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Move Wild Podcast

Move Wild Podcast

By Jake Clapson
The aim of this podcast is to explore, learn and spread the message of Re-wilding and Natural Movement so that we as humans can live in more alignment with our nature and reclaim what it means to be fully alive.

The podcast will cover topics such as hunting, nature connection, anthropology, evolutionary biology, community, natural movement and so much more.

The modern world has stripped away so much that used to nourish our mind, body and soul, this podcast will help illuminate how we can reclaim and restore our innate wild, capable and strong spirit.

Thanks for joining me on this journey!
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S.2, EP.7 - REWILD OR DIE WITH PETER MICHAEL BAUER

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S.2, EP.7 - REWILD OR DIE WITH PETER MICHAEL BAUER

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S.3, EP.1 - NEW SEASON, HOW ENVIRONMENT AFFECTS STRESS, OPTIMISING RECOVERY
So the big question is this, how do people like us, who are passionate about movement, who value health, community and ancestrally aligned lifeways, how do we create strength, vitality and connection in a world that seems to dismiss the need for any of those traits. That is the question and this podcast will give you the answer, my name is Jake Clapson and welcome to Move Wild Podcast…. Want more in-depth coaching and mentoring on how you can reclaim strength, vitality and freedom in your movement and health? Right now I’m opening up access to my new 90-Day Natural Movement Coaching Program, this program is designed to help you build strength and freedom in movement as well as integrate the foundational principles of ancestral lifestyle and health. Be sure to reach out to me on Instagram @move_wild. Send me a message there letting me know you’re interested in coaching and I’ll get back to you to set something up, I look forward to hearing from you and continuing the conversation. 
35:34
January 11, 2021
S.2, EP.55 - SEASON 2 WRAP-UP
Wow! What a journey, it's been amazing to see the podcast grow and evolve since the launch of season 2 at the start of the year.... I'm taking a few months off th re-invision what I want the podcast to look like in 2021! Feel free to message me your suggestions on how I could improve the show and whom I could bring on :) Follow me on Instagram - @move_wild Much thanks for your listenership :) - Jake
07:07
November 10, 2020
S.2, EP.54 - ENERGY CREATES FREEDOM
Welcome back to another episode of Move Wild Podcast! Today I sharing on the freedom that energy provides and HOW to create incredible amounts of energy. Join me on my NEW 90-Day Energy and Health Transformation program - https://ancestralhealthcoaching.com/90daytransformation
10:05
November 5, 2020
S.2, EP.53 - AN ANIMAL-BASED APPROACH TO NUTRITION
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation with Petra and Daniel from @themeaters. Daniel and Petra from @themeaters are a couple from Canada who happened to stumble upon the carnivore diet. They’ve been on an animal based journey together for almost 2 years and have each reversed several health issues and have improved their quality of life drastically. With an emphasis on animal based nutrition, Daniel and Petra hope to empower people to take control of their life by starting with their lifestyle choices. Some of the key points we touched on included: Their experiences with a plant-based diet Going strict carnivore Their health transformation Common misconceptions around the carnivore diet Plant toxins And much more! Links to connect with Petra and Daniel: Instagram - @themeaters YouTube Channel - The Meaters YouTube Channel Links to connect with me: Pre-Order The NEW Naturally Strong Ecourse at a 50% Discount (Only Available for the next 48 Hours!!) - https://movewildacademy.net/naturallystrong Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch you next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
01:04:02
November 2, 2020
S.2, EP.52 - WHY ONLY DOING WHAT YOU ENJOY DOESN'T WORK (IN MOVEMENT AND IN LIFE)
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I share my thoughts on why I think only doing what you enjoy is unsustainable and antithetical to growth. Links: Pre-order the NEW Naturally Strong Strength and Conditioning Ecourse Now - https://movewildacademy.net/naturallystrong Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
09:12
October 29, 2020
BONUS - HOW TO DEVLOP REAL WORLD STRENGTH
Pre-order the NEW Naturally Strong Strength and Conditioning Ecourse (Lauches December 1st) - https://movewildacademy.net/naturallystrong
05:15
October 28, 2020
S.2, EP.51 - NATURAL MOVEMENT AND REWILDING WITH JAKE CLAPSON
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I'm sharing an interview, bit this time I'm the one being interviewed by my partner Molly form the Ancestral Alignment Podcast. Tune in to today's discussion, we touch on so many topics from rewilding, to thinking and problem solving to movement and everything in between! Links: Get My NEW Book For FREE - https://ancestralhealthcoaching.com/book Listen in to the Ancestral Alignment Podcast and follow Molly (@mollysternhell on Instagram) - https://open.spotify.com/show/1YH9hyYKM8DjOy6qniXUv3?si=5BloDBJbSWmltLs61AmIuA Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
