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PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
How coupled slow oscillations, spindles and ripples control neuronal processing and communication during human sleep

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2023.01.08.523138v1?rss=1 Authors: Staresina, B., Niediek, J., Borger, V., Surges, R., Mormann, F. Abstract: Learning and plasticity rely on fine-tuned regulation of neuronal circuits during offline periods. An unresolved puzzle is how the sleeping brain - in the absence of external stimulation or conscious effort - controls neuronal firing rates (FRs) and communication within and across circuits, supporting synaptic and systems consolidation. Using intracranial Electroencephalography (iEEG) combined with multiunit activity (MUA) recordings from the human hippocampus and surrounding medial temporal lobe (MTL) areas, we here show that governed by slow oscillation (SO) up-states, sleep spindles set a timeframe for ripples to occur. This sequential coupling leads to a stepwise increase in (i) neuronal FRs, (ii) short-latency cross-correlations among local neuronal assemblies and (iii) cross-regional MTL interactions. Triggered by SOs and spindles, ripples thus establish optimal conditions for spike-timing dependent plasticity and systems consolidation. These results unveil how the coordinated coupling of specific sleep rhythms orchestrates neuronal processing and communication during human sleep. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

The Christian Hunters of America Podcast
Ep. #44 Backcountry Communication with Ted Harden

The Christian Hunters of America Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 61:06


In this episode we had the please of speaking with Ted Harden.   Mike and Chet have been very interested in maintaining communication while in hunting parties or when camping with their family.  It's easy to get lost in the different types of handheld radios offered these days and all the rules you need to follow to safely and legally use them.   Many users of even the low cost handheld radios sold at local sporting good stores require some type of licensing.  This episode will help many of you along with us to learn all the ins and outs.  Ted teaches us what the difference between FRS, GMRS and HAM radio are.  We also learn about what gear you need to buy as well as the effective of each radio system as you move up the cost bracket.   We hope you enjoy this episode and learn what it takes to have effective backcountry communication.  

Activity Coaching Conversations
Handling Terminations

Activity Coaching Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 20:41


In today's episode, Sabine and Heather discuss the importance of handling terminations in a way that leaves former FRs with a positive story to tell about their experience and their dignity intact. They discuss some of the reasons FRs leave the business and some of the reasons FRs who probably should leave hang on too long. They talk about what clues indicate that someone is thinking about quitting, and they go through ways to make the termination process an actual process, not an event.Tune in to hear a different perspective on handling terminations and why the termination process is an important part of your office's brand in the community. Episode Highlights 5:20 - I try to always remind people not to make permanent decisions during emotional times, or based on temporary circumstances. If they give it their all and things really start moving forward, and then they still want to quit, then they have more credibility about making that career decision. 11:24 - Just because you are leaving does not mean you failed. It means it's a choice. That wasn't for you. A lot of times–I mean, some people don't have a choice. They aren't good at this and they're going to fail. 15:59 - Terminating FRs is disappointing, of course, but doing it smoothly, professionally, and fairly just keeps everyone's stress level at a minimum. It preserves dignity and goodwill, which in the long term is pretty important. ContactHeather Price Consulting

AmateurLogic.TV (Audio)
AmateurLogic 176: A Very Merry Christmas

AmateurLogic.TV (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022


Tommy uses Chirp open source software to program his transceiver. Emile discusses a tactical net in the Slidell area using Amateur Radio, GMRS and FRS. No ALTV Christmas episode would be complete without some comic entertainment. In the spirit of the season we present ‘Cheap Old 2022 Rear End Review' and ‘AmateurLogic.TV Crazy Cheap Close-Out'. 1:38:57

AmateurLogic.TV
AmateurLogic 176: A Very Merry Christmas

AmateurLogic.TV

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022


Tommy uses Chirp open source software to program his transceiver. Emile discusses a tactical net in the Slidell area using Amateur Radio, GMRS and FRS. No ALTV Christmas episode would be complete without some comic entertainment. In the spirit of the season we present ‘Cheap Old 2022 Rear End Review' and ‘AmateurLogic.TV Crazy Cheap Close-Out'. 1:38:57

TẠP CHÍ TIÊU ĐIỂM
Qatargate: Các lỗ hổng cho tham nhũng và tội phạm ở Nghị Viện Châu Âu

TẠP CHÍ TIÊU ĐIỂM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 10:48


Ngày 11/12/2022, Viện Công Tố Liên Bang Bỉ thông báo bắt giữ 4 người trong đó có phó chủ tịch Nghị Viện Châu Âu và một cựu nghị sĩ châu Âu trong khuôn khổ nghi án nhận hối lộ từ Qatar. Nếu như thông báo này gây ra một cơn bão chính trị tại nghị trường châu Âu, vụ việc làm lộ rõ những khe hở trong các quy định về « đạo đức » của các nghị sĩ và cả một mạng lưới « tội phạm có tổ chức » ngay trong lòng định chế lớn nhất châu Âu. Qatargate : Cơn sóng thần ở Bruxelles Hơn một triệu euro tiền mặt bị tịch thu, một trong số 14 phó chủ tịch Nghị Viện Châu Âu, bà Eva Kaili, một trợ lý nghị sĩ, Francesco Giorgi và cũng là bạn đời bà Kaili, một cựu nghị sĩ châu Âu thuộc đảng Xã Hội – Dân Chủ Ý Pier Antonio Panzeri, cùng ba người khác đã bị bắt giam sau một loạt vụ khám xét tại Bruxelles. Nghi án « Qatargate » đang đưa ra một hình ảnh chính trị thảm hại về một khối Liên Hiệp Châu Âu 27 nước thành viên. Những người này bị cáo buộc nhận tiền từ một nước « vùng Vịnh », theo như lời lẽ từ cảnh sát Bỉ, nhằm tác động lên nhiều quyết định của Liên Âu. Thủ tướng Bỉ Alexander De Croo cho rằng cuộc điều tra do thẩm phán Michel Claise điều hành xác nhận một điểm : « Tư pháp Bỉ đang thực hiện những gì Nghị Viện Châu Âu đã không tự làm được ». Nghị trường châu Âu rúng động, nhiều cuộc tranh cãi lại dấy lên, do việc vụ bê bối này trước hết phơi bày ra ánh sáng những lỗ hổng về các quy định trong Nghị Viện Châu Âu trên phương diện đạo đức, chống tham nhũng, xử lý xung đột lợi ích và hoạt động vận động hành lang. Theo báo Bỉ L'Echo, nghi án tham nhũng này gợi nhớ lại tai tiếng « Cash for Amendments » năm 2011. Phóng viên tờ Sunday Times của Anh đã cài bẫy bốn nghị sĩ châu Âu Áo, Tây Ban Nha, Rumani và Slovenia khi đóng giả là những nhà vận động hành lang và đề nghị họ trình các sửa đổi luật lệ châu Âu để đổi lấy một khoản tiền mặt. Bộ quy tắc ứng xử và những khe hở cho tham nhũng Sau vụ tai tiếng này, Liên Hiệp Châu Âu đã thông qua một bộ quy tắc ứng xử dành cho các giới chức lãnh đạo, các nghị sĩ, cũng như các viên chức làm việc tại các định chế. Văn bản này thiết lập vài quy định ngắn gọn, đặc biệt nghiêm cấm các dân biểu nhận quà cáp có giá trị trên 150 euro. Một quy định mà Raphael Kergueno thuộc Tổ chức Minh Bạch Thế Giới (Transparency International) đánh giá là quá « nhẹ ». Trả lời báo kinh tế L'Echo của Bỉ, ông lưu ý, « bộ quy tắc ứng xử này chỉ có vài trang, không bằng bộ quy tắc ứng xử dành cho thượng nghị sĩ Mỹ phải dài đến khoảng 100 trang ». Hơn nữa, tất cả các hoạt động trong mục đích gây ảnh hưởng lên các chính sách và tiến trình ra quyết định tại các định chế của Liên Âu là được công nhận. Tuy nhiên, việc vận động gây ảnh hưởng cũng phải tuân thủ theo các quy định nội bộ của Nghị Viện, đặc biệt là những tiêu chí liên quan đến những cuộc tiếp xúc với các đại diện quyền lợi. Nhà báo Christophe Dansette, kênh truyền hình France 24 giải thích : « Từ năm 2011, các nhà vận động hành lang phải đăng ký để có thể hoạt động bên trong các tòa nhà của Liên Hiệp Châu Âu, bất kể đó là Nghị Viện, Ủy Ban hay Hội Đồng Châu Âu. Các nhà hoạt động sẽ được cấp một thẻ để có thể ra vào các khu nhà. Họ cũng phải chấp nhận một bộ quy tắc ứng xử, nghiêm cấm họ trao tặng một số kiểu quà cáp. Hiện tổng cộng có khoảng 12.500 cá nhân và cơ chế đã đăng ký hoạt động, từ các tổ chức phi chính phủ cho đến các tập đoàn đa quốc gia. Ngoài ra, các nhân vật lãnh đạo cao cấp quan trọng, chẳng hạn như các ủy viên, chủ tịch các nhóm chính trị, phải khai báo toàn bộ những nhà vận động hành lang mà họ tiếp xúc, do việc những quan chức này thường xuyên xử lý nhiều hồ sơ mà họ không chắc nắm rõ và do vậy họ cần đến sự tư vấn từ nhiều chuyên gia. » Điểm đáng chú ý ở đây là quy định này, nếu mang tính ràng buộc cho các vị trí lãnh đạo quan trọng, thì chúng chỉ có tính chất khuyến nghị cho các nghị sĩ. Kết quả là chỉ 37% trong khoảng hơn 700 số nghị sĩ châu Âu là có khai báo các cuộc tiếp xúc của họ với các nhà vận động hành lang. Trong số này, đứng đầu bảng là các nước Bắc Âu, chiếm hơn 90%, nước Pháp nằm trong khoảng 63,3%, nhưng Cộng hòa Chypre chỉ có 16,7% và Hy Lạp là thành viên tệ nhất khi chỉ có 9,5%. Đây có lẽ là nguyên nhân khiến Hy Lạp giờ bị điểm mặt ! Nghị Viện Châu Âu và « văn hóa không trừng phạt » Về điểm này, ông Yves Bertoncini, giảng viên và cố vấn các vấn đề châu Âu, trên đài truyền hình Arte, giải thích vì sao là Nghị Viện Châu Âu đã có phần chậm trễ so với Ủy Ban Châu Âu : « Bởi vì ở đây có một ý tưởng là các đại biểu phải được tự do, họ do dân bầu lên, họ không cần phải giải trình một cách cụ thể như các ủy viên châu Âu, hay như các quan chức cao cấp hoặc như các ủy viên châu Âu về các hoạt động của họ. Vào thời điểm vụ tai tiếng năm 1999, người ta đã có thể mở rộng các hoạt động của cơ quan chống tham nhũng sang Nghị Viện Châu Âu. Chính nhờ thế mà người ta mới phát hiện ra việc sử dụng sai trái nguồn quỹ của Nghị Viện Châu Âu từ một số chính đảng của Pháp. Nhưng hiện tại các nghị sĩ châu Âu là khá tự do và do vậy, hậu quả của vụ bê bối này là phải củng cố các quy tắc. » Mặt khác, nghị sĩ châu Âu thuộc đảng Xanh của Đức Daniel Freund, lưu ý thêm rằng các đại diện Nhà nước là không bị ràng buộc đăng ký minh bạch. Ông cay đắng nhắc lại : « Lần gần đây nhất, khi chúng tôi thảo luận về hoạt động vận động hành lang tại Liên Hiệp Châu Âu cách nay hai năm, tôi từng đề nghị gộp cả vấn đề vận động gây ảnh hưởng từ các Nhà nước, nhưng chỉ có một mình tôi đề xuất, các nhóm chính trị khác thì không muốn, lập luận rằng đó là hoạt động ngoại giao, chứ không phải vận động hành lang ». Theo báo Bỉ L'Echo, trong lĩnh vực này, quả thật Liên Hiệp Châu Âu phải học hỏi thêm nhiều từ Hoa Kỳ. Đạo Luật Đăng Ký Đại Diện Nước Ngoài (Foreign Agents Registration Act – FARA), đề ra những ràng buộc minh bạch cho những ai đại diện các lợi ích của nước ngoài và tìm cách gây ảnh hưởng lên các quyết định của chính phủ hay Quốc Hội. Một quy định mà ông Daniel Freund nhìn nhận tuy không thể ngăn chặn triệt để nạn mua chuộc, nhưng chí ít cho phép « giảm thiểu nguy cơ, và tạo thuận lợi cho các cuộc điều tra của cảnh sát và viện công tố khi làm lộ rõ những mạng lưới, các nguy cơ xung đột lợi ích và tham nhũng ». Cuối cùng, một lỗ thủng khác không nhỏ khiến cuộc chiến chống tham nhũng của Liên Âu trở nên kém hiệu quả : Thiếu các biện pháp trừng phạt nghiêm khắc. Việc có trừng phạt một nghị sĩ nào đó vi phạm các quy tắc « đạo đức » hay không phụ thuộc vào một « ủy ban tham vấn » gồm 5 nghị sĩ. Trong năm năm qua, dù ủy ban này đã xem xét 24 trường hợp vi phạm bộ quy tắc ứng xử, nhưng chưa có một ai phải chịu một hình phạt nào. Đến mức Transparency International đã lên án Liên Âu để hình thành một thứ « văn hóa không trừng phạt ». Tổ chức này kêu gọi nên thiết lập một cơ chế độc lập, có phương tiện tài chính và nhân lực để có thể tiến hành điều tra và ban hành các trừng phạt hay chuyển giao hồ sơ cho tư pháp. « Qatargate » và mạng lưới tội phạm có tổ chức Nếu như trong vụ việc này, tư pháp Bỉ chỉ nói có liên quan đến một nước Vùng Vịnh, thì mọi cặp mắt đang đổ dồn về phía Qatar. Liệu rằng sau vụ bê bối này cùng với những chỉ trích liên quan đến vấn đề nhân quyền trong việc tổ chức World Cup 2022 gây nhiều tranh cãi, Liên Âu có nên xem xét lại mối quan hệ với Doha? Nhà nghiên cứu địa chính trị Agnès Levallois, thuộc Quỹ Nghiên Cứu Chiến Lược (FRS), trước hết lưu ý, việc một nước như Qatar chẳng hạn tìm cách mở các kênh ảnh hưởng ở nước khác là lẽ thường tình, tất cả các nước đều làm việc này. Bà nhận định thêm : « Đừng quên rằng Qatar hiện nay là một trong số các nước cung cấp khí đốt nhiều nhất. Tất cả các nước đều ve vãn Qatar để có được hợp đồng mua khí đốt, bởi vì chúng ta hiện nay đang trong một cuộc khủng hoảng năng lượng thảm hại và bởi vì Qatar cảm thấy tự tin hơn, đang trong thế thượng phong. » Không chỉ riêng Qatar, khối 27 nước thành viên hiện đang đối mặt với những sức ép vận động nhằm gây chia rẽ Liên Âu, chủ yếu đến từ Nga, Trung Quốc, Mỹ và trong một chừng mực nào đó là Anh Quốc – đây cũng là 4 nước thành viên thường trực trong Hội Đồng Bảo An. Một điều chắc chắn, tai tiếng tham nhũng xảy ra đã làm hoen ố hình ảnh của Nghị Viện vào lúc định chế này đang có một cuộc đọ sức gay gắt với thủ tướng Viktor Orban của Hungary, cũng bị lên án là tham nhũng. Tuy nhiên, nghi án này không chỉ dừng ở cấp độ chính trị. Cảnh sát Bỉ nghi ngờ đây là một mạng lưới tội phạm có tổ chức. Ngoài bà phó chủ tịch Eva Kaili là người Hy Lạp, những người bị bắt còn lại Francesco Giorgi, Pier Antonio Panzeri, Luca Visentini – lãnh đạo nghiệp đoàn, và Niccolo Figa – Talamanca, thư ký tổ chức phi chính phủ No Peace Without Justice, đều là người Ý. Một chi tiết khiến các nhà điều tra Bỉ nêu lên giả thuyết sự hiện diện của một đường dây « Italian Connection ». Tư pháp Bỉ quyết định mở rộng điều tra theo trục Bruxelles – Milan để xác định mạng lưới quan hệ của Pier-Antonio Panzeri. Ngoài ra, trong vụ tai tiếng này, giới điều tra Bỉ ưu tiên tìm hiểu 600 ngàn euro với những tờ giấy bạc mới tinh vừa được phát hành từ đâu mà ra. Một phần trong số này được in tại Bỉ, phần còn lại đang được điều tra với nhiều câu hỏi lớn : Phải chăng Qatar có được quyền ưu tiên tiếp cận những tờ bạc mới tại Ngân Hàng Trung Ương Châu Âu ? Bằng cách nào họ có thể rút ra một khoản tiền lớn đến như thế mà không khơi dậy một chút nghi ngờ nào ?

