Are you feeling empowered about giving birth? The process of preparing your body, mind, and spirit for becoming a mother, essentially, starts even before conception. Joining me today is Dr. Laura Brayton, and we will be talking about empowering pregnancy, birth, and motherhood. All about Laura: Chiropractic College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Laura holds certifications in Chiropractic Pediatrics, Webster Technique for Breech Presentation, Sacro-Occipital Technique (S.O.T.), Craniopathy, BioEnergetics Practitioner, is an advanced level practitioner of Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Technique (NAET) and a Tupler Technique® trainer. She is the owner and founder of Hoboken Family Chiropractic + Wellness, in Hoboken, NJ. She is passionate about educating and empowering women from conscious conception, healthy pregnancy, empowered birth, and joyful motherhood to holistic health and lifestyle. Follow her on FB and IG @drlaurabrayton and at www.drlaurabrayton.com for more information on her podcast, “Well-Adjusted Mama” and her preconception/fertility courses, Brayton Birth Method. Check out these episode highlights: 06:03 - How Laura was introduced to Homeopathy 08:36 - What is Bioenergetic testing 10:34 - Laura's homeopathic remedy experience 13:59 - Deep cleansing process for a preconception woman 15:08 - How does homeopathy help pregnant women 16:04 - The benefits of chiropractic care during pregnancy 19:02 - Babies' head scent can lessen aggression 20:55 - Indications of nervous system stress in newborns 22:15 - An empowered pregnant mom going into an empowered birth experience 24:20 - The Brayton Birth Method Support the Homeopathy Hangout Podcast by making a $5 once-off donation at www.buymeacoffee.com/hangout Join my Homeopathy Hangout Podcast Facebook community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HelloHomies Here is the link to my free 30-minute Homeopathy@Home online course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqBUpxO4pZQ&t=438s Upon completion of the course - and if you live in Australia - you can join my Facebook group for free acute advice (you'll need to answer a couple of questions about the course upon request to join): www.facebook.com/groups/eughom
Radio producer/reporter/host Brayton Wilson shares his career journey. Topics include Growing up as a Bills and Sabres fan Deciding to attend baseball umpire school out of college Erie Community College and Buffalo State Landing a job at WGR550 after an internship Challenges of early morning radio Why Howard Picks The Bills segment has been so successful Describing the Bills Mafia's passion Joining WBEN Best advice for aspiring broadcasters Lily and David Fine Jewelers is at The Shoppes of Wilton 3076 Rt 50 Saratoga Springs. Visit their new location to buy your engagement rings, wedding bands, birthday and anniversary gifts and more! Family owned and operated business, tell them you heard about it from Getting There With Goz. To stay cool all summer long, call Johnstone Supply in Troy at 518-272-5922. Or visit them at 2600 6th Ave in Troy. Get a new AC system today by calling 518-272-5922 or connecting online at JohnstoneSupply.com
On today's episode of the JKR Podcast, host Jayce Riegling sits down 2024 Indiana Baseball Commit Brayton Thomas. They discuss the recruiting process, personal scouting report, Mac Training, becoming a PO, and much more! Today's episode sponsor is 4 Him Glove Company. https://jkrpodcast.com Build A Legacy | Blue Collar Mentality | White Collar Industry | Embrace The Personality | Continuously Evolve Follow The JKR Podcast on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn for more updates and fan engagement!
Al and Lisa Brayton of Thirty-Seven Wines join Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger on California Wine Country. Their winery is located in the Petaluma Gap, the new AVA in southern Sonoma County that is characterized by its windy conditions. When they chose their winery's name, they wanted to give it a sense of place and since they were located on Highway 37, they chose that number. They also chose a logo, an ancient symbol called the Flower of Life, which is composed of many circles placed close together. Later, they discovered that there are thirty-seven circles in the design. They took this coincidence as a sign that they had chosen the right name. We usually begin tasting with a wine from Dan Berger's extensive personal cellar. Instead of that, Dan has brought a winning wine from a competition where he was a judge earlier today, the Mendocino County Wine Competition. This is the 47th consecutive year of that competition. This wine was served in the sweepstakes round. It is the Navarro 2021 Premiere Reserve Chardonnay. This later was announced as a Double Gold Medal winner, the top wine in its category. It's very good but definitely also very young. All About Albariño Lisa tells about their 2019 Albariño, which they have brought in. Albariño is a Spanish and Portuguese variety that Dan Berger describes as semi-aromatic. Dan describes how it starts out young with floral flavors then changes slightly with a few years of bottle aging, picking up fruit flavors. Steve had a Thirty-Seven Malbec last night and enjoyed it. They didn't bring one but they did bring a Blau Frankisch for later. But Dan says their Malbec is more delicate than other Malbecs especially the Argentinian. The credit goes to their winemaker, Shane Finley, who has been there since 2013. They grow Albariño for their own production but there is very little demand for it in California and hardly anybody grows it. Next they open their 2019 Riesling, Dan's favorite. It starts sweet but the aftertaste is dry. The vineyard is challenging, it's on a southern facing slope and they lost about half of it to a slide. It takes a lot of work in the vineyard. The Wind of Petaluma Gap Al and Dan both talk about the wind in Petaluma Gap and how it influences the grapes and wines of this new AVA. They have average wind speeds of 8 miles-per-hour, to qualify for the AVA. It cuts your yield, makes berry size smaller and makes thicker skins, but those factors increase flavors and character in the wine. Dan goes into detail here, in the 15th minute.
