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Practice You with Elena Brower
Episode 152: Jillian Pransky

Practice You with Elena Brower

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 33:19


On the impact of rest in our mind and body. The science behind supporting the nervous system. Virtual restorative yoga teacher training.  Jillian Pransky, author of Deep Listening, is an international presenter and a certified yoga therapist. Jillian is creator of Mindful Of Rest: An Online Retreat, The Art of Conscious Rest: Restorative Yoga Teacher Training, as well as Yoga Journal's Restorative 101. She teaches regularly at prominent wellness centers throughout the country such as Kripalu, Omega, Esalen, 1440, Blue Spirit. A student of Pema Chödrön's work since 1998, Jillian infuses her yoga classes with mindfulness practices, compassion, and ease. For over 25 years, she's been teaching people all over the world the principles of deep listening through restorative and slow flow yoga and mindfulness practices. Her message is simple but potent: slowing down, turning inward, and deeply listening to our body and heart is perhaps the most meaningful form of self-care work we can do. When we are more compassionate and connected with ourselves, we are able to be more compassionate and connected with others and the world around us. Jillian's seamless style of working simultaneously with the body, mind, and spirit, while attuning with nature and the environment, creates inspiring classes, community connections, and an integrative healing experience. 

From Sparks to Light - Inspiring Stories for Challenging Times

I'm happy to be back with you after a long winter break, the kind of break that gave me some time to really unwind. It's been almost seven years since I left the nonprofit world and settled into an academic calendar that creates enough space to truly step back, take a breath, and really feel what it's like to have space. Space to breath. Space to rest. Space to think.I've been thinking about intention recently. What it means to be intentional about the way we live. Being mindful of purpose. Trying to live in a kind of way that honors what really matters in our lives. The spring semester of From Sparks TO LIGHT opens with a conversation with someone who has asked himself this very same question.  Trevor Gardner is a lifelong educator who has spent the better part of his career working in the classroom dedicated to making a difference in the lives of his students. He explores what he calls “The Wisdom of the Why”, the power of educators to have a deep sense of  purpose in this work and the skill and power of communicating that to students. When we teach from that sense of purpose and we are transparent with students about our why, it builds trust and a sense of walking/working alongside students.What is the intention and purpose of our education system?  How well does it meet that purpose? One of the more challenging aspects of education is a discipline system that dehumanizes students, one that banishes them from the classroom and inadvertently fuels what's known as the school to prison pipeline.  A system that removes students from the classroom, separates them from their community and sets them on a course from which there is often no return.Recognizing the need to change the narrative, Trevor Gardner began to explore alternative ways of discipline, a practice we call Restorative Justice. Restorative justice is a theory of justice that focuses on mediation and agreement rather than punishment. Offenders must accept responsibility for harm and make restitution with victims.One that builds on the relationships created with students to extend opportunities to learn beyond the texts and lectures that happen in the classroom, a practice that restores the relationship, equilibrium and dignity to the school community. Trevor Gardner has been an educator in the Bay Area for 24 years. He has taught high school English and history and has worked at multiple levels of school leadership. He is currently the Director of Teaching and Learning at ARISE High School in East Oakland. Trevor is the author of Discipline Over Punishment: Successes and Struggles with Restorative Justice in Schools and the editor of Leading in the Belly of the Beast: School Leadership in a System Designed to Fail. To learn more about Robert Maggio, the composer of our theme music, please check out his website.To learn more about Suzanne, visit her website. To learn more about the inspiration for this podcast, please check out Suzanne's memoir, Estrellas - Moments of Illumination Along El Camino de SantiagoFollow Suzanne on Social Media Instagram @mamasuzanne Facebook @ Suzanne Maggio author Twitter @ bottomofninth

Humans and Earth
48 The Restorative Power of Endarkenment: Deborah Eden Tull

Humans and Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 44:12


Deborah Eden Tull is a Zen meditation and mindfulness teacher, author, activist, and sustainability educator. She spent seven years training as a Buddhist monk  and has been living in sustainable communities for over 25 years. She teaches engaged awareness practice, which emphasizes the connection between personal awakening and global engagement. Eden draws upon teachings from the natural world and an embodied understanding of animism. She is the author of Luminous Darkness: An Engaged Buddhist Approach to Embracing the Unknown and other books. Eden offers retreats, online courses, and consultations internationally. To learn more, go to DeborahEdenTull.com. If you're an activist or a spiritual person, do you need ‘endarkenment' as much as ‘enlightenment'? Hear Eden Tull explain in this interview why her answer is a resounding ‘yes.'In this conversation, Eden and I discuss: Why our ‘outer work' of activism or contribution needs to be supported by ‘inner work' that feeds compassion, resilience, and purpose. We are wildly creative beings who are meant to experience darkness “as the field of absolute rest and regeneration” that inspires our creativity.A ‘dark time' can be a personal experience or an experience a people or culture are going through. It can be ‘dark' as in ‘unpleasant,' or ‘dark' as in ‘mysterious, uncertain or visionary.'It's counter-cultural to embrace darkness. But darkness includes beautiful halves of our reality such as the night, sleep, rest, interiority, sadness, wisdom, crisis, and fertile soil. Ignoring darkness within and without can be a mistake because suppressing or ignoring our grief or horror at the world's suffering prevents us from acting in healing ways.Darkness can be a fertile space where we listen and discover creative solutions that are based in fierce compassion. “It's in metabolizing our grief that we're freed up to act in more constructive and creative ways.”How her book offers a structure for going into ‘dark' spaces—whether meditation, open inquiry, or grief for a planet in crisis—and letting them be fertile instead of without life. Endarkenment can be a process of transmuting pain into vision and vitality.“We need to wake up more fully to our partnership with nature”—not by seeing ourselves as separate, but “by recognizing our innate oneness with the more than human world and Gaia consciousness…when we do this, we receive guidance and information.” Thanks for listening! Kindly leave us a review so more people can discover the show.Find Humans & Earth on Instagram at @schoolhumansearth https://www.instagram.com/schoolhumansearth/ Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SchoolHumansEarth You're welcome to email your thoughts to support@humansandearth.com

This Restorative Justice Life
109. Do Mainstream Sports Uphold Restorative Values? w/ Shaun Anderson

This Restorative Justice Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 79:13 Transcription Available


