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Shop the new 4YE DropAUDIO EXCLUSIVE 102.5The gang gathers before Jermaine embarks to Tulum to discuss:Getting Pressed to buy souvenirsWhen thuggin goes wrong (for T.I.)Compression shorts = boxer substituteThe new podcast carrying caseSheldon quits his jobAudio edited by Carlo***** Pay and get paid instantly with Wealthsimple Cash
Armaan aka Kahani is the founder of NONRESIDENT, an alternative record label for diaspora artists. Armaan started his career with a decade plus in the VC/Tech industry where he's held numerous roles building and growing digital products for companies like Lumenary, Jakt, and Mapfit, which was acquired by Foursquare. In the last two years, he took a leap and shifted his focus to music full-time. As the artist Kahani, Armaan has spent his time remixing South Asian classics and growing the aforementioned label - NONRESIDENT. Through the label, he's worked with artists like Anik Khan, ShiShi, and Raaginder to throw concerts in NYC, Tulum, and around the world. And of course, to put out some bangers. This episode was recorded LIVE in NYC.
Horrornacht im Krankenhaus & die Erkenntnisse einer Alleinreisenden - „Kotzend durch Mexiko“ könnte auch der Titel dieses Videos sein, aber ich denke ich erspare euch besser die Details. Die gestrige Nacht hatte es in jedem Fall echt in sich… Vielen Dank für eure ganzen Genesungswünsche, das ganze Mitgefühl und euren liebevollen Support auf allen Ebenen. #communitylove Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/franzis_footprints/ ------------ Willkommen bei CREATE IT!, deinem Business & Lifestyle Podcast für persönliches Wachstum und all diejenigen, die sich ein freiheitliches und selbstbestimmtes Leben, aber in echter und tiefer Verbundenheit mit anderen Menschen aufbauen wollen. Insbesondere geht es hier um das ERSCHAFFEN eines individuellen, holistischen Lebensstils, der Beruf und Privatleben optimal miteinander verbindet und beide Bereiche nicht länger voneinander abtrennt. Mein Name ist Franziska Friedl aka Franzis Footprints und auf diesem Podcast gebe ich dir Denkanstöße, Inspirationen und praktische Tipps mit an die Hand, wie du dir ein Leben in Freiheit und Selbstbestimmung aufbaust, dem Ruf deines Herzens folgst und deinem Leben einen tieferen Sinn gibst. Zudem geht es darum, wie man tiefe Spuren in den Herzen der Menschen hinterlässt, echten Mehrwert und dadurch positiven Impact für die Welt kreiert. Darüber hinaus gebe ich dir aus 3,5 Jahren Business-Erfahrung einige Handlungsempfehlungen und meine besten Hacks für den Aufbau eines eigenen ortsunabhängigen Online Businesses, erfolgreiches Social Media Marketing und Content Creation mit. Als Online Coach zeige ich dir, wie du dir durch emotionales Storytelling und authentisches Branding eine Community aufbaust, die deine Werte teilt und wahrhaftig für deine Sache brennt. Dadurch ziehst du dir automatisch die Menschen in dein Leben, die zu 100% zu dir passen. Egal ob du deine Wunschkunden erreichen oder dir nachhaltige Beziehungen in Freiheit UND Verbundenheit aufbauen willst. Im Interview mit absoluten Top Experten und inspirierenden Persönlichkeiten diskutieren wir außerdem über brisante Themen der Branche, persönliche Weiterentwicklung und insbesondere die Vereinbarkeit von Freiheit und Verbundenheit.
Hold on to your seats everyone. These girls do no play around - they have agreed to come on our show periodically and tell us ALL the juicy gossip that is happening in Dallas Ft. Worth area and beyond. This first episode we get to know the girls a little better and find out how they decided to make a very lucrative career out of being a Dallas Nightlife Cocktail waitress/ bottle girl. When people ask them whenthey are going to get a "REAL JOB" they answer they have a "REAL JOB" from 9:00 pm to 5:00 am and they pay all their bills with REAL MONEY and make twice to three times the amount. You can find them at any given night at Sidebar, Longshot, Candle Room or Bottled Blonde. They bartend, cocktail and are born hustlers and will always show up to work. We learn about the change of uniforms from the olden days with the classy black cocktail dresses to the ultra sexy lingerie outfits that are now the staple of the Dallas Nightclub scene. "Still comfortable for the wife but hot for the husband."Danielle takes us through her days as the girlfriend of the motocross super star Josh Demuth. Do not miss this story - the fiasco that it was when she had to make the decision to have his leg amputated. this story is jaw-dropping. Then we learn that Danielle is still friends with every one of her ex boyfriends except for the last recent one - and you do not want to miss this story of the wolf in sheep's clothing. Danielle does not hold back about all the terrible things he did to her. Then we hear about all the traumatic details about a Cartel shooting in downtown Tulum that they got in the cross fire - and escaped over dead bodies - bullets spraying all around them. Stay tuned for Part 2
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What does your ideal "day in the life" as an expat living abroad look like? Find out in this visualization exercise from Kristin's relocation coaching program, Ready to Relocate. Download the video and PDFs for with this lesson at TravelingwithKristin.com/ExpatLife. Free Resources: Free downloads for this podcast Apply for a free relocation strategy call with Kristin Show Notes: Kristin's New DJ Instagram Page Abracadabra on Twitch Kristin's Twitch Channel Related Podcasts: Life is Short. Seize the Day. No Regrets. Tulum, Mexico Digital Nomad Lifestyle ........................................................................................... Connect with Kristin: Follow on Instagram Subscribe to Traveling with Kristin on YouTube Subscribe to Digital Nomad TV on YouTube Join the Badass Digital Nomads Facebook Group ........................................................................................... Support the Badass Digital Nomads Podcast: Thank you to Jeff Right for the 15 coffees this month! Buy Me a Coffee Become a Patron Leave a 5* Review: https://lovethepodcast.com/digitalnomad Buy Official Merch Search All Episodes: www.badassdigitalnomads.com ........................................................................................... A special thank you to Kristin's Patrons: Walt, Shawn, Richard Y, Heather, Karen, Kiran, Scott, Michael J, Isaac, Mike M, Yasmine, Erick M, Yohji, Ron, Gary, Annie, Henry L, Keith, Stephen, Warren, James, Daniel, Gary B, Emily, Rich, Phil, Anthony, Jennifer, Kathleen, Natalie, Dave B, Brian, Christopher, CJ, David G, Mike R, Chip, Shelly, Ron, Paul, Andy, Jeffrey, Paulo, Stephen, Michelle, DJ, Mark D, Francis, and Dave M. Special welcome to our newest Patrons from December 2021 and January 2022: Francis and Dave M. ❤️ Become a Patron for $5/month at Patreon.com/travelingwithkristin ........................................................................................... Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links of products and services we use and recommend at no additional cost to you.
