Friends and co-editors McArthur Krishna and Bethany Brady Spalding join the podcast today to introduce their new ebook “In the Image of our Heavenly Parents: A Couple's Guide to Creating a More Divine Marriage”. The purpose of the book is to create "more vibrant, thriving, equal partnerships", as Bethany puts it. They share the 12 principles included in the guide book that couples can work on throughout the year to model their marriages more closely on our Heavenly Parents'. They discuss why they saw a need for such a workbook and how they envision it being used in marriages. They share how the principles in the book have blessed their own marriages, and how they hope these principles will change not only the couples who put them into practice, but also the world at large. The book is available here: https://dstreetpress.myshopify.com/products/a-couples-guide-to-creating-a-more-divine-marriage Several respected therapists contributed to the guide book: Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife, Dr. Julie Hanks, Dr. Ty Mansfield, Geoff Steurer, LMFT & Jody Steurer. It is illustrated by artist and graphic designer Ben Crowder. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inherimage/support
The Wisconsin Badgers football program hired Devon Spalding as their RBs coach as the staff is finally complete under new head coach Luke Fickell. We talk about Spalding and what the younger coach potentially brings to the staff. We also grade all of the offensive and defensive positional groups after the influx of transfer portal players. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, Michelle, Matt, and KimberMarie have a discussion with Tamra Moore about her journey to becoming a Partner at King & Spalding, LLP in Washington, DC as a first-generation lawyer. From government work to in-house counsel to private practice, Tamra brings a wealth of knowledge on how to discern the right career path, building confidence as a first-generation student (although relatable for anyone, really), and her tips for figuring out the law firm world. If you like what you hear, please follow, like, and join our LinkedIn community and share with others who might benefit, thanks!
This week, we're bringing back a couple of our favorite guests and close friends, McArthur Krishna and Bethany Brady Spalding. McArthur and Bethany have just released a new book titled: In the Image of Our Heavenly Parents: A Couples' Guide to Creating a More Divine Marriage.Bethany and McArthur have done super interesting and important work with this book — it uses the model of “divine partnership,” based on the doctrine of Heavenly Parents, to inspire couples to create powerful and fulfilling partnerships in their own marriages. They do so in each chapter with sections that they call “prophetic counsel,” mining the rich resources we have from Church leaders that point to true equality and partnership in marriage, as well as “professional expertise,” allowing marriage and family therapists to help couples find practical ways to make that ideal a reality.The book also functions like a workbook with lots of practices that help us understand our own values and goals for our relationships: we really think it's something lots of Latter-day Saint couples would enjoy going through together.It really is something special that they've put together, and we're grateful they sat down with us to talk about it.McArthur Krishna has a master's degree in communication from BYU, and also co-owned Free Range, which is an award-winning marketing business focused on telling social justice stories. In 2011, she moved to India and started writing books, which she's been doing ever since.Bethany Brady Spalding has a Master of Public Health from the University of London, and has worked for both large, international organizations and small, local non-profits to advance children's health and wellness in South Africa, India, and the USA. She calls Richmond, Virginia home where she runs school gardens, writes books, and raises three girls.This book was published as an e-book and can be purchased at dstreetpress.com.
Success in one area of your life does not have to come at the expense of other areas of your life. Too many times people in real estate are so focused on numbers for the sake of bragging that they leave other areas of their life a mess. Michelle Spalding has committed to helping people create businesses that suit the lifestyle that they desire. With over 26 years of experience in the real estate industry, she's been a transaction coordinator, started a transaction coordinator training academy, and now helps people start and launch their own businesses. She's focused on helping people reclaim their own version of success in whatever they do. With this episode coming at the end of the year, listen and think about what you want your next year to look like, and orchestrate a plan to get you there with Michelle's help and advise.FOLLOW MICHELLE
Ethan is the one who paced Melody the last half of Deadhorse 50 (if you listened to that episode you'll know who we are talking about!) She learned that he is 17-years-old and that he has finished multiple ultras, including several 100 mile races! Listen to this episode to learn how Ethan got into ultras at such a young age and how he navigates school and teenage-life as a new ultrarunner!Episode Takeaways:-Don't go consistently hard. Remember to take breaks!-"Be consistently good rather than occasionally great" -Nick BareEthan's Advice:-Don't let big runs scare you-Prepare well and FULL SEND______________________________________________________________________________________________Related Episodes:Learning Discipline and Mental Toughness from my 50 Mile Race with Melody | S3E17 _____________________________________________________________________________________________Contact Ethan on Instagram: @sophisticated_suffering_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links:~~~~~Leave us a review!~~~~~Click here to leave a review on appleClick here to rate us on SpotifyPrivate coaching/personalized workout plans to become a hardcore runner!: @pinetreerunningUtah real-estate agent who helps runners find a home near running trails: Jacob Bateman | Exit Realty Affinity | Bountiful, UT Real Estate | 385-314-1016 (ihouseelite.com)Self-Defense Course for runners: Run Without Fear | Melody Bateman's School (teachable.com)Our Instagram page: Melody and Jacob Bateman (@trailto100) • Instagram photos and videosJoin our beginner trail running community on Facebook: Trail to 100 | Facebook
This week on the Shipshape podcast, we had the pleasure of speaking to Jason Spalding, Executive Vice President at Marina Services. We got the inside scoop about the current state of marinas and real estate around the world, found out what's been happening as the boats have got bigger (and bigger!) and discover his unique take on the future of the industry.Jason Spalding Brought to you by SHIPSHAPESponsored by MIDA
Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On today's program, Chase is joined by CBB expert Stats By Will to talk about Tennessee shooting poorly with the Spalding ball against Maryland, Bama's big win vs. Houston, Purdue's case as the nation's best, the A-10 being a dumpster fire, Mississippi State remaining undefeated, if Creighton has real problems, and what makes UConn so good on the stat sheet. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Stats By Will Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#88: Nick Graham is the founder of Nick Graham Player Development. He is regarded as one of the top player development specialists in the country working with thousands of players, many of whom have gone on to play at the college and professional levels. Nick has worked with NBA stars Chauncey Billups, Trae Young, Jimmer Fredette, and many others.Through a partnership with Spalding, the official basketball of the NBA, Nick created and starred in instructional training videos, along with co- hosting elite camps with Chris Paul and DeMar DeRozan that were featured in Slam magazine. Nick played college basketball at Washington State University under his father and recently coached college basketball at Iowa State University.He is the author of GodxBasketball, which is an athletes handbook to navigating life with God's word, and hosts a podcast called Underdog. Nick continues to leverage his basketball platform to use God's Word to encourage and empower athletes and coaches all over the world.Enjoy the show!
Hành Trình Về Phương Đông mở ra một chân trời mới về Đông Tây gặp nhau, để khoa học Minh triết hội ngộ, để Hiện đại Cổ xưa giao duyên, để Đất Trời là một. Thế giới, vì vậy đã trở nên hài hòa hơn, rộng mở, diệu kỳ hơn và, do đó, nhân văn hơn.Hành Trình Về Phương Đông kể về những trải nghiệm của một đoàn khoa học gồm các chuyên gia hàng đầu của Hội Khoa Học Hoàng Gia Anh được cử sang Ấn Độ nghiên cứu về huyền học và những khả năng siêu nhiên của con người. Suốt hai năm trời rong ruổi khắp các đền chùa Ấn Độ, chúng kiến nhiều pháp luật, nhiều cảnh mê tín dị đoan, thậm chí lừa đảo...của nhiều pháp sư, đạo sĩ...họ được tiếp xúc với những vị thế, họ được chứng kiến, trải nghiệm, hiểu biết sâu sắc về các khoa học cổ xưa và bí truyền của văn hóa Ấn Độ như Yoga, thiền định, thuật chiêm duyên, nghiệp báo, luật nhân quả, cõi sống và cõi chết....Đúng lúc một cuộc đối thoại cởi mở và chân thành đang sắp diễn ra với các đạo sĩ bậc thầy, thì đoàn nhận được tối hậu thu từ chính quyền Anh Quốc là phải ngừng ngay việc nghiên cứu, tức khắc hồi hương và bị buộc phải im lặng, không được phát ngôn về bất cứ điều gì mà họ đã chứng nghiệm. Sau cùng ba nhà khoa học trong đoàn đã chấp nhận bỏ lại tất cả sau lưng, ở lại Ấn Độ tiếp tục nghiên cứu và cuối cùng trở thành tu sĩ. Trong số đó có giáo sư Spalding- tác giả hồi ký đặc biệt này. --Về Fonos:Fonos là ứng dụng sách nói có bản quyền. Trên ứng dụng Fonos, bạn có thể nghe định dạng sách nói của những cuốn sách nổi tiếng nhất từ các tác giả trong nước và quốc tế. Ngoài ra, bạn được sử dụng miễn phí nội dung Premium khi đăng ký trở thành Hội viên của Fonos: Tóm tắt sách, Ebook, Thiền định, Truyện ngủ, Nhạc chủ đề, Sách nói miễn phí cho Hội viên.--Tải ứng dụng Fonos tại: https://fonos.app.link/tai-fonosTìm hiểu về Fonos: https://fonos.vn/Theo dõi Facebook Fonos: https://www.facebook.com/fonosvietnam/Theo dõi Instagram Fonos: https://www.instagram.com/fonosvietnam/Đọc các bài viết thú vị về sách, tác giả sách, những thông tin hữu ích để phát triển bản thân: http://blog.fonos.vn/
THE VIC PORCELLI SHOW 0:00 SEG 1 General Rob Spalding (retired) 17:28 SEG 2 Randy Tobler https://www.drtobler.com/ 30:00 SEG 3 That's Crap See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
About Aaron: Recognized as a trailblazer and thought leader, Aaron Walton's focus on innovation and cultural engagement has transformed traditional marketing and advertising strategies. As the CEO / co-founder of Walton Isaacson (WI), a full-service advertising agency, with offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and New York, Aaron's focus is squarely on identifying unseen opportunities rooted in cultural insights and connections, transforming the definition of the agency model by prioritizing diversity of thinking and encouraging strategic solutions that defy tradition. Founded in partnership with famed NBA superstar and entrepreneurial legend, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, WI has built inventive and dynamic business relationships with brands and organizations such as Lexus, McDonald's, Bristol Myers Squibb, JP Morgan Chase, and Spalding. His leadership in the advertising community has led to several industry Board positions including a 2022 appointment to the National Board of the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A's). During 2020, Walton was elected to Co-President of ThinkLA after serving on the Board of Directors of this prestigious nonprofit advertising trade association for three years. He is also a member of the Ad Age Diversity Council and the AIMM/ANA Catalyst Committee. A recipient of Babson College's Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award, Aaron also was recognized by the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A's) as one of the 100 People Who Make Advertising Great and is member of the Ebony Magazine Power 100 list. About Renetta: Renetta McCann has been recognized as one of the leading innovators and most influential executives in the advertising, marketing and media industries, with a global reputation for not only building brands, but also the organizations and leadership to sustain them. As Chief Inclusion Experience Officer for Publicis Groupe, she works to drive inclusion at all levels of the organization, with an emphasis on ensuring that the company's clients are benefiting from the many strategic advantages that diverse teams deliver. Renetta is no stranger to the Publicis family. She began her career at Leo Burnett, and, after a long tenure, she became the CEO of Starcom MediaVest Group Worldwide. Under her leadership, client billings exceeded $26 billion and the global workforce rose to over 6,000 people. Most recently, she served as the Chief Talent Officer for Leo Burnett USA as well as Publicis Communications North America. She is a frequent name in the press. In 2002, she was named "Corporate Executive of the Year" by Black Enterprise magazine and was selected Ad Woman of the Year by the Chicago Advertising Federation. Essence named her one of "50 Women Who are Changing the World” and she received a Matrix Award in 2006 from New York Women in Communications. She has appeared on the pages of Advertising Age, Business Week and Chicago magazine. In 2014 the American Advertising Federation honored her with a Diversity Achievement Award for her contributions as an Industry Influential and she received The Pantheon Award from the 4A's MAIP program. Recently, she was featured on Adweek's list of “11 Inspiring Women Who Have Broken Down Advertising's Most Persistent Barriers.” On September 10, 2020, Renetta was honored with an ADCOLOR lifetime Achievement Award and the Sheldon J. Levy Leadership Award. In October 2020, Renetta will receive the Chicago Advertising Federation's Silver Medal Award.