01:09:16
October 27, 2020
S.2, EP. 50 - INUITION, NATURAL RHYTHMS AND STRUCTURE
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today's show I'm sharing my thoughts on. honouring our natural rhythms and cycles and balancing intuition and structure. Links: Get my NEW book for FREE - https://ancestralhealthcoaching.com/book Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
09:38
October 22, 2020
S.2, EP.49 - THE PALEOLITHIC KETOGENIC DIET WITH NATALIE DANIELS
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I am sharing a conversation I had with Natalie Daniels! Natalie is 38 years old and after almost 15 years on a plant-based diet and becoming very sick, decided to reintroduce animal products into her diet. Her health recovery journey started with an ayurvedic/paleo diet and ended with the PKD diet (Paleolithic Ketogenic diet) under the care of Paleomedicina. Dr. Zsofia Clemens and Dr. Csaba Tóth helped her get her health back again. Now she is healthy and symptom free, working as the nutrition consultant for Paleomedicina Hungary. Links to connect with Natalie: Instagram - @ancestralcarnivore Paleo Medicina Website - https://www.paleomedicina.com/en Connect with Jake: Join the 14-Day Ancestral Health Challenge! - https://movewildacademy.net/14days Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
46:39
October 19, 2020
S.2, EP.48 - WHY I THINK HUNTING AND FISHING ARE IMPORTANT PRACTICES
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I'm sharing on why I think Hunting and Fishing are so important, especially if you are interested in natural movement and re-wilding and why we need to re-contextualise and de-compartmentalise. Links: Get FREE tickets to the embodiment conference - https://theembodimentconference.org Get my NEW book - How To Thrive In The Modern World - FREE - https://ancestralhealthcoaching.com/book Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
14:03
October 15, 2020
S.2, EP.47 - FLY FISHING AND DEVELOPING DEEPER CONNECTIONS WITH THE NATURAL WORLD WITH NICK WOLFF-GILLINGS
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I have the honour of sharing a conversation I recorded with Nick Wolff-Gillings of Norfolk Wild. Being exposed at a young age to country New South Wales Nick began escaping the city as often as he could to enjoy some of Australia's most beautiful locations. Developing a deep connection with the outdoors in one of the best ways possible through Fly Fishing has led Nick to discover new rivers, landscapes and trails while pursuing fish through the art of fly fishing. It teaches patience, develops connections with the natural world and is one of the most rewarding experiences.. fish or no fish. From this love of fly fishing he began his own passion project, Norfolk Wild. As a keen lover of mountains and rivers, and observing a rise in the popularity in fly fishing, Nick decided to work on a fun side hustle to connect with others who share in the interest and enjoyment of fly fishing. Points we covered: The importance of storytelling and connecting with food through hunting and fishing. What is Fly Fishing? Connecting to the natural world through forming deeper understanding of it. How people can get started in the world of hunting and fishing. And much more! Links to connect with Nick: Instagram - @norfolkwild Website - https://www.norfolkwild.com Links to connect with me (Jake): Get FREE tickets to The Embodiment Conference: https://theembodimentconference.org Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
40:35
October 12, 2020
S.2, EP.46 - A NATURE-BASED PERSPECTIVE ON LEARNING AND THINKING
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I'm sharing some thoughts inspired by a book I have recently been reading on learning and indigenous thinking.  The book is called Sandtalk. Links: Get my NEW book for FREE - https://ancestralhealthcoaching.com/book Get FREE tickets to The Embodiment Conference - https://theembodimentconference.org Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
15:33
October 9, 2020
S.2, EP.45 - ETHICAL HUNTING WITH ANDREW LOVELL
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I'm sharing a conversation with Andrew Lovell from The Alpha Human. We talk all things hunting, the ethics and how you can get started. Links to connect with Andrew: Follow Andrew and The Alpha Human on Instagram - @thealphahuman Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
47:53
October 6, 2020
S.2, EP.44 - HOW TO THRIVE IN THE MODERN WORLD
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I'm sharing with you the latest news from my adventures out camping and running natural movement as well as some of the core elements of my NEW book! Links: Get the book - 'How To Thrive In The Modern World' for FREE now - https://ancestralhealthcoaching.com/book Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