Tell the truth, have you paid one of those internet grifters to teach you about stocks? Me neither but we're still sick of them. Check out part 2 of our 2021 Wrap-Up Episode as Rich and Iv (@ivnumber1) get into a bunch of end of year awards like the most tragic death, most lit male or female, best vacation spot and more. Did DMX or Virgil have the most tragic ending? And what does the Travis Scott concert really mean for him, his fans, and the culture? Also, ya'll really wore out Tulum when the PPP checks hit but did you partake in the spirituality elements while there or did you just check in for the foolery? All this and more. Tap in! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weare-allset/support Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weare-allset/message Our Website for exclusive merchandise and links: WereAllSet.com FOLLOW US: IG and Twitter @WereAllSetPod SUBSCRIBE on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZdlA9w1H0UAR8fW5nINI9Q?sub_confirmation=1 Podcast Links Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/were-all-set/id1476457304 iHeartRadio - https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-were-all-set-56955327?cmp=ios_social_share&pr=false&autoplat=true Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6frdwXOehWMk5OPj2YnAMa Google - https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9jMzdmZmY4L3BvZGNhc3QvcnN - --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weare-allset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weare-allset/support
This week Real Housewives of Miami, Guerdy throws a Tulum themed birthday party for Julia. There's a sorrow war, animal poop, and one really awkward foot massage. Find all of our premium bonus episodes at https://patreon.com/watchwhatcrappens, and get tickets for our Winter Tour at https://www.watchwhatcrappens.com/10th-anniversary-hunky-dory-tour
Autenticidad y placer Hablaremos de la filosofía oriental plasmada en los hoteles de Banyan Tree. Melanie nos contara de la reciente apertura de Asai Mérida, uno de los restaurantes japoneses más espectaculares de todo México. Degustaremos el tequila súper Premium del grupo Moët-Hennessy. Alexis nos llevará a un paraíso tropical y edén culinario único en Tulum. Descorcharemos Numanthia rodeados de la espesa vegetación del Caribe Mexicano. Deby nos hablará del sentido del propósito, un regalo de una vida espiritual. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diariojudio-mexico/message
The ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future paid Scrooge a visit. We borrow that concept of three as we embark in search of haunted bars, ghost stories and energy centers with a New Year's Eve and/or New Year connection. Places we explore this episode include: Sydney, Australia - We check out two haunted hotels in the Rocks: The Australian Heritage Hotel and the Russel Hotel. Both aren't far from the Circular Quay, a great place to watch New Year's Eve fireworks in Sydney. London, England - We briefly examine the story of a ghost who some say jumps from Westminster Bridge as Big Ben rings in the New Year. Some even say it's Jack the Ripper... (Though that's doubtful.) Speaking of the infamous serial killer, we briefly check out a haunted pub he may have a connection to, The Ten Bells. We also visit the Grenadier, one of London's oldest and many say most haunted pubs. Edinburgh, Scotland - It wouldn't be a proper New Year without checking out Hogmanay and a pub that proclaims itself Edinburgh's most haunted, the Banshee Labyrinth. New York City, New York - For NYE travelers, Times Square is often a priority destination. One of NYC's most luxurious and storied hotels is not far from Times Square, the Algonquin. NYC Ghosts shared that the Algonquin conducts a mini exorcism every New Year's Eve where staff dim the lights and march through the building banging pots and pans to try and ward off sinister spirits. Nashville, Tennessee - This booming city is an up-and-comer NYE travel destination. Hank Williams Sr. died on New Year's Day. Not in Nashville, and years before Tootsie's Orchid Lounge ever opened. But some say the ghosts of the honky tonk's proprietor, Tootsie Bess, and the country music legend haunts the Broadway bar. Chicago, Illinois - Legend has it that a woman jumped from the 10th floor of the Drake Hotel on New Year's Eve. Some believe that may be the woman in red thought to haunt the hotel. Anchorage, Alaska - Another tormented woman who took her life on New Year's Eve can be found in the last stall on the left in the women's bathroom at the Captain Cook Hotel. Except, for her peace of mind and those using the facility, the possessive potty poltergeist's stall has been bolted shut from the inside to try and appease her restless --and sometimes expressive-- manifestations. Energy vortexes around the world - For those interested in ushering in the New Year with good vibrations, a visit to an energy vortex might be just the thing. We mention eight: Sedona, Arizona; Mount Shasta in California; Maui's Haleakalā Volcano in Hawai; Glastonbury and Stonehenge in England; Es Vedra off Ibizia's coast in Spain; the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt; and the Mayan Ruins in Tulum, Mexico. NOTE Because this episode mentions suicide, we feel it's important to stress that if you suspect someone you know is contemplating suicide, or you yourself are, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-272-8255. You don't have to brave the darkness alone. SOURCES https://mysteriouschicago.com/the-woman-in-red-at-the-drake-hotel/ https://awol.junkee.com/haunted-bars-sydney-ranked/73888 https://www.bemytravelmuse.com/energy-vortexes-around-the-world/ https://www.ghosttours.com.au/haunted-accommodation/ https://www.hauntedplaces.org/item/westminster-bridge/ https://www.countryandtownhouse.co.uk/food-and-drink/londons-most-haunted-pubs/ https://www.timeout.com/london/bars-and-pubs/haunted-pubs-in-london https://www.london-ghost-tour.com/grenadier.htm https://www.visitscotland.com/see-do/events/christmas-winter-festivals/hogmanay/ https://www.thebansheelabyrinth.com/ https://nyghosts.com/the-algonquin-hotel/ https://countryrebel.com/blogs/videos/5-haunted-places-in-nashville/ Want more Haunt Jaunts? Jaunt with us online anytime at HauntJaunts.net. Host & Guide Courtney Mroch Music Burnt Spirit by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3466-burnt-spirit License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Krampus's Workshop by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/5518-krampus-s-workshop License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
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Es un placer poder tener tan cerca la fecha de reunirnos nuevamente todos en el dance floor. En este episodio te cuento más a detalle, ademas platicamos con Argy uno de los talentos promesa de Renaissance, espero te guste mucho este episodio tanto como a mi me gustó! Te mando un abrazo!Playlist oficial del podcast: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7xA7ukO6QPVDXTs2XF60eu?si=3bc5e2f0dec14595TRACK LIST:1.- An evidence of time – Rodriguez Jr2.- Never – Joris Voorn (Colyn Remix)3.- Ketuvim - Argy4.- A course in Miracles – Argy (Rodriguez Jr Remiz)5.- Damanhur - ArgyGracias por el apoyo @Ravermx @Zamna.music
Earlier this year my husband and I were dreaming of a mini-sabbatical… Those conversations turned into evenings doing research. Research turned into booking flights, reserving a luxury villa and planning our beach days. And now here we are. At the time of recording, I'm spending a month in Tulum, MX with my entire family. It is a divine experience and we did not spare any expense. I wanted to share the truth of what doing something like this costs because I think it's important for you to believe that ANY FINANCIAL DREAM is possible if you are extremely clear and convicted. Truly. I'm just an average girl with above-average dreams and focus. You can have whatever you want. Keep dreaming and DREAM BIG! Be sure to follow all my travel adventures in my stories on Instagram: @angie.garner
Jonathan De Potter Founder & CEO Of Behold Retreats, a bespoken wellness service that facilitates journey's of self-discovery and transformation, supported by the scientifically proven benefits of plant therapy. in strategy conculting Jonathan is passionate about raising awareness on the benefits of plant medicine therapy, and it's potential to improve wellbeing and mental health outcomes. This led him to launch Behold Retreats in 2020, providing curated programs incorporating a memorable plant medicine retreat in a safe, legal highly supported setting. Jonathan has spent his career working with clients across Asia-Pacific, defining and delivering digital transformation programs. After a number of years in New Zealand, Jonathan moved to Hong Kong to work with Accenture, and most recently lived in Bangkok as country manager for the boutique consulting firm Capco. Jonathan felt that - despite an objectively great life, good friends and career success, something intangible was missing. As a result, Jonathan took a sabbatical year to travel through South America, where he attended his first Avahuasca plant medicine retreat in Peru. The retreat experience was transformational, and in his expanded dtate of consciousness, Jonathan was shown directly the mindsets and behaviors that were keeping him from reaching his potential. Returning to the corporate world, Jonathan was surprised to find he was more patient, empathetic and productive than ever before, and began researching the world of plant medicine, and facilitating retreats. Originally from Hawaii, USA, Jonathan is currently based in Bangkok, Thailand, traveling often to continue his research into the best plant medicine retreat centres around the world. He enjoys yoga, meditation, surfing, and is enrgized by big, bold ideas. Important Links Behold Retreats Website: https://www.behold-retreats.com/ Behold Retreats Ayahuasca Retreat in Costa Rica: https://www.behold-retreats.com/retreats/costa-rica Behold Retreats 5-MeO-DMT Retreat in Tulum, Mexico: https://www.behold-retreats.com/retreats/mexico Behold Retreats 5-MeO-DMT Retreat in Tepoztlan, Mexico: https://www.behold-retreats.com/retreats/tepoztlan-mexico Behold Retreats in Psilocybin Retreat in Netherlands: https://www.behold-retreats.com/retreats/netherlands Behold Retreats 7 Week Program: https://www.behold-retreats.com/transformations/7-week-program Behold Retreats Blogs: https://www.behold-retreats.com/stories/blog Jonathan de Potter Linkedln: https://hk.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-de-potter-aaa9813 Behold Retreats Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/behold retreats/ Behold Retreats Facebook: https://www.facebook.comBeholdRetreatsJourney/ Behold Retreats You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT6RI05yEyMEUnuZ5vl3PZg/featured --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/new-mind-creator/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/new-mind-creator/support
