Best Mindfulstrength podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Kathryn Bruni-Young grew up in the yoga community and has been teaching for over a decade. Inspired by her own life’s journey and a passion for helping all people feel more capable and confident in their bodies, Kathryn created Mindful Strength, a method that synthesizes mindfulness, strength training, yoga, movement, mobility, and body acceptance, to inform a well-rounded, embodied practice. This podcast is dedicated to sharing knowledge and fostering curiosity. Kathryn's conversations with ...
 
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Margot and Kathryn talk about everything from the basics of the core to teaching strategies and broad ideas about movement. Margot shares her experiences as a long-time teacher and gives some great examples to support her thoughts about movement and teaching. They talk about using imagery alongside or in place of specific anatomical language, b ...…
 
If you didn't tune in last week go back and give the episode a listen, this is part two. My mom opened the first Ashtanga studio in Toronto, Canada. This is the story of falling in love with yoga, booming business, dissillusionment, and coming back full circle. To support the podcast click here. If you are loving the show please subscribe and l ...…
 
This is part one of the 100th episode. This episode is like a time capsule, taking us back to the beginning of yoga in Toronto. From falling in love with yoga, to booming business, to debilitating injury and onward, this is quite the story. To support the podcast go to https://kathrynbruniyoung.com/support Your donations will help us create the ...…
 
A podcast on Monday? Yes, but this is not just any podcast. Today we are laying the groundwork for the 100th episode that airs on Thursday. This is a super special podcast! To support the podcast PLEASE leave us a review on iTunes! You can also leave a donation for the podcast here http://kathrynbruniyoung.com/support/ Thank you everyone!…
 
This is a fascinating conversation about endurance, what it means and how to achieve it in many areas of one’s life. The conversation starts with Julian’s experience as an endurance athlete and how the psychological mentality required to pursue and work with discomfort was something he learned at a very young age. He talks about the psychologic ...…
 
This is a great conversation for all teachers to hear. In this candid conversation, Kathryn and Carly share thoughts on body positivity and critical thinking as a yoga teacher. Carly talks about how she incorporates body positivity, which is really “body neutrality”, in her teachings and how yoga teachers can determine if they are teaching in t ...…
 
Recorded in Kathryn’s kitchen, this is a candid conversation all about the SI joint and Kathryn and Jules’ new course, The Incredible SI Joint. This conversation tackles a lot of misconceptions surrounding the SI Joint, particularly as it pertains to the yoga community. They discuss the common thoughts of fear and fragility around this part of ...…
 
In this conversation, Bernie and Kathryn get into some hot topics that are being discussed in the yoga community: stretching vs. stressing the body, how to teach yoga when considering human variability, hypermobility and thoughts on the spine. The conversation begins with Bernie talking about yin yoga and the difference between stretching and s ...…
 
As a follow up to Greg’s first interview, this discussion dives deeper into pain science and how to treat musculoskeletal disorders, pain and injuries within the biopsychosocial model. Greg and Kathryn discuss the many psychosocial factors that can affect pain and how we can use this information to understand pain as well as treat it. They also ...…
 
Willing to work with anyone and everyone with a desire to move better, Shante Cofield is The Movement Maestro. On the podcast today, Shante, Physical Therapist and Rock Tape Instructor, joins Kathryn to chat about movement and strength, Shante's approach to treatment, the nervous system and why it is king, pain and perception, Rock Tape, fascia ...…
 
This is a different kind of conversation diving into the important issues surrounding anti-oppression. jamilah talks about her role in New Leaf and what this organization does for the community by offering trauma-informed and anti-oppression yoga focusing on inclusivity and accessibility to all regardless of gender, sexual orientation, body sha ...…
 
Amy Matthews has been teaching movement since 1994. She is a Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, an Infant Developmental Movement Educator, and a movement therapist and yoga teacher based in NYC. Her vast experience and interest in studying movement and anatomy has lead her to develop a variety of programs and proj ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Kim and Kathryn talk about the importance of an individualized approach to strength training and movement. Dr. Kim talks about how her movement practice has been informed by her professional experience and vice versa. She talks about how important movement and resistance training is for every body but that there is no magic ...…
 
This conversation covers topics like sexual abuse that might be sensitive to some listeners. Karen Rain was an advanced Ashtanga student who experienced almost daily sexual abuse while working with K. Pattabhi Jois. In this interview, she shares her opinions on cults, yoga, gurus and trauma-informed practice in a way that will stark critical th ...…
 
Donna Farhi is a world-renowned teacher and is considered to be the "teacher of teachers". She is the author of four contemporary classics: The Breathing Book, Yoga, Mind, Body, and Spirit: A Return to Wholeness, Teaching Yoga: Examining the Teacher-Student Relationship and Bringing Yoga to Life: The Everyday Practice of Enlightened Living. Don ...…
 
In this interview, Glenn and Kathryn talk about yoga and injuries in detail. Glenn has a unique perspective, after 50 years of practice and teaching he has seen a lot of ups and downs in the yoga community. He comments on how many people are surprised when they become injured practicing yoga as if the mystical side would protect against repetit ...…
 
