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Best Ski Conditions podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Ski Conditions podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Buying a new mountain bike is always fun, but it can also be super confusing and overwhelming due to ever-evolving technology and how quickly the dollars add up. Rather than spend endless hours scouring the internet for information, the best thing you can do is go to your local bike shop and talk to an expert. So that’s what we did. We sat down wit…
 
I was sick for nearly 10 years. I felt like all of my energy was gone. Zapped. It was devastating as I had a dream to continue a career as a contemporary dancer. Life had a different direction for me. After being told by the Western medical system that there was nothing they could do [...] The post How I Really Healed My Autoimmune Condition | Be T…
 
Maurice Isserman is a professor of American History at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY and the author of several books on the history of mountaineering. We spoke to Maurice about his two latest books, The Winter Army: The World War II Odyssey of the 10th Mountain Division, America's Elite Alpine Warriors and Continental Divide: A History of America…
 
In this episode I speak about the ‘little me’ attachment to material items, people, and how things should be. The illusion of control creates so much suffering in life. What might it be like to live from the perspective and understanding that everything you have was never yours? This includes your body, all your stuff, [...] The post None of This I…
 
To kick off season 3, we sat down with a local Salt Lake legend, Steve Achelis, who is quite possibly the most interesting man in the Wasatch. Steve is a software entrepreneur with a deep passion for outdoor recreation and wilderness safety. Over the years, he’s used his engineering skills to develop various software applications geared towards out…
 
Are you allowing the external world to dictate your life experience? Have you turned on the news and felt the fear inside of you escalate? Have you been in conversations where your friends, family, and colleagues are predicting the worst outcome and your nervous system begins to feel activated? This is very common—it’s how we’ve [...] The post From…
 
How are you doing? I mean how are you really doing? What shows up for you in times of uncertainty and the unknown? What is being illuminated for you right now? I’ve created an episode around my perspective and experience as we go through the global experience of the corona virus. My intention is to [...] The post Pandemic = Spiritual Awakening?! | …
 
Join me for this conversation with a dear friend of mine, a true soul-sister, Elana Epstein. As a yoga instructor, Reiki practitioner and spiritual guide in Vancouver BC, her greatest passion lies in helping individuals find their deepest place of connection to themselves and their relationship to life. Elana shares with us the value of [...] The p…
 
I get so excited when I feel the astonishing nature of existence—when things are undeniably miraculously orchestrated. You might think I’m talking about big-deal kinda miracles; instant healings, angels floating down from the sky, the sea parting…but I’m not. I’m open to all of those things happening and I’m also totally open to acknowledging synch…
 
We can use any life experience to expand and evolve—especially the uncomfortable ones. When you choose to do something that takes you out of your comfort zone, and stay present with yourself through the experience, you can redefine your sense of Self. This is how I use my outdoor experiences…to heal and grow. In this [...] The post Heal Anywhere: R…
 
It doesn't matter if you log 100 days on the snow or if you do one trip a year, developing a pre-season conditioning routine will help you avoid injury and get the most out of your ski/snowboard season. And the time to start is now. So tune into this month's episode to hear some tips and advice for getting in shape for skiing/snowboarding.…
 
I contemplate death daily. It is one of my greatest inspirations for living my life fully and with courage. Having lost one of the most important people in my life has opened my eyes beyond the theoretical idea of impermanence, change, and life giving us opportunities for growth, despite the darkness. In this episode [...] The post I Think About De…
 
On this month's episode, we discuss different options for keeping your backcountry snacks simple, clean, and tasty. From bars to beef jerky to homemade goodies, finding healthy options to fuel your outdoor adventures has never been easier. Check out our Facebook page for two of our favorite homemade recipes: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Letsgetoutpo…
 
We are all made of stories. The stories we tell ourselves, the stories we tell others, and the stories of memory that get altered over time—deepening grooves in our psyche and transforming our personality. I recently attended a workshop where I told stories and listened to many other’s tales too. We are all story tellers… [...] The post The Stories…
 
I was feeling stuck, mostly on the inner. I was having a difficult time making decisions (big and small). I was ready to release a very challenging relationship. I was tired of hearing myself complain about the same things. Can you relate to any of this? And, when I booked in for a trim with [...] The post The Alchemy of a “Spiritual Haircut” appea…
 
