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Susie and Peter are married Masters of Wine (they really should get out more). In this upbeat show they bring wine to life with a smile via interviews, chat, travel, food, tips, gentle bickering, competitive wine-offs and your questions. It’s enough to drive anyone to drink... A top-10 US & UK podcast (Chartable - Apple, Food), recommended in The Daily Telegraph, Evening Standard, Club Oenologique, PodNews and The Drinks Business. Reviews say: 'Laugh-out-loud' (Claire), 'Love these guys (alm ...
 
Hi and welcome to the Movement and Mindfulness Podcast with me – Erica Webb of Erica Webb Yoga & Pilates. In this podcast I, along with my guests, will explore what it means to move as an act of self-kindness and self-discovery. We’ll look at the ways movement, mindfulness and mindset support us to be and do the things we so desire in the world. I truly believe that movement has the ability to expand our capacity to show up for the things that are important to us. And I’m here to help you em ...
 
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We're BACK! We've unearthed the microphones from under all the empty wine bottles, fish and chip wrappers, and slightly damp Speedos, ready to hit the ground running with a fantastic Season 3 line-up. We can't wait to get going, partly because our first episode (coming very soon) is different from anything we've ever done before... So if you like w…
 
What is this 'somatics' you speak of, Erica? I get this question a lot and, honestly, I thought I'd already done an episode on this, but it seems I may have been wrong! So ... let's dive in, shall we? In this episode I talk about what actually makes a movement 'somatic' and the theory behind what's happening when we 'pandiculate' (which is what som…
 
Today on The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast, I'm chatting with my friend, Tara Carroll. Tara, who is a long-time member of The Mindful Movement Virtual Studio, is a stay-at-home-mum to her three year old daughter as well as being a yoga teacher. In our chat, we're talking about navigating challenges and how mindfulness, movement and self-kindness…
 
Hello friends! Today on The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast I'm offering some tips around how to get started with a movement or mindfulness practice in the midst of less-than-ideal circumstances. So often we want to wait for life to feel simpler and less stressful before we add another thing. And, I mean, that is LOGICAL. It makes absolute sense. …
 
Today on The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast I'm welcoming back the wonderful Claire Nettley - Coach, Teacher & Speaker, and the founder of Better Boundaries - to talk all about movement as a spiritual practice. In her work, Claire helps her clients to become more centred in who they really are, so they can show up fully in their lives and relatio…
 
"We tend to think that doing ‘right’ means doing ‘more’ and that isn’t always the case" - The Movement Maestro. Today on The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast, I'm taking inspiration from the above quote. Let's talk about how this shows up in our movement practice, and why we want to be paying attention. In this episode I cover: - why our conscious …
 
In today's episode of The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast I'm chatting with Kelsey Weight - an accredited dietitian who helps people heal their relationship with food using intuitive eating and non-diet approaches to health and wellbeing. In our conversation we talk about: > what it means to heal our relationship with food with intuitive eating an…
 
Have you heard/read that suggestion that 'the yoga pose you avoid is the one you need most?' I sure have. It's a common one. But is it true? That's exactly what I'm breaking down in today's episode of The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast. Tune in to hear: > why it's important to honour how you feel > the ways we avoid certain movements and why they…
 
Resistance. You know that feeling, right? You decided that you want to do more yoga/meditation/walking/whatever and you feel great and motivated ... until you don't. All of a sudden you're like 'I don't feel like it' or 'I don't want to' or 'I have no time'. Resistance. Ooof. Moving through resistance can be one of the kindest things you can do for…
 
Today I am beyond thrilled to introduce my guest, Lisa Petersen to The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast! Lisa is my somatics teacher and someone who has had a profound impact on my life as both a movement teacher and human. In our chat together, Lisa shares: > what somatics is, explores and supports > the value of mixing modalities (and why somatic…
 