24:23
October 1, 2020
S.2, EP. 43 - EVOLVE, MOVE, PLAY WITH RAFE KELLEY
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I'm sharing with you conversation I recorded with Rafe Kelley..... Natural movement has been the key theme of Rafe’s life since he was born. He has immersed himself in various martial arts practices such as Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Capoeira and Muay Thai. Rafe was one of the first parkour teachers in North America and co-founded Parkour Visions, one of the most highly respected Parkour teaching institutions in the world. When Rafe encountered the work of Georges Herbert and Methode Naturalle he started to take his practice into the natural world. Climbing trees, lifting logs, swimming and carrying rocks underwater. He is the founder of Evolve, Move, Play and it is his passion to help people build the physical practice that will help make them the strongest, most adaptable and resilient version of themselves in movement and in life. Links to connect with Rafe: Website - https://www.evolvemoveplay.com Instagram - @rafekelley Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) My email is jake@movewildcollective.com Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
58:34
September 28, 2020
S.2, EP.42 - THE TIMELINE OF ADAPTATION
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I am sharing with you my thoughts on the timeline of adaption, how long it takes to truly gain mobility, strength and coordination. Links: Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
19:41
September 24, 2020
S.2, EP.41 - PARKOUR AND PERSONAL BRAND WITH SHAUN WOOD
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I'm sharing a conversation I recorded with Shawn Wood. Shaun Wood is one of Australia's longest practicing Parkour Athletes. Part of the first generation of Australian Traceurs, Shaun was also the first Aussie to compete in the World Championships back in 2009 and has competed in several Red Bull Art of Motion competitions, also a founding member of Team Farang, Shaun has spent his Parkour Career traveling and creating videos all around the world. These days Shaun is based in Newcastle, Australia where he continues to train, study and teach Parkour to the next generation. We talked about: Shawn's journey with Parkour Personal Brand Content creation and capturing parkour through video The connection between MovNat and Parkour And much more! Links to connect with Shawn: Instagram - @shaunwood Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
50:06
September 22, 2020
S.2, EP.40 - REST AND RECOVERY
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I am sharing with you a FB Live that I did in my test group for a new online course I am launching! Mainly focusing on recovery, this live goes into the different factors we need to consider when implementing recovery into our lives. Links: Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
24:22
September 17, 2020
S.2, EP.39 - EMBRACING ADVENTURE AND COMMUNITY WITH ADAM AND VANESSA LAMBERT
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I am sharing a conversation I recorded with Adam and Vanessa Lambert of Bee the Wellness Adam and Vanessa are the co-creators of Bee The Wellness; an innovative coaching company focused on Body Mind and Experience. Known for their award-winning retreats, The Lambert's are committed to helping people experience the transformative power of adventure at their highly curated events hosted all around the world. Committed to creating a powerful community, Adam and Vanessa invite you to join their tribe (or "hive") where total inclusion, love, and fun reign supreme. Links to connect with Adam and Vanessa: Website - https://www.beethewellness.com Instagram - @beethewellness Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
41:06
September 14, 2020
S.2, EP.38 - HOW OUR ENVIRONMENT EFFECTS OUR HEALTH
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today's episode I am sharing an excerpt for my new book - 'How to Thrive in the Modern World' around environment and the factors that we need to be aware of when optimising our environment to meet our needs as humans. Links: Early access to my NEW book - https://www.patreon.com/movewild Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
09:45
September 10, 2020
S.2, EP.37 - MOVEMENT PARALLELS LIFE WITH KELLEN MILAD
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I am sharing with you an episode I recently recorded with Kellen Milad of Movement Parallels Life. Kellen is a movement coach and content creator. He advocates for a holistic and integrated approach to fitness. He focuses bringing play, creativity, and awareness to movement for sustainable fitness and strong mental health. He offers free workouts and training tips on his YouTube channel - Movement Parallels Life. Links to connect with Kellen: Instagram - @movement.parrallels.life YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/kjmilad Website - https://www.movementparallelslife.com Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
41:26
September 8, 2020
S.2, EP.36 - WHAT IS THE PROPER HUMAN DIET?
