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Anne Lindberg

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Anne Lindberg

CUNY TV's Twilight Talks

Anne Lindberg talks about the temporal effects of landscape, literature as confidence, and discipline as generators for her work.

12mins

29 Jan 2021

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Ep. # 189: artist Anne Lindberg: from Kansas City to the Hudson River Valley, and how to use a 10 ft. architectural parallel bar

The Conversation Art Podcast

Hudson River Valley-based artist Anne Lindberg talks about: Her relatively new (as of 2+ years) home in the Hudson River Valley, after having spent 28 years prior in Kansas City; her roots in Iowa City, where her mom was an artist and her dad taught at the University; her and her husband's decision to move from Kansas City to Ancramdale, NY, partially engineered through their pied-a-terre on the Upper West Side, which her husband moved into when he started teaching at Parsons School of Design; her unusual home and studio setting, surrounded by farms, and how the move to rural New York has been a clarifying process in terms of her priorities and the downsizing of possessions; how because of her relative remoteness, especially in relation to NYC, studio visitors need to make a day of it, between the roundtrip train ride, ride from the station, and taking a walk in the neighborhood, in addition to the studio visit itself; how the Hudson River Valley in general, though particularly its light, which she describes as both amber and seeming to come from the side, affects her work; her unique process of using a 10-foot-long architectural parallel bar on a 10-foot vertical table that raises and lowers on an electric wench; how pivotal her participation in the Omi Residency Program was for her work; and the whole world of farmers in her rural neighborhood that have opened up a new community for her.

1hr 7mins

6 May 2017

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Dearest Doula Podcast Season 2, Episode 07: "Honor Yourself First" Featuring Jo Anne Lindberg

Dearest Doula with Nathalie Saenz

Dearest Doula Podcast Season 2, Episode 07: "Honor Yourself First" Featuring Jo Anne Lindberg In this Dearest Doula podcast episode, we are following the journey of fellow birth worker and repeat guest Jo Anne Lindberg.  Listen in today to learn more! Jo Anne Lindberg has been in private practice since 1999, practicing Ohashiatsu bodywork & Asian medicine based on the five element theory. Jo Anne specializes in birth fear and trauma, fertility, pregnancy, postpartum and menopause. Jo Anne is also the President & Founder of BirthLink – providing Childbirth & Family Wellness resources to families in the Chicago area. Be sure to visit our 'show notes' page at: www.dearestdoula.com/joanne Have you connected with 'Dearest Doula' on social media? Don't wait, do it today! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DearestDoula Twitter: https://twitter.com/DearestDoula Instagram: https://instagram.com/dearestdoulapodcast/ You can also get connected by joining our Facebook group, ‘Birth work is the Best Work’  Also, don’t forget to sign up for the Dearest Doula Accountability Tribe- to join in on weekly discussions with other passionate birth workers who want to deepen their doula philosophy, and grow their business.  I look forward to connecting with you! *Sound/Music by Setuniman  at www.freesound.org/people/setuniman/

59mins

1 Nov 2016

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Ep. 111: ‘History and Benefits of Shiatsu’ Featuring Jo Anne Lindberg

Dearest Doula with Nathalie Saenz

Ep. 111: ‘History and Benefits of Shiatsu’ Featuring Jo Anne Lindberg In this Dearest Doula podcast episode, we are learning about the rich history and benefits of Shiatsu with fellow birth worker Jo Anne Lindberg!  Jo Anne Lindberg has been in private practice since 1999, practicing Ohashiatsu bodywork & Asian medicine based on the five element theory. Jo Anne specializes in birth fear and trauma, fertility, pregnancy, postpartum and menopause. Jo Anne is also the President & Founder of BirthLink - providing Childbirth & Family Wellness resources to families in the Chicago area. For links to the resources Jo Anne outlined, be sure to visit our 'show notes' page at: www.dearestdoula.com/shiatsu Have you connected with 'Dearest Doula' on social media? Don't wait, do it today! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DearestDoula Twitter: https://twitter.com/DearestDoula Instagram: https://instagram.com/dearestdoulapodcast/ You can also get connected by joining our Facebook group, ‘Birth work is the Best Work’  Also, don’t forget to sign up for the Dearest Doula Accountability Tribe- to join in on weekly discussions with other passionate birth workers who want to deepen their doula philosophy, and grow their business.  I look forward to connecting with you! *Sound/Music by Setuniman  at www.freesound.org/people/setuniman/

39mins

13 Jun 2016

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