Behavior Bitches
Behavior Bitches
Dec 23, 2019
WTF is Intuitive Eating?
58 min

On today’s episode we talk all about intuitive eating. WTF is intuitive eating you may ask. Well you’re in luck because we have our girl, professional vegan chef and life coach, Yael Gutin, here to talk all about it. You don't have to think about earning oxygen as a reinforcer so why do we have to do it with food? #UnconditionedReinforcers Tune if you want to jump into this whole intuitive eating thing because we’re #FeelingIt.

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For The Life Of Me
For The Life Of Me
Julie Piatt
142 Protecting The Tongass w/Tyler Yarrow
In this special holiday episode @SriMati and activist @tyler_yarrow_  give thanks for the Tongass region of Southeast Alaska, one of the last untouched forest wildernesses on the planet. In this heart felt connection Tyler and Julie share their personal experience of the awe-inspiring beauty and near-incomprehensible vastness of this sacred region at a time when its environmental protections are being dismantled by the Trump administration via the disbanding of The Roadless Rule. They discuss the life-giving communion of trees and the fright-giving tendencies of bears as Julie recollects her childhood in Anchorage and Tyler expands into her divine life blueprint of protector and guardian of these robust and vibrant ecosystems. Episode Links… Check Tyler’s linkinbio on Instagram @tyler_yarrow_ or her website _ or her YouTube _ Learn more about the region via the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council _ Understand the impact of the Roadless Rule policy here… _ It’s here for the Damanhur spiritual community in Italy... _ And to connect directly with Julie for personal sessions, go here… _ Finally, for delicious, artisanal not-cheese, just in time for the Christmas holidays, you need SriMu… _ (SriMu wheels are perfect for freezing, so an altar box can last for weeks!) Need help to bring your podcast idea to life? Email --- Send in a voice message:
53 min
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast
Shannon Crow
196: 4 Steps to Attract Yoga Students with Steph Crowder
The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast 196: 4 Steps to Attract Yoga Students with Steph Crowder Description: Attracting yoga students to our yoga classes is something we could all use help with. We are also coming up to one of the biggest times for yoga students to sign up for classes - January. This is when people make their New Year resolutions and want to "get back to their routine" or "take care of their emotional and physical wellness". That’s why it’s so important for us to put our offers out there in front of all these people, and having a simple process can help you get started - Steph Crowder (she/her) has an easy and actionable 4-step process to share. Steph Crowder is the Founder & CEO of Courage & Clarity, LLC. She's a former Sales Training Director of a giant tech company who struck out on her own to become a sales coach & business strategist, helping thousands of entrepreneurs across all industries. In 2017, she launched the Courage & Clarity Podcast and grew her business to 6 figures in 9 months. Steph focuses on teaching her clients to sell with ease by building a “small but mighty” community who can’t wait to buy from them through courses, and webinars. Steph is adept at taking a concept like getting more yoga students and breaking it down into easy, actionable steps that you can put into practice immediately. Steph walks us through the 4 steps that will help us to go from an idea for our yoga offer to new registrations and real students. She also explains the biggest mistake that business owners make that keep customers walking right past their offers, and gives us some of her tips to overcome that. If you’re aiming to get more students into your yoga classes in 2021 (or even today!), this is the episode to listen to! Key Takeaways: [6:23] Shannon introduces her guest for this episode - Steph Crowder. [8:12] What is the work that Steph does and who does she do it for? [11:40] Steph's four steps are covered in greater detail in her mini-training, Same Day Sales. [13:27] What is the big mistake many business owners make that keep customers walking past their offers? [16:18] Steph addresses the fact that this process requires some vulnerability. [17:39] Instead of thinking of it as validating your idea, think of this process as co-creating your offer. [18:52] Step 1: Identify your idea. It doesn't have to be something complex or difficult! [22:55] What comes naturally to you that people are always asking you about? [24:21] Step 2: Locate your leads. Steph has a dirty Internet secret about where your leads are coming from. [28:05] Don't think about this step as pitching your network. Think about it as opening up conversations. [31:33] Step 3: Co-create your offer. Approach this from a place of curiosity. [35:11] Shannon shares a few examples of how co-creating an offer has (and creating offers in a