Today's episode takes a slightly different format as Stephanie is in the "hot seat" and we learn about what's new and good in her life. Stephanie shares her experience from her recent retreat experience in Tulum, Mexico including how it pushed her outside of her comfort zone. Marnie asks Stephanie about her experience with her 13-year-old daughter and what has been going on with her health and well- being over the past 6-12 months. We wrap-up the conversation talking about what Stephanie wishes most for in 2022. We hope you enjoy getting to know Stephanie better today. Happy Holidays! We wanted to let you know that we won't be dropping a new episode next Wednesday as we are both spending time relaxing and enjoying our families. We'd love for you to listen to one of our amazing past episodes as we have a variety of guests that we've interviewed over the past two years. We wish you and your loved ones a wonderful holiday season and a healthy & happy New Year! Resources we mention during this episode: Jean O'Hern at Nature's Wisdom in Minneapolis FB: @natureswidsommpls (612) 872-4210 Vanessa Feils' Reset Retreat ----------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks to our amazing sponsor:This episode is brought to you by Good Health Saunas, It's time to Relax, rejuvenate, and renew. Good Health Saunas is proud to provide top-of-the-line infrared saunas that deliver the most impactful results for overall health and wellness. Infrared saunas produce penetrating heat to help you sweat and heal your body from the inside. Sweating on a regular basis can help you feel amazing. Good Health Saunas provides commercial grade infrared saunas for in-home and commercial use. Backed up with the best warranty in the industry. Lifetime guarantee and unmatched customer service. They have 3 stores. 1 at the Mall of America In Minnesota and 2 in Wis - Appleton and waukesha. For more information and for your special offer please visit, www.goodhealthsaunas.com/theartoflivingwell -------------------------------------------------------------- Find Your Healthy Place Special Offer: Receive 30% off your first order on full priced-products at findyourhealthyplace.com using code: Livingwell Shop at The healthy Place: findyourhealthyplace.com ------------------------------------------------------------------ Sign-up for our 14-day January Functional Liver Detox Program - Jan. 9th Start DateGive yourself (and your loved one) the gift of health and join our amazing and supportive community to jump start 2022 feeling fabulous with our quarterly 14-day functional medicine detox! After a fun holiday season with lots of gatherings - be ready to reset and recharge! Click here for more info and to sign-up ----------------------------------------------------------------- Shop Clean-Crafted Wine and Our Favorite Products Clean-Crafted Wine A few of our favorite labels include Dove Hunt Dog, Conte de la Terre, Middle Jane, Soleil. Vent. Ame. and Mixtrack. We've created a brand new page to share our favorite products with you; check them out here. ------------------------------------------------------------------ 10 Ways to Create a Healthy Relationship with Sugar - Online Workshop: Are you ready to change your relationship with sugar? Take our online sugar workshop and be on your way to having a healthy relationship with sugar in no time. Purchase this 1 hour workshop here. SPECIAL OFFERS FOR OUR LISTENERS: Change your Mindset in 5 days --------------------------------------------------------- Rate and Review Us! Please head over to Apple Podcasts and give the Art of Living Well Podcast a rating and review. We would so appreciate it and it helps our podcast get found in searches. Thank you! Don't forget to Subscribe to our podcast The Art of Living Well Podcast so that you can uncover strategies, tips and resources from a variety of experts and our own banks of knowledge as you progress on your journey to living well. Please share this podcast with a friend or anyone who you think could benefit from this information. Join our private Art of Living Well Podcast Facebook Community: This is a community where you can directly interact with us and ask us questions and suggest topics for future episodes. Shop our Favorite Products: https://www.theartoflivingwell.us/products Shop Clean-crafted wines! Instagram: @theartofliving_well FB: theartoflivingwell Sign-up for our Art of Living Well Podcast email list. (We promise not to bombard you with email). Marnie Dachis Marmet's Website (Zenful Life Coaching) Stephanie May Potter's Website
Los Israelitas Jos & Eli llegan a contarnos un poco de su historia y a prender la fiesta con sus increíbles tracks!Gracias a la gente de Zamna por apoyarnos a traer este tipo de entrevistas tan importantes, nos vemos en el dance floor, de la jungla Maya. Playlist Oficial del podcast: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7xA7ukO6QPVDXTs2XF60eu?si=8d44ad4382f84e9dTRACK LIST:1.- Aliento de vida – Dest Beatz 2.- Twelve - Patiotic3.- Mistake – Jos & Eli4.- Mr. President – Jos & Eli5.- Sos – Jos & Eli@Ravermx
Cait's trip to Tulum was life-changing... and I wholeheartedly regret not going. A quick, messy ass, episode with my best friend, Caitlin Ivory. #ALLOVERTHEPLACEwithLAYNEFABLE https://www.instagram.com/allovertheplace.mp3/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPwLWDkq2sQ&list=PLPkFmof1Ye0oKSFXznB5wKZNPkVMQMEKD --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laynefable/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laynefable/support
I had the pleasure speaking with Kelly, Graysha, and Sonya on a business retreat in Tulum, Mexico. Kelly, the author of Scissors Make Cents, gave amazing advice to salon owners and stylists about creating systems within the salon and why they are important. We also chat about hiring an assistant and how important it is to value them and help them grow as a stylist starting out in the hair industry! Find us on the gram! Kellys IG Shelbys IG Subscribe, share with a friend, and tag us on social!!
Dr. Michael Lande is a visionary chiropractor and healer, and co-founder of the Portal Ixchel Community in Tulum, Mexico. Connect with Dr. Michael on Instagram: @vortex_vitality_tulum or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlayaWell/ | For more info on Portal Ixchel: https://www.facebook.com/PortaI.Ixchel ------------ EARTH BREEZE LAUNDRY SHEETS ~ These Earth-friendly dehydrated laundry sheets will leave your clothes super clean, without the waste of bulky plastic containers. The referral money we get from YOU clicking on that link and ordering will help sustain this podcast AND help care for our beautiful Earth. Thank you in advance! MORE INFO: https://www.earthbreeze.com/?rfsn=6157640.8b8358 ------------ ABOUT YOUR HOST: Porter Singer is a spiritually-inclined musician, podcaster, and creative sound mentor. Her intention is to beam out a harmonious vibration that gathers lightworkers in collaborative community. More info: https://portersinger.com/
On this episode, we talked about: Coming back to our true self Finding the way that we are Taking action instead of working really hard Feeling happy and fulfilled in your life Who do I get to attract in my journey Allowing your intuition to take action Nourishing and taking care of others Expanding and serving more people Considering your energetic wave Learning to trust your intuition We are here to create something new Honoring ourselves and our frequency first "Is this bringing me passion? Is this making me feel really good? Because if it isn't, you can just release it from your life" "Release yourself, and just take it day by day, moment by moment and decision by decision" "At the end of the day, it's really just about what fills your soul and your wellness" About Kiara: Kiara Maree is an Energy Marketing Magician™️️ for soulpreneurs looking to super-charge their marketing magnetism in alignment to their human design. Merging her marketing mastery from over a decade building world-famous brands in the corporate world, with her life's learnings in energetics; she is here to help others quantum leap beyond the ordinary world and dive into the uncharted waters of multi-dimensional business. Links Free Human Design for Marketing Bundle- https://bit.ly/3x7DpH9 Website- https://kiaramaree.co/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/kiaramareeco/ And if you are open and eager for help and support we are hosting our Heal the Healer retreat on January 11 2022 in the magical Tulum. It is your chance to rise and be unapologetically abundant. Because only when you are being unapologetically YOU, you can create true abundance. See the link below for details: https://bit.ly/healing2022 I will see you in Tulum!
En este episodio de Creativo platico con el actor Roberto Palazuelos sobre el poder de hacer amigos, ser dueño de la mitad de Tulum, su familia, cuando lo sacaron del país, ¿El final de la carrera de Palazuelos?, cómo el gobierno escuchaba sus llamadas, Dios es todo, la gente que te roba energía, salir en Big Brother, cuando se metieron a su departamento, su apodo de “el caviar” y muchas cosas más
Welcome to The LunchBox Chats Podcast with Este & Laura. Join us every week for our scoop on everything fun, fab & real. Follow us on Instagram: @LunchBoxChats Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes only. All opinions are our own, through experience and personal research. The views or opinions expressed by the guest speakers are solely their own. Listener discretion is advised. EPISODE 101. Join us this week as we chat the latest in hot topics and give you the run down of the most epic bachelorette party in Tulum!
Listen in to Fritz's "Mindset Talk" with Vassil who is the Mindset Coach in the GCA. In this episode Vassil & Fritz talk about their time in Tulum and their thoughts on routines!Mindset Coach Vassil WebsiteVassil's InstagramHi, I'm Fritz, and after helping hundreds of Vegans achieve that lean & muscular look they desire, representing their values with confidence, I created The Vegan Fitness Podcast to help you do the same thing.Book Your Free Vegan Vision Call to talk CoachingWant to learn how to become a Fit Vegan for FREE?Get access to my Fit Vegan Masterclass - Free Video CourseIf you found this content valuable, here are 3 more ways for me to help you become a Fit Vegan: 1. Join My Free Facebook Group and connect to other Vegans: fritzsgroup.com - when you join ask for the "Perfect Vegan Meal Template" and you'll get my Ebook for FREE!2. Follow me on Instagram: @fritz_horstmann / @veganfatlossmeals / @gamechanger_academy3. Leave us a 5 Star review on iTunes, so I can bring in more influential people and even better content.