Are you seeking a medical practitioner with a deep knowledge of overall health and who offers several holistic modalities in a loving and supportive environment? In today's episode, you will meet one of the personal health practitioners I go to improve my health and get my body physically aligned. Dr. Laura Brayton is the owner and founder of Hoboken Family Chiropractic + Wellness in Hoboken, NJ. She holds certifications in Chiropractic Pediatrics, Webster Technique for breech presentation, Sacro-Occipital Technique (S.O.T.), Craniopathy, and is an advanced level practitioner of Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Technique (NAET) and a Tupler Technique® trainer. In this conversation, Dr. Laura talks about chiropractic as a way to heal physical pain, how she helps mothers and babies have holistic health, and how people with allergies minimize the risk of allergen exposure. Let's get limitless with our health by tuning in! Follow her on FB and IG @drlaurabrayton, and at www.drlaurabrayton.com. Also, Check out her Podcast, The Well Adjusted Mama, on iTunes, Spotify and more.
In This Episode: Marketing Director of Nationwide Building Society, Mark Brayton joins hosts Dan Maudhub and Phil Jones to discuss his career to date and the importance of digital in the financial services sector. Having begun his career with Barclay's post graduate programme, Mark has successfully climbed the ladder to become Marketing Director of the largest Building Society in the world. In this episode, Mark gives some amazing insight to: His strategy behind digital transformations Connecting customers with financial services Leadership principles and values The vital role agencies play in digital innovation About This Wonderful Person: Mark Brayton is a proven marketing leader with more than two decades of experience in financial services. He has a track record of delivering significant marketing transformation within data-rich and digitally... Read More
Stephen L. Brayton is a Sixth Degree Black Belt and certified instructor with over 30 years experience in The American Taekwondo Association.He began writing as a child; his first short story concerned a true incident about his reactions to discipline. During high school, he wrote for the school newspaper and was a photographer for the yearbook. For a Mass Media class, he wrote and edited a video project.In college, he began a personal journal for a writing class; said journal is ongoing. He was also a reporter for the college newspaper.During his early twenties, while working for a Kewanee, Illinois radio station, he wrote a fantasy based story and a trilogy for a comic book.He has been involved broadcasting, trucking, hospitality, newspaper graphic design, and a pre-press camera operator at a publishing company.He has written numerous short stories both horror and mystery.For Your Listening Pleasure for these Lockdown / Stay-At-Home COVID and Variants Times - For all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other!That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv
The Noisy Business Podcast is back and ready to go! This week the boys stream their first episode live on Youtube! Noisy Business Podcast is a comedy podcast that talks about news and pop culture. We have just done our first Livestream on Youtube. Sean and Brayton talk about the Disneyland proposal that went wrong. Then, Sean brings on a Bear to discuss "Catching A Predator 2.0 "They spend 30 minutes talking about the show and then they finish with talking about recent lawsuits regarding "Rainbow washing". They also talk about how businesses try to sell based on Pride month.
We talk about the interview with Brayton and Mrs. Laster, That movie Death Race, and The Phyllis Tunny 75 Today's show is sponsored by Jim's Outlaws! https://tinyurl.com/JimsOutlaws --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecrossoverwjam/message
We went to 5th Avenue Grille and Bar to the Brayton Laster meet and greet. These kind people invited us out to Talladega. Special thanks to Blaster Motorsports, Mullins Racing, The Laster Family. Check out our cool sponsor! Jim's Outlaws https://tinyurl.com/JimsOutlaws --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecrossoverwjam/message
Brayton Laster of Brayton Laster Motorsports returns to Throttled Up to discuss his most recent race with Mullins' Racing at Talladega. The day didn't end the way anyone had hoped for Brayton as he was an innocent bystander in someone else's mess. Here all the hilarious recaps from Brayton about the entire weekend. We also receive breaking news from Brayton about his future plans!
