Best Barefoot podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Barefoot Radio
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Barefoot Souls
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Barefoot Souls wants to inspire everyone to think deeply about their faith in a way that remains open, honest and constructive.
 
Turn Your Juice Back ON! It's time to start FEELING GOOD! Vibrant Potential means living life without limits. No pain. Bursting with energy & life. Contributing to your family, your community, and the world in your special unique way. Feel freedom to choose the life you want.Welcome to Vibrant Potential. A podcast helping you overcome stress, fatigue, and chronic health challenges as well as optimizing your performance in fitness, relationship, and business. We use integrative health solutio ...
 
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Speaking Of Wealth
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Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
Enhance your energy, lose weight, boost your performance, and look better than ever in your bathing suit with the Get-Fit Guy! If you want to begin an exercise routine and don't know where to start, or if you've been working out for a while and aren't getting the results you want, host Brock Armstrong will give you the tips you need to reach all of your fitness goals. Get expert information and advice on everything from toning your arms, butt, and abs, to blasting fat fast, to running a 5K a ...
 
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Real Rover
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John Craig, (a.k.a. Echan deravy) born in Scotland, has lived multiple lives as an expat in Japan. He has been an entrepreneur in the West and the East, has written and translated over 40 books on new paradigm science, spirituality, travel and ancient civilization as well as translated works on consciousness, health and ecology. As a documentary film maker he has recently produced 'Why on Earth' about a barefoot walk across Iceland as well as 'Earth Pilgrims' filmed in six different countrie ...
 
Looking at life through the lense of growing old Dis-Gracefully barefoot,plant powered,debt free, minimalist. Conscious consumerism is a choice and deliberate deviation from marketing messages delivered by the unseen controllers. Take control of your health, strength and happiness
 
What kind of hijinks did you get up to as a kid? Did you climb trees? Did you run around outside barefoot? Did you eat raw cookie dough? Maybe you wanted to do these and other crazy things, but you weren't allowed… Let me ask you this: what if your children wanted to? Would you let them? If you hesitate there, well, you're in the right place. The We Turned Out Okay podcast is where we learn the hows and whys of hovering less and enjoying our young children more. You get to learn from host Ka ...
 
Milk Street Radio travels the world to discover how food and cooking are changing lives and cultures, from $13,500 melons in Japan and computer-generated cookie recipes to the home cooking of Ina Garten and Egyptian fast food in Berlin.
 
Radio New Zealand daily and weekly programmes
 
Best Of Late Night Comedy Podcast · Bill Maher · Samantha Bee · Colin Jost · Michael Che · James Corden · Stephen Colbert · Jimmy Fallon · Seth Meyers · Jimmy Kimmel · Trevor Noah · Conan O'Brien
 
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ShanLawson
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This is The Barefoot Nurturer - Coaching for the Soul
 
Evansville On The Rocks, hosted by The Barefoot Professional, is a growing library of personal thought catalogs and conversations with others spurring from thoughts, opinions, and interactions mostly rooted in Evansville, IN. Topics bounce between mental health, entrepreneurship, motherhood, societal boundaries, and WHATEVER ELSE! Here we believe that all positive growth and change starts with open and honest communication; whether it be with yourself or with your peers. Our mission is to cr ...
 
A modern day legend, Robin Hood is an archetypal hero of the common people who goes to great lengths to famously take from the rich and give to the poor. Luckily he is not alone in his mission, as his righteous views are shared by his band of Merry Men, a group of yeomen, and together they pursue an end to injustice and oppression. Set in medieval England, the tale begins with the introduction of a young archer, who is provoked into conflict and committing a crime against the formidable Sher ...
 
Simply Folk has aired over one hundred interviews and studio performances from both long-time and up-and-coming folk musicians. We're happy to create this separate website and podcast of these recordings.
 
A podcast from a keen parkrunner - how to get involved with parkrun, parkrun anecdotes, your stories, tips and ideas all about parkrun!
 
A Few Good Physios podcast is a journey through the physical therapy/strength & conditioning industry, told by the view points of Dr. Eric Munõz and Dr. Leonidas Scantalides. Both are seasoned NYC clinicians with their own practices (Integrated PT² and On Point Sports Care) specializing in orthopedic outpatient care and strength/conditioning. Episodes range from clinical commentary on various injuries to featured guests, discussing industry trends, new evidence, and popular orthopaedic treat ...
 