FRS - Fondation pour la recherche stratégique
#17 - Les leçons opérationnelles après dix mois de guerre en Ukraine, avec Thibault Fouillet

FRS - Fondation pour la recherche stratégique

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 27:06


La FRS vous propose ce format d'émission mensuel : les Podcasts de la recherche stratégique. Cette émission audio en accès libre est mise à la disposition du grand public, des journalistes, chercheurs, experts et autres professionnels de la défense. Chaque mois, un chercheur de la FRS vous présente une analyse sur une problématique de stratégie ou de sécurité internationale. Dans ce nouvel épisode, Thibault Fouillet, chercheur à la FRS, évoque les premières leçons opérationnelles à tirer des dix premiers mois de conflits en Ukraine. Réalisation et présentation de l'émission : Fabien Herbert

Les matins
En France et en Chine, la lutte contre le Covid, test pour le pouvoir politique

Les matins

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 105:58


durée : 01:45:58 - Les Matins - par : Guillaume Erner - À l'heure où Elisabeth Borne préconise le retour du port du masque et la vaccination des plus fragiles pour contrer la neuvième vague, en Chine, les manifestations continuent contre le maintien de la politique "zéro Covid". - invités : Anne-Claude Crémieux Infectiologue; Sébastien Berriot Correspondant de Radio France en Chine; Philippe Le Corre chercheur au Carnegie Endowment for International Peace et à la Harvard Kennedy School, chercheur associé à la Fondation pour la recherche stratégique (FRS) et professeur invité à l'ESSEC

C dans l'air
CDLA - VOS QUESTIONS SMS – 15/11/22

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 9:07


QATAR : LE MONDIAL ET LE MALAISE – 15/11/22 EXPERTS PASCAL BONIFACE Directeur de l'IRIS Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques Philippe DESSERTINE Directeur de l'Institut de Haute Finance Alfred DE MONTESQUIOU Journaliste, réalisateur Auteur du documentaire « Qatar : au pays des mille et une ruses » Agnès LEVALLOIS Spécialiste du Moyen-Orient Maître de recherche à la Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (FRS)

IASP Pain Research Forum Podcasts
The Pain Beat (Episode 15) – Nobel Prize: Somatosensation and Stories

IASP Pain Research Forum Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 44:32


This 15th episode of The Pain Beat is the third and final of a three-part series discussing the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine – awarded to David Julius, University of California, San Francisco, USA and Ardem Patapoutian, Scripps Research, California, USA – for their work on molecules important for somatosensation (see PRF related interview here, PRF related news story here, part one of this series here, and part two of this series here). In this episode, The Pain Beat spoke with a group of collaborators and former mentees to discuss what the discoveries mean for the somatosensory field, as well as stories and insights about what it was like working with Drs. Julius and Patapoutian during that time. Podcast participants include: Allan Basbaum, PhD, FRS, University of California, San Francisco, USA Diana Bautista, PhD, University of California, Berkeley, USA Alexander Chesler, PhD, National Institutes of Health, Maryland, USA Ellen Lumpkin, PhD, University of California, Berkeley, USA Tayler Sheahan, PhD, University of Pittsburgh, USA (Host)

The Pain Beat
The Pain Beat (Episode 15) – Nobel Prize: Somatosensation and Stories

The Pain Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 44:32


This 15th episode of The Pain Beat is the third and final of a three-part series discussing the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine – awarded to David Julius, University of California, San Francisco, USA and Ardem Patapoutian, Scripps Research, California, USA – for their work on molecules important for somatosensation (see PRF related interview here, PRF related news story here, part one of this series here, and part two of this series here). In this episode, The Pain Beat spoke with a group of collaborators and former mentees to discuss what the discoveries mean for the somatosensory field, as well as stories and insights about what it was like working with Drs. Julius and Patapoutian during that time. Podcast participants include: Allan Basbaum, PhD, FRS, University of California, San Francisco, USA Diana Bautista, PhD, University of California, Berkeley, USA Alexander Chesler, PhD, National Institutes of Health, Maryland, USA Ellen Lumpkin, PhD, University of California, Berkeley, USA Tayler Sheahan, PhD, University of Pittsburgh, USA (Host)

Scanner School - Everything you wanted to know about the Scanner Radio Hobby

Bringing a Scanner to Washington DC can be very exciting and also very confusing. There are a lot of “Alphabet” agencies to try to listen to, but many are encrypted.  Even Police activity is secure. But, if you know what other agencies are around, you'll quickly see there are ways to connect the dots and still know what is happening around our Nation's Capital. Joseph Durnal, who spends a lot of time in DC, joins the podcast today to share what he's learned about monitoring the activity in the DC metro area. What You Need To Know DC might be a small city, but there are agencies outside of the metro area that would come into DC as mutual aid. Do not forget to scan border counties in Maryland and Virginia Many business rely on FRS and Business Band frequencies to operate Listening to news frequencies will help you understand when something big is happening around the city. Joe likes to use his TRX-1 in the DC area since it handles Analog, P25, and DMR. Planning out your stay or trip in DC will help you get the most out of your scanner. If you rely on GPS scanning, you're scanner will have a lot of systems in the scan list and much of it may be encrypted.   ====================================

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
Bishop Ray Browne apology of homily

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 6:45


Yesterday, Bishop Ray Browne, the Catholic Bishop of Kerry apologised after a retired priest, Fr Séan Sheehy delivered a homily where he voiced disparaging remarks about abortion, transgenderism, and homosexuality. A number of people got up and left the church in protest at the priest's controversial homily. Joining Ciara to discuss this event is Theologian, Gina Menzies.

Trustees and Presidents- Opportunities and Challenges In Intercollegiate Athletics
Financial Data And Conference Realignment: How Can A College President Access Athletics Financial Data When Considering A New Conference?

Trustees and Presidents- Opportunities and Challenges In Intercollegiate Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 31:19


Today's podcast is particularly timely as Presidents are often approached by boosters, conference commissioners and others with ideas of "elevating the schools profile" by changing Conferences. The whole concept of "Conference Realignment" is something your school could face during your tenure. The NCAA's FRS (financial reporting system) is one of several key indicators to monitor the health of you athletics department. My guest today answers the above questions and takes you on a deep dive into NCAA reporting requirements for all Divisions. The FRS requires all member institutions to collect their data every year and have it meet the annual compliance expectations (aka "agreed upon procedures). The NCAA aggregates all the data under the IPP (Institutional Performance Program) dashboard and allows member schools to access data on their peers. This becomes especially valuable when you want to compare categories equally while measuring data the exact same way. James Moore and company also have a robust interest NIL impact on taxes, revenues and complying with current NCAA and state rules. Katie Davis, CPA is the Higher Education and Collegiate Athletics Practice Leader at James Moore & Co., an accounting firm that works with universities, athletic departments, athletic associations, booster clubs, and other higher education-related organizations nationwide. For nearly 20 years, Katie has dedicated her career to providing accounting and consulting services to universities and advocating for the financial voices in college athletics. She helps to educate the sports business industry on relevant issues that impact us now and in the future. Katie also co-hosts the “News & Brews Sports Biz” podcast, which is focused on finances and other emerging issues in college athletics. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/karen-weaver/message

Activity Coaching Conversations
Communicating with Your Leadership Team

Activity Coaching Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 11:05


Effective communication is a key component of ensuring your leadership team's full impact on the development of FRs. This begins by understanding each individual's role and responsibility and identifying the communication channels that will work best for your team. By communicating effectively with your leadership team, you can minimize confusion and ensure that everyone is working towards the same goal! Highlights: 02:06 There are many contributing systems, factors, people, meeting venues, and so on that have to work in sync in order for our development to have its full impact. 03:34 Unfortunately, you can't rely on other team members to just go in consistently or regularly, to see updates.  04:03 If you want to go back and look for teams or trends, you have to go back and open up multiple emails, where in a spreadsheet, I can just scroll back a week, a month, or whatever and be able to get that information versus going back in and find it in the right email.  05:38 If there is something pertinent or should be just in time, don't wait until Friday for everybody to get the notes. Make sure you are getting that information out to the team as soon as possible.  09:16 Do a little assessment of your communication. Find out what your team likes about how you communicate, what would they like to see perhaps that you aren't already including? Contact https://www.heatherpriceconsulting.com/ (Heather Price Consulting) 

Du grain à moudre
La guerre en Syrie a-t-elle servi de répétition générale à la guerre en Ukraine ?