vacuum hasn't) worked for her. [37:54] Shannon and Steph discuss why you should focus on uncovering the pain or pleasure point you are addressing in your co-creation conversations. [38:33] Someone's willingness or unwillingness to pay is a reflection of how well they understand the transformation. [39:27] Step 4: Tweak and book. Steph shares an example of how she used this in her own business. [44:24] Do it scared! You don't need to have a perfect offer before you put it out there. [44:53] What should you do if you follow these steps and you offer doesn't get the traction you're looking for? [46:42] What does Steph recommend if you're sending emails and posting on social media but still not seeing students sign up? [50:01] Check out Steph's podcast, The Courage & Clarity Podcast, to learn more from her. [50:16] Steph has some tips for you around selling. [52:31] Shannon shares her key takeaways from this interview with Steph. Links: * Steph Crowder, Courage & Clarity * Courage & Clarity Podcast * Crickets to Customers * Same Day Sales Mini-Training * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 180: Sticky Note Secret for More Students with Shannon Crow * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 162: Fill Your Yoga Workshop with Mado Hesselink * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 049: Grow Your Yoga Student Base [Part 1] with Shannon Crow * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 050: Grow Your Yoga Student Base [Part 2] with Shannon Crow * Fill Your Classes 3-day Challenge with Amanda McKinney * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 043: Minimum Viable Income with Steph Crowder * The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast Episode 177: How to Connect (aka Network) with Natalie Eckdahl * Year on the Wall with Steph Crowder * The Connected Yoga Teachers Facebook Group * Pelvic Health Professionals Gratitude to our Sponsor Schedulicity. Quotes from this episode: "The big mistake that most people make... is creating your offer in a vacuum." - Steph Crowder "The core of the Same Day Sales Process is using real human beings, with real experiences, real problems, real desires to help you shape your offer." - Steph Crowder "Every single person who's listening to this has innate talents and abilities that have been so ingrained in you, you totally don't realize they have value." - Steph Crowder "Personal network is so overlooked!" - Steph Crowder "Where are potential customers hiding in my everyday life that I'm not thinking about right now?" - Steph Crowder "Once you open up the conversation, it is so much easier to get a customer, yes, but also to understand if they're not going to become a customer - why?" - Steph Crowder
57 min
The ABMP Podcast
The ABMP Podcast
Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
Ep 52 - Postsurgical Scarring, “I Have a Client Who …” Pathology Conversations with Ruth Werner
Can a client with extensive scarring from multiple surgeries for breast cancer have improved pain and range of motion with just a few sessions? It seems implausible, but it happens more than you’d think. Helpful resources: Dynamic angular petrissage on YouTube Massage Therapy Without Borders Scar Tissue Management CE Course Traumatic Scar Tissue Management Notes: Franchelli, S. et al. (2012). “Breast Implant Infections after Surgical Reconstruction in Patients with Breast Cancer: Assessment of Risk Factors and Pathogens over Extended Post-Operative Observation.” Surgical Infections 13, no. 33 (2012): 154–58. Lewis, P. A., & Cunningham, J. E. (2016). “Dynamic Angular Petrissage as Treatment for Axillary Web Syndrome Occurring after Surgery for Breast Cancer: A Case Report.” International Journal of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork 9, no. 2 (2016): 28–37. Sinha, I. et al. (2017). “Late Surgical Site Infection in Immediate Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 139, no. 1 (2017): 20–8. Wilk, I. et al. (2015). “Application of Tensegrity Massage to Relive Complications After Mastectomy—Case Report.” Rehabilitation Nursing: The Official Journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses 40, no. 5 (2015): 294–304. This podcast sponsored by: Books of Discovery Anatomy Trains Oakworks Host: Ruth Werner Additional articles by Ruth Werner: “COVID-19–Related Complications” “Skipping a Beat: Cardiac Arrhythmias,”
13 min
Listen To Your Body Podcast
Listen To Your Body Podcast
Steph Gaudreau
How Racial Identity Can Impact Your Relationship With Food w/ SharRon Jamison
