One Marathon in 1967 set Kathrine Switzer on the path that would direct the rest of her life. The first woman to enter and compete in the Boston Marathon was quite literally attacked by a race official who tried to pull off her bib number while she was running and who later had her disqualified. She then became an advocate for all women athletes when in 1972 women were allowed into the Boston Marathon and later the marathon for women was added to the Olympic Event Calendar in 1984. Come on in and listen to this short interview with Kathrine Switzer (She is a busy lady and we are so honored to have her here!) and learn how you too can be FEARLESS!
Keep Moving! Not only is that the title of Maggie Downie’s new book, it is the words she lives by and teaches. She is an expert on body movement and especially movement that can alleviate pain. Come on in to the LLS Podcast interview and learn how the “No Pain, No Gain” movement has hurt us as a culture. Learn the difference between your superficial muscles and your stabilizer muscles (super important to know the difference ladies - and I had no idea before this interview). You will learn that the best movement is what speaks to you and is fun, but you will also learn some great tips that you can start doing today to alleviate pain in your body. Maggie’s website, personaleuphoria.com has an amazing blog for you to check out as well as resources to her social media pages and her new book, Keep Moving! Don’t wait to start feeling better…listen now!
Gray IS The New Blonde! While you can find this as Victoria Marie’s new website and all of her social media AND in t-shirt/tank-top/hoodie form - the most exciting part of this is the “Gray is the New Blonde” documentary coming out this March! More and more women are embracing their gray or celebrating their silver (whichever resonates more with you) and while not all women are taking this track (you do you), Victoria is here to support and empower those who are ready to make that transition. This documentary has been several years in the making supported by friends old and new, along with the literal blood, sweat, and tears needed to make such a historic film. I’ve made the switch to gray and love it! Will you? Listen in and tell me what you think! #GrayIsTheNewBlonde
Shamangelic Healing - it sounds beautiful and I love the word “healing” - It’s my word for 2019 - but what is a Shaman? What is Angel Healing? And how does Anahata Ananda combine them both into a tapestry of loving, compassionate, safe-space healing? Don’t worry - we’ve got you covered in this LLS Podcast episode! Anahata has spent the last two decades helping others on their healing journey’s and she shares so much deep wisdom (and lots of fun and laughter), as well as some super awesome FREEBIES just for our Lemonader’s. Listen in, enjoy the beauty and knowledge that defines Anahata Ananda. Click here for Anahata's Freebies! http://shamangelic.pages.