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The podcast for people who love to sew – from the people who love to write about sewing! Brought to you by the editors of Threads magazine, this insightful podcast takes on topics important to sewing enthusiasts. Listen in for humor, wisdom, and opinions from expert guests and the Threads staff as they discuss sewing techniques, fashion design, fitting conundrums, and more. Use your ears to become a better sewer! Hear the talent behind the world’s top garment-sewing magazine.
 
Discover more of who you are as an energetic being and gain valuable tools and insight into understanding how energy effects all of our relationships and communications. Utilize this wisdom to craft your life in a more beneficial way on your journey toward uncovering your authentic self through self awareness, conscious communication and emotional responsibility.
 
The Alexander Group's Revenue Growth Model Podcast shares the AGI point of view and expertise from our thought leaders, as well as insights from our executive events. AGI's Revenue Growth Model will help your company create a sales organization that is not easily copied by competitors. Your sales and support teams will be equipped to deliver value in a way that will differentiate your products and services, command a premium and deliver profitable growth. If you enjoy what you hear, learn mo ...
 
Fitness & Lifestyle Personality/Wealth& Wellness Coach, Ana Cabán, has changed the lives of millions with her award-winning bilingual fitness DVDs, found in over 70,000 major retailers worldwide, as well as through her live-streaming online workouts, (accessible on your laptop, tablet or smartphone). She has been featured in numerous publications including People, Oprah Magazine, Heath, Fitness, Pilates Style, InStyle-Mexico and Women's Health. Enjoy "Cafecito", (your coffee break), for your ...
 
Arthur Mendoza was the principal acting instructor for the Stella Adler Conservatory of Acting West. He has taught in Los Angeles for more than 20 years and has worked with such talents as Khandi Alexander, Sasha Barrese, Peta Wilson, Finola Hughes, Branford Marsalis, Deidre Hall, John Jopson, and Salma Hayek, and he worked extensively with Benicio del Toro after he won a scholarship to the Conservatory. He has performed in more than 124 plays and worked on television and in film, including ...
 
The San Jose Museum of Art is pleased to offer it's MUSE Award winning podcast. We strive to offer unique audio and video experiences that will help engage our visitors provoking thought and response. We invite you to subscribe to the SJMA PodCast so you will be informed of new content as it becomes available. We offer informational interviews with personalities from the art-world, downloadable exhibition tours for both our permanent collection and our temporary exhibits, and an occasional l ...
 
Classical Voice Canada podcasts will feature a new Classical Vocal artist each week, wherein we will discuss their favourite Classical genre(s), experiences, and career trajectories, and listen to one of their recordings. The recordings may be professionally done, or may be done as semi-professional or home-based recordings, as is the new norm we have gravitated to due to COVID-19. We hope that Classical Voice Canada will introduce you to new artists that you should be watching for in the fu ...
 
Ever wonder why a hug feels so good? Or a massage? Or hot baths? It is because these are the sorts of “words” our bodies understand. We can’t command a muscle to relax with a thought or a sentence. We have to speak the body’s language. We do this by combining love and attention with movement and touch. Music works too. This is the language our bodies understand. The Happy Body Podcast takes a different approach to tackling the challenge of physical pain and sickness by combining the wisdom o ...
 
Discussions on mindful music-making, efficient practice, and building a purposeful career with the performers, pedagogues, and innovators who are shaping the classical music world today! The Mind Over Finger Podcast is a resource for knowledge, insight, tips, tricks, and inspiration for musicians interested in learning more about practicing mindfully, performing optimally, and getting more intentional in creating a fulfilling musical career. We provide you with the tools to mindfully shift y ...
 
Upcoming Dj/Producers Steven Marques & Steven De La Fe Take you on a Journey Through Some Of Today's Best House Music from around the world. Hailing from Elizabeth, New Jersey, Kings of House (Steven De Lafe & Steven Marques) began their music careers in the underground scene and quickly gained popularity as a duo of DJ’s. Their sound incorporates a variety of progressive, tech, and conventional styles of house music, often featuring hit songs before they have even blown up. Having mastered ...
 
Over 80% of musicians suffer from performance-inhibiting pain during their careers. Don't be one of them! Listen to interviews with leading experts in the field of Performing Arts Medicine and top musicians as they give advice and insight into ways to live and practice for less pain and more music! Be sure to visit our online store to supply yourself with all you need to set up for success.
 
