96 episodes

Hello, I'm Craig Constantine. In this podcast I talk with movement enthusiasts to learn who they are, what they do, and why they do it. This podcast is part of the Movers Mindset project, which I started so I could explore movement's underlying motivations, and movement's fundamental place in society. Interested?

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Hello, I'm Craig Constantine. In this podcast I talk with movement enthusiasts to learn who they are, what they do, and why they do it. This podcast is part of the Movers Mindset project, which I started so I could explore movement's underlying motivations, and movement's fundamental place in society. Interested?

    Vivian Carrasco: Mindset, transformation, and practice

    Vivian Carrasco: Mindset, transformation, and practice

    Transformation is often thought of as a particular turning point, but Vivian Carrasco views it as a daily practice. She discusses stillness, shifting your mindset, and her touch stones. Vivi unpacks her thoughts on transformation, and how podcasting fits into her journey. She shares her personal practices, thoughts on success, and reflections on her beginnings and her own path.



    Vivian Carrasco is a wisdom teacher, mindset mentor, and podcaster based in Fort Worth, Texas. She encourages and coaches people to Love.Being.Human(tm), helping them find their truth, overcome fear, and move forward on their heart’s path. Vivian works one on one with individuals, and also created Within (U)niversity, an online platform for people to come together on their journey of living from their core.



    For more information on this episode, go to moversmindset.com/96



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    Bringing you (ad-free) Movers Mindset takes us a ridiculous number of hours each month. If you find any joy and stimulation in what we create, please consider supporting us on Patreon with a recurring monthly donation of your choosing, between a cup of coffee and a good dinner.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Howard 'Cosmo' Palmer: Mindfulness, intention, and cosmonauts

    Howard 'Cosmo' Palmer: Mindfulness, intention, and cosmonauts

    Against all odds, Howard ‘Cosmo’ Palmer survived serious heart problems in his childhood to become a healthy, active athlete into his 40s. he describes his childhood health journey and its effects on his life. Cosmo discusses his thoughts on changing your habits, and his personal intentions in the world. He unpacks the meaning behind his nickname and connection to cosmonauts, and shares his heroes and inspirations.



    Howard ‘Cosmo’ Palmer is a self-care, meditation, and wellness advocate. Born in Jamaica, and currently living in Colorado, Cosmo uses his mindfulness and meditation practices to balance his other responsibilities: engineering, parkour, and yoga. He is passionate about helping others improve their lives through intentional, peaceful daily actions.



    For more information on this episode, go to moversmindset.com/95



    Your support matters!



    Bringing you (ad-free) Movers Mindset takes us a ridiculous number of hours each month. If you find any joy and stimulation in what we create, please consider supporting us on Patreon with a recurring monthly donation of your choosing, between a cup of coffee and a good dinner.

    • 41 min
    Renae Dambly: Self care, perception, and competition

    Renae Dambly: Self care, perception, and competition

    Moving to a different country and starting over is a challenge that Renae Dambly embraced. She shares how parkour and movement fit into her life, and how she takes care of herself, especially after moving to Germany. Renae unpacks her perception of herself vs other’s viewpoints, and publicly representing parkour. She discusses climbing, injury, competition, painting, and hitting the ‘plateau.’



    Renae Dambly is an athlete and coach, recently moved to Germany from Colorado. She has a diverse movement background, including track, rugby, and rock climbing in addition to parkour. Renae is pursuing a career in fitness alongside her professional parkour career.



    For more information on this episode, go to moversmindset.com/94



    Your support matters!



    Bringing you (ad-free) Movers Mindset takes us a ridiculous number of hours each month. If you find any joy and stimulation in what we create, please consider supporting us on Patreon with a recurring monthly donation of your choosing, between a cup of coffee and a good dinner.