Dr. Shaun M. Anderson is an award-winning Associate Professor of Organizational Communication and Advisor for the Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainability at Loyola Marymount University. He is an internationally recognized scholar that examines how sport has influenced business, politics, and society. He is also the founder of CSR Global Consulting, LLC, which assists organizations in developing and implementing their social responsibility initiatives.Support Shaun: https://www.shaunmarqanderson.com/Check out our LIVE EventsSend us feedback at media@amplifyrj.comJoin our Mighty Networks platform to connect with other people doing this work!Rep Amplify RJ Merch You can connect with Amplify RJ:Email list, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Website, Reading list, YouTube, and TikTok!SUPPORT by sharing this podcast, leaving a rating or review, or make a tax-deductible DONATION to help us sustain and grow this movementSupport the show

The 92 Report
45. Michelle Holdt, Creative Compassionate Classrooms

The 92 Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 54:43


Show Notes: The Restorative Power of Arts in Education Michelle Holdt is the founder of Arts Ed Matters, a nonprofit organization that works to promote access to arts classes in public schools. She is also the Arts and Restorative Learning Coordinator in Santa Clara County. Holdt has been working since 2010 to address the issue of access to arts classes, teaching teachers how to integrate the arts into their academic curriculum. Holdt has also developed workshops on the Art of Self Care, which includes mindfulness and restorative practices. Additionally, Holdt is certified in restorative practices, which she teaches as an alternative to discipline for restoring problems when there has been harm. In 2022, Holdt moved back to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she currently resides with her three children. Access to the Arts through Education Will Bachman and Michelle Holdt had a conversation about Michelle's journey since graduating from Harvard. Michelle created her own major in theatre, child psychology, and education while at Harvard. After graduation, she received a fellowship from the Stride Right Foundation through Phillips Brooks House to lead theatre workshops for deaf children, mentally ill adolescents, and other special needs children. Michelle then went on to teach drama for close to 20 years in Chicago, Albuquerque, and San Francisco. She realized the inequities in terms of who gets access to the arts and decided to take a leadership and advocacy role for arts education for all students in 2010.  Michelle is the founder of Arts Ed Matters, a nonprofit organization that works to promote access to arts classes in public schools. She is also the Arts and Restorative Learning Coordinator in Santa Clara County. Holdt has been working since 2010 to address the issue of access to arts classes, teaching teachers how to integrate the arts into their academic curriculum. Holdt has also developed workshops on the Art of Self Care, which includes mindfulness and restorative practices. Additionally, Holdt is certified in restorative practices, which she teaches as an alternative to discipline for restoring problems when there has been harm.  Building Community in the Classroom Michelle,  an expert in restorative practices, discussed the importance of taking time to build a community in the classroom in order to ensure that students feel safe and engaged in the curriculum. She also brought up the mental health crisis that has been exacerbated by the pandemic. This crisis is being addressed by the US Surgeon General, Dr. V.T.E. Murthy, who is pulling together an advisory and leading speeches and meditations on self-love. Restorative practices are a proactive way to build a sense of community and safety in the classroom which can help combat the mental health crisis in our youth. Michelle is also the founder of Creative Compassion, a new organization that addresses the crisis in education. She believes that people around the world are still in trauma from the pandemic, and that they need to do more social and emotional learning in order to heal.  Mindful and Compassionate Practice Michelle utilizes mindfulness and self-compassion to help her approach her day. She practices meditation for five minutes each day, which she believes has made a huge difference in her life. She also employs a strategy of self-awareness to course correct not so helpful thoughts about herself and others. Holdt has also started a project called Compassionate Clips, where people can write to her and ask for a two to three minute audio clip on a particular topic they are struggling with. She then offers them reassuring and kind words to listen to as a mindfulness meditation. Finally, Holdt lives her life by Rumi's poem, The Guesthouse, which states that we should welcome and entertain all guests, even if there are sorrows and dark thoughts. Timestamps 05:25- Interview with Michelle Holdt, Founder of Arts Ed Matters and Arts & Restorative Learning Coordinator 13:54- Visual Thinking Strategies and Tableau for Critical Thinking and Curriculum Connections 14:38- Embodied Cognition and the Benefits of Play-Based Learning 16:36- The Benefits of Integrating Arts Education in Schools 27:10- Building Classroom Community with Restorative Practices 27:16- Restorative Practices with a Creative Twist 36:06- Self-Love and Trauma in Education 36:54- Pecha Kucha Presentation: Cultivating Self-Awareness and Compassion Through Mindfulness 43:50- Creative Compassionate Strategies for Educators and Leaders 46:35- Retirement and Parenting 49:49- Reflection on Professor William Alfred: A Mentor and Friend 52:30- Exploring the Impact of Arts Education Links: Website: http://www.creativecompasssionate.com Film: Arts is the Root (Why Arts in Schools Matter) Book Radiance the Art of Self Love: https://a.co/d/huttfPZ Pecha Kucha: PechaKucha Presentation: Cultivating a Creative Heart-Centered Practice CONTACT INFO: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-holdt-51a56123/  

We Nurture - A Kimberton Waldorf School Podcast Series
Upcoming Webinar! How to Create a Restorative Daily Rhythm

We Nurture - A Kimberton Waldorf School Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 2:57


Join Chinyelu for a talk on How to Create a Restorative Daily Rhythm: The key to reducing stress in your child's day. A good rhythm is the foundation of a peaceful, low-stress home life with your children. In this webinar, you will learn the steps to creating a rhythm for your family and how to implement it each day. Learn more!Register

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast
Fear and Failure DO NOT Define You | Dr. Todd Snyder

The Fee for Service Dentist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 64:57