GUEST OVERVIEW: Dr. Robert S. Spalding III retired from the U.S. Air Force as a brigadier general after more than 25 years of service including as the China Strategist for the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Joint Staff at the Pentagon, as well as a senior defense official and defense attaché to China.. Spalding is also the CEO of SEMPRE, the only true standalone 5G technology service company and software platform created to protect and secure our most critical resource; the automated world.
Kari Lake fights on and Pelosi is fired. You cannot steal big wins. Or can you? Liberals going crazy, don't look at how we did it, just accept it. Corinne Clark is the co-founder of the up-and-coming media brand FreePressFail.com, which provides daily breaking news alerts and commentary to millions of conservative activists per day. We discuss the midterms, Arizona, pandemic amnesty and vaccine passports. Dr. Robert S. Spalding III, Brig Gen, USAF (Ret.) author of War Without Rules: China's Playbook for Global Domination. Spalding is also the CEO of SEMPRE. SEMPRE is a standalone 5G service and software platform designed to power the automated world. Ryan Bomberger, chief creative officer and co-founder of The Radiance Foundation, calls out NPR and radical abortionists for having gone too far into the depths of depravity to support their pro-abortion position. We play the horrific video --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-buff-show/support
Rubin has a strong appeal against a Florida Republican judge who, in my opinion, treated Rubin unjustly. Rubin never saw the document proving Carla Spalding is eligible to run for Congress as a natural born citizen OR a naturalized citizen whose birth place is the nation of Jamaica. rubinforcongress.com
China is vying to become the world's No. 1 superpower, a distinction long held by the U.S. The communist country "is threatening American innovation and national security by exploiting weaknesses in U.S. patent protection, and Big Tech is letting them get away with it," according to a synopsis for a new documentary film, "Innovation Race," which opens in theaters Wednesday.Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Spalding, author of "Stealth War: How China Took Over While America's Elites Slept," says that "the movie itself really talks about the importance of the patent system to innovation in the United States, how that's kept our country secure throughout the almost 240-plus years of existence, and how that security was negated by the America Invents Act."And how in this competition that we face today, with China in particular, that it's creating a challenge for America in terms of innovation and keeping its rightful place at the top of science, technology, and research and development," Spalding says. The America Invents Act was passed and signed into law in 2011 by then-President Barack Obama, who at the time said the "much-needed reform will speed up the patent process so that innovators and entrepreneurs can turn a new invention into a business as quickly as possible."Spalding also discusses what he found to be the most surprising takeaway from the "Innovation Race" documentary."Well, I in particular like the stories of the inventors. And I think understanding the personal calculations that they went through in terms of trying to protect their intellectual property and then realizing that they're not able to, to me was ... I think, the most important part of the film," he says.Spalding added:One of the things about America is, innovation relies on individual initiative, and if you're not certain about the ability to protect your intellectual property, then you're going to be less likely to go out there and take all the financial risks and personal risks that are associated with being an entrepreneur and or inventor.And so, hearing those stories, understanding the implications across our economy as you multiply those by 330 million, really just gives you a sense of the gravity of the challenge that this American Invents Act created for our country.Spalding joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss the "Innovation Race" movie, what's at stake for U.S. national security, and the so-called Made in China 2025 plan. ("'Made in China 2025' is an initiative to comprehensively upgrade Chinese industry," Scott Kennedy, senior adviser and trustee chair in Chinese business and economics at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, explains.) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
General Robert Spalding (@@robert_spalding) is a retired US Air Force brigadier general, the CEO of digital infrastructure company SEMPRE, and the author of Stealth War: How China Took Over While America’s Elite Slept and War Without Rules: China's Playbook for Global Domination. What We Discuss with General Robert Spalding: How a 1999 book by military strategists Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui called Unrestricted Warfare has become China's playbook for global domination against the Western world. Numerous ways the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) exploits Western weaknesses with this playbook's primary tenet: the best strategy for warfare is not to kill, but to control. Why the CCP isn't likely to crumble under the weight of its own debts as Soviet Russia did, and why a Chinese invasion of Taiwan stands a better chance of success than the Russian invasion of Ukraine. How the CCP uses corporate espionage, global pandemics, and trade violations to pursue its goal of dominance. What can we, as individuals clued in to the tactics of this playbook, do to resist the influence of the CCP on the Western world? And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/751 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking — our free networking and relationship development mini course — at jordanharbinger.com/course! Miss our conversation with elite counterterrorism undercover agent Tamer Elnoury? Catch up with episode 572: Tamer Elnoury | Undercover with a Muslim FBI Agent here! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
It is a Thursday edition of Glenn Clark Radio, lots to do on the show today even with the Ravens on bye this week as Navy hosts Notre Dame at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, Maryland travels to Happy Valley to take on the Nittany Lions and we have a side-bet to be settled in studio today by none other than Ken Zalis. At 10:15am, we will chat with the always busy Kenny Mayne, who was of course in New Orleans for the Ravens MNF win over the Saints, we'll get his thoughts on the game as we catch up and see what else Kenny has been up to. Ken Zalis will be joining us in-studio to settle last week's bet by consuming a heavy mayo and mint apple jelly sandwich, plus we'll make all our picks for this week's slate. At 10:50am, we'll chat with Spalding alum and Navy Football WR, Jayden Umbarger, ahead of their clash with the Irish in Baltimore this weekend at M&T Bank Stadium. At 11am, former Raven and now ESPN personality, Dominique Foxworth, will join us to talk Ravens after getting a chance to see the Ravens on prime time Monday night and get his thoughts on the defense and how the team is constructed. All that and much, much more on a busy Thursday on GCR. On this week's "Weekend at Bookies," Glenn and Griffin have NFL Week 10, College Football Week 11, soccer, and UFC 281 on their minds. At 11:50, our buddy Andrew Stetka gives us the "Stets and Figures" for his favorite picks of the week. And at 12:10, we break down the best World Series and the NFL weekend with Alloy Sports' Brad Kronthal.
