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Women's empowerment is near and dear to my heart (I used to teach women's studies and feminist theory), and I can't think of a better person to discuss this with than my friend, Patricia V. Hayes.We talk about the importance of asking lots of questions, calling out what seems unfair, and getting what you deserve in your life and career. If you struggle with imposter syndrome and self-advocacy (yes, Pilates teachers, I'm looking at you), this episode is for you!Patricia V. Hayes, J.D., is a licensed attorney who serves as an executive advisor, career empowerment coach and authentic networking strategist. She guides professionals and entrepreneurs to take empowered action to build sustainable authentic networks and professional relationships as they up level their careers and achieve their professional goals.   She is the owner of PVH Consulting Group, LLC, a strategy consulting and leadership development firm. Previously, she has served in senior leadership roles at the local, regional and state levels, including being a senior advisor to a State Senator, Lieutenant Governor, Commissioner of Education and University System Chancellor. She served as the first African American and female Vice Chancellor at the Texas State University System. A passionate advocate and community leader, Patricia is committed to issues affecting education, child abuse awareness/prevention, workforce development and women’s empowerment. She has served on numerous community boards and committees. In January 2022, she was elected President of Launch Pad Job Club of Austin, a networking, support, and job lead sharing organization that aids and supports professionals in their job search. She continues to serve in the community as a Board member of the Catholic Charities of Central Texas, Austin Artists Project, on the Impact Austin Strategic Advisory Council and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee of the Girl Scouts of Central Texas.She is a graduate of Pepperdine University School of Law and the University of Texas at Austin. She is married and proud mom of two.Connect with Patricia:Website - https://patriciavhayes.comFB - https://www.facebook.com/pvhayes/IG - https://www.instagram.com/pvalhay/LI - https://www.linkedin.com/in/patriciavhayes/YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0tofQDJJJiIw-aMEStmXfgOffers - https://linktr.ee/pvalhayMusic by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
Today I explore the good, bad, and ugly in the world of Pilates teacher training.Learn more about brand-specific trainings, online only trainings, and why a comprehensive full-system Pilates training is your best bet for setting yourself up to be as adaptable and marketable as possible.If you teach Pilates, or want to, you'll leave this episode knowing what to look for in your training and why it's important.If you're a Pilates client, you'll leave this episode knowing what to look for and ask about in your Pilates teacher(s).Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
Welcome back for Part 2 of my discussion with Dr. Sam Slattery, author of The Body Cooperative. Hubby & I have know Dr. Sam fr over a decade. He was a big part of our medical team when we lived in Turks & Caicos, and has always been a science-based, no nonsense, and very caring kind of guy.We continue our talk about the essential elements of human health, weight, nutrition, exercise, stress, and sleep. In this episode, we talk a bit more about exercise, the problems with sugar, how we've been lied to about health and wellness, and why our gut biome is so important.I think you'll find that his approach makes a lot of sense, and is easy to implement.Buy the Book - https://amzn.to/3SrKAU1Giveaway! Dr. Sam is giving away 10 paperback copies of his book. Here's how to enter:1. Read The Body Cooperative on Kindle and leave a review on Amazon2. Email a copy of your review (link or screenshot) and your amazon identifier to drsam@thebodycooperative.orgGood luck! Website: https://www.thebodycooperative.org/Instagram: https://instagram.com/dr_sam_gi Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sam-slattery-b6904011/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrSamslifestyle/Bio:Dr. Sam Slattery is a highly respected and trusted physician with over 40 years experience on the front line of medical care. A practical and pragmatic doctor, he is recognized for translating his extensive knowledge into a caring and empathetic approach to helping individuals achieve their best health.Trained in medicine and surgery at St Thomas’s Hospital, London, qualifying in 1984, Dr. Sam has a fundamental belief that all things are connected and that the human body must be viewed form the perspective of an ecosystem, a collective rather than separate parts and systems. The result of this line of thinking made him one of the earlier proponents of the biopsychosocial medical model.His approach is supported by the science of psychoneuroimmunology, and his knowledge of immunology, neurology and psychology is extensive. These disciplines are all connected in the gut and through the gut-brain access. His new book, The Body Cooperative presents a novel and ground breaking approach to managing health.Most recently he has been working in the NHS as an Associate Specialist in Gastroenterology with a specific interest in functional bowel disorders including functional chest pain and globus.Not only has he had an interesting career in medicine working across a broad range of specialities and championing functional and wholistic approaches to the care of patients, but he is also an experienced large and small boat sailor and pilot flying many different aircraft including jets and gliders. In addition to his medical degree, he holds Masters degrees in Aviation Safety Systems and Human Factors, and Gastroenterology and Nutrition. Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
