Hearing With My Heart with Justin Osmond & Yoga Bodies with Lauren Lipton
Moments with Marianne
Hearing With My Heart with Justin Osmond Justin has led an extraordinary life and found himself learning vital lessons from his unique circumstances. Growing up with a 90% hearing loss is hard for anyone, but being the son of Merrill Osmond, the lead singer of the world-renowned Osmond Family, made deafness an even bigger challenge for him. After 12 years of intense speech and listening therapy, Justin can now speak with passion and through modern-day technology, hear with conviction. Considering the fact that he was a couple years behind his peers, he has shown through intense dedication, mental toughness and physical exertion, that nothing can stop him from going after his dreams. Having shared the spotlight with the likes of Kevin Costner, Oprah, Billy Crystal, Garth Brooks, Susan Boyle and many other distinguished and respectable individuals, Justin's unique style inspires and motivates his audiences http://www.justinosmond.com Yoga Bodies: Real People, Real Stories and the Power of Transformation with Lauren LiptonLauren Lipton is a yoga devotee and an award-winning journalist who covers wellness, style, and trends. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Allure, and Town & Country, among other publications. Her book Yoga Bodies a collection of interviews with yogis of all shapes and skill levels, with photographs by Jaimie Baird. www.laurenlipton.com
Lauren Lipton, author of Yoga Bodies: Real People, Real Stories and the Power of Transformation. is truly helping make the health benefits of yoga accessible to everyone—no matter what age, shape or size. Laura joined Janeane Monday June 26 to talk abou
KUCI: Get the Funk Out
Lauren Lipton, author of Yoga Bodies: Real People, Real Stories and the Power of Transformation. is truly helping make the health benefits of yoga accessible to everyone—no matter what age, shape or size. Check out this piece in New York Magazine and there's more nfo at: http://laurenlipton.com/Humans of New York Meets YogaYoga BodiesReal People, Real Stories and the Power of Transformationby Lauren LiptonPhotographs by Jaimie BairdArtfully capturing yoga's vibrant spirit, Yoga Bodies presents full-color yoga-pose portraits of more than 80 practitioners of all ages, shapes, sizes, backgrounds, and skill levels – real people with real stories to share about how yoga has changed their lives for the better. Some humorous, some heartfelt, others profound, the stories entertain as they enlighten, while the portraits – which joyously challenge the "yoga body" stereotype – celebrate the glorious diversity of the human form. Handsomely jacketed and richly visual inside and out, Yoga Bodies is a coffee table – worthy contemplation, a meaningful gift, and a source of endless inspiration for anyone seeking fresh perspectives on how to live well.
Ep64 - Yoga Doesn't Require a Certain Body Type: Lauren Lipton
Which Way is Life
Why you don’t need a “yoga body” to do do yoga, and real stories of yoga and transformation with Lauren Lipton.What You’ll Learn in this Episode: Why you don’t need a “yoga body” to do yoga. What is it about yoga that people just don’t seem to get? What are the main benefits of yoga? How to choose a yoga studio? The value of developing a "yoga party trick." One of her favorite stories in the book. What is transformative about yoga. More from her book Yoga Bodies: Real People, Real Stories & the Power of Transformation. High Five Highlights: What made you want to write this book? I want the entire world to do yoga and show them that they can. What is your favorite yoga pose? Handstand. I love to be upside down What has yoga meant to your life? It has completely changed the kind of person I am. It has transformed me. Do you have a favorite quote or book you can share? “The restraint of the modification of the mind stuff is yoga,” which means yoga is basically the quieting of the chattering of the brain. "Finish this sentence: “Throughout my life the most important thing I’ve learned is...” That everything gets better over time, with perspective. Connect with Lauren Share the Show! If you enjoyed this show, please rate it on iTunes and write a brief review. That would help us tremendously in getting the word out and raising the visibility of the show. Sponsor: audible.com - get a FREE audiobook download and 30 day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/whichwayislife
Episode 75: Every Body Is A Yoga Body With Lauren Lipton
One Part Podcast
This week I’m talking to journalist and author of Yoga Bodies: Real People, Real Stories & The Power Of Transformation, Lauren Lipton. We talk Lauren’s definition of yoga, how there is no “real” yoga body, and why we will never do a yoga class together. Here’s Lauren: Listen and subscribe in iTunesListen and subscribe in Stitcher This episode is supported by Daily Harvest, they deliver soups, ready-to-blend smoothies, overnight night oats, and chia parfaits right to your door. Receive three free with your first order using code: onepartplant. SHOW NOTES: Being BossYoga Bodies Website Yoga Bodies: Real People, Real Stories & The Power Of TransformationDDP Yoga DDP Yoga Transformation VideoMushroom Stroganoff This episode was also supported by Amazon Click on the Amazon banner in the sidebar anytime you need to make an Amazon purchase. A small percentage of your purchase will support the show (no extra cost to you). I receive an affiliate commission from some of the links above.
Artfully capturing yoga's vibrant spirit, Yoga Bodies presents full-color yoga-pose portraits of more than 80 practitioners of all ages, shapes, sizes, backgrounds, and skill levels—real people with real stories to share about how yoga has changed their lives for the better. Some humorous, some heartfelt, others profound, the stories entertain as they enlighten, while the portraits—which joyously challenge the "yoga body" stereotype—celebrate the glorious diversity of the human form. Handsomely jacketed and richly visual inside and out, Yoga Bodies is a coffee table–worthy contemplation, a meaningful gift, and a source of endless inspiration for anyone seeking fresh perspectives on how to live well.
The State of Television Journalism & Freelancers Rights w/Lauren Lipton
Voices of the Sacred Feminine
Lauren Lipton, freelance journalist received notice in 2015 for publicly criticizing Huffington Post founder Aranna Huffington for predatory practices toward bloggers and freelance writers. We'll discuss the state of television journalism and practices among the media that have journalists struggling to make a make a living wage. We'll delve into why this is so dangerous and why we should be concerned as citizens about the lack of journalistic integrigy that usually benefits the corporate owned media and the 1% as they dumb down so much of the 99%.