If you haven't already voted for your candidate of choice via absentee ballot or at the polls for early voting, please, GO VOTE! Let your voice be heard. The opportunity / right to vote was denied for women and other minorities for so long. This is an opportunity to impact the future of our government. If you choose not to vote, you are also choosing not to complain about who is in office. Mentioned heard in this episode: US Air Force Brigadier General Robert S. Spalding III (http://linkedin.com/in/rspalding) was the U.S. Senior Defense Official and Defense Attaché to China, Beijing and from May 2017 to January 2018, Senior Director for Strategic Planning, National Security Council, White House, Washington D.C. While at the National Security Council, Spalding notably wrote a memo calling for nationalizing the development of 5G wireless network. James D. “Murph” Murphy is a former F-15 Instructor Pilot in the US Air Force. He is the Founder and Chairman of Afterburner.(https://www.afterburner.com/jim-murph-murphy/). Annette Whittenberger (https://tactical16.com/annette-whittenberger-author) | (https://summit.richabadami.com/annette-whittenberger) Jon Macaskill (https://macaskillconsulting.com/about-jon/) #YouveGotMettle | #VeteransHelpingVeterans | #Elections2022 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mettle-of-honor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mettle-of-honor/support
From washing trucks as a kid for Trial Bay Haulage to driving road trains, Peter Spalding has seen plenty over the years. His knowledge of history and his love for the industry shows in this interview and with almost 50 years behind the wheel, Pete sure has plenty to say in regard to the changes in vehicles and the changing face of the whole transport community. This is a great interview. TRUCKS - Kenworth Australia Gilbert & Roach Huntingwood, Isuzu, Kenworth, DAF Trucks For Sale Sydney | Gilbert & Roach Huntingwood (gilbertandroachsydney.com.au) Auto Parts & Spares - Filter Kits, Air Fuel Oil Filters, DPFs, Filter Cleaning, Mann Provent Oil Catch Can Kits - Western Filters Sydney Australia KWS Towing: Sydney, Newcastle Central Coast & South Coast NSW
EBB 244: Evidence on Artificial Rupture of Membranes, Assisted Vaginal Delivery, and Internal Monitoring. We are so excited to announce the upcoming release of a new Evidence Based Birth(R) Pocket Guide, all about Interventions! To give you a sneak peek to the Invention Pocket Guide, we are diving into the research and evidence on artificial rupture of membranes, assisted vaginal delivery an internal monitoring. Content note: Discussion of the benefits and risks of these interventions, including forceps and vacuum-assisted deliveries, which can be associated with birthing trauma for birthing people and babies, as well as the risk of mortality. Resources: Make sure you're on the Pocket Guide wait list by going here Amniotomy References: Kawakita, T., Huang, C-C, and Landy, H. J. (2018). Risk Factors for Umbilical Cord Prolapse at the Time of Artificial Rupture of Membranes. AJP Rep 8(2): e89-e94. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29755833/ Simpson, K. R. (2020). Cervical Ripening and Labor Induction and Augmentation, 5th Edition. AWHONN Practice Monograph 24(4): PS1-S41. https://bmcpregnancychildbirth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12884-019-2491-4 Smyth, R. M., Markham, C. & Dowswell, T. (2013). Amniotomy for shortening spontaneous labour. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 6:CD006167. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23780653/ Alfirevic, Z., Keeney, E., Dowswell, T., et al. (2016). Methods to induce labour: a systematic review, network meta-analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis. BJOG 123(9): 1462-1470. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27001034/ de Vaan, M. D. T., ten Eikelder, M. L. G., Jozwiak, M., et al. (2019). Mechanical methods for induction of labour. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 10: CD001233. https://www.cochrane.org/CD001233/PREG_mechanical-methods-induction-labour Simpson, K. R. (2020). Cervical Ripening and Labor Induction and Augmentation, 5th Edition. AWHONN Practice Monograph, 24(4), PS1-S41. https://nwhjournal.org/article/S1751-4851(20)30079-9/abstract Assisted Vaginal Delivery References: NHS article on forceps or vacuum delivery https://www.nhs.uk/pregnancy/labour-and-birth/what-happens/forceps-or-vacuum-delivery/ Bailey, P. E., van Roosmalen, J., Mola, G., et al. (2017). Assisted vaginal delivery in low and middle income countries: an overview. BJOG 124(9): 1335-1344. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28139878/ CDC Wonder Database Feeley, C., Crossland, N., Betran, A. P., et al. (2021). Training and expertise in undertaking assisted vaginal delivery (AVD): a mixed methods systematic review of practitioners views and experiences. Reprod Health 18(1): 92. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8097768/ Crossland, N., Kingdon, C., Balaam, M. C. (2020). Women's, partners' and health care providers' views and experiences of assisted vaginal birth: a systematic mixed methods review. Reprod Health 17:83. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7268509/ Hook, C. D., Damos, J. R. (2008). Vacuum-Assisted Vaginal Delivery. Am Fam Physician 78(8): 953-960. https://www.aafp.org/afp/2008/1015/p953.html Tsakiridis, I., Giouleka, S., Mamopoulos, A., et al. (2020). Operative vaginal delivery: a review of four national guidelines. J Perinat Med 48(3): 189-198. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31926101/ Verma, G. L., Spalding, J. J., Wilkinson, M. D., et al. (2021). Instruments for assisted vaginal birth. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD005455.pub3/full Internal Monitoring References: Euliano, T. Y., Darmanjian, S., Nguyen, M. T., et al. (2017). Monitoring fetal heart rate during labor: A comparison of three methods. J Pregnancy 2017: 8529816. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5368359/ Neilson, J. P. (2015). Fetal electrocardiogram (ECG) for fetal monitoring during labor. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 12: CD000116. https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD000116.pub5/full Harper, L. M., Shanks, A. L., Tuuli, M. G., et al. (2013). The risks and benefits of internal monitors in laboring patients. Am J Obstet Gynecol 209(1): 38.e1-38.e6. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3760973/ Bakker, J. J. H., Verhoeven, C. J. M., Janssen, P. F., et al. (2010). Outcomes after internal versus external tocodynamometry for monitoring labor. N Engl J Med 362(4): 306-13. https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMoa0902748?url_ver=Z39.88-2003&rfr_id=ori:rid:crossref.org&rfr_dat=cr_pub%20%200www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Frolova, A. I., Stout, M. J., Carter, E. B., et al. (2021). Internal fetal and uterine monitoring in obese patients and maternal obstetrical outcomes. Am J Obstet Gynecol MFM 3(1): 100282. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33451595/ Bakker, J. J. H., Janssen, P. F., van Halem, K. (2013). Internal versus external tocodynamometry during induced or augmented labor. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 8: CD006947. https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD006947.pub3/full van Halem, K., Bakker, J. J. H., VerHoeven, C. J., et al. (2011). Does use of an intrauterine catheter during labor increase risk of infection? J Maternal Fetal Neonatal Med 25(4): 415-418. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/14767058.2011.582905 For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit www.ebbirth.com. Find us on: TikTok Instagram Pinterest Ready to get involved? Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) here Find an EBB Instructor here Click here to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class.
Zak Kurtz who founded the law firm Sneaker & Streetwear Legal Services, discusses the intellectual property rights at stake in the breakup between Adidas and Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West.Anne Dana, a partner at King & Spalding, discusses New York City's pay transparency law, a growing trend in states and cities.June Grasso hosts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zak Kurtz who founded the law firm Sneaker & Streetwear Legal Services, discusses the intellectual property rights at stake in the breakup between Adidas and Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West.Anne Dana, a partner at King & Spalding, discusses New York City's pay transparency law, a growing trend in states and cities.June Grasso hosts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
During the 1940's more than 1,000,000 Spalding baseballs were sewn together in Brattleboro. Most of the work was done by women and young people not directly involved in the war effort.
We had a great chat with Shelley about strategies for getting time back and how @Pikmykid helps teachers to save time and promotes school safety! Hope you enjoy our chat and fun game! Connect with @Rdene915 @Mjmcalliwrites and @Pikmykid! Learn more here: Pikmykid --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
“A travel journal helps you remember more than what you did and saw. It will helps you remember how you became the person you are today.” –Lavinia Spalding In this episode of Deviate, Rolf and Lavinia talk about the section of Rolf's book The Vagabond's Way that touches on travel journaling, what what purposes a travel journal can serve (1:30); how journals give you perspective on the person you used to be, and how the journaling habit develops over time (9:00); strategies for being vulnerable and honest in a travel journal (15:00); strategies for being consistent with a journal on the road (19:00); employing non-visual senses and evoking less-than-ideal experiences to capture more subtle textures in a travel journal (25:30); how a journal gives you a pretext to approach and even interview people who interest you on the road (33:00); how to take notes in the field, how to maintain an ongoing relationship with old travel journals, and why travel journals serve to make a journey more meaningful (41:00). Lavinia Spalding (@laviniaspalding) is a travel writer and series editor of The Best Women's Travel Writing. She has author of Writing Away, and co-author of With a Measure of Grace and This Immeasurable Place. For more about Lavinia, check out http://laviniaspalding.com/. Notable Links: Jack London (novelist and journalist) Busan (city in South Korea) Before Sunrise (1995 Richard Linklater movie) Bullet journal (method of note-taking) Clove cigarettes Rainer Maria Rilke (Austrian poet) Khentrul Lodro Thaye Rinpoche (Buddhist lama) Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes (children's song) Vagabonding, by Rolf Potts (book) Travel Writing and Global Change (TEDx talk by Lavinia Spalding) The Deviate theme music comes from the title track of Cedar Van Tassel's 2017 album Lumber. Note: We don't host a “comments” section, but we're happy to hear your questions and insights via email, at email@example.com.
Cal Smith, co-head of M&A at King & Spalding, talked about the experience of watching his parents build a Burger King franchise and how it helped shape his approach to practicing law, in the latest episode of the podcast.
GUEST OVERVIEW: US Air Force Brigadier General (ret) Rob Spalding is the former White House National Security Council senior director for strategic planning and served in senior positions of strategy and diplomacy within the Defense and State Departments for more than 26 years. Rob is the founder and CEO of SEMPRE, the only true technology company created to protect and secure our most critical resource: data. Rob has served in senior positions of strategy and diplomacy within the Defense and State Departments for more than 26 years, retiring as brigadier general. He was the chief architect for the widely praised 2017 National Security Strategy and the Senior Director for Strategy to the President at the National Security Council. Rob's innovation while serving in the White House has led to a reset in national security and public policy regarding telecommunications in the US as well as globally.
