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Sit down with host, Aimee Morgan, as she delves into the world of mindfulness with doctors, therapists, first responders and other mindfulness thought leaders. Listen as they share their mindfulness practices and help you become better equipped with practical tools to focus your mind and live in the present.
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Diggin' the Dharma

Jon Aaron and Doug Smith

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Diggin' the Dharma with Jon Aaron and Doug Smith is a relaxed discussion of the Buddhist dharma between friends. Jon's interest centers around practice, while Doug's centers around scholarship of the early material, so their approaches balance practice with study. Their discussions will be approachable to a broad audience of Buddhists and those curious about Buddhism, and they welcome questions and comments. Jon is a teacher at Space2Meditate and NY Insight Meditation Center and a well known ...
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Discover your mind’s inner working to transform and elevate your life. Dr. Kasim shares his experiences and invites experts in their fields as well as everyday people who have created positive impactful change in their lives. He is a Registered Psychologist and Umass Certified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Teacher and Teacher Trainer. Dr. Kasim completed a six-month silent meditation retreat in Myanmar (Burma) and has a TEDx talk, entitled “How mindfulness meditation redefines pa ...
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The Won Body Won Life™ podcast is designed for busy hard-working people who want to get more out of their body and life. Host Dr. Jason Won (Dr. Jay) has helped thousands of parents, former and elite athletes, entrepreneurs, and small business owners eliminate chronic pain, enhance their strength and mobility, and become the best versions of themselves. In this podcast, Dr. Jay blends his PT background with researched-based interventions to help you further optimize your body: including slee ...
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Welcome! Most people struggle with stress and feel overwhelmed when they can't keep up with life's demands. If you are battling stress over competing demands from work, home or both and would love to find relief from the onslaught of daily strains and pressures, this show can help. Jude Johnson is a certified brainspotting therapist who teaches Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) which has been shown to help with stress, pain, and illness. This show provides effective tips for stress r ...
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Welcome to "Mindful Healing," the podcast brought to you by Resilient Mind Psychotherapy in the heart of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, NY. Join us https://resilient-mind.com/ on a journey of mental health exploration, where our team of dedicated Psychotherapists, including LCSWs and LMSWs, delve into topics such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), PTSD, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Art Therapy, and more.
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The Insight Center

Dr. Chris Chroniak

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Mindfulness can be practiced in the comfort of your home or sitting at your desk – even waiting for your late bus. Let Dr. Chris Chroniak help you help yourself in all of life's moments, with audio from the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) curriculum.
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James is a qualified Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher recognized by the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society and the Oasis Institute. He is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and practicing psychotherapist. This podcast is a mix of guided meditations and talks about mindfulness, human psychology and other meaningful topics. This is a place where we can come to wonder together about how to live with meanin ...
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Meditation Mind Podcast

Meditation Mind Podcast

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Welcome to the Meditation Mind podcast, hosted by Christiaan Neeteson (founder of mindfulness.nl). We'll take you on a journey across the globe and talk with various meditation & mindfulness practitioners. We talk about their experience, the lessons they have learned and what they want the world to know. From Eastern to Western Philosophy, Artists, Doctors, Physicians, Psychologists and alternative medicine, all fields have valuable insights and approaches to mindfulness. In this podcast, we ...
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This is a podcast all about mindfulness and meditation. In each episode, professional mindfulness teacher and personal development trainer, Paul Dalton, explores and unpacks different principles, insights and techniques to help us live calmer, wiser, happier lives. Whether you are completely new to meditation or already have well established practice, you are sure to discover gems and lightbulb moments that will help you deepen your knowledge, understanding and experience of living mindfully ...
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Imperfect Love

Dr. Carla Marie Manly

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The messy road of life is difficult to navigate alone, and it’s often tough to figure out the next best step. Hosted by psychologist and author Dr. Carla Marie Manly, the Imperfect Love podcast sheds light on the complicated, sensitive problems that affect us all. Dr. Carla responds to listeners’ real-life questions with a mindfulness-based approach. She delivers quality, nourishing advice on finding love and happiness by learning to embrace life's imperfections. In supportive conversations ...
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Sincerely, Me