The chief examiner for the Master of Wine (MW) tasting exam is a terrifying figure guaranteed to strike fear and despair into the hearts of all aspiring MW students. So we ask him how to pass the exam. And it turns out he’s actually pretty nice, and meditates in his spare time. A lesson to us all… Beyond that, we hear short sharp blasts of top-qual…
 
Ok, so you're looking to move your body more frequently, but the HOW and WHAT is proving elusive. So you look to see what others are doing for inspiration. Some of them swear by getting up at 5am. Some are hard-core believers in 'the plan' (e.g. putting it in the calendar). Others have their own proven method that is guaranteed to work. But are any…
 
Today I'm welcoming Natalia Walker from Inner Creative to The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast to talk all about unlocking our inspiration and the 'doubly smart' approach to setting goals that make us happy. What really excited me about my conversation with Natalia was her approach to goal-setting that centers self-care around the goals themselves,…
 
Goats, amphorae, Whatsapp, wine aged in space, terroir, bats, non-fungible tokens and sexual confusion all crop up as we look beyond the Bordeaux stereotypes in a sponsored episode with the Bordeaux Wine Council (CIVB). Sharing their expert views with us on the latest goings-on in the region are Bordeaux-based writer and critic Jane Anson (author o…
 
Lots of us are used to doing THE MOST or at least believing we have to do THE MOST when it comes to movement and exercise for it to count. And, while I'm all for a focused movement and exercise session, believing that this is the only way can really do us a disservice when it comes to living with less tension and more ease. What I'm talking about t…
 
So happy to welcome Jessica Patching-Bunch back to The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast! Jess joined me back on episode 70 to talk all about stress resilience and today we're picking up the conversation and talking about the internal stress we experience from self-judgement. Self-judgement is a thing. Do you do it? I do. And it can be incredibly st…
 
What even IS a Master of Wine?! How do you become one? Which Jedi powers come with the title? Is it true the pass rate is under 10%? What’s the real cost, not just in financial but also time and emotional fallout? How diverse and inclusive is the MW body? Aren’t the days of ‘the expert’ numbered anyway?! It’s a biggie. So we’re doing this in two pa…
 
If you're anything like me, even as an adult, you often feel like you need 'permission' or validation or confirmation that you're 'doing it right' when it comes to movement and self kindness and self-care. For whatever reason, we have this way of outsourcing the assessment of our capacity to do something (a great example is waiting for the yoga tea…
 
Today Lori Curran of The Humble Nook joins me to talk about motherhood and how it has changed us, challenged us and transformed us (and continues to do so!) In our candid conversation we chat about: > the impact of our own expectations - what we told ourselves we should be doing, feeling and achieving > how feeling scrutinised impacts our experienc…
 
What's the difference between English sparkling wine and champagne? Why bother doing the Master of Wine qualification? What's the story behind Wine Blast, and why is podcasting so suited to wine? If we could be any wine, what would it be? What to do with a wine festival in lockdown? If we could share a glass of wine with anyone, who would that be? …
 
Comparison. It's a trap! Comparison can take multiple forms, but it consistently robs us of: > staying present with what is true for us > moving in the direction of what we want and how we want to feel (rather than striving to catch up with the comparison) > things that have the potential to bring us joy (but we never get started because ... compar…
 
Our story - as told (in slightly roundabout fashion) to Natalie MacLean on her Unreserved Wine Talk podcast. Beans are spilled...apologies issued...we reveal our career low points as well as what wine has done for our relationship (Susie skates on thin ice). Also why Peter makes a bad Santa and what we think of the fancy dress tendencies of your av…
 
Consistency. It's like the thing we aspire to, but that can feel so far out of reach. But, there's a reason consistency is so important ... when we're consistent it means that we're doing something frequently over time. It doesn't mean we do it at 110% every single day, it actually means we've found practical and sustainable ways to make it work in…
 
