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Elite climber Mo Beck shares her struggles and breakthroughs in Training, Nutrition, Tactics, and Mental Game. - As a competitive climber, Mo has won 9 national titles, a gold medal at the 2014 Paraclimbing World Championships in Spain, and defended that title with a gold medal at the 2016 World Championships in Paris. Mo became world famous as the subject of the Cedar Wright film Stumped which documented her journey to send 12a with half the hands most climbers use. Mo was also named a 2019 National Geographic explorer of the year after completing an expedition to the Cirque of the Unclimbibles. This conversation is full of struggle, stoke, laughs, and a ton of actionable takeaways, regardless of how many hands you have. - Petzl is the official gear sponsor of The Struggle. Check out their amazing products, including their Scirocco helmet, at your local gear shop and learn more at petzl.com. PhysiVantage is the official climbing-nutrition sponsor of The Struggle. Visit www.physivantage.com/discount/STRUGGLE15 to receive 15% off your full priced nutrition order. Check out Friction Labs chalk, including their ever-lasting Secret Stuff! Use code STRUGGLE20 for 20% off at frictionlabs.com - The Struggle is carbon-neutral in partnership with The Honnold Foundation, whose mission is to promote solar energy for a more equitable world. - Want to be a podcast hero and score yourself some rad limited edition swag? Support the show and the climbers who make it by becoming a Patron at www.patreon.com/thestruggleclimbingshow - CHAPTERS: Struggle: 0:06:50 Training: 0:16:36 Nutrition: 0:24:38 Tactics: 0:29:49 Mental Game: 0:42:17 Purpose: 0:50:05 Takeaways: 0:55:22 - Follow along on Instagram @thestruggleclimbingshow, and @mo.in.mountains - Still reading? You deserve a free sticker: Please rate and review the show -- it really helps us to reach a wider audience! Snap a pic of your review, post to IG, and tag @thestruggleclimbingshow so that we can find you, and we'll send you a sticker just because you're rad. - This episode was hosted by Ryan Devlin and produced by Mary Mathis and Ryan Devlin. The Struggle is a proud member of the Plug Tone Audio Collective, a diverse group of the best, most impactful podcasts in the outdoor industry. - The struggle makes you stronger. Let's climb hard and do good things in the world!
We have Don Colliver with us today. Don teaches popular public speaking courses internally at Google and around the world and speaks professionally for Fortune 500 companies including Adobe, Cisco, and Medtronic. He has performed with the Blue Man Group, toured internationally as a theatrical Google clown for contemporary circus Spiegel World, and is listed in the Cirque du Soleil performer database. In this episode, Don discusses how graphic design can be taken into account when creating engaging corporate events. He shares four ways that graphic designers can engage their audiences: by acknowledging something the audience is doing; breaking the fourth wall; providing helpful information; and reaching milestones on platforms such as Apple podcasts or Spotify. Tune in to this episode and learn about the art and impact of public speaking! Highlights: (01:28) What it's like performing with the Blue Man Group (03:35) What public speaking courses are Googlers taking? (04:50) How has Don's clown experience impacted his approach to public speaking more specifically? (07:04) What things is Don looking for before choosing to do a course? (08:45) Why is transformational public speaking impactful? (16:38) How do people get into public speaking classes? (19:45) How can trade show marketers or internal corporate marketing departments find superstar tradeshow speakers? (21:43) What are some ways that people within the same booth space can encourage audience engagement? (24:06) Don's experience in a book reading at the NewNow Creative Event and Community Center California Links: Connect with Don: Don's Book: Wink: Transforming Public Speaking with Clown Presence: Colliver, Don: 9798986276731: Amazon.com: Books Website: doncolliver.com LinkedIn: Don Colliver - Instructional Designer and Facilitator - GoogleArts | LinkedIn Twitter: Don Colliver (@doncolliver) / Twitter Connect with Yanique: Podcast www.facebook.com/groups/eventist365/ https://twitter.com/eventist365 https://www.instagram.com/eventist365/ Host https://www.facebook.com/MissYaniDoesStuff/ https://twitter.com/YaniDoesStuff https://www.instagram.com/YaniDoesStuff/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ydacosta/ Graphic Design Firm for Corporate Events: https://www.facebook.com/TheYKMD https://twitter.com/theYKMD https://instagram.com/theYKMD https://www.linkedin.com/company/ykmd/z Graphic Design Firm Websites: Books mentioned: How to Tell a Story: The Essential Guide to Memorable Storytelling from The Moth
Glo instructor Khetanya Henderson interviews fellow Glo instructor Ivorie Jenkins. A former professional dancer for film, television and stage, Ivorie fell in love with yoga and meditation as pre-performance rituals during her time as a dancer with Cirque du Soleil. Khetanya and Ivorie's conversation compares their experiences as dancers and yogis, as practitioners of an art form that is at its center outward looking, and a spiritual practice that is at its center inward. Ivorie discusses her early career influencers, her work with Cirque du Soleil, and a soulful trip to India that held some surprises for her. She reads from a blog about the experience and ends the interview with a short practice. Links:Ivorie Jenkins websiteIvorie on InstagramGLO classes:Ivorie on Glo
In this episode we are joined by Alana Clapp, talking all things Cirque du Soleil. Alana began her career with Cirque du Soleil in 2009 with the show O at the Bellagio. She joined the Stage Management team of Mystère in 2012, and is currently the General Stage Manager for the company's longest running Las Vegas production. An advocate for arts educational programs and student mentorship, Alana has presented at various universities throughout the country. Some of her favorite roles outside of Cirque include guest lecturer at the College of Southern Nevada, advisory panel member for the Stage Craft Institute of Las Vegas, mentor with the USITT Stage Management Mentorship Project, along with a number of events for film, television, and professional sports. Outside of the entertainment industry, Alana can also be found serving as an Advance Associate for the Office of the Vice President of the United States, as well as a lexicologist with creative branding agency Haystack Needle. We want to hear from YOU and provide a forum where you can put in requests for future episodes. What are you interested in listening to? Please fill out the form for future guest suggestions here and if you have suggestions or requests for future themes and topics, let us know here! @theatreartlife Thanks to David Zieher who composed our music.
Tamás Kelemen is the head strength and conditioning coach for the Cirque du Soleil show “O.” Cirque is the largest contemporary circus producer in the world, with 17 active shows, 6 of which reside in Las Vegas. Tamas started off as an athlete, where he was an elite-level gymnast and diver. At the end of […] The post Tamás Kelemen on Training the Elite Athletes of Cirque du Soleil appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.
Recently I had the opportunity with my daughter along with David & Leah Zanolla to visit Cirque du Soleil: Drawn to Life. This show has just recently achieved its first anniversary this month. This is the second show the Cirque group has hosted at what was originally Downtown Disney, but is now Disney Springs. We will look in depth as to whether this show is worth the ticket to attend. We'll take a look at what makes the show succeed, and how it compares to the original show in this venue, La Nouba. If you are considering attending this show, this review will definitely be worth the time. Check out Cirque du Soleil's 50th production: Drawn to Life, a Review.
Shop Amazon Black Friday Deals - https://amzn.to/3AK6P14 Episode Description: As a reminder you can watch this show as well at: http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories We learned some big news about Mirage Las Vegas this week that will see the end of two popular venues at the hotel when it changes ownership to Hard Rock later this year. The Dolphin Habitat and Secret Garden attractions are now permanently closed following a temporary closure after a dolphin died a couple of months ago. What will replace this area under Hard Rock ownership? In other news you can save 50% off on many popular Vegas Cirque shows for Black Friday including the new Mad Apple, KA, Love and more. We also discuss the Raider's potential new "Win City" slogan, food carts coming to the Strip, an update on the new downtown Wildfire Casino and we update you on the Resorts World robbery where they found a suspect who allegedly carried out the crime and returned to the scene. About the Show Each week tens of thousands of people tune into our MtM Vegas news shows at http://www.YouTube.com/milestomemories. We do two news shows weekly on YouTube with the audio being combined into this podcast. Never miss out on the latest happenings in and around Las Vegas! Enjoying the podcast? Please consider leaving us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform! You can also connect with us anytime at email@example.com. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or by searching "MtM Vegas" or "Miles to Memories" in your favorite podcast app. Don't forget to check out our travel/miles/points podcast as well!
An award-winning musician and published author who is active in the Austin music scene on vocals, cello, acoustic and electric guitar, keyboards, electric bass, banjo, dobro, human beatbox and drums. John has produced, performed and recorded with Ozomatli, BoomBoxATX, Schrödinger's Cat, Woodwork, Trio Los Vigilantes, The House Jacks, The Swingle Singers and Sixpence None the Richer. He has eleven Austin Music Awards including “Best Acoustic Guitar” and “Best Miscellaneous Instrument – Human Beatbox.” He is in the Cirque du Soleil talent pool and his national commercial credits include principal appearances as a beatboxer for Chili's, Schlotzsky's Austin City Limits and Southwest Airlines, as well as music for Walmart. His acting credits include Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar, Roger in RENT, a co-starring role on Fox's Prison Break and he played himself opposite Harry Connick, Jr. in the movie Angels Sing. John's book Yesterday Was Weird, co-written with his dog Benny, has been featured on Today and in Good Housekeeping and Southern Living.