Learning how to put yourself in someone else’s shoes is critical for understanding the political, pathological, and personal ways in which black women and women of color experience their relationship to food. The truth is, food affects people differently, especially when it comes to their racial identity, and it is only by shedding the societal ‘should’s’ and outdated believes that we can soar higher. Key Takeaways If You Want To Better Understand Why Food Is Political, Pathological, and Personal You Should: * Hold space for the anger of black women and women of color * Stand with black women and women of color in solidarity * Do not shrink into shame but instead shine in power * Ask how best you can support black women and women of color * Become committed to the sisterhood and stop living from a scarcity mindset * Understand the lasting effects of food insecurity and racism * Create space for people to work through their pain without trying to rescue them * Embrace the incredible journey of discovering your own soul * Let go of the beliefs that undermine your gifts and strengths Putting Yourself in Someone Else’s Shoes with SharRon Jamison SharRon Jamison is a teacher, leader, minister, author, entrepreneur, and life strategist who is passionate about helping others be who they were born to be instead of settling for what society has told them to be. Through her own experience with racial injustice, eating disorders, and the patriarchy, SharRon breaks down boundaries and exposes inequalities so that women can come together and heal as a community. Down With the Patriarchy The patriarchy that we have been socialized into thrives by pitting women against each other and forcing a scarcity mindset. We are told not to trust other women and to compete with them as if there is only room for one of us at the top. While there is evidence of a light being turned on in America, we are still at the beginning stages of this illumination. SharRon sees the first step to dismantling the patriarchy as white women coming together and standing with black women and women of color. Next, we need to embrace our ability to not shrink in shame but rather to shine in our power. Thirdly, white cis-gendered people need to be vocal about asking marginalized communities how they can provide support. Finally, by being committed to the sisterhood, we can spread the education necessary to stop wounding people of color. Racism, Food, and the Diet Industry Food is political, can be pathological, and is very personal. Many things may impact your ability to be healthy that are not directly in your control. This plays into the patriarchal system by keeping those oppressed and giving them very little opportunity to rise up from that oppression. The BUGS (beliefs that undermine your strengths and gifts) that society has told you to believe are true are keeping people suffering. SharRon wants you to remember who you were before society told you that you were not enough, and work to help others without the same privileges to stop being ignored by this broken system. Equip yourself with the tools, remember who you are, and advocate for other people so that we can step into the illumination that so many desperately need to see. Have you ever connected the dots between systematic oppression, patriarchy, diet culture, and racism? Share how you are working to heal the ‘sister wound’ through sisterhood in the comments on the episode page. In This Episode * The four steps that you can take to come together with other women and heal the collective wounds of the patriarchy (9:03) * Personal ways that being a black woman has altered SharRon’s relationship with food (15:29) * Why food carries different political, pathological, and personal weight for women of color (18:32) * How your racial background and socioeconomic status can impact your health and wellbeing (24:01) * The importance of decolonizing your thinking and connecting your history to your density (28:15) Quotes “We are being used as puppets to wound each other. And when we are aware of what is happening, we will stop wounding each other and start winning with each other and change the entire status quo.” (8:05) “Just like a fish does not know they are swimming in water, sometimes we do not know that we are swimming in this toxic pool called white supremacy.” (11:32) “I think that it is really, really important that people see how racism touches every aspect of their lives. So now, a lot of black women are not getting help, and anytime you don’t get help, you don’t get hope.” (18:10) “People are hurting, and it is overlooked because when you are a person of color, you don’t have visibility. Or you are deemed as less valuable. So I feel pain, but I also feel pride. I feel pride because, despite limited resources, people find a way.” (24:42) “Who were you before society told you who you were? You were amazing before you were socialized to be second class, before racism, before sexism, before ableism. You came to the world amazing, greatness is in your DNA!” (28:47) Links Join the Tune In Membership Here SharRon Jamison Website What Not To Say To Women Of Color by SharRon Jamison Dare To Be Me Program Deciding To Soar 2: Unwrapping Your Purpose by SharRon Jamison Follow SharRon on Facebook | Instagram Join the Listen To Your Body Newsletter Steph Gaudreau Website Check out the full show notes here! Follow Steph on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest I'd really love it if you would take 1 min and leave us a rating and review on iTunes!
