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Healthy Van Life with Petra Fisher

Show Notes - Healthy Van Life with Petra Fisher For full podcast notes and links for this episodeclick hereor the picture and link below: Show Notes atEatMoveLive52.com/Petra Petra Fisher Bio Petra was certified as a Restorative Exercise Specialist by Nutritious Movement in January 2013 and has completed over 200 hours of additional continuing education training from Nutritious Movement since that time. She is a teacher trainer for Nutritious Movement, and an instructor for the international Move Your DNA workshop program. She was certified to teach MovNat Level 1 in October, 2018. and certified as a Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist in March, 2019. She lives and works as a full-time traveler since August 2018, camping, moving and exploring the world with her partner Chris in their 2003 Toyota 4Runner, Sophie. Prior to her career as a movement coach, Petra was a practicing Ontario lawyer, graduating with a JD from the University of Toronto in 2004. Topics Discussed A little about how the three of us met initially and how we have loved you ever since :) You live an active personal and professional life people “can see” on social media - as if it’s the most natural thing you’ve always done! Tell us a bit about how you went from working a normal day job that most people dream of, to living the movement rich life you live now? What was your initial motivation to start studying movement and how has it changed over time? How do you personally see the roles of a structured movement practice or exercise vs the role of environment in health? Tell us a bit about your van life journey - your inspiration, how you did it and what have you experienced and learned so far? How has this experience changed your body and how you feel? Are you able to feel the difference in circadian rhythms or quality of movement, digestion, stress, or any other measurable aspect of life? How has your “adventure” shown up mentally: do you feel an effect on your self-efficacy, or self-confidence, or ability to work with more flow and less pressure? How has it been for you and your partner? You work with people who are working on improving their quality of movement daily. What are some modern challenges you see everyone share and what would be a few steps you think everyone can take to remedy them? Both you and us are so passionate about healthy eating! What have you found has been a new baseline of organizing your meals and how does traveling in different countries, climates and local diets affect you? What is something you are working on right now that people should know about? How can they follow you? Petra Fisher - Episode Links and Resources Petra Fisher Movement Petra Fisher on Facebook Petra Fisher on Instagram Get Petra's Joints For Life program, and save with the coupon codeCARS52. Get Joints for Life here Be sure to use CARS52 at checkout to save. Love the show? Subscribe and Review the EatMoveLive52 Podcast Reviews help spread the word, big time! It only takes a minute to leave a quick review. Just try ten words and see how fast it goes! Oh, and subscribing to the show brings each episode to you and your phone automatically! Subscribe or review on Apple/iTunes Subscribe or review on Podbean Subscribe or review on Stitcher Subscribe or review on Google Play Use the RSS feed in your favorite podcast app Our podcast theme music is "Protofunk" by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0. Talk soon, Roland & Galina