Du grain à moudre

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 38:01


durée : 00:38:01 - Le Temps du débat - par : Emmanuel Laurentin, Quentin Lafay - La nomination, ce 14 octobre, de Sergueï Sourouvikine à la tête des opérations en Ukraine inquiète les Occidentaux. Surnommé le "Général Armageddon", Sourouvikine s'était illustré en 2018 en ordonnant des bombardements massifs en Syrie. La Syrie a-t-elle servie de laboratoire à Poutine ? - invités : Cécile Vaissié Professeure d'études russes et soviétiques, Université Rennes-II; Catherine Coquio professeure de littérature comparée à l'université Paris-Diderot.; Vincent Tourret Doctorant à l'UQAM, ancien chargé de recherche à la Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (FRS)

control yourself with dr andreo spina
Ep.25: Bonus - A chat with John Quint at Westside Barbell

control yourself with dr andreo spina

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 81:42


John Quint and I recently visited Tom Barry, Chief Operations Officer of Westside Barbell, and we'll be co-releasing that episode in the coming weeks. For this podcast, John and I took the opportunity to sit down to discuss John's history at WSBB and his relationship with Louie Simmons who was a pioneer in developing world, record- breaking strength athletes. We also discuss the present state of strength training and how it has evolved to include training the internal environment. Some of the topics discussed are: The evolution of strength The use of resistance bands in life at WBSS What are the force velocity and force posture curves Internal versus External training What embryology tells us about anatomy Quint's specialty training for offensive lineman How much strength do you need for sport? And much more. Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice and it is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information or to seek out an FRS provider in your area, please visit our website. To watch on YouTube, visit Dr Andreo Spina

Soft Power
L'influence du parti communiste chinois dans le monde

Soft Power

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 94:18


durée : 01:34:18 - Soft Power - par : Frédéric Martel - La politique extérieure de la Chine est-elle de plus en plus agressive ? À l'occasion du 20e Congrès du Parti communiste chinois, nous revenons sur l'influence de la Chine dans le monde, sa situation géopolitique et l'usage des nouvelles technologies pour mener à bien ses objectifs. - invités : Alice Ekman Analyste responsable de l'Asie à l'Institut des études de sécurité de l'Union européenne (EUISS); Paul Charon Directeur du domaine « Renseignement, anticipation et menaces hybrides » à l'IRSEM.; Sacha Halter Chercheur en sciences politiques et relations internationales; Simon Menet Chargé de recherche à la Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (FRS) et spécialiste de la Chine; Chen Qiufan Romancier et président de l'Association mondiale de science-fiction chinoise

.think atlantic
Nuclear Deterrence with Bruno Tertrais

.think atlantic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 26:56


In this episode of .think atlantic, IRI's Thibault Muzergues is joined by Bruno Tertrais to talk about nuclear deterrence. Bruno Tertrais is deputy director of the Foundation for Strategic Research - or FRS, a French think-tank. His areas of expertise include geopolitics and international relations with a specific focus on strategic and military affairs, and for what is of particular concern to us today, nuclear deterrence and non-proliferation. He is a Senior Fellow at Institute Montaigne as well as a scientific adviser to the French Government's High Commissioner for Planning. Finally, he is the author of numerous books and articles on the nuclear weapon, including this spring “Principles of Nuclear Deterrence and Strategy”, a paper for the NATO Defense college, and even more recently another paper on the future of nuclear deterrence which was published by our partners Fondapol a couple of weeks ago. What is the concept of nuclear deterrence? Can we talk about nuclear blackmail? What are the “odds” for a nuclear strike from Russia in Ukraine? Are we living a new 1962 Cuba missile crisis again? Is there any way out of this war that avoids the use of nuclear weapons? Listen for answers to these questions and more in this episode. Find Bruno Tertrais on Twitter @BrunoTertrais Find Fondation pour la Recherche Strategique on Twitter @FRS_org Find Thibault Muzergues on Twitter @tmuzergues Find .think atlantic on Twitter @ThinkAtlantic Find IRI on Twitter @IRIglobal

Catholic Saints & Feasts
October 19: Saints Jean de Brébeuf and Isaac Jogues, Priests, and their Companions, Martyrs (U.S.A.)

Catholic Saints & Feasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 9:04


October 19: Saints Jean de Brébeuf and Isaac Jogues, Priests, and their Companions, Martyrs (U.S.A.)Saint Jean: 1593–1649; Saint Isaac Jogues 1607–1646; Frs. Gabriel Lalemant, Noel Chabanel, Charles Garnier, Anthony Daniel; and laymen René Goupil and Jean de LalandeMemorial; Liturgical Color: RedPatron Saints of North America, co-patrons of CanadaFrench priests and laity leave hearth and home to be slaughtered on the edge of nowhereDeep in the dense and endless forests of Iroquois nation, Jean de Brébeuf, bound tightly to a post, slowly stretched his neck and head toward the canopy high above, and prayed. An Iroquois war party had attacked his Huron mission the day before. He had a chance to escape but he chose to stay. The baptized and neophytes looked to him, needed him, and were captured with him. Saint Jean had long before witnessed, and chronicled, the Iroquois' depraved treatment of their Indian enemies. Now he was the captive and now he would be the victim. The painted braves prepared their instruments of torture and the ritual butchery commenced. The Iroquis peeled Jean's lips from his face and cut off his nose and ears. Saint Jean was as silent as a rock. They poured boiling water over his head in a mock baptism and pressed hatchets, glowing red hot, against his open wounds. A hard blow to the face split his jaw in two. This was pain beyond pain, a living holocaust. When the saint tried to encourage his fellow captives with holy words, the Indians cut out his tongue. Near the end, they cut out his heart and ate it. Raw. Then they drank his warm blood. They wanted the blood of this lion to course in their own veins. Eye witnesses to Saint Jean's torture and death, which took place alongside that of Father Gabriel Lalemant, escaped captivity and gave detailed accounts of what they had seen. Fellow Jesuits recovered the two bodies days later and verified their wounds. Brébeuf's skull was placed in a reliquary in a convent in Quebec City. It is still there today.Saint Jean de Brébeuf was born in Bayeux, France. Bayeux is a comfortable town with low, sturdy buildings and a handsome Cathedral. It's the kind of town people want to move to. But Saint Jean went in the opposite direction. He left Bayeux to become a Jesuit priest. When he was chosen to become a missionary, he crossed an ocean to New France (Canada). He was well educated and was the first European to master the Huron language, to study their customs, and to write a Huron-French dictionary. He was a mystic who had an intimate relationship with Our Lord and a vivid spirituality full of saints and angels. He took a vow of personal perfection, striving to rid himself of every sin, no matter how small. He canoed thousands of miles over open waters, and trekked and portaged vast expanses of prairie and woods in search of a congregation for the Truth. In a frontier culture of trappers, loggers, and ruffians, he held his own. The Indians called him “Echon”—one who carries his own weight. His oar was always in the water. For all this missionary labor, there was some success. But there was more disappointment. Some of his assassins were Huron apostates.A heroic death is not the fruit of a lukewarm life. Saint Jean was prepared for his gruesome martyrdom by many years of struggling to breathe inside of smoke-filled cabins, by suffering the bites of swarms of mosquitoes all night long, by shivering through cold nights, by eating disgusting food without complaint, and by trekking rugged terrain while poorly shod. Once, he fell on the ice and broke his collarbone, making it impossible for him to navigate jagged terrain upright. He crawled thirty-six miles on his hands and knees back to his mission. Saint Jean also prepared himself for death through disciplined prayer and meditation. He prepared himself out of a profound acceptance of God's will. Our faith teaches that grace builds on nature. This just means that a plant grows in the ground. Bad soil; sick plant. Rich soil; healthy plant. The seed of faith planted in Saint Jean by his parents and priests was dropped into rich, black, human soil. God's grace grew in him. God's grace thrived in him. God's grace never died in him. And that same powerful grace comes to us today through the intercession of this mighty oak of a man.Saint Isaac Jogues came as near to martyrdom as any man who ever lived to tell about it. Jogues was a professor in France who crossed the ocean to work among the Huron. For six years he labored as far west as Lake Superior, one of the first French men to see that lake of lakes. He was kidnapped by Mohawks in 1642 and held captive for thirteen months, during which time he witnessed, and suffered from, an orgy of barbarity similar to that later suffered by Brébeuf: torture by fire, removal of fingernails, gnawing away of fingers, whippings with thorn bush branches, cuttings, etc. Jogues' companion, Jesuit lay brother René Goupil, a trained medic, was tomahawked to death for making the sign of the cross on the forehead of a Mohawk boy. Incredibly, just when Jogues was about to be burned alive he was rescued by Dutch traders. Jogues returned to France half a man; skeletal, lame, and with stumps where some fingers had been chewed down to their knuckles. On home soil again, he went to the local Jesuit house, where the porter assumed he was an indigent beggar.Jogues specifically requested to return to Canada, and crossed the Atlantic one last time in 1644. He was assigned to Montreal, where he crossed paths with Jean de Brébeuf, who thought Jogues was a living saint. When Jogues asked permission from his superiors to again evangelize among the Mohawks, he told a friend “Ibo, sed non redibo.” “I will go, but I will not return.” He was a prophet. He and layman Jean Lalande were captured and tomahawked to death on October 18, 1646. Their severed heads were placed as trophies on pikes. The North American martyrs were canonized in 1930.Saints Jean de Brébeuf, Isaac Jogues, and companions, you died far from the comforts of home and family. You accepted sufferings you did not deserve for the greater glory of God. Grant us patience when we are impetuous, endurance when tempted to quit, humility when confronted with ignorance, and physical toughness when the comforts of life are not to be found.

How They Love Mary
Episode 185: How to Prepare for Scapular Enrollment or Renew Your Scapular Devotion with Fr. Jeffrey Kirby

How They Love Mary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 25:37


Fr. Kirby has been a devotee of the scapular since his childhood and recently he penned a nine day preparation for enrollment in the brown scapular. Not only is the book useful for preparing to enroll but it can be a help to someone who wants to renew or deepen their scapular devotion. In this interview with Frs. Looney and Kirby, learn the origin story of the scapular, what it promises, what it requires of a devotee, and whether or not you can wear a scapular medal. Buy the Book: https://www.sophiainstitute.com/products/item/a-journey-to-mount-carmel Fr. Kirby's website: https://frkirby.com/ Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/fatherkirby Listen to the Steve Kerekes interview about scapulars: https://howtheylovemary.fireside.fm/scapular Get your holy socks from Sock Religious: https://www.sockreligious.com/?rfsn=5170834.c28065 Buy Fr. Edward's book How They Love Mary from Sophia Institute Press: https://www.sophiainstitute.com/products/item/how-they-love-mary

Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast
Dr. James Dreese & Dr. Tim Stone: A Deep Dive into ACL Tears, Surgery, and Rehab

Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 68:00


In this episode of the Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast, Dan is joined by Dr. James Dreese and Dr. Tim Stone to discuss the ACL, including causes of ACL tears, surgical considerations of ACL tears, Rehab for an ACL tear, and so much more! James Dreese, MD, is an orthopaedic surgeon, fellowship-trained in sports medicine. He is double-board certified in Orthopedic Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine. He serves as associate director of Union Memorial Sports Medicine and as research director for the MedStar Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship. He was recently elected to serve as one of two delegates from the state of Maryland on the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Council of Delegates. He has served as editor-in-chief for the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and has been appointed to numerous regional and national leadership committees in Orthopedic Sports Medicine. He is actively involved in sports medicine research, and has published numerous articles and book chapters. Dr. Dreese is an associate team physician for the Baltimore Ravens. He serves as one of two delegates from the state of Maryland to the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine. He has been named numerous times to U.S. News and World Report's Top Doctors for Sports Medicine and Castle Connolly's Top Doctor Baltimore Edition. In 2021, Baltimore magazine named him a Top Doctor in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. For more on Dr. Dreese, you can find him on medstar at https://www.medstarhealth.org/doctors/james-c-dreese-md or on Instagram @sports_doc_dreese Dr. Tim Stone, PT, DPT, CSCS, Cert-DN, FRS is a Sports Physical Therapist & Chief Operating Officer at True Sports Physical Therapy in the Baltimore and south central regions of PA. Dr. Stone has extensive interest in playing and treating lacrosse athletes, as he is one himself, playing for the Australian Men's Lacrosse team. Dr. Stone is well-known for treatment of post-operative ACL patients. True Sports Physical Therapy also holds a strong reputation in physical therapy for athletes. If you an athlete in the Baltimore area looking for expert care, you should look no further, as true sports is what sports rehab should be. For more on Dr. Stone, you can find him on Instagram @dr.stone.dpt or check out True Sports PT @truesportspt To keep up to date with everything we are currently doing on the podcast, be sure to subscribe and follow @brawnbody on social media! Episode Sponsors: MedBridge: https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/brawn-body-training or Coupon Code "BRAWN" for 40% off your annual subscription! CTM Band: https://ctm.band/collections/ctm-band coupon code "BRAWN10" = 10% off! TRX: trxtraining.com coupon code "TRX20BRAWN" = 20% off Red Light Therapy through Hooga Health: hoogahealth.com coupon code "brawn" = 12% off Ice shaker affiliate link: https://www.iceshaker.com?sca_ref=1520881.zOJLysQzKe Training Mask: "BRAWN" = 20% off at checkout https://www.trainingmask.com?sca_ref=2486863.iestbx9x1n Make sure you SHARE this episode with a friend who could benefit from the information we shared! Check out everything Dan is up to, including blog posts, fitness programs, and more by clicking here: https://linktr.ee/brawnbodytraining Liked this episode? Leave a 5-star review on your favorite podcast platform! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/support

Géopolitique, le débat
Chine, Russie, USA, UE: rivalités de puissance

Géopolitique, le débat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 50:00


La Guerre en Ukraine a presque occulté la guerre froide que se livrent Américains et Chinois et la détermination américaine d'endiguer la Chine. La Pandémie d'abord, l'invasion russe ensuite et peut-être surtout, viennent rebattre les cartes de la géopolitique mondiale, interrompant pour commencer un pan entier de l'intégration de la Russie dans le système monde. De nouvelles recompostions apparaissent. Le changement d'ère provoqué par l'invasion de l'Ukraine a, à l'évidence, renforcé la puissance et l'influence des USA dans le monde, faisant oublier le départ précipité d'Afghanistan. Peut-on parler de complet retournement. Les États-Unis sont-ils les grands gagnants de la nouvelle donne économique et stratégique ? Quelles options pour les Européens ? La garantie de sécurité des États-Unis est-elle la seule qui s'ouvre à eux ? L'Europe sera-t-elle la grande perdante de la recomposition en cours ?   Invités Valérie Niquet, responsable du pôle Asie à la Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique. « Taiwan face à la Chine », éd. Tallandier.  Maya Kandel, historienne, chercheuse associée à l'Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, spécialiste des États-Unis. « Les États-Unis et le monde, de George Washington à Donald Trump », éd. Perrin. Blog Froggy Bottom sur la politique étrangère des États-Unis.   L'Amiral Pascal Ausseur, directeur général de la Fondation Méditerranéenne d'Études Stratégiques. «Atlas stratégique de la Méditerranée et du Moyen Orient», accès libre sur le site de la FMES.    Édition enregistrée à Toulon dans le cadre des Rencontres stratégiques de la Méditerranée. Initiative conjointe de la FMES et de la FRS.  

Géopolitique, le débat
Guerre en Ukraine: quels risques d'extension?