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Guys with Feelings
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Jaemin and Gabe are childhood BFF’s whose lives went in radically different directions. Jaemin dove into spirituality, nomadism, and communal living, while Gabe organized political movements, read nerdy history books, and got married. Yet they’ve always been able to meet somewhere in the middle and learn from each other’s journeys.Join Guys with Feelings as they continue their lifelong exploration of the ideas, influences, epiphanies, and yes – the feelings – that make them better men.Find a ...
 
Learn internet marketing strategies you can use for free or inexpensively to attract better customers and grow your profits. Specializing in information product creation, social networking, Web 2.0, and teleseminars. For bonus downloads, and members only benefits, grab your free IMSR Backstage Pass.
 
There are some movies that simply traverse the limits of time. Movies that never age and always speak sublime truths to us all. These are the movies that will last forever. These are the movies we long to discuss. These are the Classics.
 
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Jenifer Madson
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Helping you develop a relationship with money that brilliantly supports what matters to you most!
 
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Retribe Podcast
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Surfing, life principles, and storytelling.
 
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The Pacific Games Council remains hopeful the Northern Marianas can still host the 2021 Mini Games depsite the Government indicating it will pull out, Manu Samoa lock in a rematch against the Wallabies, Tonga's new netball coach looks long-term and the Papua New Guinea Hunters find themselves in an early-season crisis.…
 
Kiwi independent comedy-drama Hang Time - love, laughs, wine and social media! Directed by Casey Zilbert.
 
Isn't it romantic is an affectionate spoof on romcoms - starring Aussie stars Rebel Wilson and Luke Hemsworth.
 
Destroyer sees the normally ladylike Nicole Kidman cutting loose as a burnt-out ex undercover LA cop on her last chance. Directed by Karyn Kusama (Aeon Flux)
 
Simon Morris looks at three films that all have an Australasian angle.
 
University of Canterbury Psychology Professor Julia Rucklidge joins us to talk about how our dietary patterns affect our mental health - particularly in times of stress and trauma.
 
New Zealand Blood Service says the number of appointments to donate blood has doubled since the Christchurch terror attacks, and it's incredible to see New Zealanders rallying together.
 
As the first burials of the mosque victims got underway today, Muslim surgeon Dr Eddie Khanafer gave a tearful account of his efforts to save a four-year-old victim.
 
The son of security guard Goran Milosavljevic, killed by a single punch, says his death has left a hole in his heart that will never go away. Jayden Kokiri appeared for sentencing this morning.
 
Geir Lippestad, the lawyer who represented Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people in Norway's worst terror attack, says it's important the gunman behind the Christchurch massacre is tried in an open court.
 
Victim Support has begun making payments to people affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks - after receiving $7 million in donations. So where is the money going, and how quickly are people getting it?
 
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has summoned the Turkish ambassador to New Zealand for a "please explain" after inflammatory comments made by the Turkish President after the mosque attacks. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has done the same.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
This Friday, one week from the Christchurch attack, and on the Muslim holy day, mosques across Auckland will open their doors to people of all faiths to remember the lives that have been lost. Alex Perrottet reports.
 
While police are working hard to re-open Linwood mosque at least one worshipper says he will never be able to pray there again, and after the mass shootings is too scared to go to any mosque. Tofazzal Alam tells Lisa Owen how he's now afraid of strangers.
 
International flare ups - relating to Turkey and Islamic State - have proved a distraction for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who met with students, paramedics and the Muslim community in Christchurch today.
 
Christchurch Hospital staff said two men with glass wounds ran through the front door of the emergency department to tell staff there had been a shooting and to expect more patients. They went on to receive 48 patients in less than an hour, with one surgeon breaking down as he described treating a four-year-old girl who had been shot in the pelvis.…
 
"I should be lying beside you"....that's the heart-breaking tribute from a son who survived the Christchurch mosque shootings as he buried his father Khalid Mustafa and brother Hamza Mustafa today. Checkpoint visual journalist Logan Church was there.
 
One of the questions that a lot of us are asking ourselves after the mosque killings is: who are we now as a nation? On the day this happened Jacinda Ardern what's become a catch-cry "This is not who we are". Our Panelists Fatumata Bah and Peter Fa'afiu tell us who they think we are.
 
