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Yoga Meets Movement Science takes a science-based look at many of the common questions, myths, and controversies that arise in the realms of yoga, movement, and fitness. Join yoga teacher and educator Jenni Rawlings and Exercise Science professor and longtime yogi Travis Pollen on this crash course, where the worlds of yoga and movement science collide!
 
Where Strength and Nourishment Collide! A non-conventional approach to health and fitness, your host Kelsey Albers dives into what it means to be strong and nourished. Fueled by her own passion and expectation to live a better life, she hosts experts in the wellness field to discuss a wide range of topics, all looping back to the basic desire to be better. A division of Ignite. Nourish. Thrive. LLC.
 
Madames, Heauxs and Gigolos explores the fascinating history of sex work, events in sexual revolutions, people in history, other topics around sex, and the history of sex work. Join hosts Heather, Connor, and Anthony as they discuss the oldest profession and all things relating to sex and history. Heather’s research, Connor’s wit, and Anthony's charm collide to bring a bi-weekly podcast celebrating the stories of courageous women and men who have been shunned by society because of their trad ...
 
DEEKAST is a conversational podcast hosted by Niagara music producer, DJ, designer & gaming enthusiast Derek Veenhof (@deekatello). A millennial counterculture movement discussing anything & everything: gaming, music, pop culture, history, politics, science, religion & philosophy and the nexuses where these worlds collide. Produced by Shapestate Studios. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deekast/support
 
We all know that marketers can have a bad rep. Let’s be honest, we’re one of the least trusted professions in the world, ranking somewhere alongside politicians and journalists at the bottom of every poll from the last few years. But what about the people who use their positions of influence to spread positive messages, entertain the world and make us all smile? This podcast speaks to some of these people about everything from inspiring social change to providing light entertainment to the w ...
 
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In this episode, yoga teacher Jenni Rawlings and Exercise Science professor Travis Pollen discuss the confusing and not-well-defined term of “functional movement” and whether this term should be used to describe yoga. Topics covered in this episode include: What does the term functional movement mean? How is the term functional movement commonly us…
 
When we think of pornography, we usually think of weak step-brother / step-sister stories and bad acting in short films with low production value. But over 90% of women like to use their imaginations. In this episode, we are joined by guest Jim Nova. Jim creates audio porn for women & gay men, making over 70,000 people feel good every day. With his…
 
This episode might change the way you think about yoga sequencing! In this episode, yoga teacher Jenni Rawlings and Exercise Science professor Travis Pollen have a thorough, nuanced discussion about yoga sequencing. Using a movement science lens, they cover what yoga sequencing is, why it matters, some common approaches to sequencing, and they incl…
 
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is the longest-running theatrical release in film history. It’s established itself as a cult classic with over 46 years of midnight screenings. It was one of the first musicals to depict fluid sexuality and is said to have been an influence on the countercultural and sexual liberation movements that followed. We're joi…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: Today's episode discusses child loss. Please be advised. Trauma happens to all of us. Sometimes, things get really really hard. This is the time where we may turn our focus from self-care to survival. That feels logical, right? Today's guest, Sonja Prince shares her story and how focusing on self-care helped her survive. Sonja is a…
 
Movement is really important, but it's not always about getting to the gym. In fact, our time in the gym is one little sliver of the movement pie. Join Heather as she chats with Marie Newkirk to talk about the importance of moving well as we age. Marie shares practical advice on critical movement patterns. For self-care - move your body!Follow Mari…
 
On June 23, 1993, between 3:30 and 4:30 A.M., Lorena Bobbitt, cut off the penis of her sleeping husband, John Wayne Bobbitt, in Manassas, Virginia. The case was an immediate sensation. How could it not have been? Hyped up by both journalists and comedians, her trial in January of 1994 was the world’s number one media event. Had Lorena murdered her …
 
Learn all about the term “stability” as it applies to the human body and movement! Stability is a buzz term in the yoga, movement, and fitness worlds today, and it’s often used in multiple different ways to mean different things, which can make for a confusing and not well-understood concept. In this episode, yoga teacher Jenni Rawlings and Exercis…
 
Human beings have been connected with nature since our very beginning. Most of us crave some sort of natural setting (waves on the shore, hiking in the woods, brunch outside). But getting outside is more than just an indulgence - it's an essential aspect of self-care. Listen as Kelsey shares with Heather what she's learned about getting outside for…
 
Buried beneath divisions and sub-groups in the CIA, MKUltra . Today we are joined by friend to the podcast Ditty as we discuss Operation Climax was a sub project of MK-Ultra. A top secret program that sanctioned the use of psycho active drugs on American citizens. It began as early as 1950, but wasn’t official until 1953, using shady psychiatrist, …
 
Tania Israel is a Professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. Tania's book Beyond Your Bubble: How to Connect Across the Political Divide, Skills and Strategies for Conv…
 