Dr. Snyder graduated from the UCLA School of Dentistry and the F.A.C.E. institute. He created/co-directed the first ever two-year graduate program in Aesthetic & Cosmetic Dentistry while at UCLA.   The 77th Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, a Diplomat of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry and a Fellow in the International Academy of Dental Facial Aesthetics.  He is an international author, lecturer and consultant to dental companies.  Dr Snyder owns a software company and an online dental training program www.Legion.Dentist. He hosts a weekly podcast, Delusional: Winning the Weekly War of Dentistry. Dr Snyder is also a professional race car driver and entrepreneur.  He practices Cosmetic and Restorative dentistry in both Laguna Niguel, CA and Las Vegas, NV. Sponsored by Kettenbach Dental.  Contact: (877) 532-2123 Website: www.kettenbach-dental.us Webshop: www.kettenbachusa.com   Offer for Fee For Service Podcast Members   Purchase a PreXion CBCT model and install by December 31, 2022 and Receive either a free mounting stand (if needed) or a $1,000 rebate in the form of an Amazon or Target gift card. To learn more, please visit https://www.prexion.com.   FFS Podcast Promotional Links:  ONLY $397: Dental Membership Master Course with Dr. Chris Phelps www.membershipmastercourse.com Dental Membership Direct www.dentalmembershipdirect.com Dental Financing Direct www.dentalfinancingdirect.com   About Dr. Sonny Spera Dr. Sonny Spera graduated from Union Endicott High School in 1981. With a four-year basketball scholarship he graduated from Syracuse University in 1985; majoring in Chemistry and Psychology. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was also the co-captain of the 1984-1985 Syracuse basketball team. Dr. Spera graduated from SUNY Buffalo Dental School in 1989 in the top 10% of his class. At SUNY Buffalo Dental School he was a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Society. He was also UB Graduate Assistant Basketball coach.  Dr. Spera has been in private practice since 1989 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, the Sixth District Dental Society and the Broome County Dental Society. He is also a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, the BC Dental Society and the BCDS Study Club. Away from the office, he volunteers with several community organizations, including the Elks Club, the Son's of Italy, the STNY Flyers, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. He is the founder and president of ME Hoops Inc. Dr. Spera currently resides with his wife Angela, whom he met at Syracuse University, and their three children, Marcus, Erica, and Carla. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, basketball, golf, music and movies. 607-624-2962 (Cell) Sonnyspera@gmail.com Www.progressivedentalny.com   Do you have a FFS practice? Would you like to be interviewed? Fill out the FFS Stories request form here: https://goo.gl/forms/7TaUF9Nqi49l1RFF2

This Restorative Justice Life
108. Challenging Circles, Financial Literacy, and Restorative Parenthood w/ Fred Cooper

This Restorative Justice Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 69:34 Transcription Available


Fred is one of Chicago's leading pioneers in the restorative justice movement. He is dedicated to healing wounds and restoring peace to his community using the principles of restorative justice.Support Fred & his Daughter: https://www.popular-apparel.com/Check out our LIVE EventsSend us feedback at media@amplifyrj.comJoin our Mighty Networks platform to connect with other people doing this work!Rep Amplify RJ Merch You can connect with Amplify RJ:Email list, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Website, Reading list, YouTube, and TikTok!SUPPORT by sharing this podcast, leaving a rating or review, or make a tax-deductible DONATION to help us sustain and grow this movementSupport the show

The Holistic Counseling Podcast
Episode 98 The Mental Health Benefits Of A Yin Yoga Practice: Interview with Addie deHilster

The Holistic Counseling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 35:20 Transcription Available


What is Yin Yoga? Can you integrate yoga, mindfulness, and meditation to improve your well-being?MEET Addie deHilsterAddie deHilster is a Mindfulness Meditation Teacher and C-IAYT Yoga Therapist. Her passion is teaching movement practices that "unlock" mindfulness skills, and helping students gain traction in their meditation practice so they can be more present in their lives. Yin Yoga is one of the main modalities she practices and teaches, as it is an excellent doorway into embodied meditative stillness. Now based in Vancouver, Washington (USA), she previously owned and operated a community yoga studio in Los Angeles, California for over five years. A dedicated practitioner of Buddhist Insight Meditation, she has accumulated over four months of silent retreat practice over the years. She is a graduate of the Mindfulness Mentor Training with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach, the InsightLA Mindfulness Facilitator Training, and the 2014-15 Mindfulness Yoga & Meditation Training Program at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, which is a program dedicated to weaving together the wisdom traditions of Hatha Yoga and Buddhist meditation. She has studied Yin Yoga with Bernie Clark, Paul Grilley, and Sarah Powers. Addie is the founder of the Moved to Meditate Class Library, the host of the Moved To Meditate Podcast, and she offers online Yin Yoga Teacher Trainings with a mindful, therapeutic emphasis.Find out more about Addie at Move To MeditateIN THIS PODCAST:What is Yin Yoga? 4:31How is Yin yoga different from traditional yoga? 11:58What are the mental health benefits of Yin yoga? 13:52What Is Yin Yoga?Connecting the mind with the body with embodied meditationYin vs. Yang state Integrating props into Yin yogaThe importance of finding an instructor that can adapt to each individual personHow Is Yin Yoga Different From Traditional Yoga?Preparing the body with active movementWhat is passive movement?Restorative yoga vs. Yin yogaUsing Yin yoga as a mindfulness practiceWhat Are The Mental Health Benefits Of Yin Yoga?Becoming aware of our physical, mental & emotional state through mindfulnessHow Yin yoga helps build our stress resistanceDown-regulating our nervous systemWhat is the Window of Tolerance?Connect With MeInstagram @holisticcounselingpodcastFacebookJoin the private Facebook groupSign up for my free email course: www.holisticcounselingpodcast.comRate, review, and subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Spotify, and

Wellness By Design
Regenerative Treatments for Women's Sexual Health with Susan Bratton

Wellness By Design

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 42:12


Did you know that our sexual health is related to our overall health? This show is for you if you are a woman who wants to have more sex, but needs some help to make it more loving, passionate and enjoyable. Join me and my guest, Susan Bratton, to learn more about regenerative treatments for women and sexual enhancements.  In this episode you'll learn: ⏰ 6:09 The difference between libido, desire and arousal  ⏰ 9:32 Removing the shame and opening up the conversation about our sexual health ⏰ 12:18 Hormonal differences between men and women in sexual desire and pleasure ⏰ 19:30 Libido is directly related to physical health including the gut microbiome ⏰ 21:18 The many types of orgasms women are capable of experiencing throughout life ⏰ 23:18 Restorative practices, tools and biohacking to rejuvenate sexual health ⏰ 36:48 The ONE thing you can do today to help your body heal Listen to Wellness By Design on the go with these apps: Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Subscribe, rate and review! Check out Susan Bratton's Bio: Susan Bratton, "Intimacy Expert to Millions

This Restorative Justice Life
107. Three Restorative Lessons From 2022

This Restorative Justice Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 23:12 Transcription Available


Hello everyone and happy new year from the Amplify RJ team! In this episode, David does some solo reflection on the year and shares the realms of growth that will accompany him into the new year.Check out our LIVE EventsSend us feedback at media@amplifyrj.comJoin our Mighty Networks platform to connect with other people doing this work!Rep Amplify RJ Merch You can connect with Amplify RJ:Email list, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Website, Reading list, YouTube, and TikTok!SUPPORT by sharing this podcast, leaving a rating or review, or make a tax-deductible DONATION to help us sustain and grow this movementSupport the show