56 MINFEB 7
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Healthy Van Life with Petra Fisher

Amy Kubal, The Trend Free RD

We've been fans of Amy Kubal's humor and common sense nutrition for years, so when she said yes to joining us, we were (and still are) thrilled! Show Notes - Nutrition Myths & Realities with Trend Free RD Amy Kubal For full podcast notes and links for this episodeclick hereor the picture and link below: Show Notes atEatMoveLive52.com/Amy Want to work with Amy, Galina, and Roland? That's right, we got so excited about our conversations that the three of us are going to kick off 2020 by working together. We've got a trend free, real food, and totally fun new project that we know you'll love, and we'll be announcing the detail in the new few days. If you want to kick off the new year, make huge progress, and lasting change, then sign up right here to be notified and be the first to know! Yes, I want to be the first to know! Roland, Galina, and Amy Now, onto the show... Show Notes - Trend Free Nutrition with Amy Kubal, RD Amy Kubal MS, RDN is a Registered Dietitian who is well-versed in working with Paleo, autoimmune, ketogenic, digestive and kidney health, performance, eating disorder, and figure/bodybuilding diet/nutrition plans. She has served as a consultant dietitian for Robb Wolf, The Paleo Mom, Training Bible Coaching, and several Crossfit gyms. Amy also works independently with a wide range of diets, health conditions, athlete types, and ages. Topics Discussed Galina asked me how we met, and it’s been so long that I don’t remember. I had a really long commute in the olden days and suddenly, I used to listen to every paleo, real food, and low carb podcast I could find. It might have been through Robb Wolf’s podcast. Were you working with Robb Wolf at the beginning? When we started working with nutrition clients we were pretty focused on a paleo-style diet, which is how I learned about you. How has your relationship with the paleo diet changed over time? I’ve always seen you as a voice-of-reason when it comes to nutrition. Even on the Robb Wolf show you weren’t particularly dogmatic on paleo. Do you have core principles that you think are important for a good healthy diet? What about for weight loss? Is it okay if we talk about keto? When is keto the right diet? The Atkins diet got a lot of pushback from the paleo community so why is keto getting a pass? Carnivore? We have a friend doing it keto style because she had a hard time controlling her blood sugar on other diets (even keto with a few veggies here and there). What’s going on here? Is the carnivore diet good for certain people? Every year paleo-style diets get slammed as unhealthy by lists like the US News and World Reports diet rankings. Meanwhile, low-fat, low salt, and plant-based diets with less evidence of effectiveness and wholesomeness do better. What’s going on there? What’s your take on vegan diets for health? Can a vegan thrive? What are some signs that a vegan diet is not serving you well? You recently posted about problems that certain people have on a higher protein diet? Why and when can a high protein diet be a problem? They’ll take my cheese when they scrape it from my warm, greasy fingers. Let’s talk about that cheese article - https://www.facebook.com/wirlwindamy/posts/10158904451086040 how does the public (or a health coach) make decisions about what to eat or not to eat when there’s so much nonsense floating around? Coffee good, coffee bad. Red meat bad, red meat not bad enough to say it’s bad? Doctors and personal trainers are still telling people to eat egg whites. How does one stay informed? Tell us about your style when you work with clients? What type of clients are your specialty and what do you do that’s different? How can people find you and work with you? The TrendFreeRD with Amy Kubal - Episode Links and Resources Amy Kubal's website - TrendFreeRD.com Amy on Instagram - Instagram.com/TheTrendFreeRD Amy Kubal on Facebook - Amy Kubal, RD Signup for news on the Amy, Galina, and Roland team up! Love the show? Subscribe and Review th

77 MIN2019 DEC 6
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Amy Kubal, The Trend Free RD

Busting Myths in Physical Therapy with Susan McLaughlin

We recently had physical therapist Susan McLaughlin on the EatMoveLive52 Podcast to bust some myths and help us to better understand the role of the autonomic nervous system inchronic pain, tension, and discomfort. Show Notes - Busting Myths in Physical Therapy with Susan McLaughlin For full podcast notes, links, and your free handout for this episode click here or the link below: Show Notes at EatMoveLive52.com/Susan Show Notes at EatMoveLive52.com/Susan Susan McLaughlin Susan McLaughlin is a physical therapist specializing in men’s and women’s pelvic health. Her private practice is in Salt Lak City, Utah, but she also has a wealth of information online, where some of you may have already met her. “I have been practicing physical therapy since 2001. In 2012I transitioned away from the major medical healthcare system to a holistic and eclectic collection of skills, all of which fit under the title of my business name: ALIGN Integration | Movement. As a practitioner I meet each client with the empathy and compassion that I, too, have sat deeply imbedded in the suffering of pain, and have been able to transform my body, mind, and spirit to get out of it.” Topics Discussed Could you tell us about your inspiration and inner guidance to practice Physical Therapy the way you do? What have you added to your eclectic practice that you never thought you would use as a therapist? Have you seen a change in the kind of complaints and conditions people come to you with over the years? For example, do you see more chronic pain? What’s the role of the nervous system and trauma in your practice? How do you educate patients and what resources do you give them if they are in chronic pain? Why do you think the medical profession has not been able to support those patients well so far? How do you help patients start to feel and deem themselves as a whole and not broken? What in your own journey with pain was key for your own healing and recovery? Let’s address some common myths in physical therapy and movement; let’s start with sucking in or bracing your abs, not locking your knees, keeping a flat back when standing or exercising, or needing to wear a small heel on your shoe? If someone has been in pain for a long time and watching all of those “precautions” for movement, what could be some undesired side effects? If you could design an ideal movement and therapy program for someone in pain, what would it absolutely include? What is something that you would never include? Where can people find more about you or work with you? Susan McLaughlin Episode Links and Resources Susan's Website - AlignForHealth.com Join Susan on Facebook Download "Gentle Regulation Exercises for Times of Tension and Discomfort" We've created a download just for you to help you regulate during times of tension and discomfort. Click Here For Your Free Podcast Listeners Download Thank you for listening! Our podcast theme music is "Protofunk" by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0. Talk soon, Roland & Galina

61 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Busting Myths in Physical Therapy with Susan McLaughlin