Canadian-born Erika Lemay has become a beautifully disruptive icon in the world of live performance, using her body in ways that defy both gravity and human possibilities. Her journey has taken her from her first ballet class at the age of four to worldwide success and accolades. As the creator of Physical Poetry, Erika believes that ‘Poetry doesn't have to be expressed with words'. Her TV performances have been seen by more than 400 million viewers worldwide, and her talent has been featured in international media, including Vanity Fair, Glamour Magazine, Hello Magazine, Le Figaro and La Repubblica. She has performed extensively as a soloist guest star with Cirque du Soleil whilst developing the unique artistic language for which she is famous today. In this episode, Stephen talks with Erika about the importance of discipline, developing a moral compass, dealing with the imposter syndrome and stories from her book Almost Perfect: The Life Guide To Creating Your Success Story Through Passion and Fearlessness. *Patrons of the podcast can enjoy an additional interview segment with Erika including her thoughts on how to handle the down times after a heightened creative experience. Support The Podcast. Get Exclusive Content. Episode Sponsor: Brightbell Creative. Meaningful Marketing for the Creative Artist.
In this episode of “The Journey of My Mother's Son” podcast, I sit down to talk with Don Colliver. Don Colliver teaches popular public speaking courses internally at Google and around the world; leads improv, clown, and sketch comedy classes for the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre; and speaks professionally for Fortune 500 companies including Adobe, Cisco, and Medtronic. Don has performed with the Blue Man Group, toured internationally as a theatrical Clown for contemporary circus Spiegelworld, and is listed in the Cirque du Soleil performer database. Don's mission is to help every communicator profoundly impact their audience through the power of authenticity, listening, and play: the Secrets of Clown! He recently released a #1 Bestselling Amazon book entitled "Wink: Transforming Public Speaking with Clown Presence" to help anxious speakers and organizational teams everywhere connect more deeply when they communicate. To find out more about Don, check out his website at www.doncolliver.com.
Step inside the studio with us for this in-person interview with Janice Jimenez, Marketing Director at Climate Pledge Arena, live from the Amazon Music Artist Lounge located backstage at Climate Pledge Arena. As we visit Seattle to plan the upcoming EAMC conference, Janice tells us all about Seattle's amazing new arena and it's many features and initiatives. Hear about some of the incredible climate-forward, green programs and strategies that the arena employs, and how they are working to innovate and lead the charge in the live events industry. She walks us through her career, from starting on the venue side with an internship at Honda Center in Anaheim, to lots of experience working for promoters such as Feld Entertainment, Cirque du Soleil, and Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live. We discuss opportunities and challenges that come with working with brands and intellectual properties, and how JJ's experience with them bettered her career journey. Enjoy this fun, energetic, live interview with excellent career tips and lots of great info about The Emerald City, Seattle.Janice Jimenez: Instagram | LinkedIn | EmailClimate Pledge Arena: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Opening business Tip courtesy of the National PC Bank of Jamaica: Opening business Tip courtesy of the National PC Bank of Jamaica: Invest - investing is necessary for every business; it includes investing in yourself (gaining the knowledge and skills to run your business), investing in your products and services, tools, and marketing to maintain and grow your business; investing in stocks to generate extra revenue to grow your business financially and more. My guest on episode 290 of The Entrepreneurial You is Julia Langley. Julia is a featured singer for Cirque du Soleil and has performed in over 20 different countries and all 50 States for 18 years. One of the things she's most passionate about is helping others learn how to overcome stage fright and increase their confidence in communication. Julia's transformative program “Performing For Success” helps speakers, singers and other high-level performers make more money and become recognized for their talent worldwide by discovering the secrets to commanding confident performances. In 2019 she was hit by a jeep while riding her bicycle, overcoming injuries that have changed her life. Three surgeries later and a diagnosis of PTSD, Julia has personal experience in starting from ground zero and facing the unknown with courage and resilience. PODCAST REVIEW: If you are an entrepreneur or leader looking for how to a Higher Impact, but want to save time, money, energy and effort by getting the cheat codes on how to do it faster, better, and more efficiently… then this podcast is for you! G Mia Hewett, USA If you wrote a review send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org let me know so I can shout you out right here on the show! Contact Julia: https://www.facebook.com/julia.langley; https://www.instagram.com/cirquesingerjules; https://www.linkedin.com/in/julia-langley-212aa015; https://www.tiktok.com/cirquesinger; https://www.amazon.com/author/julialangley Give Away: 30-Minute Free Consultation - linktree/julialangley Today's Money Tip, brought to you by Profit Jumpstarter is Investing Is NOT Gambling: One of the biggest mistakes that outsiders make is thinking that all investing is gambling or speculation. Not so savvy investors can treat it like such and will fail. Avoid making an investment decision based on short-term market movements' predictions, rumours, and gossip. You need to do your homework. You need to think about every investment you make as you personally investing as an owner of the company. Thank you for tuning in to this episode with Julia Langley. What's the standout moment for you today? Send us your feedback at email@example.com or on social media @henekawatkisporter. Remember to follow this podcast on your favourite podcast app or connect with me for all things Podcasting at henekawatkisporter.com According to the Scriptures: “I will give you thanks in the great assembly; among the throngs I will praise you.” Psalms 35:18 Stay connected with me elsewhere: linktr.ee/heneka_watkis_porter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-entrepreneurial-you/message
Julia Langley is an accomplished singer, author, public speaker and coach who has traveled the world singing for the cirque. She shares some of her travel stories while relating to helping others that need help with public speaking, singing or public speaking anxieties. Find out how to sing at the highest levels while dealing with jet lag, sleep deprivation and the dreaded, but unavoidable, mishaps when traveling with large groups such as a circus troupe.Julia takes her skills mastered over decades and shares them with others, like me, who want or need to speak publicly. Not only is she performing with her passion but she also gets to help others. That is a win-win situation and something most of us would like to accomplish in our own lives.SUBSCRIBEYou can subscribe to The Travel Wins Podcast on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, YouTube, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Podnews, Castbox, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, and Amazon.The Travel Wins intro song by Allison Johnson and Steve StevensWebsite Design by Stack Host#julialangley #cirque #singer
November 2022 … From Norway we welcome Geir Jenssen! A.K.A. Biosphere. Music as environment: unique ambient artist with a pristine and arctic sound since his first 1991 release ‘Microgravity'. In today's show we play music from the Cirque 2016 re-issue and the Shortwave Memories 2022 vinyl releases. Listening to these records is like an unseen movie: the exploration of the human psyche. Have fun! Le Grand Dome / Iberia Eteria / Minuarta - CIRQUE 2016Interval Signal / Infinium - SHORTWAVE MEMORIES 2022 ———> NEW SHOW NOTES VERSION———> PLEASE SEND ANY FEEDBACK IF YOU WANT———> firstname.lastname@example.org———> visit our site www.ambient.zone———> SUPPORT THIS STATION https://paypal.me/ambientzone © 2022 Ambient.Zone
(This episode is a rebroadcast of an interview we did in 2020.) Brian Ringley is the Construction Technology Manager Boston Dynamics. Much of his work centers on the Spot robot. You could call it an “agile mobile robot” or a “quadraped.” Or you could just call it a robot dog. But it's more than just a robot dog, and it's more than just an agile quadraped. It's a platform for all kinds of functions. Spot can carry various payloads that serve a range of functions: Autonomous laser scanning Continuous site monitoring with continuous 360-degree video Examination of environments that are radioactive or otherwise dangerous to humans In short, Spot can provide the large data sets that allow project managers to employ some of the more ambitious AI solutions that are now available. Brian shares about a Boston Dynamics partnership with Drone Deploy. We discuss some unexpected applications of Spot, including some work in the entertainment industry: Latte, the steampunk dog at Universal Studios park A performance with Cirque du Soleil Youtube influencers making weird videos Brian walks us through Spot's abilities and limitations, explaining how much human guidance is needed for various functions. He's clear about the fact that Spot won't fix all of the challenges with BIM, but he discusses how integrations with things like Avvir show promise. We discuss the social aspects of robots like Spot, including how people respond when they first encounter a robot like this one. Eddie shares that his initial reaction when he saw Spot was, “That's cool, but what would I do with that?” Brian discusses the fact that Spot can help contractors pay subs more quickly by verifying the status of their work. (Tyler makes the connection between this insight and our interview with Pete Dumont.) As you can imagine, this technology is advancing all the time. If you're interested in seeing an update on the Spot developments (since this interview was recorded in 2020), check out this video. Brian's Megaphone Message: Don't confuse technology problems with business model problems. Businesses will benefit when they intelligently take on risk where there's a potentially substantial reward. Find Brian online: Brian's LinkedIn - Brian's Instagram - Brian's Twitter - Boston Dynamics and Spot Find Us Online: BrosPodcast.com - LinkedIn - Youtube - Instagram - Facebook - Eddie's LinkedIn - Tyler's LinkedIn If you enjoy the podcast, please rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to us! Thanks for listening! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Learn from Clown School, Blue Man Group and Improv, oh my! How to use clown presence in your presentation Episode 119 (Don is based in San Francisco) In this conversation with Don Colliver, we explore: How clown training helps you leverage your flaws for human connection The importance of getting well prepared for your presentation How to shine through an embarrassing moment The ATM method to handle distractions and interruptions How to use the clown techniques of complicity and wink Why you need to become more aware of your emotional and state Why it's okay to reveal your kryptonite A crazy and effective way to rehearse your presentation About Don Colliver Don Colliver teaches popular public speaking courses internally at Google and around the world; leads improv, clown, and sketch comedy classes for the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre; and speaks professionally for Fortune 500 companies including Adobe, Cisco, and Medtronic. Don has performed with the Blue Man Group, toured internationally as a theatrical Clown for contemporary circus Spiegelworld, and is listed in the Cirque du Soleil performer database. Try this exercise to gauge the level of engagement with your audience. Get your free copy of the exercise here. https://www.doncolliver.com/engage ----- Excerpts from this conversation with Don Colliver That is fascinating, Don, because what I'm hearing is that we want you to be good, we want you to be prepared, we want you to show up and ready to present and we want you to be the best that you can. And if we see that you put in that effort, then we forgive a flaw or mistake. However, we will not forgive when you are not prepared. 