Yes, “living authentically” may be a cliché these days, but we know someone who does it in the most hardcore, badass way that we just had to have her on our show. In this episode of The Naked Broad View, Jill and I talk to Stephanie Earling, a certified personal trainer, yoga instructor, and tattooed […]
There’s a method to our madness … with food, anyway. In part two of our interview with yoga instructor and eating psychology coach Elisa Jordan we break down the 11 phases of eating psychology. Each stage can be beneficial, but it’s easy to get stuck in one phase at the expense of balance. Listen in […]
Jill and I sit down to talk with yoga instructor, eating psychology coach and former opera singer (Wha??? Yep!) Elisa Jordan. Elisa has been up and down the scale, and up and down the body image and self-worth roller coaster. In this episode of the Naked Broad View she shares how she came to find […]
We’re all obsessed with the number of calories we burn during our workouts. Every cardio machine at the gym has a calorie counter on it (never mind that they’re wildly inaccurate). All the popular weight loss apps have an exercise component that will “credit” your workout and magically award you more calories to […]
There’s a special place in heaven for yoga teachers, in my opinion. Roll out your mat and listen in as I talk to one of my favorite yoga teachers about some of the different types of yoga and the amazing benefit of making the mind-body-spirit connection.
A couple of weeks ago – without warning and with no explanation – the yoga studio where I’d been practicing for nearly five years shut its doors. My yogi friends and I were stunned. We met for coffee in the aftermath, to discuss our plan for finding a new yoga “home.” We’re hot yoga devotees, […]
There are four elements of fitness; does your workout hit them all? They are: strength, stamina, flexibility and balance. You could argue the balance one with me, but really why would you? (Besides, it’s my blog, so I win.) No, I’m teasing (mostly). But seriously, balance is a very important part of functional movement, especially as […]
Lined up on our mats, awaiting the start of yoga this morning, the instructor walked into the what we affectionately refer to as the “hot” room (it’s normally 105o and 40% humidity) and he informed us: “I don’t know if you noticed, but it’s a little hotter than usual in here today; the humidifier is broken […]