April 25, 2019
Richard Moss is an internationally respected leader in the field of inner transformation, subtle body-mind dynamics, and living a path of conscious relationships.
In 1977, Richard was a practicing medical doctor when he experienced a spontaneous spiritual illumination that awakened him to the multi-dimensional nature of human consciousness. This realization profoundly transformed his understanding of the roots of emotional suffering, and inspired him to explore the almost limitless human potential for growth and healing.
Impelled by this opening, he released the practice of medicine to devote his life to mentoring individuals and couples whose lives have brought them to the point where they hunger to explore the mystery of their being. Whether called to his work by their soul’s yearning to awaken and grow, or impelled by a health, career, or relationship crisis, his comprehensive and evolutionary approach to healing and forging loving relationships has transformed the lives of tens of thousands of people.
He is particularly renowned for the innovative, experiential nature of his workshops and longer retreats that offer individuals direct experience of life-changing states of consciousness and provide them with very effective models and practices for on-going personal growth.
He guides seminars and retreats in North and South America, Europe, and Australia, and is available for private mentoring for individuals at his home in Colorado. He has published 7 seminal books on his visionary approach to human evolution which have been translated into 6 languages.
In today's podcast episode...
- "The greatest gift we can give is the purity of our attention." What does this mean?
- How to create conscious loving relationships
- How to dissolve the EGO to connect more to source
- How to live more consistently in the "NOW" to break free of emotional suffering
- How to enter into a feeling as if it were the first time vs. feeling threatened or miserably familiar
- Emotions vs. Feelings.... What's the difference?
- How to approach dream interpretation
You can connect with Richard Moss through his website: https://richardmoss.com/
April 18, 2019
Many types of fungi live in and on the human body, including the genus of yeasts known as Candida.
Candida is typically found in small amounts in the mouth and intestines and on the skin.
At normal levels, the fungus is not problematic & the healthy bacteria in your body keep Candida levels under control. However, if healthy bacteria levels are disrupted or the immune system is compromised, Candida can begin to overproduce.
In today's podcast episode, Ange sits down with Sue from Pandora's Pantry to discuss:
- What is candida overgrowth?
- What are the symptoms?
- What are the causes?
- What to do to get rid of it
- Strategies for prevention
April 11, 2019
Sarah Irwin is a respected and well-known intuitive mentor, healer, and yoga instructor from small town Ontario, Canada. Having her intuitive gifts noticed early in childhood, her abilities to sense earth, human and man-made energies became second nature to her. After disconnecting from her gift as she entered her teen years, it wasn’t until the separation from her husband in 2015 when she began seeking out ways to heal herself from the inside out. Her soul searching and intuition guided her to her first Shamanic training in Massachusetts where at the same time she completed her Yoga Alliance Certified 200hr Yoga Teacher Training. Feeling truly alive and experiencing firsthand the correlation between her own healing and the healing of her family surrounding her, she began her mission; empowering others to become their best, most authentic versions of themselves. In the past year Sarah has spoken at Women's Wild(her) events, lead yoga classes at festivals, and assisted Fire Walk Ceremonies internationally.
Being a witness to her family and friends battles with mental health, and while experiencing PTSD symptoms herself, Sarah has actively taken a role helping end the mental health stigma. She is continuously involved in various events raising awareness for Mental Health and the importance of self-care. If your wanting to catch a yoga class Sarah currently teaches weekly out of Shakti Rhythm Yoga Studio in Kincardine, Ontario.
- How to find your true & authentic self
- Breaking down the mental health stigma
- Working through your sorrow, trauma, shame and anger
- Self sabotage - Why we do it & how to overcome?
- How to escape the comparison trap of comparing yourself to others
- How forgiving yourself can help you become free
- Why we, as women, mother everyone but ourselves
- Sarah's upcoming events
April 4, 2019
Holly Baxter, owner of HB Nutrition & Training Australia is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with a Masters degree in Dietetics and a Bachelors degree in Food Science and Nutrition. She offers both online and in person nutrition and training services for both male and female physique athletes. Her nutrition coaching programs are largely based on flexible dieting, however her passion for cooking and extensive knowledge of foods, gives her exceptional abilities in preparing nutritionally balanced, fully customized meal plans. Holly also specializes in gastrointestinal disorders & food intolerances, i.e. Coeliac Disease & Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Holly has a number of international successes in natural bodybuilding with x2 World championships wins in the Pro INBA Fitness and Sports Model categories, as well as top placing’s in IFBB Figure modeling in Australia. She has a long-standing background in athletics, specifically track sprinting and basketball, which has carried over into her personal interest in functional / HIT training. Holly enjoys working with athletes and individuals who are passionate and have a strong desire for self-improvement. Her approach to nutrition and training are science based yet practical, with a strong emphasis on individualism and tailored coaching programs.
In today's podcast episode:
- Reverse Dieting - Why you should do one and how to implement
- Low Carb High Volume Dieting Strategies
- Food Labels - What to look for
- Protein bars - What makes a good bar
- Does alcohol impede fat loss
- How to overcome difficult challenges
- Strategies to becoming a champion
- Upcoming events where you can find Holly
You can connect with Holly:
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March 28, 2019
A lifelong athlete, Lauren quickly fell in love and found success in the Bikini Division of bodybuilding. She quickly rose to elite status and competed for two years as an IFBB Pro, competing both years at the prestigious Olympia. Lauren’s passion for health and fitness was a driving force behind coaching, however, she recognized a need for change within the industry to promote true and sustainable health for both competitors and lifestyle clients. Lauren believes health is a term comprised of many facets. She measures true health by things that cannot be measured on the scale and her coaching incorporates mind, body and soul. Her philosophy is, “the best diet is the diet you can adhere to. This is about creating a sustainable lifestyle, not a quick fix. The less you restrict yourself and the more you include, the more successful you will be. I love watching clients become so empowered through nutrition that it creates a ripple effect and extends to other areas of their life. Diet is so much more than what we put in our mouths, it’s what we put between our ears too.
