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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for KRISTIN WILLIAMS. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about KRISTIN WILLIAMS, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for KRISTIN WILLIAMS. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about KRISTIN WILLIAMS, often where they are interviewed.

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296 | Wednesday Q&A with Kristin Williams | September 30, 2020

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Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and Kristin Williams and I answer them!

Your questions:

  • Do hunching or rounding the shoulders affect the ribs?
  • How are the rips, scapula, and shoulders connected?
  • My arms go numb when lifting them to shoulder height, are my shoulders the issue?
  • My shoulders sit forward, how do I help them sit back?
  • Why is raising the arm out to the side not ideal in sun styles but fine in warrior and reverse warrior?
  • Thoughts on binding? Is there any potential for unnecessary torque on the shoulders?


To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com


Do you have a question?

  • DM me on Instagram: @lara.heimann
  • Email me at lara@movementbylara.com


Redefining Yoga is a production of Crate Media

Sep 30 2020 · 23mins
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293 | Wednesday Q&A with Kristin Williams | September 23, 2020

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Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and Kristin Williams and I answer them!

Your questions:

  • What would you say to someone who says their teacher always told them to be shifting forward?
  • My teacher said to never put your knees on the mat, you could never get strong that way. True?
  • My scapula always pops up when I lower. What do I do?

To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com

Do you have a question?

  • DM me on Instagram: @lara.heimann
  • Email me at lara@movementbylara.com

Redefining Yoga is a production of Crate Media

Sep 23 2020 · 26mins
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287 | Wednesday Q&A with Kristin Williams | September 9, 2020

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Welcome to Wednesday Q&A, where you ask questions and Kristin Williams and I answer them!

Your questions:

  • How do you engage the core? Is it not belly in? How do you explain it?
  • Should a yoga beginner start by themselves or with a teacher?
  • If you only had 10 minutes to practice movement for improved posture, what would you do?
  • How can you stop hip popping during leg lifts and mountain climbers?
  • Mobility for neck? Circles: yea or nay?
  • What is the best position for the scapula during handstand?


To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com


Do you have a question?

  • DM me on Instagram: @lara.heimann
  • Email me at lara@movementbylara.com


Redefining Yoga is a production of Crate Media

Sep 09 2020 · 30mins
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InternCLE Episode 045 - Kent State University - Kristin Williams

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InternCLE Episode Kent State University - Kristin Williams Executive Director, Career Exploration and Development

Kristin has had several rolls at Kent.  This gives her a unique perspective in her roll as Director of Career Exploration and Development.  Kristin mentioned that she has seen a trend toward Career Services across the university meeting to strategize and get on the same page.  The student half and employer outreach portion of those services work together in a more focused way today then they ever have.  Career services has expanded beyond resumes and interview techniques.  

“Students want to walk away with connections.  They want build their social capital” – on the need to link student interest to employer engagement and connection. 

Every student graduates Kent with some sort of experiential learning opportunity, it is part of the program at Kent.  Kent takes that requirement as a directive to help connect those students to opportunities and support students in their search. 

Some students have a natural anxiety of getting started in their search for an internship.  Kent provides them guidance on “how to” search for an internship.  Opportunities in creative fields are found differently than those in the business school, for example.  Kent also helps students explore the careers they are interested in. 

Kent offers etiquette dinners to connect students and employers.  They partnered with Community Engaged Learning to create a new experiential networking opportunity.  Students and employers volunteer side by side making meals.  The unique opportunity creates space for interesting conversations and connections.  

Kent state has Flashternships – job shadowing opportunities coordinated through the university with Northeast Ohio employers.  

Employers can post jobs on handshake, attend career fairs and engage at Kent State University in so many ways.  Contact Career Exploration and Development to speak with Kristin’s team and learn more about how you can engage across the departments at the University.  Kent State is a large University and they recognize that.  They will help you navigate the departments to maximize your recruiting time and dollars, along your journey to find the talent you need.  

Kristin expressed how proud she is of the way Kent and her team has responded to the current COVID-19 crisis.   Kent is working hard to reach out to students and help them find internships if they have lost them. 

Time and time again, in these interviews I record – I am impressed by the true passion that exists around the internship space.  Cleveland is an amazingly supportive region and I am so happy to get the opportunity to meet people like Kristin Williams.  