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This talk was given live during a session at the ATTGP online Alexander Technique Summit in October 2020, and is designed to be listened to while lying down in Constructive Rest. Andrea is an Alexander Technique teacher in Swarthmore, PA. ATTGP (Alexander Technique Teachers of Greater Philadelphia) website: alextechgreaterphila.com Andrea’s website…
 
Alexander Technique teachers Tim Soar and Tami Bulmash discuss vocal work for singers, musicians, voice artists and enthusiasts via the Alexander Technique. Tim is an Alexander Technique teacher in Swansea, London, Denmark and at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff. Tim's website: https://the-alexander-technique.org.uk/ Link to Ti…
 
For this episode, I bring you a powerful conversation with world-renowned Alexander Technique teacher Lori Schiff. As Lori shares on her website, the Alexander Technique “is a method for living better through your own mindfulness in action.” It can help you gain confidence and reduce pain, tension and fatigue. It allows you to connect with yourself…
 
Welcome to our 14th Episode! This is the first in our Wellness Series and I am delighted to introduce you to Alison Jane Taylor, an Alexander Technique expert and a Supervised Student of Gestalt Therapy, as well as a wonderful singer and artist! We get into some details about what it means to understand what is happening inside and outside of our b…
 
If someone asks you one or more of the following questions, how would you answer? Who are you? What are you about? How do you exemplify it? On the surface, these sound like pretty basic questions but if you get clear on the answers to them, they can help and support you to make decisions in line with your soul's purpose, stand in your power more co…
 
I’m very excited to have world-renowned violinist Leila Josefowicz on the show for you today! As you’ll hear in our discussion, Leila is a profoundly passionate and dedicated musician who approaches her craft with great depth and she shares incredible wisdom with us. Among many things, Leila elaborates on: The power of memorization What the “practi…
 
This is the audio of our live stream question and answer session that originally was broadcasted on 11-11-2020. In this stream we covered topics from episodes 71 & 72. The video of this stream can be found on our facebook (https://facebook.com/wisewhyspodcast) or our YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVuAdMa6qKmnoL-D3DiEpUA)…
 
This talk was given live during a session at the ATTGP online Alexander Technique Summit in October 2020, and is designed to be listened to while lying down in Constructive Rest. Meade is an Alexander Technique teacher in Lawrenceville and Princeton, NJ. ATTGP (Alexander Technique Teachers of Greater Philadelphia) website: alextechgreaterphila.com …
 
Today I’m bringing you a conversation previously aired on the Violin Podcast, hosted by Eric Mrugala. On the Violin Podcast Eric interviews violinists worldwide on a bi-weekly basis discussing violin news, practice tips, career advice, and their journey with the violin. Now, this was for the Violin Podcast, but it’s valuable information for all mus…
 
We've been taught to fear the future and dwell on the past all leaving us in a constant state of uncertainty... instead of living in the now. With so much divisiveness and polarization of almost every important topic, society has become a breeding ground for anxiousness, confusion and, our topic in this episode, anxiety. Almost everyone has suffere…
 
Debi Adams, an Alexander Technique teacher in the Boston area talks with Robert Rickover about the power of her self-discovery and the nuances of an attitudinal response. Debi’s websites: DebiAdamsAT.com and TheWellTemperedPianist.com Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com More information a…
 
For the second episode in our Wellness Series, I am so pleased to introduce Madison Ryley Arsenault to you! A classically trained Mezzo-Soprano, Madison is also a certified Yoga instructor, and she has found a way to tie together her knowledge of singing and the physiology of the voice, with that of the movement, stretching, and focus that yoga can…
 
Expert sewing machine technician Bernie Tobisch discusses troubleshooting and maintaining your sewing machine in this video podcast of Sewing With Threads. He also fields previously submitted questions from the Threads audience and even uses a few props to better explain his answers.
 
Robert Rickover, an Alexander Technique teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska talks with Eileen Troberman about the usefulness of a wide field of awareness. Robert’s website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska Eileen is an Alexander Technique teacher in the San Diego, California area. Eileen’s website: AlexanderTechniqueSanDiego.com More information about the Alexa…
 
In this inspiring and motivating conversation, National Symphony double bass player Ira Gold shares his wisdom on practicing and on leading a meaningful musical life. Ira expands on: How the things he does are reflections of his passions How serving the community and those who are following the artistic path has become vital part of his career How …
 
Margreet Bouwmeester, a Dutch Alexander Technique Teacher and Level 4 Centered Riding Clinician, talks with Robert Rickover about the principles of Centered Riding and how they were influcened by the Alexander Technique. Margreet’s website: Alona.nl Robert is an Alexander Technique teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Robert’s website:…
 
We have been trained to think that our preferences are what makes us who we are, as unique as we are, but there is another side to our preferences... the cost. There is a reason why Buddhism states that attachment is the root of suffering and we dive deep into this subject and how our preferences can cause us to become our of energetic balance.…
 
