Taking Risks for Inclusivity in Dynamic Dialogue + Interviewing with Kriste Peoples
In today’s episode of the podcast, I sit down with the incredible Kriste Peoples to follow-up on our conversation from the Sounds True Wisdom of the Body Summit. We discuss why it’s time to embrace the wholeness of who we are and how to embody the wild nature that feels like home. She will definitely inspire you as much as she inspired me.
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
- How to go beyond what we know and surpass fear to dismantle our old stories
- Why fearlessness is overrated
- What is rewilding you
- How does Cate do it “all”
- How habit evolution creates collective leadership
- Inclusivity in interviewing
- Interviewing for the Wisdom of the Body Summit
- When an interview doesn’t go well…
Links Mentioned in Episode:
- Kriste’s Website
- Kriste’s Facebook
- Be a coach
- Have a conversation
- Yogahealer VIP Live Events
- Yogahealer Live Experience
- Discover more about Body Thrive
- Apply for Body Thrive
- Join to THE WISDOM OF THE BODY SUMMIT
- 3:25- Inclusivity and exclusivity in mindsets, structures, and ways of speaking
- 12:55- The paradox of needing to be highly analytical of ourselves and goal oriented but also self reassuring that we are already exactly where we need to be.
- 30:30- Why we must take the risk to show up fully as ourselves and how that can benefit the collective.
- 40:50- The meaning and significance of “re-wilding” to embody the feeling of wholeness/okayness.
- 55:55- The importance of taking the risk to verbalize confusion and questions.
- “People come into yoga for superficial reasons, but often what happens on the path to awakening is greater levels of care and concern… where they want to become apart of deeper cultural habit solution.” -Cate
- “I am enough as I am— I don’t need to be striving all the time, I don’t need to be going out doing every single thing.” -Kriste
- “Unless we know who we are, our programming, and our limiting beliefs and incorporated enough reflection, we won’t be able to leverage our history or be as whole as we actually are.” -Cate
- “It’s all going to be okay. It’s okay now, it’s going to be okay later, and it was actually okay yesterday, but we weren’t tuned into the okayness.” -Cate
Kriste Peoples is a speaker, producer, trail running coach, mindfulness meditation practitioner and teacher-in-training. Her work in the field of equity and inclusion in nature combines her passions for deep engagement and facilitating events that connect underrepresented communities to new, empowering narratives of wellness. Connect with Kriste at her website.