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Tyler Woods believes in a holistic approach to mental health care. That is because it does much more than just manage symptoms, it's an approach that emphasizes the interrelationship between mind, body, and spirit and can be any form of practice that is outside the realm of conventional western medicine. Holistic mental health and healing is an ongoing journey of discovery and ultimately is about living better, being healthier, and striving for wholeness and will offer great insight on this ...
 
Did you know over 75% of the general population experiences some sort of stress? Problem is people stress on time to try to destress. No one has time to cope with stress. Stress management and life coaching is rapidly increasing in importance due to today’s busy and demanding lifestyles but who has time? With Tyler Woods Ph.D. The 90 second life coach, you can deal with everyday common stress and in one minute find a solution.
 
Messages from a fledgling, human colony on a mysterious alien world can be heard between bursts of interstellar radio static... Written and produced by Jon Rolfe. Featuring the vocal talents of Alex Eller (Cauldwell), Chelsea Krause (Dr. Wood), Joe Shelton (Whitlock), Chromatic (Foster), Ježatte Renaari (Tyler), Ella Moran (Marie), Chris Steinberger (Capt. Beckett), Gervais Weekes (Lt. Cash), Delaney Gilmour (Annabelle). Theme music is Menacing Malice by Emmett Cooke. Follow @theoasispodcast ...
 
Exploring the why behind what keeps runners running long, strong, and motivated. The cover photo is my Why: finishing my first 50k, which was a last minute change of plans due to TNF50 cancellation, supported and surrounded by some of the best humans in the trail running world. Logo designed by Vanessa Wolfe Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support
 
Each Friday, My First Band features a long-form interview with a different notable musician about all of the projects that preceded what you know them for. We discuss their musical origins, and we trace a few of their embarrassing high school bands and other associated bands that happened before they broke out. This show digs deeper than any Wikipedia page or band bio would ever dare to go. And, sometimes, the guests will even share some of their old songs. You can expect to hear a lot of in ...
 
Adobe & Teardrops highlights the best in alt-country and punk week after week. Hosted by Rachel Cholst of the long-running blog Adobe & Teardrops, the show will highlight the kind of music that gets you through the tough times and buoys you through the good ones. In music we trust. (To learn more about the podcast and read long-form reviews of the albums featured, head to www.adobeandteardrops.com)
 
How does the way we’re wired affect our life? The EnneaCast explores personality, relationships and the gospel through the lens of the enneagram - with a little twist up our sleeves. Each episode features enneagram coaches, authors and counselors sharing their wisdom and playing funny games based on their personality. A production of Love Thy Neighborhood, The EnneaCast is hosted by Jesse Eubanks and Samantha Stevenson. Be a part of the conversation! Submit your questions by visiting @LTNpod ...
 
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Tyler Day is one of the two newest additions to Northern Arizona Elite, living and training in Flagstaff, Arizona. In this episode, we talked about: -his dreams of being a catcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks -where the idea of becoming a runner came from -graduating college during COVID times -gratitude -self confidence -failure -what he’s proud o…
 
Milwaukee music is incredibly lucky to have Kelsey Kaufmann. The owner of the Cactus Club has booked literally hundreds of shows, helped produce large-scale festivals, and was at the forefront of changing laws that prohibited all-ages shows at certain venues in Milwaukee. After managing the iconic Bay View club for a few years, further bolstering i…
 
Jourdan Rodrigue and Rich Hammond break down today's breaking news about the Rams parting ways with kicker Samuel Sloman, and also dive into the team's performance in a Monday Night win against the Bears. Subscribe to The Athletic: theathletic.com/11personnel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Judith Kasiama: Skier, entrepreneur, diversity advocate Judith or JuJu Kasiama is a skier, entrepreneur and diversity advocate who founded Colour the Trails, a group for BIPOC and allies interested in outdoor activities. In this episode we talked about: -Colour the Trails -her upbringing and her statement about where she’s a local vs where she’s fr…
 
"To Protect and Serve Against False and Misleading Memes" is Ryan Wood's mission. THE BEST independent fact-checker on social media, Ryan Wood tells us his story and how he protects the truth in an age of misinformation. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter at the Meme Policeman, and donate to him on Patreon and at memepoliceman.com. *** If you enjoy…
 