07:38 A well put and I will take it even further. Forgive makes it sound like you're like I'm going to ignore that. I found that a small bobble actually gets the audience more on your side, if you're properly prepared, it makes them and that's what the clown that's what I mean by the clown element. A basic structure of a clown Act is the clown comes out, ready to deliver something to the audience very excited, full of hope. Of course something goes wrong. The clown shares the vulnerability; the clown is vulnerable to the audience like that did not go as I planned. No problem, I'm going to keep trying. And the audience is like okay, and then the clown of course, has another mistake, another failure even more extravagant. And this continues on this pattern continues on the audience gets more and more on the side of the clown. Until usually in a clown bit the clown fails into some sublime unintended beauty. This is not presentation this is this is where it diverts from what we're talking about. I'm just saying, if you are prepared enough, if you are properly prepared, a little bit of humanity will actually get the audience on your side. ----- This is what I do before all of my presentations, I rehearse five to seven times, front to back without stopping. But two of those times I do a very specific method. One time, I will go through my presentation, and I'll do extremely big body movements. Like crazy, I'll close the door, no one can see me I'll pull the shades down. So it's, it's private. And, and I'll like wave my hands around, I'll jump on the couch, I'll crawl on the ground. Depending upon what I'm talking about. Just as much as I can, I'll use my entire body. Of course, you never do this in the real presentation. But what it's going to leave a residual amount of appropriate movement, because you'll end up finding that you are acting crazy during the most important and emphatic parts of your presentation, it will just kind of sort out. You don't have to script it, it'll just happen. The second one is do the same thing. But with vocal variety. Again, close the door, pull the shades down, make sure nobody's watching. But really talk up and down and whisper and light and yell and really hit your points hard. And again, you won't speak like that during the presentation. But the residual will be your voice. We'll have a lot more interesting vocal variety when you give that presentation that wasn't there before. A lot of folks, non native speakers struggle and ask how can I help my vocal variety? This is a tip I often throw their way of practice. ----- ----more---- Your Intended Message is the podcast about how you can boost your career and business success by improving your communication skills. We'll examine the aspects of how we communicate one-to-one, one to few and one to many – plus that important conversation, one to self. In these interviews we will explore presentation skills, public speaking, conversation, persuasion, negotiation, sales conversations, marketing, team meetings, social media, branding, self talk and more. Your host is George Torok George is a specialist in executive communication skills. That includes conversation and presentation. He's fascinated by way we communicate and influence behaviors. He delivers training and coaching programs to help leaders and promising professionals deliver the intended message for greater success. Connect with George www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgetorokpresentations/ https://www.youtube.com/user/presentationskills https://www.instagram.com/georgetorok/ For weekly tips to improve your presentations visit https://toroktips.com/
Bruno shares his saga from playing the drums and enjoying international music, mixing songs and culture from Tunisia, France, and LA. Those facets led to studying at UCLA Ethnomusicology, becoming a DJ at KCRW, and building a record label in his living room. He shared work in place-based music and compilation records, in building the sonic architecture of hotels, vacations, and clothing brands -- creating soundtracks to vacations and lifestyles. His own independent label became his inspiration to work to streamlining the complexity of running a music label. His work in Filemaker Pro and Salesforce for his own company became the early stages of the 2015 go-to-market for Revelator. He became a “product guy,” helping labels in many regions with streaming music processing and accelerating catalog valuation and fractionalization processes. We closed with discussions from Web3 -- moving from an information-based to a value-based Internet -- and new types of marketplaces and tokenized economies that will go beyond what artists can do today. Guest: Bruno Guez, Founder and CEO, Revelator Founder of Revelator, and a former Director on the Board of Merlin Network, the leading music rights agency, Bruno Guez brings over twenty-five years of experience as a seasoned digital music executive working with Chris Blackwell' Island Records and Guy Laliberte's Cirque du Soleil. With a strong vision to retool the creative industry, Bruno saw the opportunity to provide a game-changing technology platform for global rights administration and royalty management using blockchain technology, with a goal of enabling efficient and fully transparent reporting, real-time payments and innovative revenue streams for rights owners, creators, artists, producers, and publishers around the world. Links: URL: revelator.com Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brunoguez/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/brunoguez @brunoguez
Kristina Heney is a live experience marketing expert, storyteller, brand builder and performance marketer who has spent the last two decades connecting fans with world-class brands including Cirque du Soleil, Madison Square Garden Entertainment and the National Basketball Association. Currently, Kristina is the EVP, CMO of Hornblower Group, the world's largest on-water experiences company, featuring a global network of ferries, sightseeing and micro overnight cruises. As CMO, Kristina oversees all aspects of Hornblower's global marketing, guest experience, and brand communications across 30 ports, leading a team of 400 marketers.
Isaias Hiram Urrabazo is a native Las Vegan and is one of seven children. He is an accomplished artist, singer, actor, public speaker, and costume designer. He is currently Head of Wardrobe at Magic Mike Live: Las Vegas. For the past few years, Isaias has been sculpting Halloween folk art and Day of the Dead art. It has been exhibited in the All Hallow's Art Fest in Petaluma, California and Hallowbaloo in Bothell, Washington. He has won two Best in Show awards and three People's Choice awards for his Day of the Dead installation at the annual Springs Preserve Dia de los Muertos festival in Las Vegas, Nevada which takes place annually on the weekend following November 1st and 2nd. Isaias is a self-taught sculptor. His solo show, “Life, Death, Rebirth” has been exhibited at the Pioneer Theatre Loge Gallery in Salt Lake City, Utah. The exhibit can currently be seen: October 28 - November 12, 2022 10am-6pm and before and after the current production, Shucked. Pioneer Theatre Loge Gallery His art work has also been exhibited by the Gateway Arts Foundation and the Life and Death Festival at the Winchester Cultural Center, where he won Best in Show. His art can be found in the homes of Sally Struthers of “All in the Family” fame and Joey Fatone of *NSYNC. He also won the Las Vegas Valley Award for Best Costume Design for his work on Cherry Orchard of the Living Dead. He has worked backstage in numerous Las Vegas shows including Celine Dion: A Brand New Day, Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular, Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson ONE, Rock of Ages, Azure: An Underwater Fantasy, and Magic Mike Live (the Las Vegas production as well as the Australian and US touring versions). In his spare time, Isaias enjoys inspiring young people with talks about his art work and costume designs. You can find his work online: Instagram @isaias.urrabazo www.facebook.com/BootifulThings www.bootifulthings.com www.etsy.com/shopBootifulThingsIsaias
Guest Interview: Travis Japan, Debut single, “Just Dance”, Competing on America's Got Talent, TJ's Fan Family, Industry Dance Day in Las Vegas presented by Susan Salgado Entertainment, Mike “Dropz” Cameron, Cirque du Soleil, Rosero, Jawkeen, Marvin Columbus, Dominique Columbus, Travis Payne Directing "Crossing The Line", Osmonds, Home Renovations, Steel Magnolias, Passive Income, Tara Nicole Hughes, Robert Iscove, Little Mermaid starring Halle Bailey, working on Cinderella starring Brandy and Whitney Houston, Remembering Gianni Versace, connection to Universal Backlot, working on Date Movie, collaborating with Maia & Alex Shibutani. DANCE HERO: Rob MarshallSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Encouragement Engineering podcast offers listeners the ability to combat the negativity that inundates our daily lives with a positive perspective and positive actions. Our guest today is Don Colliver. Don teaches popular public speaking courses internally at Google and around the world; leads improv, clown, and sketch comedy classes for the Berkeley Rep School of Theatre; and speaks professionally for Fortune 500. Don has performed with the Blue Man Group, toured internationally as a theatrical Clown for contemporary circus Spiegelworld, and is listed in the Cirque du Soleil performer database. Don's mission is to help every communicator profoundly impact their audience through the power of authenticity, listening, and play: the Secrets of Clown! He recently released a #1 Amazon New Release book entitled "Wink: Transforming Public Speaking with Clown Presence" to help anxious speakers and organizational teams everywhere connect more deeply when they communicate. Listen as we discuss: · Public Speaking · Overcoming Fear · Imperfection · Engagement Website: Wink Public Speaking — Colliver Communications (doncolliver.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doncolliver LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doncolliver/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4t8G0t4sxcoXQ2dM0pQbRw Be sure to follow The Encouragement Engineering podcast at https://encouragementengineer.com or https://bobbrummspeaks.com
This is part two of an afternoon's conversation with Taylor Culbert. Taylor is a PhD candidate in Theatre and Performance at the Graduate Center at the City University of New York. She is writing her dissertation on 17th century animal performances in Europe, looking specifically at how cultural narratives about animals shaped the ways that humans and animals responded to one another. In Part 1 we began with stag hunts and some surprising revelations about animal intelligence. It was a conversation with many interesting twists and turns. Taylor described the challenge of finding accounts from the 17th century about the relationship performers developed with the animals they worked with. I invited Dominique to share what she had observed in the artists and trainers who performed in the Cavalia shows. It's been a few years since that show was on tour, so Dominique began by describing the show. Cavalia is like Cirque du Soleil only with horses. In traditional circuses, horses are worked in the round always within reach of a long whip. In Cavalia they wanted to break away from this traditional image of superiority of humans over animals to portray a relationship built around friendship. Part 2 begins with Dominique sharing some stories from the show describing the relationship that developed between the artists and their equine performing partners. From there we circled back into the 17th century to Taylor's research and that brought us back around to the importance of positive reinforcement training and the role it plays in creating safety nets under horses.