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I am sharing an excerpt from my NEW book (How to Thrive in the Modern World) on diet and nutrition. Links: Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
11:51
September 3, 2020
S.2, EP.35 - BECOMING A FORCE OF NATURE WITH ANDERS CLAUSEN
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I have the honour of sharing a conversation I recorded wth Anders Clausen. Anders Heymuth-Clausen is the founder of and trainer at “Urkraft Ullrs Leid”. He is also an Artist under the name of Ullrs Blod. He is a MovNat Lv. 2 certified trainer, and he participated in Lv. 3 certification in 2019, and he is still working on passing the final tests. Before Anders got into MovNat in 2018 he had been practicing Capoeira, parkour, calisthenics, Aikido, Wing Tsun, plane fitness training and crossfit. In 2015 he wrote a bachelors degree on the subject of “ How humans are originally designed to learn”, which brought him 50.000 years back in time. Since that he has incorporated that perspective and used it as a holistic compass in his mind when searching for answers on problems in modern day life. Since then he has always tended toward searching back for answers 50.000 years ago, asking himself, how were we originally designed to function and how that fits into this current context, situation or challenge. As he discovered MovNat he found his way back to the physical aspects of those exact questions. In the fall of 2014, Anders visited Bergen in Norway, where the spiritual aspects of his rewilding process was founded in the early morning on a Mountain called Ulriken. For as long as he can remember he has been attracted to people’s who practice nature-based spirituality and religion, their views, their ways and their cultures. On the mountain of Ulriken he found the final piece he needed to link together with his Nordic, Scandinavian nature-based spirituality and way of life, a connection which has been an essential part of his physical and mental training and health ever since. Today he teaches in a danish public school and trains people in the practice of Natural Movement in Copenhagen, Denmark Links to connect with Anders: Instagram: @urkraft_urlls_leid Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Urkraft.Ullrsleid/ Early access to my new book - https://www.patreon.com/movewild Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
01:39:27
August 31, 2020
S.2, EP.34 - PLAY AND TRANSFERABILITY
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I am sharing with you some of my thoughts that were inspired by an interview I recently recorded. I talk about play, adaptability, transferability, the best way to train and one necessary element of human development. Links: Get early access to my NEW book - "How to Thrive in the Modern World" by becoming a Move Wild Member on my Patreon page. Sign-up for just $7 a month and get access to EXCLUSIVE content I don't post anywhere else. Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
22:42
August 27, 2020
S.2, EP.33 - LIVING BY NATURE WITH THIJMEN APSWOUDE
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I am sharing a conversation I had with Thijmen Apswoude of Living by Nature. Thijmen grew up amongst hunters, nature lovers, bee keepers and many other nature oriented enthusiasts. At the tender age of seventeen, Thijmen moved out being already well groomed to meet nature’s tough demands. It was at this age with an already good understanding, he started developing his know-how of nature by his own initiative. He stocked up on nature themed books, went out to forests with friends and acquaintances and experimented with all kinds of shelter building, crafting, cordage, foraging for food and gaining an overall experience of living in the wild. He not only went by the modern equipment for surviving in such environments, but indulged in learning and adapting the ancient ways of survival. It is then he first coined the term ‘bushcraft’ among friends. Little did anyone know that soon hereafter, at the age of 18, Thijmen would not only be scurrying amongst trees and bushes for pure fun. He would transform his passion into something that has become more than learning. It has become teaching. His knowledge of living by nature has become abundant; he’s applied himself to showing others the craft and benefits of the ways of old. The ways that still apply today. Surviving alone or with a single companion for over five weeks, with no other equipment than a knife, has taught him many things. Not in the least that he found his place. It isn’t where walls of brick and stone keep out the conditions that weary most other people. It is those places where you feel small and one with nature. Where he doesn’t feel like a citizen but a human being. “If you’ve never done it before, it’s hard to imagine,” he says, “I became conscious.” Over the past ten years he has seen many European and Canadian landscapes and designed courses for each different environment and scenario. Has has developed several courses for bushcraft schools in Europe and has been a guest instructor for companies and founded his own school: Living by Nature, which nowadays is one of the most outstanding schools in primitive and native skills .Links to connect with Thijmen: Website - https://livingbynature.co.uk Instagram - @livingbynatureofficial Email - thijmen@livingbynature.nl GET EARLY ACCESS TO MY NEW BOOK AS WELL AS FOLLOW-ALONG NATURAL MOVEMENT SESSIONS EVERY WEEK BY SIGNING UP AS A MEMBER ON MY PATREON PAGE FOR JUST $7/MONTH! Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