Interested in getting into fly fishing, or just curious about what makes it so alluring? We've got you covered. On this month's episode, we sit down with long-time fly fisher John Dabler to talk about gear, technique, tips for beginners, and much more. Still want more? Check out these fly fishing-themed podcasts: 2 Guys and a River: https://2guysan…
 
Our guest this month is Tom Adams, outdoor enthusiast and Director of the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation. Established in 2013 to promote the benefits of outdoor recreation, the Office was the first of its kind in the US and has since inspired other states to join the movement. We talk to Tom about the Office's goals, accomplishments, and why out…
 
Spring is officially upon us, and with that comes the joy of spring skiing and snowboarding! So to kick off season 2 of Let's Get Out, we sit down with writer and outdoor enthusiast Jared Hargrave to talk about spring riding in Utah. Jared penned the guide book Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Routs - Utah, so he knows a thing or two about where to fi…
 
It’s so true. The world truly needs and desires for you to be in your alignment with who you came to this planet to be. When you’re not living from this place life won’t feel right; you’ll be in struggle, you’ll feel lack, you may have health problems, and you won’t be content. In [...] The post Be More YOU! That’s what the world needs. appeared fi…
 
...And I'm raw, vulnerable and apparently have a potty mouth sometimes (so, put on some headphones if you've got little one's around). I speak from my heart with full transparency here and I'm going to keep showing up in this way on this podcast. This come-back-podcast was totally spontaneous and inspired. One of [...] The post I’m Back with my Be …
 
A client asked me last week if I had a Valentine... My response jumped out of my mouth, "Just me!" It wasn't a canned response at all and there wasn't an air of sadness about this fact. The truth is, I've come to honour, respect, and appreciate myself more than ever. I love who [...] The post Reprogramming Limiting Beliefs for Self-Love appeared fi…
 
I'm not big on setting New Year's resolutions...I feel like they can set us up to feel worse about ourselves or they become ideas but rarely inspire lasting transformation. I am really into consistent reprogramming of the neural-pathways through repetition and constant refocussing of my attention and energy. Directing the flow of prana through [...…
 
Short Savasana Relaxation Practice - Audio A short relaxation practice can be the reset button that you need in your day to recharge your energy and release accumulated stress. Lie down in savasana (corpse pose), close your eyes and let yourself be guided through this short rejuvenating practice. The post Savasana Relaxation Practice (7 minutes) ap…
 
Hello Floaters and Boaters! Holiday weekend fun extends into Second Sunday!TODAY:…Sunny. Light winds. Highs 75 to 82. Wave Heights less than 1 foot. Listen to today's full report, see complete Lake Tahoe updates and live Lake Tahoe & Truckee webcams at http://tahoetopia.com/content/lake-tahoe-watersports-report or text “TAHOETOPIA” to 24587. For wa…
 
This month, we sit down with Rachel Cieslewicz to talk about the benefits of yoga for athletes. Not only is Rachel an accomplished endurance athlete herself, she is also the owner of Centered City Yoga in Salt Lake City, UT, co-found of Yoga Soul in St. George, UT, and co-founder the endurance coaching company New Age Athlete. She shares her perspe…
 
Hey everyone! We have a special bonus episode for you today in honor of Pearl Jam kicking off the “Home Shows” tonight in Seattle. Julia and I will be attending show #2 on Friday night and we are PUMPED! Through the Home Shows Initiative, Pearl Jam is partnering with local businesses and organizations in Seattle to fight the homelessness crisis in …
 
Park City, UT is one of the best places to mountain bike in the country, maybe even the world. Why? Well, that's our topic for this month's episode. We sit down with Nick Calas, a Park City local who has been riding the trails for over 30 years, to learn about the history of mountain biking in Park City, trail construction, some of his favorite tra…
 
In this month’s episode of Let’s Get Out, we sit down with three members of the Wasatch Mountain Club to discuss the organization’s deep history, its vast array of outdoor recreation programs, and its conservation efforts. Since it was first incorporated in 1920, the club has been a prominent figure in the outdoor community in and around Salt Lake …
 
In February, we sat down with Julia Reich, PT, DPT, to discuss common injuries seen in outdoor recreationists, how to prevent them, and what to do when an injury occurs. Even though the episode focused heavily on skiing, the basic themes apply to all activities and are especially important when transitioning from one season’s activities to the next…
 
