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Beat Fat Get Fit

Beat Fat Get Fit

Ready to Beat Fat and Get Fit? It’s time to feel beautiful all over with the Go WOW 30 Day Challenge!   Listen to the recording or view the testimonials then start the program. Learn about the amazing results obtained when you actually teach your body to burn its own stores of fat, change your…

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Women Sports Film Fest

Women Sports Film Fest

Subscribe here via iTunes, Stitcher, RSS or more! Sponsored by Listen to Active After 35 Thrive to 105 episodes on iTunes or your favorite RSS Feed Jennie Matt is the Executive Producer of the Women Sports Film Festival and an accomplished athlete in her own right. Equally successful as an entrepreneur, Jennie talks with Stephanie about her…

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Community Awakener Brandi Mack

Community Awakener Brandi Mack

“I am not a teacher, I am an awakener”* with Brandi Mack Brandi Mack is a holistic health educator, therapeutic massage therapist, birth consultant, master gardener and permaculture designer. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Human Service Management, and a permaculture certification from Starhawk’s Earth Activist Training. Brandi is motivated to work in community, particularly…

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Uphill in Both Directions with Nancy Phelps, Mountain Woman

Uphill in Both Directions with Nancy Phelps, Mountain Woman

With Nancy Phelps Subscribe here via iTunes, Stitcher, RSS or more! Sponsored by Listen to all episodes on iTunes and your favorite RSS Feed Mountain woman Nancy Phelps is a self-described 65 year old eclectic who is also a hiker, climber, mountaineer, psychologist, and more.     Nancy and Stephanie became friends when they both…

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Oakland Rising With Ayana Labossiere

Oakland Rising With Ayana Labossiere

Episode 19 of the Podcast Active After 35 Thrive to 105 Ayana Labossiere is one of the podcast co-hosts and has lived in Oakland almost all of her life. Her story is about thriving. Even through the very difficult role of care-giving to her mother, who suffers from a chronic disease, working through the grief…

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