My guest this week is Dr. Sam Slattery, author of The Body Cooperative. Hubby & I have know Dr. Sam for over a decade. He was a big part of our medical team when we lived in Turks & Caicos, and has always been a science-based, no nonsense, and very caring kind of guy.We talk about the essential elements of human health, weight, nutrition, exercise, stress, and sleep. In Part 2, we talk a bit more about the problems with sugar, and why our gut biome is so important.I think you'll find that his approach makes a lot of sense, and is easy to implement.Buy the Book - https://amzn.to/3SrKAU1Giveaway!Dr. Sam is giving away 10 paperback copies of his book. Here's how to enter:1. Read The Body Cooperative on Kindle and leave a review on Amazon2. Email a copy of your review (link or screenshot) and your amazon identifier to drsam@thebodycooperative.orgGood luck!Website: https://www.thebodycooperative.org/Instagram: https://instagram.com/dr_sam_gi  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sam-slattery-b6904011/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrSamslifestyle/Bio:Dr. Sam Slattery is a highly respected and trusted physician with over 40 years experience on the front line of medical care. A practical and pragmatic doctor, he is recognized for translating his extensive knowledge into a caring and empathetic approach to helping individuals achieve their best health.Trained in medicine and surgery at St Thomas’s Hospital, London, qualifying in 1984, Dr. Sam has a fundamental belief that all things are connected and that the human body must be viewed form the perspective of an ecosystem, a collective rather than separate parts and systems. The result of this line of thinking made him one of the earlier proponents of the   medical model.His approach is supported by the science of psychoneuroimmunology, and his knowledge of immunology, neurology and psychology is extensive. These disciplines are all connected in the gut and through the gut-brain access. His new book, The Body Cooperative presents a novel and ground breaking approach to managing health.Most recently he has been working in the NHS as an Associate Specialist in Gastroenterology with a specific interest in functional bowel disorders including functional chest pain and globus.Not only has he had an interesting career in medicine working across a broad range of specialities and championing functional and wholistic approaches to the care of patients, but he is also an experienced large and small boat sailor and pilot flying many different aircraft including jets and gliders. In addition to his medical degree, he holds Masters degrees in Aviation Safety Systems and Human Factors, and Gastroenterology and Nutrition. Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
Catching up with my dear friend Sunni Almond, founder of Going More Joe®, is always a treat! I've taught Sunni, taught with and for Sunni, and always find her to be funny, refreshing, and very real.Sunni has been teaching Pilates for over 20 years, and she stays a student studying with the most gifted and solidly trained classical Pilates teachers. She created Going More Joe®, an educational resource for Pilates teachers on FB, and she holds educational workshops to share the Pilates wealth.Sunni loves and rescues giant breed dogs, she has 3 grandkids that own her heart, and has a passion for painting on anything from walls (murals) to furniture (decorative stuff), and yes, canvases also. She's done everything from actress/dancer & mime to stand-up comedy, was on the Executive Board of Wishes For Children for 11 years, and survived Save Your Life Sundays (what she called skydiving with her husband a long while back).Sunni is currently a Mentor with Master Pilates Teacher Clare Dunphy's Elevate program.***If you'd like a free copy of Sunni's little manual, The Nuts & Bolts of Classical Pilates, just shoot her an email at studio_s@icloud.com mentioning this podcast, and she'll send you a link!***Website: http://studiospilatessatx.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/goingmorejoe/FB:  https://www.facebook.com/Studio.S.PilatesGoing MoreJoe: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1792905517613761Twitter: https://twitter.com/SunniPilatesElevate Program: http://progressivebodyworksinc.com/education/elevateMusic by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
I love to talk with other fitness and wellness professionals who also help women who are going through menopause, and my friend Wendy Kleinke is one of those people.This conversation that we had last year is so full of fabulous information, that I'm sharing with you again here on the podcast.We're talking all things menopause - exercise, recovery, nutrition, mindset, hormones - including a discussion about supplements and when they might be useful.Love Wendy like I do? Reach out to her at wendy@thekleinkecoachingcompany.comMusic by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
