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How can a caretaker effectively serve others from an empty vessel? She can’t! She can only be whole by learning to tend to her body, mind, emotions, and spirit every day. She deserves to be at her best to have a happy, healthy, and productive life. Join Nadine to discover ways to navigate the stresses of a modern woman’s life, increasing awareness of warning signs of ill health, and tips for finding time for daily self-care.

How can a caretaker effectively serve others from an empty vessel? She can’t! She can only be whole by learning to tend to her body, mind, emotions, and spirit every day. She deserves to be at her best to have a happy, healthy, and productive life. Join Nadine to discover ways to navigate the stresses of a modern woman’s life, increasing awareness of warning signs of ill health, and tips for finding time for daily self-care.
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How can a caretaker effectively serve others from an empty vessel? She can’t! She can only be whole by learning to tend to her body, mind, emotions, and spirit every day. She deserves to be at her best to have a happy, healthy, and productive life. Join Nadine to discover ways to navigate the stresses of a modern woman’s life, increasing awareness of warning signs of ill health, and tips for finding time for daily self-care.

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Episodes

The Mindful Minute - Breathe with Your Belly!

8/20/2019
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Having trouble using your abdominal muscles to breathe? Feeling anxious? Overwhelmed? Here is an exercise for you. Lie down comfortably on your back. If your chin points at the ceiling, place a pillow under your head to keep the muscles in your neck working together in balance. Place a pillow under your knees to remove pressure on your lower back. Place a pillow or yoga block on your abdomen. As you breathe in slowly and deeply, pay attention to the sensation of the pillow or yoga block...

Duration:00:01:15

Why We Became Doctors and What We Learned

8/19/2019
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Dr. LaTonzia Adams-Sheeley began working for the Veterans Affairs Portland Health Care System in 2016, as Medical Director of Microbiology and Molecular Microbiology. In 2017, she became director of the departments of Chemistry and Support Services. In addition, she is the Co-Pathology Residency Director at the VA and Assistant Professor at Oregon Health & Science University where she teaches Microbiology to the pathology residents and medical students. Dr. Adams-Sheeley is board certified...

Duration:00:31:41

The Mindful Minute - Warrior 1

8/13/2019
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Learn Warrior 1 to feel mentally and physically strong and confident.

Duration:00:01:34

Lauren Walsh, Founder of Global Sisterhood

8/12/2019
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Lauren is the CEO and Founder of Global Sisterhood, an incredible platform for rising women and a movement of sister circles around the world in over 85 counties providing space, guidance, and practices for women everywhere to cultivate emotional freedom and live in their power. Lauren's expertise is fueled by her experience of transforming her trauma into service, leading her to the Amazon and into the halls of the UN. Her passion is to help restore the balance between masculine and...

Duration:00:21:16

The Mindful Minute - "Buttoned Up Blessings", by Ugochi Nwaogwugwu

8/6/2019
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This is a poem about unity, strength, kindness and support - from one woman to another, by Ugochi Nwaogwugwu. Please listen to her previous episode - https://simplecast.com/s/ab098dfb You can find her at - http://www.ugochi.com/ https://twitter.com/ugo2dachi

Duration:00:03:07

Assistant Professor Leah Allen, On the Surprising Relationship Between Feminism and Health

8/5/2019
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Leah Claire Allen is Assistant Professor in Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies (GWSS) and English at Grinnell College. At Grinnell, Professor Allen teaches Introduction to GWSS, Theory and Methods in GWSS, Masculinity in American Literature, the capstone Senior Seminar in GWSS, and Queer and Trans Literatures. She received her PhD in Literature from Duke University, MA in Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies at Simon Fraser University, and BA in English at the University of...

Duration:00:28:00

The Mindful Minute - Type A Personalities Can Meditate Too!

7/30/2019
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As a self-professed type A personality, it was humbling to reminded about the real meaning of a meditation practice. I am continually delighted to learn and re-discover lessons from my teachers. Thanks to Jim Bennitt for teaching me in the episode about meditation.

Duration:00:02:18

Jim Bennitt, Co-Founder of Tejas Yoga, On Meditation

7/29/2019
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Jim teaches Tantric Vinyasa Yoga: an authentic, comprehensive practice influenced by ParaYoga, Universal Yoga, the Himalayan Institute, and the Krishnamacharya lineage. Based in Chicago and co-founder of Tejas Yoga Studio, Jim's inspired teachings and demos are sought after at many conferences and studios across the country. To attend classes and workshops with Jim at Texas, click here - http://tejasyogachicago.com/ To practice yoga online with Jim, you can find him at Yoga International...