Tallia Deljou

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Hosted by life coach Tallia Deljou, Sincerely, Me is a Forbes featured podcast about self-discovery and inner work exploring what matters most in the human experience - love, fear, authenticity, purpose, and more. Full of solo episodes, interviews, guided meditations, and simple practices, this podcast gives you the space and tools to cultivate a rich inner life and deeper relationship with yourself. With her 3 cornerstones of self-discovery, self-mastery, and self-leadership, Tallia shares ...
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Journey to Authentic Living Podcast

Personal Development with Sandra Rojo

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DISCOVER HOW TO LIVE A PURPOSEFUL AND FULFILLING LIFE Sandra has a B.S. in Psychology and life coaching. She has extensive training and credentials in Leadership, Health and Wellness, behavioral, and spiritual coaching and mentorship. And in complementary and integrative medicine as a Shamanic practitioner, Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Reiki Master, EFT facilitator. Under the three pillars of Health, Wellness and Personal Development, Sandra specializes in what she describes as ...
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Welcome to MEDITATION SPACE. Meditation focuses the mind and eliminates distractions to improve clarity, calm, and awareness. Mindfulness, stress reduction, and inner serenity are commonly achieved through it. Meditation has been practised for millennia in Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and Jainism. Each meditation method has its own goals and practises. Some of the meditations we will practice include: Mindfulness Meditation: Focusing on the present, including thoughts, feelings, and emotions, ...
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Welcome to For UW, By UW a podcast by The Whole U - University of Washington’s holistic wellness engagement program. Episodes explore topics and perspectives in health and well-being with experts from across the UW’s campuses and health system. Learn more here: www.wholeu.uw.edu/podcast
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An estimated 5 million women (AFAB) in the U.S. are affected by Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD), yet few people have heard of it. Join me as I talk about the symptoms, treatments, news and research, and personal experience. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is produced/provided with the understanding that it does not constitute professional medical advice. The information presented on this website and affiliated podcast are my own personal views, opinions, and summaries of research. Always con ...
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Love. Addiction. Sobriety. Trauma. Death. Grief. Each of these six seemingly simple words holds vast meaning and power, yet – when absorbed collectively – they pack a powerful punch that can bring us to our knees. Most of us have loved someone – or have been that someone – who has struggled with addiction. And some of us have felt that shattering p…
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This is a great episode I made last year that a lot of people got a lot of value from. I wanted to just put this one back on just in case you have missed this. In this episode, I uncover my battles with chronic neck pain, what I tried that didn't work long term, and 4 pivotal things that helped me achieve freedom from pain. Chronic neck pain is bec…
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The Buddha described humanity as tangled like string, knotted like a ball of thread. This tangle is a result of not seeing clearly the dependent co-arising— paticca-samupadda-- of phenomena. This is one of the most important of the early teachings. It can be seen through the lens of individual dissatisfaction and of course, through social, politica…
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When was the last time you laughed? Stress and life’s challenges can easily take away your smile and joy. Listen to this story of transformation from dealing with the aftermath of a car accident to becoming a pioneer in the Laughter Yoga movement in North America and author! 📒 Show Notes and Resources 📒 Linda Leclerc is regularly invited by the med…
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Leslie Flowers is our guest for this month's episode of the Mindfulness Academy Podcast. Leslie is a National Board-Certified Health & Well-Being CoachMindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher. In this episode, they talk about her path to mindfulness, how she's helped dental students with visualization and what mindfulness can do for you. Learn mo…
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We often crave to be loved perfectly, yet human love is naturally imperfect. And while it's normal for us to unintentionally let each other down now and again, actions of betrayal are in a different category altogether. When those we count on most betray us, the body, mind, and spirit are deeply traumatized. The etymology of the word "betrayal" tak…