Whoa kids, what up. This week on the ole pod john: Las Vegas trip recap (long live the Golden Nugget), infinity, oak trees, exercise, fruits and vegetables, and the positive effects of experiencing discomfort. And here's the Cirque show I talk about: https://www.cirquedusoleil.com/MYSTEREFollow me on Insta:@dannypalmernyc@thedannypalmershowSupport the show
Cirque du Soleil started with a group of street performers in Montreal, Canada in 1984 and manages approximately 40 shows worldwide today. In addition to the iconic shows under the blue and yellow big top, the Cirque du Soleil brand includes other live entertainment brands such as the Blue Man Group, VStar Entertainment Group, and The Works Entertainment Group. After being shut down for an extended period during the pandemic, Cirque Du Soleil is back, stronger than ever across multiple continents. But this time, they are also delighting their customers with an Interactive Program to enhance the fan experience and enable more engagement opportunities. Pierre-Luc Camirand, Director of Digital Customer Experience, shares their digital transformation journey with me. With annual global ticket sales range from 11-12 million, of which one-third of those transactions are done online and move through the Sitecore digital ecosystem. Through micro-interactions and behavioral personalization, I learn how Cirque du Soleil is increasing engagement, conversion rates, and repeat business. We discuss how they are replicating the experience of a live show in the digital environment and creating a seamless customer experience across all digital platforms with content in multiple languages.
Abstract: In this episode (Part III), Karin and Elizabeth have a special guest, Kerry Hennigan, columnist of the journal. This three-part series discusses nine columns Elizabeth and Kerry wrote to celebrate the 80th MJAS column. REFERENCE AS: Merx, Karin, and Elizabeth Amisu. “Episode 62 –Part III Interview with Kerry Hennigan & MJ Studies Today” Podcast, Michael Jackson's Dream Lives On: An Academic Conversation 9, no. 1 (2022). Published electronically 21/10/2022. https://michaeljacksonstudies.org/episode-62 The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies asks that you acknowledge The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies as the source of our Content; if you use material from The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies online, we request that you link directly to the stable URL provided. If you use our content offline, we ask that you credit the source as follows: “Courtesy of The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies.” Episode 62– Part III Interview with Kerry Hennigan & MJ Studies TodayBy Karin Merx & Elizabeth Amisu and guest Kerry Hennigan Karin Merx BMus, MA, is editor of The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies, and author of ‘A festive parade of highlights. La Grande Parade as evaluation of the museum policy of Edy De Wilde at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam'. Find out more about Karin here. Elizabeth Amisu, PGCE, MA, is the editor of The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies and author of The Dangerous Philosophies of Michael Jackson: His Music, His Persona, and His Artistic Afterlife. Find out more about Elizabeth here. References Part III Kerry Hennigan, '“Keep on with the force”: Michael Jackson's legacy on tour and in residence via Cirque du Soleil', The Journal Of Michael Jackson Academic Studies, (https://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-lxxi/) 14.11.202.Kerry Hennigan, 'Planet Earth, Earth Song and beyond: Michael Jackson's storytelling as activism', The Journal Of Michael Jackson Academic Studies, (https://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-lxxvi/) 14.04.2022.Kerry Hennigan, 'The curious matter of the disappearing tracks from Michael Jackson's first posthumously released album', The Journal Of Michael Jackson Academic Studies, (https://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-lxxx/) 14.08.2022.
Ce soir, JOUR J a le plaisir d'accepter l'invitation d'Alexis Grüss qui nous emmène sur la piste aux étoiles pour une émission exceptionnelle depuis son chapiteau et dans ses écuries. Jour J, c'est l'émission des grands entretiens d'actualité internationale, culturelle, économique et politique. Chaque jour sur RTL de 20h à 21h et en podcast, Flavie Flament reçoit un acteur de l'actualité et revient avec lui sur une date fondamentale de sa vie. Ecoutez Jour J avec Flavie Flament du 19 octobre 2022
Declan Brooks is a professional BMX rider and BMX Freestyle Olympic Bronze Medalist. Declan grew up in Portsmouth, UK. His Dad was into motorcycling but Dec had other ideas. He got his first BMX at 9 years old and started skipping football to ride his bike. From then on he spent every minute at the skate park. At 16 he thought that he could take BMX further and make it a career.He worked as a plasterer on the side to get money to go to competitions. British Cycling came along and Dec became a full-time BMX Freestyle athlete with the goal to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. He was the first British athlete to get a medal in BMX Freestyle with a Bronze in 2021. Dec now has his sights set on the next Olympics, Paris 2024. Tune in to find out how Dec got on Team GB, winning Bronze and the whole Olympic experience, his time working at Cirque du Soleil, events, training at Adrenaline Alley, injury & recovery and his goals for the future. You can follow what Declan Brooks is up to on Instagram at declanbrooks and be sure to check out his website declanbrooksbmx.com Like what you hear? Please consider subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and leave a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference.The Rad Season Action Sports Podcast come out across all podcast players with a new episode every Monday.For show notes and past guests, please visit: radseason Past guests on The Rad Season Show include Bob Haro, Daniel Dhers, Matt Burgess, Gary Fisher, Rebecca Rusch, Terry Adams, Hans Rey, Caroline Buchanan. Contact Rad Season On our website radseason.com On Instagram at radseason and olirussellcowan On LinkedIn at olirussellcowan Email us at email@example.com Thanks for listening & keep it rad!