Welcome to the Full Service Podcast! This week I sit down with Charleston, SC based companion Sarah Dow. We talk life in Charleston, her love of travel, the upcoming holidays, and plans for the end of the year. We explore her start in the industry in Phoenix doing sensual body massage, working as a Domme in a dungeon, and look at her transition into companionship. We also discuss the importance of connection when meeting someone, why cuddling is underrated, and where she sees herself in the future. This interview was so much fun and I know you'll enjoy it! You can follow Sarah on Twitter at @SexySarahCHS and find her on Onlyfans here. You can follow Full Service on IG & Twitter at @fullservicepod. You can follow me on Twitter at @tankfunkadelic. If you would like to be on the podcast or would like to share your story, email us at email@example.com. Thanks so much for listening! Please Rate, Review and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and tell your friends! Intro/Outro: John Ricatelli Full Service Podcast Patreon Momentum Intimacy Rachel Preddy Gofundme
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Unapologetically abundant can sound like a cool name, yet when you hear the story of why I chose this name it might open your mind even more. As many of you, I come from a place of people-pleasing and trying to belong. Being afraid to say something wrong, to not be ridiculed and cast out of the circle. Not sure when exactly it started yet I know it got so strong when I moved with my parents from big city to small town and kids were laughing at me and literally were pushing me out of their circles. Those were the times that I put a mask on and started to make up things, stories, and do silly stuff just to be seen, just to look interesting. And I carry this with me for most of my life. I thought I am not special enough, smart enough, popular enough, simply said…. I was deeply in scarcity thinking I am not enough. The moment that another boyfriend cheated on me, after crying on my knees, finishing up a bottle of red wine, I promised myself NO MORE. No more people-pleasing, no more trying to fit, no more losing myself in a relationship…. NO MORE. That was the moment that I declared that I will be ME. Whether people like it or not. Something magical started to unfold. My life started to fill with serendipitous moments and synchronicities. More and more often the right people came into my life, to show me what is possible and also to show me the contrast of what I transcended and overcame. It is your responsibility to BE YOU. Your people can't find you when you are hiding behind the “shoulds” and your masks. You owe it to the world to show up fully and to influence those around you by your presence and gifts. That's why my clients pay me in full, and they pay 12 months ahead. Not because of my certifications, my credentials, but because of ME. I realized that the more ME I am the easier I make it for the Universe to bring me the right people and opportunities. Where in your life are you still playing it small? Where in your life can you heal even deeper? And if you are open and eager for help and support we are hosting our Heal the Healer retreat on January 11 2022 in the magical Tulum. It is your chance to rise and be unapologetically abundant. Because only when you are being unapologetically YOU, you can create true abundance. See the link below for details: https://bit.ly/healing2022 I will see you in Tulum!
Welcome to The LunchBox Chats Podcast with Este & Laura. Join us every week for our scoop on everything fun, fab & real. Follow us on Instagram: @LunchBoxChats Disclaimer: This podcast is for entertainment purposes only. All opinions are our own, through experience and personal research. The views or opinions expressed by the guest speakers are solely their own. Listener discretion is advised. In this Super quick bonus episode, we are live from Tulum, Mexico!
Chris McKay was Chief of Safety at the 2021 AIDA World Championships in Cyprus and runs Freedive Tulum in Mexico.In this episode we discuss:How was Chris' whole experience of the AIDA WC 2021 in Cyprus?Did the issue with Taiwan flag negatively affect the athletes?Chris is from Queensland in Australia.A start in freediving through spearfishing.Enjoying depth but not competing.Comparing freediving to climbing.Chris came from a safety and rescue training background, working in adventure tourism.Talking about organising safety at Vertical Blue.Which competition memories stand out most for Chris.Remembering Sayuri Kinoshita.How has the safety situation changed over the years in freediving competitions?Identifying potential problems with divers and predicting possible negative dives.Chris' most challenging experiences during comps.Is there anything missing from rescue techniques in freediving education?A Patreon question from Mauricio about 'bad spots'.A Patreon question from Kai about rescue techniques.A Patreon question from Jan about becoming certified as a safety diver.A Patreon question from Christian about safety divers not taking part in competitions.Shout out to Linda Paganelli.A Patreon question from rescue swimmer Dalen about diving alone.About Chris' set up in Tulum, Mexico.DESERT ISLAND QUESTIONS - Patreon ExclusiveHow to get in touch with Chris?Freedive Tulum
After an incredibly productive month of November, a trip to Tulum, launching products, hosting retreats, I had to take a little break. And now I'm back, better than ever.But after a retreat in Tulum, this experience has allowed me to really tell my truth, untold. When you are living on borrowed beliefs, you are living on beliefs from people in your life, operating on those beliefs because of what you are told or taught at a young age.In this episode, I explain my experience with Shaman healers, and the personal experience I had. The practice of Shamanism is the study of practicing, accumulating, storing and utilizing power to suspend everyday laws of nature. It's to influence and manipulate reality for the purpose of healing, prophesying, for engaging in supernatural feats. And this is exactly what I experienced, who I am as a healer, and my new found understanding of my call to be that healer for you.If you would like to know more and connect, find me on IG @malorieavaline and to experience your own healing journey, I am hosting the BE - Tulum Retreat in February. Find more information at www.malorieavaline.com
On this episode of Comes A Time, Mike and Oteil sit down to catch up and talk about Oteil's recent tour with Dead & Company, experiences of spiritual growth, and various forms of inspiration that help guide them along their paths in life. You'll hear Oteil and Mike compare their own versions of isolation on tour and explain how they process being away from home for extended periods of time, discuss recent positive societal developments related to mental health and work-life balance, and talk about why it's important to go through “spiritual crappiness” in order to experience spiritual growth. This conversation provides helpful insights on how your two favorite podcast hosts navigate their respective journeys, and you won't want to miss what they have to say!-----------*DISCLAIMER: This podcast does NOT provide medical advice. The information contained in this podcast is for informational and entertainment purposes only. No material in this podcast is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen*-----------This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes!Comes A Time is brought to you by Osiris Media. Hosted and Produced by Oteil Burbridge and Mike Finoia. Executive Producers are Christina Collins and RJ Bee. Production, Editing and Mixing by Eric Limarenko and Matt Dwyer. Theme music by Oteil Burbridge. Production assistance by Matt Bavuso. To discover more podcasts that connect you more deeply to the music you love, check out osirispod.com-------Visit SunsetlakeCBD.com and use the promo code TIME for 20% off premium CBD productsVisit section119.com and use the promo code COMESATIME for for 15% off your next purchase of Grateful Dead apparel or accessoriesVisit GratefulRetreats.com and mention Comes a Time on your application to save $100 on a holistic wellness retreat in Tulum, MX See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alison Pena aka Bad Widow coaches clients to tap into their innate resilience and take back their lives after loss with stories, insights and strategies. After losing her husband to pancreatic cancer in 2016, Alison designed new ways to re-engage, reinvent, and rebuild back to life, work and even love. Everybody experiences grief after losses but very few understand how to handle grieving or communicate about it to their support networks. Learn how to re-engage, reinvent and rebuild after loss of a person, job, relationship, financial or health breakdown after loss without suppressing or ignoring the grief. Alex's Tulum and Love Adventure Choosing to work in a "sad" area of coaching Grief and Loss Processing Loss Work/Relationships/Community the areas of connection and healing Little goals help you move forward through grief Creating solid ground to support you to heal and move forward How to support someone who is grieving Planning to control the uncomfortable Dating Again
-- Fun late night pod as Rone is coming in hot from an absolutely lawless weekend in Tulum ft. drugs, the cartel, beautiful beaches, & priceless memories -- Sas & Rone discuss their weekends, eating the rich, WAP, r/aviation, hypochondria, freestyle rap, Bourdain, Louis, the Mikes, drunk eats, pool schools, Chapelle, drinking in the woods, & much more -- Go stream "AT THE BANK" with Pardon My Take ft. Benny the Butcher (legend) -- Happy Hanukkah
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This past year Adizah Eghan noticed an interesting trend on social media: everyone seemed to be living it up in Tulum, Mexico. Some were flocking there to have a good time, while others were seeking something much deeper: they wanted to escape racism and seek refuge with like-minded people. Adizah traveled to Mexico to experience the vibes of Tulum for herself -- and also dig into why Black people are seeking refuge in a small fishing town south of Cancun. This piece comes to us from our amazing friends at VICE News Reports. VICE has so many amazing stories, make sure you subscribe to their podcast asap! This episode contains explicit language, sensitive listeners please be advised. Special thanks to Nubia Younge, Patricia Talley, and all those in Tulum! This episode was produced by Adizah Eghan and edited by Kate Osborn and James T. Green with help from Annie Aviles and Stephanie Kariuki. The original score is by Kyle Murdock. Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 12 - Episode 47
This year I blew up my life, left The City of Angels where I had lived for 15 years, sold or gave away all my possessions except what I could fit in my car and my beagle Lily and I HIT THE ROAD. I spent months in Florida, North Carolina, and now Tennesee. Travelled to Tulum multiple times. Spoke at conferences in New Orleans, Nashville and Costa Rica. Stayed at Air Bnbs and hotels in great cities like Palm Springs, Austin, Dallas, Savannah, and Asheville. 3 Quick Lessons Learned on the Road: 1. Love yourself enough to take your health, wealth, & ultimate destiny into your own hands. Never leave it up to others to determine your worth, your value, or your ability to accomplish your desires. 2. With a laptop, ring light, portable mic, and WiFi you can work remotely from anywhere in the world. You can create impact, influence, and income for yourself, your clients, and the people who you aim to help and serve. 3. If you stand in your power and move forward in confidence, the universe will conspire to meet you to support you. The #DigitalNomad#EntrepreneurLife has been crazy, sexy, challenging, and rewarding. On the latest episode of The #FoodHealsPodcast, I share how I have navigated this journey, lost everything (more than once
This is a special episode of The DreamMason Podcast. Alex Terranova gets vulnerable and discusses the challenges and evolution of this podcast. He shares how it has grown, how he's found himself bored, what he's learned, his commitments, and the process of creating its next phase. Alex then walks us through updates from The Tulum Dating Experiment, including the experience of getting to know Evin, the process of vulnerability, opening up, dating differently, and falling in love. You can connect with Alex Terranova here: Instagram: @InspirationalAlex Website: www.TheDreamMason.com Email: Alex@TheDreamMason.com Remember, You are a DreamMason®… Because Your Dreams Don't Build Themselves. Alex Terranova is a DreamMason, the author of Fictional Authenticity, Co-Author of Redefining Masculinity, a Personal & Professional Performance Coach, and he Hosts The DreamMason Podcast, and Co-Host The Coaching Show Podcast and The Frequency Shifter Show. He supports strong & successful high achievers to unmask convention, embrace the rebel within them, and more deeply explore the complex and agitated edges of our existence to create more clarity, freedom, and success. Alex has been featured on NBC, Fox, Yahoo Finance, Disrupt Magazine, Thrive Global, Focus TV's Good Morning LaLa Land, NBC Radio, Elephant Journal, and over 30 podcasts including The University of Adversity, The Unleash Success Podcast, The Rising Man Podcast, The Sovereign Society Podcast, The Any Way You Want It Podcast, and an episode of The Villain Crusher.