Around Town: 

Parker Dewey Resources – Jeffrey Moss will be on the show in June!

May 22 2020 · 48mins
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#161 Seth Apter and Kristin Williams: Where Does the Art Community Go from Here?

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Seth Apter is an artist who teaches mixed media classes all over the U.S. and overseas. Kristin Williams is an artist who owns a retail shop and workshop space where Seth and others teach called Ephemera Paducah in Kentucky. After Seth and Kristin realized they had to cancel a lot of their in person classes for the year, they wanted to know, Where does the art community go from here? When can they offer in person classes again, and how do they do it? We talk about their survey results and what they both have been doing while they shelter in place. It’s all about community and connecting with your artist friends, and it’s still possible even from home. Show notes for all of these episodes can be found on my website at https://suzanneredmond.com/my-podcast/list-of-artists/ I also give links where you can find the full results of their survey.

May 20 2020 · 1hr 11mins
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#160 Kristin Williams: Owner of Ephemera Paducah, a Workshop Space and Retail Store

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Kristin Williams is the owner of Ephemera Paducah in Kentucky. She hosts artist instructors for weekend art classes at her shop. Her students come from all over to learn painting and mixed media techniques from art experts. The artist instructors rely on her location to bring them many students for their classes every year. In March, these classes had to abruptly stop when we all sheltered in place for the coronavirus. Kristin is still offering goods from the retail side of her business, and she’s evaluating how she can restart the live classes in the future. She tells me how she started this business and what she’s doing now. Show notes for all of these episodes can be found on my website at https://suzanneredmond.com/my-podcast/list-of-artists/

May 15 2020 · 57mins
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Kristin Williams: An Anti-Diet Dietician on Eating Disorder Recovery and Embracing your True Worth

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Kristin Williams is a registered dietician and Certified Eating Disorder Specialist in the Dallas area. In this episode we talk about Kristin’s recovery journey, why she’s an “Anti-Diet Dietician” and the “Health at Every Size Model” she embraces.
Her education and expertise in nutrition, she is a wealth of knowledge about what a “healthy” diet actually looks like, and a fierce advocate for the health at every size perspective.
She’s also a Christian who has used her education in ministry at her local church, and has a book coming out this spring! It’s called “Unworthy Weight: Reclaiming your Worth from a Number on the Scale and finding your True Identity in Christ.
You can pre-order on her website at wonderfullymadenutritioncounseling.com
Mar 02 2020 · 44mins
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159 | Combining yoga and physical therapy | with Kristin Williams

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Kristin Williams and I are both physical therapists which means that our approach to teaching yoga is quite different. Kristin actually got into yoga because she had so many PT patients coming in injured from yoga and decided that she needed to learn more about it. 

In today’s podcast we talk about how modern work and life can make people pretty rounded in the spine and how the answer to many aches and pains is thoracic extension.

Plus, Kristin answers your PT questions including:

  • What is the best exercise for scoliosis in the spine?
  • What should you do about pain in feet and the peroneal tendon during and after running?
  • What is the best way to help with tight hip muscles?
  • Do PTs welcome clients without referrals or when things aren't necessarily ‘wrong’?
  • Do you have any tips for a winged scapula?
  • Is whiplash recovery possible after 20 years?

To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: movementbylara.com


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Redefining Yoga is a production of Crate Media

Nov 08 2019 · 46mins
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Discovering Your Strengths in College with Career Development Advisor Kristin Williams

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Episode 048:Discovering Your Strengths in College with Career Development Advisor Kristin Williams

Highlights from the episode: 

-Red flags you are in the wrong major 

-Understanding your personal values 

-Saying yes to the important things 

-Using your strengths in a variety of careers

-Strengths can help you explore and bring more self-awareness 

Memorable Quotes: 

-"When we get to know our strengths, it opens up doors of possibilities" 

-"I didn't let myself switch (majors) because I felt like I had something to prove to myself... maybe to my family"

-"I would show up to things and I wouldn't be myself because I would be so stressed out... But I would be there because I said I would be there." 

The only recommendation Kristin had for finding a job - Don't put so much pressure on finding one thing. 

To take the Gallup Strengths test and purchase the book:

https://amzn.to/2VL0rQy - if you use this link, you support me :) Even if you end up not purchasing the book, but purchase something else instead. 

Apr 15 2019 · 42mins