Mikey and Josh talk about their first road trip together..... to Nascar mecca, Talladega. Check out our cool sponsor! Jim's Outlaws https://tinyurl.com/JimsOutlaws --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecrossoverwjam/message
2018 & 2019 Australian Supercross Champion Justin Brayton is getting comfortable with his title as the elder statesman of Sujpercross. Brayton says this is his last year in the young man's game. But the two-time Australian Supercross champion is embracing the opportunities at his disposal. He's managed his career well and he's looking forward to unwinding at speed but spending some slower paced days with his family. Listen...
In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Brayton Williams, Co-Founder of BoostVC, BoostVC is a venture capital accelerator that invests in startups within crypto, Virtual Reality, Space, Artificial Intelligence and biotech.We cover the early days of crypto founders. The role that Ethereum and Bitcoin play in the space. We talk about the importance of focusing on product when building a startup. The tango between government and crypto. I get Brayton's take on the recent launch of $APE coin by Yuga Labs. For a moment we gander into a future where crypto adoption increases drastically and what that might mean for the world. I hope you enjoy the episode, you can subscribe to Web3 Frontier where we release a Podcast every week.Contact Info:Igor YuzoTwitter @igoryuzoBrayton WilliamsTwitter @BraytonKey
In today's episode, we have a conversation with Brayton Martin, the founder and creator of Martin RPI. One of the hottest sites in the state which is gaining steam by the day. Martin RPI is a "ratings performance index" much like Joe Eitel uses for football in the state of Ohio. Martin RPI website: https://martinrpi.com/ Follow Martin RPI on Twitter: @MartinRPI
Brayton Laster hops in to talk to us about Talladega and we discuss the event at 5th Avenue! Are you going? 3/5/22 at 5p! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecrossoverwjam/message
Join us for our first Mid-Season Spotlight on one of our hosts, Brayton Wooters. Brayton is a current Maryville University Rehabilitation Counseling student, completing his last semester of the program. Tune in to learn more about Brayton, his tips on school, internship, and more! Missouri Rehabilitation Association Eastern Chapter Maryville University Rehabilitation Counseling Maryville University Rehabilitation Counseling Youtube MRA Eastern Chapter Blog
Brayton "Master of Disaster" Laster calls in, and we discuss his history in racing, as well as what his plans are for Daytona in February. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecrossoverwjam/message
The NOISY BOYS RETURN. In the new studio and recording more regular than ever! Sean turns 30 and Brayton has an issue with his cat. We mourn the loss of Betty White and Bob Saget and quickly move on. Looking forward to 2022.
Despite some very poor audio issues, we decided to throw this podcast, live from 10 Cycles, w Phil, Brayton and Weege talking about the few days at Club MX, staying with Phil and more. Again, apologize for the issues here.
Stephen L. Brayton is a Sixth Degree Black Belt and certified instructor with over 30 years experience in The American Taekwondo Association. He began writing as a child; his first short story concerned a true incident about his reactions to discipline. During his early twenties, while working for a Kewanee, Illinois radio station, he wrote a fantasy based story and a trilogy for a comic book. He has been involved broadcasting, trucking, hospitality, newspaper graphic design, and a pre-press camera operator at a publishing company. He has written numerous short stories both horror and mystery. You can learn more at his website: https://stephenbrayton.wordpress.com/ And for more about our host Lisa Kessler visit http://Lisa-Kessler.com Book Lights - shining a light on good books!
This is the story of the 2010 North Tama High School Football Team. Making it into the playoffs, but never winning the big one, Brayton, Oli, Noah, and Paul talk to former players about their experiences on the 2010 team and their magical run to becoming champions.
Mila and I had a much-anticipated guest on this episode of Stellar Women—Shannon Brayton. After hearing Shannon speak with our CEO Mike Gamson at a company event, we knew we had to have her on the podcast due to her energy, authenticity, and wealth of experience in both marketing and the world of tech. Shannon brought that same energy to the podcast. During this episode, we discuss why innovative companies are making diversity a part of their strategy early in their founding, her most controversial piece of advice, and how she became an all-star public speaker who has interviewed Michelle Obama, Richard Branson, Chelsea Clinton, and more.
If you've ever struggled with any of these (because who hasn't!) - procrastination, stepping into a season of life without a plan, doing something you haven't done before, fear of failure, supporting others in their failures, internalizing what others say and think about you, taking risks, emotional vulnerability - you'll find encouragement and plenty of takeaways in this episode. In today's episode, we're chatting with Mae Brayton. Mae is sharing lessons and insights from her work in standup comedy, teaching improv, and writing and working on screenplays and productions for many years. We're talking about what it's like to step into something without a plan, moving past your natural fear responses, the power of your narrative vs. the narrative of others, emotional vulnerability, and all things fear of failure. AND...her story of how a moment of discouragement led her to law school which led her right back to pursue what she loves today will leave you reminded that life where take us exactly where we're meant to be. You'll laugh, think, and rethink after hearing this episode! You can find Mae on Instagram @maebrayton. __________ If you're just tuning in, welcome! I'm Annica and I'm on a mission to build a community around simple truths, life and business secrets, and everything in between...To uncomplicate the learning experience, keep us all growing, inspired, leading more fulfilling lives, and doing more meaningful work! You can find me on instagram - @annicafischer. I'd love to learn more about your story - send me a DM!