Karys y Alejandro, esposos, socios y fundadores de la tienda online Sir Cadian, marca de ropa de dormir para hombres. Alejandro es mexicano y Karys, puertorriqueña. Debido a la pandemia del covid para comienzos del 2020, deciden mudarse a Tulum, México por un tiempo y ahí es donde surge la idea de emprender y comenzar Sir Cadian. Luego de un año de creación de la marca y diseño, no es hasta mayo del 2021 que lanzan su primer producto. Actualmente, residen en Austin TX, con su hermoso perrito, Mr. Bolita. Como oferta especial y regalo para la audiencia, del 22-30 de noviembre Sir Cadian tendrá una promoción donde al comprar 1 pieza recibirás 10% de descuento, si compras 2 obtendrás 20% de descuento y si compras 3 piezas, será 30% de descuento
On this episode, the boys talk about Dave Chappelle's stand up, Coinbase's NFT market, robots doing human jobs, and Dom's trip to Tulum.Dom Jackson and Ozzy McIntosh are two best friends who moved from the east coast to southern California. They talk about pop culture, current events, NFT's, music, their lives, careers, relationships and life as a mid twenty something.Dom'sWebsite:https://www.domjacksonfit.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5TK... Twitter:@domjacksonfithttps://twitter.com/domjacksonfitOzzy's Drone info Website:https://highskiesllc.com/Instagram:@OAMJRhttps://www.instagram.com/oamjr/@highskiesllchttps://www.instagram.com/highskiesll...YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvXw... Twitter:@highskiesllchttps://twitter.com/highskiesllc
In this episode of Six Weeks to Fitness, I am joined by Danielle Gray, a multi-passionate entrepreneur Wilhelmina fitness model, speaker, professional athlete, and the founder of Train Like a Gymnast. She's also a certified personal trainer specializing in bodyweight training, nutrition, women's fitness, youth exercise, kettlebells, and pre and postnatal exercise. She was also a former junior Olympic gymnast judge and coach. During this interview, Danielle will share her fitness journey and how you can train like a gymnast in the comfort of your own home. Vince Ferguson Danielle, where did you grow up and what was your childhood like? Danielle Gray: I grew up in Manhattan Beach, California. So right next to LAX, it's called the South Bay and I'm an only child and then I was raised by a single mom and we were like best friends, you know? we still are, but it's just that kind of tight-knit community, the family was very important and everything, and then I started gymnastics when I was 4 and I dabbled in like ball sports, soccer and basketball, not that level of coordination, which is weird. People think, oh, you're a gymnast. Like you can tumble on a beam, but it's very different when there's like the external thing to manage as well. Danielle Gray: My childhood was great. I also realized I just naturally was entrepreneurial as a child. So meaning when I was in elementary school during recess, I would host little gymnastics classes for my friends down on the playground. Hey, if you want to like take a gymnastic class, I'll teach you like bars and we use like a curve on the edge of the playground for like beam. And I don't know if I was spotting kids. They probably should have said something or if I was just kind of showing off. But you know kids playing around. I was pretty crafty, thanks to my mom too and I would make like little Victoria Secrets bags and people would cut out magazine stuff of like what they wanted and I would like almost paper mache, but just like masking tape around it. And I would sell it for 20 bucks. I was always kind of entrepreneurial throughout my childhood, but I never thought that I would end up as an entrepreneur I don't think because I knew I always had a problem with authority. Danielle Gray: But I always pictured for myself like, oh, I'll have a job in like PR or something and I'll have you know steady desk job and I'll have the typical American dream, the house and the kids by this age and married by this age, life is completely the opposite. Vincent Ferguson: Yes, it is. Danielle Gray: But that's kind of like just my personal background that shaped me into who I am and of course, the gymnastics translates into so many different areas of my life with perfectionism and being a recovering perfectionist and having integrity and taking pride in my work and just my dedication and commitment to anything I set my mind to. Vincent Ferguson: Anything you set your mind to, to do it. Awesome. But now how far did you go with gymnastics? Danielle Gray: Not as far as a lot of people think. So I got to level eight, which is two levels before like collegiate, what you see and above collegiate is Elite, which is what you see in the Olympics. So I didn't make it like crazy incredibly far. People are like, oh, did you go to school for. No, I didn't, but I still was involved and I loved the sport and I had more passion for the sport before I burnt out from it. But I always identified as a gymnast, like Danielle, the gymnast. And then when I retired, I had this crisis of like, am I still a gymnast? What, well, I'm not doing it. So what am I now? And like, what do I do to fill all this free time? And there was a little bit of a crisis there and I got to experiment with different things, but it was, yeah. Danielle Gray: I wish I had gone further, but one, I had problems with authority, two, wasn't in the right environment with my coaches or my teammates, and then, three, I think that this needed to happen. I needed to not go super far because my goals were kind of left open like I didn't reach where I wanted to. So there was always this kind of like, I wish I wanted to do more. I like gymnastics. I was just in the wrong environment and that's what made me start coaching and judging and working for UCLA gymnastics and ultimately open my own company to help people train like a gymnast. Vincent Ferguson: Right. Right. But between that time, I understand you stopped training as a gymnast at the age of 15, right? Danielle Gray: Yes. Vincent Ferguson: Is that correct? Am I telling you to tell me. Danielle Gray: I know. I think it's 15. Okay. 2007. So I had just turned 15. Yeah. Vincent Ferguson: So what did you do between the time that you quit gymnastics and you started your business? What did you do in between all that time? Danielle Gray: Okay. So 2007 through 2016, let's say, wow, 10 years. Pretty much. Okay. So I immediately went into like musical theater, acting, dance, like tap dance, jazz, lyrical, and all that kind of stuff, because I wanted to do acting, but as I got into it and stuff, it was fun. It was good to learn a lot about myself. It was good to have all these different angles to who I am, but when I started auditioning for stuff and I had an agent for acting, I'm an agent for modeling now, that's totally different, I was like, Hmm, I'm not feeling as passionate about acting as other people are. Danielle Gray: And so I almost felt guilty if I were to get a part that someone else really, really wanted. Vincent Ferguson: Yeah. Danielle Gray: And I was like, I'm doing this because it's like fun and I'm just doing it, but some people this is what they want, this is all they want. I started to feel guilty and I was like, okay, this isn't my passion. Let's start to leave this behind as I focused on college and I always did a PE class every semester just to stay in shape and active, because I hadn't done PE since sixth grade because we could write out of it for gymnastics. Vincent Ferguson: Ah, okay. Danielle Gray: So I was just like yoga, weight training, stress management, self-defense. There were so many other things that I did in college and then my friend, Sennon, she was taking a lyra class, which is like the aerial hoop. Vincent Ferguson: Okay. Danielle Gray: She said I want to try pole, would you come with me? And so I went with her, she didn't like it. I loved it. So I ended up starting to train consistently in pole right over there and I ended up competing at a regional and a national level in placing. So I'm technically a professional division pole dancer. I don't compete anymore, but I still train, it's fun. It was a good natural way to kind of use my gymnastics background in a different way for like aerial and circus stuff. Vincent Ferguson: Yeah. Danielle Gray: And then the kind of idea for Train Like a Gymnast came from me having a desk job in online marketing, an online desk job. And I was still gymnastics coaching part-time and then I got my personal trainer certification and I kept forgetting to pick up my checks at the gym and I kept forgetting that I got paid to train people. Vincent Ferguson: Really? Danielle Gray: Yeah. Vincent Ferguson: Why? Because it became like fun. You didn't think about being paid for? Danielle Gray: Right. I was just like, Hmm, well you're forgetting that you make money from this. So this is probably your passion. So you should follow it. It was just, you know, when you forget that you are working for pay, it doesn't feel like work anymore. You know, so that was a realization I had and when they offered me a promotion at my full-time job, I was like, I don't want to lead you on, that this is the direction I want to go. I think I want to follow this passion because at the time I was 24, I think, 23 or 24 and I would rather try going into fitness and falling flat on my face than staying in a steady stable career for 20, 40 years and looking back and being like, what would my life be if I had just tried? Vincent Ferguson: Wow, beautiful. Danielle Gray: I know I can always sell myself. I know I can always make more money. I know I can always get a desk job. Vincent Ferguson: Yes. Danielle Gray: But there are certain things that you have a little window, like fitness modeling, personal training while your body's healthy, whatever it may be. Vincent Ferguson: Yes. Danielle Gray: And at first, I was like, Hmm, okay. Am I going to be homeless? How do I get clients? What is my strategy? I had no strategy. I ended up working at Equinox and I learned through like paid education to just how do you run a business? How do you manage a gym if I ever wanted to have a brick and mortar, all those kinds of things, and I became a much better trainer and I realized I was training people the way I used to train. I was training them like a gymnast, right. Vincent Ferguson: Right good. Danielle Gray: So I was working on their balance, their proprioception, their strength and stability, and doing specific core stuff instead of like, oh, when you do this, you're also working your core. Like I would dedicate and I would make them stretch at the end. It was a whole process and so I kind of came up with this, just a layout of how I always trained my clients. And originally it started as an e-book back in the day. Vincent Ferguson: Oh really. Danielle Gray: A three-month e-book that was it. In 2016, that was like what everyone was doing. And then 2018, it turned into like an app based program with a 28-day challenge. So we'd get people in, they'd see results and then they would continue into a VIP ongoing program. So now we have an app, but it's just a different format. It's super user-friendly and super amazing. I'm just putting like everything we've ever created in there with nutritional guidelines, recipe booklet, like