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Year One - a look back - The 1st Birthday Episode

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Happy Birthday to Anecdotal Anatomy who just complete a full year of podcasting!

This humble conversation started, in part, as a means to dive deeper into understanding our anatomy, functionally and academically. It turned into a bigger conversation about the stories the body holds & tells. Aspects of the original intention have been sprinkled in throughout the year, but both hosts chose to follow the breadcrumbs and are now surrendering to the mysteries along the way.

Season One - The Koshas, introduced Anecdotal Anatomy to the Podcast Universe. Each Kosha (layer of our being) was explored first by the hosts in a more formal way and then by selected guests who revealed the Koshas through their diverse lenses. (See list of guests below). For more details, check out Season One!

Season Two - Embodiment, led us into the worlds of mythology, archetypes & patterns, the Hero(ine)'s Journey, filling in other people's After the Because stories, and practices of embodiment. It brought us some new voices to guide us through the maze (see below for guests of S2).

Season Three - The Wholistic Place, made the hosts architects of an ideal neighborhood, one built on the premise of collective optimal wellbeing. Bridges were built and all had fun during CAMP (community, anecdotes, meditation, play) - a four Sunday adult camp which added flavor to the conversations. Of course, there was talk of Fascia!

Season Four - Science & Stories, was designed to lean into the tag line and see what arose. This season followed the Heroine's Journey for a bit, dove into Divine Feminine energy and the value of retreat, among various other themes. This season could have been called, A Divine Journey.

Season Five - Yoga 8, is a series of conversations inspired by the view of Yoga beyond what we typically view as Yoga, which is Asana (the poses - 3rd limb). Like with the Koshas, each limb has a dedicated episode. Even if the episode were three hours, it would still just scratch the surface.

Each episode has Show Notes which contain links to the resources accessed and more. This is E52!!! What a treasure trove!

Thank you for tuning in and sharing your stories! This podcast would not be anything without you! So, Happy Birthday to YOU!

Links to S1 & S2 Guests - see what they're up to now

Shauna Ahern (S1 E6) - Become More Curious and her amazing School of Kind

Valerie Gay (S1 E7) - https://www.valgay.com/shop , https://www.soulfullaffirmations.com/ and https://www.valgay.com/epk

Wendy Warner (S1 E8) - Medicine in Balance

Amy McCaa (S1 E9) - Lead the Way Dog Training

Susanna Harwood Rubin (S1 E10) - Susanna Harwood Rubin

Corie Feiner (S2 E12) - Corie Feiner and her IG brilliance reembody_poetry

Rachelle Clauson (S2 E14) - anatomySCAPES

Kristy McCracken (S2 E18) - Kristy would like you to know about these organization when you think of giving: National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation , Remember the Girls , and National Organization for Rare Diseases

Gisele Mogan (S2 E20) - Restore with Gisele

OF COURSE, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR AMAZING TEAM!!

Our Amazing Team:

Judith George - Editor (video & audio)

Keith Kenny - Music

Cindy Fatsis - Photography

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90 episodes

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Happy Birthday to Anecdotal Anatomy who just complete a full year of podcasting!

This humble conversation started, in part, as a means to dive deeper into understanding our anatomy, functionally and academically. It turned into a bigger conversation about the stories the body holds & tells. Aspects of the original intention have been sprinkled in throughout the year, but both hosts chose to follow the breadcrumbs and are now surrendering to the mysteries along the way.

Season One - The Koshas, introduced Anecdotal Anatomy to the Podcast Universe. Each Kosha (layer of our being) was explored first by the hosts in a more formal way and then by selected guests who revealed the Koshas through their diverse lenses. (See list of guests below). For more details, check out Season One!

Season Two - Embodiment, led us into the worlds of mythology, archetypes & patterns, the Hero(ine)'s Journey, filling in other people's After the Because stories, and practices of embodiment. It brought us some new voices to guide us through the maze (see below for guests of S2).

Season Three - The Wholistic Place, made the hosts architects of an ideal neighborhood, one built on the premise of collective optimal wellbeing. Bridges were built and all had fun during CAMP (community, anecdotes, meditation, play) - a four Sunday adult camp which added flavor to the conversations. Of course, there was talk of Fascia!

Season Four - Science & Stories, was designed to lean into the tag line and see what arose. This season followed the Heroine's Journey for a bit, dove into Divine Feminine energy and the value of retreat, among various other themes. This season could have been called, A Divine Journey.

Season Five - Yoga 8, is a series of conversations inspired by the view of Yoga beyond what we typically view as Yoga, which is Asana (the poses - 3rd limb). Like with the Koshas, each limb has a dedicated episode. Even if the episode were three hours, it would still just scratch the surface.

Each episode has Show Notes which contain links to the resources accessed and more. This is E52!!! What a treasure trove!

Thank you for tuning in and sharing your stories! This podcast would not be anything without you! So, Happy Birthday to YOU!

Links to S1 & S2 Guests - see what they're up to now

Shauna Ahern (S1 E6) - Become More Curious and her amazing School of Kind

Valerie Gay (S1 E7) - https://www.valgay.com/shop , https://www.soulfullaffirmations.com/ and https://www.valgay.com/epk

Wendy Warner (S1 E8) - Medicine in Balance

Amy McCaa (S1 E9) - Lead the Way Dog Training

Susanna Harwood Rubin (S1 E10) - Susanna Harwood Rubin

Corie Feiner (S2 E12) - Corie Feiner and her IG brilliance reembody_poetry

Rachelle Clauson (S2 E14) - anatomySCAPES

Kristy McCracken (S2 E18) - Kristy would like you to know about these organization when you think of giving: National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation , Remember the Girls , and National Organization for Rare Diseases

Gisele Mogan (S2 E20) - Restore with Gisele

OF COURSE, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR AMAZING TEAM!!

Our Amazing Team:

Judith George - Editor (video & audio)

Keith Kenny - Music

Cindy Fatsis - Photography

  continue reading

90 episodes

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