Interneuron Inertia: Old Habits Die Hard Podcast
Why are habits so hard to break? How long does it really take to “get better”? How do our thoughts influence our practice? This one-hour podcast is a great way to learn some of the underlying mechanism of habit.
Interview with Dr. Fitness and the Fat Guy on High Heels and Foot Pain
Katy joins the Fat Guy and friend to talk about high heels, exercise shoes, and foot pain. Oh, and that lady at Starbucks who was wearing 5-inchers!
Interview with Natural Moms Talk Radio on Pregnancy and Pain
Katy joins “natural mom” Carrie Willard to talk about daily disciplines to prevent aches and pains in pregnancy and prepare for an easier labor.
DE-FRAG YOUR PHYSIOLOGY BEFORE YOUR NEUROLOGICAL HARD DRIVE CRASHES
What is stress…really? Katy explains the biological definition of stress, what effects stress can have on the “homeostasis” of your physiology, and how constant and continuous stress can create disease and injury.
Katy interviewed on Dr. Fitness and the Fat Guy
Listen to Katy on the Dr. Fitness and the Fat Guy show! Katy joined them for the last 15 minutes of the show and managed to get out some awesome information! Everyone in fitness and health has been on their show at some point — check them out at: http://www.drfitnessandthefatguy.com/
An Hour Interview With Katy on the Pelvis and Psoas
Liz Koch, somatic therapist (view her site at www.coreawareness.com) interviewed Katy Bowman on the relationship between the Pelvis, the Psoas, and the “Bigger Picture” when it comes to the available depths of our well-being.
What does having good balance mean? You can ride a bike, stand on one foot, walk, even run without falling, but is that optimal? Hear Katy talk about balance in ways that you may never have considered before, and how to calibrate your proprioception – or your neurological sense of your body’s position in in space. A strong skill of balance is vital to optimal living, and is so much more than simply not falling!