Robert Rickover talks with Imogen Ragone, an Alexander Technique teacher in Wilmington, Delaware, about the dramatic increase in Alexander Technique distance teaching, what it means for Alexander teachers, and for the future of the profession. Imogen’s website: ImogenRagone.com Robert teaches in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto Canada. Website: Alexan…
 
Alexander Technique teachers, Adrian Farrell and Tami Bulmash, discuss Adrian's article, "The Core Strength Myth" which was originally published in the Huffington Post UK. The article later went viral in the Body Wisdom publication on the platform, Medium. Adrian is an Alexander Technique teacher in Central and North London, having completed his tr…
 
This short podcast is an introduction to the upcoming series of discussions that I will be having with various experts and practitioners in the area of vocal health. I'll speak to an Alexander Technique expert and someone who is studying Gestalt Therapy, (Alison Jane Taylor) to a yoga enthusiast who built a business around Yoga for Singers, (Madiso…
 
When it comes to growing revenue, churn plays a critical role in XaaS and subscription-based businesses. Watch the discussion between Tim Willey, SVP of commercial strategy and operations at ForgeRock, and Ted Grossman, principal and Technology practice lead, to discover their insights into growing revenue through effectively evaluating churn. The …
 
Tessa Viotti, an Alexander Technique teacher in Milan, Italy, talks with Robert Rickover about the ways the Technique helped her to recover from a cancer surgeries. Tessa can be contacted through her listing here: AlexanderTechnique.org.za Robert teaches the Technique in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Robert's website: AlexanderTechniqueNeb…
 
Lyndsay Promane is from the Town of Aurora, just a bit North of the big city. A High Lyric Mezzo Soprano, she grew up in a very musical family and found her way quite circuitously to the world of classical voice ~ but once she did, she fit in perfectly! After graduating from U of T with a Bachelor's Degree in Music and then attending Opera School, …
 
In this episode I share with you the conversation I had with Trevor Jones on his Podcast, the Scholarship Roadmap! We cover a lot of ground in this 40-minute conversation including: The importance finding the right teachers for your education. Developing an efficient practicing system and excellent awareness Why practicing slowly isn’t enough A min…
 
Bob Lada, an Alexander Technique teacher in the Boston area talks with Robert Rickover, an Alexander Teacher in Lincoln Nebraska and Toronto, Canada, about ways in which the Technique can help musicians play and sing with less chance of strain or injury. Bob’s website: rllalex.com This podcast was taken from this YouTube video: https://rb.gy/oc4j8t…
 
To learn more about Anna's story: Anna's Blog: https://sites.google.com/view/braindumpakl/home News story of her accident: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/local/college-grad-hurt-in-ecuador-crash-charlotte-family-raising-money-for-medical-funds/275-4735d538-0267-41bf-9cdb-16931748386fBy Aaron Keith & Alexander
 
Alexander Technique teachers Beret Arcaya and Tami Bulmash discuss the roles of habits that interfere with optimal functioning and mobility. Beret reads an excerpt from FM Alexander's book, "Constructive Conscious Control of the Individual" and further explores the implications of misuse of the mind-body. Beret Arcaya is a Master Alexander Techniqu…
 
Tenor Fabián Arciniegas joins us today from Cobourg ON, where he makes his home with his wife and two children. Fabián is a charming and animated person and his joie de vivre shines through in speaking with him! Fabián tells us about his journey from Cali, Colombia to Canada, where he continued his voice studies at U of T in their Opera Performance…
 
In this episode I’m talking health and wellness with David Cartolano, Host of the Conditioned Musician podcast! David is an ACSM certified Exercise Physiologist and has a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and he’s on a mission to build stronger, more resilient, and more creative musicians. We cover the things that musicians can do to be healthi…
 
Alexander Technique teachers Bob Lada and Robert Rickover talk about their views on Alexander distance teaching. Bob lives in the Boston area. Bob’s website: rllalex.com Robert teaches in Lincoln, NE and Toronto, Canada. Rober’s website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com This podcast was taken from the YouTube video: rb.gy/2trzpc More information abou…
 
In our third edition of our "My Personal Journey" series, Michelle joins us to discuss her experience in utilizing the J.U.S.T. Philosophy within her personal life, relationships and career. Experiences of all types are shared and discussed with perspectives from Alexander and Aaron tying in the importance of the philosophy. If you are interested i…
 
Robert Rickover, an Alexander Technique teacher in Lincoln, Nebraska talks with Eileen Troberman about a challenge to effective self directing, and how to overcome it. Robert’s website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska.com Eileen is an Alexander Technique teacher in the San Diego, California area. Eileen’s website: AlexanderTechniqueSanDiego.com More inf…
 