40 min
Kristen Howerton
Talking with Adoptee and Adoptive Mom Jillian Lauren for National Adoption Month | Selfie Podcast Episode 153
I'm talking adoption with my fellow adoptive mom (and adoptee herself) Jillian Lauren. We've been friends for a long time and both adopted internationally and also from foster care. We get a little misty reading parts of our memoirs about bringing our boys home, and talk through what we've learned about love (and about ourselves) from the experience. In this episode we talked about: Everything You Ever Wanted: A Memoir  Keto-BEAM for Keto Electrolytes Hydralyte All-Natural Electrolyte Hydration Powder Sticks Viteyes Blue Light Defender Gummies Necessaire in Sandalwood  Molton Brown London in Orange and Bergamot  Malin & Goetz in Cannabis   Thanks to Himalaya Botanique for sponsoring this episode of the Selfie podcast. Himalaya Botanique— the toothpaste that’s free from fluoride, SLS, and artificial colors and flavors, but bursting with foam and flavor! Enjoy 20% off your purchase of Himalaya toothpaste, using discount code 20SELCARE on Amazon. To learn more about Himalaya Botanique and Ayurvedic wellness visit More than 160 million projected voters cast their ballot this year -- shattering records. We want to know what motivated you to participate in an election that will help us deliver a democracy where we all can thrive. We've heard from first-time voters, those who stood in line for hours, and those who were moved to tears knowing how important their vote was. If you, or someone you know, had trouble voting, or if there's any other experience you'd like to share... Let your story be heard now. Visit to join the fight for voting rights today. Paid for by The Leadership Conference Education Fund.
1 hr 5 min
She Explores
She Explores
Ravel Media
Where is All the Plus-Size Snow Gear? Part 1
For people who wear plus-size apparel, it’s often downright impossible to find the gear necessary to get out and stay warm, safe, and dry on the mountain. That’s what this two-part series is about. In part one, we talk with Marielle Elizabeth. Marielle is a photographer, model, fat advocate, and the writer of a viral essay in The Cut titled “Apparently, I’m Too Fat to Ski.” Marielle speaks first hand about the need for plus size winter apparel, as well as the changes she’d like to see across the outdoor industry. In part 2, we hear from Mon Balon, the founder of Plus Snow - an online retail shop that sells plus size snow gear to fulfill the need that Marielle speaks of. Part 2 is available now in your feed. Featured in this episode: Marielle Elizabeth _Hosted & Produced by __Gale Straub_ _A production of __Ravel Media_ _Sponsored by __Danner__ & _ _IKON Pass_ Join the She Explores Podcast community on Facebook Visit & Follow Us on Instagram Resources * Featured in this episode: Marielle Elizabeth * Website * Instagram: @marielle.elizabeth * Marielle's Essay in The Cut: "Apparently, I'm Too Fat to Ski." * Unlikely HIkers * Plus Snow * Ravel Media Sponsors and Discount Codes * IKON Pass: Learn more about 20/21 winter season at * Danner: Learn more about the Danner Trail 2650's. Episodes air weekly on Wednesdays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. Music is by James Childs and Kazi Jay via MusicBed
37 min
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