Duration:00:22:58

The Mindful Minute - Grow Your Own Herb!

7/23/2019
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Try growing an herb of your own in your kitchen.

Duration:00:00:49

Bonus Episode: Seeds for Thought with Brenda Shelton, Horticulturist

7/22/2019
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Brenda Shelton, a Native Midwesterner, through and through, was raised by Scandinavian immigrant grandparents until she was 16 and graduated from high school. Learning from cherished people who's knowledge went back, orally, for centuries set her on her pathway of becoming a horticulturist and submerging herself in EVERYTHING botanical. She has been employed in various areas of horticulture since birth, being put to good use on her grandparent's farm, by de-tasseling corn and helping to...

Duration:00:08:03

The Mindful Minute - A Guided Relaxation in Nature

7/16/2019
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Find a quiet place in a natural setting of your choosing, free of distractions and sit quietly for this guided relaxation. Use your senses to experience your surrounding.

Duration:00:02:25

“I Am Nature and Nature is Me” with Brenda Shelton, Horticulturist

7/15/2019
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Horticulturist Brenda Shelton defines and discusses practice of horticulture, our interdependence with nature, and why she loves her craft. Brenda Shelton, a Native Midwesterner, through and through, was raised by Scandinavian immigrant grandparents until she was 16 and graduated from high school. Learning from cherished people who's knowledge went back, orally, for centuries set her on her pathway of becoming a horticulturist and submerging herself in EVERYTHING botanical. She has been...

Duration:00:31:21

The Mindful Minute - A Meditation to Observe Your Cravings

7/9/2019
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This is a simple meditation to observe your cravings.

Duration:00:01:11

Jennifer Alembik, Food Addiction Coach

7/8/2019
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Jennifer Alembik is a Food Addiction Coach and recovering food addict who has devoted her life to speaking, writing, and coaching on this debilitating disease. Jenny’s intense passion to raise awareness and help others comes from her own personal struggle. She sought treatment at age 21 but sadly, it was ineffective. Finally, at the age of 45 yrs., she discovered her severe addiction was to sugar and flour; the addictive culprits of her insane obsession and compulsion to eat. Currently, she...

Duration:00:30:12

The Mindful Minute - Go Read Some Labels!

7/2/2019
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Read five nutrition labels this week and assess what changes, if any, you should make.

Duration:00:00:41

Christine Rosandich, Nutrition Educator - Nutrition Labels Explained!

7/1/2019
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Reading a nutrition label may be confusing and it may feel like a waste of time, but it is imperative to choose the food that you are ingesting wisely! Be an informed consumer, advocate for your own health, and pick nutrient dense fuel for a healthy body! On this episode, Nutrition Educator and Health Coach, Christine Rosandich returns to explain both why it is important to know how to read a nutrition label and how to do...

Duration:00:24:50

The Mindful Minute - Sugar, Too Much of a Good Thing...

6/25/2019
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Too much sugar is detrimental to our health. This episode describes why. Refrerences: http://sugarscience.ucsf.edu/the-growing-concern-of-overconsumption.html#.XQarKtNKjUI https://sugarscience.ucsf.edu/sugar-metabolism.html#.XQaumdNKjUI https://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/metabolism/sugar/

Duration:00:02:24

Christine Rosandich, Nutrition Educator, On Why Diets Don't Work

6/24/2019
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Christine Rosandich, Nutrition Educator and Health Coach advises against dieting and instead, educates us to adopt individual and sustainable strategies for weight maintenance. Christine is Program Manager of Offsite Locations and Nutrition and Wellness Coordinator at the Cancer Support Center. Chris received her Masters Degree at Hawthorne University. In this episode, she uses DIET as an acronym - Did I Eat Today? Diets emphasize deprivation, rather than an approach that can be sustained...

Duration:00:41:02

The Mindful Minute - A Meditation at the Beach, from "Aqua Kriya Yoga"

6/18/2019
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This meditation is entitled A Meditation at the Beach, read with permission from the author, Camella Nair, from her book, Aqua Kriya Yoga. You can order your copy here http://www.aquakriyayoga.com/aqua-kriya-yoga-book.

Duration:00:01:45

What is Aqua Yoga and Why Does It Help? - with Camella Nair

6/17/2019
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Camella (Swami Nibhrtananda) has been practicing and studying yoga for decades and experienced how the practice of yoga changes over time or through illness or injury. She is certified in Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation as well as being a Yoga Therapist and Ayurvedic Health Educator and home funeral guide. She has authored 2 books on yoga and developed an accessible Aqua Yoga training program that caters for diverse populations. She is on faculty at Atri and bridges the gap between yoga...

Duration:00:25:06