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Kathryn Bruni-Young grew up in the yoga community and has been teaching for over a decade. Inspired by her own life’s journey and a passion for helping all people feel more capable and confident in their bodies, Kathryn created Mindful Strength, a method that synthesizes mindfulness, strength training, yoga, movement, mobility, and body acceptance, to inform a well-rounded, embodied practice. This podcast is dedicated to sharing knowledge and fostering curiosity. Kathryn's conversations with unique and inspiring guests explore the ever evolving narratives that are yoga, movement and health. Join us!

Mindful Strength Kathryn Bruni-Young

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Kathryn Bruni-Young grew up in the yoga community and has been teaching for over a decade. Inspired by her own life’s journey and a passion for helping all people feel more capable and confident in their bodies, Kathryn created Mindful Strength, a method that synthesizes mindfulness, strength training, yoga, movement, mobility, and body acceptance, to inform a well-rounded, embodied practice. This podcast is dedicated to sharing knowledge and fostering curiosity. Kathryn's conversations with unique and inspiring guests explore the ever evolving narratives that are yoga, movement and health. Join us!

    151 Jules Mitchell: Teaching Asana and Hypermobility

    151 Jules Mitchell: Teaching Asana and Hypermobility

    Kathryn and Jules cover a few topics that are all very relevant to teaching yoga and exercise. From safety to adjustments, and cueing, they throw ideas back and forth and reflect on how things have changed over the last two decades. They also talk about hypermobility, and the assumptions that are just not true. The word hypermobility has been thrown around a lot over the last five years, and is sometimes misunderstood.

    • 47 Min.
    150 James Crader: Being A Movement Innovator

    150 James Crader: Being A Movement Innovator

    Kathryn and James talk about innovating in the movement industry, and moving from a single title like Pilates Teacher to a more encompassing way of working with movement and exercise. They talked about cueing, what needs to be said, and what we can start to let go of. They also talked about safety, and who is responsible for the safety of a movement class, hint it might not be the teacher.

    • 51 Min.
    149 Clare Kelley: Pandemic in yoga and movement, what we can do now!

    149 Clare Kelley: Pandemic in yoga and movement, what we can do now!

    Clare and Kathryn talk about the COVID-19 pandemic, and what the world should be doing right now, even in places where there are no cases. Clare gives some insight into how yoga teachers, studios and gyms can be socially responsible, they talk about social distancing and why disinfecting props won't cut it right now. This episode was recorded moments before the WHO announced that COVID-19 was a pandemic.

    • 48 Min.
    148 Brooke Thomas: Embodying Safety

    148 Brooke Thomas: Embodying Safety

    Kathryn and Brooke talk about embodiment, safety and why our nervous systems are always searching to feel safe. Brooke gives some great examples of how we can disrupt ways of thinking to bring our bodies back into the moment. Brooke believes that safety is more than the absence of danger. She talks about the survival brain, and how humans make their best decisions and live their best lives when they feel and embody safety.

    • 47 Min.
    147 Trina Altman: Integrating Modalities in Practice and Teaching

    147 Trina Altman: Integrating Modalities in Practice and Teaching

    Trina and Kathryn talk about blending modalities together to create a type of movement practice that is supportive of the individual and what they want to do. Trina has a rebellious side, and has been mixing things up for years. They talked about somatic movement, and moving for the sake of feeling and sensing. They also talked about postural ideas, where some of these ideas may have come from, and if they serve us.

    • 45 Min.
    146 Diane Bruni: I'm Still Alive Part 2

    146 Diane Bruni: I'm Still Alive Part 2

    This is part two of the I'm Still Alive series where Kathryn interviews her mom Diane Bruni on her experiences with cancer beginning in 2012. If you haven't heard part one go back an episode and start at the beginning. Thank you to everyone who has shared the podcast and sent in messages.

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