Tue, 19 June 2018
Katy Bowman and guests talk about the ways in which movement can be an intrinsic part of grieving, and how we could look at our experience of grief as grief in a sedentary culture. Don Morris talks about the movements involved in deathcare, body preparation, home funerals and burial, and Breanna Trygg of Wild Grief talks about how natural movement, and especially moving in nature, helps teens process bereavement. Plus, Katy answers listener questions on walking well after a shattered patella, and alignment during pregnancy.
Don Morris: www.homefuneralpracticum.com
Breanna Trygg and Wild Grief: www.wildgrief.org
Tue, 5 June 2018
We talk a lot about walkability on this podcast, but what does it really mean? And how does urban design and the built environment shape the way we move, or don’t? Katy Bowman talks walkability with urban planner Samantha Thomas. Plus, we explore the idea of mobility justice with Multicultural Communities for Mobility’s Maria Sipin. And Katy answers listener questions on stretching and preparing for twenty mile walks.
Tue, 22 May 2018
Katy Bowman and Philip Brass, who is a member of the Peepeekisis First Nation in the Treaty Four Territory of Canada, discuss Indigenous food sovereignty, and how moving for food can be the spine of culture. Plus, Katy answers listener questions on swimming as movement, and feet and shoe size.
Tue, 8 May 2018
Hi friends. It’s me, Katy. I am ready for—in the process of, really—a social media prune. Many of you are picking up what I’m putting down on line and I wanted to talk to you about why and how I’m transitioning away from/downsizing my social media even though I’m someone whose business seems to depend on it.
Tue, 24 April 2018
Are you moving the way you want to be moving? In which areas of your body or life have you begun to move better, and in which areas do you still desire to move more? What changes can you make in your life, to meet your needs?
Read more about turbulent flow and high intensity activity in Alignment Matters https://nutritiousmovement.com/product/alignment-matters/
Tue, 10 April 2018
Katy Bowman and Dr. Ihi Heke talk about movement and indigenous approaches to health, including Heke's Maori framework--that our relationship with where we’re born and where we live has implications for our health. This wide-ranging and fascinating conversation also explores non-person-centric approaches to health, and the idea that exercise depends on a cultural context. Dr. Heke explains what it means to be a river person, and how that has shaped how he lives. Plus, Katy answers listener questions on running, minimal shoes, and plantar fasciitis, and swimming and alignment.
Dr Ihi Heke’s mobile Wananga: https://www.facebook.com/TheMobileWananga/
More about Dr Ihi Heke: https://www.arawanation.com/ihi
Tue, 27 March 2018
Katy Bowman and Ben Pobjoy on how moving your body can also move your community.
@BenPobjoy on Instagram
@DemocraticExercise on Instagram
Katy’s live events: https://nutritiousmovement.pike13.com/categories/64332
The vocal coach Katy mentions:
Tue, 13 March 2018
Katy Bowman and two teachers from Olympic Nature Experience talk about how to get more nature—and more wonder—into your life.
Raven and Crow is from the Wilderbeats album “Live in Concert,” available at wilderbeats.com. The song is by Ashley Moffat, who now performs solo. Her website is http://ashleymoffat.com instagram.com/lilmissmoffat/
The Tamarack Song is by Joyce Saunders from the Wilderbeats album “Live in Concert,” available at http://www.wilderbeats.com/home/
You can also find Joyce on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/136158439755123/about/
Olympic Nature Experience: https://www.olympicnatureexperience.org
Katy’s live events in Canada and Europe: https://nutritiousmovement.pike13.com/categories/64332
Tue, 27 February 2018
Katy Bowman and Gail Tully on why a baby moving through a pelvis has almost nothing in common with a couch moving through a stairwell, a watermelon moving through a nostril, or a basketball moving through a hoop.
Find more Katy Bowman at https://nutritiousmovement.com
Find more about the Dynamic Collective at https://nutritiousmovement.com/podcasts/#podcast-sponsors
Find more about Gail Tully at https://spinningbabies.com
In this episode’s mailbag: Is walking “falling forward”? Does it have to be? And should I train for a long hike using poles, or not? Podcast interview with woman paralyzed from hips down, mentioned in the mailbag: https://mightyblueontheat.com/episode-8-stacey-kozel-ironwill/
Dynamic Aging podcast episode: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/monkeyhead-freelance/katy-says/e/49501354?autoplay=true
Pelvic Floor blog entries: https://nutritiousmovement.com/tag/pelvic-floor-disorder/
Wilderness Moves event: https://nutritiousmovement.pike13.com/courses/165238
Dynamic Aging retreat at 1440: https://nutritiousmovement.pike13.com/courses/156115
Tue, 13 February 2018
Wild food forager Sam Thayer talks with Katy Bowman about how he began foraging out of necessity, but now his body craves the nutrition—and nutritious movement—he only gets from foraging. Plus, he runs us through the physical work involved in making maple syrup and harvesting wild rice. Mileage for those who want to listen on the go: This podcast clocks in at around 75 minutes… so head out for a six-miler and let Katy and Sam keep you company.
Sam Thayer: https://www.foragersharvest.com
Billy Joe Tatum’s cookbook: https://www.amazon.com/Billy-Tatums-Foods-Field-Cookbook/dp/0911104771