The Nutrient-Dense Path to Good Health and Autoimmune Wellness

Show Notes and Podcast Listener Links For all show notes, links, and downloads, click here or the image below. Mickey Treskott - Author and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Mickey is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and author of three best-selling books, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook and The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen. She is also co-host The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast and co-teach The AIP Certified Coach Practitioner Training Program with Angie Alt. Her journey to the Autoimmune Protocol started as a vegan, having been diagnosed with both celiac and Hashimoto’s disease. Instead of feeling better after my diagnosis, she continued to suffer many months of deteriorating health until she made the transition to the Autoimmune Protocol, slowly reversing vitamin and mineral deficiencies and greatly improving my health. Today, she lives with her husband, Noah on their homestead in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, with their cat Savannah and horse ...

66 MIN2019 SEP 20
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The Nutrient-Dense Path to Good Health and Autoimmune Wellness

Maria Hickman Swaps It Healthy!

Maria Hickman helps kids get healthy one swap at a time! Full Show Notes at EatMoveLive52.com/Maria Swap It Healthy with Maria Hickman Maria Hickman - Certified Health Coach and Brain Health Coach She believes food can be medicine when used properly. Within her own family, the proper use of food has cured numerous diseases. Her husband had high blood pressure, constant headaches, and aches and pains from playing football in the NFL. Maria was diagnosed with Hashimoto's and her children suffered from ADHD, eczema, asthma, and leaky gut. All of this is gone with making simple, slow changes to the 4 pillars of health. Maria specializes in children with ADD (all 7 types), plus kids with behavioral, weight and skin issues. Although she loves to work with kids, she has many adult clients that have decided to get healthy! Topics Discussed Dear Maria, please share a bit of your personal story. Where were you in your life when you first became interested in health and what was the defining m...

59 MIN2019 AUG 23
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Maria Hickman Swaps It Healthy!

The Unbreakable Kate Galliett - Get Outdoors

A coach and a lover of all things outdoors, the unbreakable Kate Galliett joins us to talk outdoor adventure, whether you're in the city, the country, or anywhere in between! Show Notes and Podcast Listener Links For all show notes, links, and downloads, click here or the image below. EatMoveLive52.com/PodcastGuest Get Outdoors with the Unbreakable Kate Galliett Kate Galliett has been a Fitness Trainer and Coach for 18 years. Kate worked first in a commercial gym setting, then ran her own facility in the suburbs of Chicago for a number of years before moving her entire coaching practice online. She's subsequently moved to Utah to become more active in the outdoors. Her online writing and coaching programs can be found at her sites, Fit For Real Life and The Unbreakable Body. She now lives in Salt Lake City, Utah where she puts her own unbreakable body to use moving through the mountains and nature regularly - and she hopes to encourage more folks to connect to nature in whatever way suits them best. Topics Discussed Tell us a little bit about your work and what a day in your life typically looks like? How did you grow up and how do you think it influenced your connection with nature? How has your work as a movement teacher evolved through the years to include natural movement and the outdoors? What drove that? So much of your work is online and with a computer. How do you balance your still time and technology time with your outdoor time? And when you don’t how do you feel it in your body or mentally and emotionally? You help thousands of people through your work. What do most people who learn with you need the most and where do you feel nature-deficit has influenced their bodies? People who come to us have aches and pains and injuries and challenges and I’m sure it’s similar with your population. How can getting out in nature help? You climb, hike, ski, hunt - and for a typical urban person looking to be healthy and well this may look like it’s hard and even unattainable. What do you say to someone who wants to do more and prepare to get out and do these larger activities over time? When people come to you, what level of physical capacity do they have? How do you motivate clients at different levels of skill to get outdoors? What activities do you introduce to people who are in a city and can’t get out in the wild? Have you noticed any benefits or side effects when you camp longer? There are some studies that show regulation of sleep cycles with sleeping outdoors?? Who or what are your inspirations these days? What keeps Kate ticking and getting out of bed in the morning? How can people connect with you and have a taste of the lovely work you do online? Links and Resources The Unbreakable Body The Unbreakable Body on Instagram Kate Galliett on Instagram Love the show? Subscribe and Review the EatMoveLive52 Podcast Reviews help spread the word, big time! It only takes a minute to leave a quick review. Just try ten words and see how fast it goes! Oh, and subscribing to the show brings each episode to you and your phone automatically! Subscribe or review on Apple/iTunes Subscribe or review on Podbean Subscribe or review on Stitcher Subscribe or review on Google Play Use the RSS feed in your favorite podcast app Our podcast theme music is "Protofunk" by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0. Talk soon, Roland & Galina