Géopolitique, le débat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 50:00


L'invasion de l'Ukraine représente un tournant stratégique majeur. La mobilisation décrétée par la Russie et les référendums organisés dans les régions ukrainiennes bordant la Mer d'Azov marquent une escalade. D'aucuns estiment que la Russie veut non pas la paix mais la victoire. Les Etats-Unis sont eux à la veille des élections de mi-mandat qui pourraient se traduire par un changement de majorité au Congrès et une remise en question de l'aide américaine à l'Ukraine. Y a t-il des risques d'extension du conflit au théâtre européen?  Avec Alexandra Goujon, maître de conférences à l'Université de Bourgogne. «Ukraine, de l'indépendance à la guerre», éditions le Cavalier Bleu L'Amiral Henri Schricke, ancien représentant militaire de la France auprès de l'Otan et de l'Union européenne Pierre Razoux, directeur académique de la Fondation Méditerranéenne d'Études Stratégiques. Édition enregistrée à Toulon dans le cadre des Rencontres stratégiques de la Méditerranée. Initiative conjointe de la FMES et de la FRS.  

control yourself with dr andreo spina
Ep. 24: Everything you wanted to know about ‘exercise' but were afraid to ask.

control yourself with dr andreo spina

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 117:36


In this episode I sit down with FRS Instructor Josh Halbert for a philosophical discussion about the concept of “exercise”. We discuss the merits of using an evolutionary perspective to view exercise, modern approaches to physical training, inherent problems with current approaches, and how to reframe intentions and results through training. Other topics include: The influence of memetic selection on exercise creation The history of sports science Complex system emergence Strength programming for trained vs untrained populations What it means to send physiological signals for sport specific results And multiple other topics Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice and it is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information or to seek out an FRS provider in your area, please visit our website.

I Speak Jeep
The Death of CB Radio?

I Speak Jeep

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 77:42


This episode Neil and Scott discuss GMRS vs FRS vs CB radio. Which one do they prefer and why?  Does "Old Man Brown" jump on the "New Age Trend" of GMRS? Tune in to find out! This weeks product spotlight #notsponsored is Tire Shine. The Good, the bad, the ugly, and all of that without a specific brand recommendation.

Affaires étrangères
L'Europe face à la guerre

Affaires étrangères

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 59:22


durée : 00:59:22 - Affaires étrangères - par : Christine Ockrent - Après six mois de guerre, quelles sont les conséquences politiques, économiques et sécuritaires pour l'Europe ? Comment l'Europe fait-elle face à cette guerre longue ? Six mois de guerre qui ont chamboulé l'ordre mondial et européen. - invités : Claudia Major Directrice de l'unité de la sécurité internationale et de la défense au sein du Think tank SWP; François Heisbourg Conseiller spécial à l'ISS (International Institute for Strategic Studies), conseiller spécial du président de la Fondation pour la recherche stratégique (FRS); Robin Niblett Ancien directeur du think tank Chatham House; Alexander Stubb aAncien premier ministre finlandais, professeur et directeur à l'Institut universitaire européen à Florence

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett
Dopamine In Dog Training: Anticipation, Rewards, And the Transfer Of Value #174

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 14:29 Very Popular


Visit us at shapedbydog.com     We're geeking out the topic of dopamine in dog training and how it impacts a dog's motivation. Dopamine is a type of  neurotransmitter, and there's a lot of research on its relation to the drive to seek out happiness. Now, you might be wondering what it has to do with dog training but to make sure our dogs want to work with us, it's something we need to know, and it relates directly to my training protocols and transfer of value.   In the episode you'll hear:   • How and when dopamine gets released in a dog's brain. • About an experiment by Robert Sapolsky on dopamine spikes with a cue, behaviour, and reward. • How a dopamine spike would relate to me and vegan chocolate chip cookies. • That dopamine relates to the transfer of value in dog training (the thing before the thing). • What the research shows about the difference between luring and shaping and dopamine. • About research on blocking dopamine and how it impacts motivation. • What a suppressed level of dopamine does and how that relates to dogs. • What I've noticed with my young dog This! and how I'm particular about her training. • About foods and supplements that support healthy dopamine production. • The effects of too much dopamine and what I observed with my dog Buzz. • How I give my dogs a calm walk once a week for a dopamine detox. • Why to look at your dog training to see if your dog is getting healthy dopamine spikes.   Resources:   1. Paper (PDF): A Neural Substrate of Prediction and Reward - Authors: Schultz, W.; Dayan, P.; Montague, P.R. - http://www.gatsby.ucl.ac.uk/~dayan/papers/sdm97.pdf 2. YouTube Video: Wolfram Schultz - Dopamine: from movement via reward to rational choice - https://youtu.be/pLqgakCXW5Q 3. YouTube Video: Dopamine Jackpot! Sapolsky on the Science of Pleasure - https://youtu.be/axrywDP9Ii0 4. Paper: Dopamine reward prediction error coding- Author: Wolfram Schultz, MD, FRS - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4826767/ 5. Article: Why does the brain have a reward prediction error? – Author: Mark Humphries - https://medium.com/the-spike/why-does-the-brain-have-a-reward-prediction-error-6d52773bd9e7 6. YouTube Playlist: Reinforcement, Permissions and Transfer of Value in Dog Training with Susan Garrett - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy1IUj_4P54q2PIuLNtnXjFO 7. Paper: Dopamine Modulates Effort-Based Decision-Making in Rats – Authors: Mark E. Bardgett, Melissa Depenbrock, Nathan Downs, Megan Points, Leonard Green - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2791340/ 8. Book: Shaping Success by Susan Garrett - https://dogsthat.com/product/shaping-success-2/ 9. Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://youtu.be/FMzI6VzIU_w

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 269 – Collaboration and Community with Adrienne Asta

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 28:08


In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren are joined by the newly elected president of the Massage Therapy Foundation, Adrienne Asta, to discuss her passion for massage, what drew her to the foundation's work, upcoming initiatives, and how to get involved with the foundation. Adrienne Asta has been practicing massage since 2001 and is co-owner of Center 4 Self-Care in Tucson, Ariz. She holds advanced certifications in Neuromuscular Therapy and Prenatal Massage, with her clients seeing her for nurturing and informed approaches to pain management. Asta is most proud of the work her company is doing to bring complementary therapies to those going through addiction recovery; she is working on contributing to this area of MT research. She has been deeply involved in education for the massage industry, holding various education positions since 2002 and as an NCBTMB-approved provider for continuing education. Having worked in a wide breadth of educational and clinical environments, she has a keen sense of the challenges that are common, from education to practice. She has developed ancillary materials for textbooks widely used in massage therapy programs and has trained all levels of practicing massage therapists and educators. She has served as Chair of MTF's Community Service Grants Review Committee and on the Development/Marketing Committee.   Resources:   Massage Therapy Foundation: https://massagetherapyfoundation.org/   Donate now: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/1428681   Grants and Contests: https://massagetherapyfoundation.org/grants-and-contests/   Get Involved: https://massagetherapyfoundation.org/get-involved/   Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at ce@abmp.com.   Sponsors:   Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com    Fascia Research Society: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org   Elements Massage: http://www.elementsmassage.com/abmp   Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com             Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                       Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA     Founded by a massage therapist for massage therapists, the Elements Massage® brand is a network of independently owned and operated studios dedicated to changing lives--including yours!  The Elements Massage brand believes massage therapists deserve a supportive team, business and marketing resources, and the chance to learn as much as they want, so many Elements Massage studios offer and reimburse continuing education on an ongoing basis. It's no surprise Elements Massage therapist and client satisfaction leads the industry. That's because from day one, the brand has kept an unmatched commitment to deliver the best therapeutic massage experiences possible for both clients and massage therapists. Elements Massage studios expects the best. So should you. If this sounds like a fit, reach out. Studios are hiring!  Visit ElementsMassage.com/ABMP for more information.   Website: https://elementsmassage.com/ABMP   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elementsmassage   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elementsmassage   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXLHkAYMgmA6_MJ8DSEZm-A   Disclaimer: Each Elements Massage® studio is independently owned and operated. Franchise owners (or their designated hiring managers) are solely responsible for all employment and personnel decisions and matters regarding their independently owned and operated studios, including hiring, direction, training, supervision, discipline, discharge, compensation (e.g., wage practices and tax withholding and reporting requirements), and termination of employment. Elements Therapeutic Massage, LLC (ETM) is not involved in, and is not responsible for, employment and personnel matters and decisions made by any franchise owner. All individuals hired by franchise owners' studios are their employees, not those of ETM. Benefits vary by independently owned and operated Elements Massage® studios. Elements Massage® and Elements Massage + design are registered trademarks owned by ETM.   Fascia Research Society (FRS) was established as a membership organization to facilitate, encourage, and support the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians, in order to further our understanding of the properties and functions of fascia. Every three years, FRS hosts the International Fascia Research Congress (IFRC). Beginning in 2007 with the first IFRC, and triennially since, the IFRC has been the premiere fascia congress in the world. No other fascia congress brings together the very latest in fascial discovery and the diversity of the leaders in fascia. Registration closes August 31, 2022 – don't miss out! For more information on FRC, or to register for the 2022 IFRC please visit us at www.fasciaresearchsociety.org Questions about either FRS or IFRC? Email us at info@fasciareserchsociety.org  

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Ep. 23: Anatomy Tells A Story

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 117:15


In this podcast, I sit down with FRS Master Instructor Dr. Michael Chivers for a technical discussion about the evolutionary perspective of anatomy with special attention on the hip joint. We explore how evolutionary pressures forged anatomical structures and their influence on the biomechanics of joints and how the FRS Bioflow model differs from traditional understandings of anatomy. We also discuss the concept of tissue force profiles, tissue specificity in palpation and rehabilitation, and clinical examples from our experiences treating and training clients. Some of the specific anatomy discussed includes: Joint space of the hip Capsular tissues and ligament formation in evolution The adductor magnus, longus, and brevis The rectus femoris The gluteus minimus Pain and referral patterns And more... If you would like to see the related anatomy visuals, please watch the podcast on YouTube. https://youtu.be/URYpG5UvjnA   Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice and it is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information or to seek out an FRS provider in your area, please visit our website.

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 266 – When Millennials Take Over, with Jamie Notter

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 41:16


Successful companies, employers, and solo practitioners are shifting their strategies to embrace four key capacities that will drive future business: digital, clear, fluid, and fast. In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren speak with Jamie Notter, author of When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Future of Business, about what is happening generationally in the workplace, the characteristics that define generations, and how our awareness of generational differences help in understanding workplace culture, motivation, and client connections. Jamie is an author and growth strategist at PROPEL, where he helps leaders integrate culture, strategy, and execution to achieve breakthrough performance and impact. He brings 25 years of experience to his work designing culture-driven businesses and has specialized along the way in areas like conflict resolution and generations. Jamie is also the co-author of three books—Humanize, When Millennials Take Over, and The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement—and holds a master's degree in conflict resolution from George Mason University and a certificate in Organization Development from Georgetown University, where he serves as adjunct faculty.   Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at ce@abmp.com.   Sponsors:   Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com    Fascia Research Society: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org   Elements Massage: http://www.elementsmassage.com/abmp   Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com             Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                       Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA     Founded by a massage therapist for massage therapists, the Elements Massage® brand is a network of independently owned and operated studios dedicated to changing lives—including yours! The Elements Massage brand believes massage therapists deserve a supportive team, business and marketing resources, and the chance to learn as much as they want, so many Elements Massage studios offer and reimburse continuing education on an ongoing basis. It's no surprise Elements Massage therapist and client satisfaction leads the industry. That's because from day one, the brand has kept an unmatched commitment to deliver the best therapeutic massage experiences possible for both clients and massage therapists. Elements Massage studios expects the best. So should you. If this sounds like a fit, reach out. Studios are hiring! Visit ElementsMassage.com/ABMP for more information. Website: https://elementsmassage.com/ABMP Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elementsmassage Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elementsmassage Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXLHkAYMgmA6_MJ8DSEZm-A   Disclaimer: Each Elements Massage® studio is independently owned and operated. Franchise owners (or their designated hiring managers) are solely responsible for all employment and personnel decisions and matters regarding their independently owned and operated studios, including hiring, direction, training, supervision, discipline, discharge, compensation (e.g., wage practices and tax withholding and reporting requirements), and termination of employment. Elements Therapeutic Massage, LLC (ETM) is not involved in, and is not responsible for, employment and personnel matters and decisions made by any franchise owner. All individuals hired by franchise owners' studios are their employees, not those of ETM. Benefits vary by independently owned and operated Elements Massage® studios. Elements Massage® and Elements Massage + design are registered trademarks owned by ETM.   Fascia Research Society (FRS) was established as a membership organization to facilitate, encourage, and support the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians, in order to further our understanding of the properties and functions of fascia. Every three years, FRS hosts the International Fascia Research Congress (IFRC). Beginning in 2007 with the first IFRC, and triennially since, the IFRC has been the premier fascia congress in the world. No other fascia congress brings together the very latest in fascial discovery and the diversity of the leaders in fascia. Registration closes August 31, 2022 – don't miss out! For more information on FRC, or to register for the 2022 IFRC please visit us at www.fasciaresearchsociety.org Questions about either FRS or IFRC? Email us at info@fasciareserchsociety.org  

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Ep. 22: Programming for a Retired Athlete: Case Study.

