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48 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
200 Lizette Pompa: Progressing Through Bodyweight Strength Training
The Mindful Strength All Access Membership launches next week along with Pull-Up Club registration. To be in the know click here and add your name to our email list. ___ This episode of the Mindful Strength Podcast is brought to you in partnership with Offering Tree. We love Offering Tree because they provide an all-in-one service for teachers and studios wanting to get their classes and offerings online fast. Click here or go to offeringtree.com/mindfulstrength to schedule a demo and get our special discount. ___ Lizette Pompa is a Yoga Teacher and Fitness Coach. She's been teaching since 2010. In 2019 she launched her app to share her love for both strength training and yoga. Her goal is to empower women to build stronger bodies through weights, yoga, and movement. With her strength programs, she wants to create a space where women feel comfortable to start lifting weights, do yoga and be themselves. To learn more about Lizette click here.
52 minutes | May 18, 2021
199: Rocky Heron: New Paradigms and Possibilities of Practice
If you are interested in taking your teaching online check out offeringtree.com/mindfulstrength (click here). Offering Tree's platform includes everything you need from a website to an online store, appointments, membership, and courses. All for under $20 a month. - Interested in the content we are covering on this podcast? Join the Mindful Strength Membership and get your first 2-weeks for FREE. Practice with us live or check out our library of unique classes. Click here to start your 14-day FREE trial.
40 minutes | May 10, 2021
198: Christopher Bourke - Building Emotional Strength with Energizing Movement
The Mindful Strength Podcast is brought to you in partnership with Offering Tree. To take your classes, courses, website, and appointments online all in one place visit offeringtree.com/mindfulstrength *** About Christopher Bourke: Christopher is a movement instructor, mental health professional, and Mindful Strength admin coordinator. He has worked in the field of mental health and addictions for over a decade and roots his teaching in that experience – placing a strong emphasis on practices that respect, support, and encourage an individual’s innate resilience. Christopher teaches with the hope of helping people rebuild a connection to their bodies, expand their range of (e)motion, and enhance their capacity to handle tough life events. He’s passionate about building spaces that promote a sense of courage, safety and, self-compassion. To take a class with Christopher click here. To learn more about Christopher click here. *** If you are loving these conversations and you want to put everything we are learning here into practice get started with the Mindful Strength Membership. To being your 14-day FREE trial click here.
14 minutes | May 5, 2021
Bonus: How much weight should I be starting with?
This is the question we get more than ever, how much weight should I be starting with? There is no one right answer for everyone, but Kathryn and Kyle definitely have advice on how you can approach your strength training. Most people either start too heavy and get discouraged, or start really light and never progress. This is your chance to hear how both Kathryn and Kyle approach this common question. To start your 14-day free trial of the Mindful Strength Membership and practice online with Kathryn and Kyle click here.
48 minutes | Apr 24, 2021
197 Catherine Cowey: Everything you need to know about hypermobility
The Mindful Strength Podcast is brought to you in partnership with Offering Tree. To take your classes, courses, website, and appointments online all in one place visit offeringtree.com/mindfulstrength *** Catherine Cowey has a range both professional and personal experience working with folks who are on the hypermobility spectrum. Her thirst for knowledge and fascination with the wonder of the human body led her to post graduate work in Kinesiology at San Francisco State University while still working as a personal trainer and assisting in physical therapy clinics. Her practice has continued to evolve over the last 20 years by studying the latest research while also attending multiple continuing education courses in a breadth of modalities such as FMS I and II, PRI (Myokinematics, Respiration), massage therapy, FRC, FR, and several pain education seminars. To learn more about Catherine click here. *** If you are loving these conversations and you want to put everything we are learning here into practice get started with the Mindful Strength Membership. To being your 14-day FREE trial click here.
11 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Bonus: Why are single leg squats so hard?
Kathryn and Kyle talk about what makes the single leg squat so challenging, and what you can work on starting now. From ankle range of motion to basic alignment and loading patterns this mini podcast will help you assess what your body needs. To start your 14-day free trial of the Mindful Strength Membership and practice online with Kathryn and Kyle click here.