As the sectional crisis gripped the United States, the rancor increasingly spread to the halls of Congress. Preston Brooks's frenzied assault on Charles Sumner was perhaps the most notorious evidence of the dangerous divide between proslavery Democrats and the new antislavery Republican Party. But as disunion loomed, rifts within the majority Democ…
 
As the banjo player in Wood & Wire, Trevor Smith has traveled all around the county, shared the stage with some legendary acts, released four excellent albums (five, if you count their live record), played hundreds upon hundreds of concerts, and was even nominated for a Grammy. While the band's plans to hit the road for most of 2020 were dashed, Wo…
 
Of anniversaries, weird cakes, plot twists, and even weirder role-playing games. And baseball? It’s all here, even your new favorite Americana artists! Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/ Album of the Week: Stephan…
 
Jourdan Rodrigue and Rich Hammond break down a Rams loss to the rival 49ers in a game where the team just was not sharp across the board. They discuss the status of the run game, why there shouldn't be calls for a new kicker just yet, answer some of your subscriber questions, and more. Subscribe to The Athletic: theathletic.com/11personnel Learn mo…
 
A candid conversation with my dad. A medic in the Navy, a mortician in Hollywood, and 30+ years as a police officer in Los Angeles - my dad shares his wisdom. 00:00 - childhood and family at 23:00 - classic cars at 35:00 - the Navy at 49:00 - mortuary industry at 1:09:00 - starting career in law enforcement at 1:17:00 - changing politics in 1968 at…
 
Annabelle Gordon tells the colonists of New Oasis where she's been, and brings them all a disturbing message about what's to come... The Oasis Transmissions was written and produced by Jon Rolfe. This episode features of the vocal talents of Ježatte Renaari (Ty), Delaney Gilmour (Annabelle), Chris Steinberger (Capt. Beckett), Joe Shelton (Whitlock)…
 
Paul Polgar recovers the racially inclusive vision of America's first abolition movement. In showcasing the activities of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society, the New York Manumission Society, and their African American allies during the post-Revolutionary and early national eras, he unearths this coalition's comprehensive agenda for black freedom a…
 
Brogan Graham is a co-founder of the grassroots free fitness movement called November Project. A midwest native currently living in Minneapolis after a stop in Boston and San Diego, Brogan and I used this as our longest catch-up in years and I'm sure you'll enjoy it. It was both super entertaining and full of motivation. In this episode, we talked …
 
David Quinn is quickly making a name for himself in country music circles with a relentless show schedule (at least until recently, of course) and ever-evolving material. The Chicago-based singer's catalog will grow by 10 more songs on Oct. 23 with the release of his latest and greatest album, Letting Go. Long before Quinn was building a reputation…
 
It’s episode 141 and Rachel has the sensitivity of a Victorian lady. Also, great music from fabulous people. MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT COUNTRY SOUL SONGBOOK THIS WEEKEND! Album of the Week: CF Watkins -- Babygirl CF Watkins has found that sweet spot between pop and Americana -- a brass ring that many recent artists have shot at and missed the mark. I…
 
Jourdan Rodrigue and Rich Hammond recap a Rams 30-10 victory over the Washington Football Team. Aaron Donald dominates, where the team stands now, a running back update, should the Rams be concerned with their kicker situation, and much more! Subscribe to The Athletic for $1/month: theathletic.com/11personnel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
 
Jay is a retired Air Force officer and helicopter pilot with nine deployments to the Middle East post 9/11. We talk about combat, mental health, Air Force leadership, and Jay's current job interdicting drug cartels in Central and South America. *** If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a short review. It takes only a minute, and it really helps …
 
Julia Kohnen is a professional runner for HOKA ONE ONE’s Northern Arizona Elite. In this episode, we talked about: -getting into running from a soccer background -being what she would consider a newer runner -earning an OTQ in her second marathon -her running dreams -what running means to her -gratitude and her intentional practice -pride and failu…
 
We broke format a little this week to talk all things music with a guest who has no musical experience of his own. Jon Gabrus is an actor (Guy Code, Younger, Brooklyn Nine-Nine), comedian and veteran podcaster. Though he's not a musician by trade, the host of High And Mighty, Action Boyz and The Gino Lombardo Show has a wealth of musical memories a…
 
