Alternative Health Podcasts
The Running On Om (ROO) podcast explores questions of the mind, body, and spirit connection. Julia Hanlon, the creator and host of the podcast, has a passion for the inspirational power of story telling. In ROO podcasts, Julia interviews innovative minds from a wide range of backgrounds— from authors, musicians, athletes, actors, entrepreneurs, yogis, to chefs— Julia believes that everyone has a story worth sharing. Running On Om will spark your imagination and deliver encouragement, insight, and strength in your path to personal growth and transformation. For more information and show notes, visit www.runningonom.com.
By Julia Hanlon
My name is John Gavin and I set up and host the Canning Season blog and podcast to help you get the most from the home canning and food preservation lifestyle. In this community I like to say it's all about celebrating and sharing the abundance. I canned my first item in the summer of 2006. It was bread-and-butter pickles. I still have the ladle that got stained orange by the turmeric! Since then, I've learned a lot and experimented a lot. I also ruined a lot of stuff through the mistakes I made. You'll get to hear all about that and so much more here. Welcome!
By John Gavin: Home Canner by Love, Professional Investor by Necessity, Regular Guy by Default
RadioMD’s “talking” Health A-Z Interviews with experts in the world of health, including world-renowned physicians, authors and celebrities in every area of health, wellness, fitness and medicine. Learn the best ways to stay fit, stay healthy and stay well.
By RadioMD - Health, Wellness and Fitness
This beginners meditation course features a variety of meditation techniques including mantra, meditating with the breath and music, concentration and meditation on a object. Each class includes a discussion topic and a guided meditation exercise. The Meditation Society of Australia (http://meditation.org.au) has no religious, political or financial affiliations, it is a community organisation designed to help people meditate.
By Meditation Society of Australia
Sleep yogi is for people who want to have restorative restful nights sleep, waking up energized and ready for their day. As a teenager I had sleepless nights, laying in bed worrying about what other people thought about me, and regreting what I had done with my day. Now I have restorative sleep almost every night, as a result of yoga, better night time habits and meditation. Other people find their solution with herbs, melatonin, or even habit forming sleeping pills. This rarely works in the long term, as you are taking pills as a quick fix to a problem that has a deeper root cause. I encourage and guide you to look within to find the obstacles to your good nights sleep. Using guided meditation, movement therapy, and other techniques we can release the stress that keeps us awake and enjoy every night with peace. With this restorative sleep, you wake up refreshed, ready to live your life with passion and vitality.
By Travis at SleepYogi.com