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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Sara Smith. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Sara Smith, often where they are interviewed.

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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Sara Smith. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Sara Smith, often where they are interviewed.

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How Urgency and Overwhelm Show Up in the Mind and Body (with Dr. Sara Smith)

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Listen in as Dr. Sara Smith and I discuss how urgency and overwhelm show up in our mind and body, how to recognize it, and what we can do to bring ourselves back to wholeness. Dr. Sara is a licensed physical therapist, yoga teacher, and intuitive coach who combines her expertise and extensive training in the mind-body connection to serve as a coach and mentor to high achieving and caring individuals. 

Here is the link to the Core Confidence download that Sara mentioned in the podcast: Core Confidence 

Here is the link to  Live & Lead from the Core coming very soon - the weekend of September 19. 

Follow Dr. Sara Smith, DPT, RYT-200, CHC at www.drsarasmith.com


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Sep 15 2020 · 55mins
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The role architecture can play in fertility and women's medicine with Sara Smith

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Sara Smith is a Melbourne based Architect who has practiced both at home in Melbourne and in London.
It might feel a bit off piste for us to chat to an architect, but our conversation with Sara covers all sorts of topics that we're thinking about whether we realise it or not.
With her thesis on maternity wards and experience in healthcare we discuss how architecture impacts the patient experience when seeking medical care and how it can be improved.
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Have a question about women's health? Is there a specific topic you'd like us to cover? Email podcast@womenshealthmelbourne.com.au. We'll keep all requests anonymous.
For more information about the work we do at Women's Health Melbourne, click here.
Hosts: Dr Raelia Lew and Jordi MorrisonGuest: Sara Smith
Aug 23 2020 · 32mins

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#035: Core Confidence & the Pelvic Floor with Dr. Sara Smith

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Since the beginning of time, the pelvis has been a sacred part of our body. It is the seed of our safety and security, the familial history which carries DNA of generations prior.

Women, in general, are more familial and tribal. Research shows that when women gather together and we are under stress, we have a stress-release hormone that cascades and brings us back to the center. Research also shows that women are prone to a lack of self-worth and tend to look for external factors to receive validation. We do this because we have learned it over time, passed down by generations before us. But there is a way to break this cycle. 

My guest, Dr. Sara Smith, shares her profound wisdom on how to access your Core Confidence through the pelvic floor and its intricately woven dome of not only bones and soft tissue, but the strong energy it carries.

Dr. Sara explains that years of generational conditioning, or sometimes chronic pain, has made us dissociate ourselves from the pelvic floor, yet this is a powerful part of the body where all the great wisdom lies...mind, body, and spirit.

With Core Confidence, we can develop a deep trust in the messages and direction in which we are going and this comes from the pelvis and influences the gut {yes, it’s that gut feeling...bingo!}. If we learn to tune into this area on a regular basis, we will leave a mark that will not only leave a legacy for generations to come but also do service for ourselves.

Join us today to learn how to tap into true stability, access your authentic voice, and empower your lives and relationships.

In this episode you will learn:

  • Dr. Sara’s journey into pelvic floor physical therapy and connecting with practical, energetic practices 
  • How to connect with the pelvic floor to access your core confidence

Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Learn more and check out Dr. Sara’s NEW website:: http://www.drsarasmith.com/

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Aug 13 2020 · 56mins

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Sara Smith, "Intimate Geopolitics: Love, Territory and the Future on India’s Northern Threshold" (Rutgers UP, 2020)

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What’s love got to do with it? Intimate Geopolitics: Love, Territory and the Future on India’s Northern Threshold (Rutgers University Press, 2020) by feminist political geographer Sara Smith tell us - everything! Smith’s book centers intimacy in the consideration of geopolitics which is otherwise only seen as a game between nation states. The accounts of realized and failed inter-faith love across generations of Ladakhi Buddhists and Ladakhi Muslims in Smith’s book become the ground for the contesting of demographic fantasies, territorial futures and generation vertigo. Written with a careful consideration of the complexities of territorial politics in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and their intersections, Smith’s book also provides insights into the vulnerabilities of a minority identity--Shia Muslims and Buddhists, as well as its entanglements with the scalar politics of majoritarianism. By ‘populating territory’, Intimate Geopolitics is able to make clear the interweaving of reprosexuality, aspirations and intimacy as a territorial site in what is otherwise seen as a ‘remote’ region but crucial to the logic of the nation-state and its sovereign future.

Sara Smith is associate professor of geography at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Bhoomika Joshi is a doctoral student in the department of anthropology at Yale University. 

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Jul 15 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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Sara Smith, "Intimate Geopolitics: Love, Territory and the Future on India’s Northern Threshold" (Rutgers UP, 2020)

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What’s love got to do with it? Intimate Geopolitics: Love, Territory and the Future on India’s Northern Threshold (Rutgers University Press, 2020) by feminist political geographer Sara Smith tell us - everything! Smith’s book centers intimacy in the consideration of geopolitics which is otherwise only seen as a game between nation states. The accounts of realized and failed inter-faith love across generations of Ladakhi Buddhists and Ladakhi Muslims in Smith’s book become the ground for the contesting of demographic fantasies, territorial futures and generation vertigo. Written with a careful consideration of the complexities of territorial politics in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and their intersections, Smith’s book also provides insights into the vulnerabilities of a minority identity--Shia Muslims and Buddhists, as well as its entanglements with the scalar politics of majoritarianism. By ‘populating territory’, Intimate Geopolitics is able to make clear the interweaving of reprosexuality, aspirations and intimacy as a territorial site in what is otherwise seen as a ‘remote’ region but crucial to the logic of the nation-state and its sovereign future.

