Pregnancy, Birth & Parenting
Jean and Chandrika dive into the intersection of pregnancy, birth, parenting and peaceful embodiment. In this episode, they share aspects of their lives as mothers, from pregnancy and birth, to navigating the challenges of parenting teens. They explore their experiences of the fine balance required to be a present parent while working, being in relationships, serving others and staying deeply connected to one's own embodied spiritual path. Parents of all types will no doubt find some common threads in this discussion.Guest - Jean Byrne PhDJean is a childbirth educator and co-founder of Mindful Birth Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training: https://www.mindfulbirth.com.au/
20 May 2021
Health At Every Size - Peaceful Embodiment for All Bodies
Natalie Scott is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who graduated from Curtin University in Perth with a degree in Nutrition and Postgraduate Diploma in Dietetics. During her 10+ years of experience, she worked with clients in a range of settings including Community, Private Practice, and Hospitals in Perth as well as regional locations around Western Australia.Natalie specialises in working with clients who struggle with weight and body image concerns, disordered eating, chronic dieting and eating disorders. She uses a non diet, Health at Every Size (HAES) approach to help people to improve their relationship with food and learn to care for their bodies without dieting or restriction.You can find Natalie and Be Mindful Nutrition online here:Be Mindful Nutrition - Perth Dietitian - Intuitive Eating - Eating DisordersBe Mindful Nutrition | FacebookNatalie Scott, APD (@be_mindful_nutrition) • Instagram photos and videos
31 Dec 2020
The Power of Boundaries
Jean and Chandrika discuss patterns that lead us away from our Peaceful Embodiment, including people-pleasing, seeking external approval, and giving away our time, energy and resource on aspects of life that are not aligned with our own needs and values. The power of setting and sustaining healthy boundaries, including carving out time for personal practice is highlighted.
21 Dec 2020
Peaceful Embodiment at the End of Life
Satyam Brown, BSW, MCouns, is a mobile palliative care social worker, who supports families, individuals, carers, and health professionals to bring dignity and humanity to the care of people at the end of their lives. Satyam is also a meditation facilitator, educator, and co-founder of Surya Health.
4 Nov 2020
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Rob Schutze PhD; Post Doctoral research Fellow Curtin University, School of Physiotherapy, Yoga Therapist, Senior Yoga Australia Teacher and Clinical Psychologist. Co-founder of The Yoga Space, Wisdom Yoga Institute, and owner of Wisdom Health Psychology.
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Yoga and Women
In this episode, Jean and Chandrika explore the largely patriarchal context of yoga’s origins and share their experiences as women navigating their own spiritual practice. Included is the discussion of #metoo in the yoga world, feminism, hormonal changes and rhythms of the life cycle, motherhood, menopause, and a critique of the problematic nature of yogic philosophy for women.
7 Aug 2020
Who gets to be peacefully embodied?
Lets talk about our practices and our journey, and discuss who gets to be peacefully embodied.
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Welcome: Part 2
Understanding of peaceful embodiment from our own personal experiences.
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Welcome: Part 1
Here pod cast creators begin to share why they started the Peaceful Embodiment Podcast.
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