Cheryl Hole and Nikki Druce are travelling to Spalding in Lincoln to learn about the chilling case of the UK's youngest double murderers, The Twilight Killers. It's a quiet Friday morning in April, 2016. A young teenage couple have been spending the last couple of days chilling out in a makeshift den in the downstairs of a suburban two bedroom house. They've been drinking, eating junk food and watching The Twilight Saga. Sounds like a classic scene, right? Well, what authorities didn't know is that all the while, there were the bodies of two innocent people upstairs. Police had two questions on their hands… who killed Liz and Katie Edwards, and why? Expect dramatic teens of whole new proportions, a sweet mother trying to do the best by her daughter, and a very very angry Cheryl. This episode contains graphic details of violence, including mentions of suicide, and is not intended for all audiences. Listener discretion is strongly advised. 00:00 - Intro 04:15 - Nikki sets the scene 05:34 - The Edwards Family 06:55 - Where things started going wrong for Kim Edwards 09:50 - The troubled childhood of Lucas Markham 14:49 - Katie and Lucas meet 15:55 - The teenage relationship progresses at an alarming rate 16:52 - Liz bans Kim from seeing Lucas 19:22 - Kim and Lucas run away 21:42 - The final straw for Kim 25:49 - The young couple head to McDonalds to plan the murder 28:15 - Kim and Lucas' failed attempts 30:54 - The night of the murder 32:02 - The murder of Kim Edwards 33:53 - The murder of Katie Edwards 35:51 - Minion pyjamas 36:34 - Kim and Lucas' post murder sleepover 38:15 - The police arrive 45:28 - Kim and Lucas are sentenced 46:25 - Where are they now? 48:36 - Outro This episode is sponsored by… Skin+Me: Head to www.skinandme.com and use the code QUEENS to get your first month for just £3.50, normally £24.99. For all things Killers, Cults and Queens, head over to @killerscultsqueens on Instagram. And follow Cheryl Hole @cherylholequeen and Nikki Druce @nikkimacabrelondon. Produced by Alexandra Jueno at Audioboom Studios. If you have been affected by any of the themes in this episode, please consider contacting the following resources: The Samaritans helpline: 116 123 Confidential Emotional Support Line: 01708 765200 Refuge domestic abuse helpline: 0808 2000 247 (live chat is also available at https://www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk/Contact-us *times apply) Safeline domestic abuse helpline: 01926 402 498 Safeline national male survivor helpline: 0808 800 5005 Sexual Assault Support Line: 01708 765200 Sane mental health line: 0300 304 7000 The knowledge out there on this topic is vast, so if your interest is peaked by this episode. Please take a look at our sources: Kim Edwards & Lucas Markham: The Twilight killers - Kids who kill THE TWILIGHT KILLERS - THE UK'S YOUNGEST DOUBLE MURDERERS | True Crime & Makeup Dinnerlady was killed by her own teenage daughter | Daily Mail Online My twisted sister got her boyfriend to stab our mum and sister to death before having sex with him downstairs Kim Edwards and Lucas Markham: the Twilight killers | Crime+Investigation UK Spalding double murder: Dad of tragic teen Katie Edwards leaves heartbreaking message saying 'kiss your mum for me' - Mirror Online Two 15-year-olds get life for murders of mother and daughter - BBC News Boy,15, who stabbed mother and daughter to death felt he was 'untouchable' St Pauls Chambers Reduce Sentence for Britain's Youngest Double Murderers
A Lexington high school has a major pest problem. Yesterday, Nathan Spalding, an English teacher at Henry Clay High School, posted a picture on Facebook of a snake curled up on his phone, which he says is just one example of how pests have invaded the building. Kentucky Fish and Wildlife staff identified it as a baby rat snake, which fell through a gap in the ceiling tiles. Spalding told the Herald-Leader that on the same day, a mouse fell from the ceiling of a different classroom and another colleague has had three mice fall from the ceiling of her classroom since school started last month. Find everything Tony P at https://www.tonyphenderson.com Music: Greg Klyma https://www.klyma.com I hate the news. Like, really hate the news. It's mostly just politics, and death, and scare tactics. So I decided to create my own news show - for people like me who hate the news - with nothing but funny and wacky stories from around the world. I call it Tony P. Oddcast.
Vidcast: https://youtu.be/0m_Mqo4Bm8M The CPSC and Spaulding are recalling Spaulding Momentous EZ Portable Basketball Goals. The welds in this device's arm attaching the backboard to the pole may fracture causing the backboard to fall and injure bystanders. About 13,400 of these basketball nets were sold in the US and 62 were sold in Canada. Immediately stop using these portable basketball goals and contact Spaulding at 1-800-558-5234 to arrange for a technician to remove the original arm and install a new arm on the goal system. https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2022/Spalding-Momentous-EZ-Portable-Basketball-Goals-Recalled-by-Russell-Brands-Due-to-Impact-Injury-Hazard #basketballgoal #spalding #backboard #injuries #recall
There's a stealth war being waged we need to talk about.Check The Lead-Lag Report on your favorite social networks.Twitter: https://twitter.com/leadlagreportYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/theleadlagreportFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadlagreportInstagram: https://instagram.com/leadlagreport Sign up for The Lead-Lag Report at www.leadlagreport.com and use promo code PODCAST30 for 2 weeks free and 30% off. Nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. The content in this program is for informational purposes only. You should not construe any information or other material as investment, financial, tax, or other advice. The views expressed by the participants are solely their own. A participant may have taken or recommended any investment position discussed, but may close such position or alter its recommendation at any time without notice. Nothing contained in this program constitutes a solicitation, recommendation, endorsement, or offer to buy or sell any securities or other financial instruments in any jurisdiction. Please consult your own investment or financial advisor for advice related to all investment decisions.See disclosures for The Lead-Lag Report here: The Lead-Lag Report (leadlagreport.com)The Personal Finance PodcastSubscribe now and Master Your Money in Less than 30 Minutes Per Week! Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Podcasting Power HourOne Hour of Podcasting Q&A with Jeff Townsend, aka The Podcast Father, Greg founder of...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
durée : 00:55:21 - Wayne Shorter, Terri Lyne Carrington, Leo Genovese & Esperanza Spalding - par : Alex Dutilh - Le quartet réunissant Wayne Shorter, Terri Lyne Carrington, Leo Genovese et Esperanza Spalding a été enregistré au Detroit Jazz Festival en 2017. Un concert dédié à la pianiste Geri Allen qui venait de disparaître alors qu'elle devait faire partie du groupe. Parution aujourd'hui chez Candid.
World champion outrigger canoe paddler and Kula, Maui mom Lauren Spalding joins us on 'Muthaship' this week! The Hawaiʻi waterwoman and surf-ski racer won the Molokai to Oahu solo championship 12 times! Spalding's amazing physical endurance was also featured in a short film by Yeti called "River Pirates". How does this superwoman manage to crush life's challenges and what's her personal motto? Listen to our conversation right now on the 'Muthaship' podcast on our website or search for 'Muthaship' wherever you download podcasts!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With nearly 3,000 Chipotle restaurants across the U.S. accepting 98 cryptocurrencies thanks to a partnership with Flexa ($AMP) to support crypto payments, Flexa has already established itself as a prime contender to lead the space of crypto payments. However, recently there's been a landslide of troubling news for $AMP (the token underpinning the flexa network). The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) listed several tokens as possible securities, among then AMP. This has prompted a few exchanges such as Binance.US to delist $AMP as a precautionary measure. Around the same time Gemini Pay removed all Flexa payments features from it's app, sparking confusion. On this episode, we're joined by Flexa Co-Founder Tyler Spalding to discuss the future of $AMP, Flexa, and crypto paymentsGuest: Tyler Spalding , Co-Founder at FlexaAMP Token website ➜ https://bit.ly/AMPTokenFlexa website ➜ https://bit.ly/FlexaNetwork
1:00 Playing for Coach Wilson 3:30 Transfer to Chesapeake 5:30 AAU experience 7:30 Style of play 8:30 Transition from playing to coaching 13:00 Coaching on the gridiron and court 15:00 Building relationships 17:00 Coaching public vs private 19:00 Spalding 21:30 Role on the coaching staff 23:30 Recruiting insights 25:30 Coaching philosophy 27:00 Stay Me7o 29:30 Misconceptions of AAU coaches 32:00 What makes the DMV different 34:00 Quick Hitters 38:00 Malik 42:30 Two sport athletes 49:30 His why --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoopthreadspod/support
This might be one of the most pessimist episodes that I have done! The China-Taiwan tension has been rising every day since The Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan. The question is what is she doing there? Why is she there? What brought her to Taiwan?With all the questions that I have, I invited General Robert Spalding, retired United States Air Force brigadier general, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, this work focuses on U.S.–China relations, economic and national security, and the Asia-Pacific military balance, and basically asked him, will the US win if the war breaks out?We break down whether was it propaganda when the media says China is enraged at the US because Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan. How much did China control? How much does the US rely on China in terms of Supply Chain? Could China have been sabotaging us all these years?Listen to the episode, and let us know what you think!Visit Notepd.com to read more idea lists, or sign up and create your own idea list!My new book Skip The Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever you get your new book!Join You Should Run For President 2.0 Facebook Group, and we discuss why should run for president.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts:Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook
Are you ashamed to talk about your pelvic floor? You're not alone. Millions of women suffer from incontinence and other pelvic floor disorders, but they're often too embarrassed to seek help. In this episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast, we're joined by Jana Danielson, a pelvic floor specialist who's here to dish the secrets to pelvic floor success. From how to keep things tight down there to how to manage incontinence, Jana's got the lowdown on everything you need to know about keeping your pelvic floor healthy and happy. Jana Danielson helps women have better pelvic floor function by using the Cooch Ball, the world's first patented pelvic floor fitness tool for women. She is an Amazon Best Selling Author, the Founder of Lead Pilates and Lead Integrated Health Therapies, and the Metta District, an online wellness community. Jana has coached and consulted with tens of thousands of women from all over the world to help improve their quality of life, their confidence, and their impact in this world. In this episode, you'll learn: The symptoms of a weak pelvic floor and how to know if you have one How the pelvic floor is connected to the whole body and why it's important to keep it strong The secrets to pelvic floor success How to keep things tight down there How to manage incontinence The importance of pelvic floor health So, whether you're suffering in silence or just want to learn more about how to take care of your lady parts, this is the episode for you! Tune in now and get started on your journey to pelvic floor success. (00:00): Joseph Pilates said, breath is the first and last act of life. And somewhere in the middle, we forget how to do it. What does this have to do with the secrets to pelvic floor success, stay tuned and you'll find out. (00:15): So the big question is how do women over 40, like us keep weight off, have great energy balance. Our hormones in our moods feel sexy and confident and master midlife. If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself. Again. As an OB GYN, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates our rock solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy. After 40 in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue. Now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results. And to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges, join me for tangible natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin Dunston welcome to the hormone prescription podcast. (01:09): Hi, everybody. Welcome back to the hormone prescription with Dr. Kyrin. Thanks so much for joining me today. We're talking about pelvic floor disorders and how to be successful in helping and healing them today with Jana Danielson, you're gonna love her. It really struck me how incredibly revolutionary what she has created is after I interviewed her and looked more into the product that she's developed and the educational platform that she's developed for women suffering with pelvic floor disorders, which is, mm, a lot of us as we age, frankly, and she's gonna go through, how do you identify if you have a pelvic floor disorder, it's not really common Parlin that we say, Hey, do you have a pelvic floor disorder? And so she's gonna talk about the symptoms that you would be having that could alert you, that you have some type of pelvic floor dysfunction going on. (02:12): And more than that, she's got solutions, amazing solutions. And I really love how, when we lean into the problems that we're so hard, lean into those questions that we can come up with some revolutionary answers and solutions. And Jana did just that. So I'm gonna tell you a little bit about her and then we'll get started. So Jana Danielson helps women have better pelvic floor function by using the cooch ball. The world's first patented pelvic floor fitness tool for women. She's an Amazon bestselling author, the founder of lead Pilates and lead integrated health therapies and the meta district, an online wellness community, Jana has coached and consulted with tens of thousands of women from all over the world world to help improve their quality of life, their confidence, and their impact in this world. Welcome Jana. (03:06): Thank you, Dr. Dunston. It's great to be here. (03:09): I'm so excited to have you join me today. We haven't really talked about pelvic floor health on the podcast, how that's happened. I don't even know cuz it's a super important topic and you've created an amazing product for women to use before we talk about that. Can you talk a little bit about how you became so interested in and became an expert in pelvic floor health for women? (03:33): Yeah, absolutely. So I am the mom of three boys. They're now 17, 19 and 21. So I, it's not like I'm a new mom, but in my career I had a career shift about 16 or 17 years ago from the world of corporate into wellness, entrepreneurship and Pilates actually for me became a vehicle that I used for my own healing. A lot of undiagnosed pain, a lot of protecting a lot of holding, a lot of tension in my body, which created a lot of dysfunction and a lot of disconnection from my body. And so through Pilates, I started to understand the way our body worked as systems. You know, we're not pieces. We think sometimes were arms and legs and organs and skin and hair. And, but we're much more than that. We're a skeletal system and lymphatic system and a reproductive system and a digestive system. (04:26): And what I started learning through my training and my own healing was that these systems when compromised are not just standalone compromised systems, they're gonna impact other systems in the body. And when that happens, using the hyphenated word, DISE dis-ease is one of the outcomes that can be present in the body. And that's what was happening with me. I became a very, I was, I looked seemingly healthy on the outside, but on the inside I was slowly, I felt like I was slowly dying. I was losing my voice. I became a very, not so confident. Young woman didn't know if I'd ever be able to be a mom. Didn't know why I would marry my high school sweetheart, who just proposed to me because my body was not working for me. And when I found Pilates, it completely changed my life. And as part of that, I guess, experience 16 weeks into starting my Pilates journey. I was off all 11 medications that I had been prescribed to manage different symptoms that I had been experiencing for two years prior to that. And it really intrigued me. (05:36): Could you talk a little bit about what was going on for you in detail? Like you said, your body just wasn't working for you, you're on all these medications. I know everybody's wondering like what in the world was happening. (05:47): So for me it was manifesting or presenting itself as digestive pain. And this had started when I think back to it, like back in high school, I am the first born child. I am a pretty driven individual and I would get this pain. And I always in my mind just thought, well that's because I am vying for that high mark on that test. Or I wanna make that team or I want it right. And I just chalked it up to nerves. My little small town doctor also chalked it up to nerves and I just started taking tongues. Cause I just thought it was, you know, a little bit of acid in my gut. And it turned out to be much more than that. The pain, it was like a, a baseball size pain just back from my belly button. And it would overcome me. I would be doubled over. (06:37): It was hard to breathe. I would find myself sitting at my desk at work, kind of pressing the angle of the desk into just above my belly button and I would breathe and that would kind of calm it down for me. It hurt when I moved, it hurt when I didn't move. It hurt when I was sexual with my then fiance, it hurt when I was going for groceries it, so I actually named my pain. I named my pain, the edge and it personified that part of me that I had zero control over and it helped me to, to cope. Right. And so the medications started to get added on as I went through a process of specialist specialist specialist, this test, that test to the point where I sat with members of my medical team. And they told me that they believed that the pain was in my head and that I was seeking attention and that there was nothing more that they could do for me. (07:31): And so that's when Pilates, it was a dark time for me. I was in a very, not so great space in my mind. Back then, I wouldn't have said that I was depressed, but as I look back, yeah, I was. And what I decided one day when I saw Madonna on the cover of a fitness magazine in the grocery store and it had the word Pilates splashed across it, I decided that I would buy that magazine and read that article because I was a big Madonna fan. And what I read was words that talked about alignment of the spine and breathing with this muscle called the diaphragm and balance with the front of the body and the back of the body. And there was words like eccentric, like length and muscles. And I thought, oh, this is kind of like yoga. I should do this. (08:18): You know, I had a yoga practice and I went to my first Pilates class and it actually was one of the most disturbing lack of confidence, 50 minutes of my life. And if I wasn't such darn keener, and if I hadn't taken my new Pilates mat to the front row of that class, I would've rolled it up and I would've made a B line, but I, I went right to the front right by the instructor. And when she started speaking to me that day, she should have been speaking a foreign language because she was saying things like inhale through your nose to expand the space in your torso, exhale out of your mouth, make this H a ha sound. As you let the air exit and you let your ribs melt into, like, she was saying these things. And I was like, what is she actually saying? (09:08): Cause my down body would not do any of it. And I didn't know, should I laugh or should I cry? And, and after the class I rolled up my mat and my instructor walked up to me and she, well, she said to me, just hang, hang out for a few minutes. So she said goodbye to everybody else. She walked up to me, and she wrapped her arms around me. And I melted, I burst into tears because for the first time in my life, I actually did not know what was wrong with me because I couldn't do the simple act of breathing. The first thing we do when we (09:48): On (09:48): His body, right, is we take that first big gasp of air and we breathe. I couldn't even do that. And it was very humbling for me. And all my instructors said to me that day was come back on Thursday. That's all she said. And she opened up her arms and I walked out and my husband was waiting for me or my fiance at that point was waiting for me outside. And I walked out and it looked like I was chopping onions. My eyes were like red and puffy from crying. And he is like, what the hell just happened in that class? Like why, why, why are you on your knees crying? And I was like, I just have to come back on Thursday. That's all I kept saying, I have to come back on Thursday. And that was one of those defining moments for me in my life, where I was, where I realized maybe I was looking in the wrong place for my healing. Maybe I actually had the empowerment to see within me if I could heal here first. And that's what I did. And over the next 16 weeks, I went twice a week to that class and I practiced and I practiced and I practiced. And by Christmas of that year, I had weaned myself off of all 11 of my medications. And I was just ripe for wanting to know more about the body. And that's really how my journey started. (11:08): Okay. Yeah. You know, we who do yoga, we think we know Pilates, and then you go to a Pilates class and you're like, I don't know Jack about this and the breathing I'm with you. You go. And it's like, have I ever breathed the breath in my life? You think where you go to Pilates? Like you're doing it all wrong. OK. So that started your journey. And then you eventually became a master teacher, and you've got companies that teach Pilates. Yeah. And so what led to the pelvic floor revelation? (11:39): Yeah. So for me through my Pilates training and going to different conferences and meeting different people, I was always intrigued. So before Pilates, I used to teach other forms of fitness. And I never had heard before that the pelvic floor was a part of the core. I always thought your erectus abs and your O Bleaks and your transverse abs, that was your core. And as I started to learn that the core, the way I was taught is a cylindrical-shaped system. You have on the very outer layer at the front of your body, your six pack, right? Those reus, a dominance, and then deeper to that, you have the sling system of the internal and external or external O Bleaks that twist you and, you know, pick up your purse off the floor. Then you've got those deep transverse abs that start in your low back, wrapped to your front, like a corset to give you shape and posture security for your POS or for your organs. (12:35): But then there's a top and a bottom to that cylinder. The diaphragm is the main muscle of respiration like that mushroom cap sits at the top of the cylinder of the core. And the pelvic floor finishes the structure as the floor of the core. And I was like, okay, wait a minute. So this is actually true when I'm doing my abdominal work through Pilates or before I used to teach boot camps. I never ever once cued my own body or cued my clients to activate their pelvic floor as they were doing a plank or doing, you know, curling up doing a roll up in Pilates. And I was like, how did I miss this? What did I do to miss this major fact? And so I just started digging more and more and more. And through my learning, I understood that the diaphragm and the pelvic floor work in a unit as a system like BFFs in the body. (13:29): So when the diaphragm is not properly functioning and as women, we carry attention in two main spots, right? Head, neck, and shoulders and through the pelvis. So we have been