Per Peterson in R-Lab with ETUDE, the scaled water test version of the Engineering Test Unit now in construction in AlbuquerqueImage provided by Kairos Power Kairos Power Is developing a truly new nuclear fission power technology. Their KP-FHR (Kairos Power - Fluoride Salt Cooled, High Temperature Reactor) combines the solid fuel form usually associated with gas-cooled reactors with the fluoride molten salt often associated with fluid-fuel reactors. For Atomic Show #288, my guest was Dr. Per Peterson, Kairos Power's chief nuclear officer (CNO). Per explained the technical logic leading his company to make its ground-breaking choices. Before describing process of making technical choices, Per provided a brief summary of the KP-FHR technological development history. The FHR originated in a conversation with MIT's Dr. Charles Forsberg and later became the subject of an integrated research program between MIT, University of Wisconsin, and Dr. Peterson's academic home at University of California's Berkeley campus. As Per was careful to point out, the program was primarily funded with Department of Energy (DOE) academic research grants and involved a number of both graduate and undergraduate research students from each of the participating institutions. This type of project grant program is aimed at giving students practical design experience and providing purpose for experiments, equipment design and testing. Sometimes, as in the case of the FHR, members of the research team recognize that they have a product that can be commercialized because it has characteristics that are superior to similar products in the market. Three members of the FHR integrated research project team, Per Peterson, Ed Blandford, and Mike Laufer founded Kairos Power in 2016 as a venture-funded Silicon Valley company to refine their ideas and commercialize the technology they had helped to develop within the academic setting. In 2018, I talked with Ed Blandford and Per about Kairos Power, this show is part of my promise to provide updates on an intermittent basis. Brief description of the KP-FHR The nuclear fission heart of the KP-FHR is a pebble-bed reactor with 4 cm diameter fuel elements that each contain thousands of TRISO fuel particles in a graphite matrix. Fission heat generated in the reactor is moved by a pumped flow of fluoride salts through a heat exchanger that transfers the fission heat into nitrate salts similar to those used in concentrated solar thermal power systems. The nitrate salt is pumped through a second heat exchanger (steam generator) that functions as a water boiler to produce steam with temperature of 585 ℃ and pressure of 19 MPa. As Per explained, that combination of temperature and pressure is equal to the most modern coal fired steam plants. In fluoride salt the fuel elements have a slight positive buoyancy. To provide long operating periods without a large amount of excess reactivity at the beginning of core life, the KP-FHR includes an online fueling system that removes pebbles at the top of the core and replaces them with fresh or slightly used pebbles at the bottom. The pebbles move slowly and have very low frictional contact with each other in the bath of molten salt. The reactor operating temperature is approximately 1000 ℃ lower than the temperature at which the TRISO fuel particles would begin releasing even small quantities of fission products, giving the reactor a broad thermal margin. As Per described it, the pebbles are so relaxed that they are almost meditating during their residence time in the molten salt. What happened to the gas turbine concept? Some listeners might remember that Kairos Power initially planned to use a Brayton cycle heat conversion system with the potential for using natural gas co-firing to produce peak power. Like many academic ideas, the system that looked good on paper or on computer screens turned out to be more complex and difficult to dev...
Today I sit down with Brayton Wilson to wrap my head around the future of the Amerks and the Sabres prospect pipeline with WGR550 morning show producer Brayton Wilson. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thedailybuffalo/support
Minutes 0:00 - Kyle Bratke is still MIA 0:01 - Willie wants CP to get his wife a new car 0:05 - The Junior MFS went undefeated in the morning session on Tuesday 0:06 - Vito beat the returning world champ from Russia to make the finals 0:11 - Gabe Tagg continues to look awesome 0:14 - Yahya went 1-1 0:17 - Brayton went 0-1 0:18 - Should the age level teams get longer acclimation times? 0:23 - Why doesn't the USA host more world championships? 0:27 - David Carr beat Russia and Iran 0:28 - Aaron Brooks went 0-1, lost to Azerbaijan 0:29 - Trent Hidlay looks phenomenal 0:34 - Lucas Davison in the semis 0:35 - Tanner Sloan lost to a very good guy from Turkey 0:36 - Mason Parris is hitting gut wrenches 0:38 - Yianni/Zain arbitration update 0:53 - Dake/Ringer is this Saturday 0:58 - Questions from Friends