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 90:18


In this episode Dr. Spina sits down with FRS Master Instructor Hunter Cook to discuss case study of a retired professional baseball pitcher. Though an FRS lens, Hunter and Dre discuss how this athlete's training was managed over time with reference videos and photos of his progress.  Topics covered in the conversation include: The pathophysiological effects of pitching over time The pitfalls of kinetic chain assessment Shoulder dynamics in pitching Establishing active to passive ratios The importance of neurological-biological afferent and efferent communication The relationship between motor learning, skill acquisition and tissue quality Creation and maintenance of cortical action maps Cultivation of musculoskeletal longevity And many more… Whether you are manual therapist, S&C coach or athlete, this episode highlights the intricacies of improving and/or reversing deleterious effects of decades of performing at the highest levels of human athletics. Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice and it is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information or to seek out an FRS provider in your area, please visit our website.

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 264 – Kinessage for Self-Care with Kathleen Gramzay

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 26:45


Where do holistic health, self-empowerment, neuroscience, and conscious culture intersect? Kathleen Gramzay has the answer. In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren speak with Kathleen, developer of Kinessage® Mindful Resilience, about how she developed this practice, how Kinessage differs from other modalities, and why massage therapy self-care was so important in her development of Kinessage. Kathleen Gramzay, LMT, is the Founder and CEO of Kinessage LLC. She is a speaker, Body/Mind Resilience Innovator, National CEU Provider, author, and developer of Kinessage® Massage through Movement, Kinessage® Self Care for Therapists, the Kinessage® Release Your Pain Self Care System, and Kinessage® Mindful Resilience. A year into her massage therapy practice, Kathleen's own debilitating chronic muscular pain compelled her to figure out how to release that pain, creating the new modality of Kinessage®. She proved her methods with professional athletes and thousands of clients in her 16-year massage practice in Scottsdale, AZ. Kathleen taught Anatomy and Kinesiology at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts before teaching her Kinessage® methods nationally to occupational, physical, and massage therapists.   Resources:   Connect with Kathleen: https://www.kathleengramzay.com/   Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at ce@abmp.com.    Sponsors:   Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com    Fascia Research Society: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org   Elements Massage: http://www.elementsmassage.com/abmp   Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com             Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                       Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA     Founded by a massage therapist for massage therapists, the Elements Massage® brand is a network of independently owned and operated studios dedicated to changing lives—including yours! The Elements Massage brand believes massage therapists deserve a supportive team, business and marketing resources, and the chance to learn as much as they want, so many Elements Massage studios offer and reimburse continuing education on an ongoing basis. It's no surprise Elements Massage therapist and client satisfaction leads the industry. That's because from day one, the brand has kept an unmatched commitment to deliver the best therapeutic massage experiences possible for both clients and massage therapists. Elements Massage studios expects the best. So should you. If this sounds like a fit, reach out. Studios are hiring! Visit ElementsMassage.com/ABMP for more information.   Website: https://elementsmassage.com/ABMP   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elementsmassage   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elementsmassage   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXLHkAYMgmA6_MJ8DSEZm-A   Disclaimer: Each Elements Massage® studio is independently owned and operated. Franchise owners (or their designated hiring managers) are solely responsible for all employment and personnel decisions and matters regarding their independently owned and operated studios, including hiring, direction, training, supervision, discipline, discharge, compensation (e.g., wage practices and tax withholding and reporting requirements), and termination of employment. Elements Therapeutic Massage, LLC (ETM) is not involved in, and is not responsible for, employment and personnel matters and decisions made by any franchise owner. All individuals hired by franchise owners' studios are their employees, not those of ETM. Benefits vary by independently owned and operated Elements Massage® studios. Elements Massage® and Elements Massage + design are registered trademarks owned by ETM.       Fascia Research Society (FRS) was established as a membership organization to facilitate, encourage, and support the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians, in order to further our understanding of the properties and functions of fascia. Every three years, FRS hosts the International Fascia Research Congress (IFRC). Beginning in 2007 with the first IFRC, and triennially since, the IFRC has been the premier fascia congress in the world. No other fascia congress brings together the very latest in fascial discovery and the diversity of the leaders in fascia. Registration closes August 31, 2022 – don't miss out! For more information on FRC, or to register for the 2022 IFRC please visit us at www.fasciaresearchsociety.org Questions about either FRS or IFRC? Email us at info@fasciareserchsociety.org  

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Episode 64: The Self Storage Business in Today's Market with Sergio Altomare

Real Estate Investor MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 24:52


The U.S. market accounted for 90 percent of self storage inventory worldwide in 2018 and investors remain optimistic as experts forecast the market to be worth $64.71 billion by 2026. Today, we will explore this asset class with our guest, Sergio Altomare. Sergio and his wife pivoted to the self storage industry in 2018 and have exponentially grown since then. We are privileged to hear about how they started, their discipline, strategies, and advice for people who want to invest in the self storage business. Click now and listen to our conversation! Remember, this is your MBA. Have a notepad handy, and get ready to take some notes!Key Points from This Episode: How Sergio and his wife started in real estate – just under 400,000 in triplex and under a million in multifamily. How they scaled quickly to 50 million assets under management and five properties under contract. Their secret sauce: discipline. Their discipline in terms of strategy and how they evaluate the property. Sergio talks about their self storage facilities – purchase price units, location, acquisition, and value-add strategy. How Sergio evaluates a deal especially in a new market. Leveraging on relationships with bigger brokers to find great deals. The two sides of self storage: real estate and business. Self storage, when it comes to real estate, is good in good times and great in bad times. The four D's why self storage is a needed service: death, downsizing, divorce, and dislocation. Why self storage as a business is a very good asset. How self storage is recession-resistant. Sergio talks about the markets that they are in and their unit count. Why are they focusing more on family offices instead of large institutional investors? Tweetables:“It's about being disciplined and being disciplined in terms of having a strategy, having a game plan, and responding to what the economy and the markets are doing, as opposed to what you think they're going to do.” – Sergio Altomare“If you're disciplined in what you do, and how you evaluate things, then then you can be fine.” – Sergio Altomare“It (self storage) is actually a bigger business than it is real estate.” – Sergio Altomare“[Real estate] is a marathon, never a sprint.” – Tejas GosaiLinks Mentioned:Heathfire Capital websiteSergio Altomare on LinkedInWho Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goals Through Accelerating Teamwork Kindle Edition by Dan SullivanAbout Sergio AltomareAfter transitioning into real estate as a side business in 2012, Sergio partnered with his wife Corinn to start Hearthfire Holdings, a boutique real estate investment and property management company. In just eight short years, Hearthfire Holdings has built a portfolio of more than $50M in assets under management and syndicated over $12M in assets, returning more than $2M in profit and 25 percent IRR to investors. Property types have spanned small multi-family, commercial, retail, and self-storage properties. Sergio has also flipped houses and rehabbed properties and multi-family developments.Sergio began his career in 1994 working in the U.S. Federal Reserve System (FRS). During his 22+ years there, he worked his way up the corporate ladder in all facets of technology, including network engineering, information security, project management and architecture, and strategy. Sergio has worked on projects and implemented systems across the banking and financial industries, with budgets of more than $100M. Notable projects include implementing secure email, mobile strategy for the division of Banking Supervision and Regulation and enterprise collaboration for the entire Federal Reserve System. In 2015, Sergio was promoted to officer in charge of technology strategy for the Treasury Services Division of the FRS. He developed a strategy to consolidate enterprise storage and enhance treasury operations and support. His experience, IT skills, and ability to navigate the corporate ladder have given Sergio the foundation to build a real estate business and scale it through strong systems, processes, and data analytics.------------------------------------Please subscribe to the Real Estate Investor MBA Podcast on the following platforms: iTunesSpotifyStitcheriHeart RadioTuneINGoogle PodcastThis episode is brought to you by the Lehigh Valley Private Equity Fund, a Regulation D, evergreen, private equity fund providing Accredited Investors an 8% annual preferred return and an overall annualized target return of 12 - 18%, through diversification in lending and acquisitions in the Lehigh Valley real estate market. To learn more book a no-commitment call with the fund manager here: https://www.lehighvalleyprivateequityfund.com/virtual-meeting If you like what we are doing and see that we are providing a lot of value, please be sure to leave us a 5-star review and positive comment. Doing so helps us continue attracting the highest quality type of guests to interview and for you to listen to.Check us out at our new website at: https://www.rei.mba/Follow us on Social Media:✔️ YouTube✔️ Facebook✔️ LinkedIn✔️ Instagram✔️ Twitter

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 261 – A Functional Approach to Bodywork with Leigh Ankrum

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 29:56


For more than 30 years, Leigh Ankrum continues to say yes. After decades of training around the world, she has brought together multiple modalities into one comprehensive, paradigm-shifting program.  In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren speak with Leigh Ankrum, founder, and director of the Ankrum Institute, about functional bodywork and how it differs from a normal bodywork session, her approach to health intake, and why massage therapy education should be broader and more holistic. Ankrum Institute's founder and director, Leigh Ankrum, is a Functional Bodywork practitioner with 34 years of experience in teaching and private practice. After decades of training around the world, she has brought together multiple modalities into one comprehensive, paradigm-shifting program that takes students through every system of the body in just over two years. Her knowledge of anatomy and physiology is deepened by her holistic understanding of the body's organizing principles.    Resources:   Ankrum Institute: https://www.ankruminstitute.com/   Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at ce@abmp.com.   Sponsors:   Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com    Fascia Research Society: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org   Elements Massage: http://www.elementsmassage.com/abmp   Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com             Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                       Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA     Founded by a massage therapist for massage therapists, the Elements Massage® brand is a network of independently owned and operated studios dedicated to changing lives–including yours!  The Elements Massage brand believes massage therapists deserve a supportive team, business and marketing resources, and the chance to learn as much as they want, so many Elements Massage studios offer and reimburse continuing education on an ongoing basis. It's no surprise Elements Massage therapist and client satisfaction leads the industry. That's because from day one, the brand has kept an unmatched commitment to deliver the best therapeutic massage experiences possible for both clients and massage therapists. Elements Massage studios expects the best. So should you. If this sounds like a fit, reach out. Studios are hiring!  Visit ElementsMassage.com/ABMP for more information.   Website: https://elementsmassage.com/ABMP   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elementsmassage   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elementsmassage   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXLHkAYMgmA6_MJ8DSEZm-A   Disclaimer: Each Elements Massage® studio is independently owned and operated. Franchise owners (or their designated hiring managers) are solely responsible for all employment and personnel decisions and matters regarding their independently owned and operated studios, including hiring, direction, training, supervision, discipline, discharge, compensation (e.g., wage practices and tax withholding and reporting requirements), and termination of employment. Elements Therapeutic Massage, LLC (ETM) is not involved in, and is not responsible for, employment and personnel matters and decisions made by any franchise owner. All individuals hired by franchise owners' studios are their employees, not those of ETM. Benefits vary by independently owned and operated Elements Massage® studios. Elements Massage® and Elements Massage + design are registered trademarks owned by ETM.   Fascia Research Society (FRS) was established as a membership organization to facilitate, encourage, and support the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians, in order to further our understanding of the properties and functions of fascia. Every three years, FRS hosts the International Fascia Research Congress (IFRC). Beginning in 2007 with the first IFRC, and triennially since, the IFRC has been the premier fascia congress in the world. No other fascia congress brings together the very latest in fascial discovery and the diversity of the leaders in fascia. Registration closes August 31, 2022 – don't miss out! For more information on FRC, or to register for the 2022 IFRC please visit us at www.fasciaresearchsociety.org Questions about either FRS or IFRC? Email us at info@fasciareserchsociety.org  

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Ep. 21:(Bonus) Case Discussion

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 38:56


In this bonus episode we listen in on a meeting between Dr. Spina and FRS instructors John Quint and Dewey Nielsen as they discuss a variety of topics surrounding two cases of Jiu Jitsu athletes with very different backgrounds.  Topics covered in the conversation include the cultivation of absolute strength in non-absolute strength sport athletes; how to prioritize training goals using the FRS Internal Strength Model; the “Training Delusion”; dosing of Internal vs. External training; injury management programming, and many more. Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice and it is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information or to seek out an FRS provider in your area, please visit our website.    

