Clutter doesn't just fill our homes. Our homes, emotions, calendars, and lives are jam-packed. But it is Rebecca Mezzino's mission to assist others in decluttering their lives. And in this episode, she is sharing the top habits for an uncluttered life. Not only is she reminding us to clean out our closets, but she is also asking us to reconsider how we shop, what we buy, and how we fill our calendars. And, importantly, this conversation begs the questions why do we fill our lives with so much? And what are the larger social, political, and economic implications of our over-filled lives?
Along the way, we talk about hot yoga, Rent the Musical, My Favorite Murder, Hidden Brain, Stranger Things, The Walking Dead, Swamp Thing, true crime, and more.To learn more about Rebecca Mezzino and her business Clear Space, visit her at https://clearspace.net.au/ Listen to Rebecca M.'s podcast Be Uncluttered at https://www.beuncluttered.com.au/ And check her out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/beuncluttered/ and at https://www.facebook.com/ProfessionalOrganiser/
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In this week's episode, I'm hanging out with Gaby Merediz, creator of Make Your Perfect. Gaby believes that the answer to everything in life is to pay attention to your vagina--literally and metaphorically. In doing so, we (women + men) can experience the fullness of life. And most importantly, we can tap into the subtle senses and see every step of life as part of the creative process. Or, as she says, "When you let go of what everyone taught you to be and embrace your radical authenticity, you live with creativity, pleasure, and flow."
Along the way, we talk about yoga, motherhood, children, the North Carolina mountains, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, the chakras, and more.
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Kids yoga is emerging in schools, daycares, and beyond. But Dr. Kate Bartram Brown, founder of Mini Me Yoga, is taking it to the next level. Kate started her children's yoga program during civil unrest in the Middle East. And now her program is taught in 32 countries and has won prestigious awards in the United Kingdom. Listen to learn how a daily yoga practice for kids is healthy for not just the children, but also for parents, teachers, and other caretakers.
Of course, along the way, we cover a wide range of topics, including mathematics, spooky theory, sacred geometry, British television, + and my lifelong hangup about my distant relative Wallis Warfield Simpson.
If you would like to learn more about Mini Me Yoga or want to become an ambassador of the program, visit https://minimeyoga.com/. Inquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Please, include "Mini Me Ambassador" in the subject line.
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Join me for the 10-Minute Summer Staycation in July! Each day in the month of July, you will receive yoga classes, meditations, recipes, self-care practices, and more in your inbox! This month-long event is designed to inspire 10 minutes of bliss every day. It's like a yoga retreat, but at home. And waaay cheaper! Visit https://www.rebeccawarfield.com/shop/july-10-minute-summer-staycation
You don't have to be an advanced yogi to do arm balances. In fact, you don't even have to do arm balances at all. In this special episode of Dharma Drops Podcast, I'm talking about one of the more sensitive topics in my own practice--arm balances. Even after all of these years practicing and teaching, I still struggle with them. And that's okay! This episode underscores the notion that it doesn't matter if you can do arm balances in your yoga practice. But what can you learn from trying?
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The act of letting go is HARD! But when we do it, magical outcomes can emerge. And that's what Jackie DeConti and I are talking about in this episode of Dharma Drops--the process of letting go, the importance of sitting in the stillness, and, waiting for the magic to happen. And how do we do this? Through yoga, of course!
Along the way, we cover the everlasting topic of Game of Thrones, my adventures of seasickness on the way to the Bahamas, moonflowers, Pixie Lighthorse books, sacred geometry, The Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, Black Mirror, Baywatch, and more!
To stay in touch with Jackie, follower her on Instagram at @jackie_deconti.
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Mean Girls the movie might be "fetch." But the inner mean girl voice isn't. In this episode, I'm virtually hanging out with coach and speaker Keegan White. And she is teaching us how to tame the inner critic--or the inner mean girl. In turn, she reminds us that we are not our thoughts. By kicking the inner mean girl to the curb, we can build resilience, improve our health, and empower ourselves to live our best lives. Plus, Keegan is offering a free guided meditation for all Dharma Drops listeners!
Along the way, we talk about yoga, dance, celebrities, the importance of movement for overall wellbeing and health, TV, historical fiction, and more.
Ps. Keegan mostly works with women, but if you are a human and have a brain that thinks--this episode is for you!