43 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
195 Laura Khoudari: Lifting Heavy Things, Healing Trauma One Rep At a Time
This podcast is brought to you in partnership with Offering Tree. Offering Tree helps teachers and trainers get their classes, courses, and services online fast. To learn more about this awesome company click here offeringtree.com/mindfulstrength --- Laura Khoudari is a trauma practitioner, certified personal trainer, and corrective exercise specialist. Widely recognized within the trauma and fitness communities, her work has been featured in Buzzfeed, UpWorthy, Outside Online, Medium, Tonic, and Girls Gone Strong. To learn more about Laura or order the book click here. --- Kathryn and Laura talk about using strength training to support people who are healing from trauma. Laura shares her personal story, and why she didn't always love going to the gym. They talk about back pain, deadlifts, and progressively building your capacity to be able to lift the heavy things life throws your way.
11 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Bonus: Strength Training During Hard Times
In this episode Kathryn shares more about why she got into strength training and gymnastics and how handstand training has helped her through recent stressful events. Handstand Club Early Bird Pricing has been extended, and Kathryn is Day 1 for FREE on April 14th. To sign up for this FREE session (which includes a manual chapter) click the link below... Yes, sign me up for Day 1 for FREE and send me the manual chapter.
52 minutes | Apr 3, 2021
195 Amber Karnes: Marketing is Another Form of Teaching
This episode of the Mindful Strength Podcast is brought to you in partnership with Offering Tree. Offering Tree provides a platform for teachers and trainers who want to get their classes and services online quickly and easily. Kathryn is currently using Offering Tree to host her 300-hour online training. To learn more or schedule a free demo Click Here - Amber Karnes is the founder of Body Positive Yoga. She’s a ruckus maker, yoga teacher, social justice advocate, and a lifelong student of her body. Amber trains yoga teachers and studio owners how to create accessible and equitable spaces for wellness and liberation. She also coaches with human beings who want to build unshakable confidence and learn to live without shame or apology in the bodies they have today. She’s the co-creator of Yoga for All Training, an Accessible Yoga trainer, and a sought-after expert on the topics of accessibility, authentic marketing, culture-shifting, and community-building. - To learn more about the Mindful Strength Membership and putting all these tools into practice click here to start your 14-day FREE trial.
13 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Bonus: How to create your own strength program or sequence
Kathryn and Kyle talk about how to approach strength programming. Kyle has been writing formal weightlifting programs for athletes for the last decade, he shares his experience and relates it back to bodyweight training. Creating a program is about more than just linking hard exercises together. A good program blends push with pull, strength with skill without exhausting the practitioner. These ideas can be used not only for gym training but for home strength practices and yoga class sequencing as well. Kathryn and Kyle share their process with programming the Handstand Club and what they have learned along the way. Want to join Handstand Club? Click here!
46 minutes | Mar 27, 2021
194 Neil Pearson: Moving and Living Well is Possible in Pain
This podcast is brought to you in partnership with Offering Tree. Offering Tree provides a platform for teachers and trainers to get their classes and services online easily and efficiently. Click here to learn more or schedule a free demo offeringtree.com/mindfulstrength - 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 therapists. Neil is founding chair of the Physiotherapy Pain Science Division in Canada, recipient of the Canadian Pain Society’s Excellence in Interprofessional Pain Education award, faculty in yoga therapist training programs, and an author. Neil develops innovative resources, collaborates in research, and serves as a mentor for health professionals and yoga practitioners seeking to enhance their therapeutic expertise. He is co-editor of ‘Yoga and Science in Pain Care: Treating the Person in Pain,’ available Aug 2019. - Neil is our resident pain teacher for our 300-hour YTT beginning April 10th, 2021, click here to apply to learn more about Strength, Science and Inclusion. - To start your 14-day FREE trial and explore all the classes and resources in the Mindful Strength Membership click here.
11 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Bonus: Set yourself up for home practice success
In this episode, Kathryn and Kyle talk about how to set yourself up for consistent home practice. To start your 14-day free trial and practice with Kathryn and Kyle click here.
51 minutes | Mar 20, 2021
193 Madeleine Shen Lopez: Knee anatomy, tree pose, hyperextension and curious questioning
This episode of the Mindful Strength Podcast is brought to you in partnership with Offering Tree. Offering Tree provides an online platform for teachers and trainers to get their classes, courses, and websites online quickly and efficiently. To learn more or schedule a demo visit offeringtree.com/mindfulstrength (or click here). - To learn more about Madeleine's work click here. Madeleine has a degree in biomedical engineering, and is a doctor of chiropractic. Madeleine has been studying Axis Syllabus since 2009, and has trained at the Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, the School of Toronto Dance Theatre, the Toronto Dance Community Love-In and with the Limón Dance Company in New York City. - To learn more about the Mindful Strength Membership click here, start your 14-day free trial and practice with Kathryn and Kyle from home.