given this primary breathing muscle in our body, the diaphragm that's huge and very underutilized. And then of course, we've been given the secondary breathing muscles that live in our neck, they're called the scale lanes and the sternal mastoid. And they're like little strips of like beef jerky. They're meant to help when needed. They're not meant to be like the lead actress in a movie, but for so many of us, because of our forward head carriage, the tension we carry, you know, we grip our jaw. We forget to breathe during the day we use those little beef jerky muscles as the primary breathers. And so at that point, ladies, we're like a little, a beautiful little goldfish using our gills to breathe on the side of our neck, adding more and more and more tension. (14:31): Cuz those muscles already have a job. They ought to hold our head up. We forget that we have this beautiful big muscle to diaphragm that when, when not used, when not functional directly impacts our pelvic floor. And I was like, it was like this light bulb moment where I was like, oh my gosh, I need to start teaching this way. I need to start teaching beyond the keel cuz it is, I call it beyond the keel because when a keel, any movement taught improperly can be detrimental from a functional perspective. Right. So I just started like gobbling up more and more information and trying different things out. And the women I was teaching, it was like, again, like me in that first Pilates class, I was speaking a different language. They're like, we're supposed to be using our pelvic floor when we breathe. And I'm like, yes, on the exhale, it's like drawing, you know, drawing that pelvic floor up like slurping up a straw, like picking up a grape with your vagina. (15:30): That's the exhale. Because when we take a big breath in our lungs filled with air, our diaphragm is at rest because the diaphragm from the pelvic floor buddies, when the diaphragm rest, the pelvic floor has to rest. When we exhale the lungs empty of air, the diaphragm gets to kind of come into its full glory and work. And that's when the pelvic floor works. Right? So that's why when we're lifting up our kids or picking up weights or bags of groceries, we wanna lift and stand on that exhale phase of breath. It's gonna protect our low back our organs and our pelvic cause our pelvic floor is in action. So that's what started to intrigue me. And then I did some work with Dr. Bruce Crawford. Who's a urogynecologist from Reno, Nevada, and his research showed that 90% of women with any sort of pelvic floor dysfunction, either coughing or sneezing and peeing a bit, or you know, hyper tone where there's just a lack of tone in the muscle or frequency where I don't have to go pee now. (16:28): But like in a nanosecond, if I don't get to the bathroom, I'm gonna have an accident. All of those women, if there were 10 of them in a room, nine of those women could be taught how to use those muscles connect with those nerves and release that fascia in that area in a new way to create an environment for function. Only one of those women would have to get wheeled into a surgery room to get a pelvic floor mesh pinup surgery. And I was like, hold on here. So what you're saying is that movement can heal 90% of these cases. How empowering is that? And that's really what was the impetus for me to be like, I wanna do more about this. And I knew already for my Pilates training, that things like, you know, using a foam roller or a pinky release ball on your shoulders or a foam roller on your it band, the, you know, the piece of fashion between and the hip would provide healing release of the fascia, healthy blood flow oxygen, rich nutrient, rich environment for those cells to flourish. I was like, how would I create that in the pelvic floor? And that's what I did with the Cooch ball. And, and when I started to educate about it, it was challenging for me because no one talks about their pelvic floor. Everyone pretends they're good. Like (17:43): Everyone pretends, they don't have one. No, they don't have a vagina because nobody talks about, they think, think vagina is a bad word, which it's not, but let's back up a little bit, cuz this is really good. So some people know what we're talking about when we said pelvic floor dysfunction, you mentioned briefly some of the symptoms. Yeah. But just so everybody listening can identify, is this me? Or is this not me? Okay. I mean, it probably applies to most women who have had children because there's so much dysfunction that occurs when that big baby comes through and rips through everything. But can you kind of go through the symptoms that women would be identifying or noticing if they have pelvic floor dysfunction? (18:29): Yeah. Okay. So think of it like a continuum, like a number line. Okay. So on one end of the spectrum, we have what is called hyper H Y P E R tonic. Okay. Hyper tone. Too much tone, too much tension too tight. Okay. So constipation is actually a very common symptom that a lot of women don't realize can be attributed to the pelvic floor pain during intercourse is another symptom of a pelvic floor that is too tight, right? Even just general pelvic floor pain can be an indicator of some dysfunction in that area. On the other side of the spectrum, there is high tone. H I P oone a lack of tone. All right, there can be, this is where yeah. You might cough or sneeze or a laugh and have a little bit of wedding, or maybe you're starting a learn to run program. (19:32): Although I do have to say in hyper tone, sometimes that coughing or sneezing too can cause a little bit of an accident because you're holding, holding, holding all the time and you do that sneeze. Right. And there's a little bit of displacement of, of urine. And so those are some of the more common there is urge frequency as well. And urge is actually, it is a pathway, a neural pathway that starts to get developed when we don't wait for our bladder to actually completely fill before the brain sends the message. Like I better go to the bathroom. And so what happens over time and we've probably all done this before, even as moms like to our kids, okay, we're going on a little road trip, go to the bathroom. I don't need to go mom, just go try, but I don't have to go, just go try. (20:18): Right. And we, we sit when they just don't need to, or you just don't need to then don't because what that starts to train is if you start to empty your bladder and it's only a third full, when it gets a third full, your brain's gonna be like, oh, it's a third fold and you're gonna go and you're gonna pee for like five seconds and be like, well, is that it right? And then less than an hour later, you're gonna be going again. So there's all of these little parts to pelvic floor, you know, health and wellness, wellness. Now women who have had yes, large babies, a hundred percent, there can be some pelvic floor dysfunction women going into menopause. I think we just anticipate as our hormones are changing, the tone of the pelvic floor is gonna change. And that's just become something we just expect as we age. (21:05): And it doesn't necessarily always have to be that way. I have clients who have never had babies. I have had clients I have had actually moms buy my product for their 9, 10, 11 year old tween daughters who are still wetting the bed and don't wanna go to a sleepover because they, and in a lot of these cases, these young girls are like high level dancers or figure skaters or performers. And they are, they're teaching their body to hold right, to create a shape. And they're actually having pelvic floor dysfunction at those ages being shown as bedwetting. And we've had tremendous success there. Right? So one of the main messages through this education around what is a pelvic floor dysfunction symptom is it's not just for older ladies and women that have had babies. It's like, we think about, we want strong glutes so we can walk up and downstairs. (22:08): We want strong arms so we can, you know, have a high level of functioning in our life activities of daily living. But yet, like you said earlier on tuck to Dunton, there's some people that don't even think we have a pelvic floor or they'll use terms like down there, like you said, they don't use vagina. They don't talk about any of that. And men too have pelvic floors, men, pelvic floor dysfunction can show itself as erectile dysfunction. It can show itself as back pain, tight hips, even in women. Right? And there's a main nerve that comes out of our brain down into that area of our body called the ental nerve. And the Al nerve is pretty special. Cause it does two main things. It's a sensory nerve. So the sensuality of that area of our body, and it's a motor nerve, it's like the main messaging system from our brain to our pelvic floor. (22:58): And even things as simple as our posture, putting our phone in our back pocket. Think back to our high school days. I know maybe some of you were like me where I would lay on my bed with a coat hanger to zip up my acid wash jeans, cuz they were so tight, right? Like remember those days. And so even the clothing that we wear, the shoes that we wear, it all plays into this ability for this floor. It's a series of muscles that are kind of layered on each other, like a hammock. And over time when we don't take care of it because we live on a planet with gravity, prolapse can be an outcome of a lack of pelvic floor understanding and health because those organs can start to descend mm-hmm and we can fix in a grade one and two, but once those organs have start to displace themselves outside of the body, all the cooch ball work in the world is not gonna bring those back up inside. So we wanna avoid that, (24:01): Right? Oh my God. So this is such a good conversation. So I have to give a little Latin lesson real quick. When I was in medical school and we had to learn anatomy, we had this ginormous book with all these Latin terms and we had to memorize them. I was obsessed with looking up at the origins of these words. So Pual is from Latin. It means ashamed. And it is the nerve that interviews the vulva and vagina. Is that ridiculous? Right? And that's where hysterectomy comes from. They said that that was what made a woman's womb is what made her hysterical. So hysterectomy was taking out the hysteria part of her. So I know, I hope everyone is very upset right now hearing this, but this is how the female genitalia has been named. So there's a reason why we're all ashamed to say vagina. (24:52): We act like we don't have one. We call it down there. And so I wanna say free yourself, everybody pause this recording. And I want you to scream out loud right now, vagina, vagina, vagina. okay. And start calling your parts by their anatomic names. But actually vagina comes from also, I can't remember if it's Greek or Latin, which means the sheath of a man's sword. That's what vagina comes from. So you really don't wanna call it that either. So Yi is kind of the thing that we should be calling it. So I correct myself. I forgot that. So Yi. So anyway, I had to say that, but I think this is fascinating. What you're saying about girls, young girls. I had no idea about that. And then I also wanted to ask you, a lot of women suffer with Vaness, you know, where they get this spasm of those pelvic floor muscles, making intercourse painful, if not impossible, especially if there's a history of sexual trauma. Is this something that you would include in pelvic floor dysfunction that the ball that you're gonna tell us all about in a second might help. (26:02): Yeah, absolutely. And you know, there is such a right now my latest anatomical obsession is the so as muscle and I'm like really diving D I, I go through these phases, right. And I am just right now, like super obsessed with the function that the, so as plays with the pelvic floor and the pelvic organs and the location of them. And so when you talk about Vaness and any sort of like spasmodic experience that, that people have when I'm using and kind of coaching on with, with my coach ball clients, sometimes we don't go right into the pelvic floor. Like we actually will work around it. So we'll get them, get them to actually start using their ball. And we'll talk more about it as a way to like a pelvic floor release laying on their tummy or