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Did you move today?

Author: Andrea M

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The Did you move today? podcast's mission is to bring movers, doctors, and artists together. Our goal is to promote love for movement, art, and science.

When we think about movement we think about movement inside and outside the body. Why do we do this? Because no matter our race, language, country, and culture we live in a body and because Science and Art cannot be separated.

Did you move today? (english) As-tu bougé aujourd’hui? (french) Já te mexeste hoje? (portuguese) ¿Y vos te moviste ahora? (spanish)

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Born and raised in India, Prasha Sarwate Dutra completed two engineering degrees and later landed a leadership position in manufacturing in Rhode Island, USA. She believes that STEM Needs Women, Women Need STEM and to support that she created a weekly podcast, Her STEM Story.Through one on one interviews with people from around the world, her mission is to close the voice gap in STEM fields. In these conversations, Prasha focuses on pivots, struggles, education, careers, and accomplishments. Her dream is to create a diverse and inclusive world for all minorities in STEM fields.Prasha is passionate about mentoring women in STEM, building supportive communities. She loves to speak at events to inspire women and motivate organizations to support diversity and inclusion efforts.Work with Prasha by emailing her at Follow her on Linkedin @prashasarwate and Twitter @prasha88.--- Send in a voice message: this podcast:
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Travis Pollen is a personal trainer and PhD candidate in Rehabilitation Sciences at Drexel University. His research interests focus on core stability, movement screening, and injury risk assessment in athletes. His work focuses on bridging the gaps between rehabilitation and performance as well as between research and practice.Facebook: Send in a voice message: this podcast:
Jules Mitchell MS, CMT, ERYT500 is a Las Vegas based yoga teacher, educator and massage therapist. Her unique approach incorporates her extensive study in biomechanics with the modern application of yoga asana to help teachers develop their craft and empower them with education. Jules’s methods intend to achieve ease in movement through deliberate loading, thus her teachings integrate numerous modalities, balancing the somatic aspects of yoga with the most current exercise science. She leads workshops and continuing education courses worldwide, providing yoga schools with the most current research in biomechanics. Jules is the author of Yoga Biomechanics: Stretching Redefined, available now through Handspring Publishing. She is also adjunct faculty at Arizona State University where she serves as the yoga consultant on various research studies.  If she’s not teaching workshops at your favorite local studio any time soon, you can access a variety of her programs online. @julesyoga  IG: @julesyogaTwitter julesmitchellyoga--- Send in a voice message: this podcast:
 Anastacia Holden joined The Joffrey Ballet in 2005 following two seasons as an Arpino Apprentice. Born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Ms. Holden was first interested in international folk dance and started ballet at the local YMCA at the age of seven. She began serious study with Judy Rice at the University of Michigan and later continued her training under Prima Ballerina Maniya Barredo in Alpharetta, GA.Since joining the Joffrey, Ms. Holden has enjoyed performing in many ballets including: Cinderella (Spring Fairy); Cloven Kingdom; Don Quixote (Amore); Giselle (Peasant Pas de Deux);The Green Table (the Young Girl); Infra; In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated; La Bayadère (Gamzatti); Maninyas (first Pas de Deux); Night; The Nutcracker (Sugar Plum, Clara); Othello (Bianca); " with my heart;" Swan Lake (Cygnets, Pas de Trois); Tarantella; and Viva Vivaldi. She has originated roles in works by Nicolas Blanc, Donald Byrd, Val Caniparoli, James Kudelka, Jessica Lang, Edwaard Liang, and Stanton Welch, and she has been honored to dance in numerous works by Joffrey co-founders Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino.In 2010, Ms. Holden co-founded the non-profit Embarc, a three-year program that provides community-driven, experienced-based learning opportunities to low-income high school students to inspire and prepare them for college and career success. Her other interests include reading, travelling, cooking and crochet.@anastaciaholden --- Send in a voice message: this podcast:
Katy Lush, the owner of Chicago River North Pilates and Lush Living has been teaching Pilates, GYROTONIC® and Restorative Exercise for the last 20 years. She helps busy women develop a workout routine to achieve their highest fitness potential and reduce pain, by gaining strength, flexibility, and balance.Facebook:Personal-@ktstriebingerCRNP-@crnpilatesLush Living-@lushlivingbykatyIG:Lush Living-@thekatylushWebsite: and www.katylush.comBlog: Send in a voice message: this podcast:
Chicago based trainer, Carrie Collins has worked for over 11 years to redefine the word Flexibility. Using the revolutionary method, Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching, Carrie explains how our muscles interact with each other and the brain to unlock tightness and release tension permanently. Ig: CarrieStretchChiFacebook: StretchChiWebsite: --- Send in a voice message: this podcast:
"Somos Arte: The Creative Movement of El Salvador is a documentary highlighting a contemporary wave of art in El Salvador. The film will shine a light on the stories behind the artists who have pushed various art forms to national prominence. The documentary takes you into the heart of this movement with exciting interviews, behind the scenes footage, and an exclusive look into the lives of these artists. With this project, we hope to showcase an important movement in contemporary Latin American culture, putting El Salvador’s creatives in the spotlight at a pivotal time for the region."Follow them on instagram @somosartedoc and FB Somos Arte - Documentary Thank you Marcela Vega, Jonathan Barrera, and Erick Sanchez. --- Send in a voice message: this podcast:
I grew up in Venezuela and had the opportunity to attend Brown University, two experiences I believe helped shape me into the open minded and curious person I am today. I dove into the world of entrepreneurship in 2017 when I founded S64, a clothing brand made specifically to empower and celebrate petite women (5’4” or under). In addition to being passionate about growing my business, I’m a human rights activist, I lead an active lifestyle, and always make time to nurture my relationships with family and friends. If you are Petite and into fashion you are going to love this! You can follow @s64petite on Instagram/Pinterest or check Send in a voice message: this podcast:
Join Jermaine from Ontrafeed. We talk about commitment,  goals, and kids!? Ontrafeed is a platform that brings entrepreneurs together. Jermaine is from Connecticut originally, learned sales in New York, a hustler, and his family is from Jamaica! Follow him on instagram and FB @ontrafeed  --- Send in a voice message: this podcast:
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