Rachel’s students are getting creative, but not in the ways you’d want them to. Also, hi everyone in India! Album of the Week: Izzy Heltai -- Father I’ve been a supporter of Izzy’s since he first sent me a song through SubmitHub all on his own. For his first album, though, Heltai pulled out the big guns -- and deservedly so. Father is nothing if no…
 
Matt Bach is a triathlete, husband, dad and Director of Endurance Athletics for UCAN. In this episode, we talked about: -his pro triathlon journey -working on Wall Street while racing triathlon -working at UCAN -making your life an experiment -burnout and coming back from it -what he thinks about when things get hard -honoring his brother in sport …
 
Jourdan Rodrigue and Rich Hammond break down a game that was closer than it probably should've been, as the Rams squeak by the Rams. Get Rich's first impressions of SoFi Stadium, some questionable mistakes, the defense and some standout performance, and a little preview of Washington, next week's opponent. Get a subscription to The Athletic for $1/…
 
Dr. Reeb is author of the book, “Empowering the New Mobility Workforce: Educating, Training, and Inspiring Future Transportation Professionals". He is also the director of research and workforce development at the Center for International Trade and Transportation at California State University Long Beach. Listen as we discuss how huge advances in t…
 
I was super late getting this one out, so everyone gets to hear the Patreon songs! Also, found poetry! Album of the Week: Lydia Loveless -- Daughter Daughter finds Americana stalwart Loveless at the ebb of significant upheaval: a divorce, a relocation, a cathartic but tumultuous outing of bad practices at her previous label, Bloodshot Records, the …
 
Emily Kraus is a runner, cyclist and sports medicine physician at Stanford.In this episode we talked about:-her start as a runner-her job as a sports med physician-how it overlaps-OTQ dreaming-her interest in women’s health-our run with Allie Kieffer-research she’s been a part of and collaborations with Megan Roche, Tracy Hoeg and other researchers…
 
Listeners all over the world know Bob Nanna as the voice of Braid (one of the most influential emo bands of all time), as well as celebrated projects like Hey Mercedes and The City On Film. Long before he was making a name for himself with those bands, Nanna was a drummer who was keeping time for lesser-known suburban Chicago outfits like Slaphappy…
 
Katherine “KK” Fischer is a lover of life, lover of humans and really wants to squeeze the juice out of every day and make the most of it. In this episode we talked about: -“squeezing the juice out of life” -running REALLY long and why she does it -how her Why has evolved over the years -what got her into running -ultra endurance events as a microc…
 
Jourdan Rodrigue and Rich Hammond discuss the Rams' 35-32 loss to the Bills, that didn't exactly feel like a loss. They break down the 2nd half adjustments, the defense, THAT pass interference call, and much more. Subscribe to The Athletic for $1/month: theathletic.com/11personnel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Lead singer and songwriter for the Wink Musselman Quartet of Shame - Anson Musselman - gives us his philosophy on life, how he got into music, his work in the country of Turkey, and how he is beating cancer. *** If you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a short review. It takes only a minute, and it really helps convince popular guests to join me. I…
 
Throughout Rams' training camp, Jourdan Rodrigue and Rich Hammond kept tabs on one mystery rookie and through interviews, followed his journey from his youth to getting drafted by the team. Now as a member of the Rams roster, Brycen Hopkins joins the show to give his perspective on being a rookie during these times, bonding with teammates... and oh…
 
Aisha Praught Leer is a mid distance runner and Olympian representing Team Boss as well as Jamaica, living in Boulder, Colorado. In this episode, we talked about: -“Success isn’t finite” -the team model in running -Team Boss -what running means to her -balance -the importance of fun -balancing competition and friendship -what success means to her -…
 
If you haven’t heard of Arlo McKinley yet, you should know he comes with John Prine’s seal of approval. Before Prine’s heartbreaking death this spring, the legendary folk singer handpicked McKinley to join his Oh Boy Records label, an honor granted to only a handful of musicians over the last couple of decades. This August, McKinley released Die Mi…
 
Listen to the Amythyst Kiah episode of Country Queer Spotlight. This is your last chance to back the Rainbow Rodeo Kickstarter! Album of the Week: Bette Smith -- The Good, The Bad, The Bette Bette Smith is a Bed-Stuy native -- and Southern soul seems to course through her veins. At least, that’s how it sounds on her debut album, produced by Drive B…
 
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