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The podcast for yoga teachers centered around important conversations for yoga teachers to discuss, reflect, and implement. From class planning to business strategy, these conversations help yoga teachers build the business that will help keep them teaching long-term and with a sustainable income.
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Welcome to Essential Conversations, a podcast for behavioral health providers in Region 7 (IA, KS, MO, and NE). Join us as we explore topics related to behavioral health and addiction, including stigma, trauma informed care, equity and diversity, leadership, and more. This project is produced by the Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center HHS Region 7 (MATTC) and is funded by SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The content on this podcast does not ...
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Have You Joined the Conversation on Hank Unplugged? – Hank Unplugged is a podcast brought to you by the Christian Research Institute where Hank Hanegraaff takes you out of the studio and into his study to engage in free-flowing, essential Christian conversations on critical issues with some of the most interesting, informative and inspirational people on the planet. For more information visit www.equip.org and to support CRI and our global outreaches visit https://www.equip.org/donate/
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I know you're a teacher who understands the value in continuing your education. Whether it's to continue learning, stay current and relevant. Maybe it's to keep your teaching and sequencing fresh or just to go all in. On a particular subject. For example, you've invested in continuing education on topics like anatomy sequencing. Different modalitie…
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“Before there was a West, there was Christendom.” Fr. John Strickland has written a monumental four-part history of Christendom—from the first millennium of Christendom which he deems “the age of paradise” to our current cultural condition which he labels “the age of nihilism.” telling the story of how both came to be. On this episode Fr. John Stri…
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Welcome back to another episode of the Essential Conversations for Yoga Teachers podcast. I'm super excited to talk about diversifying your offerings in this episode. If you're wondering the why behind this topic. No worries. That's what we're here to talk about today. If teaching yoga is a long-term goal for you. What I'm going to share with you t…
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Yoga students look to you to be the light. The teacher who commands the room. The one person in the yoga room for students to lean on. The one that yogis come to when their lives seem out of order, right? Have you ever had a student cry in class? Have they told you that they just needed to release because life is a lot right now. In some form or an…
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This is an example of a fixed mindset. I always ask teachers to take what resonates and leave the rest, but be open to coming back to the information at a later date and see if it resonates then. I would never force a teacher to learn something new because oftentimes when we are presented with new information, We resisted. Or get defensive. Because…
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I'm going to talk to you a little bit about how to craft your teaching career. In this episode, we will use an example, start at the big-picture goal and work backwards. By the way, I love starting at big-picture goals! This episode follows my roadmap to uncover what you want to teach, where you want to teach, how you want to teach, and discover th…
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Welcome to part one of a three part series on what the yoga teaching career typically looks like. How to create the career you want. And how to identify if you're getting in your own way. Stay tuned to the end of this episode, where I'll give you four questions to ask yourself. And when you do, you'll get a lot clearer on your path as a yoga teache…
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“I really don’t enjoy what I’m doing every day. I feel like I’m on a hamster wheel and am just going along with the program. Who’s program? I don’t know. I don’t even know if it’s mine. I feel like it just… is. And I want to change that. I want to be teaching what I LOVE and I know everything I’m doing is making me feel excited.” This is an exact q…
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​Does Church history matter? In an age marked by division, Christians of all traditions can almost assuredly agree that we are currently living in an age of cultural decline. Believing in the transformational power of historical understanding, Fr. John Strickland has written a monumental four-part history of Christendom—from the first millennium of…
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One thing I bet most of us were not very clear about before we started yoga teacher training is that making it a financially lucrative career can be challenging. But we go ahead anyway, likely because of the way yoga has touched our lives, the way it's healed our traumas, or the way the practice makes us feel. In this episode, let's remember some o…
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“I had no idea it was going to be like this” “This is overwhelming and I just don’t know if I can do this” “Everybody else seems to be going through it with ease & I am over here struggling” I said these exact words to myself when I started my Yoga Teacher Training and I’ve been having conversations with teachers who are in training right now… and …
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Hindsight is 20/20, right?!? I think we can all relate to that - whether it’s work-related decisions or in our relationships, both platonic and romantic. “If I could start all over again, what choices would I make knowing what I know now?” Unfortunately, we don’t have that luxury, BUT you have ME! And these Conversations to give you some insight as…
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As we celebrate the Christmas season, we encourage you to contemplate the meaning and the magnitude of the Incarnation—the climax of divine revelation: God with us! The very thought that the one who spoke and galaxies leapt into existence should cloak Himself in human flesh is unthinkable. To imagine that the one who knit me together in my mother’s…
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In light of recent events, today’s edition of Hank Unplugged is a special encore presentation featuring Robert Spencer containing segments from different appearances that Spencer has made on Hank Unplugged over the years in order to provide everything you need to know about the world’s fastest growing religion—Islam. Spencer is one of the foremost …
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Who is Monica Bright? I have been teaching yoga since 2012 in the city of Chicago & have come to love the human body so much that it's important to me to teach sustainable yoga so that students can actually practice for life. I teach yoga teachers (via mentorship & business coaching) how to cultivate the life they want so that they actually create …
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Are we living in the last days? On today’s podcast we revisit an issue of tremendous consequence—particularly in light of the ongoing conflict in the middle east. That issue revolves around the popular notion that Christians will be raptured out of this world—a rapture currently being dubbed, “The Great Disappearance.” Unfortunately, these modern e…