72 MIN2019 JUL 26
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The Unbreakable Kate Galliett - Get Outdoors

The Art & Science of Emotional Eating with Josh Hillis

Coach & Author Josh Hillishelps people overcome emotional eating and finally lose weight. About Josh Hillis Shownotes for The Art & Science of Emotional Eating Episode Josh Hillisis a nutrition coach who specializes in habits-based, positive changes. Lose Stubborn Fat, his popular fat-loss blog, has tens of thousands of readers, and his fat-loss and kettlebell-training books have helped people reach their personal goals for more than 10 years. Josh helps people overcome emotional eating and finally lose weight. Using a skill-based (notdiet based) approach allows people to create a new relationship with their bodies and with food, and get results that have previously never been possible. Josh is the author of Fat Loss Happens on Monday (2013) and the upcoming Lean and Strong (2019) and a yet-untitledemotional eating book (2020), for OnTarget Publications. Josh has been writing his blog,losestubbornfat.com, since 2004, he’s written Strength Matters Magazine, and he’s been quoted or ...

59 MIN2019 JUN 28
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The Art & Science of Emotional Eating with Josh Hillis

Dear Dr Ninja with Dr Bryan Chung

Dr Bryan Chung is the not-so-secret advice columnist behind Dear Doctor Ninja Bryan is a methodologist and a surgeon who improves people’s relationship with science. The biggest compliment Bryan's ever received was from his mentor while in residency. “You deserve this award because, after four years, I finally understand what you’re talking about.” Bryan has been getting better at helping people understand what he’s talking about since. Listen to the EatMoveLive52 Podcast Want to get the EatMoveLive52 Podcast delivered to your phone, tablet, or computer automatically? Subscribe to the podcast via your favorite podcasting service using the links at the bottom of the page, and let them take care of the rest! About Dr. Bryan Chung and Dr. Ninja Dr Bryan Chung, Phd aka Dear Doctor Ninja "I want to change how we see our relationship with science in how we work and live." - Bryan Chung, PhD Bryan's Introduction 1. You're all kinds of doctors (MD and PhD). What inspired you to take bo...

58 MIN2019 JUN 14
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Dear Dr Ninja with Dr Bryan Chung

Ecotherapy with Andrea Bell - Earth Centered Therapy for Modern Day Growth and Healing

Earth Centered Therapy for Modern Day Growth and Healing Andrea Bell, LCSW joinsthe EatMoveLive52 Podcast to talk about how nature, even in the midst of an urban environment, can promote healthy personal growth and a healthier planet! Listen to the EatMoveLive52 Podcast Want to get the EatMoveLive52 Podcast delivered to your phone, tablet, or computer automatically? Subscribe to the podcast via your favorite podcasting service using the links at the bottom of the page, and let them take care of the rest! About Andrea Bell, Ecotherapy, and Somaticwise About Andrea Bell, LCSW The primary focus of Adrea's therapy practice is the treatment of trauma and its aftereffects. Along with Somatic Experiencing, she ncorporates aspects of other therapeutic modalities, including humanistic, behavioral and psychodynamic approaches. Andrea is also an ecotherapist, which means that she supports healing the relationship between nature and humans. She helps people access and experience their love for ...

65 MIN2019 APR 26
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Ecotherapy with Andrea Bell - Earth Centered Therapy for Modern Day Growth and Healing

Restorative Breathing with Lois Laynee

Lois Laynee joins the EatMoveLive52 Podcast tell you how Restorative Breathing can help you think more clearly, and live a better, healthier life "You should never have to think to breathe. Breathing should give you the ability to think" - Lois Laynee We all breathe ...all day long, day in and day out, and Lois Laynee's goal is to help you get the most out of your life, through optimal breathing. It's not a method of breathing, but a way of neuro sequencing your brain so that you automatically breathe efficiently, easily, and effortlessly. "If you're breathing with your mouth open, your body is working one hundred times harder for every molecule of oxygen than it needs to." - Lois Laynee Ready to learn more? Let's get started... About Lois Laynee and Restorative Breathing Lois Laynee is a dynamic pioneer and passionate lecturer in the fields of Education, Sleep, Scar Release Healing, Cranio Facial Neurodevelopment, and much more. In addition to heading the Laynee Restorative Breathi...

