20 The Best Yoga Pose For Persistent Pain with Hannah Stewart
The Explored Life: More Than Yoga
Spoiler alert - unfortunately there is no specific Yoga pose which will fix persistent pain. However there are many ways that we can support our recovery. Our bodies are amazingly strong and resilient. Today I am talking to Yoga teacher Hannah Stewart about the complex subject of pain. You may have listened to the episode I recorded with Hannah way back in August about her modern , functional approach to Yoga and movement. So many people arrive at a Yoga class because they are suffering from persistent pain of some kind. It is important to understand the nature of pain, (as much as we can) in order to ensure that our Yoga practice is supporting our recovery. Listen for Hannah's top tips for supporting a healthy pain free body. * And if you need some time out for yourself, click for a copy of my FREE guided relaxation recording
01 Yoga Reloaded: A modern science based approach. Making yoga safer, individual and more functional with Hannah Stewart.
The Explored Life: More Than Yoga
Have you tried Yoga classes and found that it just doesn’t seem to work for you and your body? Today I am talking to Hannah Stewart, she has developed a Yoga teacher training: Yoga Reloaded with a fresh, science based approach to the movement practice. * And if you need some time out for yourself, you can get a copy of my FREE guided relaxation recording here https://mailchi.mp/289c96d60b8e/happy-healthy-free-guided-relaxation
Episode 30: Remembering the St. John's Freedmen's Community with Emily Bowles and Hannah Stewart
OLLI at UNT Podcast
In this episode, Susan interviews Emily Bowles and Hannah Stewart about their participation in a group research project as students in UNT’s History department. The project focused on a freedmen's community that formed around St. John’s church in Pilot Point, TX. Starting with names etched into the headstones of a neglected cemetery, these students were eventually able to sketch a portrait of a vibrant community of African Americans who lived in North Texas in the early 20th century. Their group then made headlines when they uncovered evidence of racial violence that played a significant role in the community's decline. Emily and Hannah ultimately presented the results of their group's research as an OLLI at UNT class in the Fall 2019 semester.You can access the results of their group's research, including oral histories from descendants of the community, at https://omeka.library.unt.edu/s/stjohns/.Their group project was also highlighted in this recent North Texan article: https://northtexan.unt.edu/issues/2019-fall/past-present.In the interview, Emily references The Portal to Texas History, which can be accessed at https://texashistory.unt.edu/.Susan interviewed one of their professors, Dr. Andrew Torget, in Episode 6 of our podcast.To learn more about OLLI at UNT, visit https://olli.unt.edu or email email@example.com.
Finding Out Santa Isn't Real w/ Hannah Stewart - Important Business (Ep. 3)
The guys are joined by their first ever guest on the show, Hannah Stewart, to discuss their pet peeves, when they found out Santa wasn't real, and more. Intro - 00:00:00Who Are You? How'd You Get In Here? - 00:00:57Ask an Expert - 00:05:00Finding out Santa isn't real - 00:18:16Our biggest pet peeves - 00:33:29Fancy Wolf's Hall of Fame - 01:07:20
#8 - Talking personalisation with Hannah Stewart, VP Global Marketing at Yieldify
FINITE: B2B Marketing Podcast for Tech, Software & SaaS
Hannah Stewart is VP Global Marketing at Yieldify, a customer journey and website personalisation software.Our host Alex Price sits down with Hannah to explore her role at Yieldify and dig into personalisation as they discuss where to begin, what the future could look like and how Hannah runs B2B marketing at Yieldify.Visit finite.community to find out more about the FINITE community and join us at a future event.Support the show (https://finite.community/)