Over the past decade, too many talented teachers in the Pilates industry have stopped teaching because of burn-out, debilitating stress, imposter syndrome, and lack of confidence. Luckily, there are Pilates teachers like Tania Huddart, who are committed to helping Pilates teachers find their unique voice within our industry so we can keep helping people to make positive changes in their lives through movement.Tania is the author of Teach Pilates with Confidence (which is available on Kindle Unlimited and in paperback - https://amzn.to/3RNTGKI) and the force behind the Teach Pilates with Confidence monthly membership program. She owns Hearts & Bones Pilates in New Zealand, and is a beacon of light in our often dark industry. Just our discussion about Core Values will help you move forward!Download Tania's Free Teach Pilates with Confidence Starter Kit:Having confidence in yourself will help your clients have confidence in you too. Confidence is a skill you can learn, and need to practice until it becomes a part of you. You also need to get clear on why you teach Pilates.https://heartsandbones.thinkific.com/courses/teach-pilates-with-confidence-starter-kitMore about Tania Huddart:Website: https://www.heartsandbones.co.nzYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGo1MrdSVKxX8sNmwQWP7AwFacebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HeartsandBonesPilatesFacebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/teachingmovementwithconfidenceLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tania-huddart/Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
So many people seek out Pilates to help with lower back pain.***Make sure you see a medical professional to make sure you are cleared to exercise! If you're not sure why your back hurts, don't expect your Pilates teacher to figure that out. It's not in our scope of practice.***I outline spine anatomy, review the abdominal muscles and what they do, discuss some common causes of lower back pain, why "tech neck" and sitting can lead to lower back pain, and explain the basics of feeling your best supported spine position.As Romana Kryzanowska (student of Joe Pilates) used to say, "Bad back, keep flat!"Resources:Pelvic Stability - https://youtu.be/bHHhT_nSdbkPre-Pilates for Lower Back Pain - https://youtu.be/ky33IcVtYEUDaily Core Series - https://youtu.be/xHxPn9b9gIsMusic by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
This episode is so full of actionable, effective advice for Pilates teachers!I've known Alison Marsh from Pregnancy Pilates Impact for about 20 years, and we have never met in real life. In fact, this was our first conversation where we actually saw each other!Whether you want learn more about teaching pre and post-natal clients (listen for some great advice on how to help your post-natal clients stop leaking urine when they sneeze), or about money, mindset, and setting up a Pilates business that you love, we cover it in this episode.And yes, we dive into the neutral spine and neutral pelvis discussion.Resources:The Perinatal Pilates IMPACTER Teaching Camp -https://www.pregnancypilatesimpact.com/ppi-campPilates Profit-Boosting Formula https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gEAo8uNpvZuw6RKKT0Rn0I2H7MNou6e96Tfu50tC1rw/edit?usp=sharingHow to Keep Perinatal Clients SAFEhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1yYFLgSOtXyKQwH0pK2fQ9swtZ0J3blF6OFRrzliC8mo/edit?usp=sharingThe Pregnancy Pilates Impact Academy Interest Listhttps://www.pregnancypilatesimpact.com/PPIA2020Find Alison on Social Media:Instagram: @Pregnancy.Pilates.Impact https://www.instagram.com/pregnancy.pilates.impact/Vimeo Video: https://vimeo.com/pregnancypilatesimpactFB: https://www.facebook.com/PregnancyPilatesImpact/Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
So many Fitness trainers, Pilates teachers, and yoga teachers believe that we need to do new and varied movements all the time.In fact, I've heard people complain about the basics, calling them boring and questioning their use and effectiveness.I'm a big believer in the power of basic exercises that strengthen us for the things we need to do in our every day lives.Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
You may notice that I have very distinct opinions about how to teach Pilates, and especially regarding language and cues.The three cues I outline in this episode are useless, confusing, and ultimately can harm your clients. Stay away!If you're a Pilates client, avoid teachers who consistently use these cues no matter how you are feeling.Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
There are several considerations when you're choosing a Pilates teacher, and most of them start with you!In this episode I outline the major questions you need to answer for yourself about why you're seeking out Pilates, and how to know if your Pilates teacher is the best one for you!After all, a first session is like a blind date, except you're paying for the service.Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
I'm super excited about this interview! I've known Allan Menezes for about 30 years, and had clients who had great outcomes after working with him while they were working in Australia.[Note that my audio has some echo. It's just when I speak. I apologize for that, and will fix it before my next interview.]We talk about all the things - how a rugby injury led Allan to Pilates with Alan Herdman in London, opening the first studio in Australia, being a founding member of the PhysicalMind Institute, his experiences with Sean Gallagher during the trademark lawsuit, the dangers of neutral spine, and some new apparatus that Allan developed during pandemic isolation. We also discuss his new online Reformer course!If you already have a comprehensive or reformer Pilates certification, you can use code MPRef050 to save 50% (proof of existing certification required) on this Reformer cec course. This exclusive half-price discount (he mentions 10% in the podcast) is just for The Pilates Goddess Podcast listeners!Pilates Reformer L1 Online Training Course - https://pilates.samcart.com/products/menezes-pilates-reformer-level-1/Download Allan's Lunge PDF - https://pilates.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/allanslunge-1.pdfMore about Allan & the Menezes Pilates Method - https://pilates.net/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pilatesinstitute/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/menezes-method/Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