58 MIN2019 MAR 22
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Restorative Breathing with Lois Laynee

Latest Episodes

Healthy Van Life with Petra Fisher

Show Notes - Healthy Van Life with Petra Fisher For full podcast notes and links for this episodeclick hereor the picture and link below: Show Notes atEatMoveLive52.com/Petra Petra Fisher Bio Petra was certified as a Restorative Exercise Specialist by Nutritious Movement in January 2013 and has completed over 200 hours of additional continuing education training from Nutritious Movement since that time. She is a teacher trainer for Nutritious Movement, and an instructor for the international Move Your DNA workshop program. She was certified to teach MovNat Level 1 in October, 2018. and certified as a Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist in March, 2019. She lives and works as a full-time traveler since August 2018, camping, moving and exploring the world with her partner Chris in their 2003 Toyota 4Runner, Sophie. Prior to her career as a movement coach, Petra was a practicing Ontario lawyer, graduating with a JD from the University of Toronto in 2004. Topics Discussed A little about how the three of us met initially and how we have loved you ever since :) You live an active personal and professional life people “can see” on social media - as if it’s the most natural thing you’ve always done! Tell us a bit about how you went from working a normal day job that most people dream of, to living the movement rich life you live now? What was your initial motivation to start studying movement and how has it changed over time? How do you personally see the roles of a structured movement practice or exercise vs the role of environment in health? Tell us a bit about your van life journey - your inspiration, how you did it and what have you experienced and learned so far? How has this experience changed your body and how you feel? Are you able to feel the difference in circadian rhythms or quality of movement, digestion, stress, or any other measurable aspect of life? How has your “adventure” shown up mentally: do you feel an effect on your self-efficacy, or self-confidence, or ability to work with more flow and less pressure? How has it been for you and your partner? You work with people who are working on improving their quality of movement daily. What are some modern challenges you see everyone share and what would be a few steps you think everyone can take to remedy them? Both you and us are so passionate about healthy eating! What have you found has been a new baseline of organizing your meals and how does traveling in different countries, climates and local diets affect you? What is something you are working on right now that people should know about? How can they follow you? Petra Fisher - Episode Links and Resources Petra Fisher Movement Petra Fisher on Facebook Petra Fisher on Instagram Get Petra's Joints For Life program, and save with the coupon codeCARS52. Get Joints for Life here Be sure to use CARS52 at checkout to save. Love the show? Subscribe and Review the EatMoveLive52 Podcast Reviews help spread the word, big time! It only takes a minute to leave a quick review. Just try ten words and see how fast it goes! Oh, and subscribing to the show brings each episode to you and your phone automatically! Subscribe or review on Apple/iTunes Subscribe or review on Podbean Subscribe or review on Stitcher Subscribe or review on Google Play Use the RSS feed in your favorite podcast app Our podcast theme music is "Protofunk" by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0. Talk soon, Roland & Galina