01:06:08
August 24, 2020
S.2, EP.32 - COMMUNITY CREATES HEALTH
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today's show is focused on community and why it is a vital element when it comes to reclaiming health and vitality. Links: If you want to get access to my NEW book as well as follow-along Natural Movement workouts EVERY week, then head over to my Patreon page where you can become a member for just $7/month! Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
17:06
August 20, 2020
S.2, EP.31 - PRESERVING ANCIENT WAYS WITH TOM FOLEY
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I recorded with Tom Foley Tom Foley is a young, enthusiastic Earth skills instructor and practitioner, teaching at Australian Survival Instructors school since 2017. Specialising in indigenous skills and Experimental Archaeology, Tom’s mission is to learn dying skills and preserve the ancient ways of indigenous peoples from around the world, passing them on to the next generation. Currently studying a bachelor of Archaeology, focusing on the skills that have proved fundamental in the evolution and construction of humanity as we know it, such as running, flintknapping, hunting, friction fire, tanning and much more. Having already travelled to Israel, the UK and Rarotonga to learn methods of living off the land and Experimental Archaeology, Tom has only just begun his journey in preserving the first skills of humanity, now planning his next trip to live with the Hadza Bushmen of Tanzania. With extensive experience in the production and recreation of artefacts, Tom has produced working replicas of stone age tools spanning from his home in Australia all the way to the frigid shores of the Arctic. Links to connect with Tom: A.S.I. - https://www.aussiesurvivalinstructors.com Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
59:12
August 17, 2020
S.2, EP.30 - WHY WE NEED MENTORS
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I'm sharing my thoughts on mentoring. What I cover: Why mentoring is a crucial part of developing skill in life A natural setting of mentoring Seeking mentors Why you need several mentors Why it’s important to share knowledge and mentor Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
13:55
August 13, 2020
S.2, EP.29 - WE ARE BORN OF THE EARTH WITH TOM BROWN III
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I recorded with Tom Brown III of Trackers Earth. Tom, also known as “T3,” has been a life long student and practitioner of primitive living skills, wilderness survival and nature connection. Born in New Jersey in 1978, he grew up learning the skills our ancestors used to live close to the Earth from his father, Tom Brown Jr, founder of the Tracker Wilderness Survival School. Growing up at the Tracker School showed him the profound effect reconnecting people to nature can have not only on the individual but on the planet as a whole. After spending a few years wandering across America, he has spent the last 20 years teaching the skills he learned as a child. Currently Tom lives in Oregon and works with Trackers Earth as the director of adult programming. He is also the foraging/homesteading coordinator for Anchored Outdoors, which is a new website dedicated to hunting, fishing, foraging, and homesteading. When not teaching or writing, Tom is an avid fly-fisherman, traditional archer and nature photographer. Links to connect with Tom: www.anchoredoutdoors.com www.trackersearth.com Instagram: @tom_brown3 Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
57:28
August 10, 2020
S.2, EP.28 - HORMESIS AND RECOVERY
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I am sharing my thoughts on stress and recovery. I cover areas such as the difference between hermetic and chronic stress, what stressors are natural, how we can optimise recovery and much more! Links to connect with me: Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
14:21
August 7, 2020
S.2, EP.27 - HOW WE BECAME HUMAN WITH BILL VON HIPPEL
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation with Bill Von Hippel. Bill von Hippel is Professor and prior Head of the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland. Bill conducts research in evolutionary psychology and is a Fellow of numerous academic societies. Bill has published over 100 articles and chapters, and his work has been widely reported in the media, including the New York Times, the Economist, USA Today, Le Monde, Il Mundo, Der Spiegel, and the Australian. Bill recently published his first book, The Social Leap, which received the 2019 Book Award from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. We talked about the human evolutionary timeline, the key points in our evolution that created changes in our psychology and physiology and so much more. Links to connect with Bill: https://psychology.uq.edu.au/profile/3034/bill-von-hippel Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
49:32
August 4, 2020
S. 2, EP. 26 - BALANCING PLAY AND STRUCTURE IN TRAINING
Welcome back to another episode of Move Wild podcast! On today’s show I cover the importance of balancing both structure and play equally in training in order to cultivate adaptability. Follow me on Instagram - @move_wild. Thanks for tuning in! Grow strong, Move Wild!
