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After a two-month break, the podcast is BACK and I could not be more excited! The time off really allowed me to catch my breath, journal, and reflect on my core values that I strive to incorporate into all of the content I continue to create for you. And I find it so fitting that many of these themes come up in this first episode back.
For those of you who have been following The Healthy Maven for awhile now, you know I am a HUGE fan of Barre3 and the company's founder, Sadie Lincoln. I love how Barre3 advocates for listening to your body and practicing intuitive movement - a message that has really resonated with me as my relationship with exercise has evolved over the past several years. Sadie is someone I have admired both as a businesswomen and as a leading voice for intuitive living and body love, and I've been dying to have her on the show!
Here's what we chatted about:
- Her unconventional upbringing as a "hippie" kid
- How she fell into the fitness industry and discovered her love of group exercise
- The role of intuition in shaping her career path as an entrepreneur
- The importance of slowing down, and how this idea plays a role in both her professional and personal lives
- Sadie's toolbox of self-care practices
- Her thoughts on developing and modeling a healthy relationship with social media
- Using the power of education to maintain Barre3's key messages across a franchise model
- How she's navigated through the traditional fitness marketing cycle to find her authentic path
- The one health habit she can't live without
- Sadie's advice to her 20-year-old self
Items mentioned in this episode:
- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
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