Reverse Swept Radio - a cricket podcast
Reverse Swept Radio 160: ”An innings played with one eye and one leg”, the new Ben Stokes doc and cricket's restorative qualities

Reverse Swept Radio - a cricket podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 36:55


THE TEN MINUTE FORTNIGHT: Listening to the Aus SA series from an English winter, and re-learning cricket's self-control "When you're watching cricket, you can swear at the umpire as much as you like. But when you're on the pitch, you have to switch to see the umpire in a very different way." FROM THE ARCHIVES (11'00): "An innings played with one eye and one leg" - The Nawab of Pataudi's 75  "As well as having double vision from childhood, he's nursing an injury from the first test - he comes in with a runner and can't play front-foot shots." THE REVIEW (21'50): Ben Stokes: Phoenix from the Ashes (Amazon Prime, 2022)  "I don't want to labour this point (while slightly labouring this point), but you need to enter into the experience of watching a documentary like this with the understanding that a deal has been struck: access has been traded for a certain narrative." Recorded 09 January 2023

UBC News World
Rock Hill Dental Practice Offers The Best Restorative Dental Implant Solutions

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 2:43


Having a missing tooth doesn't have to be permanent. Rock Hill, SC family dentist River District Smiles Dentistry (803-590-9525) offers general, cosmetic, and emergency dental services to help restore your teeth to normal! Go to https://riverdistrictsmiles.com/dental-services/dental-implants to find out more. River District Smiles Dentistry 652 Herrons Ferry Road STE 105, Rock Hill, SC 29730, United States Website https://www.riverdistrictsmiles.com/ Phone +1-803-590-9525 Email info@riverdistrictsmiles.com

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)
Led By Love (Restorative Juvenile Justice) - Wednesday, January 4, 2023

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 60:13


Clinton Lacey & Linda Harlee Harper

The Matt Mittan Show
MMO Special: "The Restorative Power of Nature"

The Matt Mittan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 19:54


In this special episode, Matt & Michele have an open and personal conversation about loss, greiving, healing and hope. They share the impacts and importance that nature plays in their lives and they offer up some insights and observations about how nature fits into making our lives better each and every day, as individuals and as a society. It's worth taking a few minutes, in a quiet place, to join our hosts for this vulnerable and honest discussion. To hear more episodes of the "Matt & Michele Outdoors" show, visit MattMicheleOutdoors.com If you are struggling and need to talk to someone, contact the NAMI helpline by visiting https://www.nami.org/help. You don't have to go through it alone. Title Sponsors of MMO:Angler Magazine: https://coastalanglermag.com/great-smoky-mountains/Prestie Subaru: https://www.prestigesubaru.com/Sunrift Adventures: https://sunrift.com/Show Sponsor: Explore Wilkesboro, NCVisit https://www.wilkescountytourism.com/ for more information.Support the show

SCOPE: School Counselor Opportunities and Professional Engagement
Restorative and Trauma Responsive Work with Jaime Conklin

SCOPE: School Counselor Opportunities and Professional Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 48:10


Hear tips and interventions on how to introduce restorative and trauma responsive work to your administrators and staff.  

Water & Nature Sounds Meditation for Women
AD-FREE BONUS: Restorative Raindrops

Water & Nature Sounds Meditation for Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 64:42


Hey, it's Katie and I want to welcome you to this special bonus episode. It'll be here for you completely ad-free for the next week so you can get a feel of what it's like to be a PREMIUM member. If you'd like an easy ad-free experience for all of our podcasts - that's over 200 episodes each month, then JOIN PREMIUM today at https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium    

Girl Mom Podcast
Ep. 60: The Restorative Power of Rest (With Mary Lauren Burdeshaw)

Girl Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 61:51


Making time for rest helps you be more effective when you work. Rather than give 80 percent because you're tired, you can give 100 percent because you replenished your reserves. Join Kari and Mary Lauren as they talk about incorporating rest into your life routine. Ep. 60 Show Notes:o   Kari's books: Love Her Well, More Than a Mom, 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know,  Liked: Whose Approval Are You Living For?,  10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Knowo   Contact Kari:  kari@karikampakis.com, Instagram, and Facebooko   Contact Mary Lauren:  Instagram

Three Dog Yoga Podcast
Energizing, Restorative Flow ... 30 Minutes

Three Dog Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 61:16


Viparita Karani (Hips on a Block) can take on several identities...an inversion, a supported back bend, a balancing pose...and so, it can make your day better in a lot of different way. take some time to enjoy it in the context of this comprehensive vinyasa practice...you'll get everything you need to be on your way to feeling great.

Sleep Meditation for Women
Sleep Sounds: Mindful and Restorative Relaxing Sleep - 432Hz Frequency

Sleep Meditation for Women

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 62:00


Join Premium! Ready for an ad-free meditation experience? Join Premium now and get every episode from ALL of our podcasts completely ad-free now! Just a few clicks makes it easy for you to listen on your favorite podcast player.  Become a PREMIUM member today by going to --> https://WomensMeditationNetwork.com/premium    

Protrusive Dental Podcast
Biomimetic Dentistry – What Actually Is It? – PDP135

Protrusive Dental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 55:10


Biomimetic Dentistry is the use of Restorative techniques and materials to mimic (and preserve) the structure and function of natural teeth. Dr. Taylor Paton will discuss his journey in Biomimetic Dentistry: how it differs from Adhesive dentistry and how it can be used to develop innovative treatment strategies for patients. In this episode we also discussed philosophies and guidelines following the literature for optimal bond strengths, so that your clinical protocols may benefit from Biomimetic principles. https://youtu.be/UFTwT86Urs8 Check out the full Video The Protrusive Dental Pearl: How to block out a metal post. Use something like 'Ivoclar Direct Opaque flowable resin', a masking agent that is highly opaque. Paint it on the dark tooth substrate or cover metal (eg a cast post) with it. Other brands include Pink Opaque by Cosmedent Inc Premium users on the App can download Premium Notes by PDF and PDF Transcript. Highlights of this episode: 2:52 The Protrusive Dental Pearl7:15 Biomimetic Dentistry 13:17 Dr. Taylor's journey to Biomimetic Dentistry21:48 The Hybrid Layer 24:11 Improving Bond Strengths 26:58 How Decoupling with time works 31:41 Immediate dentin sealing concept 36:19 Caries Detector dye 42:58 Biomimetic Philosophy regarding crack management  If you like this episode, you'll also like Composite Veneers vs Edge Bonding – Biomimetic Dentistry with George The Dentist 

