Mark Hernandez is a holistic practitioner that helps people and animals who have "hit a wall" with health and well being issues. Mark is certified in The Emotion Code, The Body Code and Advanced ASHWork. Mark belongs to the Holistic Chamber of Commerce and the Pastoral Medical Association. In this episode we discuss the following topics:
Dominique currently lives in Brooklyn, New York but she is originally from France and has also lived and worked in seven different countries. Dominique holds a Masters in Educational Leadership, has also trained as a brain based coach with the NeuroLeadership Institute and is certified through them. She has worked in educational leadership for 15 years with a focus on high achieving students and teachers. In this episode Dominique discusses the following topics:
Alexis Aiger is the owner and operator of Positive Approaches LLC in Oregon and is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in sport psychology. In this episode, Alexis cover the often tricky dynamic of how to best approach the parent-athlete relationship in youth sports as well as motivation and the adrenaline response. Alexis Aiger on... Continue Reading →
In the first full episode Danny, Eddie and Jon go over "The Low End Theory" by A Tribe Called Quest. Was this the best work from Q-Tip, Phife Dawg and Ali Shaheed Muhammad? The guys discuss their thoughts and memories of "The Low End Theory" such as their overall impression of the album, their favorite song, noteworthy samples, favorite guest appearance as well as their album rating out of five mins (Source inspired of course).
Paige Kinsella was diagnosed early on in life with an autoimmune disease. This set in motion a journey to understand and deal with what exactly was going on in her body. In college, Paige was also dealing with an eating disorder. In this episode, Paige details her experiences with hashimoto's, functional integrative medicine and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) amount other things.
Brit Guerin is a fitness and wellness professional and one half of Raleigh Group Fitness which she runs with Ashley Liu Kirkman. Brit will also soon become a Mental Health Counselor. In this episode Brit and Jon discuss how Raleigh Group Fitness originated, intuitive eating, health at every size and the importance of movement.
Ain't No Half Steppin' is a 90's hip-hop podcast taking you back through the best albums from the golden era. Jon, Danny and Eddie team up to go through one album each month and discuss their favorite tracks, stories behind the albums, favorite guest appearance, noteworthy samples used and the albums impact on hip-hop. First up in episode two is "The Low End Theory" by A Tribe Called Quest.
Debbra Lupien is the author of "Akasha Unleashed: The Missing Manual to You". Debbra is also a motivational speaker and Akashic Records expert. Her belief os that the most important question in life is: What feeds your soul? When you answer that and start doing it, you'll be unstoppable. Now, who doesn't want that?
Danny Lazarus is the personal training manager at Equinox Sports Club in Boston. Jon and Danny previously worked together and in this episode they look back on how Danny first got into strength training and his journey to his current position. The guys also discuss the five biggest lessons that Danny has learned from his time in the fitness industry.