On this episode of the podcast I am sitting down with Miyo Strong aka Utah-Jits-Mama! You guys are in for a treat, this woman is awesome! We talked about everything from how she came back to jiu jitsu after a 15 year break, competition, healthy gym environments, her work with the Elizabeth Smart Foundation, Motherhood and More! Miyo is such an amazing example of strength, empowerment, & fierce femininty! I hope you enjoy! For more about Miyo visit her instagram @utahjitsmama For more about the Elizabeth Smart Foundation/Smart Defense https://www.elizabethsmartfoundation.org/
This episode of the podcast is a little bit different! Today Kate Christofano (head of social media) interviewed Maya Nazareth (Alchemize Founder) about her jiu jitsu journey and why she started this company. In this conversation we talk about: Why Maya started Alchemize How jiu jitsu changed her life Discovering the fierce female inside you Learning how to learn from jiu jitsu The doing bias The future of Alchemize We hope you enjoy!
On this episode, I am sitting down with Jennifer Gay. Jenn is a a black belt instructor at Redline Jiu jitsu and the founder of SheJitsu. A venture that aims to empower women on an off the mat with many trauma-informed courses that help women learn situational awareness, mindfulness techniques to heal trauma, and self-defense. Jenn is also a co-owner of Redline Jiu Jitsu and Green Unicorn Cannabis. In this conversation, we explored: What jiu jitsu has to offer trauma survivors and those that struggle with mental health The balance of work and play Jenn's own story recovering from trauma...
Joint Mobility, Functional Range Conditioning, & Becoming a Healthier Human with Coach Christina Marie
On this episode, I am sitting down with Coach Christina Marie. Christina is a mobility specialist who helps people become the healthiest human and mover they can be . She's also a jiu jitsu brown belt and a huge advocate for strong fierce femininity. I loved this conversation! Christina shared so much wisdom about joint health and mobility. How you continue to move how you want to move for life. That chronic joint pain isn't just a reality of aging or training that we just have to accept. She also shared alot about how she got into mobility work and jiu jitsu! ...