For this episode, PFL lightweight Sarah Kaufman joins José Youngs and Petesy Carroll to discuss some of the top story lines in the world of MMA. Some topics may include the rumored UFC 249 card on May 9, featuring title fights between Tony Ferguson vs. Justin Gaethje and Henry Cejudo vs. Dominick Cruz, the recently suspended 2020 PFL season, and more. Follow José Youngs: @JoseYoungs Follow Petesy Carroll: @PetesyCarroll Follow Sarah Kaufman: @mmasarah Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgHCheck out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLiVisit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvMLike MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
017 The Intersection of "What Is" and "What Could Be" with Sarah Kaufman
The Movement Podcast
From Sarah Kaufman’s start helping to make NYC transit data more accessible to her groundbreaking research on women’s challenges in mobility, she ensures that diversity, openness, and courage are critical elements in how we’ll build the future.
Please Support The Show With a Donation This week we talk to Sarah Kaufman about grace SARAH L. KAUFMAN is a Pulitzer Prize-winning critic, author, journalist and educator. For more than 30 years, she has focused on the union of art and everyday living. She is the dance critic and senior arts writer of the Washington Post, where she has written about the performing arts, pop culture, sports and body language since 1993. Her book, THE ART OF GRACE: On Moving Well Through Life, won a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Award, was a Washington Post Notable Book of 2015 and has been featured on NPR’s “On Point with Tom Ashbrook.” Sarah Kaufman recently appeared at the South-by-Southwest Interactive Festival, speaking on a panel inspired by her book, titled, "Can Grace Survive in the Digital Age?" She has taught and lectured at universities and institutes around the country. In 2010 she became the first dance critic in 35 years to win the Pulitzer Prize. In This Interview, Sarah Kaufman and I Discuss... Her book, The Art of Grace on Moving Well Through Life How she defines grace The idea of ease at it relates to grace The three different types of grace that she looks at in her book Physical Grace Social Grace Spiritual Grace That grace exists where we forget ourselves and aim instead to bring pleasure to others The fact that we have a "grace gap" in our current culture The religious take on grace The relationship between overload and grace That grace is a worldview and a philosophy that allows us to take care of ourselves and others Considering the idea of "defying gravity" when considering the idea of grace The paradox of grace That practice makes graceful The graceful balance skill with ease The role of movement in grace Posture - how do you do it and why is it important The grace of a smooth running commercial kitchen How being present is crucial to observing grace That grace doesn't demand perfection, it simply means that we lean into our humanity Tips to practice grace Please Support The Show with a Donation
Sarah Kaufman - Pulitzer Prize-winner Teaches us How to Bring More Grace into our Lives
Sarah Kaufman is the Pulitzer Prize-winning Dance Critic for the Washington Post and author of the book, "The Art of Grace: On Moving Well Through Life". She defines "grace" as a kind of physical, social, and spiritual ease and teaches us how to enact it in our everyday lives, and describes the similarities between grace and mindfulness.
Treading Gracefully Online – Talking Tech w/ Washington Post's Sarah Kaufman
CDT Tech Talks
Host Brian Wesolowski sits down with Washington Post dance critic & author of "The Art of Grace: On Moving Well Through Life" – Sarah Kaufman. They chat about the journey Sarah takes her readers through, looking to ultimately answer the question: "Can grace survive in the digital age?" #theartofgraceAttribution: sounds used from Psykophobia, Taira Komori, BenKoning, Zabuhailo, bloomypetal, guitarguy1985, bmusic92, and offthesky of freesound.org.
One of the contenders for the Strikeforce Batamweight title, former champ Sarah Kaufman is taking on Alexis Davis on March 3 to earn the right to regain her title. We'll talk to Kaufman about training for the big match, the chaos in the 135 division, and rematching a game Davis.
After a tremndous a trendous win on Strikeforce Challenger's this past week, Ronda Rousey called out the #1 contender for the 135 pound belt Sarah Kaufman to a match to determain who will face Miesha Tate. We will catch up with Kaufman to get her reaction, plus talk about her solid win against Liz Carmouche this past fall.