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I'm back from the mountains just in time to release this amazing and very special Friday episode featuring Nicole Tsong.
Nicole is an amazing woman and a kindred spirit, she came on to chat with me about her latest book, 24 Ways to Move More, being released on October 1st.
In this interview we discuss what it means to find the joy in movement, the comfort in being new at something, and the perseverance it takes to show up and try new things, again and again.
She also shares some amazing and fun ways to become inspired by movement, and to have fun in your body, no matter if you are a long time fitness aficionado, or a new beginner.
Nicole is a fitness expert and yoga teacher based in Seattle, who for six years wrote the popular Fit for Life column in The Seattle Times, published in Pacific NW Magazine. Nicole is the author of Yoga for Hikers and Yoga for Climbers with Mountaineers Books, and has taught yoga for more than a decade, including for three years at the White House Easter Egg Roll. She previously served as Chair of the Board of Directors for Seattle-based nonprofit, Yoga Behind Bars, and was an award-winning journalist for The Seattle Times and the Anchorage Daily News.
Nicole lives in Seattle, where she runs a work/life balance coaching business, helping high-achieving women of color find their calling and know why they are here, and stop living life according to other people's rules. In her spare time, you'll find her in the mountains with her pup Coco, or lovingly tending her houseplants.
If you are stuck in a rut with your own movement routine, this episode may shift you into a place of curiosity and exploration to try something different!
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