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Join guest, author Brian Leaf, live and in person as we chat about yoga, ADHD, colitis, anxiety, Kripalu and The Eight Keys to Happiness.
Brian's new book, Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi, is a yoga memoir worth reading. Humorous and poignant, Brian offers life insights gained through pain, embarrassment, effort and eventually peace and retold with dry wit. He tells of his trials and his triumphs and along the way you root for this unlikely yogi's every success.
Find out the why's and how's of this Garden State Yogi's path and why he felt compelled to share his journey, enemas and all.
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On this week's radio show, author and yoga teacher Brian Leaf shares insights and hilarious stories from his newest book, "Misadventures of a Parenting Yogi: Cloth Diapers, Cosleeping, and My (Sometimes Successful) Quest for Conscious Parenting."
Brian Leaf, MA, is director of The New Leaf Learning Center, a holistic tutoring center in Massachusetts. In his work helping students manage ADD and overcome standardized-test and math phobias, Brian draws upon twenty-one years of intensive study, practice, and teaching of yoga, meditation, and holistic health. He is certified by The New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine and holds licenses or certifications as a Yoga Teacher, Massage Therapist, Energyworker, and Holistic Educator. He also incorporates Bach Flower Essences, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Reiki, Shiatsu, and Tai Chi into his work.
Brian is the author of eleven books, including Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi, Name That Movie!, and McGraw-Hill's Top 50 Skills for a Top Score. His books have been featured on The CW, MTV.com, Fox News, and Kripalu.org.
Brian lives in western Massachusetts with his wife and two sons.
Visit Brian online at www.misadventures-of-a-yogi.com
Brian Leaf is the director of the New Leaf Learning Center and the author of twelve books, including Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi and most recently Misadventures of a Parenting Yogi. His work has been featured in Yoga Journal, Yoga International, USA TODAY, and The Huffington Post, and he blogs for Mothering.com and Kripalu.org. Visit Brian at his website, www.Misadventures-of-a-Yogi.com.
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Come join us on www.chatinthegarden Tuesday, Nov.at 11:30 am est as we celebrate Dianthia Ford-Kee first year as Athletic Director at Mississippi Valley State University and her stellar career as an Change Agent within the NCAA.
Read what the current NCAA VP says about Ford-Kee. "While serving as president of three CIAA schools (Virginia Union, Livingstone and St. Augustine's), I had the opportunity to get to know and view first-hand the coaching and athletic administrative career of Dianthia Ford-Kee while she was at Shaw University," said Dr. Bernard Franklin, NCAA Executive Vice President for Membership and Student-Athlete Affairs and NCAA Chief Inclusion Officer. "Since joining the NCAA in 2003 as a senior executive staff member, I continued my relationship with Dianthia and have had the opportunity to witness her Associate A.D. work at Shaw and A.D. work at Lincoln and know of the numerous NCAA committees she has served on and the respect that the NCAA staff has for her work and leadership in athletics. MVSU is getting a seasoned, highly professional and expert athletic administrator who is viewed as one of the finest A.D.'s in the country. I know that she will do an excellent job at The Valley and Dr. Bynum and the MVSU community and athletic teams are very fortunate to have her aboard as A.D. The NCAA staff and I look forward to a continued strong working relationship with Mrs. Ford-Kee."
After a big win at Minnesota, we turn our attentions to some major recruiting developments, and Indiana week, with Kyle Swick at the Crimson Quarry, SB Nation's Indiana blog. We take stock of the Kevin Wilson era, talk about what makes Tevin Coleman so dangerous, where things went wrong with Indiana, and if they have a shot here (or at least at covering the spread). We also discuss Ohio State's big new offensive line commitment, and who else is likely to fill the few remaining spots in the 2015 class.
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Tune in Tuesday, Nov. 4th 11:30 am est when our guest on Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith will be newly appointed Athletic Director, Selina Kohn of Paine College. Kohn is the first female to lead a collegiate program in the Aiken-Augusta area. She also becomes the second female athletic director in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, joining Penny Minter, of Lane College. Kohn served as Paine’s associate athletic director and senior women’s administrator before taking the program’s top position. She replaces Tim Duncan, who stepped down in July to become athletic director at Clayton State. Kohn served two stints as the school’s interim athletic director. From January to April in 2011, she bridged the gap between Ron Spry and Duncan. She again served in an interim role after the departure of Duncan before getting the job full-time.
From 1990-93, she set four NCAA Division II records, including: most assists in a game (23), assists in a season (309), season-assist average (11.9) and career assists (927, 107 games). After graduating from Albany State in 1994 with a biology degree, she became the team’s assistant coach.
Needing to impress the Playoff Selection Committee, and with a 30 point spread, the Buckeyes came out flat, turned the ball over 3 times, and barely beat Indiana. So Matt and Chuck, along with the callers, break down the game, talk about where things wene wrong, what went right, and what it means for Michigan on deck next week. We also update on OSU recruiting, OSU basketball, and other B1G action.
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I’m looking forward to chatting with Kiki Baker Barnes, the Athletic Director of Dillard University on tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 18th at 11:30 am est Barnes was named Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Athletics Director of the Year, which is a member of the NAIA. She enters her 9th year as AD at Dillard University, and she also serves as GCAC President.
“As President of the GCAC, she took the lead in the hiring of our new commissioner,” said Dillard University President Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough. “They have formed a great team that helped produce a fantastic basketball tournament. Her leadership has been also noted by the chair of the council of presidents.”
Matt, Chuck, and live callers break down everything that happened in the Ohio State-Minnesota snow bowl, as well as other football action from across the noon slate, and Ohio State basketball's win over UMass Lowell to open the season. What do these games mean for the Big Ten? How good is David Cobb? All this and more
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