With osteoporosis being a health crisis in the US, and falls & fractures being a leading cause of death, we need to know all we can about bone health.No matter what else you do for your bones, exercise is the one must-do! It will help all other treatments work better.In this episode I review exercise modifications for osteoporosis, along with common treatments and nutrition concerns.Email me if you have questionsJoin the Exercise for Bone Health community on RevelJoin my donation-based 6-month Wellness for All course, Exercise for Bone Health, Strength, & Mobility (3 recordings are available now)Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
Have you heard about niche marketing? About the importance of picking an Ideal Client Avatar?Do you struggle with this, because you know Pilates is good for everybody and you want to reach the largest number of potential clients?In this episode I explain what a niche is, and why you need one!Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
According to the NY Times, "Falls are the second leading cause of unintentional injury deaths worldwide". While we can talk about exercise in terms of cardio, strength, and endurance, I find it much more useful to talk to my clients about function.In this episode I break down the basic skills you need to be able to enjoy a long life, and what exercises help with this. Fall prevention is a skill!If you'd like to learn more about my approach, check out the following links -30 minute classes on RevelStrong Bones Pilates StudioOnline Private TrainingMusic by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
Pilates Teachers - If you are working way too many hours for way too little money, you're not alone. But it doesn't have to be that way!I outline some things to think about that can help you make more money in less time.I'd love your pre-launch feedback on my new Pilates Teacher Mastermind® Membership - Join the waitlist here - https://www.subkit.com/pilatesteachermastermindIf you enjoy my content, please consider supporting me with a donation at https://ko-fi.com/lyndalippinpilates - Thank you!Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
I talk to so many potential clients who love simple and effective workouts, and steer clear of Pilates. Most recently, someone told me that she went to a studio and left feeling like Pilates had to involve equipment and was way too technical, so she's rather not do Pilates.Yet, she loves my work and approach, which are distinctly Pilates.Joe Pilates developed his work to be easy to do and teach! Yes, he was an inventor and came up with all kinds of awesome gizmos, but none of them are required, and most can be mimicked inexpensively (see episode 3).Check out a simple Strong Bones Pilates class online - https://lyndalippin.com/strong-bones-online-pilates-studioCheck out Exercise for Bone Health, Strength, & Mobility - https://bit.ly/LyndaLippinCourse$5 Strong Bones online classes at Revel - https://fitlynda.com/revel(There's some cursing, so be careful around other people.)Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
Pilates is at a crossroads (as is all fitness right now), and we need to decide whether to look ahead and move forward, or focus on the past.I've been working with Joan Breibart for over 30 years, since I became a founding member of the Institute for the Pilates Method in 1991. Joan is a force, and was the first person Sean Gallagher sued in the infamous trademark lawsuit.She has a lot to say about where Pilates has been and where it's going, and whether or not you agree, I think you'll find our conversation interesting. More About Joan:Grandmother, Inventor, Author & Visionary with 10 US Patents; Responsible for making Pilates a household name; Wellness industry disruptor; Creator of 80Bites. Joan Breibart, Founder of the PhysicalMind Institute, started the Pilates boom in 1991 when she organized The Institute for the Pilates Method which introduced the first Pilates certification program; the first Pilates Matwork video, “Working out the Pilates Way”;  and the first Pilates encyclopedias on the Exercise for the MAT and Reformer....See more about Joan and her inventions at The PhysicalMind Institutehttps://physicalmindinstitute.comClick here to read the Pilates trademark reversal decision at Harvard Law.https://h2o.law.harvard.edu/cases/4808Music by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
Pilates, in fact, does not require equipment!Listen for some Pilates history, what the equipment does, and how you can mimic the studio equipment at home for under $200 total.A montage of Joe Pilates - https://youtu.be/nQnLYoUHzpsJoe teaching an outdoor class at Jacob's Pillow - https://youtu.be/o0L0VmaeU-MJoe introducing the Universal Reformer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_lAdlFmcVkFoam Roller - https://amzn.to/3BBJCixMagic Circle - https://amzn.to/3zu5olDTubing - https://amzn.to/3zkZDqkTye4 - https://amzn.to/3Qf5swxWeights - https://amzn.to/3zSlEOPMat - https://amzn.to/3vC5lmVMusic by Nerd SaladLove the podcast? Please review on Apple and help support my work on Ko-Fi.Thank you!
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