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Updated April 2020
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Each month, I'll receive an artist or someone who changed the origami world for the best. Should you be a creator as well, a compulsive folder or a curious mind, you will have the opportunity to experience their creative process. From confirmed artists to new talents, from all over the world, we will talk about what drives them creatively, about their inside vision of origami. Alongside these interviews, I will entertain you with book reviews, origami spotting and podcasts suggestions.
 
Avez-vous l'impression de courir partout et de ne jamais pouvoir 'décompresser'? Aimeriez-vous ne plus vivre avec le stress et être plus ouvert aux opportunités? Pendant ce show Sandy partage des outils d'Access Consciousness™ qui peuvent aider à réduire voir éliminer le stress. Access est un ensemble d'outils et processus énergetiques qui permet de créer le changement en toutes le domaines. Vous pouviez téléchargez ces shows comme podcasts sur ITUNES (cliquez sur 'itunes') Lisez plus à prop ...
 
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Across the world and throughout myths, legends and religious texts pomegranates have been symbolic of wealth, fertility and good luck. The pomegranate has been a popular feature and motif in artworks, literature, ceremonies and culinary offerings from all over the world. A modern day superfood yes…but people throughout time and place have known of …
 
I was wondering... Do podcast and origami have something in common? On the top of my mind, I would say yes, even if it's not obvious. Both can be practiced alone. Some paper and a book. A mike and a computer. But in the end, you'll find a great community to reach out to. A community that will help you improve. A community you can contribute to. In …
 
Sometimes, a new and strange idea will pop in your mind. And you know what ? You should follow this idea... Each year, during the World Origami Days, folders and origami artists promote origami around them. I was wondering how this podcast could join the movement. And this crazy idea hit me. I should give a long-distance origami-lesson to another p…
 
If you've been folding origami for some times, you certainly have some stacks of chiyogami and other patterned papers in your drawers. They look nice, sure, but you never find a suitable model to use them… Well, don't give up! Listen to Viviane Berty, my guest today, and get inspired by how she challenged herself into designing marvelous models for…
 
Exploring the historical links between food and fashion plus a chat with fashion designer and artist Emilio de la Morena. Emilio was my very first guest for Episode 1 which was all about quince and now he’s my latest guest for Episode 30! We discuss his latest creative endeavours as a painter; the fashion and food events we have been hosting and ho…
 
Bonjour, tout le monde! Les étirements, la mobilité et mobilisations sont très à la mode, et ce n’est franchement pas très compliqué. En fait, comme beaucoup de choses qui sont bénéfiques pour notre santé, le plus dur est… de le faire! Dans cet épisode, on explore ce que signifie la mobilisation, pourquoi c’est bénéfique peu importe votre condition…
 
Bonjour, groupe! Ah, les glucides! On les adore, on les déteste, ou on adore les détester. Mais haïr ou aimer quelque chose sans connaître ses fonctions n’est pas vraiment productif. Dans cet épisode, on aborde le sujet de pourquoi cibler les glucides pourrait être productif, à la fois dans une optique de santé et de performance. Bonne écoute! Vinc…
 
There is a saying that behind every great man is a great woman. But, as for today's guest, I dare say that behind him were, once, three little girls. Without them, he might not have emerged as the successful artist we know. So, if you wanna know how Gachepapier's origami path started, stay with me. Welcome to Precrease & Collapse. About Gachepapier…
 
Bonjour, groupe! Un programme d’entraînement de base, général, n’est pas très compliqué à faire et offre des retours intéressants en terme de qualité de vie. On pourrait même le comparer une liste de cases à cocher – est-ce que toutes les cases sont remplies? Si oui, super – on a travaillé toutes les aptitudes essentielles d’une routine de mouvemen…
 
Bonne (longue) fin de semaine à tous! J’espère que vous allez profiter du week-end pour relaxer, et le podcast de cette semaine s’intéresse à l’opposé de la relaxation : le stress. On parle ici de stress psychologique – celui qui nous empêche de dormir, celui qui fait que notre cerveau est rempli d’idées qui rebondissent dans notre crâne comme une …
 
Bonjour, groupe! Un outil puissant pour manipuler notre composition corporelle est la consommation de protéines. Si la consommation est inadéquate, on s’expose à une plus grande faim (donc une surconsommation calorique) et une récupération inadéquate (donc un potentiel de gains athlétiques ou simplement de confort limité). Pourquoi? Et surtout, com…
 
Bonjour, groupe! Dormir est une autre chose en apparence si simple mais qui donne tellement de fil à retordre aux gens! Certaines choses sont une évidence (ne pas consommer de stimulants comme du café avant de se coucher, par exemple), mais certains comportements que l’on adopte couramment nuisent à notre capacité à s’endormir… sans que l’on sache!…
 
Bonjour, groupe! Cette semaine, le « talent » est d’apprendre à s’hydrater. Banal, direz-vous? Pourtant, savez-vous combien d’eau un corps humain a besoin par jour? Quels paramètres demandent de consommer plus d’eau? Saviez-vous que l’eau toute seule n’est peut-être pas la meilleure boisson pour s’hydrater? Comment le faire alors? Il vous faudra éc…
 
On a tous déjà arrêté un entraînement parce qu’on le trouvait trop difficile. On a tous déjà regardé un de nos camarades de classe ou partenaire d’entraînement avec envie car il ou elle continuait quand nous on arrêtait. Dans une perspective des santé, c’est important de savoir récupérer, mais c’est également important de savoir ouvrir la machine e…
 