The most basic self-care step you can take is to nourish your body with nourishing foods. But it's usually easier said than done. Join Heather today as she chats with Belkis Crowe. Belkis owns her own meal prep service, so she has ALL the tips for faster food prep. She also understands the foundational relationship between food and loving yourself …
 
William Henry Cosby Jr. broke cultural and racial barriers in 1961 when he co starred in I Spy and won three Emmys. He wrote best selling books about parenthood, had a Grammy award winning comic routine where he developed the Fat Albert character, developed The Cosby Show where he played Cliff Huxtable and gained the reputation of being “America’s …
 
Dr. Jonathan Howard is a neurologist and psychiatrist based in New York City who has been interested in vaccines since long before COVID-19. He works treating MS and on the neurology and psychiatric wards at Bellevue Hospital, the oldest public hospital in the United States. We discuss Myocarditis (from Covid-19 vs Vaccines), vaccine eligibility in…
 
Join Heather as she welcomes guest Sara Somers to the podcast. Sara has a very personal and riveting story to tell about her own food addiction journey. Sara has now been in recovery since 2005, giving hope to all those out there who might be suffering. Tune into this episode to meet Sara, hear an amazing excerpt from her memoir, "Saving Sara," and…
 
Lauren Ashcroft, the founder of UltimateYou, joins Mad Influence to talk about how she launched a globally successful business in the middle of the pandemic, to help people realise their ambitions. We talk about her journey from being made redundant to creating a set of products that have been reviewed by Women’s Health as having ‘life-changing pow…
 
Scott Flansburg is from upstate New York and he is known worldwide as the Human Calculator. He holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest mental calculation after adding the same number to itself more times in 15 seconds. He is also an annual host and founder of The National Counting Bee, a fast-paced annual competition to find the fastest hum…
 
Yuri Deigin is a Russian-Canadian biotech entrepreneur and life extension activist whose primary area of expertise lies in the field of drug discovery and development. He wrote a 16,000 word essay on Medium where he argued that the Wuhan Lab Leak theory of Covid-19's origins has strong evidence for it. Many virologists disagree with this sentiment,…
 
William Henry Cosby Jr. broke cultural and racial barriers in 1961 when he co starred in I Spy and won three Emmys. He wrote best selling books about parenthood, had a Grammy award winning comic routine where he developed the Fat Albert character, developed The Cosby Show where he played Cliff Huxtable and gained the reputation of being “America’s …
 
Andre Pineda is a Scientific Advisor and Communicator, he holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences and is based in New York but originally from Hamilton, Ontario. Andre and I discuss science communication, legal scientific advisory, scientific literacy, public trust / trust in experts, challenging beliefs and worldviews, and we tackle some Covid-19 mis…
 
This week, Kelsey is joined by Caroline Skelly to talk about the "why" of food addiction. Specifically: trauma. What is trauma? Spoiler alert - we all have trauma, even if it's "just" being called fat when we were kids. Caroline shares the why and how of working through trauma so we can move to what we're seeking: healing.…
 
Lalo Dagach is the 'Chilean Palistinean', and he hosts the Lalo Dagach podcast. Lalo has appeared on shows like the Dave Rubin show and has a prominent twitter following. We discussed Chilean history, the 1973 Chilean coup d'état, Chilean politics and the election in 2021, Venezuela, the Iraq War, and a bit about Covid-19 and vaccines including man…
 
On today's episode, Heather and Kelsey talk with Jessie Golden. Jessie works with women to get to the bottom of addictive patterns of eating. Rather than using abstinence, she advocates for an intuitive based approach. In the past two episodes, Kelsey and Heather have focused on abstinence from addictive foods. This approach is the other side of th…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic created a massive upheaval in our lives, and many people are still dealing with its effects. For single people, lockdowns and safety guidelines totally changed the way we date and pursue romantic relationships. While dating was not altogether put on hold, COVID restrictions meant an increased reliance on online dating and alte…
 
Join Kelsey as she talks with Jessyca Reynolds about Food Addiction!Jessyca has a powerful story about her food addiction - one you will definitely want to hear! After decades of struggling and attempts at help gone awry, Jessyca found a solution that worked for her.But her solution is a two-parter - what you eat and modifying behaviors.Tune in to …
 
Erick Galindo is a Telly Award and James Beard Foundation-winning Latino filmmaker, journalist, and culture writer who has published and produced work for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, KPCC/LAist and more. Erick is the host of “WILD,” a new podcast from LAist Studios about perseverance in the face of moments that feel too big to overcome b…
 
Chippendales has become an iconic American institution. Just hearing the name conjures up instant images of oiled-up guys flexing their pecs, wearing bow ties (and very little else), and gyrating for a crowd of screaming ladies. But if your knowledge of Chippendales ends there, you're missing out on a story where the rise of feminism, the American …
 