16 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Bonus: How to work on handstands (and what not to do)
In this episode, Kathryn and Kyle talk about handstands and what they have learned over the years working with gymnastics coaches. Kathryn has loved handstands since she was a kid, but it wasn't until her early twenties training with gymnasts that she really learned what was required to master this nearly impossible movement. Kathryn puts this to good use in Handstand Club which begins again on April 21st, click here to sign up or learn more.
50 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
192 Jennifer Snowdon: How breathing works and how we can adapt breathing cues
This episode of the Mindful Strength Podcast is brought to you in partnership with Offering Tree. Offering Tree provides an online platform for teachers and trainers to get their classes, courses and websites online quickly and efficiently. To learn more or schedule a demo visit offeringtree.com/mindfulstrength (or click here). - Jennifer Snowdon has been practicing yoga since 2003 and teaching for the last seven years. She has also studied ELDOA, Movement For Trauma with Jane Clapp, and is a Buteyko Breathing Educator. Jennifer now lives in New Brunswick Canada and teaches Buteyko and Science of Breath webinars online. Jennifer is also the breathing teacher for Kathryn and Carly's 300 hour online teacher training beginning in April. To learn more about Jennifer click here
13 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Bonus: Why we love (and hate) lunges
In this episode, Kathryn and Kyle talk about lunges, and why lunges are a key part of any strength training program. Kyle shares stories from his athletic training days, and the pair talk about why lunges can be so much harder than other movements like squats. To practice with Kathryn and Kyle in their online studio membership click here. Sliding scale prices are available and your first two weeks are always free so you can check it out before you commit. Live and recorded weekly classes.
40 minutes | Feb 27, 2021
191 Alex Haley: How to be a mindful tech company with Offering Tree co-founder
Alex Haley is a meditation teacher and former legal and business manager for small and large companies. He also was a co-manager of a donation-based yoga studio and is one of the co-founders of the public benefit corporation OfferingTree, which provides an all-in-one platform for wellness professionals to build a website, manage schedules and registrations, accept payments and coordinate email communication. To learn more about our sponsor Offering Tree click here. - To start your 14-day free trial and practice with Kathryn, Kyle and the Mindful Strength online community click here.
10 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
Bonus: What's happening with the podcast? Updates!
In this episode, Kathryn and Kyle talk updates to the podcast and Membership. Catch these weekly Bonus episodes on Wednesday only on the podcast apps. To practice with Kathryn and Kyle in their online studio membership click here. Sliding scale prices are available and your first two weeks are always free so you can check it out before you commit. Live and recorded weekly classes.
50 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
190 Trina Altman: Yoga Deconstructed
Trina Altman, B.A., NCPT, received her training through STOTT PILATES® and is an E-RYT 500, YACEP®. She’s the creator of Yoga Deconstructed® and Pilates Deconstructed®, which take an interdisciplinary approach to foster an embodied understanding of yoga and Pilates and their relationship to modern movement science. Trina has presented at Kripalu, the Yoga Alliance Leadership Conference and Momentum Fest, among others. Her work has been published in Yoga Journal, Yoga International, and Pilates Style magazine and her classes have been featured on Yoga International and Yoga Anytime. She also consulted for Equinox to help develop their signature program Best Stretch Ever, which utilizes the mobility stick to improve functional range of motion, body awareness, and total body strength and has presented an online training for Yoga International entitled Yoga Deconstructed®: Creative Sequencing with Somatics. Her book, Yoga Deconstructed®: Movement Science Principles For Teaching is available everywhere books are sold. For more information on Trina and her online classes and courses, visit trinaaltman.com. Follow her on Instagram at: @trinaaltman & on Facebook at: Trina Altman Yoga and Pilates. To learn more about our sponsor Offering Tree and get your teaching online efficiently click here to book a demo or get started. To practice with Kathryn join the Mindful Strength Membership. Start your 7-day free trial and get access to weekly live and recorded classes, plus guest teachers. Click here to join our international practice community.
12 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
Bonus: Why are push-ups so hard?!
In this episode, Kathryn and Kyle talk about push-ups and what you need to know to build stronger pushing. Catch these weekly Bonus episodes on Wednesday only on the podcast apps. To practice with Kathryn and Kyle in their online studio membership click here. Sliding scale prices are available and your first week is always free so you can check it out before you commit. Live and recorded weekly classes.
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