short workouts, long workouts, Instagram replays, and certain like pull up, pistol squat, beginner programs. And I'm super excited. Vincent Ferguson: And that's where you are today. Danielle Gray: Yeah. Vincent Ferguson: Wow. Are these classes virtual and in-house? Danielle Gray: Yeah the app is all virtual. So this can be anybody, anywhere in the world. You can download the app and train. Right. And you can cast it to your computer. You can cast it to your TV. But we also through Train Like a Gymnast host retreats and workshops. Vincent Ferguson: Oh really? Danielle Gray: So if somebody is working on this stuff at home and they're getting stronger, but they want to learn a back walk over a back handspring or a back tuck and they maybe aren't near a gym where they can get a spot. They can come work with us in person. And we do personal development. We do like different excursions with the group that comes with us. Then we rent out a gymnastics gym. We all stay at house where we sort of stay together and five days, four nights, incredible experience. Vincent Ferguson: Really, really. Danielle Gray: Yeah. Yeah. Vincent Ferguson: Where are these events located? Danielle Gray: So we did one in Hawaii last year. We did one in Lake Tahoe. And then this year we did Park City. Next year, I'm thinking I want to do one in a warmer location. So I want to get something to the East Coast, but it's hard to find tropical warm locations that also have gyms, that also have insurance for adults. So I can't be like a yoga retreat that's like, oh let's go to like Tulum or Bali because it's a gymnastics retreat. So I need to have a gym with safe equipment that potentially hit cause for me spotting adults is just, there are different things and a lot of times gyms only insure up to the age of 22 because that's when most people stop. Vincent Ferguson: Is that right? Up until the age of 22. That I did not know. Danielle Gray: Really frustrating. So a lot of gyms in this area will like to have classes for kids and there are no adult classes or adults can't train there because their insurance doesn't allow it. So I even have a hard time with insurance. I have to get around in certain ways and double overlap all of our policies and waivers. Vincent Ferguson: Really. I did not know that, but talking more about those classes. Are these geared more towards women and if so what age group? Danielle Gray: That's who typically ended up being our demographic, but I taught a 6 feet, 4 inches, formal former football player, a back tuck on grass without equipment in and out. And he got it by himself at the end of the day. Yeah. Vincent Ferguson: A former pro football player. Danielle Gray: I'm 5 feet, 4 inches, and he's 6 feet 4 inches and I spotted him on the grass in Hawaii in 2019 and he got it by himself. A couple of them got it by themselves later in the day. It was incredible. So that's kind of what started my one-day workshop thing because people were seeing, oh, I can do this in one day. Vincent Ferguson: Right. Danielle Gray: And then started doing retreats for the longer form stuff. But our demographic is typically women between 25 and 40. That's the demographic that really seems to resonate with this because either they didn't get as far as they wanted to in their gymnastics careers or they always wanted to try gymnastics and they didn't know that this existed or a way to get strong and flexible without having a gym membership. Right. All of the stuff that I film on the app is in my house. Vincent Ferguson: It's in your house? So we can do this at home. Danielle Gray: Yes absolutely. Vincent Ferguson: That's what I'm talking about. Danielle Gray: Yes. Vincent Ferguson: I'm ready. Danielle Gray: You have your body, you have a wall, if you have a chair, a couch, maybe some sliders, like we have a little workout kit that comes in a bag. It has two sliders, five mini bands, and three long bands. So you can do biceps curls, you can do shoulder presses, you can do banded bicycles. You can do mountain climbers with the sliders like there are so many things you can do with just this little kit that barely takes up any space and you can do it on hardwood or on the carpet and that's what we want. Because we want to show people that you can train like a gymnast with very little space because we are not always just doing routines. Right? Like in between our routines, we're lining up, we're on the ground and the coach is like, all right, hollow body rocks, ready? Go for 50. And everyone's just side by side rocking. Like I want to be able to host an event one day where I can rent out a big space or a stadium and people can just come with a yoga mat. Vincent Ferguson: Yeah. Danielle Gray: And just like a gymnast does some mindfulness work, some goal settings, some attention, visualization, work out and then cool down with a stretch. That is my goal. Vincent Ferguson: I can definitely see that. So I know a lot of women who are trying to lose weight and you know the New Year's coming and that's one of their goals. So training like a gymnast helps them to lose weight? Danielle Gray: Hundred percent. You got to be consistent though. Right. So if you go really hard for a week and then life happens and you stop training for three weeks and then you come back and you do another hard one, you're not going to notice a difference. That's why the 28-day challenge was so transformational. We had women in that 28 days, we had some women in their fifties lose like 12 pounds in a month. Vincent Ferguson: Really, it's excellent really in a month. Danielle Gray: And then when they continue into the ongoing program and they just stayed consistent, only talking about like three workouts a week. Vincent Ferguson: That's it? Three. Danielle Gray: Yeah. Vincent Ferguson: Who can't do that, three workouts a week. Come on. Danielle Gray: Yeah. Right. And a lot of people are like, oh my gosh, I can't do like 45-minute workouts or 60 minutes. When you go to the gym, think about how long you end up at the gym. You're probably there for like an hour because you get in, you know whatever, but this is a structure. It's accountability, its structure. You just execute. You can schedule it, get a reminder, whatever it is. But when people got into the ongoing stuff we had again women in their 50s losing 20 pounds and keeping it off. Vincent Ferguson: Really? Danielle Gray: Yeah. Because I do so much holistically. So we work on the mindset, your limiting beliefs. We also help the intermittent fasting. And I don't like to restrict you guys like you can eat what you want, but we're trying to limit and give your body a chance to rest and digest. So intermittent fasting some people like, some people don't like. I try to see it as, okay if you owned a factory and you had a bunch of workers and you made them work all day every day with like no rests or anything, they probably start making mistakes. Vincent Ferguson: Definitely. Danielle Gray: Where one of them will be like, I'm over this. Let's go on strike. And then they stop working. Vincent Ferguson: Exactly. Danielle Gray: Think about that as your like digestive enzymes, if you're constantly feeding, they're never getting a break. So the intermittent fasting is more like a break for your body so it can work more efficiently. Vincent Ferguson: Yes. Danielle Gray: That's ultimately what I'm going for. It's not, oh, don't eat here, stop eating here, limit, restrict. It just has a schedule, work on your time management, work on your willpower. Vincent Ferguson: Definitely. Yes. Danielle Gray: Well I'm not saying you can't eat a cookie after your dinner, just don't eat the whole bag, but you know, try to stay close to your goal, but you just have a window and it can adjust, if you got a dinner that night then scoot your window earlier. It's totally fine. So a lot of people in the program really succeeded and did well with the intermittent fasting. Some days would fall off, but then you just get back on the wagon, you know, or get back on the beat. Vincent Ferguson: Really? Yeah. Danielle Gray: Yeah. Vincent Ferguson: Do you have testimonials from women who have taken the course and leaving it? Danielle Gray: I have over a hundred video testimonials. Vincent Ferguson: No, you don't. I mean. Danielle Gray: So anybody listening, who's an entrepreneur, business strategy. So that 28-day challenge when we first started, it was a "free challenge." People would put a deposit down. They'd basically bet on themselves. So they had to be 18 right. They'd bet on themselves that they could do everything required in the 28 days. If they did, they would get their money back. If they did not complete all of the workouts and log their food, we would keep that deposit. Vincent Ferguson: Really? Danielle Gray: So yeah and then if they wanted to continue, the deposit just got credited towards their continuing program. So that is what was really helpful and then at the end, I had an exit interview. It was like after the 28-day challenge, if you want to continue, cool. If you don't want to continue, this is the final step to complete. And so I would just interview them for like 5 to 10 minutes be like, what did you like? What did you not like? What does it mean to Train Like a Gymnast? What would you say to anybody else who's thinking about it? All of those I have saved and are zoom video testimonials and it's crazy. I need to use them more, but they're on the website. Vincent Ferguson: Excellent. Well, that's awesome though. I'm quite impressed about that. Do they have access to you? Those who join? Danielle Gray: Yeah. So once you download the app, after every workout, it'll ask you to rate it, and then it'll ask you how'd it go? And when you answer how it went, it actually gets sent to me in my messages and I can respond to it. I think it goes through email, but you can always, email the team at Train Like a Gymnast. You can always find me through Instagram at Danielle Gray fit or Train Like a Gymnast. I will respond to you if you are a human, right. I just don't respond to bots. Danielle Gray: I want to help and I want to have a dialogue because I don't believe in it, oh, I have an app if you use it, cool, if you don't, whatever, I am really invested, you guys. I am looking at my numbers every day to see, oh my gosh, we have another person in, I have another person in, I want every single person in the app to have their own personal transformation. And the more I know about you as a person and what you like and what your goals are, the more I can tailor the app to you. But if I have no idea who you are, I'm just throwing stuff out there like, oh, I think this is good. And you might use it. You might not. Vincent Ferguson: Oh, so you tailor the app to the individual's needs. Danielle Gray: Yeah. So like if somebody messages me like, oh, I want more of this. Okay. That week I'll plan. All right, let's do a muffin top workout. Someone actually said that so let's do it. I mean, you can't spot reduce, but if people are giving me feedback, what they want, then I will plan to do that, I'm not set in my ways. I will just create all right, how can I train like a gymnast here, but help them target this or help them with this. If you were super stressed at work and they are like, oh this is great for busy days. All right