identity evolution Tag

What goals have you set for yourself? Are you getting the most out of life? According to the yogi tradition, there are simple rules you can follow in order to achieve peak performance in all areas of your life.  But what if you have not set any goals for yourself yet? Are these rules for you? Absolutely. By following these rules you will clear your mind and body, which will enable you to better connect with what it is you want to do, and be, next. Listen to the podcast to learn...

Cate has been running Yogidetox twice a year since 2002, but this spring she decided to take things to the next level by simplifying the whole process. The goal is to make it accessible to a greater number of people. Why? Modern humans are taking in too much. Too much food and too much information. The result has materialized in ever-growing numbers of people suffering from chronic inflammation and the diseases related to it. Are you curious about whether detoxing is a good step for you? There are a few questions...

Are your friends pushing you forward or holding you back? Think about it. How do you feel after hanging out with them? Be honest. If you feel worse than before spending time together, that is a sign that something is amiss with the relationship. But how do you take control of your relationships? Becoming a leader in your relationships can be hard at first, but it is essential if you want to live in alignment with your goals. Your friends do not happen by chance, you actively chose them, and, if...

Glenna has suffered from PTSD since childhood, which manifested in her body as an autoimmune disease, Addison’s Disease. It is a high Vata condition, that leaves you in a near-constant stress response. Glenna has been taking a naturopathic approach to Addison disease/autoimmune, by focusing on Yoga, Ayurveda, and Reiki. Glenna decided to further her wellness career by becoming a member of Yoga Health Coaching and has been achieving results. She struggles, however, with keeping up her productivity and having calendar integrity. Having set her financial goals for the year, the difficulty...

Cate and Andy Stillman have known each other their entire lives. As cousins, they witness each other grow and have successful careers on opposite sides of the spectrum. Cate in the health and wellness space, and Andy in Wall Street. That was, until a few months ago, when Andy decided he needed a change and joined the Yogahealer team. Listen to Cate and Andy talk about how your habits and health investments ultimately compound in a conversation about identity evolution, personal investment and automating your habits for compounding success.   What you’ll get...

What habits are keeping you down and what habits are pushing you forward? Being honest and aware of your habits is the first step to developing better ones. Like in other areas of your life, the emotions behind your habits are key to why you developed them and why you can’t seem to let them go. In this podcast episode Cate compares the work on habits of William James and James Clear, 100 years apart, in order to underline the similarities between them. If you truly want to start changing your...

What is your purpose? And what do you need to change to meet it? Our personalities are constantly evolving, but are you consciously changing to achieve your goals? In this episode, Cate guides you through an identity evolution exercise, in order for you to better understand your past self and reflect on who you want to become next.   What habits does your future self have? Listen to find out more! What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to leave your past self and grow How to define your purpose How to...

Do you remember your first musical experience? Were you forced to learn an instrument as a kid? For most of us, learning to play an instrument was a formal occasion we couldn’t wait to get out of. But that’s because Nate Shaw was not our teacher. With an incredible 30 year long career, which has included playing jazz for the US State Department in Europe and writing music for Oprah, Nate created an innovative way to teach music to both children and adults. Nate believes music to be an universal experience we...

Coaching people who are overwhelmed can be extremely challenging. It tests your empathy, but also how grounded you are. There is a lack of grounded focus when someone is feeling overwhelmed, which is why the first thing you should do is BREATHE. Over the course of this episode, Cate talks to Yoga Health Coaches about her experience working with overwhelmed people, and the root issues that should be addressed. What at first might be perceived as inability to implement Kaizen - small, incremental steps -, could also be an incapacity to...

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