In today's podcast episode:
- Lauren's experience at a silent retreat
- “Diet is so much more than what we put in our mouths, it’s what we put between our ears too.” - What does this mean?
- Lauren's healing journey while leaving the competition prep world
- How to have a positive perspective while gaining weight
- How changing your instagram feed can increase self-love
You can connect with Lauren on:
March 21, 2019
Growing up, Johnathan Abbott was a very active & athletic but lacked confidence in himself. Over time, underachieving led Johnathan down a dark path, where he abused his body for many years to cope with feelings of inadequacies.
Then one day Johnathan had a "date" with a beautiful girl that transformed the trajectory of his life forever.
As Johnathan worked hard to change his physical body, he developed a passion for lifting weights. His confidence grew as he began to make healthier choices to support the work he was doing to his body. Johnathan realized there was a symbiotic relationship between the gym, the food he ate and his mindset.
It has been on this journey that Johnathan has strengthened his body, but even more so, his mind. This is the basis of his business Mint Conditioning; where mint refers to the state of excellence we can all achieve and conditioning means not only the physical aspects of training, but the cognitive discipline and diligence it takes to support your overall improvement.
He believes it's a journey where body, mind, heart and soul are interlaced and interactive.
With 15 years of training experience, Johnathan has experience in modalities like powerlifting, powerbuilding, bodybuilding and athletic training. Now he's transition to calisthenics training as a way to move better & live longer.
In today's podcast episode:
- How to improve your mindset so that you FEEL WORTHY and FEEL YOU'RE ENOUGH
- Developing self-awareness…. Finding out who you are
- How to question your behaviours by asking yourself "why” first…. Why do I get angry when this happens?
- Daily habits to create gratitude & mindfulness
- Calisthenics training - The benefits, who its good for & how to get it started
You can connect with Johnathan on INSTAGRAM @johnathanabbott
March 14, 2019
Sohee Lee is the founder and head coach at SoheeFit Systems, LLC. Sohee has been coaching in the virtual realm since 2012, and coaches at her in-person training at her San Diego studio. In addition to formal coaching, she offers multiple online consultation services and is the author of 2017's Eat.Lift.Thrive, along with her multiple e-books. She has a B.A. in Human Biology from Stanford University and an M.S. in Psychology from Arizona State University. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through NSCA and a Certified Sports Nutritionist from the International Society of Sports Nutrition (CISSN). Her methods are evidence-based and her focus is on achieving sustainable results with her clients while allowing them to live their everyday life.
In today's episode:
- How Sohee overcame anorexia & bulimia
- The psychology of eating and how it is more than just "macros"
- How to create a sustainable approach to fat loss with food that you actually enjoy
- How black and white thinking around food can create more challenges
- How to create a successful mindset around food
- The biggest mistakes people make when trying to change their bodies
You can connect with SOHEE on
March 7, 2019
In today's episode, Ange shares her top tips to developing a round, firm and developed butt.
- The most effective exercises
- How to set up your training plan
- What rep ranges work best
- How heavy you should lift to build your booty
- How often to train your glutes
- How to "turn on" your glutes so that they fire effectively
February 28, 2019
Natalie Matthews is a vegan chef, cookbook author, and IFBB Pro! She is passionate about sharing healthy vegan recipes and her personal journey to the stage to inspire people to live an active, healthy, and compassionate lifestyle. She is determined to break the stereotypes that vegans are weak and can't build muscle on a plant-based diet.
In today's episode:
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February 21, 2019
Laurin Conlin started Team LoCoFit with the mission to redefine healthy within the fitness industry. As a competitor within the industry, she saw both a lack of education and quality from many coaches. That is why Team LoCoFit focuses on quality coaching, putting the clients long term interests first and taking an educated, evidence based approach to all matters.
Laurin’s interest of nutrition started from a very disordered place; as she was anorexic for many years growing up. Her interest then shifted to nutrition and performance as a track and field athlete in high school, to then an amateur bodybuilder. She competed for several years as an NPC Figure competitor before making the switch to the Bikini division. In 2014, she won the overall at NPC Nationals in Bikini, earning her professional status. Laurin has competed for several years as an IFBB Bikini pro since.
She attended the Florida State University for her undergraduate degree, pursuing a Bachelors in Exercise Science. She then went on to complete her Masters in Exercise Science from University of South Florida in Dr. Bill Campbell’s lab. Laurin’s Masters research focused on how different dieting strategies effect weight loss and weight regain. Particularly, looking at a ‘flexible’ diet where no foods are excluded versus a meal plan, where foods were excluded. Her research was the first study to directly examine this relationship between these two diets.
Laurin travels to give lectures and seminars on a variety of topics including nutrition, training, psychological aspects of dieting, running a business and more. She hosts two podcasts, Redefine Healthy Radio and The UNglamorous Life. Additionally, Laurin works with several companies within the industry who align with her values and provide the best products and services within their market.
In today's episode
- What first time competitors need to know
- What’s the biggest problem with contest prep coaches in the industry
- Are sweeteners and sugar free products OK during contest prep
- Fasted cardio vs. cardio after a lifting session? What’s better?
- HIIT cardio vs. LISS during a prep? What’s better?
- Does coffee break a fast?
- Which supplements are best for optimal performance during a prep?
- How early in a prep to start a fat burner?
- How low is too low for calories in a prep?
You can connect with Laurin through her website
INSTAGRAM @laurinconlin @teamlocofit