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 259 – Facts, Myths, and Understanding CBD with Liz Aigner

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 30:01


CBD is being incorporated into more and more massage practices, but breaking cannabinoid stigmas can be challenging. In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren speak with Liz Aigner, director of education for Color Up, about the myths vs. facts surrounding CBD, understanding the difference between full spectrum and pure CBD, resources for educating clients, and what to do if you plan on retailing CBD in your practice. Liz is also a licensed massage therapist and esthetician who specializes in traditional Chinese fire cupping, sound healing, and professional CBD education. Her private practice, GLOW Massage Denver, is located within the Color Up Wellness Center based in Denver, Colorado.   Resources:   Color Up Cannabis Master Program Education Special: $77 off your program purchase - use code SUMMER77 Wholesale Accounts: www.colorupco.com/account/ Sales Info: marrana@colorupco.com Education Info: liz@colorupco.com IG: @glowlizmassage  @colorupcbd    Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. 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Interior Integration for Catholics
I Am a Rock: How Trauma Hardens us Against Being Loved

Interior Integration for Catholics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 75:49


  Summary:  Real love (agape) is given freely -- but it is not received freely in our fallen human condition.  Join me in this episode as we discuss the costs of opening our hearts to loveand the price of being loved fully, of being loved completely, in all of our parts.  We review why so many people refuse to be loved -- and we examine the psychological and human formation reasons for turning away from love.  Finally we discuss what we can do to get over our natural-level impediments to receiving love.   Lead-in  I am a rock I am an island I've built wallsA fortress deep and mightyThat none may penetrateI have no need of friendship -- friendship causes painIt's laughter and it's loving I disdainI am a rock I am an island I am a rock -- Paul Simon wrote it in 1965 and Simon and Garfunkel  Released it as a single in 1966, and it rose to #3 on the charts -- why because it resonated with people.  It was popular because it spoke out loud what many people's parts feel.   The desire to become a rock, the impulse to build the walls, to keep everyone out, to repudiate love and laughter, to not need anything or anyone.    Kate McGahan -- untitled poem   I don't need anyone, I said.Then you cameI need I need! I NEED YOU. I needed you.What did you teach me?Not to need you.NOT TO NEED. -  I don't want to be in love, anymore. I just want to be left alone. And no, I am not depressed or something. No suicide is happening here... I am fine. Trust me. Sharmajiassamwale So you want love.  But you also don't want love.  But you want love.  But you don't.  You do.  You don't.  You're conflicted.  How do you understand this conflict within you?  Can you and I understand this push-pull, this attraction - avoidance, this Yes and No within us more clearly.  Yes we can.  And we must.  Or we will wind up always skating along the edge of love, never really entering in.  And there are consequences for that -- and no one put it more succinctly than the English poet and playwright Robert Browning, who said: “Without love, our earth is a tomb”   Intro We do want to be loved, but we don't.  Why?  Because we want the benefits of love, but we don't want the costs   The Benefits To love and be loved is to feel the sun from both sides.  David Viscott  If you don't have that memory of being loved, you are condemned to search the world for something to fill you up. -- Michael Jackson The costs.  Real love is given freely, but it is not received freely in this fallen world.   Almost no one talks about the costs of being loved.  I find that so strange.  People don't think this way.  There are costs to receiving love, to accepting love, to allowing love in to our hearts.   It's painful to be loved in this fallen world.  this is not well understood by many people, especially those who are not in touch with trauma, or who haven't suffered as much as others Bernard Brady's 2003 book "Christian Love: How Christians Through the Ages have Understood Love  Second sentence of the book, in the preface:  "Loving seems entirely natural and being loved seems wonderfully good." Not to many people RCC member -- so glad you can discuss tolerating being loved.     Real love -- Agape -- burns away things that are sinful within us -- it doesn't coexist with the vice within us. Bernard Brady: Christian Love, p. 16:  "…love transforms those who love and those who are loved."   Every true love and friendship is a story of unexpected transformation. If we are the same person before and after we loved, that means we haven't loved enough.”   ― Elif Shafak, The Forty Rules of Love Change is scary “Taking a new step, uttering a new word, is what people fear most.”― Fyodor Dostoevsky, Crime and Punishment    Real love also purifies us from anything that is not morally wrote, but that is disordered or dysfunctional or imperfect Real love is the greatest good.  And because it's the greatest good, it requires us to give up lesser goods.  Perceived good and actual goods.   Coping strategies, crutches that helped us in the past Analogy of the safe -- limited room, silver and gold.  Vulnerability I will lose what I have I will lose to possibility of being loved in the future I don't want to find out I am unlovable.  I can't bear that.    Because for love to be real, for love to be agape means me allowing you to love all of me.  All my parts.  My entire being Not just the acceptable parts of me in the shop window, those that I allow others to see.   The greatness of the adventure of loving can be intimidating Love, in some sense, is nothing other than an invitation to great joy and suffering, so they shy away from it.  Paul Catalanotto Refusal to love is also refusal to live  The Catholic Weekly  Dietrich von Hildrebrand those who "wish to linger with small joys in the state of harmless happiness … in which they feel themselves to be master of the situation … lacking any element of surprise or adventure.   Let's go on this adventure of being loved and loving together.  I want you to come with me into the themes of this podcast.  I want you to really engage with what I'm presenting to you.  Not just listen like the Athenians listened to Paul about the resurrection of the dead.  Acts 17:32: Now when they heard of the resurrection of the dead, some mocked; but others said, “We will hear you again about this.”  But they weren't really that interested.  Only a few of the Athenians joined him.  Stay with me in this Episode 96 of Interior Integration for Catholics, released on August 1, 2022, and titled "I Am a Rock: How Trauma Hardens us Against Being Loved" I am Dr. Peter Malinoski, clinical psychologist, passionate Catholic and I am very pleased that we can share and engage with this information. Why do I think being loved is so important?   First because receiving love is absolutely essential.  It is our starting point in the spiritual life.  And second, because most people will not realxly allow themselves to be loved. Psychiatrist and Harvard Professor George Valliant wrote:  It's very hard, for most of us to tolerate being loved.-- That's been my experience as well.  The vast majority of people have chosen to severely limit how much love they will let in, how much love they will tolerate.   You can't love unless you are willing to be loved.   1 John 4:19:  We love because he first loved us  Look at the order here.  God loved us first.  We can't generate any love on our own.  We can reflect love, we can channel love, but we can't create love out of nothing like God can.  We have to cooperate in love and be open to love in order to love, in order to follow the two great commandments.   That is what this Interior Integration for Catholics podcast is all about -- it's about preparing the way for you to have a much deeper, richer and much more intimate relationship with God in the three Person of the Trinity -- Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and with the Blessed Virgin Mary our Mother.  A deep, personal relationship with God and Mary.  That's what  I want from you.  And if you won't tolerate taking in real love, if you deprive yourself of real love, you are going to wind up in a de facto hell on earth.  The most miserable people on earth are the loveless people -- loveless not because no one will love them -- but loveless because they actively or passively reject love.  And so many people do that.   And there are spiritual consequences to cutting ourselves off from real love.  Our heart become small, they become hard, they become closed, they become fearful, they fester in wounds.  And if we persist in refusing to be loved and to love, there is no other place for us to be in the afterlife than in hell.  That's what I think hell is -- a place for those who have refused love.  That's how serious all of this is.  Eternal consequences of the highest order.    Hallmark Movie Love What so many of our parts really want is what I call Hallmark movie love -- in Latin, this is rendered "Lovus Hallmarkius"  Hallmark love.  Yes, I've given it a ridiculous translation, but that because Hallmark love is not only a ridiculous concept, it's a dangerous one.  I mean it.  Really Dr. Peter -- all those sweet, feel-good Christmas movies?  What are you some kind of grinch, to criticize Hallmark movies?  I mean really, come on.. That's a bit much.  Hear me out, hear me out.   What is Hallmark love -- love is always just around the corner, painless, fun.  They are delightful.  Love is so gratifying and enjoyable, love takes away suffering. Clean and tidy.   It's a myth.  The Hallmark company is selling illusions.  Their movie production arm is peddling falsehoods about love to an audience who wants what they are offering to be true.  But it isn't.   Kristine Brown captured this theme in her online article Living in a Hallmark Movie  December 11, 2015  I want to live in a Hallmark movie.  I want to walk down the cobblestone Main Street into the corner coffee shop where everyone greets you with a smile and a Merry Christmas. I want to move to a new town where you immediately become acquainted with everyone and your child makes instant friends at school and there's always time to bake Christmas cookies and decorate trees and drink hot cocoa with peppermint sticks. I want to live in a Hallmark movie. I want to walk my child to school holding hands and have him tell me how much he loves me and what a great mom I am. I want to live where kids don't make bad choices and parents don't make mistakes. Where the toughest decision is whether to stay in the small town where you grew up or chase after a promising dream in the big city. Where things always just work out. And the movie always ends with a kiss from your true love and snow. Always snow. But life isn't a Hallmark movie, not even close. Example of the life of Christ -- the greatest lover ever, who died in making the greatest act of love ever, and it was nothing like a Hallmark movie.  We assume that we want love -- and we do.  Or parts of us do Made for love and in love -- That's a beautiful line in the Litanies of the Heart, written by Dr. Gerry for Souls and Hearts -- "Lord Jesus, you created me in love, for love."   Colossians 3:14  And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony.   Discussion of Parts Reference Episode 71: A New and Better Way of Understanding Myself and Others   Definition of Parts:  Separate, independently operating personalities within us, each with own unique prominent needs, roles in our lives, emotions, body sensations, guiding beliefs and assumptions, typical thoughts, intentions, desires, attitudes, impulses, interpersonal style, and world view.  Each part also has an image of God and a whole religion developed around its understanding of God, self, and the relationship between God and self.   Parts have different roles within the self system.  Narrow slice of experience, very limited vision.   Some parts don't care about being loved.  They are focused on never being hurt like that again.  They are focused on protection from harm, defending the self system against threats from others, very protective.  IIC 89:  Your Trauma, Your Body: Protection vs. Connection Conflict “I wished I didn't need an ocean of space to feel comfortable. I still wanted to be loved. Yet again I felt like two people: one who desperately needed a hug, and one who would break apart at the slightest touch. How could I get people to keep their distance without leaving completely? How long would it take for them to get tired of the way I flinched and evaded?” ― Ruby Walker, Advice I Ignored: Stories and Wisdom from a Formerly Depressed Teenager   Using a metaphor to describe how trauma hardens us against being loved  Overview Roots = unresolved trauma  Single trunk -- shame  Five Main stems -- acronym CRIES -- as in cries for help.    C R I E S -- Each of these main stems is driven by shame in the trunk, shame that results from the unresolved trauma in the roots.   Cognitions Relationships Identity Emotions Spirituality Each main stem has branches -- branches that cross and interweave in this big bush  And the branches have fruits.   Roots -- Unresolved trauma This includes the original trauma, original sin.   Underground, not seen --  Check out Episodes 88 and 89 -- a lot about the nature of trauma in those episodes  Primary effect of unresolved trauma is shame.   Single Trunk -- Shame Discussed shame at great length in Episodes 37 to 49 of this podcast.  Definitions of shame in episode 37:  Shame is:  a primary emotion, a bodily reaction, a signal,  a judgement, and an action.   I encourage you to go through those episodes again -- really get a grip on shame, because understanding shame is the key to understanding almost all psychological dysfunction, and understanding shame is the key to really comprehending why you have difficulties with your human formation.  Can't stress that enough.   Shame -- the central role of shame. Issue of survival.  Life and death.  Deep assumptions that my shame is so bad that it will kill me.  Our protector parts assume they have a need to defend against our exiled parts that have burdens of shame -- protectors believe they have to keep the shame out of awareness, keep it buried, distant.  They don't know that we can work with shame and the parts that carry the shame in collaborative, cooperative, constructive ways.  Our protector parts don't know that shame can be resolved -- the burden of shame can be lifted and there can be healing.   “When you're a child trapped in a situation of physical or psychological deprivation, you learn shame as an efficient, elegant mechanism of survival: shame simultaneously shields you from the reality that danger is out of your control (since the problem is not that you're unloved and deprived; it's that you're Bad) and prevents you from doing or saying anything challenging that might provoke a threat.” ― Kai Cheng Thom, I Hope We Choose Love: A Trans Girl's Notes from the End of the World Go back and really get the shame piece of this.   Main Stems off the trunk:  Cognitions, Relationships, Identity, Emotions, Spirituality -- Acronym CRIES  Emotions  Stem:  Five aspects Grief, Anger, Fear, Flooding, Shutdown  -- GAFFS -- so many of these emotions are generated by the shame that results from unresolved trauma Love is affective -- Bernard Brady -- discussed this at length in episode 94  Love is a movement from your heart, your soul -- a movement from the innermost depths of your being.  From your core self.  So the emotions are intimately involved with love   Grief  Emotional reaction to deep sense of loss.   Sadness about what you don't have that you need.   Parts want to be seen and heard and known and loved by the one who might love you.  All of you wanting to be loved.  All of you wanting to be healed.  So parts surge up, wanting to come to the surface.   Parts that carry grief have never been loved -- never been connected with in an emotional way, never been included in relationship with your innermost self or with others.  Never been seen. Anticipatory Grief -- if I allow myself to be love, I could lose that love.  The one who loves me could die.     Fear -- this is an emotion that drives so much fleeing from love.  This really is the big one.   Philophobia -- fear of love  All of us have parts that fear love.  Being loved arouses anxiety because it threatens long-standing psychological defenses formed early in life in relation to emotional pain and rejection, therefore leaving a person feeling more vulnerable.  Robert Firestone Fears of being revealed Fears of vulnerability Fears of loneliness Fear of the unknown Fears of being hurt one more time -- like Charlie Brown and Lucy and the football, winding up flat on your back again. Fears of betrayal  Fears of abandonment So much of this fear is driven by shame.   