56 MINFEB 7
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Healthy Van Life with Petra Fisher

Amy Kubal, The Trend Free RD

We've been fans of Amy Kubal's humor and common sense nutrition for years, so when she said yes to joining us, we were (and still are) thrilled! Show Notes - Nutrition Myths & Realities with Trend Free RD Amy Kubal For full podcast notes and links for this episodeclick hereor the picture and link below: Show Notes atEatMoveLive52.com/Amy Want to work with Amy, Galina, and Roland? That's right, we got so excited about our conversations that the three of us are going to kick off 2020 by working together. We've got a trend free, real food, and totally fun new project that we know you'll love, and we'll be announcing the detail in the new few days. If you want to kick off the new year, make huge progress, and lasting change, then sign up right here to be notified and be the first to know! Yes, I want to be the first to know! Roland, Galina, and Amy Now, onto the show... Show Notes - Trend Free Nutrition with Amy Kubal, RD Amy Kubal MS, RDN is a Registered Dietitian who is well-versed in working with Paleo, autoimmune, ketogenic, digestive and kidney health, performance, eating disorder, and figure/bodybuilding diet/nutrition plans. She has served as a consultant dietitian for Robb Wolf, The Paleo Mom, Training Bible Coaching, and several Crossfit gyms. Amy also works independently with a wide range of diets, health conditions, athlete types, and ages. Topics Discussed Galina asked me how we met, and it’s been so long that I don’t remember. I had a really long commute in the olden days and suddenly, I used to listen to every paleo, real food, and low carb podcast I could find. It might have been through Robb Wolf’s podcast. Were you working with Robb Wolf at the beginning? When we started working with nutrition clients we were pretty focused on a paleo-style diet, which is how I learned about you. How has your relationship with the paleo diet changed over time? I’ve always seen you as a voice-of-reason when it comes to nutrition. Even on the Robb Wolf show you weren’t particularly dogmatic on paleo. Do you have core principles that you think are important for a good healthy diet? What about for weight loss? Is it okay if we talk about keto? When is keto the right diet? The Atkins diet got a lot of pushback from the paleo community so why is keto getting a pass? Carnivore? We have a friend doing it keto style because she had a hard time controlling her blood sugar on other diets (even keto with a few veggies here and there). What’s going on here? Is the carnivore diet good for certain people? Every year paleo-style diets get slammed as unhealthy by lists like the US News and World Reports diet rankings. Meanwhile, low-fat, low salt, and plant-based diets with less evidence of effectiveness and wholesomeness do better. What’s going on there? What’s your take on vegan diets for health? Can a vegan thrive? What are some signs that a vegan diet is not serving you well? You recently posted about problems that certain people have on a higher protein diet? Why and when can a high protein diet be a problem? They’ll take my cheese when they scrape it from my warm, greasy fingers. Let’s talk about that cheese article - https://www.facebook.com/wirlwindamy/posts/10158904451086040 how does the public (or a health coach) make decisions about what to eat or not to eat when there’s so much nonsense floating around? Coffee good, coffee bad. Red meat bad, red meat not bad enough to say it’s bad? Doctors and personal trainers are still telling people to eat egg whites. How does one stay informed? Tell us about your style when you work with clients? What type of clients are your specialty and what do you do that’s different? How can people find you and work with you? The TrendFreeRD with Amy Kubal - Episode Links and Resources Amy Kubal's website - TrendFreeRD.com Amy on Instagram - Instagram.com/TheTrendFreeRD Amy Kubal on Facebook - Amy Kubal, RD Signup for news on the Amy, Galina, and Roland team up! Love the show? Subscribe and Review th

77 MIN2019 DEC 6
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Amy Kubal, The Trend Free RD

Busting Myths in Physical Therapy with Susan McLaughlin

We recently had physical therapist Susan McLaughlin on the EatMoveLive52 Podcast to bust some myths and help us to better understand the role of the autonomic nervous system inchronic pain, tension, and discomfort. Show Notes - Busting Myths in Physical Therapy with Susan McLaughlin For full podcast notes, links, and your free handout for this episode click here or the link below: Show Notes at EatMoveLive52.com/Susan Show Notes at EatMoveLive52.com/Susan Susan McLaughlin Susan McLaughlin is a physical therapist specializing in men’s and women’s pelvic health. Her private practice is in Salt Lak City, Utah, but she also has a wealth of information online, where some of you may have already met her. “I have been practicing physical therapy since 2001. In 2012I transitioned away from the major medical healthcare system to a holistic and eclectic collection of skills, all of which fit under the title of my business name: ALIGN Integration | Movement. As a practitioner I meet each client with the empathy and compassion that I, too, have sat deeply imbedded in the suffering of pain, and have been able to transform my body, mind, and spirit to get out of it.” Topics Discussed Could you tell us about your inspiration and inner guidance to practice Physical Therapy the way you do? What have you added to your eclectic practice that you never thought you would use as a therapist? Have you seen a change in the kind of complaints and conditions people come to you with over the years? For example, do you see more chronic pain? What’s the role of the nervous system and trauma in your practice? How do you educate patients and what resources do you give them if they are in chronic pain? Why do you think the medical profession has not been able to support those patients well so far? How do you help patients start to feel and deem themselves as a whole and not broken? What in your own journey with pain was key for your own healing and recovery? Let’s address some common myths in physical therapy and movement; let’s start with sucking in or bracing your abs, not locking your knees, keeping a flat back when standing or exercising, or needing to wear a small heel on your shoe? If someone has been in pain for a long time and watching all of those “precautions” for movement, what could be some undesired side effects? If you could design an ideal movement and therapy program for someone in pain, what would it absolutely include? What is something that you would never include? Where can people find more about you or work with you? Susan McLaughlin Episode Links and Resources Susan's Website - AlignForHealth.com Join Susan on Facebook Download "Gentle Regulation Exercises for Times of Tension and Discomfort" We've created a download just for you to help you regulate during times of tension and discomfort. Click Here For Your Free Podcast Listeners Download Thank you for listening! Our podcast theme music is "Protofunk" by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0. Talk soon, Roland & Galina

61 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Busting Myths in Physical Therapy with Susan McLaughlin