We are kicking off the new year with one of Kathryn's all-time favorite speakers. This conversation begins with a definition of fascia, what it is, how it can be described, and how much things are changing as our knowledge of the body grows. Gil talks about how he came to learn about the body from a very disembodied place himself and how dissec ...…
 
This is the last episode of 2018! Kathryn and Kyle sat down to reflect on the year, their travels, what they have accomplished and where they are hoping to go in 2019. They both answered 15 questions focussing on a range of topics including the coolest thing they learned in 2018, best podcast, favourite person to learn from, best place to trave ...…
 
This was one of the first episodes of the Mindful Strength Podcast that has been re-edited because it has been an all-time favourite. Kathryn and Michael started working together in 2013. Shortly after, they co-created an online course called the New Wave of Yoga which created a bridge between postural yoga and strength training. In this episod ...…
 
In this episode Kathryn and Kim talk about everything from becoming an Olympic swimmer, to mindfulness and becoming self aware even when we push our bodies to the breaking point. Kim shares her experience growing up in California with a backyard pool, racing her siblings was a natural and playful way to begin a career as a professional swimmer. ...…
 
Kathryn and Chris have been friends for a few years and this episode was recorded during a visit last summer in Prince Edward County. In this conversation Chris explains his views on bodywork and how the tissues are connected from the superficial skin all the way down to microscopic cells. They talk about working with the body as opposed to fig ...…
 
Brianna Battles is a woman's strength and conditioning coach based out of California, who specializes in coaching pregnant and postpartum athletes, as well as educating coaches on how to help athletes navigate the physical and mental considerations of athleticism during these chapters in a woman’s life. Kathryn and Brianna dig into all things p ...…
 
Alec Zirkenbach is an athlete and trainer, who specializes in Adaptive Crossfit. He works with Crossfit as a Subject Matter Expert in the Adaptive Crossfit Training Course, facilitating education and training all over the world. With an athletic background and time served with the Navy, Alec's work with accessibility in movement was born out of ...…
 
Susi Hately fundamentally believes that healing is possible. As a young student of yoga, Susi began to combine the ancient practices of yoga with her BSc.Kinesiology at a Vancouver pain clinic. When she continued to encounter individuals, including yoga instructors, who accepted that their pain was “normal”, she began to explore how yoga was be ...…
 
Patrick Beach is an international yoga teacher based in Los Angeles, CA. Patrick's continued evolution through yoga has always been off the beaten path and he presently teaches a system called Awakening Yoga; methods that were born out of his own practice, philosophies and learnings adapted from traditional forms, influenced by his athletic and ...…
 
Sean Lind is a strength and conditioning coach with a specialization in gymnastics. A former Competitive Gymnastics Coach and Professional Circus Artist, in 2010 Sean became Crossfit coach & Athlete, who also has designations and experience in weight lifting practices. Sean's work and expertise are unique with high level achievements in various ...…
 
Lovedeep Dhunna is a holistic personal trainer and therapist, who works with individuals beyond the physical, bringing his education, experiences and unique approach to the oft times linear world of strength and conditioning. Lovedeep has been passionate about fitness and weight lifting since a young age and has long been fascinated by the comp ...…
 
Amber Karnes is a yoga teacher, social justice advocate, and the founder of Body Positive Yoga. Amber is a pioneer in the yoga community making noise for marginalized populations and people of all shapes, sizes, genders, races and abilities. For Amber, yoga has been an integral part of a decade-long journey toward self-acceptance and body posit ...…
 
Molly Boeder Harris is a yoga teacher and trauma recovery consultant based out of Portland, Oregon. Molly and Kathryn are both proponents of trauma based approaches to teaching and working with others in movement and beyond. Molly joins us for the second time on the Mindful Strength Podcast to discuss trauma, recovery, resiliency and how teache ...…
 
Charlie Reid is a fitness professional and unique movement educator based in San Francisco , California. His health-first approach looks at mobility as an indicator and a pre-requisite of physical health that precedes all other movement qualities. Charlie has a particular interest in examining and interpreting the scientific literature on--but ...…
 
Leslie Kaminoff is a yoga educator and internationally recognized specialist with over four decades’ experience in the fields of yoga, breath anatomy and bodywork. He is the co-author of best selling book, "Yoga Anatomy," co-founder of The Breathing Project, as well as creator of yogaanatomy.net and popular online publication e-Sutras, which se ...…
 
Schuyler Grant is an entrepreneur, artist, yoga innovator, mother, and the co-creator of Wanderlust, a community and touring festival in support of you living your best life. In this candid interview with Schuyler, we learn more about her work and her journey, that took her from film and production to full time yogi and beyond. Schuyler is a tr ...…
 
Sarah Selecky is a writer and educator who believes that good writing needs heart, consciousness, skill, and presence. Her community of writers is over 10,000 people strong and she approaches writing as both an art and contemplative practice. Her method is a hybrid of literary craft and unapologetic love. Sarah encourages feeling images and wor ...…
 
