerous Fortune 500 companies and has been featured in business press ranging from CNN, ABC, and Fox to the Wall Street Journal, Glamour, and Cosmopolitan. She is also a contributing writer for Monster.com and a featured blogger for Forbes Woman.
Emily can be reached online at www.emilybennington.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/EmilyBennington, and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/EmilyBennington.
Emily Kinney author of the amazing book, The Island of Lote visits The Wealthy Speaker Show with host Paul Lawrence Vann.
Emily has always wanted to write a book and she shares what her journey has been like since she first discovered her passion for writing. Emily is from Maine and shares with Blog Talk Radio listeners her creative and out of the box storytelling gift.
The Island of Lote was written with the reader in mind, meaning Emliy captures that rare quality people seek...IMAGINATION.
Tune in, listen in and call in to ask Emily Kinney questions about her lifelong passion for being an author, insights about the Island of Lote and much more at (646) 595-4797 and or join us in the web chat room: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paullawrencevann
Learn more about Emily Kinney: idjitmind.wix.com/emilykinneyauthor
Join Garrett on a SPECIAL SUNDAY MORNING edition of Rated G Radio with Special Guest Star Nicole Smith! Nicole will be talking about:
Vision Based Coaching
Listen to The Danny Tisdale Show on the Harlem World Magazine Radio Podcast show with host Danny as talks Harlem rial line history with founder Emily, founder of iridetheharlemline.com. She is a Metro North train rider, a history lover and a rider of the Harlem Line all her life.
The site is a collection of her train-related thoughts, observations, photographs, and travels, as well as her never-ending hunt for intriguing Harlem historical artifacts.
Listen live on Tuesday, May, 7th, at 2 pm here.
Danny talks about the latest Harlem news on Harlem World Magazine Facebook, and HW's Harlem History site on Facebook, Twitter and HarlemWorldMag.com.
Welcome to Everything Yoga: Smart, Simple & Straightforward with your host Meagan McCrary, giving yoga a real voice from a practical perspective.
L.A.-based yoga teacher and freelance writer, Meagan McCrary has immersed herself in the American yoga scene, taking classes, researching and interviewing prominent teachers for her upcoming book, “Pick Your Yoga Practice: Exploring and Understanding Different Styles of Yoga” (New World Library, 2014). Over the upcoming weeks she will be breaking down the most popular yoga styles, starting on today’s podcast with Bikram Yoga.
Twent-six poses and two breathing exercies done in 105-degree heat with 40 percent humidiity for 90 minutes—Bikram Yoga is going to challenge you on every level of your being. Meagan will not only explain, in detail, what the practice entails but also offer her take on the good, bad and ugly of Bikram Yoga. The ugliest lately being the scandal involving style founder, Bikram Choudhury, who faces sexual harassment charges from a former student and studio owner.
To connect with her visit: facebook.com/meaganmccraryyoga and please feel free to message Meagan with any questions concerning yoga, and she'll do her best to address them on the show.