hip tranquil chick podcast #22: mindful relationships

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HTC: March 2, 2006 Shownotes

Welcome to the 22nd edition of the Hip Tranquil Chick podcast: a girl’s guide for living a luxe lifestyle on and off the yoga mat. On location at Tranquil Space studio in Washington, DC.

Today’s podcast is an interview on mindful relationships with Carol Collins, topped of with a pose of the podcast, book suggestions, hip tranquil chick chat, and fun podsafe music! View our shownotes at hiptranquilchick.blogspot.com.

Carol loves helping people learn about themselves through yoga. She focuses on mindfulness, encouraging students to reach within themselves to find truth and wholeness in their body and mind. Carol is the Postnatal Yoga coordinator at Tranquil Space where she has been teaching since 2002. She has developed her own style of hands-on “baby and me” yoga classes where parents gather to share common experiences, strengthen and open their bodies, and bond with their babies through “yoga play”. Carol enjoys the graceful way in which vinyasa yoga flows through the asanas, develops stamina, strength and flexibility. Carol earned a black belt in the Korean martial art of Tae Kwon Do in 1994. Yoga is constantly teaching her the balance between competing toward an edge and accepting the grace of the moment. Carol also holds a Master’s degree in Education and is a former school teacher and private math tutor.

Pose of the Podcast: Headstand

Hip Tranquil Chick Suggestions:
Brand new show has come out called lipgloss and laptops. Click here to hear all about it.
Found another fabulous podcast called yogapeeps. Check it out at yogapeeps.com. Watch for Lara’s interview of me on their show mid-March.

everyday blessings
by jon kabat-zinn

if the buddha dated
by charlotte kasl

if the buddha married
by charlotte kasl

Hip Tranquil Chick Chat:
“I am a fiber artist/ teacher/ stay at home mom and I create all kinds of visual and wearable art. I use Merino wool and make floral pins, felted jewelry and beads, and The Artist’s Clutch Bag. I am an extremely creative individual and I have returned to yoga to help me focus on my creative dreams. I wear many hats in my family and I struggle with finding time to take my art to the next level. I want people to enjoy it. Since I’ve discovered you, I listen and practice yoga more. It’s my retreat to my passion of creating art. While doing yoga I calm down and visualize my creative goals. It’s a great start in the right direction. Thank you for being so inspirational to me.”

Closing: Let me help you grow. How can I help support you and your hip tranquil chick path? I hope to add workshops, teleclasses, retreats, online forums, and more so please let me know if you have ideas! Share your thoughts, needs, and suggestions from your hip tranquil chick path with me at Kimberly@tranquilspace.com or in the comments section of hiptranquilchick.blogspot.com. Visit hiptranquilchick.com for online sources of inspiration. Sign up for the tranquiliT times at hiptranquilchick.com. View the latest issue in the archives.

To close out the show, we’re playing podsafe music—by new and independent artists who are sharing their music through podcasting from podsafe music network. Today’s selection is Accusations by Bloodwire. You can learn more about Bloodwire, including how to get their music, at their website and the PMN.

Thanks for joining me for the 22nd edition of the Hip Tranquil Chick podcast. Namaste!

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