The Nutrient-Dense Path to Good Health and Autoimmune Wellness

Show Notes and Podcast Listener Links For all show notes, links, and downloads, click here or the image below. Mickey Treskott - Author and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Mickey is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and author of three best-selling books, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook and The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen. She is also co-host The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast and co-teach The AIP Certified Coach Practitioner Training Program with Angie Alt. Her journey to the Autoimmune Protocol started as a vegan, having been diagnosed with both celiac and Hashimoto’s disease. Instead of feeling better after my diagnosis, she continued to suffer many months of deteriorating health until she made the transition to the Autoimmune Protocol, slowly reversing vitamin and mineral deficiencies and greatly improving my health. Today, she lives with her husband, Noah on their homestead in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, with their cat Savannah and horse ...

66 MIN2019 SEP 20
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The Nutrient-Dense Path to Good Health and Autoimmune Wellness

Maria Hickman Swaps It Healthy!

Maria Hickman helps kids get healthy one swap at a time! Full Show Notes at EatMoveLive52.com/Maria Swap It Healthy with Maria Hickman Maria Hickman - Certified Health Coach and Brain Health Coach She believes food can be medicine when used properly. Within her own family, the proper use of food has cured numerous diseases. Her husband had high blood pressure, constant headaches, and aches and pains from playing football in the NFL. Maria was diagnosed with Hashimoto's and her children suffered from ADHD, eczema, asthma, and leaky gut. All of this is gone with making simple, slow changes to the 4 pillars of health. Maria specializes in children with ADD (all 7 types), plus kids with behavioral, weight and skin issues. Although she loves to work with kids, she has many adult clients that have decided to get healthy! Topics Discussed Dear Maria, please share a bit of your personal story. Where were you in your life when you first became interested in health and what was the defining m...

59 MIN2019 AUG 23
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The Unbreakable Kate Galliett - Get Outdoors

A coach and a lover of all things outdoors, the unbreakable Kate Galliett joins us to talk outdoor adventure, whether you're in the city, the country, or anywhere in between! Show Notes and Podcast Listener Links For all show notes, links, and downloads, click here or the image below. EatMoveLive52.com/PodcastGuest Get Outdoors with the Unbreakable Kate Galliett Kate Galliett has been a Fitness Trainer and Coach for 18 years. Kate worked first in a commercial gym setting, then ran her own facility in the suburbs of Chicago for a number of years before moving her entire coaching practice online. She's subsequently moved to Utah to become more active in the outdoors. Her online writing and coaching programs can be found at her sites, Fit For Real Life and The Unbreakable Body. She now lives in Salt Lake City, Utah where she puts her own unbreakable body to use moving through the mountains and nature regularly - and she hopes to encourage more folks to connect to nature in whatever way suits them best. Topics Discussed Tell us a little bit about your work and what a day in your life typically looks like? How did you grow up and how do you think it influenced your connection with nature? How has your work as a movement teacher evolved through the years to include natural movement and the outdoors? What drove that? So much of your work is online and with a computer. How do you balance your still time and technology time with your outdoor time? And when you don’t how do you feel it in your body or mentally and emotionally? You help thousands of people through your work. What do most people who learn with you need the most and where do you feel nature-deficit has influenced their bodies? People who come to us have aches and pains and injuries and challenges and I’m sure it’s similar with your population. How can getting out in nature help? You climb, hike, ski, hunt - and for a typical urban person looking to be healthy and well this may look like it’s hard and even unattainable. What do you say to someone who wants to do more and prepare to get out and do these larger activities over time? When people come to you, what level of physical capacity do they have? How do you motivate clients at different levels of skill to get outdoors? What activities do you introduce to people who are in a city and can’t get out in the wild? Have you noticed any benefits or side effects when you camp longer? There are some studies that show regulation of sleep cycles with sleeping outdoors?? Who or what are your inspirations these days? What keeps Kate ticking and getting out of bed in the morning? How can people connect with you and have a taste of the lovely work you do online? Links and Resources The Unbreakable Body The Unbreakable Body on Instagram Kate Galliett on Instagram Love the show? Subscribe and Review the EatMoveLive52 Podcast Reviews help spread the word, big time! It only takes a minute to leave a quick review. Just try ten words and see how fast it goes! Oh, and subscribing to the show brings each episode to you and your phone automatically! Subscribe or review on Apple/iTunes Subscribe or review on Podbean Subscribe or review on Stitcher Subscribe or review on Google Play Use the RSS feed in your favorite podcast app Our podcast theme music is "Protofunk" by Kevin MacLeod of incompetech.com. Licensed under Creative Commons 3.0. Talk soon, Roland & Galina

72 MIN2019 JUL 26
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The Unbreakable Kate Galliett - Get Outdoors

The Art & Science of Emotional Eating with Josh Hillis

Coach & Author Josh Hillishelps people overcome emotional eating and finally lose weight. About Josh Hillis Shownotes for The Art & Science of Emotional Eating Episode Josh Hillisis a nutrition coach who specializes in habits-based, positive changes. Lose Stubborn Fat, his popular fat-loss blog, has tens of thousands of readers, and his fat-loss and kettlebell-training books have helped people reach their personal goals for more than 10 years. Josh helps people overcome emotional eating and finally lose weight. Using a skill-based (notdiet based) approach allows people to create a new relationship with their bodies and with food, and get results that have previously never been possible. Josh is the author of Fat Loss Happens on Monday (2013) and the upcoming Lean and Strong (2019) and a yet-untitledemotional eating book (2020), for OnTarget Publications. Josh has been writing his blog,losestubbornfat.com, since 2004, he’s written Strength Matters Magazine, and he’s been quoted or ...

59 MIN2019 JUN 28
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The Art & Science of Emotional Eating with Josh Hillis

Dear Dr Ninja with Dr Bryan Chung

Dr Bryan Chung is the not-so-secret advice columnist behind Dear Doctor Ninja Bryan is a methodologist and a surgeon who improves people’s relationship with science. The biggest compliment Bryan's ever received was from his mentor while in residency. “You deserve this award because, after four years, I finally understand what you’re talking about.” Bryan has been getting better at helping people understand what he’s talking about since. Listen to the EatMoveLive52 Podcast Want to get the EatMoveLive52 Podcast delivered to your phone, tablet, or computer automatically? Subscribe to the podcast via your favorite podcasting service using the links at the bottom of the page, and let them take care of the rest! About Dr. Bryan Chung and Dr. Ninja Dr Bryan Chung, Phd aka Dear Doctor Ninja "I want to change how we see our relationship with science in how we work and live." - Bryan Chung, PhD Bryan's Introduction 1. You're all kinds of doctors (MD and PhD). What inspired you to take bo...

58 MIN2019 JUN 14
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Dear Dr Ninja with Dr Bryan Chung

Ecotherapy with Andrea Bell - Earth Centered Therapy for Modern Day Growth and Healing

Earth Centered Therapy for Modern Day Growth and Healing Andrea Bell, LCSW joinsthe EatMoveLive52 Podcast to talk about how nature, even in the midst of an urban environment, can promote healthy personal growth and a healthier planet! Listen to the EatMoveLive52 Podcast Want to get the EatMoveLive52 Podcast delivered to your phone, tablet, or computer automatically? Subscribe to the podcast via your favorite podcasting service using the links at the bottom of the page, and let them take care of the rest! About Andrea Bell, Ecotherapy, and Somaticwise About Andrea Bell, LCSW The primary focus of Adrea's therapy practice is the treatment of trauma and its aftereffects. Along with Somatic Experiencing, she ncorporates aspects of other therapeutic modalities, including humanistic, behavioral and psychodynamic approaches. Andrea is also an ecotherapist, which means that she supports healing the relationship between nature and humans. She helps people access and experience their love for ...

65 MIN2019 APR 26
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Ecotherapy with Andrea Bell - Earth Centered Therapy for Modern Day Growth and Healing

Restorative Breathing with Lois Laynee

Lois Laynee joins the EatMoveLive52 Podcast tell you how Restorative Breathing can help you think more clearly, and live a better, healthier life "You should never have to think to breathe. Breathing should give you the ability to think" - Lois Laynee We all breathe ...all day long, day in and day out, and Lois Laynee's goal is to help you get the most out of your life, through optimal breathing. It's not a method of breathing, but a way of neuro sequencing your brain so that you automatically breathe efficiently, easily, and effortlessly. "If you're breathing with your mouth open, your body is working one hundred times harder for every molecule of oxygen than it needs to." - Lois Laynee Ready to learn more? Let's get started... About Lois Laynee and Restorative Breathing Lois Laynee is a dynamic pioneer and passionate lecturer in the fields of Education, Sleep, Scar Release Healing, Cranio Facial Neurodevelopment, and much more. In addition to heading the Laynee Restorative Breathi...

58 MIN2019 MAR 22
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Restorative Breathing with Lois Laynee
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