sorry, a so as release, laying on their tummy, we'll do a lot of work into the sacrum, you know, into that SI area with the ball, we do a lot of release work through part of the glute, especially through the pure form. (27:12): And we start to just gently pay attention to get some healthy blood flow and a little bit of like aha around the area. And then, you know, we'll come into working with the pelvic floor, cuz sometimes there's such a pattern like you, you mentioned trauma, especially with sexual trauma. There is such a deeply rooted pattern neurologically that the Physica like, you know, that woman literally has no control will just get, even get the ball close to her, sitting on it. And she's like, I'm out camped. Right? Right. So we really have to focus on and we play around with breath. We'll do some sniffing breath. We'll do some more calming breath work. And that's why it's kind of like that. I always explain it to my women. Like if you see a squirrel and you've got a handful of sunflower seeds and you really want that little squirrel to eat those sunflower seeds, you kind of have to turn your head away from the Palm of your hand. As you slowly bring it down to the ground and slide over to the squirrel. Otherwise if you come hard and fast, the squirrel's gonna dart, right? Mm-Hmm this in a lot of cases with our pelvic floor, we need to come at it in a slow, steady way so that our brain, our mind and our body can come together to start to have a bit of a healing experience. (28:34): Okay. Great point. So now let's get to talking about this amazing device that you developed and I know everybody can't see because this is audio only. So you're gonna have to check out Jana's webinar on it. She'll and you can watch it. So talk about the Cooch ball. (28:53): Yeah. So the Cooch ball was the outcome of me sitting night after night at my kitchen table with my complaining about why does no one talk about the pelvic floor? Why did none of my clients ask me questions? And then my inbox is full. Like I, you know, I was on my little rant and finally he said to me, Janna, do something about it or stop talking about it. And it was like I said, what do you mean do something about it? He's like, well, make something, create something, create something that you can use to help your clients connect with this part of their body. And I was like, okay. And the next day I started creating and I started just playing around as a mom of three boys. We had all different kinds of balls in our basement. I started sitting on them and it was kind of like the three bears, some were way too hard and way too small. (29:43): Some were way too big and way. And I was like, I'm just gonna make my own. And that's what I did. I spent in my true entrepreneurial fashion, I got on the phone and I was calling big corporate sporting goods manufacturers like Spalding will. And I would introduce myself and I'd be I'm Janet Danielson from Saskatoon, Canada. And I'm a Pilates instructor and I wanna make this pelvic floor ball. Who would I talk to in your organization? And I would get, I got laughed at, I got hung up on and I just, I didn't quit. I didn't quit. And so I found a manufacturer offshore and I created the ball and I got a patent lawyer and he's like, yep, there's a design and utility patent here. I got, my first unit arrived in January of 2020. I was off to Tampa for a shark tank type entrepreneurial competition with the home shopping network. (30:33): And I won that competition and was scheduled to go back to Tampa, to shoot my first eight minute show in April of 2020. And then the gift of COVID landed on our doorstep three weeks before. And I put, I just put up a landing page and started a webinar. And that's the humble beginnings of the coach ball. The focus of it, why it's called the cooch ball. First of all is because I wanted it to have a sassy, chic name. I wanted it to catch people's attention and I wanted to start the conversation. That was my number one. Why pick a name that might be a little edgy for some people because it opens the door to having the conversation and that's what needs to happen. It's called the ball for men. It's a three minute experience ladies. It is what happens on the ball. (31:28): And I really rooted into the research that I, the Dr. Bruce Crawford, I had mentioned him before, is that any muscle in our body that is lacking oxygen rich, nutrient rich, and is restricted in its function because of this connective tissue called fascia, think of fascia as like cheese cloth, or like linen that wraps every single fiber of muscle in our body. And it not only wraps it, but it starts to restrict like AOA constrict or snake. It starts to restrict and stick to it. And it basically suffocates the muscle from the oxygen-rich nutrient-rich blood that it needs to thrive. When that happens, the muscle slowly starts to become dysfunctional and die. So when we wanna improve the function of our body, the look, the, feel, the function we need blood flow. When you sit on the ball and you work up to three minutes a day and you can sit on your couch, you can sit on the floor. (32:28): If you can't get on the floor, you just sit on a chair and you breathe diaphragmatically so that the weight of your body, when it's on the ball creates this beautiful interaction where that cheese cloth type tissue, the fascia starts to melt because of the force of the ball in the area. All right, we start to feel tingly, warm blood flow. And for some women, it takes weeks and weeks and weeks to actually experience the blood flow because there's so tight or so disconnected, they don't feel it, but that's the biofeedback that our body gives us. Right? And then the diaphragmatic breathing that I walk, you know, my women through gets the diaphragm working and wakes up the pelvic floor. So that in this three minute experience, you're getting the release and you're getting the strength simultaneously. And it, it it's I, regardless of where you fall on that spectrum of hypertonic and hypotonic that we talked about 10 minutes ago, because it's a duality, the duality of the experience on the ball meets the needs of really any body. So that's how it works. (33:40): Okay. So you sit on it, you do certain breathing practices, which you teach and it works by increasing blood flow. It doesn't go. Cause when I first saw it, I was like, is she gonna have put that inside our vagina? Cause how many inches is it? (33:56): It's five graciously. It's a five inch diameter. So I (34:02): , (34:03): No, this bad girl is just, it's an external product. Yeah. And it's great. You know what? I have women that use this. I'm a big proponent of pelvic floor physiotherapy. So it's a great compliment to pelvic floor physiotherapy. I have clients who have been fitted for pessaries that use this with their pessary. So it really does not discriminate as far as where you are in your pelvic health journey. If you are tuning into this podcast and you're like, this is the first time I'm actually learning about all of this. And I need a little bit more my product. It's not just for those advanced learners that have an understanding of their anatomy and what happens. No, it really is for everybody. Even if you think, well, I don't cough and sneeze and pee. I don't have pain during intercourse. It's preventative maintenance. Just as much as it is healing. Something that may slightly dysfunctional. (34:59): Okay. So let me ask, is it like Perineum massage? Is that what you would kind of call it? Is that what it's doing to increase blood flow or (35:08): Yes. I mean, it does, obviously you're sitting right on your perineum. Honest, there is gonna be that sensation, not so much like massage, but more just like maybe stretch I would say, but what's happening inside the body is the weight of the body on the ball. Like I said, is getting to those fascial restrictions in and around that muscle tissue, it's also freeing up. Like we learned earlier, the ental nerve that ashamed nerve. It is giving that nerve a little bit of room to be like, oh my gosh, I can now send messages more clearly and receive them. I can now have more sensation here because I don't have that fascia that's restricting me. I have all of this amazing blood flow that is nurturing me and I can really start doing, I can reconnect what my job actually is, what my function actually is. Mm-Hmm so, so those are some of the things that are happening, like simultaneously from a physiological perspective while you're on the ball. (36:11): Okay. So now I know somebody's thinking this, so I gotta ask it. Yeah. Do people ever have orgasms while they're using it? (36:18): Okay. So let me tell you this. So yes, yes. And I'm gonna give an example in my own life. So I never thought of myself as someone that was blocked, right? Like I'm a pretty open person. I, you know, anyways, my work with my roots chakra and exploring my own body is I am like light years where I was three years ago. When I started playing around with this idea of launching this ball, you guys, ladies, there is so much magic. Our pelvis is like a cauldron. We have become so disconnected from our divine feminineness and, and the power, the sheer power we hold in the pelvic bowl of our body and the roots chakra in what it can do as the base of our channeling. Our energies are just the magic that we are as women and the sensuality and orgasmic experience on the ball can be very real. (37:29): Yeah. Because the erectile tissue, isn't just in the clitoris, everybody listening, if you're not familiar with your clitoris, you need to listen up. But it is a little mini penis, the, the arms and legs, hopefully you caught Susan Bratton's anatomy lesson at the stop the menopause madness summit, if you're listening. Cause she described it beautifully. They go all the way around the opening to the vagina under the pubic bone. So it seems to me, if you're sitting on the cooch ball and you're moving, that's getting stimulated. I love how you describe the pelvis as a caldron. That's really cool. But yes, so many women, oh my gosh. It makes me wanna cry. When women say I've never had a orgasm, Dr. Kyrin. And I'm just like, oh my gosh. And they didn't have anyone to talk to about it. They didn't feel comfortable talking to their doctors about it. And it really is your birthright ladies. And it's so important. It helps to balance your hormones for God's sake. So it's very important for your overall health. You have that functionality for a reason. So do you have any stories that you can share with us about women who maybe were having blocked sexuality? Maybe they never have an orgasm or maybe they were having difficulty to orgasm or maybe women who were just for having other pelvic floor dysfunction and then they used this and they had improvement. (38:53): Yeah. Yeah. You know, I wanna share a story with a young client. I had, she was in her late twenties. She had spent, since she was a little girl, you guys remember like the river dance, the Highland dancing fourth. Yeah. And so she was a Highland dancer. She was an elementary school teacher, like I said, newly married. And she came to me and in, within about three minutes of us connecting in her first session, she was in tears and I'll never forget the words she said to me. She said, Janna, I've been married for six months. I've been with my new husband for almost two years. She said on Wednesdays, I wake up and I have the worst headache. And my stomach is in knots all day long because Wednesday nights are the night in her words that I let him buck and I am in such pain for that 15 minutes. (39:47): And I'm manifesting all of this anxiety all day long on Wednesday, knowing that when we go into bed, I, this is gonna be my experience. And then I wake up on Thursday morning and I'm so thankful that I have another seven days before it happens again. She said, I am fearful that I will lose my husband. I am fearful that I will never be a mom. And she said, I have never in my life experienced any form of pleasure, any form of sexual pleasure, I don't believe it actually exists. And this was through her SOS. Right? And so we got her going with the ball. She probably I'm gonna say the first week or so that she was using her Cooch ball. She was maybe able to stay on it for about 30 seconds. That was it. And