Meet Canadian-Estonian Tenor Stephen Bell! Originally from BC, he makes his home now in Toronto. Stephen is a long time member of the Canadian Opera Company Chorus, but that's not his only gig! This multi-talented person performs as a soloist, has recorded a few CDs, and has an entrepreneurial spirit that will inspire you. Stephen takes us through …
 
In this episode, I have the great pleasure of speaking about all things mindful practice with international cello soloist Alisa Weilerstein. Alisa has attracted widespread attention for her playing that combines natural virtuosity and technical precision with impassioned musicianship. In this episode, Alisa shares insight on: How her parents nurtur…
 
Alexander Technique teachers Lauren Hill and Tami Bulmash discuss Lauren's article, "Be Quick but Don't Hurry: How to harness your mind-muscle connection" and distinguish between being quick and hurrying. Lauren is an Alexander Technique teacher in St. Paul, Minnesota and assists at the Minnesota Center for the Alexander Technique, an Alexander tea…
 
Karen Evans, an Alexander Technique teacher in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, England talks with Robert Rickover about the ways the Technique helped her to recover from a hysterectomy. Karen’s website: AshbyAlexanderTechnique.com Robert teaches the Technique in Lincoln, Nebraska and Toronto, Canada. Robert’s website: AlexanderTechniqueNebraska More information…
 
This is the audio of our live stream question and answer session that originally was broadcasted on 9-14-2020. In this stream we covered topics from episodes 66-68 and beyond. The video of this stream can be found on our facebook (https://facebook.com/wisewhyspodcast) or our YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVuAdMa6qKmnoL-D3DiEpUA)…
 
Today is a special episode: I’m bringing you a conversation I had on another podcast, the awesome Conditioned Musician Podcast hosted by the equally awesome David Cartolano! David is an ACSM certified Exercise Physiologist and has a bachelor’s degree in exercise science, and he’s on a mission to build stronger, more resilient, and more creative mus…
 
The pandemic has forced dramatic change into so many aspects of business, and certainly into revenue leadership. As a new CEO, Bruce Dahlgren shares his thoughts on organizing and leading the revenue function during the pandemic and positioning for the post-pandemic world. Through his 3+ decade career from VP to CEO, Bruce has created techniques to…
 
In our second edition of our "My Personal Journey" series, Laurel joins us to discuss her experience in utilizing the J.U.S.T. Philosophy within her personal life, relationships and career. Experiences of all types are shared and discussed with perspectives from Alexander and Aaron tying in the importance of the philosophy. If you are interested in…
 
Soprano Maureen Batt hails from Fredericton, New Brunswick, and has since made her home in Halifax N.S. In this Episode, Maureen shares with us a little bit about her educational background, and how important she felt the aspects of Theory and Music History have been for her. If you are considering a Masters Program in Music, Maureen has a lot of i…
 
Melissa White and Elena Urioste — violinists, yoginis, and dear friends run Intermission, a ground-breaking program that unites body, mind, breath, and music-making through yoga and meditation. MORE ABOUT MELISSA WHITE AND ELENA URIOSTE FROM INTERMISSION: Website: https://www.intermissionsessions.com/ Intermission App: https://apps.apple.com/us/app…
 
Turkish-Canadian Mezzo Soprano Beste Kalender has gained international recognition in a very short time, for her voice and her stage presence, and she has much more to offer! Mysterious, convivial and intelligent; you’ll be taken with her the instant you meet her. Beste chats with us about her early years in Turkey, and what got her excited about O…
 
Alexander Technique teachers Tami Bulmash and Lauren Hill discuss Tami's article, "Here's What Your Posture Says about You" and explore the varying perceptions of posture. Tami is an Alexander Technique teacher in Melbourne, Florida, and the author of iPosture: A Closer Look at the Lifestyle Practices of Schoolchildren. She is the founder of the Bo…
 
In our first edition of our "My Personal Journey" series, Claire joins us to discuss her experience in utilizing the J.U.S.T. Philosophy within her personal life, relationships and career. Experiences of all types are shared and discussed with perspectives from Alexander and Aaron tying in the importance of the philosophy. If you are interested in …
 
Performance Reboot – A 3-Part Motivation-Reset Workshop for Musicians Rediscover your passion + jumpstart your process – so you’re ahead of the pack when concerts come back Stage Ready… Set… GO! Workshop prompts and reflections: www.mindoverfinger.com/resources And for the best practicing and performing season of your life, Dr. Gauthier invites you…
 
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