Join us for additional adventures in Spain. We'll reflect more on ICL, give you packing and traveling tips, Elle fangirling over a painting, and the most kawaii cafe. Twitchcon: needlework mothchildcc - Maghda, Diablo 3FX Perlertricks - Tiny Tina, Borderlands 3Armor feipaints - Fatalis Beta + Armor, Monster Hunter WorldsLTL - Ginoza Costuming - BattleGear of the Guardian Serpent artwork by @thomask_artworks, World of WarcraftFan Favorite - MagicMarkerStudio - Drilltusk Tetsucabra Armor, Monster Hunter GenerationsBest In Show - Ginoza CostumingNYCC Crown ChampionshipsFX - @misterabsfitness - Mojo, X-MenNeedlework - @darkarnivalbutler - Mon Amour du Cirque, SakizoArmor - @Cjpropstudio - Atrocitus, Injustice 23rd - @saynotoscrunchies - Evil-lyn, Masters of the Universe2nd - @kekkuda - Morgott the Omen King, Elden RingChampion - @the_gnome_queen, Somnacanth Armor, Monster Hunter RisePAX AusAltF4 Cosplay as Vertigo from Godfall.GICOF3rd:Mexico - Lady Debonair & Hikaru Shidou, Magic Knight Rayearth (daliascos and emihiromii) 2nd:Kuwait - Woody & Bo Toy Story (themedinjection and hadoolalk)1st: Philippines - Kenshin Himura & Shishio Makoto - Rurouni Kenshin (ej_elric & _bebenn)Produced by La Vie Cosplay. You can find us on facebook, instragram, twitter, and vero at La Vie Cosplay. Our podcast instagram is podcastscs. Our website is laviecosplay.com. Have a fun, crazy con or cosplay related story? Absurd cosplay question? Or just something in general to share with us? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us at podcastscs. If you like what you heard please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Thank you for listening and remember; just because you can, doesn't mean you should.https://www.instagram.com/podcastscs/https://www.instagram.com/laviecosplay/https://www.tiktok.com/@laviecosplayhttps://linktr.ee/podcastscs for additional listening platforms
Today I am joined by the multitalented GURL, Fernando Miro. Fernando is a world class performer, dancer, acrobat, photographer and artist. We discuss his fun and exciting journey from touring the world and performing for Cirque du Soleil, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, and now in Atomic Saloon here in Las Vegas. Fernando also shares with us his vision as a photographer and all the fun new things he's creating for his t-shirt company, Pop Art Mania which you can get now on Amazon. Such a fun episode, thank you Fernando and welcome to the Hey Gurl family !Follow Fernando:Instagram: @fernand0miroFacebook: @fernanchakoTik Tok: @fernand0miro Photography : @shotbyfmPop Art Mania: @popartmaniaShop Pop Art Mania: AmazonYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Fernanchako/videos Bill Janisse Instagram: @billjanisseBill FB: @billjanisse Hey Gurl! Instagram: @heygurl.podcastHey Gurl! FB: @heygurlpodcast Hey Gurl! Tik Tok: @heygurlpodcastHey Gurl! Website: www.heygurlpodcast.com Hey Gurl! YouTube: Here
durée : 00:50:49 - C'est encore nous - par : Charline Vanhoenacker, Juliette ARNAUD - Bonjour la France Inter ! Aujourd'hui, Charline Vanhoenacker et Juliette Arnaud reçoivent les musiciens Yanowski et Fred Parker du groupe "Le Cirque des Mirages" ! - réalisé par : Clément Nouguier
durée : 00:50:49 - C'est encore nous - par : Charline Vanhoenacker, Juliette ARNAUD - Bonjour la France Inter ! Aujourd'hui, Charline Vanhoenacker et Juliette Arnaud reçoivent les musiciens Yanowski et Fred Parker du groupe "Le Cirque des Mirages" ! - réalisé par : Clément Nouguier
3:13 - The census in Saudi Arabia is starting to reveal interesting data points on Saudi Arabia's population. Saudi Arabia's population reached 34 million people in 2021, according to a recent report by Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Health and published in the Saudi Gazette, at an annual growth rate of 9.3%. Saudi Arabia's population has grown 16.8% during the past ten years in which data are available and published by the Ministry (2012-2021).12:18 - Riyadh Season details are here, and it's going to be a big one. Lucien's one big thing is the expanded third edition of Riyadh Season, which will kick off on October 21st 2022 under the slogan “Beyond Imagination” with an international show by Cirque du Soleil, the General Authority for Entertainment has announced. The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Entertainment Authority (GEA), Turki Al-Sheikh, announced details of the season at a launch event on Wednesday.Al-Sheikh said that the new season would consist of 15 areas, including the Boulevard World, which would display restaurants, markets and arts from several regions around the world, including America, France, Greece, India, China, Spain, and Japan, Morocco, Mexico, in addition to the Italian city of Venice, Asharq Alawsat reports. The Boulevard World will also include the world's largest artificial lake, allowing visitors to enjoy riding submarines for the first time in Riyadh.21:41 - Colby Connelly, Senior Analyst at Energy Intelligence and non-resident scholar at the Middle East Institute, Joins The 966 to talk about the recent decision by OPEC+ to slash production targets, causing an uproar in the United States. “It is unfortunate that many of the nuances impacting the decision have been overlooked…allegations that Riyadh is openly siding with Moscow have been vastly overblown,” Connelly writes in MEI. The 966 asks about the technical side of the production cuts and what's to come in the months ahead. 54:27 - Yallah! 6 top storylines to get you up to date headed into the weekend:•Women no longer required to bring male guardian to Hajj and UmrahSaudi Arabia has made the historic decision to allow women to attend the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages without a "mahram" or male guardian. Speaking at the Saudi embassy in Cairo, Tawfiq Al Rabiah, Saudi Arabia's Minister of Hajj and Umrah, said: "A woman can come to the kingdom to perform Umrah without a mahram." The announcement ends a decades-long rule imposed by Saudi Arabia, although exemptions have been given to females attending the Hajj or Umrah pilgrimage with large groups of other women. •Netflix Unveils Upcoming Arab Films & SeriesNetflix has previewed a selection of upcoming films and shows aimed at the Arab world and hailing from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Egypt, and Jordan. The global platform has been steadily making inroads into the Middle East and North Africa since 2015, in the face of fierce competition from local players such as MBC's Shahid VIP and Starzplay. The new productions, mainly due to launch in 2023, include Saudi Arabian feature Alkhallat+, a satirical suspense film based on the hit online show Alkhallat, which was first released in 2017 and received more than 1.5 billion views across YouTube and social media.•Saudi Arabia's industrial production rises by 16.8% in AugustSaudi Arabia's Industrial Production Index increased by 16.8 percent in August compared to the same period a year ago, according to the latest General Authority for Statistics report. The growth in IPI was primarily driven by high production in the three subsectors — mining and quarrying, manufacturing, and electricity and gas supplies, official data showed. The growth of the IPI turned positive in May 2021, and it has been growing continuously since then. This comes after negative trends witnessed during 2019 and 2020 due to the impacts of the pandemic.•Venture capital funding for Mena start-ups hits $2.3bn and is on track to beat 2021 totalVenture capital funding for start-ups in the Middle East and North Africa rose 20 per cent annually to more than $2.3 billion in the first three quarters of 2022, putting it on track to potentially surpass the total investments attracted in 2021, a study carried out by Magnitt has found. Funding reached $512 million in the third quarter, which was the lowest since the first quarter of 2021, the data intelligence company said in its quarterly update, citing global economic and geopolitical factors. That, however, put total funding in 2022 at more than 80 per cent of the 2021 level, leaving the industry with a full quarter to match or even surpass last year's total of about $2.8bn.•Saudi Arabia leaps ahead in World University Rankings 2023Times Higher Education released the results of its World University Rankings 2023, which showed the UK's University of Oxford retaining its top spot for the seventh consecutive year. King Abdulaziz University has risen from 190 in 2022 to a joint-101 spot in the 2023 table, making it the highest ranked university in the Middle East and achieving the best ranking ever by a Middle Eastern university in this table. “Not only has King Abdulaziz University risen dramatically to move within a whisker of the world top 100 to lead the entire Mena region, but other leading institutions have also made strong progress and Saudi Arabia's overall representation in the World Rankings has increased — from 15 universities ranked last year, to 21 this year.•Saudi Health plans 100 partnership projects worth $13bnSaudi Arabia has announced a major plan to involve the private sector in 100 health projects over the next 5 years, resulting in $13 billion investment opportunities. The initiatives announced by Saudi Health for public-private partnership, including the operation of two new medical cities, a project to provide 900 beds for medical rehabilitation and long-term care services, as well as restructuring 200 primary care centers, and providing air medical evacuation services, said Health Minister Fahd Al Jalajil.
We are excited to bring you this podcast series, Choreographers in Conversation. This series will allow choreographers to interview other choreographers whose work excites them as a way to learn more about their craft and preserve the stories of these exciting artists in our industry. In this episode Sam Pinkleton interviews Annie-B Parson. The two discuss the experience of choreographing for musicians and opera, being a choreographer not a dancer, and how one collaborates or doesn't with dancers and musicians. Sam asks Annie-B about how she prepares for a project, who she makes dance pieces for, and how she thinks teaching influences her work. Additionally, the two talk about Annie-B Parson's new book called The Choreography of Everyday Life that was published on October 11th, 2022. They also reiterate that choreographers are for more than carrying a couch across the stage. Annie-B Parson: Annie-B Parson is a choreographer. She has made choreography for rock shows, marching bands, movies, museums, objects, television, augmented reality, opera, ballet, theater, symphony orchestras, string quartets, and a chorus of 1,000 amateur singers. She has made dance and stagings for the work of David Byrne, David Bowie, Lorde, St. Vincent, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Wendy Whelan, Laurie Anderson, Suzan Lori Parks, Spike Lee, Jonathan Demme, Salt ‘n Pepa, Esperanza Spalding, David Lang, Anne Carson, and the Martha Graham Dance Co. Annie-B is the artistic director of Big Dance Theater. Annie-B just published a new book on October 11, 2022 called The Choreography of Everyday Life. https://www.bigdancetheater.org/founders-directors/ Sam Pinkleton: Sam Pinkleton is a Tony Award-nominated theater and dance maker. His work on Broadway includes Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, Machinal, Heisenberg, Significant Other, Amélie, and Macbeth. His recent work includes Jeanine Tesori and David Henry Hwang's Soft Power, the youth-led civic spectacular Runaways in Central Park and collaborations with the Dutch National Opera, Carnegie Hall, BAM, Virgin Voyages, The Civilians, Swing Left, and Cirque du Soleil. He is currently directing the world premiere of Noah Diaz' You Will Get Sick for Roundabout Theater Company. He does not own any dance shoes. sampinkleton.com Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation: Founded in 1965, Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation (SDCF) exists to foster, promote, and develop the creativity and craft of stage directors and choreographers. SDCF's mission is to create access to the field, to connect artists to each other and to the public, and to honor these artists' theatrical legacies. The centrality of directors and choreographers in theatre and the impact they have on other artists' careers—from playwrights to designers to actors—makes SDCF's services essential to the wider theatre industry's continued health and vitality. Through its dynamic educational programming, including Observerships, Fellowships, public panels, and day-long symposia, SDCF serves the needs of directors and choreographers at every stage of career. www.sdcfoundation.org