This is the trailer for season 01, announcing the guest and release date of the first episode ! Follow me on Twitter and Instagram, @PrecreasePod, and check www.precreaseandcollapse.com for more info, transcripts and translations. Subscribe on Ausha, iTunes and about everywhere you find your podcasts. Trailer recorded and edited by me, Stéphane Gér…
 
La semaine passée, nous parlions de faim et de l’importance de dominer son sentiment de faim. Le contraire est aussi vrai : certaines personnes vont manger jusqu’à être pleinement bourrées, pour parler en termes vulgaires. Cela n’est pas facile pour le système digestif d’endurer une si grande quantité de matière dans l’estomac : la qualité de la di…
 
Voici le premier épisode de notre séries de podcast sur « La santé en tant que talent ». N’oubliez pas d’écouter le podcast d’introduction sur le sujet! Dans cet épisode, on vous demande de développer l’aptitude d’accepter votre sentiment de faim. Le terme « Hangry » (hungry-angry – affamé-fâché) est à la mode, mais ne devrait pas l’être. Vous ne d…
 
Welcome to Precrease & Collapse, an origami podcast. Starting September, each month, I'll receive an artist or someone who changed the origami world for the best. Here is the first teaser, I hope you'll like it ! Follow me on Twitter and Instagram, @precreasepod, and check my website for more info. Subscribe on Ausha, iTunes and about everywhere yo…
 
They are associated with luxury but historically this has not always been the case. They live in all oceans, yet I am partial and prejudiced to those from New England. Today it's the food history and food art of lobster. My guest Greg Weekes shares his insight and stories as a Cape Cod Lobsterman. Their form and colour have inspired artists through…
 
Heat from the body can soften it making it more pliable and chewy. Chewy is a key word around its etymology. It’s a tree sap that is dried in the sun from only one place, the Greek island of Chios. It’s all about mastic, or mastiha in Greek or by it’s poetic name Tears of Chios. I’ll look at its history, rarity, value and its many uses. There's art…
 
It can fluctuate from flavour profiles of bitter, tart, sweet and juicy…you can choose from thin or thick cut, even no cut! Thinking of it likely brings several things to mind - oranges, whether you are actually into it or not and perhaps Paddington Bear? This episode is going to look at marmalade and all the twists and turns of it’s origins, etymo…
 
"Marine Style" flask with octopus, Aegean Civilisation of Crete, the Late Minoan Bronze Age from c. 1500-1450 BC Throughout the world and throughout time, people and cultures have both revered and feared this eight-limbed, legendary Cephalopod - the octopus. We’ll look at the mythology and folklore of the octopus, their physiology and behaviour; wh…
 
Notes: ?0 - 1.00: ? intros? 1.00 - 9.35: ? Gooseberry history, etymology, pairings, Egton Bridge Gooseberry and world’s biggest gooseberry, banned in the USA, Enclosures Act ?9.35 - 14.20 ?Still life paintings by Dutch artist Adriaen Coorte, landscape painting by British artist Isabel Naftel, contemporary painting by Indigenous Australian artist Ke…
 
Orso Tosco, author of Aspettando i Naufraghi This episode it's the zucchini aka the courgette and their stunningly beautiful flowers. As my guest was Orso Tosco, the Italian author who has just published his novel, Aspettando I Naufraghi. For his topic Orso chose fiori di zucca or courgette/zucchini flowers as they feature in his novel and are one …
 
This episode looks at where rhubarb came from and how it traveled the world. I look at the changes from how rhubarb was first used by humans to how it is enjoyed today. We'll learn about the etymology of rhubarb, the need for albarelli drug jars and then there's the utterly interesting link between rhubarb and the Zoroastrian creation myth. I'll sh…
 
At Christmas-time and New Year we drink more of it than ever and it seems perfectly acceptable to be cracking open bottles of bubbly before noon or anytime you have guests round. It’s also the perfect gift to bring round, a ribbon tied round the iconic bottle. Bubbly is a great aperitif, can finish off a meal, be paired with liqueurs or drank on it…
 
This mini-episode is just a little taster, chocolate will get a FULL ON episode in the future, here we are just focusing on Christmas chocolates such as chocolate coins, chocolate tins and trays. From its roots in South and Central America cacao has created joy and good tidings everywhere it has gone and we love to gift it, share it and gorge on it…
 
It's the mid point between Christmas and New Year…we might benefit from a break from the excesses. We can't go cold-turkey from the excesses of non-stop food and drink so a gin and tonic or a bit of sloe gin is a welcome comfort. The Sloe, or wild Plum, is the fruit of the Blackthorn found in the hedgerows. By autumn these small fruits are oval, bl…
 
How do you eat your chutney? What is your favourite cheese and chutney combination? Today’s Christmas food is chutney. Since the last 12 Foods of Christmas episode featured cheese, it would seem only fitting that we follow that up with chutney. I have often been asked by Spanish or Italian friends or customers what a chutney is. Chutney originated …
 
It’s a perfect symphony of seasonality. Many cheeses that we enjoy at Christmas have been made in the summer and are just coming in to peak maturity around the holidays. What’s your cheese? British classics or continental cheeses? Are you someone who goes for the cheese board rather than a pudding? Luckily at Christmas you can sample ALL the cheese…
 
In the 5 or 6 weeks prior to Christmas is when clementines, satsumas, manderins and tangerines come into season and join forces to dominate the fruit bowl. Their flavours and essences appear throughout our food, drink and traditions throughout Christmas. Find out about the roots and origins of oranges and the differences between the easy-peelers. W…
 
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