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Lots of fun questions tonight including:
What is the importance of spinal rotation?
How to reduce the number of water breaks?
How to find a funky smell in the studio?
What to do if a client insists on wearing shoes?
How to direct friends that are interested in becoming a Pilates instructor too?
How to help clients prevent losing their progress when they take a break?
What to do if a client doesn't move on the banana?
How can folded towels help a tight low back?
THIS WEEK: Fun in the Sun:
Playing it “Safe” after a TBI Watermelon, BBQ, hotdogs, and ice-cream…swimming pools, bikinis, flip flops and towels….gardening, picnics, flowers and naps under shade trees….beaches, picnics, road trips, and vacations. What comes to mind when you see or hear these words? SUMMER!
For many of us, we enjoy being outdoors, soaking up the sun and fresh air, working up a sweat gardening or playing in the yard, listening to the sweet tunes of the birds and crickets, and watching butterflies flutter and the bees buzzing by. We also see an increase of outdoor physical activities such as cycling, riding motorcycles, skateboarding, swimming, waterskiing, rock climbing, baseball, and jumping on the trampoline. What do these sports have in common? The need to take precautions to prevent injury, especially brain injuries.
But what about after a TBI….could we still enjoy these activities? How did you adapt to these activities you once loved to do? What are alternative safe activities that we can participate in, enjoy and still feel like we are having fun in the sun?
Join Kevin tonight as he shares his insights about the importance of returning to leisure after a TBI, acquiring new interests and skills, and taking the necessary precautions to have a safe and enjoyable summer season. Tune in tonight at 7:00 PM PDT to learn more and call in to share your own perspective of Fun in the Sun and what works for you!
in Self Help
Personal Power Hour: Interview with Barbie Holder, Certified Professional Coach
What is personal power and how do we actually lose it anyway? Barbie knows and will tell all in this exciting interview. By sharing her own journey of losing her personal power, barely able to support herself and children after a divorce, having to decide between spending her last dollar on paper towels or ramen noodles, Barbie will show us what personal power is, how we lost it and how to gain it back. Barbie is now a coach who works with divorced women, partnering with them to stop settling for the life they ended up with, and start living the life they truly deserve.
You can check out Barbie's website at desiredlives.com
Mark My Words! airs the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month at 9PM ET. Find out more about “Mark My Words!” at www.markmywordsradio.com.
Mark Schall is a Certified Life and Business Coach and the host of Mark My Words! You can find out more about Mark at www.markschall.com
in Video Games
Break out the sunscreen, pack up the beach towels, and don't forget to grab your controllers! Summer is coming, and with it comes the exciting prospect of New Game Releases and the Summer Convention Circuit.
Join the GCR crew as we give our outlooks and previews of this summer's upcoming releases. We'll also map out the Summer Con Circuit so we can all start convincing our friends and family to schedule vacations in CONvenient locations. (Sure, Indianapolis is a great place to spend an August weekend -- you can catch a football game ... and Gen Con, of course!)
Join Sharon for an 8 week tele-class on Mondays
Shifts Happen - Working with the New Energy
Explore and expand your view of Life, the Universe and all that Is. We will talk about and experience the many changes that are happening right now for those of us who have consciously chosen to follow the path of the lightworker. Learn how to navigate the hallways between doorways with truth, trust and passion. To sign up for this workshop and join us as we embark on a new journey in the new paradigm of planet earth see my home page at www.playingwiththeuniverse.com
Starting Monday April 28th at 5:30 pm pacific
Introduction: Welcome to week one of the Shifts Happen Workshop
We entered into the next cycle for earth a few years back and we are just now transitioning into that next cycle and sometimes life can be a bit much especially for those who are currently experiencing some radical changes in their work, home, health, and personal life. Many of us, including me have had big changes in our lives over the past 4 years and the way things work in this new energy has changed how we do things. Many people are looking for new ways to make a living, some of you are going through live changes of partners leaving you either in death or in life, others are needing to relocate, embark on a healing journey or just find yourself longing for making changes that match who you are becoming in this new time for planet Earth.
With all of this change on a personal level, not to mention the changes of a global level, is it any wonder some of us are confused or are waving out white towels in hopes of catching a ride to some other planet?
BlazinRy host Ryan Holmes and co-host Jonathan Weeks go LIVE on Valentine's Day aka Singles Awareness Day for the first ever Friday episode of BlazinRy: Backstage.
Feeling lonely on V-Day? Give us a shout! 917-388-4131. You may also tweet your concerns and questions to @BRBackstage or join the chatroom!
It's a Friday night call-in show on Valentine's Day! Join the party.
Problems at California's state-run facilities climb, despite the much-anticipated new Stockton Prison that accepted its first inmates last July. In six short months, the complex became home to nearly 1,300 men with various medical concerns.
The Stockton facility was developed to reduce prison crowding elsewhere and bring inmate medical care up to constitutional standards. It was opened as a result of lawsuits that showed neglectful health care under CDCR. Prison medical operations have since been managed by Receiver J. Clark Kelso.
Kelso hoped Stockton would be the CDCR's first step toward a permanent solution to its unconstitutionally dangerous health conditions statewide.
CDCR was s confident in the Stockton project, they've tried to persuade courts to return control of the prison system to them since January 2013. However, their confidence was premature.
Due to numerous health & safety issues, Stockton halted admissions as of last week. Inmates' lawyers inspected the sprawling facility after learning of a patient death January 8th. The man bled to death in his bed while calling repeatedly for help.
Some of the more serious issues include:
- a scabies outbreak
-men w/ the wrong sized catheters lying in their own feces all night
- broken wheelchairs
- injured inmates assisting the more infirmed w/transport throughout buildings
- lack of clean towels forcing men to dry themselves with dirty linens
- serious staff shortages preventing bathroom breaks
The concerns at Stockton are sadly not unlike those at Coalinga State Hospital since 2005. Howrver, conditions hsve worsened for CSH residents. They're increasingly fearful as staff members continue to exercise their authority using unnecessary force. Patient abuse is becoming routine and stress levels are high for all men residing at the facility. The crisis continues...
Your heroes head home to New Haven, Connecticut on this Thanksgiving special! BlazinRy falls off the wagon and Weeks nearly kills us all.