Ep 60: Emily Peterson – TimBO, Yin Yoga and Being Present

To be able to connect with students and clients on a deep level, an interplay of seriousness and playfulness is required. Our guest today is a magician at both. We chat with Emily Peterson, a coach, Rock n Roll enthusiast, Yin Yoga teacher, master Reiki practitioner,...

Ep 59: Dr. Sarah Court: Strong Ideas Loosely Held

On today's show, we chat with Dr. Sarah Court, who has been both a mentor and personal friend to us both. Dr. Sarah is a coach, Yogi, Yoga teacher, Yoga Tune Up Teacher Trainer, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Princeton University Alum with degrees in Art and Archeology,...

Ep 56: Zeb Pascual – from Coach to Business Owner and Back to Coach

Cultivating relationships may be one of the hardest things about being a coach. We must constantly manage the relationship with our clients, our bosses and our loved ones, all with some finesse. Our guest today, Zeb Pascual, is a great example of someone who is an...

Ep 55: Daniel Cortez – Evolutionary Mismatch and Finding the Middle Path

Have you ever been transplanted into a new town and immediately set off on forging new relationships? Our guest today, Daniel Cortez, has not only done that but also established a strong place for himself in the movement world in a short time. Daniel is a coach, law...

Ep 54: Charlie Reid and Regulating Thought Viruses

Our guest today believes that we are blinded by what we don't know. Charlie Reid is a coach, educator, massage therapist, strength and mobility trainer, physical culturalist, alum of San Diego State University with a B.S. in Kinesiology, anti-guru, espresso purist,...

Ep 53: Ariel Kiley Cultivating Community in the Classroom

Many people come to group fitness and the gym to find a community - but how do you cultivate a positive community that will commit to coming to class on a regular basis? Ariel Kiley has the secret sauce and is sharing it with us on today's episode. Ariel is a coach,...

Ep 52: Nikki Naab-Levy and the Business Side of Coaching

Today, we go behind the podium with Nikki Naab-Levy - a coach, Pilates teacher, Massage Therapist, fitness educator, alumnus from Ohio University with a bachelors in exercise science, cheerleader, body nerd, podcaster, wife, and corgi mama. Nikki has over ten years of...

Ep 51: Trina Altman – Teaching from the Inside

No two bodies are the same - are you custom tailoring every movement for your clients? Trina Altman is a coach, Yoga teacher, Pilates teacher, Yoga Tune Up teacher, Roll Model Method teacher, certification/continuing education junkie, movement explorer, connoisseur,...

Ep 50: Mark England – Procabulary and the Power of Language

Words matter. A majority of our communication with clients and students requires the words we choose to convey the meaning. And language is a force that can constrict your life or help it to grow and expand. Today, we go behind the podium with Mark England, a coach,...

Ep 49: Online Education – a Replacement for In Person?

With the rising cost of travel and education, it's becoming increasingly difficult to continue your education with in-person events. Thankfully (or not), we live in a time where many thought leaders are including online education as a part of their course offerings....

Ep 48: Kathryn Budig on Being a Teacher, Not an Instructor

Where is the line between teacher and instructor? In today's episode, Jared and Alex talk with Kathryn Budig, a coach, international yoga teacher, author, podcaster, blogger, someone that ranked 12th out of the 50 Most Influential Yoga Teachers Online in 2017 by Tribe...

Ep 46: Chet Morjaria and the Power of Insight Over Experience

Experience doesn't make a good coach - it's insight. On this episode, Jared and Alex sit down with Chet Morjaria, a coach that identifies himself as a connector, communicator, and disruptor. Chet is the founder and head coach of Strength Education Training Systems—an...

Ep 45: Jeff Baldwin – Being a Professor and a Coach

Knowing it all and still being able to see your blind spots are two completely different things. It's important to maintain a curiosity about your craft while still being close enough to create new cues and tips. Jeff Baldwin is the master of being both the professor...

Ep 43: Steph Gaudreau and Scaling from Simple to Complex

What sets an outstanding coach from just a coach? Is it their ability to teach beyond just the technical skills? On this episode, we sit down with Steph Gaudreau of Stupid Easy Paleo and discuss how to become a masterful coach and teacher. Steph is a coach, former...

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