Our Story Before Ethne became a queen of Tara and married Cormac mac Airt, she was a foster child to Buchet, a man known for his tremendous hospitality. In this story, Marisa Goudy imagines Ethne's perspective on this 12th century Irish tale. Our Guest Elizabeth Shaw is an author, consultant, speaker, and facilitator who brings her core philosophies of practical optimism and radical hospitality to everything she does. Whether she's planning a custom Cirque du Soleil show, working as an hospitality consultant for organizations like Toyota and State Farm, a strategic partner for entrepreneurs and thought leaders, or inspiring audiences around the world with her book The Optimist Manifesto, Elizabeth brings a thread of collaboration, service, and whimsy to all she does. Equal parts head in the cloud and feet on the ground, Elizabeth is an optimistic strategist who puts people and purpose at the center of all of her work. Find Elizabeth on her website, on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/inspiringoptimism/ (@inspringoptimism), and https://www.facebook.com/shaw.elizabethc (Facebook.) Our Conversation Hospitality is an Irish tradition that dates back to the Brehon laws and https://www.rte.ie/brainstorm/2022/0314/1286239-ireland-hospitality-welcome-strangers-medieval-brehon-laws (still echoes in the culture today.) Elizabeth brings her lived definition of hospitality to the conversation: it's about being seen, being welcomed, and being cared for. Hospitality is about more than feasts, merriment, and the perfect house. It's also about offering care and a safe space. The gender roles associated with hospitality and being the “perfect hostess” Hospitality creates community and depends on community, not on an individual who needs to do it all. Marisa wrote this story in the first person, a first for one of her KnotWork stories. Ethne represents the movement from the Princess to Queen archetype described in The Sovereignty Knot. Her foster father, the great host, holds the Wise Woman energy. There is a sexual assault at the center of the original story. Rape is a common element in mythology, and Marisa and Elizabeth spoke at length about how to stay true to the source material, and yet tell a story about hospitality that made Ethne a heroine. They didn't want to erase the trauma to tell a “nice” story, but there was a desire to present Ethne as a sovereign being, rather than a victim. The importance of reciprocity. What it's like to give too much and what it's like to feel like you're not good at offering hospitality. The Irish word for welcome is fáilte This tale appears in the c. 1160 CE manuscript, The Book of Leinster, and is commonly called http://www.ancienttexts.org/library/celtic/ctexts/buchet.html (The Melody of the House of Buchet.) Our Music Music at the start of the show is by Beth Sweeney and Billy Hardy, a Celtic Fiddle and multi-instrumental duo based on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The traditional Irish reel we play at the start of the show is called "The College Groves." https://www.knotworkstorytelling.com/episode/billyandbeth.com (billyandbeth.com) Work with MarisaMarisa offers 1:1 coaching for Personal and Professional growth with her https://www.marisagoudy.com/healing-for-heroines (Healing for Heroines) packages. She also offers https://www.marisagoudy.com/story-weaver-book-coaching (Story Weaver Book Coaching )for memoirists, thought leaders, and creative entrepreneurs at the beginning of their writing journey. Find more of Marisa's writing and get a copy of her book, The Sovereignty Knot https://www.knotworkstorytelling.com/episode/www.marisagoudy.com (www.marisagoudy.com) Follow the show on https://www.instagram.com/knotworkpodcast/ (Instagram), https://www.facebook.com/knotworkstorytelling (Facebook), and https://www.facebook.com/groups/4429930243750952 (join our vibrant listeners' community).
Do your students get headaches in acro class? It's more common than you think! In this episode, Master Teacher Meaghan Wegg, who's spent a good part of her Aerial and Acro career upside down, provides insight and her top tips to help your students minimize and prevent headaches in class. Looking for some practical exercises with visuals? Check out Meaghan's Weekly Mini presentation, Managing Headaches During Acro Class, on YouTube! Meaghan Wegg Meaghan grew up dancing where she studied Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop and Acro. In 2001, Meaghan was accepted in to L'Ecole Nationale de Cirque in Montreal where she specialized in aerial hoop and contortion with additional training in Ballet, Contemporary and Modern. Upon graduation in 2005, Meaghan performed professionally as a principal dancer in many roles, including the cast of ‘Tomorrow' (Pigeons, International) and the cast of ‘Loft' (7 Fingers). From 2009 – 2012, Meaghan performed on tour globally with Cirque Du Soleil's ‘Quidam' as a feature aerialist. Following an extremely successful performance career, Meaghan shifted her focus to coaching and choreography. In 2013 Meaghan graduated with a diploma from L'Ecole Nationale de Cirque (Montreal, Canada) with a major in Research of Acrobatics, and a minor in Hand to Hand partnering for dancers. Currently she works as a private acrobatic coach and choreographer, and attracts students from around the world with a focus on career development, choreography and professional stage preparation. Meaghan founded Move With The Beat dance competitions in 2013. She is the Australia, New Zealand and Singapore Division manager for Acrobatic Arts since 2015. Most recently she has launched her Aerial Arts Online syllabus guiding teachers with her course for their students and class preparations. Meaghan started The Academy Circus as a local London, Ontario circus and acrobatic facility in 2017. Meaghan recently has been hired for global choreographic projects in Australia, Montreal, France, China and India creating large scale shows for special events, Casino shows and year end performance university shows. She is passionate about welcoming everyone into the performance industry while sharing tips and tools about making it a reality. She is now an on call Artistic Coach with Cirque du Soleil. Meaghan is very happy to be settled in her home town of London Ontario with her small family! If you'd like more amazing content more tips and ideas check out our Acrobatic Arts Channel on YouTube. Subscribe Now! Connect with Acrobatic Arts on your favourite social media platform: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acrobaticarts/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Acroarts Twitter: https://twitter.com/acrobatic_arts/ Learn more and register for our programs at AcrobaticArts.com
On this episode I am joined by professional figure skater and choreographer turned Realtor Jermey Ten. Jeremy Ten is a Junior National Champion, the 2015 Canadian Silver medalist, and a 2 time world team member. He has traveled the world both competitively and professionally having toured with Bietak productions and Cirque du Soleil. Jeremy now works as a realtor in one of the World's hottest markets, Vancouver, BC while still staying involved in the sport he loves through choreography.Get in touchJeremy Ten Instagram: @jeremyjtenWebsite: www.jeremyten.caAyana Major Bey Website: www.ayanabey.comInstagram: @ayanambey, @theartistpivot Rate and Review this podcast:Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-artist-pivot-1455741Apple Podcasts: Just scroll down to the rate and review section on the podcast page *******Host & Exec. Producer: Ayana Major Bey Editor: Kieran Niemand Part of the Boundless Audio Network Get 10% off your first month with BetterHelp at https://betterhelp.com/artistpivot 30-day free trial of Audible Get a free 30-day trial of Audible using The Artist Pivot Podcast Link!Get 10% off your 1st mo with BetterHelp Get 10% off your first month with BetterHelp, customized online therapy. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
You'll understand why AnnMarie Milazzo considers her craft a design category by the end of this episode! If you are listening to this on Apple Podcast, we'd love it if you could share your love in a review! ABOUT ANNMARIE MILAZZO A.R.T.: Finding Neverland, Prometheus Bound. Broadway (Vocal Designer): Spring Awakening, Next to Normal, If/Then, Finding Neverland. Off-Broadway: Carrie, Bright Lights Big City, Superhero; (Orchestrator, with Michael Starobin): Once on this Island (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations). Regional: Dangerous Beauty, Some Lovers, Dave, A Walk on the Moon, Almost Famous. Other credits include The Radio City Rockettes' Summer Spectacular 2016 (co-arranger/lyricist, co-composer); Cirque du Soleil's Le Rêve and La Perle. Film: Pretty Dead Girl (Composer and Lyricist; Special Jury Award, Sundance Film Festival). Milazzo is the Grammy-nominated female vocalist for East Village Opera Company on Decca/Universal Records MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: A Beautiful Noise on Instagram: instagram.com/abeautifulnoisemusical A Beautiful Noise on Facebook: facebook.com/ABeautifulNoiseMusical Get Your Tickets: abeautifulnoisethemusical.com --- Come say hi to us! Facebook: @PageToStagePodcast @BroadwayPodcastNetwork Instagram: @PageToStagePodcast @TheMaryDina @BrianSedita @BroadwayPodcastNetwork Twitter: @TheMaryDina @BwayPodNetwork YouTube: @PageToStagePodcast @BroadwayPodcastNetwork #PageToStagePodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It was an early autumn day in Little Cottonwood Canyon. Through the floor-to-ceiling windows of the new futuristic Snowbird tram, we could see all the way down to the Salt Lake Valley. To the north was Mount Superior. In the distance, Jupiter Peak on the Park City ridgeline stood against the blue morning sky.After 50 years, the old red and blue cabins are being replaced with new floor-to-ceiling windowed cabins. To celebrate its debut, Last Chair hung out in the new tram 350-feet over the valley floor above the Cirque to chat with Snowbird President and CEO Dave Fields and Mountain Manager Jake Treadwell about the evolution of the iconic tram and what the new cabins will bring for skiers and riders..When you dream about skiing at iconic resorts around the world, odds are you dream of trams. They are the classic signatures of some of the world's greatest ski resorts – Snowbird included.The dream