At least one person has been fired for watching the video of the Christchurch mosque shootings, while others have been dismissed for sharing it with workmates. Cyber Research is a company which monitors internal computer use for around 50 workplaces and also says many of those companies monitored had three to five employees look up the video at ...…
 
Friday's Christchurch mosque shootings has seen the launch of activisim on several fronts. A petition calling for a ban of semi-automatic weapons is doing the rounds and there's a campaign to put a moratorium on gun shop advertising. Josh Jacobsen who is co-ordinating the information around the petitions. He served nine years in the Defence For ...…
 
Health experts warn the latest outbreak of measles could once again make the virus endemic, if not enough is done to prevent its spread. There are now 30 cases of measles in the Canterbury region and 49 nationwide. In 2017 New Zealand was free of endemic measles, meanig any news cases were brought in from overseas. Michael Baker of the Universi ...…
 
Australian journalist Rashna Farrukh left the mainstream media after having enough of how muslims were portrayed and hearing the inflammatory rhetoric from the likes of the nationalist One Nation Party. She describes what impression Australians are getting of the Christchurch's mosque attacks from their media.…
 
Just what IS The Global UN Migration Compact which has angered the far right across Europe especially, and also the alledged Christchurch mosque gunman. National Party leader Simon Bridges warned last year that his party won't support a UN agreement on immigration. Murdoch Stephens who led a campaign to raise New Zealand's refugee quota explain ...…
 
The first funeral for two victims of the mosque shootings took place this morning in Christchurch. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of father and son Khaled and Hamza Mustafa. Some in the Muslim community have been distressed by the delays in the release of the victims bodies, which breaks with the tradition of burial within 24 hour ...…
 
As our nation faces questions around who we are in light of the atrocity committed at the two mosques in Christchurch, the New Zealand Parliament demonstrated inclusivity in its session yesterday. The Speaker Trevor Mallard invited an interfaith group of religious leaders on to Parliament's floor. What is the broader message from this gesture?…
 
Health experts warn the latest outbreak of measles could once again make the virus endemic, if not enough is done to prevent its spread. There are now 30 cases of measles in the Canterbury region and 49 nationwide. In 2017 New Zealand was free of endemic measles, meanig any news cases were brought in from overseas. Michael Baker of the Universi ...…
 
Indonesian officials say the death toll from flooding and landslides in Papua has risen to 89, while dozens of people remain missing. Indonesian disaster and environmental agencies have blamed deforestation for the flash flooding; as the Tonga government of 'Akilisi Pohiva continues to stumble along a political scientist is recommending advisor ...…
 
Indonesian officials say the death toll from flooding and landslides in Papua has risen to 89, while dozens of people remain missing. Indonesian disaster and environmental agencies have blamed deforestation for the flash flooding.
 
As our nation faces questions around who we are in light of the atrocity committed at the two mosques in Christchurch, the New Zealand Parliament demonstrated inclusivity in its session yesterday. The Speaker Trevor Mallard invited an interfaith group of religious leaders on to Parliament's floor. What is the broader message from this gesture? ...…
 
As the Tonga government of 'Akilisi Pohiva continues to stumble along a political scientist is recommending advisors be brught in to help put it back on the right track.
 
Te-Hani Brown hangs on to her seat in by-election in Atiu in the Cook Islands
 
Ocean swimmers from several countries are preparing to travel to Samoa for the longest open water swim in the southern hemisphere.
 
The European Union's candidate to head the UN's food and agriculture programme says she would bring a much greater focus to the Pacific if elected.
 
Tears flowed at an emotional Dunedin City Council meeting as aroha was expressed for the Muslim Community and a vow was made to tackle racism head on. City councillor Marie Laufiso was at the meeting and tells us about it's purpose.
 
An introduction to our panellist and the topics for the day plus our panellists share their thoughts on something they've been thinking about.
 
With more than 100 species vanishing every day from the face of the planet, it's easy to let our hearts get in the way of our heads when it comes decisions about how to save precious species from extinction.
 
Lana Lopesi is an art curator, culture critic, PhD candidate, and also acts as editor-in-chief of arts and culture website The Pantograph Punch.
 
John Smythe has picked 6 shows that give a good taste of quality Fringe fare. He says since Friday, many of the shows have found ways of expressing solidarity with the Muslim community.
 
Marlon Williams - Make way for love.
 
JoinMyWedding.com was started by two Hungarian women, the company connects 'to-be-wed' couples to tourists, enabling the travellers to take part in authentic wedding experiences around the world.
 
New Zealand's international indigenous film festival Maoriland kicked off today in Ōtaki. It runs until Sunday and features films from around the world as well as from Aotearoa filmmakers.
 
In the aftermath of Friday's shootings, there has been a lot of talk about our diversity here in New Zealand. Dr Wil Hoverd argues that we need to focus on religion in our healing following the Christchurch terror attacks.
 
Wellington-based choir Inspirare starts its 2019 season on Saturday at Wellington’s Cathedral of St Paul
 
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