Ok, here it is. You’re the first to hear it… It’s the intro to my latest book that is being launched on May 30th, 2018. This book is called “Living After Loss: A Soulful Guide to Freedom.” Living After Loss guides you through the grief process from the dark nights, to the slow awakening of acceptance; [...] The post Living After Loss – Sneak Previe…
 
I don’t know about you but for me, teaching yoga hasn’t been all rainbows and unicorns… Sure, it’s something I love to be able to offer and I feel blessed to be on a path that I feel is aligned with my dharma, and…there are things that have been a struggle. I’ve been a full [...] The post 3 Common Mistakes Yoga Teachers Make that Destroy their Heal…
 
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Vancouver based yoga teacher and mother of three, Christine Price Clark who I just adore. From her initial foray into yoga in a heavily carpeted Montreal studio, to not really knowing she wanted to be a yoga teacher—she speaks of her life as a mother and [...] The post Mother-Yogi-Creative: Chatting with Chri…
 
Winter Solstice Ceremony Last year I hosted a sacred Winter Solstice Ceremony. We set intentions, chanted, tossed rose petals into the sacred “fire” and let go of what no longer served us. As we move towards the darkest day of the year it is such a poignant time to pause, be still, reassess and [...] The post Winter Solstice Ceremony appeared first…
 
Elena was brought to her first yoga class in college and found it a respite from being yelled at in dance class. She shares how yoga is a way in and also a way out. It isn’t about the postures but a tool for becoming responsive rather than reactive, especially with those closest to us [...] The post Elena Brower on Overcoming Addiction and Cultivat…
 
It's always so different being on the other side of the interview. I had the honour of being interviewed by my friend an colleague, Natalie Rousseau for her 13 Moon's Sadhana Circle for women. I absolutely love talking with Natalie. She's someone I have always admired, mostly for her authentic voice, commitment to integrity [...] The post I Am Ligh…
 
Have you ever learned something about yoga or Ayurveda and thought, “that’s weird!”, or “no way I would try that”? Ellen shares in the most honest and revealing way how understanding Ayurveda allows her to “cheat” her way through trips to Italy and make Ayurvedic hacks in her life so that she can still [...] The post Getting Real with Ayurveda with…
 
Did you know that 95% of diseases are stress related? Yikes! The good news is that most of our stress is connected to how we perceive and interpret stress and the effects that it has on our body-mind. Listen to this compelling interview with Dr. Divi who is a medical doctor and medical intuitive. We [...] The post Why We Get Sick & How to Heal with…
 
Dr. Eric Grasser is a wealth of information. Trained as a medical doctor as well as having extensive training as a Functional Medicine doctor and Ayurvedic Practitioner, he sees the bigger picture in the realm of holistic healing. We met in India years ago when we were studying with renowned Dr. Vasant Lad in Pune, [...] The post The Epidemic of Au…
 
I was super stoked to have this interview with a woman I truly admire and who was a mentor of mine on my Ayurvedic journey. What I love most about Dr. Claudia Welch is that she is the perfect measure of practical and mystical. With her training in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda and [...] The post Being Light with Dr. Claudia Welch appear…
 
I have a soft spot in my heart for Australians. I lived there in 1997 and have returned a few times to visit and connect with the awesome people and landscape. What a pleasure to sit down and chat with Catherine Plano; International Keynote Speaker and Executive Coach, Leadership Development Professional, Queen of Transformation, a Creative [...] T…
 
I recently had the privilege to teach a workshop at Hemma Yoga in Victoria, BC. Students gathered to learn about specific asana, pranayama, foods and ayurvedic self care specific for the summer time. In ayurveda summer is the pitta time of year when the fire is hot both internally and externally. It’s important to focus [...] The post Summer Ayurve…
 
I can’t remember exactly when Natalie and I met but it was years ago through the yoga community here in Vancouver. I had heard so much about her—students raved about her classes and approach. Natalie is so down to earth and grounded not only in her teachings but also in her daily life. She lives [...] The post Integrating Yoga Into Daily Life with …
 
Lindsey and I have known one another via the Vancouver yoga world for quite some time. Over the years Lindsey has struck me as a woman who is full of integrity, light and happiness. It wasn’t until I got to know her a bit more that I learned she also suffered from anxiety. This was [...] The post Living with Anxiety: Magazine Editor turned Yogi tur…
 
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