I know people are busy. So let me add in a couple more meditations where I kind of center them and realign them so they can continue the rest of their day. So I really, really want, I want to talk to people for sure. Vincent Ferguson: Wow. That is awesome though. Now, would you say that Train Like a Gymnast is something that can be done internationally? Danielle Gray: Yes. Yeah, absolutely. So yes. I speak English and yes the follow-along workouts are in English, but the programs that I have are short looping clips. So this is a video, right? Like I can pull it up. Vincent Ferguson: Oh yes. Danielle Gray: Okay. So in the app, there are certain programs like, cause we're talking about the 28-day challenge. Once you're in the 28-day challenge, let's say you want to do core and upper body that day. It's going to take you about 45 minutes which means when you click start, you've got two circuits. I always give you core and then upper body, core-lower body, core-full body. You have a core workout every single time. Vincent Ferguson: Really. Danielle Gray: Every single time. And then ideally you're going to stretch at the end and cool down, but okay, let's start the core workout, press the button. And it's just looping videos like this. So you can see it and I'm not talking. So you can literally just copy and repeat. Then here, it'll tell you how many reps you got to do. You can swipe up. There we go and it'll tell you the writing of like what you need to do, what you got to focus on, and for a lot of these too, it's kind of like Instagram where you'll just tap to the next thing. But a lot of these will tell you a modification and a progression. So if it's too hard for you or it's too easy, then you just look in the description, and then you change it up and make it fit for you. Vincent Ferguson: Nice. Now how much is this app? Danielle Gray: So it's only a dollar for the first month, so you can give it a try. And then after that, it's only $14.99 a month after or $99.99 for the year. Vincent Ferguson: Oh, $99.99 for the year. Danielle Gray: Yeah so you'll save even more if you do that, but Vincent Ferguson: Yeah. But this is your app. Did you create this? Danielle Gray: So I'm on, also there's another, there's another, but wait, there's more. Yeah. So I'm on a platform, right? So all of my workouts are on this one platform. You'll download my app through that link. You're not going to be able to find the Train Like a Gymnast app in the app store, you have to go Train Like a Gymnast app.com to download it, but once you download it, it'll always bring you to Train Like a Gymnast. If you sign up through my link. But if you click the Discover tab, you will also get access to every other trainer on that platform with all of their workouts too. So you're literally paying $14.99 a month, not just for me, but for some of your other favorite fitness, you know? Vincent Ferguson: Oh really? So you have options to access a ton of them. Danielle Gray: Absolutely. Vincent Ferguson: When we pay for the use of your app, the platform that's hosting it, are they getting paid for that? Danielle Gray: Yes, this is the thing, that's why it's so important to sign up through the Train Like a Gymnast app.com because when you sign up through our app, small business, right. We make a bigger percentage. There's a revenue split. Vincent Ferguson: Okay. Danielle Gray: Somebody goes and downloads the main platform app first and then ends up using our stuff, we have to split with the app store, we have to split with the platform and then we make like a lower cut right. So right. Here's someone who loves to support female-owned businesses, small businesses in general, you're going to want to download through our website. Vincent Ferguson: Most definitely. This is an awesome business structure, format. I love it. And again, with the holidays coming, and then the new year, people are going to be like looking for opportunities in ways to lose weight. But again, it has to be realistic and sustainable. Danielle Gray: Exactly. Vincent Ferguson: This is sustainable. This is real. Okay. This is real. And I think you're going to do very well with this. Danielle Gray: Thank you. Vincent Ferguson: And I'm definitely going to promote it in my circles because I know a lot of people looking for opportunities like this, this is great. Danielle Gray: Right? And you don't have to just stay with mine. Like sure. You are supporting me, but you can go train with like Kevin Hart's trainer or if you want to train with a fashion model like there are so many different trainers on there with their own programs and stuff. So there are yoga people who have like 90-minute meditations. I swear that's real. So it's up to you. You can just kind of discover and experiment, but ultimately you are supporting us. You are giving us a chance if you can stay consistent and then on your other days just kind of check out and around, but I'm really about this sustainability. If you can't picture yourself doing something five years from now, it's not sustainable. Right? Vincent Ferguson: Exactly. Danielle Gray: If you're dieting, not sustainable, intermittent fasting or focusing on portion control is completely sustainable. Vincent Ferguson: Definitely. Danielle Gray: That's what I'm trying to get peoples' minds around, is this is a lifestyle, it's not going to happen overnight, but Train Like a Gymnast is dedication, is consistency, is repetition. Talk about how many times we do one skill to master it. I don't think people realize and that can be "boring" because it's not like a football game where you watch and it's a different team every time and you know, it just happens to call different players, when you watch gymnastics, that one gymnast is doing the same routine at every competition for that entire season. Vincent Ferguson: Yeah. Wow. Danielle Gray: So you are repeating those skills. That's why people are like, oh my gosh, they're so good, because literally a four hour practice, you're doing the same skill like a hundred times. Vincent Ferguson: Yes, exactly. Danielle Gray: So that's how you get strong and you get with your body. So I want people to really work on their core to get strong, but also lengthen their muscles so that they are less prone to injury, they're going to feel better, have less chronic pain. And then of course, if you're consistent and you like training as a gymnast, then you're going to do it more often. You're not going to avoid it and you're going to see results. And then the body that you want is going to become a side effect. Vincent Ferguson: Hmm. Most definitely. Danielle Gray: The thing that I tell a lot of people is, if you did a sport when you were younger, you weren't playing volleyball to have defined legs. You weren't playing soccer to do this. You know, you were doing it because you liked I, it was fun, it didn't feel like working out or you wanted to get better. And that's ultimately what you need to discover as an adult. For some reason, there aren't like a lot of organized adult sports, like it's just not a thing and it blows my mind. And I want to be part of that chain is like, just because you become an adult, doesn't mean you have to just, all right well that's done now I go to a gym to stay fit. A lot of people don't like that. Vincent Ferguson: Exactly. that's what I'm getting at. Where do you see yourself and your company in the next five years? Danielle Gray: Kind of what I was explaining before I want to be able to host big meetups where I can impact more lives in less amount of time. Right. Someone brings a friend and then that grows and that grows and that grows. And I want to be able to hire coaches to teach workshops around the country as well. I want to host these retreats in incredible destinations and help see that transformation and be a part of life change. Cause I've changed people's lives. I've heard from them like just shifting their mentality or realizing that they can do something. If I can learn a backflip in one day, what else can I do? Boom. And it gives them that courage to do more and take more risks. So I just want to continue to impact as many lives as possible. I would love for the app to have over a thousand numbers like that would blow my mind and be amazing. Vincent Ferguson: Thousand members? Danielle Gray: That's just like my minimum goal. I would love at least a thousand members worldwide. Vincent Ferguson: How many members do you have now if I may ask? Danielle Gray: It's funny because I haven't told, my ex and I live together, so he keeps asking me, but I haven't told him. Currently, I think we launched two weeks ago and we're at 61 right now. Okay, its still growing. Vincent Ferguson: Yeah. The app is new. The app is relatively new. Danielle Gray: Yeah and it's not even the new year yet. So I'm very excited because also, I don't know if anybody's heard of Vevobarefoot, they're going to donate a pair of shoes every month for a year for us to do as we please. So starting in January, we're going to do month-long challenges where if you do that month's challenge, you get entered in a raffle to win a pair of Vevobarefoot shoes of your choice. Vincent Ferguson: Wow. Danielle Gray: We're also doing it right now as a signup bonus. So if you sign up before December 24th, you're going to be entered to win a pair of Vevobarefoot shoes. Vincent Ferguson: Really now? Danielle Gray: Yeah. Vincent Ferguson: I can see a lot of sponsors coming to you. I can see you opening. Danielle Gray: We already have a lot and I'm excited. Vincent Ferguson: There you go. Exactly. Exactly. Wow. Where can my audience find out more about Danielle Gray and Train Like a Gymnast? Danielle Gray: So if you want to know about me, Danielle Gray fit on Instagram, on Facebook, on Twitter, I don't use Twitter. And on YouTube, Danielle Gray fit.com is where you can see my fitness modeling portfolio. It's where you can learn more about my stories, see press and interviews and podcast interviews. Then if you're interested in Train Like a Gymnast, whether it be the retreats or the app or anything like that, just go to trainlikeagymnast.com. You can get to our Instagram through my Instagram or through that website. And we have like a couple of freebies. There are a lot of ways that you can Train Like a Gymnast either for free or starting with the one dollar for the first-month app and potentially getting a pair of shoes. So, I hope you guys reach out. Ask questions, send me a DM. I check my requests. I check the comments. I respond to comments, everything like that. So there are so many ways to get a hold of me. Vincent Ferguson: Nice, Danielle Gray, on behalf of Body Sculpting New York and 6 Weeks to Fitness, I want to thank you for coming on my show today. Danielle Gray: Thank you so much for having me. I hope I vomited enough words for your audience. Vincent Ferguson: Ha, ha, to my listeners, I hope this program was inspiring, rewarding, and informative and that you had a wonderful time watching and listening to Danielle Gray and if you have any comments or suggestions for the show, please leave them in the comment section below and don't forget to subscribe, so you don't miss any future episodes. And remember you don't stop exercising because you grow old, you grow old because you stop exercising.