Heather Penny Podcast
Restorative Rest with Stefanie Boyce

Heather Penny Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 53:40


Is rest a part of your rhythms of life? I am so pleased to share this truly beautiful conversation I had with my dear friend,  Stefanie Boyce. Listen in as we talk about slowing down, giving up control, fighting the hustle and hurry of our culture, and developing patience. We go deep and talk about the role of pain and suffering plays in spirituality. Stefanie shares her story and we have some sacred moments in the midst of it. You won't want to miss this beautiful conversation.Stefanie is a spiritual director, yoga instructor, and public speaker. She's an advocate for Restorative rest, which is the kind of rest that truly energizes you and fills you up. Connect with StefanieWebsite: stefanieboyce.comFacebook: @StefanieBoyce5Cheering you on!heatherpenny.com@heatherpennyphd

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)
Led By Love (Restorative Juvenile Justice) - Wednesday, December 28, 2022

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 60:12


Clinton Lacey & Linda Harlee Harper

Conscious Revolution Podcast | Spirituality & Mindset
Rest, Restorative and nervous system Reset with The Daily Rest founder, Emmie Rae

Conscious Revolution Podcast | Spirituality & Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 63:52


Do you need some encouragement to slow down? If yes, you're at the perfect place because in this episode I am sitting with Emmie Rae, a gorgeous soul doing some incredible work out there to remind us of our body, our breath, and our beingness on this earth. In this episode, we talk of rest, restorative yoga and deep nervous system healing. We dive into topics of slowing down, grace and self-care practices - all of which Emmie is actually an embodiment of. I cannot thank Emmie enough to have bring these topics to come alive in my life through her very beautiful work at The Daily rest studio. Check out Emmie on IG: @thedailyrest Follow Shivani on IG: @shivaanibaghel Join JEWEL, a cosmic library of healing resources, practices, and workshops led by Shivani: https://dreamlifelounge.com/jewel Join Shivani's newsletter to stay in the loop: https://mailchi.mp/d3e080187e2c/sign-up

This Restorative Justice Life
106. The Inherit Spirituality of Restorative Justice w/ Jamie Williams

This Restorative Justice Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 92:21 Transcription Available


Jamie Williams...currently is a Restorative Justice/Practices Consultant, Trainer, Teacher and Circle Keeper. She has been a Community Partner with Minneapolis Public Schools for over 20 years. Her past experience includes Restorative Justice Coordinator of Bayfield School, Liaison for the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Early Childhood Center, Amicus Radius (juvenile girls Restorative program) Amicus MNCoSA (Circles of Support and Accountability/re-entry services for adult males who have committed sex offenses), Minnesota Department of Corrections VOCARE program, Coordinator for the Seward Neighborhood Restorative Justice Initiative. Check out our LIVE EventsSend us feedback at media@amplifyrj.comJoin our Mighty Networks platform to connect with other people doing this work!Rep Amplify RJ Merch You can connect with Amplify RJ:Email list, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Website, Reading list, YouTube, and TikTok!SUPPORT by sharing this podcast, leaving a rating or review, or make a tax-deductible DONATION to help us sustain and grow this movementSupport the show

The AllCreation Podcast
Envisioning Transformation: Rev. Jimi Calhoun

The AllCreation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 55:29


A Life of Transformation: Rev. Jimi Calhoun. The son of a pastor, Jimi was a teenager and early adopter of Hippie culture in the San Francisco Bay area during the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s, USA. As a prodigious young musician he worked with breakthrough stars like Wilson Pickett and Lou Rawls before he could drive. By the 1980s he had played on 100s of credited and uncredited recordings, including Exile on Main Street by The Rolling Stones. He is best known today for his classic recordings with Dr. John (including the album, Gumbo), Parliament Funkadelic, Sly Stone, and his own band, Creation. In 1983 he entered pastoral training and has been ministering ever since. He is currently Lead Pastor at Bridging Austin. Rev. Calhoun has four books exploring how Rock n Roll and Religion can help each other create long-lasting reconciliations. He is interviewed by AllCreation exec. editor, Chris Searles, for our Winter Solstice collection: Envisioning Transformation.Learn More JimiCalhoun.com Jimi Calhoun author page Jimi Calhoun bass player page  A favorite early recording with Gene Redding BridgingAustin.org Rev. Calhoun is also a guest panelist at: Called to Care.Some References Genesis 1:26 Genesis 2 Teshuvah Restorative Justice Punitive Justice   PROGRAM0:00     Welcome & Intro4:00     How have you experienced transformation?  8:15     How does society come together around a common identity?10:30     Were people less afraid of conflict and discomfort in the 60s? 17:40     How did the Hippie movement and Civil Rights movements feel?  25:00     How do you relate creation care to human care?29:00     What do you mean by biblical ecology?32:00     How do you view the long journey of healing, reparations, etc.? 36:00     Restorative justice through kinship 41:00     Why do we fight against and destroy Other-life?   45:00     Doing service feels good, right?48:30     Jimi's comments on predictions & sticking together  QUOTES  “Who are we? Why are we here? Why are we doing this?“ We've lost our sense of mystery and wonder. We're not looking beyond the everyday, mundane-accumulation of goods and materials, stuff. We're not living in two places at once; we're not living in the now and looking to the future.There's no starting point for the common good.  They think they're doing the right thing by assuming everyone has their worldview. Our political system is adversarial by definition, but disagreements should only be on the issues, not the essentials. We've crossed a line from disagreeing with people to being disagreeable with people... You loved 'em before you found out who they voted for. So that same person you loved five minutes ago, you can still love.  I'm not Utopian... I am altruistic and I do believe better is possible, but I believe it is hard to achieve.  And I thought, Wow, what an illustration for how challenging it is in the broader culture to have people be patient with the other, while they're pursuing what it is they're trying to input and contribute to the overall...  We're not a very patient society.   My job is to be of benefit to everyone, to protect and serve.In a covenantal relationship you have to keep going no matter what the other person does, you have to push ahead, you do your part regardless of the outcome, you do what you're supposed to do... That IS creation care.   Where are my 'kind'? We really need to be careful when we just assume we know who our KIND are.    You can see diversity is already built into the universe. It should not take a degree from Harvard to figure out that diversity is a good thing.I could give you some answers from my reading or my religious training, but they wouldn't be very satisfying because they would only cover a small segment of the population.Being aware and appreciative of the diversity that exists is hard work, and I think we're basically lazy. We want everything to come to us. I don't think anybody is afraid, I think they're lazy... I would say the biggest adversary is laziness. As Western people we're result oriented rather than process oriented… To have transformation that's going to be lasting or meaningful, sometimes it requires us to be proces oriented. I'm doing this because. I'm doing this because. I'm doing this because.  ###Thanks for listening. This podcast is one of seven interviews from our Winter Solstice 2022 collection, "EnvisioningTransformation." It was pro-duced and edited by Chris Searles. Visit our podcasts page for more.

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)
Led By Love (Restorative Juvenile Justice) - Wednesday, December 21, 2022

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 60:12


Clinton Lacey & Linda Harlee Harper

A Bone to Fix-From The Orthopaedic Associates Of Central Maryland Division
A Deep Dive into Restorative Therapy for Back Pain pt 2

A Bone to Fix-From The Orthopaedic Associates Of Central Maryland Division

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022


In part 2 of the ReActiv8 device and system series, we hear from veteran and former ReActiv8 patient Damian Salgado. He will how this procedure changed his life after suffering a battlefield injury while serving in the military.

Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast
Gwinnett School Restorative Policy Is Paused

Good Morning Gwinnett Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 52:41


https://www.GoodMorningGwinnett.comWatts announced the changes in GCPS' implementation of its discipline policy at the end of the December school board meeting, after the public comment period. The biggest change is that restorative practices — which was a key part of the policy — are being put on hold for the remainder of the current school year.“We are pausing — not stopping — required restorative practice intervention until 2023-2024 with full implementation expected by 2024-2025 year,” Watts said. “Why? Because for those who have undergone restorative practices, truly undergone, it takes approximately 20 to 30 hours of embedded, ongoing professional development — if we truly understand this work.”SOURCE: www.GwinnettDailyPost.com_________________________________________________Below are links to my Shopify store as well as other affiliate links. If you've found this episode helpful or inspiring, do me a favor and support my by clicking on the links below. Your support helps me to keep my channel going and sharing my entrepreneurial experience with you.https://www.PillowEnvy.cohttps://try.printify.com/creatorhttp://www.fiverr.com/s2/4af8dc5344https://amzn.to/3AAmujfhttps://www.youtube.com/@TalkBusinessWithAudrey/featured?sub_confirmation=1https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNTx9bRpHss?sub_confirmation=1

A Bone to Fix-From The Orthopaedic Associates Of Central Maryland Division

Lower back pain is very common, whether it's from injuries, degeneration, or just a lifetime of lifting things, playing sports, and at some point it's likely to be a pain we all experience. While not all back pain means a serious problem, when it is, it's good to look at a variety of treatments that avoid the use of addictive pain killers/opioid. One such treatment is the use of nerve and/or spinal stimulation.In this 2 part episode Dr. Gurtej Singh discusses a new form of restorative therapy that stimulates the nerves of the muscle directly responsible for stabilizing the lumbar spine, called ReActiv8 Restorative Neurostimulation system, along with colleague Dr. Chris Gilligan.

This Restorative Justice Life
105. Restorative Reflection on Wakanda Forever w/ Felina Rodriguez

This Restorative Justice Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 46:04 Transcription Available


Hey everyone, trying out another new format for this week's episode. David is joined by this week's guest Felina Rodriguez, as they reflect on the movie "Wakanda Forever" through a restorative and historically inclusive lens. Let us know if you like this podcast formatting!Check out our LIVE EventsSend us feedback at media@amplifyrj.comJoin our Mighty Networks platform to connect with other people doing this work!Rep Amplify RJ Merch You can connect with Amplify RJ:Email list, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Website, Reading list, YouTube, and TikTok!SUPPORT by sharing this podcast, leaving a rating or review, or make a tax-deductible DONATION to help us sustain and grow this movementSupport the show

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)
Led By Love (Restorative Juvenile Justice) - Wednesday, December 14, 2022

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 60:12


Clinton Lacey & Linda Harlee Harper

Real Feels
An Introduction to Restorative Justice with Sonya Shah

Real Feels

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 29:08


Sonya Shah is someone Brad has admired from her appearances on other podcasts for her deep expertise around restorative justice, and all forms of healing justice that represent an alternative to the punitive, and many times racially insensitive systems of justice that currently preside in this country. Sonya is the Co-Executive Director of Ahimsa Collective is an organization that works to address harm in ways that foster wholeness for everyone. Their goals are to replace systems of punishment with paradigms grounded in healing, relationship, and love. It's a great talk where Sonya takes Brad to school around the work of restorative justice - how it's not a silver bullet solution to all instances of harm, and how much race and sheltered moralities really come into play for the people who disagree that we need an alternative to the current justice system's structure of repairing harm. Real Feels is produced, edited and hosted by  Brad Gage. The theme song was written by Russell Henson and our logo was designed by Nolan Fabricus. Thanks for listening and if you or someone you love is interested in seeking a restorative approach to harm, please reach out to the Ahimsa Collective at contact@ahimsacollective.net And if you want more conversations around masculinity and empathy, and loving the inner world of men, subscribe to this podcast or to Real Feels on YouTube.

Josh Christophersen Sermon Audio
Restorative Confrontation

Josh Christophersen Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 50:00


Sermon by Josh Christophersen

Bellicose Church Sermon Audio
Restorative Confrontation

Bellicose Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 50:00


Sermon by Josh Christophersen

Beyond Barriers Radio
From Hate to Restorative Change

Beyond Barriers Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 54:32


Special guest Sean Gillespie shares his incredible story. From #abuse & #trauma to a lengthy prison sentence for #hate crimes to life altering positive change. Sean's journey will shake you to your core and stir your soul. As a former neo-Nazi skinhead and member of the white supremacist organization, Aryan Nations, Mr. Gillespie's story will take you through an incredible path from a world of hate into a world of righteous change. A former leader, recruiter, organizer, propagandist, and violent terrorist for the white supremacist and neo-Nazi movement, he promoted hate, bigotry, and racism. He was sentenced to 39yrs in the Federal prison system for a racially motivated hate crime in 2004. Mr. Gillespie spent a total of 16 years in prison, 8 of which were served in America's most secure facility, A.D.X. Super-Maximum Control Unit. Mr. Gillespie was released from prison in 2020, after winning an appeal he filed pro se. Sean got a second chance on life and has been able to overcome the mistakes he made early on. After turning his back on the white supremacist movement in 2008, Mr. Gillespie has been able to do a considerable amount of work to combat and fight hatred and extremism. He has assisted in the teaching of criminology students and written numerous articles against hatred. Mr. Gillespie was featured in the award-winning documentary series 'Indivisible: Healing Hate' (2022, Paramount Plus) narrated by Mandy Patinkin, as well as news interviews both locally and nationally. Jeff Schoep is the Founder of Beyond Barriers. From 1994 until early 2019, Jeff Schoep was the leader of the largest neo-Nazi organization in the United States, the National Socialist Movement (NSM). In March 2019 he became the highest profile former white nationalist to ever walk away from far-right extremism in the USA. Since then, Jeff has been an outspoken advocate against the ideology that he had been part of for 27 years, making him uniquely qualified to understand extremism and extremist ideologies. Jeff now works as an inspirational public speaker helping to educate communities and policy makers on how to effectively counter and prevent violent extremism. https://jeffschoep.com Follow Jeff Schoep on Social Media https://linktr.ee/jeffschoep Jennifer Kreis is a survivor, warrior, truth seeker, and truth speaker. She is the daughter of August Kreis, who was once one of the most well known white supremacists in the USA. Throughout Jenn's teenage years she was forced to go on national TV talk shows and "by the grace of God hate did not consume and destroy my entire life." Follow Jenn Kreis: https://linktr.ee/jennkreis Beyond Barriers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to a new approach of countering and preventing extremism. For more information: https://beyondbarriersusa.org To donate: https://giv.li/r8xtpc Media inquiries: info@beyondbarriersusa.org Follow Beyond Barriers: https://linktr.ee/beyondbarriersusa --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beyondbarriersradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beyondbarriersradio/support

This Restorative Justice Life
104. Restorative Reflection of "The Slap" w/ DeMointé Wesley

This Restorative Justice Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 34:53 Transcription Available


Hey everyone, trying out a new format for this week's episode. DeMointé and David reflect on "The Slap" through a restorative lens. Let us know if you like this podcast formatting! Keep up with/Support Demointé's work onSocial: http://instagram.com/decolonizeyourclassroomCheck out our LIVE EventsSend us feedback at media@amplifyrj.comJoin our Mighty Networks platform to connect with other people doing this work!Rep Amplify RJ Merch You can connect with Amplify RJ:Email list, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Website, Reading list, YouTube, and TikTok!SUPPORT by sharing this podcast, leaving a rating or review, or make a tax-deductible DONATION to help us sustain and grow this movementSupport the showSupport the show

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)
Led By Love (Restorative Juvenile Justice) - Wednesday, December 7, 2022

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 60:12


Clinton Lacey & Linda Harlee Harper

Mountain Springs Church
The Restorative Reach of Generosity

Mountain Springs Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 35:40


Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give. —Matthew 10:8, ESV

Yoga with Melissa
Womb Wisdom Restorative Flow | Yoga with Melissa 634

Yoga with Melissa

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022


This restorative yoga class combines restorative yoga postures including reclined bound angle pose and simple, easy reclined flowing yoga poses to connect with our divine feminine energy and in particular our womb wisdom. Regardless of whether you have a womb or not, we can all connect with our womb wisdom. Regardless of our gender we all have masculine and feminine energy within us. The masculine and feminine energies within us create polarity within us. When they are in balance and harmony we feel better! Throughout this series, we will bring the unhealthy and wounded aspects of our masculine and feminine sides out of the shadows. The wounded masculine and feminine from our ego, fear and darkness and cause us to suffer. When we bring the light of awareness to the shadow sides of our masculine and feminine wounding, we can heal and transform into healthy and divine energy. Through our wombs we can explore, express, release and reveal any emotions that have been lurking underneath, waiting to be seen. Anything unfelt, ignored, denied or avoided will arise so you can access your true self. We actually try to avoid unpleasant and overwhelming feelings by blocking them out and other coping strategies. But, it takes more effort to keep the pain at bay than to express it. When we contract our bodies, hold our breath, this constricting and holding, protecting creates tension in our bodies, locks up life force energy and we resist the very emotions that might liberate us. Emotional stress is often felt in the digestive system as well. We we fully feel these emotions and let them travel through us, we will feel empowered, sustained energy, a sense of wholeness and integrity. When we soothe ourselves and heal our emotions we can surrender and feel content. If you would like an infographic of the qualities of the divine masculine and feminine in balance go to: melissawest.com/balance

Kourting Happiness
114. Restful Strategies For Restorative Sleep

Kourting Happiness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 20:26


The world isn't getting a good night's rest. According to the Philips Global Sleep Survey, 62 percent of adults say they sleep somewhat/not at all well, with just one in 10 saying they sleep extremely well.   Our host, Dr. Kortni Alston, shares an article published in Psychology Today to help restore your slumber.  In addition, she provides bonus tips too.   

R-Soul: Reclaiming the Soul of Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice
Letting Go of Vengeance: How Restorative and Transformative Justice Can Change Your World

R-Soul: Reclaiming the Soul of Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 31:15


Faith Organizers Kelley Fox and Terry Williams struggle with how the practice of restorative and transformative justice gets lived out in a flawed and systemically-unjust world. Confronting very real desires for retribution and vengeance, Kelley and Terry go deep on the theory, practice, and spiritual necessity behind letting go of violence in order to embrace thriving, aiming for a world where everyone can succeed together at the very same time. Links to discussed content: Oath Keepers leader convicted of seditious conspiracy: www.nytimes.com/2022/11/29/us/politics/oath-keepers-trial-verdict-jan-6.html "We Will Not Cancel Us" - adrienne maree brown: www.akpress.org/we-will-not-cancel-us.html "Emergent Strategy" - adrienne maree brown: www.akpress.org/emergentstrategy.html Restorative & Transformative Justice Training: www.faithchoiceohio.org/restorative-and-transformative-justice-training Faith Choice Ohio's Festival of Giving: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/festival-of-giving-for-abortion-access Music by Korbin Jones Art by Ashley Lukashevsky

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)
Led By Love (Restorative Juvenile Justice) - Wednesday, November 30, 2022

WPFW - Led By Love (restorative Juvenile Justice)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 60:12


Clinton Lacey & Linda Harlee Harper

The Kingdom Is For Everyone
Episode Seventeen - Restorative Justice

The Kingdom Is For Everyone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 25:53


This episode is the first to respond directly to a listener question! We jump into the topic of justice and how God work in Restorative Justice. Restorative justice is a higher form of justice because it's not about punishing the perpetrator; it's about restoring both the perpetrator and the victim. This goes completely against the justice system of humanity which is why it's so difficult to talk about. We pray this episode challenge and blesses you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thekingdom4everyone/support

Restorative Faith Podcast
Restorative Faith Trailer (Season 3)

Restorative Faith Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 2:20


Each season of Restorative Faith revolves around a specific theme that has caused people to walk away from the Christian faith. Season 3 is about discriminaton. We will be discussing sexism, patriarchy, mental illness, racism, antisemitism, Christian Nationalism and defrauding the poor and destitute. Each episode includes human interest stories, experts in sociology and psychiatry, and biblical scholars. Join us as we explore the ways in which the Christian faith needs to change and adapt to speak to the sexual ethics of the 21st century.

