Katie Coldrick 'Infectious Enthusiasm'

In this episode I sat down with the wonderful Katie Coldrick.

Katie is a Yoga teacher, an amazing creative soul and fabulous chef. She offers Immersive Outdoor Experiences, including Surfing, Climbing, Yoga and yummy food. She also makes beautiful Pottery and runs creative workshops for individuals.

It was an absolute pleasure chatting to Katie, she certainly exudes infectious enthusiasm and I hope you enjoy listening:-)

In the episode we chat about;

-Her interest and passion in Outdoor activities

-Her physical experiences in her childhood and school

-How her Outdoor experiences inform her Yoga

-Nature and the concept of Interdependence and non separation

-Repatterining Habitual responses

-Leaning into resistance

-Eating delicious food made with love

-The importance of imitation allowing space for intuition

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Sarah Doyle 'Compassion and Care'

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In this episode I sat down with Sarah Doyle.  Sarah is a life coach based in Dublin and we talked about a lot.  it was a real pleasure to chat with Sarah about work and life, she was extremely generous with her time and thoughts.  

In this episode we discuss;

-What life coaching is

-How her career as a life coach has evolved and changed

-Self Compassion, how we cannot control everything

-Miscarriage and loss

-Allowing uncomfortable feelings

-Setting boundaries and self care for carers

-Becoming a mother

-Self employment and what it takes

-Facing setbacks

You can find out more about Sarah at http://www.thebetterlifeproject.ie/

Links:

Books: Brene Brown, ‘The gifts of Imperfection’

Marie Forleo

Sheryl Sandberg, ‘Option B’

Kristin Neff, ‘Self Compassion’


Eithne Kennedy 'Inner Wisdom'

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Eithne and I first met through the Yoga community in Dublin. I was immediately drawn to Eithne, her sense of calm, ease in herself, warmth and genuine friendliness. She is a very seasoned teacher and kinesiologist. i enjoyed this chat a lot, and after we stopped recording, we spent about another hour chatting!

In this episode Eithne and I chat about;

-Her work as a Kinesiologist

-Uncomfortable feelings in the body or mind as information

-Acceptance in processes and steadiness with feelings that arise

-Her first impressions of Yoga and journey to teaching

-Using Yoga as a refuge

-Her decision to leave her former career

-Finding connection to ourselves, not just through work

-Social media skewing our perspectives of life choices

-How can we be of service?

-How do you anything is how you do everything

-Facilitating some process where we are a bit easier on ourselves

Links:

http://eithnekennedy.ie/yoga.html

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Eithne-Kennedy-Kinesiology-Yoga

Books Mentioned:

Anatomy of the Spirit- Caroline Myss