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When was the last time you overate, ate mindlessly, or found yourself emotionally eating? Watch this podcast episode with Dr. Judson Brewer, MD, Ph.D. (“Dr. Jud”) as we address this habit and how to change it. In a previous appearance on this podcast (published April 18, 2024), we covered his work and book about “Unwinding Anxiety” – Here is the Yo…
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Equanimity- Upekkha has an important place in many of the key Buddhist teachings. It's the fourth of the Divine Abodes, the seventh Factor of Awakening, the last step of the 16 Step teaching in the Mindfulness of Breathing and in the 10th of the Parami- the Perfections of the Heart. Doug and Jon discuss the various facets of this important quality.…
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There is heavy cost to stress and burnout that can lead many people to quit their pursuits, dreams, hobbies, jobs or business. How can you tell if it is time to quit or time to rest? Listen to this heartfelt podcast conversation with Dr. Ghazala Radwi, MD. She is Hematologist who speaks candidly about her journey with burnout, and almost quitting h…
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It's very common in being human to be against situations in life that look threatening. What happens when we question our thoughts that something happening, like death, decline, disease, hardship....is absolutely true? That is really is TERRIBLE? (And it doesn't mean that it is not). Who are we without our stories? In person retreat in Seattle is c…
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We often believe that if we try harder and harder to be the perfect partner, parent, friend, or employee, we will somehow create a trouble-free life and gain the love, safety, and respect we crave. Yet when we chronically strive for perfection, we tend to create more self-judgment, anxiety, and stress. Unfortunately, this toxic dynamic can foster a…
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How can we work with our thirst for clinging and identification that seems unquenchable? We will discuss various aspect of letting go related to desire and thirst. Support the Show. Go to our website to leave a comment, buy us a coffee, or see further notes and links: https://digginthedharma.com/By Jon Aaron and Doug Smith
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Ready to elevate your thinking? Award winning-author Alexander Boldizar challenges us to examine our worldview through fiction, and finding an ever expanding mindset that can overcome failures. This “Pause To Elevate” podcast will make you think and you may even feel smarter by the end! Boldizar’s writing has won the PEN/Nob Hill prize, a Somerset …
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Gaslighting. It's an increasingly common term that dates back to a 1938 British Play, Gas Light, and subsequent movies focused on the power of manipulation in relationships. In the original play, a manipulative husband makes his wife feel as if she's going insane by telling her that perceptions are inaccurate when she notices that the house lights …
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Have you been affected by emotional pain, trauma and/or any form of loss? If so, this Pause to Elevate Podcast might be for you! Sandy Oshiro Rosen has spent many years working alongside individuals for whom dance and movement have become an avenue for emotional expression and the embodiment of trauma and unhealed feelings. She is a Dance Director,…
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Anxiety has a way of weaving itself into our bodies, brains, and lives. Struggles with anxiety often begin in childhood and, by adulthood, can become firmly entrenched in our lives. With many mental health issues on the rise--from anxiety, depression, and chronic stress to suicide--it's time to pause to find actionable strategies to help us diminis…
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We had an amazing guest speaker on our podcast, Max Lowery, who’s a renowned weight loss coach treating post menopausal women worldwide with long term weight loss and behavioral change. He believes that with the right support and guidance and mindset, you can escape the constant diet fads, rebounds in weight, so that you can have sustainable change…
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Secrets. Lies. Truth. Confessions. We often learn to hide parts of who we are--including the mistakes we've made along the way. Yet, I've found that keeping secrets--the dark, shamed-filled ones--can lead to depression, anxiety, and the tendency to be untrue to the self and others. One lie, even a small one, can lead to a web of lies that makes tel…
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In this uplifting episode, we dive into the fascinating realm of psychology and the impact of pets on mental, physcial and emotional well-being. My guest is Dr. Kim Dawson, a Registered Psychologist based in Victoria, BC, Canada. Dr. Dawson brings a wealth of expertise, drawing from his background in clinical psychology, academic research, and teac…
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Want to be happy and find peace in your life? We all seem to be chasing that goal but maybe abandoning ourself in the process of pursuing things, like a job, relationship, goals, and whatever else. Cory Muscara is a former monk, host of the Practicing Human podcast, and bestselling author of the book, Stop Missing Your Life. His goal is to share wi…