Outcomes Rocket
Life Before and After ReActiv8 with Meredith Langhorst, Specialist in Spinal Diagnostics, Therapeutics, and Restorative Neurostimulation

Outcomes Rocket

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 28:05


Meredith Langhorst, a specialist in spinal diagnostics and therapeutics, and her patient Eric Osborn, a veteran of the US Navy, talk about the Reactiv8 therapy and how its restorative neurostimulation approach has helped patients reduce their lower back pain without the need for surgery.   Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

Rooted Souls
Restorative Justice - Replacing Punitive Systems & Breaking Cycles of Harm | Ep 31

Rooted Souls

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 56:52


My guest Marlee Liss made history in the justice system when she fought for her sexual assault case to become the 1st in North America to conclude with restorative justice through the courts, instead of sending her assaulter to jail. In this episode, Marlee and I break down the problem with the current prison system and what else is possible. The idea of imprisonment, while preventing some people from even committing a crime in the first place, can also breed more suffering in our communities due to the consequences of the legal procedures themselves. The punitive system has a way of locking patterns of violence into communities without room for change, perpetuating trauma throughout society. Modern punitive processes tend to focus on the person who committed the crime and turn away from all else who were impacted by the event. Restorative justice is an alternative approach to prison in the legal system that includes healing for all involved. It is a process that seeks to repair harm by providing an opportunity for those harmed and those who take responsibility for the harm, to communicate about and address their needs in the aftermath of a crime. Not only is there an opportunity for healing the wounds that came as a result of the crime, but also for the pain that led to the crime being committed in the first place. I, your hostess, Becca, am a Spiritual Life Coach and Astrologer who supports clients through their spiritual awakening and knowing themselves more deeply. I help purpose driven people break free from being stuck, step into their natural gifts, & live a life true to their core. Reach me online at www.beccaspeert.com or connect with me via social media on instagram: @beccaspeert, Tik Tok: beccaspeert, or on Facebook: Becca Speert Coaching. To follow the podcast you can *subscribe* to get notified when a new episode is released. You can also follow and support the podcast on Instagram @_rooted_souls and Facebook: Rooted Souls Podcast. Marlee is a somatic coach, award-winning speaker, author, restorative justice advocate and lesbian Jewish feminist. Since Marlee's case, she has coached hundreds of women and non-binary folk in healing shame and transforming trauma. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Huff Post, Buzzfeed, the Mel Robbins Show and more. As an award-winning speaker, she's delivered talks for: The US Military SAPRO, Fordham School of Law, University of Toronto, Trauma & Recovery Conference, PEI's Sexual Assault Awareness Week and more. Marlee was 1 of 25 survivors on an elite panel for the National Action Plan to End Gender Based Violence informing federal policy and her story is currently being made into a documentary. To Connect With Marlee: IG: https://instagram.com/marleeliss Speaking/workshop information: https://www.marleeliss.com/speaking Quiz for free personalized resource guide: https://www.marleeliss.com/

Yoga with Melissa
Inner Divine Masculine Restorative Yoga | Yoga with Melissa 631

Yoga with Melissa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022


Regardless of our gender we all have masculine and feminine energy within us. The masculine and feminine energies within us create polarity within us. When they are in balance and harmony we feel better! Throughout this series we will bring the unhealthy and wounded aspects of our masculine and feminine sides out of the shadows. The wounded masculine and feminine from our ego, fear and darkness and cause us to suffer. When we bring the light of awareness to the shadow sides of our masculine and feminine wounding, we can heal and transform into healthy and divine energy. The wounded masculine is withdrawn, avoidant, and unstable. We experience the wounded masculine when we are disconnected from our feelings, abandoning ourselves when we are stressed, anxious, depressed, dysregulated. When we heal our inner divine masculine we are fully present for ourselves, no matter what is happening in our lives, with non-abandoning attention, with loving kindness and without judgment. We are our own biggest supporters. We protect our physical, mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual bodies. We are literally devoted to their well-being. Our inner divine masculine offers us the stability and security we have been longing for. Restorative yoga is the perfect yoga to activate your divine inner masculine because your body is fully supported by the props, the ground and the wall.

How to Lead for Female Entrepreneurs
You are the Asset | S05E09

How to Lead for Female Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 21:38


Guiding women and solving issues is my passion. Tackling things that can appear to be unsolvable but really are not. Being real with thoughts and feelings and issues, and especially as entrepreneurial women in leadership. In this, I have found that I'm not alone. Many women crave true connection that speaks to deeper things in their lives and, particularly, in their businesses. If you're a leader, and all this resonates with you, you're in the right place. I want to personally invite you to consider joining one or more of the opportunities I offer. I believe there is so much good for you to do and so much good for you to have, and I would be honored to help you bring those things to life. To help and encourage you to invest in yourself, to step into your power, to embrace the truth that YOU are the asset! “You have days where you really are stepping into your power and your voice. And you feel really good about it. And you have to look at, ‘Okay, what happened on that day?'  And then there are days where you really question what you're doing and you don't know. And you have to look at what's going on on that day.” – Kris Plachy What You'll Learn True connection Restorative opportunities Step into your power Come to transformative work Reject voices that pull you down Invest in yourself Contact Info and Recommended Resources Connect with Kris Plachy Website: How to CEO Email: hello@krisplachy.com Work with Kris: How to CEO How to CEO DIGITAL: Available for entrepreneurs looking to increase their business mastery. Access includes weekly Q&A calls for additional help. Interested in Sage? Email Kris at hello@krisplachy.com. Explain about yourself and why you'd like to be considered for Sage. Get on the email list for valuable content: krisplachy.com, drop your name in the signup box! Linkedin Instagram Facebook Pinterest Medium