Today’s menu features a must-have pose in On the Mat, an insightful interview with Kate Vickers on Bountiful Living in Off the Mat, and we’ve got Omwork and Savvy Sources for you too. View our shownotes at hiptranquilchick.com/blog.
On the Mat: Knees, Chest, Chin
Off the Mat: Today’s podcast is on bountiful living with Kate Vickers.
So go, look in a mirror, bountiful living means you, you in all your splendor, your loving, your feeling, your insights and your confusion, the complexity and simplicity that makes you, is all that is bountiful. Look no further, you are the wealth of the world. Experience that, and your will experience bountiful living. – Kabir, Vision MagazineKate is a Certified Holistic Health Counselor with the America Association of Drugless Practitioners, and Certified Experienced Yoga Instructor, and Licensed Massage Therapist. Kate’s mission is to inspire people to take control of their health by creating healthy new relationships and habits with food and balanced living.
Kate Vickers has been actively involved in the healing arts for the past 10 years. She began her journey and education with her own health. Searching to find natural remedies for her hypoglycemia, migraine headaches, and intestinal problems led her to yoga, meditation, organic healing foods, massage, and other natural healing methods.
After receiving her BA in Dance and Movement therapy and dancing with a dance company in Northern California, she moved to Arizona and got her other degree in Occupational Therapy and worked at an acute rehab hospital. During her time in Arizona, she immersed herself into yoga and healthy eating in order to heal herself from her own health issues.
Upon moving to Virginia, Kate decided to leave the Occupational Therapy world and continue to immerse herself into other healing arts. Kate finished up her yoga teacher training program, went to massage school, and then graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
She now uses all of her healing tools and knowledge when working with others to help her clients cultivate life they were meant to live…full of vitality, energy, health, wellness, and bliss!
Omwork: To encourage a sense of diving deeper into today’s podcast, I will post Omwork relating to this segment on our HTC forum. Please connect with fellow HTCs there and play with the following:
1. What does living a bountiful life mean to you?
2. What small steps can you take today to lead a more bountiful life?
2 C almond butter
1/4 C raw cacao powder
1/2 C + 2 T agave nectar
1 heaping T coconut butter
2 t vanilla extract
1 t course Himalayan sea salt
Mix all ingredients well in a large bowl, make sure to taste in case you need to add more agave or cacao powder. Spoon mixture into little candy molds or line a square baking pan with parchment paper and spread the fudge evenly. Cover and place in freezer to chill. If using the pan, remove from the freezer after an hour or so, flip onto a flat surface and cut into squares.
Store in a container in the freezer.
This recipe is from Sarma Melngailis at Pure Food and Wine. check out oneluckyduck.com
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To close out the show, we’re playing podsafe music by Luke Hoersten. Today’s selection is The Only Living Boy in New York (an old Simon and Garfunkel song you may recognize from the Garden State soundtrack). You can learn more this week's featured artist, including how to get more of his music at Luke's MySpace page and his open source music page at openradix.org.
Thanks for joining me for the 91st edition of the HTC podcast. Here’s to bountiful living! Namaste.
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