Selflessness. Is it something you aspire to? It's certainly something we, as a society, have put on a pedestal as something to aspire to. But is there a chance it's actually getting in our way and holding us back? You bet. I've got a fire under me about this one because in one breath we're told to be selfless and in the next we're told to look afte…
 
Um, can you believe it? We're at episode ONE HUNDRED of The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast! That's bonkers-bananas! I ummed and ahhed about how to mark the occasion. I asked my Insta-crew what I should do. The most common suggestion was a 'get to know Erica' episode. I felt weird about that, so I've melded a bit of 'get to know you' with 5 (trans…
 
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is one of the wine world's most dramatic success stories. It went from zero to hero in the 1980s and 1990s, stunning the world with its uniquely extrovert character, and paving the way for an entire nation's wine fortunes to be revolutionised. Some people are a bit snobby about Kiwi Sauvignon - too easy, too obvious, too…
 
In today's episode I have the absolute joy and pleasure of chatting with Rochelle Trudo - a licensed professional massage therapist who has been working with humans and their bodies for 21 years. Over the years, Rochelle developed a desire to understand the deeper meanings behind the pain and illness of not only herself, but also wanting to teach h…
 
We wanted to revisit this (our second ever episode) partly to laugh at our presenting style back then, and also because it's so full of enthusiasm, helpful tips and, most importantly, tales of young people (especially young women) seizing opportunities and forging brilliant careers in wine. And the odd second career too. We're also slightly amazed …
 
What you believe about movement is 100% impacting if and how you show up for it. And ... you might not (yet) even know what those beliefs are. So, that's what we're talking about today! Some of the most common beliefs that tend to stand between us and our yoga/movement practice and how we can move beyond them. It's not unusual to hear ourselves say…
 
How do you fancy getting a name of your choosing on a wine label, benefitting a charity that’s close to your heart…and winning some delicious, unique English wine in the process?! That's exactly what's up for grabs in this episode, in which we discuss our Big English Wine Adventure, chat with superstar UK winemakers Liam Idzikowski (Danbury Ridge) …
 
What is natural podiatry? What's so good about barefoot shoes and why should we care? Well ... today I have Andy Bryant, natural podiatrist, here to answer these questions and more. Andy is a podiatrist with over 20 years experience who is passionate about the barefoot movement and natural footwear. He is a forever student of the Foot Nerd Program …
 
When it comes to fitting in yoga (or any kind of movement or self care practice) it can be one of the last things we try to slot in among everything else. And so ... it’s often the first thing to go when life gets busy. Buuuut, it’s often these very practices that keep us functioning and feeling better in our own skin. So finding a way to make them…
 
You like wine. But you don't have lots of space at home. So what's the best way to go about starting (or improving) your wine collection? Listener Steven from Belfast asked the question, which was our cue to spring into action, doling out handy tips and advice, even doing a mini stock-take of our own at-home collection (with eye-opening results...)…
 
Today, I'm thrilled to Welcome Laura Jean from Dietitian Values to the podcast to talk all about living a values-based life. In this episode we talk about: What values are and how they are different from what we value What it means to 'show up in other people's values' and how this impacts how we show up in our lives How to discover your own values…
 
We've all heard the common yoga class phrase 'listen to your body'. But what does it mean? And is our real issue that we don't know how to listen or that we don't trust what we hear? Hm ... a big question, yeah? Well, get ready for questions because in today's episode we're going to ask a lot of them. This is an episode to get you thinking about th…
 
Sommeliers. SO MANY QUESTIONS! What even IS a sommelier - or a Master Sommelier? What makes a great sommelier? How have sommeliers been affected by the pandemic, when hospitality has been devastated? What's all this about the lack of diversity among sommeliers? What of the very serious scandals that have played out in very public and traumatic fash…
 
Flexibility and yoga go hand in hand, right? Well, yes, perhaps. But today I want to talk about a different kind of flexibility than the kind that leads you to touch your toes. Let's talk about mental flexibility and the reality that our practice (whether it be on the yoga mat or anywhere else) HAS to be flexible enough to respond to our changing n…
 