Keep up with Keegan at:Website: https://www.thekeeganwhite.com/home Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thekeeganwhite/?hl=en
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Yoga for teen girls? Had someone introduced me to yoga as a teenager, I would have saved thousands of dollars in therapy! Luckily, today's young women have yoga teacher Jane Chapman-Holt. In this episode, I'm chuffed to talk with Jane about her program Yoga for Young Ladies--a series for teen girls that teaches how to use yoga to manage the stresses of school, social life, and adolescence.
Of course, we talk about many other things: British/American English; Crazy Sexy Diet; swimming; The OA; books; foot fetishes; and rattlesnakes. You know, normal stuff.
To learn more about Jane's Yoga for Young Ladies program, you can find her at:Website: janechapmanholtyoga.com Instagram: @janechapmanholt Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jane.chapmanholt
To register for or be inspired by Jane's Young for Young Ladies series, visit: longwaveyoga.com
As usual, I can't think of the name of a book or author. To follow-up, the diet book we are referencing is Crazy Sexy Diet by Kris Carr.
Mindfulness vs. Meditation? In celebration of our new collaboration Dani Nir-McGrath, creator of Spiritual Junkies, and I are chatting it up in a full-length bonus episode! Dani is letting go of the dogma and stereotypes surrounding meditation and mindfulness and sharing her top three ways to be mindful. Along the way, we touch on crystals, succulents, mixed martial arts, Oprah, Cops, theme songs, and more. You know, the normal shenanigans.
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I'm chatting it up in my first virtually-recorded episode with Kim and Kimberly of Reds, Whites, and Conversations podcast! In this episode, we are talking about the importance of engaging in vulnerable conversations and the path toward personal growth. And along the way, we touch on Game of Thrones, the new Hulu show The Act, poetry, wine, and more. Plus, I reveal my claim-to-the-royal-throne fun fact.
And to follow-up from all of my unknowns on the episode, Oprah's book is The Path Made Clear. And the poet I referenced is Nikky Finney!
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Dharma Drops is growing! With listeners in 17 countries, this podcast is an evolving community of yogis and non-yogis. As such, I want to celebrate YOU! This surprise episode tells the story of my first yoga class. And I'm also sending out a request for your stories to share on upcoming bonus episodes so we can celebrate, laugh, and cry with each other. Oh, and I also spend a little time begging you for Easter candy. Normal business around here.
To send in your story about your first, best, or worst yoga class email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or leave your story as a voicemail at 910-388-9097.
Because Dharma Drops is about yoga, life, and whatever, please feel free to send any stories you think fit into the context of the show. However, the first few bonus episodes will be focused on the first, best, and worst yoga experiences.
In this episode, I'm drinking (and choking on) kombucha with Ryanna Battiste, owner of The New School Kitchen. We are chatting about health, food, and eating habits. And Ryanna shares her 5 Rules for Changing Food Stuff. Along the way, we talk about a little 90s music, whistling championships, hog feces, books, and more.
Also, Ryanna is giving away a free plant-based eBook for all Dharma Drops listeners. Head over to rebeccawarfield.com to score your free copy.
In this episode, I'm hanging out with physical therapist, medical therapist, and educator Jess Hartmann. As usual on Dharma Drops, we cover a wide range of topics: adventure, crocodiles, Game of Thrones, and more. But, most importantly, Jess reminds us that your yoga practice only has to look one way--YOUR WAY! We also release a public service announcement: don't feed the crocodiles!
In this episode of Dharma Drops: Yoga, Life, Whatever, I'm hanging out with yoga teacher Logan Wagenseller. We're talking about The Handmaid's Tale, Ayurveda, the elements, and more. And there are even a few (literal) cat fights.
To learn more about Logan and her offerings, visit her on Instagram at @logie_the_yogi.
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It's the first "Shootin' the Shiitake" episode with my friend and yoga life partner, Angela David! Angela and I are doing what we do best--talking. In this episode, we are chatting about pizza, finding a teacher, uncovering Spirit, and more. And stay tuned to the very end where we undergo a true test of friendship.
To keep up with this week's guest, Angela David, follow her on Instagram at @angeladavidyoga
In this episode, we are exploring what it means to stay in the seat of the beginner. But before we get there, we have a few pit stops along the way about activism, South Park, ballet, and more. For blogs, courses, and more, visit rebeccawarfield.com.
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Let's celebrate the month of love--with conflict. It's can't be all love and light all of the time. And if we use "positive vibes" to ignore or spiritually bypass reality, are we really experiencing the fullness of life? Follow up blogs available at rebeccawarfield.com/blog References used in this episode: The Bhagavad Gita. Translated by Eknath Easwaran. 2nd Edition, Nilgiri Press, 2009.