All this fear is a barrier to being loved.   “To fear love is to fear life, and those who fear life are already three parts dead.”  Betrand Russell All the bruised lives, searching hearts ... Everyone wants a love story but few will risk what it takes to live one. - Donna Lynn Hope Flooding:  Emotional overwhelm -- flooding.  Emotions become all dysregulated. Hyperarousal -- moving into fight or flight mode.  Intensity of emotions because very great. Often because old emotions from previous unresolved trauma are welling up -- parts that carry the burden of intense emotions want to be seen, heard, known and understood, they no longer want to be exiled, banished into the unconscious -- they want a voice, they want relationship they want redemptions.  Paul Simon  Don't talk of loveWell I've heard the word beforeIt's sleeping in my memoryI won't disturb the slumber of feelings that have diedIf I never loved I never would have criedI am a rock I am an island  “Our biggest challenge is that we have an overwhelming desire for an extraordinary love story but low capacity to hold space for it in our nervous system.”  ― Lebo Grand Dietrich von Hildebrand:  Fear of losing oneself in intense joys or griefs   Anger So much of this anger is driven by fear driven by shame  Our protector parts can use anger to distract from fear and grief.   Behind every angry soul is a wounded child that just wanted you to love them for who they are. Shannon L. Alder  Shutting down Avoiding inner experiences is one of Nathanson's four defensive scripts for avoiding shame.   Hypoarousal -- moving down out of the window of tolerance to the freeze mode.   Example of an electrical panel, or breaker panel v-- metal box with a door down in the basement or utility closet  with the main and the circuit breakers   Fruit: We have a very difficult time tolerating being loved when we are not in our window of tolerance.  Fight or flight mode or freeze mode -- we move very much into self-protection, to a focus on survival, on just perpetuating our existence.   We're not open to love -- we've moved into survival mode, not seeking connection.   We're not open to God.    Fr. Jacques Philippe, Searching for and Maintaining Peace:  The more our soul is peaceful and tranquil, the more God is reflected in it, the more His grace acts through us.  On the other hand, if our soul is agitated and troubled, the grace of God is able to act only with much greater difficulty… God is a God of peace.  He does not operate except in peace, not in trouble and agitation.  We need that emotional regulation, that sense of being in our window of tolerance to be able to connect with God.  So many times fear is identified as a barrier   Fear as a result of shame drove Adam and Eve into the bushes -- hiding from God John 14:27:  Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid. Cognition Stem  Perceptions extremely sensitive to stimuli  Very vigilant -- scanning for threats in the environment   Negative self-talk I am unloved  I am unlovable  I don't deserved to be loved -- bred in families where there is conditional love -- unattainable ideals of perfection  I will be seen and I will see myself.   I might contaminate anyone who would love me with my badness.   I won't live up to the love.   Doubts fostered about goodness in the world, about the nature of others Skepticism about who actually makes the effort to love  Demanding perfection from others before trying again.  To have the chance of being loved we have to take a chance on being destroyed inside -- Jo Nesbo Pessimistic evaluation of the future No one will love me  I will be deceived, tricked and then betrayed, rejected, abandoned   Distractions Paul Simon:   I have my booksAnd my poetry to protect meI am shielded in my armor  Fruit we can dwell inwardly, on our own damage -- we can focus on our wounds.  Direct our attention to all the things that are wrong with us and pull inward -- self-absorption, ruminating and obsessing about our defects, curling up inside to protect ourselves, not letting anyone in.  So common.   Or we can reach out and embrace love anyway.  We can trust that parts of us may be seeing things inaccurately, thinking about things in ways that are distorted.   Identity Stem  Drawing from Robert Firestone's  Why Do So Many People Respond Negatively to Being Loved? article on psychalive.org  I am inadequate, unworthy of love “We accept the love we think we deserve.”– Stephen Chbosky   Being valued or seen in a positive light is confusing because it conflicts with the negative self-concept that many people form within their family.  Firestone Being loved can provoke an identity crisis  Firestone Your identity, at least for some of your parts, can be very bound up in being unloved and unloveable   Parts may not know who you are if you were loved -- such a radical change Very disconcerting to lose a sense of who I am, even if the identity is a negative one.   Comfort in the familiarity of the dysfunction I know -- so I accept and even seek out rejection and failure -- they are familiar and harmonize with my life narrative.   Deep sense of having to earn conditional love.  But that is not what love is about “Love is not concerned with a person's accomplishments, it is a response to a person's being: This is why a typical word of love is to say: I love you, because you are as you are.” ― Dietrich von Hildebrand, The Art of Living   Little or no ordered self-love -- we will be discussing ordered self love in the next episode.  One of Nathanson's four strategies to cope with shame is to attack the self.   Internal disconnects to survive the trauma -- horror of abuse  Love relationships pull for integration Love is never fragmented; it's an inseparable whole which does not delight in bits and pieces. John A. Andrews  And that integration will bring up the parts of ourselves that we have rejected as too scary, too unacceptable, too unlovable, too dangerous, too overwhelming, too much in some way to be allowed a seat at the table of our consciousness.   Takes a lot of courage to really be loved.   Ursula Wirtz, Trauma and Beyond: The Mystery of Transformation “I consider love to be the matrix for this transformation, which calls new being into existence. Love has the power to reawaken and bring to the fire what has been entombed or distorted by traumatic forces or has retreated out of defensiveness and self-protection. Without love and compassion for the fragility of human identity in the face of death and the reality of evil, the madness found in these barren spaces of the soul might not be meaningfully encountered. For the stripping away of the constricting cocoon of traumatic fixations and the untangling of what has become distorted and convoluted during painful traumatization, love is needed.”  ―  Fruit -- will we let our burdened parts define ourselves-- will we let those traumatized parts of us, and the parts that guard us from those traumatize parts be the ones to determine who we are -- with their limited vision and their narrow slice of experience -- or can we work gently with ourselves and allow ourselves to be seen through the eyes of those who do love us.   Relationship Love affirms the other, love responds to the other, love is unitive -- love is steadfast more of Bernard Brady's characteristics of Agape, of real love described in episode 94   Effects of Shame Lack of trust in others   Lack of confidence How bold one gets when one is sure of being loved. Sigmund Freud  Fear of exposure To myself  To the one who loves me   “To be deeply loved, means a willingness to cut yourself wide open, exposing your vulnerabilities... hopes, hurts, fears and flaws. Hiding behind the highlight reel of who you are, is the real you and that person is just as worthy of love. There is nothing more terrifying or fulfilling, than complete love, it's worth the risk... reach for it.”  ― Jaeda DeWalt Fear of rejection The fear of rejection makes sense: If we've had a steady diet of shame, blame, and criticism, we learned that the world is not a safe place. Something within us mobilizes to protect our tender heart from further stings and insults .The Hidden Reasons We Don't Let Love In  -- John Amodeo Ph.D., MFT   The one who loves me will hurt me. It's inevitable   Fruit in the Behaviors -- all focused around protection from the other leading to relationship sabotage Undue criticism of the other --you are not enough for me.  Withdrawal and isolation -- one of Nathanson's strategies for coping with shame. Paul Simon Hiding in my room safe within my wombI touch no one and no one touches meI am a rock I am an islandAnd a rock feels no painAnd an island never cries  Avoidance  Pursuing unavailable people I found myself in a pattern of being attracted to people who were somehow unavailable, and what I realized was that I was protecting myself because I equate the idea of connection and love with trauma and death.” ― Zachary Quinto Pushing others away Basically, love is scary when it contrasts with childhood trauma. In that situation, the beloved feels compelled to act in ways that hurt the lover: behaving in a punitive manner, distancing themselves and pushing love away.  Robert Firestone  “You push people away, Marley. You don't realise it, but you do. You close yourself off to anyone and anything that doesn't fit in your perfect little hamster ball of life. But you can't experience love only on your own terms. It doesn't work that way.”  ― Kate Lattey, Dream On Aggression -- Fueled by anger. Attacking others is one of Nathanson's four strategies of coping with shame.  Why do we attack?  We are afraid, we are struggling with shame.     “Those who love to be feared fear to be loved, and they themselves are more afraid than anyone, for whereas other men fear only them, they fear everyone.     St. Francis de Sales   Emotionally disconnecting from the relationship Out of anger. Harden my Heart -- 1982 Hit Sung by Quarterflash  … I'm gonna harden my heart, I'm gonna swallow my tears, I'm gonna turn and leave you here  Out of fear and shame   “Many freeze types unconsciously believe that people and danger are synonymous, and that safety lies in solitude. Outside of fantasy, many give up entirely on the possibility of love. The freeze response, also known as the camouflage response, often triggers the individual into hiding, isolating and eschewing human contact as much as possible. This type can be so frozen in retreat mode that it seems as if their starter button is stuck in the ‘off' position. It is usually the most profoundly abandoned child - ‘the lost child' - who is forced to ‘choose' and habituate to the freeze response… Unable to successfully employ fight, flight or fawn responses, the freeze type's defenses develop around classical dissociation.” ― Pete Walker Dietrich von Hildebrand -- shrinking away from commitment.   Difficulties receiving partial, incomplete, imperfect love -- as replacements for God's love Glazed carrots.  Side dish, not the main entrée.   Mother Angelica's Little Book of Life Lessons And Everyday Spirituality :  Allow people to love you as they must love you, not as you want them to love you. Even God does not love us as we wish Him to. Learning to love is learning to accept love as it comes   Spiritual Disconnecting from God, who is love.   Human beings must be known to be loved; but Divine beings must be loved to be known.  Blaise Pascal We to love God to know Him  And so we have to find him lovable -- and so often parts of us don't find him lovable.   Need for Faith and Hope -- Infused virtues.   To be loved but not known is comforting but superficial. To be known and not loved is our greatest fear. But to be fully known and truly loved is, well, a lot like being loved by God. It is what we need more than anything. It liberates us from pretense, humbles us out of our self-righteousness, and fortifies us for any difficulty life can throw at us. Timothy Keller everyone wants perfect love... no one wants to be a perfect lover... - Author: Brijesh Singh   Being loved by God is often even more difficult I John 4:8  "…God is love."  Issues around God images (IIC 23-29)  God is not as tangible, immediate  Transferences to God  Projections onto God.   Edward Vacek:  Love, Human and Divine: The Heart of Christian Ethics.  The sequence in loving and being loved.    (1) God affirms us; (2) God receives a; (3) we accept God's love; (4) we affirm God; (5) God forms community with us; (6) we cooperate with God in loving God in the world; and finally (7) we grow in a limited code responsibility with God. p.. 177 Problems with the sequence -- not tolerating enough contact with God  to be affirmed, to understand him in a totally different way.   1 John 4:19:  We love because he first loved us   Active vs. passive refusal to be loved.   Active refusals to be loved are more obvious Passive refusals to be loved are more common.   Five attachment tasks Felt sense of safety and protection -- have to go through the valley of shame, fear, anger, grief  Feeling seen, heard, known and understood -- have to tolerating being in relationship, being present.   Feeling comforted, soothed and reassured  Feeling cherished, treasured, delighted in   “If your parents' faces never lit up when they looked at you, it's hard to know what it feels like to be loved and cherished. If you come from an incomprehensible world filled with secrecy and fear, it's almost impossible to find the words to express what you have endured. If you grew up unwanted and ignored, it is a major challenge to develop a visceral sense of agency and self-worth.” ― Bessel A. van der Kolk, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma Feeling the other has your best interests at heart Love heals The more healthy relationships a child has, the more likely he will be to recover from trauma and thrive. Relationships are the agents of change and the most powerful therapy is human love. — Bruce D. Perry  “Love alone brings a human being to full awareness of personal existence. For it is in love alone that man finds room enough to be what he is.” ― Dietrich von Hildebrand, Man, Woman, and the Meaning of Love   “Trauma ruptures and hollows. Compassion mends and fills; love heals.” ― Na'ama Yehud There you have it from a trauma researcher, a philosopher, and a writer --  Example of Sr. Josephine Bakhita Born about 1869 in the village of Olgossa in the Darfur region of Sudan. She was a member of the Daju people  Uncle was a tribal chief, well-to-do family  At age 8, kidnapped by slave traders, forcerd to walk barefoot 600 miles to a slave market  Over the next 12 years, bought and sold many times, at least 12 times  Trauma of the abduction -- Forgot her given name in captivity -- consider that - - a loss of identity   Owners varied in their treatment of her.  Some were sadists  Family of  Turkish general Josephine wrote that as soon as one wound would heal, they would inflict another.  another woman drew patterns on her skin with flour, then cut into her flesh with a blade. She rubbed the wounds with salt to make the scars permanent. She would suffer a total of 114 scars from this abuse. A total of 114 intricate patterns were cut into her breasts, belly and into her right arm   I am definitively loved and whatever happens to me --  I am awaited by this Love.  Action Plan You gotta pray   Point is to focus on developing the relationship with the Persons of the Trinity and with Mary -- as a little child, a little son or daughter.   Litanies of the Heart - the Litany of the Closed Heart the litany of the fearful heart, the litany of the wounded heart.  Soulsandhearts.com/lit Books Intimacy in Prayer -- Personal Prayer:  A Guide for Receiving the Father's Love -- by Frs. Thomas Acklin and Boniface Hicks.  Fr. Jacques Philippe -- Time for God -- excellent guide for learning pray from a more relational perspective.  I also like Fr. Jacques Philippe's book The way of Trust and Confidence  Fr. Thomas Dubay -- Fire Within -- more of a Carmelite approach.  If you haven't been to confession recently, go.  If you feel like you can't go, I want to hear about it.   Calling all Catholic therapists and -- Interior Therapist Community is starting our fall groups.   80 therapists and graduate students in mental health fields in community -- each of us working on our own human formation, but not in isolation.  New Foundations experiential groups are forming -- and we have advanced groups.   2022 Webinar Series: Of Beams and Specks: Therapist-Focused Consultation - Peter Malinoski  $30 Soulsandhearts.com/itc -- call me at 317.567.9594 or email at crisis@soulsandhearts.com  Weekly reflection -- related to this podcast, delivered to your inbox every Wednesday --  We do get around to archiving them in the blog section of our website -- soulsandhearts.com/blog Conversation hours -- every Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM Eastern Time call me at 317.567.9594 or email at crisis@soulsandhearts.com.  If I don't pick up, I'm on another call leave a voicemail.   Patroness and Patron.