Welcome back to the Mindful Strength Summer Practice Series! This is our last practice episode in the series and its all about shoulder strength, pushing and pushups. At Mindful Strength we 're pretty big fans of pushups but we know that's not the case for most people. Today we're breaking down upper body strength in a way that is accessible to ...…
 
Carl Paoli is a movement professional, coach and author, whose passion lies in sharing the language and beauty of basic human movement with others. After years of competitive gymnastics, Carl's studies took him across the globe introducing him to new sports, communities and career callings in the fitness industry, becoming a household name in C ...…
 
Welcome back to the Mindful Strength Summer Practice Series! Today we are engaging with a meditation practice the Mindful Strength way. Kathryn has a personal approach to mediation that she shares with you here, as a sitting practice hasn't always come easily for her. If you feel like mediation is not your thing, if you have trouble sitting sti ...…
 
Sarah Court is a California based Doctor of Physical Therapy, the creator of Quantum Leap and a long standing yoga teacher whose work is grounded in anatomy and movement science with a focus on continuing eduction for movement teachers. Sarah is a wealth of body knowledge and we are excited that she took the time to chat with Kathryn on the Min ...…
 
Welcome back to the Mindful Strength Summer Practice Series! Today's practice is a chair practice. At Mindful Strength, we are all about inclusive movement practices and this is perfect for anyone who can't easily get down to the floor. We encourage you to try this practice no matter your ability as it is great for anyone looking to explore str ...…
 
Elke Schroeder is a Toronto based movement teacher, who has been studying life in motion since a young age. From judo to many forms of dance to yoga to Fighting Monkey Practice, Elke now practices and guides an embodied movement practice inspired by the parts that make the whole. Kathryn and Elke have known each other through Toronto yoga/movem ...…
 
Welcome back to the Mindful Strength Summer Practice Series! Every other week over the course of July and August, we will be releasing short and sweet audio practices in celebration of the launch of the Mindful Strength Virtual Studio , set to go live on August 1, 2018. To receive a corresponding video practice to this session as well as exclus ...…
 
Matthew Remski is a writer, researcher, yoga therapist, Ayurvedic consultant, activist, father and ever evolving human, who advocates for inquiry and exploration in yogic culture, practice and life in general. With over 20 years of experience and immersion in studying and teaching yoga and meditation, Matthew's present work focuses on the philo ...…
 
Today marks the start of our summer practice podcast series! Every other week over the course of July and August, we will be releasing short and sweet audio practices in celebration of the launch of the Mindful Strength Virtual Studio, set to go live on August 1, 2018. To receive a corresponding video practice to this session as well as exclusi ...…
 
Ryan Hurst is a multi-disciplinary movement professional with a lifetime of experience. As co-founder, head coach and program director of GMB Fitness he endeavours to guide others in the pursuit of physical autonomy through education and awareness. Ryan is a father and lover of life and play, with a personal MO to move well, often and joyfully. ...…
 
Kathryn Budig is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher and author known for her accessibility, humor, and ability to empower her students through her message, “aim true.” The Kansas native graduated from the University of Virginia with a double degree in English and Drama before moving to Los Angeles, where she trained at Yogaworks under t ...…
 
Paul Thompson is a podiatrist, based out of Australia, with an alternative approach to treatment and foot health. Inspired by his own lifelong journey with foot issues, orthotics and pain, Paul’s perspective on what is possible and accessible in our bodies dramatically changed following the birth of his first child. This turning point led to a ...…
 
Brooke Thomas is, in no particular order, a ROLFer/bodyworker, mother, mover, maker, podcast host and curious human. A few years back, through her work and creative process, Brooke started the Liberated Body Podcast as a means to share information that served as a forum facilitating her own ongoing learning and others. This work evolved into Br ...…
 
Molly Boeder Harris is a yoga teacher and trauma recovery consultant based out of Portland, Oregon. Molly and Kathryn are both students of the Somatic Experiencing (SE) methods deisgned by Dr. Peter Levine and connected to chat about yoga, trauma, recovery, resiliency and supporting people in their journey through life and movement. This early ...…
 
Mindful Strength welcomes Montreal native Louka Kurcer to the podcast. Louka is a movement specialist and owner/head trainer of Hardstyle Kettlebell MTL. "For me, simplicity is key" - Louka Kurcer Known affectionately as the "kettlebell guy," Louka's practice is about more than just kettlebells; using universal principles, he takes a holistic a ...…
 
On today's podcast we welcome Kathryn's lifelong friend, Riki Richter. Riki is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Pilates rehabilitative specialist, and a deep source of knowledge on the interconnectedness of anatomy, breath, movement, and more as it relates to our complex body systems. Riki also has a host of other trainings, is continuously ...…
 
"I think the most important, what we have to be working on, is our relation to life. If our relation to life does not change, we will not grow a bigger pool of energy, a surplus energy, that will allow us to stay creative and be happy about what we are doing" - Jozef Frucek We are so excited to share our Mindful Strength interview with Jozef Fr ...…
 
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