Welcome back to another solo episode, recorded straight from Tulum! Kelly is sharing how she manifested a last-minute trip to Tulum, what she did & didn't do to call it in, and answering some of the life & business questions you babes submitted on her IG! This episode is a must-listen if you want to strengthen your manifestation skills. Whether you're manifesting a trip, money or your dream home, this episode will help you! Join the waitlist for Freedom Business Babe and get a special discounted link that ONLY waitlist members are getting access to.
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"How Are You So Happy?" Rudy Vasquez gets asked all the time when people see him in his wheelchair, paralyzed from the waist down. Rudy taught us so much in our hour together, he changed our lives forever with his positive attitude and the most powerful lessons.Rudy was a soccer star since early on, then a soccer star on the SMU College Team and ultimately on the USA Soccer Olympic Team. An athlete through and through, always running, always on the go.Until that fateful night of October 19, 2017 when he and his best friend Bruce Harris, brother of former Dallas Mavericks Star Devin Harris, were involved in a horrific car accident. Their car stalled on the highway and they desperately tried to make it to the shoulder but were hit full speed from behind. Rudy describes in detail what happened, how he found out that his best friend Bruce didn't make it and that he himself was paralyzed. The story is gripping, devastating yet so uplifting. He shares something with us from the accident scene that he has never told anyone. Rudy believes that he will walk one day and we have no doubt that he will make that happen and we cannot wait for that day. Rudy tells us that the hardest to deal with was that he felt he failed his beautiful son Aston, but instead his son has now learned compassion, thoughtfulness and he is his helping hand 100% of the time. He says he would rather see his son be the best human being he can be instead of being the best athlete in the world. Meditation gets him through every day and challenging his belief system as well as eliminating your ego. He teaches us to practice self awareness and stay present and to get off your phones to not check out of real life. Ben, one of Rudy's best friends taught him to quit judging the experience before you have it, have the experience first and try to enjoy that and learn from it. That's what true life is. This has been the reason that Rudy has started traveling again because he has discovered that for every challenge there is going to be a solution. He talks about the trips he has taken so far to Miami, Columbia and Tulum. Rudy says that his injury has made him see the better part of people.Rudy credits his parents, his brother and his son for being 100 % supportive and helpful to him. Rudy has full custody of his son.He owns his own real estate firm Texas Trust Reality and an investment firm House Hercules. HIs son Aston is the proud owner of his own YouTube Channel Zenchi81-YT. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChSz_wsWWhju6SSiXMiSkGwhttps://www.instagram.com/gadugadyy/https://www.instagram.com/texastrustrealty/https://www.instagram.com/househercules/Question Of The Day:Is under a year of dating too soon to move in?Party With Miss Polly:So many people are just going through the motions during sex Gossip Segment - Too Posh Spills The Tea:Gabrielle comes to you with some extra juicy neighbor gossip ...............
In this episode we talked about: (6:20) All about Nadia's program (10:50) Being trapped in our zoom cubicles (15:36 Embodyment in our daily life and the different energies you project (22:31) The value of being stoic and the "work hard, play later" culture VS the mermaid, the queen, and the little girl (31:50) Aliveness, pain, and embodiment (41:00) where to find Nadia "In the world of embodiment, where we play in, is a world where the metric of success is how much life force is moving through your body." "I started seeing this as a sweet army of medicine women that were coming in to help us liberate ourselves from these messages that to me felt like they were shutting down our bodies." Connect with Amy: Download your FREE Guided Morning Ritual: https://amynatalieco.com/morningritual/ Join The Empowered Feminine FB Group: www.facebook.com/groups/empoweredfemininecommunity/ Find me on Instagram: @amynatalieco Website: www.amynatalieco.com -------------------- About Nadia: Nadia is an Embodiment & Intimacy Coach who helps visionaries reach embodied expression in their love and leadership. She is the creator of Embody by Nadia,™ an embodiment method that has helped thousands of women reconnect to their pleasure, power and play. Embody has been featured at the Health Coach Institute, Soul Camp (East & West), Goddess-on-the-Go, World Domination Summit, and many other events/retreats in Bali, Peru, Tulum and Hawaii. Embody has been taught at a UK Women's Prison, at an Eating Disorder Clinic and will soon teach classes to teens and WOC fighting depression. Nadia's core belief is that embracing our full range is the way we access our deepest potential and create space for an Embodied Union that heals the planet. Nadia trains women in embodiment through her signature program Embody by Nadia™. Nadia's Links: Embody Certification and training: EmbodybyNadia.ontralink.com/t?orid=695&opid=1 www.nadiamunla.com Embodydanceclass.com Instagram: @nadiamunla
Michelle and Ceruti talk about Steve's trip to Tulum including kids at clubs, aggressive Instagram influencers and whether or not it's acceptable to pee in the ocean. Michelle has a question about airplane etiquette. Plus they close it out with by drafting the most universally loved songs of all-time.
Jacob Gallagher is the men's fashion editor of Off Duty at The Wall Street Journal, his new book The Men's Fashion Book is out soon through Phaidon. We start off insulting each other at length but make sure you stick around to the end, it gets good. We chat about a Denver scene report, mead sipping, Jacob's choosey TV watching, a Dune debate, Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza, fashion suits vs regular suits, Justin Bieber's inability to wear clothing of any sort, TJ learns about “tailoring,” activations, honeymooning in Tulum, Jacob's gambling addiction, and we speak about his new book and the history of men's fashion. twitter.com/jacobwgallagher twitter.com/donetodeath twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support
IT'S YO BIRTHDAY SO I KNOW YOU WANT TO RIIIIDE OUT HAPPY 1ST BIRTHDAY TO SOFIA WITH AN F! AKA your girl's favorite podcast and your mother's worst nightmare (unless she's a Sloot too). This is a BIG one. Sofia has returned back from her world tour without getting jailed, although she was dangerously close to a public indecency arrest in Tulum. Just Sofia things. Next, we have a VERY informative Sloot University seminar on one of everyone's favorite past times: EATING PUSSY. Carpet munching, fellatio, cunnilingus if you will. This is for EVERYONE who's ever eaten or been interested in eating at the restaurant downstairs. It's a 5 star establishment we should ALL try. Reservations aren't hard to get either! Finally, Sofia tells a story about how SWAF REALLY came together including all of the tears, alcohol, and trauma that went down while trapped in an Airbnb with 2 randoms. Get your Kleenex ready Sloots, there are A LOT of tears of happiness in this one. Follow Sofia on Instagram and Twitter @SofiaFranklyn Find merch HERE: https://sofiafranklyn.com/ Episode promo codes: The Pill Club: http://thepillclub.com/SOFIA to receive your first birth control care package and donate to help more women in need of affordable birth control. Adam and Eve: http://adamandeve.com promo code SOFIA for free shipping ShipStation: http://shipstation.com promo code SOFIA60 for a 60 day free trial MeUndies: http://meundies.com/SOFIA for 15% off your first order and free shipping Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices