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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jane Austin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jane Austin, often where they are interviewed.

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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jane Austin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jane Austin, often where they are interviewed.

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Why Jane Eyre helps Jane Austin in business

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The word went out: tell me about a book which helped you in business. And Jane Austin of Persuasion Communications got in touch with an intriguing choice: not "Persuasion" by her near namesake Jane Austen, but Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre.

Jane explains how re-reading Jane Eyre gave comfort through the difficulties of the pandemic – and how great novels like this offer lessons we can all benefit from in terms of communicating with others with more empathy and understanding.

The Brontës and Thomas Hardy are immersive and as relevant as ever, says Jane, and the characters in these books engender many values of great use at the moment: in business, in life.


0 - 2:17 introduction,
2:17 Jane Austin,
25:46 Another chance to hear a recent interview with Mihaela Gruia,
46:00 Wrapping up.

Aug 20 2020 · 48mins
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S1 E7 - Simple Story Techniques - How to Appreciate all Fiction - Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice

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This episode details my belief that all works of art hold some value when regarded through a varied critical eye. This is in contrast to engaging in a narrow view of thinking that art is either 'good' or 'bad'.  


Austin, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. London: White's Books, 2010.  

King, Stephen. On Writing. London: Hodder, 2012.

Jun 21 2020 · 2mins

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Episode 021: mit Jessica Taccogna, Alaska ernsthaft? Jane Austin, Schätze deine Familie, die Schönheit der Natur!!!

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Jun 12 2020 · 32mins
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57. After Pt. III Jane Austin's Biggest Fan

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Today, we read chapters 13 - 27 of After by Anna Todd. We again learn just how horrible Tessa's roommate and friends are, though she hasn't gotten the hint. The tension with Hardin also grows as she and him explore their nonexistent relationship.

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Apr 06 2020 · 46mins

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‘Now, How Were His Sentiments to be Read?’ Imagination and Discernment in Jane Austin’s Persuasion | Lauren Kopajtic

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The handout can be found here: http://bit.ly/36mEs

This lecture by Lauren Kopajtic, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, was given as part of "The Moral Imagination of the Novel", a conference held at Columbia University on 4-5 October 2019.

The conference was co-hosted by the Morningside Institute, Columbia University's Department of Philosophy, and the Thomistic Institute. The program included lectures by Paul Elie (Georgetown), Dhananjay Jagannathan (Columbia), Sr. Ann Astell ( Notre Dame), and Thomas Pavel (Chicago).

For more information about this and other events, please visit MorningsideInstitute.org.

Oct 31 2019 · 44mins
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Pre and Postnatal Yoga and the Secret Magic of Your Pelvic Floor, with Jane Austin

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For our 32nd episode, I sat down with Jane Austin. Since Jane is San Francisco based pre and post natal yoga teacher, I’ve never personally taken class with her, but I’ve heard numbers of fellow teachers raving about her, her classes and her trainings. When I saw she was also leading workshops on the pelvic floor, I thought we could make a great episode that anybody could relate to, mom to be or not.


1. Yoga gives you an opportunity to shift form all the external chatter (from what people think you should be doing) to the internal experience. When you understand that what you're experiencing is true for you, you can learn how to trust yourself.

2. When you listen to your own truth, you will make choices and decision for yourself (and your baby) that are going to be appropriate. And what's true for one women is not true for an other. You know your body better than anybody else.

3. You don't HAVE to go to a class to practice yoga. Roll out your mat and just commit to doing any amount everyday. Rolling out your mat is a way to set an intention to do some self-care.

4. Holding Mula Bandha for a long time without releasing can be very detrimental for your health.

5. Embracing yourself and loving yourself is the first step to reconnect to your pelvic floor. Then, when we have a relationship to it, visualizing muscle function, will create more activation and more receptivity.


  • Can you tell us about yourself, your yoga journey, and why you chose to dedicate yourself to pre and post natal yoga.
  • What are the needs of pregnant women when it comes to yoga? And what are the benefits they get out of it?
  • How important is the power of the group and the community? 
  • Do you have tips for self-care for newer and not so new moms out there?
  • For teachers that teach regular class that are listening, what are some ways they can hold space or be supportive to a pregnant or postpartum mom coming to their regular class?
  • For teachers that are interested to train in pre and post natal but have reservations because they are not moms, have never been pregnant, what do you say to them?
  • Why is it important for you to teach about the wonders of the pelvic floor?
  • How does a strong pelvic floor helps us be more stable and more powerful?
  • What’s the link between the pelvic floor and our nervous system? 
  • What’s the biggest obstacle when it comes to pelvic floor health? 
  • Do you have an example of movement or breath technique that can help listeners to get started with building more awareness or vitality to the part of that body?




Thank you so much for listening and being part of our 32nd episode! We have other great guests lined up for you so make sure to subscribe to the podcast where ever you listen to not miss an episode or get on my mailing list!

As always, I really appreciate your support. So as you leave a review on iTunes or on your iPhone podcast app, you automatically enter a giveaway. Athleta is generously continuing to support this podcast in their effort to ignite a community of strong women who lift each other up, and is giving out a 75$ shop card! If you're not sure how to leave a review, check this article. Thank you so much if you left a review. The winner of this episode's giveaway is iTunes user Embraced Yogi. Congrats! Email me at erika.belanger@gmail.com or DM me on instagram @erika.belanger and I’ll send you your shop card! 

Other very exciting news, I’m adding another way for you to support this Podcast. I am now part of Patreon. Patreon is a platform where you can donate to support this podcast or you can become a monthly member. Donators will get shoutouts on the episode and as monthly members you will receive exclusive content : mini-shows, guided meditation, guided flows and so much more. Our first exclusive episode will be about me! So if you have any questions, if there’s anything you would like to know about me, send me an email at erika.belanger@gmail.com or DM on IG. I will read the question on the show and answer them! Your support means a lot and will help me continue to offer quality content here for free! I’ll tell you more about patreon on the next couple episodes, but now you know about it!



Passionate about yoga and the transformational power of motherhood, Jane Austin specializes in working with prenatal and postnatal mamas. She is a mom herself and has been involved with the birthing community since 1990, working as a yoga teacher, homebirth midwife, doula, and childbirth educator.

Jane is the founder and director of Mama Tree, a prenatal yoga school dedicated to educating yoga teachers, doulas and midwives on how to use the tools of yoga to support pregnant women and new moms in all stages of the childbearing year and beyond.

Her teacher training program attracts students from all over the world.

Find out more about her : 

Website : janeaustinyoga.com

FB @PrenatalYogawithJaneAustin

IG : @JaneAustinYoga

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Jul 08 2019 · 57mins
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KORE Women features Jane Austin a stunt woman, National Secretary-Treasure of SAG and Los Angeles SAG President

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New KORE Women podcast episode featuring Jane Austin, who is a Hollywood stuntwoman, co-owner of Hollywood Stuntworks, member of multiple committees in Los Angeles, and National Secretary-Treasurer and Los Angles local president of the Screen Actors Guild America Federation of Television and Radio Artists also known as SAG-AFTRA. Jane is also running for the seat of National SAG-AFTRA President! You absolutely want to listen to her wisdom, strategies, and journey! Please support Jane along her journey to help others and support community!

Follow Jane on: 

Instagram - @iamjaneaustin

Facebook - Jane Austin

Twitter - @TheStuntJane

Website: janeworks.org

Jun 25 2019 · 25mins
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Dr Hilary Aitken - Medical men in Jane Austin

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A talk about by retired consultant and member of the Jane Austin Society.
May 04 2019 · 45mins
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#195 Jane Austin's Romancing the Stone (1984)

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EPISODE #195-- Better late than never! Today we are joined by return guest Jamie Janek (@jamiejanek on IG and Twitter) chat about the Robert Zemeckis classic, Romancing the Stone! We also talk about Speechless, Bringing up Baby, and a good Coen Brothers movie! You can also find Jamie Janek on an episode of My Worst Date! Follow James on Twitter @kislingtwits and on Instagram @kislingwhatsit. You can watch Cruz and show favorite Alexis Simpson on You Tube in "They Live Together." Thanks to our artists Julius Tanag (http://www.juliustanag.com) and Sef Joosten (http://spexdoodles.tumblr.com). The theme music is "Eine Kleine Sheissemusik" by Drew Alexander. #Adventure #80sFilm #FemaleWriters #NotAHorriblySexistMovie

Nov 27 2018 · 1hr 6mins
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Oh Yeah! Jane Austin!

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We talk about EVO and all the announcements and controversy for 2 hours
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Aug 13 2018 · 2hr 59mins