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Given the current events taking place in the Middle East it is important to assess the Levant—the land-bridge linking three continents (Europe, Asia, and Africa). The Levant set the stage for some of the principal events in history, is the source of two great monotheistic religions, and supplied the foundations for a third. Thus, it is rightly desc…
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Fares Abraham is a Palestinian Christian. He was born in the West Bank. His wife was born in Gaza—in the Al-Ahli Baptist hospital recently bombed despite the belief that a Christian hospital was the safest place to be in all of Gaza. How should Christians respond to the tragedies taking place in Israel and Palestine?First and foremost, we must pray…
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Each person who enters recovery is as unique as their story. And this month, in honor of recovery month, we are bringing you recovery stories from people in diverse populations. Hear what people in these communities want providers to know. Lisa got sober at fifteen, and now, at 34 people often discount her experience. Lisa has many labels: a person…
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Each person who enters recovery is as unique as their story. And this month, in honor of recovery month, we are bringing you recovery stories from people in diverse populations. Hear what people in these communities want providers to know. Norma is an 88-year-old woman who entered recovery in her 50’s. As an older lady friends and family have a har…
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Each person who enters recovery is as unique as their story. And this month, in honor of recovery month, we are bringing you recovery stories from people in diverse populations. Hear what people in these communities want providers to know. Jazie is a non-binary person who is coming up on their 2nd sober anniversary. Jazie recognizes the older versi…
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Are you a domestic extremist? Peachy Keenan argues that the only way we can save our families, ourselves, and the world is by embracing our inner domestic extremists, and sweeping failed notions of third wave feminism and identity politics nonsense into the garbage can of history. Peachy Keenan uses humor to point out the disastrous consequences of…
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Each person who enters recovery is as unique as their story. And this month, in honor of recovery month, we are bringing you recovery stories from people in diverse populations. Hear what people in these communities want providers to know. Casey explained that recovery does not have to be abstinence only. She discusses her thoughts on why she pract…
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Each person who enters recovery is as unique as their story. And this month, in honor of recovery month, we are bringing you recovery stories from people in diverse populations. Hear what people in these communities want providers to know. Hector looked at his family and chose not to repeat those patterns. Hector practiced abstinence into his young…
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Who is responsible for murdering the wonder of womanhood? Despite what many would like to believe, “smashing the patriarchy” and promoting the ideology of feminism doesn’t empower women—it erases women. After 50 years of radical feminism our culture today cannot even define what is a woman. And still, feminists cling to their illusions of liberatio…
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Each person who enters recovery is as unique as their story. And this month, in honor of recovery month, we are bringing you recovery stories from people in diverse populations. Hear what people in these communities want providers to know. This series is a special edition of the Essential Conversations podcast. Stream new episodes every Friday in S…
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Yeonmi Park had little or no education before escaping North Korea. When she began studying at Columbia university, she was shocked by the similarities between the indoctrination taking place in American universities and the propaganda she experienced in the North Korean dictatorship. Having escaped North Korea, Yeonmi Park has a deep appreciation …
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The world would be better off without men—especially men with “toxic masculinity.” While the culture might tell you this is true, Dr. Nancy Pearcey takes the pervasive premise of toxic masculinity to task in her tour de force The Toxic War on Masculinity and joins Hank Hanegraaff to discuss why masculinity is not the problem that it is presented to…
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In this episode, we connected with two women uniquely supporting health and well-being in their communities. Raquel Garcia is University Health’s Community Health Education Nurse working in Kansas City, Missouri, and Stacy Jones is a Body Image Coach and Weight Stigma Educator working in California. Both grounded firmly in the principles of trauma …
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In modern church history, Scripture is often pitted against tradition and vice versa. What does the Bible really say about Tradition? Prominent New Testament scholar Edith Humphrey, who understands the issue from both Protestant and Catholic/Orthodox perspectives, joins Hank Hanegraaff to discuss the importance of tradition, how Scripture and tradi…
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Episode 8, with Russell Anderson and Jake Pitts Russell Anderson and Jake Pitts lead the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion efforts at University Health in Kansas City, MO. In this deeply self-reflective conversation, they talked with us about their experiences in weaving in the practices of trauma informed caring with educating others on counteracti…
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Hank Hanegraaff, the host of the Bible Answer Man broadcast and the Hank Unplugged podcast, is joined by Nathan Jacobs and Metropolitan K.P. Yohannan for the first in a series of wide-ranging roundtable discussions. A professor, artist, author, philosopher, and filmmaker—Nathan Jacobs is Scholar in Residence of Philosophy and Religion in the Religi…
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In this episode, our guests Dr. Alli Morton and Dr. Hanna Grandgenett, both from the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Munroe-Meyer Institute share a variety of insights they have gained, and are still gaining, as they work to integrate Trauma Informed Caring in flexible, individualized ways that honor the inherent dignity, strengths, and lif…
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Despite being the second largest Christian communion globally, Eastern Orthodox Theology is unknown or misunderstood for most people living in the West. When Hank Hanegraaff joined the Eastern Orthodox Church, many were left wondering what it is that Eastern Orthodox Christians actually believe.In A Basic Guide to Eastern Orthodox Theology: Introdu…
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Transgenderism is a gateway to transhumanism—both ideologies formed by the materialist myth that our culture has consumed which consequently shapes their hopes and fears for the future. There is no denying that Gender Ideology and Artificial Intelligence are reshaping the world as we know it—but how should Christians respond to these seismic change…
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