of Snowbird visionary Ted Johnson, he and Dick Bass collaborated to bring a tram to the resort from day one. Swiss workers moved to Little Cottonwood Canyon, working long, hard hours in the summer of 1971 to make it a reality.Following a retirement party last spring, the resort went to work retooling the tram machinery and cabins. Both new cars will be online in early December for the start of the season.For Fields and Treadwell, along with their entire Snowbird team, it was a project close to their hearts – rekindling historic memories of the original tram's debut in 1971, and the countless stories in the memories of skiers and riders who have whisked their way to the top of Hidden Peak in just minutes.Here's a preview of the conversations. Listen to the full Last Chair podcast to learn more. How did the concept of the original tram come to fruition?Dave Fields: The idea for the tram came from Ted Johnson, who worked at Alta in the ‘60s and started buying up mining claims at Snowbird. And when he met Dick Bass in 1969 at a party in Vail, he started sharing his dream. Dick originally signed on to help him find investors and quickly he became the investor. And one of Ted's dreams was to have a tram going from the Snowbird Center all the way to the top of Hidden Peak. Dick and Ted traveled all over to get ideas of how to build the tram and what it should look like. Dick and Ted opened the place on December 23rd, 1971, with the tram on opening day. And it was amazing from day one. And it's been really the icon of this resort. The tram IS Snowbird, and Snowbird IS the tram ever since.As mountain manager, what does the tram mean to you and Snowbird operations?Jake Treadwell: So this truly is a unique lift as far as its operation and what it does for us. The tram is the center of the universe for the resort, for our guests and for our employees. This to me it's the best commute to work in the morning that anybody gets. We get to ride this first thing in the morning. We get to see what's going on. But this really is again, it's unique. It's a jig back tram. So as one car comes up, the next car comes down and they're tied together through a haul rope that runs the entire up and down of the system.What research went into the design of the new tram system at Snowbird?Dave Fields: We rode them all over. Some of my favorites were the smaller tramway systems that are actually used for residential passage through the mountains and hauling groceries. We rode one in Davos that had that old time feel to it. I really liked the Zugspitze. Things are happening in Europe with tramways that is just incredible. It's proving to be a great way to get through the mountains. We started brainstorming about not just the tram, but how we could make it a really exciting event for people when they come up the mountain. So floor to ceiling, glass glass, three panels of floor glass in each cabin in the summertime. And then the real kicker was the balcony (summer). People thought we were crazy, but there actually are some resorts in Europe that do that. So you'll climb up a stairwell from inside the cabin and you'll ride up on the roof of the tram as it passes through the Cirque, 350 feet off the ground. So it will be very exciting to take that ride. We'll have the balconies next summer and I can't wait to take that ride. It's going to be really good.What was replaced in the system for the new Snowbird tram?Dave Fields: We opted to replace cabins, track rope, haul rope, almost everything, including the drive system, the motors, the bull wheels – everything other than the towers has been replaced on ours.Jake Treadwell: So this was basically a complete reset of the tram, the machine room that you can see when you come into Snowbird Center, when you look down, almost all those components were removed this spring, completely pulled out. And we did that in a matter of about a week. And then, slowly but surely, we started replacing the electronic drive, the electric motor, the entire braking system, the drive wheel with a hydrostatic motor down there and a drive. All of these systems meld together in a modern tramway, and it gives us a lot more flexibility and a lot more safety factor, which is always what we're looking for. If we were to lose power at this resort, we can still run a backup generator, an electric motor to get this tramway moving. If we were to lose that system, we have a hydrostatic drive that bolts into the bull wheel and we can drive the machine that way. So we have all these backup systems to make sure that this machine is always ready to move.What's your favorite run on the mountain?Jake Treadwell: I'm a Baldy guy. You've got to go out to hike Baldy and ski Fields of Glory and make it the whole way down. It's the place to be great!Dave Fields: Well, Jake stole my answer. I really enjoy Northwest Baldy. There are a few zones in there that are really special. I'd love to go out there with my wife and have the hike. You just get such an amazing view down canyon and get to see the whole resort. You get to look over at Mount Superior and then you have the best skiing non-stop fall line all the way to the bottom.
It was an early autumn day in Little Cottonwood Canyon. Through the floor-to-ceiling windows of the new futuristic Snowbird tram, we could see all the way down to the Salt Lake Valley. To the north was Mount Superior. In the distance, Jupiter Peak on the Park City ridgeline stood against the blue morning sky.After 50 years, the old red and blue cabins are being replaced with new floor-to-ceiling windowed cabins. To celebrate its debut, Last Chair hung out in the new tram 350-feet over the valley floor above the Cirque to chat with Snowbird President and General Manager Dave Fields and Mountain Manager Jake Treadwell about the evolution of the iconic tram and what the new cabins will bring for skiers and riders..When you dream about skiing at iconic resorts around the world, odds are you dream of trams. They are the classic signatures of some of the world's greatest ski resorts – Snowbird included.The dream of Snowbird visionary Ted Johnson, he and Dick Bass collaborated to bring a tram to the resort from day one. Swiss workers moved to Little Cottonwood Canyon, working long, hard hours in the summer of 1971 to make it a reality.Following a retirement party last spring, the resort went to work retooling the tram machinery and cabins. Both new cars will be online in early December for the start of the season.For Fields and Treadwell, along with their entire Snowbird team, it was a project close to their hearts – rekindling historic memories of the original tram's debut in 1971, and the countless stories in the memories of skiers and riders who have whisked their way to the top of Hidden Peak in just minutes.Here's a preview of the conversations. Listen to the full Last Chair podcast to learn more. How did the concept of the original tram come to fruition?Dave Fields: The idea for the tram came from Ted Johnson, who worked at Alta in the ‘60s and started buying up mining claims at Snowbird. And when he met Dick Bass in 1969 at a party in Vail, he started sharing his dream. Dick originally signed on to help him find investors and quickly he became the investor. And one of Ted's dreams was to have a tram going from the Snowbird Center all the way to the top of Hidden Peak. Dick and Ted traveled all over to get ideas of how to build the tram and what it should look like. Dick and Ted opened the place on December 23rd, 1971, with the tram on opening day. And it was amazing from day one. And it's been really the icon of this resort. The tram IS Snowbird, and Snowbird IS the tram ever since.As mountain manager, what does the tram mean to you and Snowbird operations?Jake Treadwell: So this truly is a unique lift as far as its operation and what it does for us. The tram is the center of the universe for the resort, for our guests and for our employees. This to me it's the best commute to work in the morning that anybody gets. We get to ride this first thing in the morning. We get to see what's going on. But this really is again, it's unique. It's a jig back tram. So as one car comes up, the next car comes down and they're tied together through a haul rope that runs the entire up and down of the system.What research went into the design of the new tram system at Snowbird?Dave Fields: We rode them all over. Some of my favorites were the smaller tramway systems that are actually used for residential passage through the mountains and hauling groceries. We rode one in Davos that had that old time feel to it. I really liked the Zugspitze. Things are happening in Europe with tramways that is just incredible. It's proving to be a great way to get through the mountains. We started brainstorming about not just the tram, but how we could make it a really exciting event for people when they come up the mountain. So floor to ceiling, glass glass, three panels of floor glass in each cabin in the summertime. And then the real kicker was the balcony (summer). People thought we were crazy, but there actually are some resorts in Europe that do that. So you'll climb up a stairwell from inside the cabin and you'll ride up on the roof of the tram as it passes through the Cirque, 350 feet off the ground. So it will be very exciting to take that ride. We'll have the balconies next summer and I can't wait to take that ride. It's going to be really good.What was replaced in the system for the new Snowbird tram?Dave Fields: We opted to replace cabins, track rope, haul rope, almost everything, including the drive system, the motors, the bull wheels – everything other than the towers has been replaced on ours.Jake Treadwell: So this was basically a complete reset of the tram, the machine room that you can see when you come into Snowbird Center, when you look down, almost all those components were removed this spring, completely pulled out. And we did that in a matter of about a week. And then, slowly but surely, we started replacing the electronic drive, the electric motor, the entire braking system, the drive wheel with a hydrostatic motor down there and a drive. All of these systems meld together in a modern tramway, and it gives us a lot more flexibility and a lot more safety factor, which is always what we're looking for. If we were to lose power at this resort, we can still run a backup generator, an electric motor to get this tramway moving. If we were to lose that system, we have a hydrostatic drive that bolts into the bull wheel and we can drive the machine that way. So we have all these backup systems to make sure that this machine is always ready to move.What's your favorite run on the mountain?Jake Treadwell: I'm a Baldy guy. You've got to go out to hike Baldy and ski Fields of Glory and make it the whole way down. It's the place to be great!Dave Fields: Well, Jake stole my answer. I really enjoy Northwest Baldy. There are a few zones in there that are really special. I'd love to go out there with my wife and have the hike. You just get such an amazing view down canyon and get to see the whole resort. You get to look over at Mount Superior and then you have the best skiing non-stop fall line all the way to the bottom.
It's June 1, 2021. Cherry, Bird, and Cow teach us about Cirque du Soleil's comeback as the Covid-19 pandemic abates, Italians getting angry about a pizza vending machine, animated dads seeming to be getting more attractive, chimps putting grass in their ears as possible fashion statements, and British cooking show experts teaching people to eat the banana peel.