we would use like one of those, it was called a sit fit. (40:40): So it was kind of like a spy like cushion, right? She couldn't even sit on the hard floor on it. We had to take a little bit of the ouch factor away and we would just focus on her breathing. And so 30 seconds turned into 60 seconds about a month or six weeks after that, she started telling me that there's not as much pain on Wednesday nights. And we would just, we were progressing and progressing and progressing. And I'm gonna say about four months in, she came to her weekly session and she said, Dana, I, I didn't orgasm. But she said, I actually didn't cry while my husband was making love to me, I was able to relax. And I could think of myself being on the coach ball and on the inhale relaxing. And she said, he said that being inside my vagina was a completely different experience for him. (41:31): It wasn't like he was trying to, to break through a rock wall. And it was a beautiful story because about seven months after we started working together, she got pregnant with her first baby. She was, became so confident in herself, in her relationship. And that's a story for me that is really special because like you said, it is our birth right to be able to experience our body or have, you know, ourselves or have someone experience in that way to create that outcome. And there are so many women, like you said, that just either don't believe it's in the cards for them or they don't deserve it. And that's not true. (42:12): Yes. That, isn't true. What a beautiful story. And I love how this ball really is. There's so much more we could talk about, I'm thinking of a million questions, but I know we've been at it for almost an hour, so we probably need to wrap up, but I'm gonna invite everyone definitely to get your free gift and a tenure webinar for sure. But that whole, that SAC chakra, the sexual chakra, the roots chakra so much trauma for women in that area related to our emotions related to our sexuality related to our power in the world. And I love how, what you created is really, it's kind of a concrete way for women to conceptualize and begin to not only address physical problems in that area, but bring attention to those emotional, spiritual, energetic blocks, I think is what I hear you saying, is that right? (43:08): Yes. That's exactly what I'm saying. It's not a one dimension physical thing. There are all these other aspects of the emotionality, the sensuality, the spirituality, and you start to uncover them in layers. That's the beautiful thing is you start to uncover them in layers and just that sense of consciousness and moving up that scale so that it is joyful. It is a joyful part of your body, not a part that you despise or pretend doesn't exist. (43:38): Awesome. Well thank you for making that. I can't wait to get mine. Jana's sending me one. I'll let you all know how I do with it and how it unfolds for me. Maybe we'll have Jana back. If you love this episode, let me know. Cuz there is so much more that we can talk about. I didn't even get to share some of the amazing quotes she had from Joseph Pilates. I'll share this one, but then we gotta wrap up, breathing is the first and last act of life. And somewhere in the middle, we forget how to do it. And I love how you talked about the core really is it's a ball with a top of the diaphragm, the bottom of the pelvic floor and then the side walls. And so relearning how to breathe is something that you help women to do. And while you heal their pelvic floor, we have a link in the notes to a four part mini masterclass that has created for, for you, how to transform pain into inspiration. We will have the link in the show notes, and then you have a webinar coming up soon, the healthy pelvic floor webinar. And I know you do those regularly. So do you wanna tell people about the free gift they can download and the webinar that you're offering? (44:53): Yeah, absolutely. So the free gift ladies is really my, the roadmap that got me out of my pain cycle. So I offer it's a four part little mini series, 15 minutes of a session. And it's just one strategy that you can start doing in that moment to help to change your life. And then of course the healthy pelvic floor webinar, the link like Dr Kyrin said to register will be in the show notes. We just take a different approach at different than what you've learned today on the podcast. We're gonna learn some of the secrets of the pelvic floor and it really is the perfect time. If you feel like a coach ball is in your future, I'm gonna say this as a businesswoman, don't get it today. Don't go and register using the link that Dr. Kyrin gives you to go to the webinar because there are some really great offers that you can't get on my website. So (45:55): Right. (45:55): Be patient be patient is only a couple weeks away. Wait for that webinar on the 1st of September. And then you will grab a bunch more value and bonuses that you otherwise would be unable to. (46:08): Yeah, you definitely wanna use the link cause you'll get goodies that you won't get on the website, but thank you for that. Thank you for joining us today. Jana, it's been wonderful talking with you. Like I said, we could talk about so many things related to this topic and maybe after I've had my cooch ball experience, we will have you back, and we can talk some more (46:28): Amazing (46:30): Thank you for so much. And thank you all for joining us for another episode of the hormone prescription podcast. I hope you have learned something inspirational, informational that will help you move your health towards the brilliance that you deserve. I want you to take action. You know, I tell you that every week and really what I want you to do is sign up for Janna's webinar on the pelvic floor secret and listen to all her wisdom about the pelvic floor. Because as you can hear, and from listening, probably more of us women than not have pelvic floor dysfunction and who couldn't always have better sexuality and sensuality, that's really part of good hormone balance and good health. So go check it out, click link in the show notes and I will see you next week until then peace, love and hormones. (47:25): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40. When we learn to speak hormone and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. If you're enjoying this podcast, I'd love it. If you give me a review and subscribe, it really does help this podcast out so much. 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Esperanza Spalding won her fifth Grammy this year for best jazz vocal album for Songwrights Apothecary Lab. But since Spalding moved back to her hometown of Portland during the pandemic, she's been working on a different kind of project: establishing what she calls a sanctuary for BIPOC artists to gather and create. She's now raised $300,000 to purchase a space in North Portland. We talk with Spalding about her creative vision for this BIPOC artist sanctuary.
"Communism is premised on the state. And the state is above all. The Party is above all. There's no transcendent truth. … Everything must serve or be made to serve the state. … So it means all life is cheap.” Elizabeth Spalding is the founding director of the new Victims of Communism Museum in Washington, D.C. It's the first museum in America honoring the over 100 million people killed by communism in the last century, as well as the millions more who continue to suffer under communist dictatorships to this day. What is it like to live in a communist country? And what lessons can we learn from those who chose to resist? Spalding is also the vice chairman of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. Follow EpochTV on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV Truth Social: https://truthsocial.com/@EpochTV Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV
Have you ever wished you could get better at documenting your travel experiences? Today I am joined by award-winning writer, editor, and podcaster, Lavinia Spalding, to discuss how and why anybody can keep a meaningful journal. If you are somebody who wants to look back fondly at your most treasured travel experiences, you will not want to miss this episode. With the experience of publishing 9 books and teaching writing workshops around the world under her belt, Lavinia explains why all you need is 3 minutes a day and a gluestick to start sucessfully documenting your adventures. What percentage of the day do you spend creating vs. consuming? I'd love to hear your insights and hope you will share them by sending me an audio message. Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Click Here To Try Premium Passport For Only $1 and get: Access To The Zero To Travel Podcast Archives (300+ amazing episodes and growing) One Bonus Episode Per Month (Decided By YOU) + Exclusive Content You Can't Hear Anywhere Else Ask Me (Jason) Your Burning Questions, and Get A Personal Answer! All Episodes Ad-Free (From April 2021 Onward) Today's episode is sponsored by US Bank Visa Platinum Card, perfect for large purchases, unexpected expenses, and balance transfers. To see if you qualify for the lowest APR out there, visit usbank.com/platinum today. This episode is also brought to you by Better Help online therapy, visit their website today to get 10% off your first month of services. Tune In To Learn: The path that lead Lavinia to living in New Orleans How a transformative trip as a child started her life of travel Why living in South Korea for 6 years shaped Lavinia's future The power and connection of journaling to better understand yourself How to start a journal and why you should keep it personal Tips and tricks for keeping a great journal Why you should carry a gluestick with you on your travels How to find a balance between staying present and documenting The health benefits of journaling Lavinia's favorite characters and encounters while traveling How to make an impression no matter where you go A magical formula to keep your creative mind in practice And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport US Bank Visa Platinum Card & Better Help - Today's Sponsors Check out Lavinia's website Get a copy of Writing Away: a creative guide to awakening the journal-writing traveler Listen to the There She Goes Podcast on Apple or Spotify Want More? Behind The Scenes With Adventure Travel Journalist Jayme Moye How To Become a Professional Travel Writer An Interview With John Craigie: Notes From The Road Photo from Unsplash Photo by Clay Banks on Unsplash
In the Spring of 2016, the small town of Spalding in Lincolnshire, England found itself in the spotlight of media attention. For all the wrong reasons. Lives had been brutally snatched away in the dead of night within the setting that we all should have the right to feel safe in, our home.Asleep and peaceful, two innocent lives did not know the danger around them. They had no way of knowing what was coming for them that night. The minds behind these vile crimes were hidden behind childish faces and unassuming ages. They showed twisted depravity embedded in their psyches where selfish desire and an undercurrent of misplaced resentment fuelled two brutal cold-blooded murders. And they were the last two people anyone would suspect.-Visit us online at obscuracrimepodcast.com-Find us on all podcasting platforms: Obscura: https://link.chtbl.com/obscura-Support Obscura on Patreon and unlock the exclusive Black Label episodes: www.patreon.com/obscuracrimepodcast-Check out our other podcasts: itsarclightmedia.com
Adam discusses awkward conversations with his father before Gina calls in to give an update on her surgery as well as the painkillers that came with it. Jodi Miller is back again to sit in for Gina and the gang discuss anti-masturbation PSA's and a new update on the Gilligan's Island theme song controversy. Next, Adam is joined by retired general, Robert Spalding, to talk about his new book, ‘War Without Rules: China's Playbook for Global Domination'. They discuss whether China is more of a threat or a competitor, how US policy is based in large on corporation's ties with China, and how COVID impacting US-China relations. THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY'S SPONSORS: SimpliSafe.com/Adam Stamps.com enter ADAM Hyundai LifeLock.com enter ADAM