Sara Smith is associate professor of geography at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Bhoomika Joshi is a doctoral student in the department of anthropology at Yale University. 

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Jul 15 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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Sara Smith, "Intimate Geopolitics: Love, Territory and the Future on India’s Northern Threshold" (Rutgers UP, 2020)

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What’s love got to do with it? Intimate Geopolitics: Love, Territory and the Future on India’s Northern Threshold (Rutgers University Press, 2020) by feminist political geographer Sara Smith tell us - everything! Smith’s book centers intimacy in the consideration of geopolitics which is otherwise only seen as a game between nation states. The accounts of realized and failed inter-faith love across generations of Ladakhi Buddhists and Ladakhi Muslims in Smith’s book become the ground for the contesting of demographic fantasies, territorial futures and generation vertigo. Written with a careful consideration of the complexities of territorial politics in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and their intersections, Smith’s book also provides insights into the vulnerabilities of a minority identity--Shia Muslims and Buddhists, as well as its entanglements with the scalar politics of majoritarianism. By ‘populating territory’, Intimate Geopolitics is able to make clear the interweaving of reprosexuality, aspirations and intimacy as a territorial site in what is otherwise seen as a ‘remote’ region but crucial to the logic of the nation-state and its sovereign future.

Sara Smith is associate professor of geography at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Bhoomika Joshi is a doctoral student in the department of anthropology at Yale University. 

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Jul 15 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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Episode 34: Dr Sara Smith with Core Confidence

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Dr. Sara Smith is a doctor of Physical Therapy, Yoga instructor, and Certified Coach. She specializes in helping women activate their Core Confidence.


She has been mentoring, inspiring & educating others on how to quickly improve their life by using the latest neuroscience, mindfulness and pelvic floor research for over 15 years. By weaving in easy to follow processes, Sara enjoys getting over-scheduled, multi-tasking, “get the job done” women to move beyond their current stress and reach far into the possibility of “where can I thrive?


I enjoyed our conversation immensely and Dr Sara graciously explained more about what makes up the pelvic floor and why it is important in both our physical and mental health. She touches on the link between the need for control and pelvic imbalances such as stress and urgency.


We touch on vitally important topics such as: chronic pain and how the simple act of listening and presence can begin to change a person’s life and world, the importance of learning to listen to one’s own body and a simple technique for how to drop into the pelvis, the great need for human connection, and Sara’s practice of delineating a word of the year.


Sara shares her own journey in self-discovery and relinquishing control with her diet in working with a nutritionist this past year.


If you love hearing about the interconnections between mind and body, spirit and flesh, along with a heartfelt approach to facilitating real change, you will love this episode.


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Links for Dr Sara Here:

www.drsarasmith.com

Activate Core Confidence Workbook: https://www.drsarasmith.com/core-confidence/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drsarasmithofficial/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drsarasmithofficial/

LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sara-smith-888132100

Jun 29 2020 · 52mins
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Ep 20: Leading and Living from the Core w/ Dr. Sara Smith

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Dr. Sara Smith, PT, DPT has developed a whole new way of looking at core fitness! It's not just about the physical core (pelvic floor, abs, and back muscles); rather, it's about your emotional and spiritual "core" and uncovering the TRUE you. Our inspiring conversation will help you uncover what you truly want to do, create, and BE in this world so that you're not chasing someone else's dreams or goals. This intro to energy medicine bridges spirituality and science, and provides actionable steps so that you can lead and live from your core starting NOW.

Resources/links:

  • Connect with Dr. Sara! @drsarasmithofficial on Instagram and Facebook
  • Get a (beautiful) free workbook from Dr. Sara that takes you step-by-step through the process of activating your core confidence: www.drsarasmith.com/core-confidence
  • My first interview with Dr. Sara, "Can STRESS cause incontinence and prolapse?" youtu.be/B6RiE1Vl7zg
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May 13 2020 · 43mins
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At Home #14 - Critics David Bordwell and Imogen Sara Smith

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We’re always happy to welcome two outstanding scholars to the Film Comment Podcast, and you’ve probably already read their criticism or heard them on a DVD or streaming commentary. David Bordwell last joined us to discuss his book Reinventing Hollywood, and of course his books are staples of film studies courses and his regular film blog with Kristin Thompson is a sharp and inquisitive resource. Critic Imogen Sara Smith is our other returning guest, a regular contributor to Film Comment and an all-star contributor at Criterion and elsewhere. Among her beautifully composed and observed essays, she’s written about Christian Petzold for us and on the podcast, reflected on the phenomenon of ghosts in cinema. Film Comment Editor-in-Chief Nicolas Rapold welcomed David and Imogen back for a discussion that ranges from fascinating rediscoveries in Japanese cinema to the inflammatory film The Hunt.

If you’re a longtime Film Comment subscriber, listener, or reader, or are just tuning in now, please consider becoming a member or making a donation to our publisher, Film at Lincoln Center, during these unprecedented times: purchase.filmlinc.org/donate/contribute2
Apr 08 2020 · 59mins
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12/25/19 - Christmas in America, 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, Sara Smith

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- CHRISTMAS IN AMERICA PART 1

- 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 Talks About How Christians Should be Good Stewards of Our Health - So Why is Preventable Heart Disease Becoming So Commonplace?

- SARA SMITH: Author of "Broken Beauty" Talks About Caring for a Loved One with Early-Onset Alzheimer's
Dec 26 2019 · 49mins
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