Season 0, Episode 3 of the Barbells and Bone Broth Podcast with Kelsey Albers and Heather HamannOn this episode, get (re-)acquainted with Kelsey! Heather interviews Kelsey. Who is Kelsey? Where is she from? What gets her out of bed in the morning? Listen to find out!Send questions and topic suggestions to barbellsandbonebrothpodcast@gmail.comCatch …
 
Season 0, Episode 2 of the Barbells and Bone Broth Podcast with Kelsey Albers and Heather HamannOn this episode, get to know Heather! Kelsey interviews Heather. Who is Heather? Where is she from? What gets her out of bed in the morning? Listen to find out!Send questions and topic suggestions to barbellsandbonebrothpodcast@gmail.comCatch up with Kel…
 
Ready.Set.RE-LAUNCH!An event 5 years in the making, Kelsey Albers is back and she's joined by Heather Hamann, NTP.The Barbells and Bone Broth Podcast not only has a new host, it has a new format! Listen to catch up with Kelsey, get to know Heather, and hear about the plans for the new and improved BB&BB Podcast!Send questions and topic suggestions …
 
The nation's oldest, continuously operating brothel opened for business in 1844. It operated out of a pine-board hotel during the early years but it's location had changed nearly a half dozen times during its history and had several different names, typically it was named after a reigning madam. From the Civil War to World War I, especially during …
 
It was a time of excitement and danger when the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation declared "that all persons held as slaves" within the rebellious states "are, and shall be free." The Klu Klux Klan was rising to prominence, and soon the first black man was elected into Congress. A former slave, reigned over a secret world of drag balls in Wa…
 
Mick West is a British-American science writer, skeptical investigator, and retired video game programmer. His book is Escaping the Rabbit Hole: How to Debunk Conspiracy Theories Using Facts, Logic, and Respect. Kevin M. Folta is a professor of the horticultural sciences department at the University of Florida. Kevin hosts the Talking Biotech podca…
 
Before LGBTQ Americans could gather peacefully in the streets for Pride parades, there were protests, riots, and other acts of disobedience. Sometimes violent, often militant, and always disruptive, the necessary, anti-establishment actions of our predecessors paved the way for a more tolerant, accepting world to come. The fight for queer liberatio…
 
Lorenzo Hagerty is the host of the Psychedelic Salon podcast, he is an author and formerly an attorney, U.S. Naval officer, electrical engineer, motivational speaker, and corporate geek. We discuss Lorenzo's past as an attorney in Texas, his first time trying MDMA, resorting to dealing MDMA to support a failing computer company being run out by IBM…
 
Dr. Dan Wilson holds a PHD in molecular biology and hosts a YouTube channel called Debunk the Funk. His latest series called Debunking the Disinformation Dozen tackles a specific group of anti-vaxxers and covid-deniers who have been shown to produce 65% of all anti-vaccine misinformation posted online. He uses plain English and logic to examine var…
 
Women belonging to one of the most marginalized and stigmatized categories of society, sex worker, dared to unite against police repression and question the government with a publicly presented list of grievances and demands.On June 2 1975, sex workers occupied the church of Saint Nazier in Lyon, France to protest against harassment by the police, …
 
Of all the ways music may influence your life, you may not realize its connection to sex. The songs, artists, and playlists you have on repeat can actually impact your attitudes and expectations in the bedroom. Of course, this influence can extend beyond sexuality and into everyday life.This episode Heather and Connor are joined by Anthony Bedgood,…
 
Katie Martell, speaker, writer, documentary maker, and marketing expert, joins Mad Influence to talk about what happens when social movements and brands collide. We talk about how Katie carved out her career by being brutally honest, and as ready to critique the marketing industry as to champion it. We talk about the difference between genuine ally…
 
In this episode, Dr. J join Heather for a discussion about Hybristophilia, also known as “Bonnie and Clyde Syndrome". It’s an atypical sexual desire in which sexual arousal is contingent upon being with a partner known to have committed an outrage, cheating, lying, known infidelities, or crime.This episode's charity, suggested by our guest Dr. J, i…
 
In this episode I talk with Ron Butler (@ronmortgageguy) from the Greater Toronto Area. We discuss the history of mortgages, the stark rise in Canadian home prices since the year 2000 and especially in the past few years, possible solutions to the problem, low interest rates, Quantitative Easing and inflation, foreign investors in Canadian homes, m…
 
Claire Eades, CEO and founder of Marmalade Film and Media, joins Mad Influence to talk about what it was like setting up an agency aimed at getting brands to care about purpose a decade before it became top of everyone’s agenda. We chat about some of her most memorable campaigns, like the one which reduced teen pregnancy by 25%, and had everyone in…
 
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