Oh the weight of the world can feel like it's resting on our shoulders, hey? Shoulder tension is something I think we can all understand and relate to. Whether you find yourself persistently tense or experience it from time to time, it can be a right ol' pain to manage. Today on The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast, I'm sharing some of the reasons …
 
For some people, wine is a pain. Up to 10% of the population suffers adverse reactions from drinking wine - and often sulfites are blamed. But what if, in most cases, the exact opposite were true? That sulfites are actually the unfairly maligned hero of the piece, and there's another culprit to blame? More tantalisingly, what if proper action on th…
 
I don't know about you, but I've definitely SHOULD myself a lot in my life. I've used should as coercion to get on my yoga mat (amongst many other and varied things) and what I've come to realise is that should always makes me feel guilty. It's a terrible motivator because it comes from a mal-aligned place. Annnnd ... so often, our shoulds are BORR…
 
How can a mindfulness and mindful movement practice influence and inspire your creative pursuits? Today, Physiotherapist and creative Christine MacSween is here to share her process and experience with us! Christine is a yoga and movement teacher turned physical therapist who is passionate about pelvic health as a part of whole body/whole person he…
 
What wine goes best with ketchup (or sweet chilli) crisps? What's 'ice cuvée fizz'? How to pair Netflix with wine? How good is Canadian wine, and which are the best ones to buy? Most importantly, how can you win prizes up to the value of CA$400 (or £260)?! It's all here, a small wine universe in a podcast. We're talking to globally renowned wine co…
 
I have a little story for you today. A surprising parallel between the short hiatus I took from posting on social media to our human desire to quit when we feel like we're failing. I took a short break from posting while away for a long weekend with my family. No big thing, right? And yet, all those human thoughts started to bombard me - maybe this…
 
If I told you your tension was keeping you safe, what would you say? I'm guessing you'd be confused, because tension is just a royal pain in the body, right? But the truth is that your tension is a bit like a security blanket - it's providing a sense of stability and safety for your body. This is what we're talking about in today's episode. We cove…
 
Time to spread the wine love! First up, we asked you lovely lot for stories about how and when you first fell in love with wine - so we not only have some brilliant stories to share but also have a WINNER taking away £125-worth of Balfour Winemakers' Collection wines. This is a sponsored episode in partnership with Majestic Wine, so we have some de…
 
In this episode of The Movement and Mindfulness Podcast I'm chatting with Vanessa Hollo - an outreach worker and accessible yoga teacher supporting addiction and mental health recovery. Straight up you need to know that in this episode we talk about substance use and addiction, mental health conditions and trauma. There is also adult language and a…
 
A few years ago, I experienced something that felt like 'self-development burnout'. I was so exhausted by my pursuit of self-development - which included my yoga practice, meditation, reading, mindset work and more - that I essentially threw my hands up and said 'stuff it, I'm done.' Can you relate? If so, I have something to share with you in toda…
 
A wine lover's guide to (relative) sobriety... What DO wine lovers do when we want time off the booze? What's the best lifestyle approach to minimise intake but maximise enjoyment? What are the best wine alternatives out there? Inspired by a question sent in by listener John, in this episode we look beyond wine and explore how to make the most of n…
 
Let's talk about slow. Does that word cause you to squirm in your seat? Or take a deep exhale of relief? Slow movement can be something that SO MANY of us avoid. Why? Because it forces us to pay attention to the things we find difficult or uncomfortable ... AND it flies in the face of an exercise culture that tells us 'harder, better, faster is BET…
 
It's hard not to hang on every word of Mounir Saouma's. He's a Burgundy grower with a difference - someone who's not afraid to go against the grain and challenge the easy stereotypes. He doesn't mince his words, which makes for a provocative listen as we talk climate change, pricing (sample quote: 'It's a disaster!') and the 2019 vintage. He even m…
 
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