How To Leave a Review in iTunes-YoGeek Tips Guerrilla Style

Moving in line with yesterday’s post, that of appreciating podcasters 😉 Here is a great way to do it! We as podcasters (as of this moment in time) get a ginormous amount of our listeners via iTunes. Most of our listeners find us there, and as of this moment, most people are acquaited with iTunes so it’s very easy for us to tell them to subscribe that way.

One way in which podcasters get ‘seen’ more by the iTunes logarithms is by having people leave reviews to podcasts. I have seen that the more reviews I get at any given time, my ranking in iTunes usually goes up! Which of course is totally cool because that means more people can come across my podcast 😉

I decided to facilitate the process by making my first screencast!

Screencasts are hard 😦

Still need a lot to learn (especially about my audio) and yes, I do know that I look all space alien like 😉 But, beside that. I give you a very simple, guerrilla style video to guide you, so that you can take your first step toward giving your favorite podcaster some love!!! It’s a great gift to give 🙂

Enjoy!

Virtual Yoga Teaching

I met Mr. Nick Schmidt when I commented on his blog post for Techie Diva. By ‘met’ I mean he contacted me after the posting and we kinda began to email back and forth, forging a virtual friendship. As we continued our conversation, videos and getting in shape surfaced, and I thought how cool would it be to send him a video so that he could do yoga! He’d never done yoga before. So I kinda got something simple done, it was really meant just for him, so he could feel comfy at doing the practice. I thought, how cool would it be if he could send me a corresponding video, so that I could watch him to see how he was doing. Well, lo and behold, he did such a good job at it! So good in fact that I gave him permission to use the video on his site and all. Here it is. check it out.

Yep. The mighty Nick got my name wrong. That kinda sucked. He called me Elise. I have nothing against all the fantastic Elise’s out there, but my name is Elsie. Kinda gave Mr. Nick some crap about that, but hey, what’s done is done, and I know that his heart was in the right place 🙂 enjoy the video!

Marc Holzman (Part 1) and Children’s Fitness and Technology

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Noah Maze

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Knees in the Mirror: Alignment and Engagement

Can we bring our knees to anatomical neutral? Can we in very simple ways begin ( for this is just the beginning), to engage in new ways to align our bodies.
Using your muscles and making active choices with them can help stabilize and strengthen joints and connective tissue.

Just a simple video to delve into the most basic anatomical alignment for the knees.

Please let me know what you think!

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length: 8:50min

YoGeek Chillout after a Setback: Back to Basics and Breathe

So I had it all planned, this weekend I was going to get lots of footage for this show! Lots of it, thought it would be easy.

Not so much 😦

I was so disappointed and quite defeated, but really that’s what it’s all about, allowing yourself to step in fully and whatever happens is part of your yoga. How do we then make the best choice, to the best of our ability. The time that I had at the studio was truly almost over and I felt that nothing that I had shot was remotely what I wanted to offer. It was at that moment that I decided that I just needed to breathe and chill out, so here it is…5 min of movement a little bit of quiet time to pay attention to the basics and breathe.

Once I opened my eyes and once again stepped into the world, I felt so much better, knowing that perfection lies in the imperfection, and that it’s there that we are given the Grace to be the best that we can, all the time, even if it’s not what you imagined it would be!

Check it out!

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It’s about 8 min long 🙂