    • 44 min
    Mark Balfe-Taylor: Yoga, intuition, and discipline

    Mark Balfe-Taylor: Yoga, intuition, and discipline

    Mark Balfe-Taylor prefers to ‘go with the flow’ rather than plan everything out… it just so happens that his ‘flow’ led to a successful career as a yoga teacher and trainer. He shares his thoughts on teaching yoga, and the journey he embarked on to get there. Mark discusses the lessons he learned through traveling, and his adjustment to fatherhood. He unpacks the idea of discipline, how it’s impacted his life, his practice, and his work to develop it.



    Mark Balfe-Taylor is a yogi, teacher, and yoga teacher trainer who has been practicing for 15 years. He has experience and training in many different types of yoga, and spent years traveling the world teaching and learning. Mark is the creator of Revitalize, his own hot yoga sequence, and recently founded the Irie Agency, where he is creating yoga podcasts.



    For more information on this episode see https://moversmindset.com/93



    Your support matters!



    Bringing you (ad-free) Movers Mindset takes us a ridiculous number of hours each month. If you find any joy and stimulation in what we create, please consider supporting us on Patreon with a recurring monthly donation of your choosing, between a cup of coffee and a good dinner.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Amy Slevin: Flow Motion, pain, and routines

    Amy Slevin: Flow Motion, pain, and routines

    Not quite fitting in can seem negative, but it is what inspired Amy Slevin to create something new. She unpacks the role movement holds in her life, and how she came to create FlowMotion Yoga. Amy discusses her thoughts on pain and injury, particularly within parkour. She shares her personal routines, habits, and what she’s been reading.



    Amy Slevin is an osteopath turned yoga instructor who teaches in London, UK. She founded FlowMotion Yoga to help people feel better in their bodies, while sharing her love of movement and playfulness. Amy also teaches workshops about movement, pain, and injury, and is passionate about empowering her students through both movement and mindset.



    For more information on this episode, go to moversmindset.com/92



    Your support matters!



    Bringing you (ad-free) Movers Mindset takes us a ridiculous number of hours each month. If you find any joy and stimulation in what we create, please consider supporting us on Patreon with a recurring monthly donation of your choosing, between a cup of coffee and a good dinner.

    • 44 min
    John Beede: Mountaineering, values, and growth

    John Beede: Mountaineering, values, and growth

    Climbing Mt Everest and the 7 Summits is a huge accomplishment, for John Beede, it’s only the beginning of the story. He discusses his book The Warrior Challenge: 8 Quests for Boys to Grow Up with Kindness, Courage and Grit, and his reasons for writing it. John shares his experiences from mountaineering and climbing Everest, and why climbing is important to him. He reflects on his journey overcoming PTSD, what he’s learned from climbing, and advice for others starting out.



    John Beede is an adventurer, author, speaker, and one of few people to climb the tallest peak on every continent, including Mt Everest. He has traveled to 67 countries, survived avalanches and PTSD, and more recently has “settled down” to enjoy competitive kite surfing. John is also the author of 3 books, sharing what he’s learned through his adventuring and mountaineering. His newest book is called, The Warrior Challenge: 8 Quests for Boys to Grow Up with Kindness, Courage, and Grit.



    For more information on this episode, go to https://moversmindset.com/91



    Your support matters!



    Bringing you (ad-free) Movers Mindset takes us a ridiculous number of hours each month. If you find any joy and stimulation in what we create, please consider supporting us on Patreon with a recurring monthly donation of your choosing, between a cup of coffee and a good dinner.

    • 1 hr 6 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

KServi ,

Great podcast!

Always great take aways from this podcast. Craig does an excellent job with interviewing his guests.

tpf_maria ,

Enlightening stories told professionally

I recently started listening to the Movers Mindset podcast. Parkour is a new concept that I want to learn more about. Craig does a phenomenal job as a host interviewing great guests and telling their stories in a very engaging way. I cannot wait to listen to the next episode.

Talthanas ,

Sounds better than cats in heat!

No, seriously, great production value, top notch.

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