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Hey hey! New episode alert! Last week I talked about arthritic pain relief hacks. This week I want to continue down a similar path and share 5 anti-aging hacks. This globally covers exact things I do in my own life to keep my 35 year old self as spry, strong, healthy, and as pain free as possible. You’ll be surprised, as one of the hacks is related…
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In person retreat in Seattle is coming! August 20-24, 2024. Learn more here: https://www.workwithgrace.com/summer-retreat/ Grace Bell, facilitator of The Work, assists people to identify and question their stressful ways of looking at life. She offers Year of Inquiry, a vibrant membership community of inquirers Sept-June each year. Grace also has a…
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How can the subject of grief, loss and death inspire us to live more fully? Watch this life changing conversation with Reverent Stephen Garrett, MA, as we cover the taboo subject kept in the shadows. Talking openly about life and death can help us live more fully with less fear, less denial more love and inspiration. Reverent Stephen Garrett has wr…
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Karen Mangia is our guest for this month's episode of the Mindfulness Academy Podcast. Karen is the author of "Success From Anywhere," "Success with Less: Releasing Obligations and Discovering Joy," "Listen UP! How to Tune In To Customers and Turn Down the Noise" and "Working From Home: Making the New Normal Work for You." Her newest book, Sundays …
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It can be easy to fall into indifference, hopelessness, or despair when we're met with roadblocks over and over again. Yet I've found that--even in those low spots when we feel as if we'll never bring our dreams to life--the shining lights of hope and faith can help us move forward toward the goals that bring us greater love and purpose. Is it poss…
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Trauma. PTSD. Complex-PTSD. Abuse. These seemingly simple words can hold a great deal of meaning, pain, and nearly inescapable charge. Although the significance of these terms can be diluted by misuse, there's nothing "light" or unimportant about the profound, lasting effects of physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, and other expe…
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Stress takes a toll on our mental and physical well-being. Not taking care of ourselves has a heavy consequence on us, our family, and community. Watch as Dr. Maryam Zeineddin, MD, and founder of Zili CARE, shares her personal story of trauma, burnout and using that to create change for herself and others. Zili Care is a not-for-profit platform est…
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This is a great episode I made last year that a lot of people got a lot of value from. I wanted to just put this one back on just in case you have missed this. Have you been told you have arthritis and to limit your activities or "stop doing X"? Struggling with pain in an area that has confirmed arthritis? If you said "yes" to any of the top questi…
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What is Insight (Vipassana) practice? Doug and Jon discuss its origins and how it orients our approach to the dharma. They also discuss some exciting potential developments with livestreaming the podcast. Book: Erik Braun, The Birth of Insight Our new YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8HnYof8CejuOkLsr86EjRQ Support the Show. Go to …
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We all may have psychological barriers, fears or traumas that can stop us from improving our lives or even living it to the fullest. What if it is possible to overcome these barriers and thrive through life’s challenges? Listen to Albert Nerenberg as he shares his story of transformation through trauma. He is an award-winning filmmaker, Hypnotist a…
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PTSD and children—it’s a critical topic. PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) is increasingly common in our challenging world, and while it’s often difficult to recognize PTSD in adults, it can be even more challenging to determine when a child has PTSD. In fact, there was a time when experts believed children couldn’t develop PTSD. Fortunately, w…
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As a positive emotion, how does awe stack up in supporting physical and psychological well-being? I am excited to share an interview with the co-author of the book THE POWER OF AWE. Dr. Michael Amster and his co-author, Jake Eagle, have discovered a clinically proven way to reduce inflammation, stress, loneliness, and burnout while improving overal…
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One of my favorite clients, Jeff, speaks truthfully about his experience with chronic shoulder pain and how he got rid of it in a matter of weeks with our help. Jeff had tried almost everything you can think of, from physical therapy, massage, acupuncture, chiropractic care. Yet for more than 30+ years, many of his pain remain unresolved. Knowing J…