StoryConnect the Podcast
Amplifying Your Community Relations, With Kurt Gruendling

StoryConnect the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 9:44


Kurt Gruendling, the chair of the Foundation for Rural Services, discusses what programs are available from FRS and how to leverage those for maximum public relations value.

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 256 – Facial Massage for Happy, Healthy Skin with Abigail James

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 29:45


Facial massage has a relaxing and rejuvenating effect, helping us look and feel better. In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren speak with author, esthetician, and facial massage expert Abigail James about her go-to facial massage techniques, the benefits of cold-water therapy on the skin, incorporating Gua Sha into your practice, and her thoughts on massage therapists becoming estheticians. Abigail James is an award-winning skincare and well-being expert who has established herself world-wide as one of the most respected expert facialists within the health and beauty industry. She consults regularly with top lifestyle, skincare, and well-being brands. For more information about Abigail, visit www.abigailjames.com.   Resources:   The Glow Plan: Face Massage for Happy, Healthy Skin in 4 Weeks: https://www.abigailjames.com/book   The Beauty Breakfast Blog: https://www.abigailjames.com/blog/   The Face Trainer Academy: https://www.abigailjames.com/face-trainer-academy   Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at ce@abmp.com.   Sponsors:   Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com    Fascia Research Society: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org   Elements Massage: http://www.elementsmassage.com/abmp   Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com             Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                       Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA     Founded by a massage therapist for massage therapists, the Elements Massage® brand is a network of independently owned and operated studios dedicated to changing lives--including yours!  The Elements Massage brand believes massage therapists deserve a supportive team, business and marketing resources, and the chance to learn as much as they want, so many Elements Massage studios offer and reimburse continuing education on an ongoing basis. It's no surprise Elements Massage therapist and client satisfaction leads the industry. That's because from day one, the brand has kept an unmatched commitment to deliver the best therapeutic massage experiences possible for both clients and massage therapists. Elements Massage studios expects the best. So should you. If this sounds like a fit, reach out. Studios are hiring!    Website: www.elementsmassage.com/abmp   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elementsmassage   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elementsmassage   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXLHkAYMgmA6_MJ8DSEZm-A   Disclaimer: Each Elements Massage® studio is independently owned and operated. Franchise owners (or their designated hiring managers) are solely responsible for all employment and personnel decisions and matters regarding their independently owned and operated studios, including hiring, direction, training, supervision, discipline, discharge, compensation (e.g., wage practices and tax withholding and reporting requirements), and termination of employment. Elements Therapeutic Massage, LLC (ETM) is not involved in, and is not responsible for, employment and personnel matters and decisions made by any franchise owner. All individuals hired by franchise owners' studios are their employees, not those of ETM. Benefits vary by independently owned and operated Elements Massage® studios. Elements Massage® and Elements Massage + design are registered trademarks owned by ETM.   Fascia Research Society (FRS) was established as a membership organization to facilitate, encourage, and support the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians, in order to further our understanding of the properties and functions of fascia. Every three years, FRS hosts the International Fascia Research Congress (IFRC). Beginning in 2007 with the first IFRC, and triennially since, the IFRC has been the premier fascia congress in the world. No other fascia congress brings together the very latest in fascial discovery and the diversity of the leaders in fascia. Registration closes August 31, 2022 – don't miss out! For more information on FRS, or to register for the 2022 IFRC please visit us at www.fasciaresearchsociety.org Questions about either FRS or IFRC? Email us at info@fasciareserchsociety.org    

control yourself with dr andreo spina
Ep 20: The Volume Problem

control yourself with dr andreo spina

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 107:09


Volume has largely been viewed as an endlessly positive quality to pursue in current strength and conditioning protocols. However, “more” doesn't alway equal “better”.  In this episode, Dr. Spina sits down with FRS Instructors John Quint and Dr. Michael Chivers to discuss programming and volume issues in training. What are the downsides of pursuing volume? Moreover, what is missing from standard-model training programs? Topics include: What is strength? How to elicit specific endocrine responses towards building this strength. Training inputs and how they can be defined and categorized. Programming and the importance of intensity. Blind-spots in current approaches to clinical rehabilitation.  Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice and it is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information or to seek out an FRS provider in your area, please visit our website.

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 254 – Seeing the Human Body with Judith Aston

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 29:59


Judith Aston is widely recognized as a pioneer in the art and science of kinetics for her discovery of the Aston® Paradigm and consequent development of the many forms of movement training, bodyworks, fitness programs and ergonomics of Aston® Kinetics. In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren discuss Judith's ability to see the body, her early career teaching movement and physical education, and when she had her eureka moment with body symmetry. Judith Aston-Linderoth is widely recognized as a pioneer in the art and science of kinetics for her discovery of the Aston® paradigm and consequent development of Aston® Kinetics. Aston Kinetics is an educational system of movement, bodywork, fitness, and ergonomics that aims to treat each person's body as unique and customizes the work to match. Rather than enforcing physical symmetry, Aston Kinetics seeks to recognize which asymmetries are natural to a person's body and how to maximize their use when needed. Early in her career, from 1963 to 1972, Aston taught movement, physical education, and dance for performing artists and athletes at Long Beach Community College. In 1968, at the request of Dr. Ida Rolf, she developed the movement education program for Rolfing SI and taught this program for nearly a decade. Aston is an author, inventor of an array of ergonomic products, and creator of movement and bodywork programs. She continues to teach Aston Kinetics training and certification courses.   Resources:   Aston Kinetics: www.astonkinetics.com   Aston Postural Assessment: https://www.astonkinetics.com/books-and-dvds/aston-postural-assessment-2nd-ed   Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at ce@abmp.com.   Sponsors:   Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com    Fascia Research Society: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org   Elements Massage: http://www.elementsmassage.com/abmp     Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com             Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                       Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA     Founded by a massage therapist for massage therapists, the Elements Massage® brand is a network of independently owned and operated studios dedicated to changing lives--including yours!  The Elements Massage brand believes massage therapists deserve a supportive team, business and marketing resources, and the chance to learn as much as they want, so many Elements Massage studios offer and reimburse continuing education on an ongoing basis. It's no surprise Elements Massage therapist and client satisfaction leads the industry. That's because from day one, the brand has kept an unmatched commitment to deliver the best therapeutic massage experiences possible for both clients and massage therapists. Elements Massage studios expects the best. So should you. If this sounds like a fit, reach out. Studios are hiring!  Visit ElementsMassage.com/ABMP for more information.   Website: https://elementsmassage.com/ABMP   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elementsmassage   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elementsmassage   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXLHkAYMgmA6_MJ8DSEZm-A   Disclaimer: Each Elements Massage® studio is independently owned and operated. Franchise owners (or their designated hiring managers) are solely responsible for all employment and personnel decisions and matters regarding their independently owned and operated studios, including hiring, direction, training, supervision, discipline, discharge, compensation (e.g., wage practices and tax withholding and reporting requirements), and termination of employment. Elements Therapeutic Massage, LLC (ETM) is not involved in, and is not responsible for, employment and personnel matters and decisions made by any franchise owner. All individuals hired by franchise owners' studios are their employees, not those of ETM. Benefits vary by independently owned and operated Elements Massage® studios. Elements Massage® and Elements Massage + design are registered trademarks owned by ETM.   Fascia Research Society (FRS) was established as a membership organization to facilitate, encourage, and support the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians, in order to further our understanding of the properties and functions of fascia. Every three years, FRS hosts the International Fascia Research Congress (IFRC). Beginning in 2007 with the first IFRC, and triennially since, the IFRC has been the premiere fascia congress in the world. No other fascia congress brings together the very latest in fascial discovery and the diversity of the leaders in fascia. Registration closes August 31, 2022 – don't miss out! For more information on FRC, or to register for the 2022 IFRC please visit us at www.fasciaresearchsociety.org Questions about either FRS or IFRC? Email us at info@fasciareserchsociety.org  

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 251 – The Hidden Modality with Felicia Brown

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 28:53


Massage therapists practice with more than 350 methods and modalities. Is marketing yourself and your practice one of them? In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren speak author and massage therapist Felicia Brown about how cooperative competition helped her succeed, why demand influenced her decision to grow, what every touch marketing means, and how being a successful massage therapist is 10% technique and 90% confidence. Felicia Brown, LMBT is the president of Spalutions, a firm which provides business and marketing coaching and consulting for massage, spa and wellness professionals. Felicia is a Certified Guerrilla Marketing Coach and NCBTMB/FL/GA Approved Continuing Education Provider. She also serves as an Industry Expert for legal cases related to the massage and spa industries. Felicia has owned and operated several spas, most recently the award-winning A to Zen Massage, in Greensboro, NC. As one who loves to inspire, educate and empower others, Felicia hosts Opening the Gate podcast. She previously produced and hosted the Pre-Conference Broadcast Series on One Concept Radio, interviewing massage, chiropractic and wellness educators. The practice of “cooperative competition” and helping others in the industry succeed has been a cornerstone of Felicia's career since she became a massage therapist in 1994. She continues to apply this way of thinking in her coaching, writing and teaching.   Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at ce@abmp.com.   Sponsors:   Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com    Fascia Research Society: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org   Elements Massage: http://www.elementsmassage.com/abmp   Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com             Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                       Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA     Founded by a massage therapist for massage therapists, the Elements Massage® brand is a network of independently owned and operated studios dedicated to changing lives--including yours!  The Elements Massage brand believes massage therapists deserve a supportive team, business and marketing resources, and the chance to learn as much as they want, so many Elements Massage studios offer and reimburse continuing education on an ongoing basis. It's no surprise Elements Massage therapist and client satisfaction leads the industry. That's because from day one, the brand has kept an unmatched commitment to deliver the best therapeutic massage experiences possible for both clients and massage therapists. Elements Massage studios expects the best. So should you. If this sounds like a fit, reach out. Studios are hiring!  Visit ElementsMassage.com/ABMP for more information.   Website: https://elementsmassage.com/ABMP   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elementsmassage   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elementsmassage   Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXLHkAYMgmA6_MJ8DSEZm-A Disclaimer: Each Elements Massage® studio is independently owned and operated. Franchise owners (or their designated hiring managers) are solely responsible for all employment and personnel decisions and matters regarding their independently owned and operated studios, including hiring, direction, training, supervision, discipline, discharge, compensation (e.g., wage practices and tax withholding and reporting requirements), and termination of employment. Elements Therapeutic Massage, LLC (ETM) is not involved in, and is not responsible for, employment and personnel matters and decisions made by any franchise owner. All individuals hired by franchise owners' studios are their employees, not those of ETM. Benefits vary by independently owned and operated Elements Massage® studios. Elements Massage® and Elements Massage + design are registered trademarks owned by ETM.           Fascia Research Society (FRS) was established as a membership organization to facilitate, encourage, and support the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians, in order to further our understanding of the properties and functions of fascia. Every three years, FRS hosts the International Fascia Research Congress (IFRC). Beginning in 2007 with the first IFRC, and triennially since, the IFRC has been the premiere fascia congress in the world. No other fascia congress brings together the very latest in fascial discovery and the diversity of the leaders in fascia. Registration closes August 31, 2022 – don't miss out! For more information on FRC, or to register for the 2022 IFRC please visit us at www.fasciaresearchsociety.org Questions about either FRS or IFRC? Email us at info@fasciareserchsociety.org  

control yourself with dr andreo spina
Episode 19: Load Management and Injury Prevention

control yourself with dr andreo spina

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 41:24


LOAD > CAPACITY = INJURY. Using this simple equation as a starting point, Dr. Spina explores the idea of Load Management in professional athletics. Specifically, he discusses how a shift in focus to tissue specific training can hedge an athlete's tissue capacity against the increasing loading demands that occur over their career.  Topics covered include injury mitigation and management, the physiology of tissue healing, cellular communication and force signalling, loading ‘vacations' in professional sport, and more. Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice and it is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information or to seek out an FRS provider in your area, please visit our website.

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 249 – Fascia: Use It or Lose It with David Lesondak

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 35:45


David Lesondak's personal need to understand why things work, and why sometimes they don't, drives his continuing search for the latest scientific knowledge and innovative approaches. In this episode of The ABMP Podcast, Kristin and Darren speak with David about being a fascial fitness trainer, how to bring a fascial awareness to our movement, and how presenting his new book, Fascia, Function, and Medical Applications, to a medical audience was so important. David Lesondak, BCSI, ATSI, FST, VMT, FFT, IAHE, is a member of the Allied Health Professional Staff in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). He is a board-certified Structural Integrator, visceral manipulator, fascial fitness trainer, and more. The success of his first book, Fascia: What it is and Why it Matters, now available in 9 languages, led to contributing a chapter to an orthopedic textbook, which resulted in his being asked to architect and edit the first-ever fascia textbook designed for the medical and health-care field: Fascia, Function, and Medical Applications. He is host of the podcast BodyTalk with David Lesondak, which has listeners in 36 countries.   Hosts:   Darren Buford is senior director of communications and editor-in-chief for ABMP. He is editor of Massage & Bodywork magazine and has worked for ABMP for 22 years, and been involved in journalism at the association, trade, and consumer levels for 24 years. He has served as board member and president of the Western Publishing Association, as well as board member for Association Media & Publishing. Contact him at editor@abmp.com. Kristin Coverly, LMT is a massage therapist, educator, and the director of professional education at ABMP. She loves creating continuing education courses, events, and resources to support massage therapists and bodyworkers as they enhance their lives and practices. Contact her at ce@abmp.com.   Sponsors:   Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com    Fascia Research Society: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org     Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.                      Website: anatomytrains.com                        Email: info@anatomytrains.com             Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                       Instagram: www.instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA           Fascia Research Society (FRS) was established as a membership organization to facilitate, encourage, and support the dialogue and collaboration between clinicians, researchers, and academicians, in order to further our understanding of the properties and functions of fascia. Every three years, FRS hosts the International Fascia Research Congress (IFRC). Beginning in 2007 with the first IFRC, and triennially since, the IFRC has been the premier fascia congress in the world. No other fascia congress brings together the very latest in fascial discovery and the diversity of the leaders in fascia. Registration closes August 31, 2022—don't miss out! For more information on FRS, or to register for the 2022 IFRC, please visit us at www.fasciaresearchsociety.org. Questions about either FRS or IFRC? Email us at info@fasciaresearchsociety.org.