Lewie is a doer of many things. He is most known for doing spinny, shiny, flippy things on the floor where he has pioneered a new form of hard-floor circus tumbling. In 2013 He won a gold medal at what his mum calls "the circus Olympics" or the Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain in Paris for an aerial straps piece. Lewie is recognised as one of the foremost contemporary circus artists in the world and has been working professionally in multiple aspects of the circus and performing industry for over 15 years. He has worked as an acrobat, choreographer, director, trainer and tour manager both nationally and internationally with the Australian companies Circa and Gravity and Other Myths before co-founding a new circus company in Tasmania called Rooke. He is now (unsuccessfully) trying to retire from performing and concentrate on passing on his physical knowledge both online and in-person while being the best Dad he can be to his new daughter. The things he most enjoys doing now all involve other people; forming human towers and throwing bodies around a stage, manipulating and diving through hoops, parenting and trying to choke out fools using Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Unfortunately, as he is a blue belt, he is usually the fool being choked.
Comedian/magician Harrison Greenbaum (@harrisoncomedy) joins Andy, Jesse and Matt to talk about doing comedy in Cirque du Soleil, the overlap between psychology, comedy and magic, men making riskier bets after a positive foretune-telling, dogs sniffing out stress in humans, successfully crashing DART into an asteroid and the heyday of vector graphics in the arcade.
Get early access to our latest psychology lectures: http://bit.ly/new-talks5 Repeated and chronic exposure to large volumes of difficult stories can erode our sense of empathy for others. We can become hardened and desensitized to suffering – or conversely, we can become swallowed up by empathic strain. Since the demand often outweighs what we can offer, we may also find ourselves experiencing moral distress when we cannot help everyone who turns to us. What is the impact of this on our physical and emotional well-being? How can we stay well while providing support to others? In this presentation, based on her popular Tedx talk, Françoise Mathieu will explore: — Levels of Exposure: Assess what elements are risk factors for you — Where Are You Now? Learn how to identify and recognize warning signs in yourself and others — Assess your current strategies at home and at work — Make a plan: Steps to address your vulnerabilities --- Françoise has worked with the University of Southern California, the Los Angeles Police, Cirque du Soleil, the Chief Coroner's Office and many other organizations that do high stress exposed work. Françoise is a TedX speaker and is one of the founding members of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Consortium. She is also the author of “The Compassion Fatigue Workbook” which was published by Routledge in 2012 as well as several articles and publications. Françoise Mathieu is the Executive Director of TEND, whose aim is to offer consulting and training to professionals on topics related to secondary trauma, empathic strain, burnout, self-care, wellness, and organizational health. Françoise is a Registered Psychotherapist and a subject matter expert on topics related to empathic strain and secondary trauma. Before becoming a specialist on stress and trauma, Françoise worked as a mental health provider doing both crisis management and employee support to military personnel, medical students, residents, law enforcement, 911 communicators, and other community mental health professionals in need of psychological support. Links: - Get our latest psychology lectures emailed to your inbox: http://bit.ly/new-talks5 - Check out our next event: http://theweekenduniversity.com/events - Françoise's website: https://www.francoisemathieu.com - Françoise's books: https://amzn.to/3GqVR0q --- The Weekend University's mission is to make the best minds and ideas in psychology more accessible, so that you can use the knowledge to improve your quality of life. We release 95% of our content for free and don't run any ads during the show. That said, we'd love to expand our reach and get the knowledge shared by our speakers into the hands of more people so they can benefit too. So, if you're in the mood for doing a random act of kindness today, and helping others improve their lives in the process, it would make a huge difference if you could take just 30 seconds and leave a short review on your favourite podcast provider - whether that's iTunes (https://bit.ly/iTunes-podcast-review), Stitcher (https://bit.ly/stitcher-podcast-review) or Spotify (https://bit.ly/spotify-podcast-ratings). In addition, we'll pick one review each month and that person will get a free ticket to our monthly online conference, which usually costs £50. Thanks for your time and I hope you enjoy!
Walt Disney World Theme Parks and Water Parks Walt Disney World will temporarily close our theme parks on Wednesday, Sept. 28 and Thursday, Sept. 29: Magic Kingdom Park EPCOT Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park Disney's Hollywood Studios Disney's Typhoon Lagoon water park (Disney's Blizzard Beach water park is currently closed for the season.) Winter Summerland Miniature Golf, Fantasia Gardens and Fairways Miniature Golf Partially used multi-day theme park tickets with a usage window impacted by Hurricane Ian related park closure will automatically be extended to use the remaining entitlements through any date through September 30, 2023. Walt Disney World Resort Hotels For the safety of our Guests and Cast Members, Guests must check in to our resorts on Sept. 28, by 3 p.m. Please feel free to reschedule your trip or cancel your stay with us; any customary cancellation fees will be waived. Guests that are checked in by 3 p.m. Wednesday will be asked to shelter in place at their resort for the duration of the storm, this includes any resort-to-resort transfers Guests are strongly encouraged to enjoy food and beverage offerings at the parks and Disney Springs before returning to their Resort hotels. Dining options for Guests staying in our Resort hotels will vary, and in some cases may be very limited. Where available, restaurants will accept walk-ups only; Guests will not need dining reservations. Characters will not be available in character dining locations on Wednesday and Thursday The Grand Floridian Spa will close at noon Wednesday, Sept. 28. Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, Copper Creek Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge, Treehouse Villas at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa and the Bungalows at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort will temporarily close Wednesday, Sept. 28 through Friday, Sept. 30 due to the weather. We are contacting Guests with current and upcoming reservations. Dining, Enchanting Extras, and Special Events Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom has been cancelled for Thursday, Sept. 29. Effective immediately, Disney will not enforce cancellation policies until further notice for dining and other experiences like Savi's Workshop, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and VIP Tours. Performances of Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue have been cancelled Sept. 28 through Sept. 30 in light of the temporary closure of Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground. Guests with pre-paid reservations will be automatically cancelled and refunded. Transportation Walt Disney World Transportation will stop operating Tuesday night after Disney Springs and the Walt Disney World theme parks close. Limited Minnie Van and Mears taxi service will be offered to Walt Disney World resort Guests with existing breakfast reservations. Other Walt Disney World Experiences Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser voyages departing Tuesday, Sept. 27 and Thursday, Sept. 29 have been cancelled due to the potential impact on the Guest experience. ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex will be closed Wednesday, Sept. 28 and Thursday, Sept. 29. Disney Springs Disney Springs will be closed on Wednesday, Sept. 28. We anticipate Disney Springs will be closed on Thursday, Sept. 29, and will provide updates as we continue to track the storm. Drawn to Life presented by Cirque du Soleil & Disney will be cancelled on Wednesday, Sept. 28 and Thursday Sept 29. Guests are strongly encouraged to enjoy food and beverage offerings at the parks and Disney Springs before returning to their Resort hotels. Please note that all reopening timelines are tentative, and subject to safety conditions.
There are places we expect to be confronted with diet culture – like the gym, the grocery aisles, and the media… but how does it affect us when these toxic ideas creep into our safe spaces – like church, school, and the doctor's office? This week's guest is an expert on these issues, and our conversation today is particularly tailored to Christians who are concerned about diet culture creep damaging our relationship with God and our mission as faithful followers. Leslie Schilling, MA, RDN, CSCS, CEDS-S, owns a Las Vegas-based private practice specializing in nutrition counseling for families, people with disordered eating concerns, professional athletes, and performers. Leslie has served as a performance nutrition consultant for Cirque du Soleil® and the NBA and an expert contributor to U.S. News & World Report. You may know Leslie best as the creator of the Born To Eat® approach and co-author of the award-winning book, Born To Eat. Her new book about diet culture in the “safe” places hits shelves next summer. She can be found on social media at: https://instagram.com/leslieschilling Or at her website: https://www.leslieschilling.com --- The following links were mentioned in this episode's conversation: https://sunnysideupnutrition.com/diet-free-back-to-school-resources/ https://thecorners.substack.com/p/human-bodies-and-the-image-of-god --- If every problem at the doctor is your weight and every solution is weight loss… I've got you, friend! My 75-minute on-demand workshop called “Getting Care Out of Your Healthcare” will teach you, in any size body, to navigate the challenging and sometimes confrontational landscape of the doctor's office. It includes a workbook guide with actionable tips, checklists, scripts, and tools you can use at your very next visit! Find out more about the workshop HERE: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/registration-for-care-in-healthcare-workshop --- AND I'm also extending my support in my new Pro2Pro line of services so that ALL health professionals are equipped to help their patients and clients navigate the issues of weight stigma in their doctor's office! Everything starts HERE: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/contentlinks If you are a HAES® informed health professional and are interested in having me do a workshop for YOUR audience in YOUR container (private group, coaching program, etc)… let's talk about what this could look like! Sometimes there is a huge setback averted for your clients when they can hear the evidence from a medical doctor! Email me (email@example.com) or send me a DM so we can chat! --- For the future-ex-dieters among you, I also host a free private Facebook group (The Diet Disruptors & Maggie Landes MD) for women who want to be in an active community discussing ALLLLL these anti-diet things with each other in a weight-neutral, safe space! Click on the link here to be directed through the invitation process: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/the-diet-disruptors I cannot wait to see you on the inside!! ---- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maggielandesmd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maggielandesmd/ Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maggielandesmd
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