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Right Livelihood is one of the factors of the Buddha's Eightfold Noble Path. Of course, times have changed in the last 2500 years, so what does this mean today? Doug and Jon look at the teaching and do some head-scratching over certain parts of it. Support the Show. Go to our website to leave a comment, buy us a coffee, or see further notes and lin…
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Every day, millions of women struggle in their new (or existing) roles as mothers. No matter how much a woman desires to be a mother, the journey of motherhood can be scary and challenging. Motherhood is inherently imperfect, yet we often feel as if we should be perfect mothers who can “do it all.” In reality, the drain of striving for perfection—a…
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In these difficult times there are many reasons to be angry, sad, and stressed. What if we can metabolize stress with our laughter and nurture peace and joy when it is most needed? In this Pause To Elevate podcast episode, I am joined by Sylvie Dagenais-Douville. She is the founder of the Laughing Institute, published author, speaker, dedicated Lau…
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In this amazing guest podcast episode, I invite Sherry Shaban, an amazing health and transformation coach to speak about identity. Our commonalities is that we both gone through car accidents, both left us in chronic pain, and both found our own way to healing. A large attributor to her becoming pain free and to embody a stronger version of self wa…
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Emily Laugle is our guest for this month's episode of the Mindfulness Academy Podcast. Emily is the owner of Indy North Massage Therapy and is a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach. In this episode, she talks about her path to mindfulness, what a Health and Wellness coach can do for you, and the importance of listening to your body. …
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Acceptance in meditation and in life can be easily misunderstood. We often think that it means to be okay with how things are no matter what! However, this sometimes can mask the issues. Listen to this interview highlight with Bob Stahl (PhD), who had lived in a monastery for eight years, about a better way to understand and apply acceptance. May i…
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As adults, we may find it difficult to form new friendships, struggle with nurturing existing ones, and can find it hard to end other friendships. What does relationship psychology tell us about friendships and why they matter? Listen to this informative and uplifting conversation with Laura Sniderman, Founder and CEO of Kinnd, a friendship app. To…
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The refrain in the teaching on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness refers to contemplating internally, externally, and internally and externally. Jon and Doug talk about how they receive that part of the teaching, which doesn't appear in any obvious way in other suttas but is actually a very important part of mindfulness. Support the Show. Go to ou…
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When we believe we are right, and we MUST be right, it is stressful...and also can be difficult to let go of. If I let go of this, I might be too passive, I might lose motivation, I might find myself lost, I might never change (gasp), says the mind. Who would we be without thoughts about whatever is happening at all? It doesn't mean we'd be passive…
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Burnout is far too common. We live in a busy and fast paced life. How can we flourish and elevate our potential in life and work when we are constantly stressed and on the verge of a breakdown? Is there work-life balance? Listen to this conversation with Dr. Michael (Mick) Krasner, MD, FACP. He is a Professor Emeritus of Medicine at the University …
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Learn what many people are getting wrong about exercise! Listen to this episode with Catherine King, who was named top fitness trainer in Canada by Impact Magazine in 2020 and 2024. In this episode, we cover the topic of exercise, mental health, motivation, mindset, misconceptions and trends in fitness. Catherine is a practicing Kinesiologist with …
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Pain and chronic pain can wreak havoc on our lives. It often limits our ability to have the quality of life we deserve. Watch as Dr. Jackie Nix-Gardner, pain expert, speaks about pain, wellbeing, mindfulness, resilience, and living through difficult times. Dr. Jackie Gardner-Nix, MD, is an Associate Professor in the Dept of Anaesthesiology at the U…
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Motherhood is wonderful, yet, as any mom can tell you, it’s not always sunshine, roses, and smiles. From the challenges of physiological changes, self-doubt, and anxiety to the bright joys of cuddle time and first steps, being a mom can be—all at once—scary, stressful, and full of delight. When we add issues such as prenatal depression, postpartum …
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