09:31
July 31, 2020
S.2, EP.25 - MOVEMENT AS A TOOL FOR CONNECTION WITH SIMON THAKUR
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I had Simon Thakur on the show.. Simon is a movement teacher, lifelong practitioner and explorer of bodymind traditions from around the world. He has an academic background in medical science, anthropology, evolutionary biology and ecology; movement disciplines including Yoga, Chinese internal martial arts, Capoeira Angola, Feldenkrais, Butoh, wrestling and Brasilian Jiujitsu; a decade-long career as a bodyworker, therapist and rehabilitation practitioner;  extensive practice and research into Buddhist, Yogic and Daoist meditation; and an ongoing exploration of bushcraft, survival skills and rewilding. Ancestral Movement is the synthesis of this experience, an ongoing exploration of human embodiment within the context of biological evolution, ecology, and the shared ancestry of all living beings through deep time. Links to connect with Simon: Website - https://ancestralmovement.com Fb Group - Ancestral Movement Instagram - @ancestralmovement Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
01:06:29
July 27, 2020
S.2, EP.24 - CRISIS AND ADAPTATION
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today's show I discuss: Rites of Passage Why we need contrast How crisis forces adaptation Why shaping ourselves to become more adept at navigating our environment is important And much more! Links to connect Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
15:27
July 23, 2020
S.2, EP.23 - RITES OF PASSAGE AND NATURAL HUMAN CONNECTION WITH LEE TREW
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I recorded with Lee Trew. Lee taught bushcraft and 'coyote mentoring' on youth camps, before training as a psychotherapist and counsellor. Lee has been using Jon Young's coyote mentoring approach for over a decade, and began learning and teaching bushcraft as a teenager at the Forest School Camps in the UK. He studied indigenous survival skills at Tom Brown Jr's Tracker School, and Practical Primitive, both in the US, and spent a year living in the bush, finding shelter, water and food on the landscape; putting it into practice. More than that, he found a radically new experience of what it means to be human. Now he brings psychology and bushcraft together for rewilding; helping people of all ages to reawaken their wildness and deepen their connection with the natural world. He was also: - A speaker on rewilding at the Ultimate Health Event in Sydney - Featured in ABC's Life at 9 documentary - An instructor for Claire Dunn during the period she wrote about in her book, My Year Without Matches - The bushcraft and trapping consultant for Australian film, The Hunter.Links: Links to connect with Lee: Bluegum Bushcraft - https://www.bluegumbushcraft.com.au Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/wildhearttribe/?ref=page_internal Follow me and get in touch with me on Instagram, @move_wild, to stay up to date and stay inspired to keep connecting to your true nature! For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Alright, thanks for tuning in, I’ll catch ya next episode, and as always, get outside, grow strong and Move Wild!
53:44
July 20, 2020
S2, EP.22 - SUNLIGHT AND CIRCADIAN RHYTHM
Hey hey and welcome back to another episode of Move Wild podcast! Today's episode we share our thoughts on light and sunlight in particular and why it is a necessary element of a healthy lifestyle. Tune in today to hear about what we've been up to, optimal sun exposure, why getting exposure to natural light is necessary and a little surprise you might not have heard about. If you want to connect with us then head over to Instagram (@move_wild) and send us a message. Other ways to connect: Website - https://movewildcollective.com Move Wild Retreat - https://events.humanitix.com/move-wild-re-wilding-retreat-feb-2021 Thanks for tuning in! Grow Strong, Move Wild!
15:59
July 16, 2020
S.2, EP.21 - RE-FRAMING OUR LIFE IN STORY AND MYTH WITH STUART GADENNE
Welcome back to another episode of Move Wild podcast!  Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I recorded with my friend Stuart Gadenne. Stuart Gadenne is a Psychotherapist, Teacher, Hunter and Wilderness survival guide. An ex Australian Special Forces soldier, Stuart now travels the world as an expert in survival in all manner of dangerous situations, from hunting in the wild to surviving threats in the urban environment. A life long student of Mythology, he brings his varied interests together as a lens in which he adds to the telling of the story of masculinity in the modern world. Links to connect with Stuart: Website - https://www.wildernesspsychotherapy.com Links to connect with us: Website - https://movewildcollective.com Instagram - @move_wild Move Wild Retreat - https://events.humanitix.com/move-wild-re-wilding-retreat-feb-2021 Thanks for tuning in! Grow Strong, Move Wild!
52:22
July 13, 2020
EPISODE 20 - BALANCING RECOVERY & TRAINING
Hey and welcome back to another episode of Move Wild podcast! This episode we are sharing our thoughts on balancing rest and training. We cover optimal training volume, recovery strategies, food and much more! Links connect with us: Instagram - @move_wild Website - https://movewildcollective.com Tickets to Move Wild retreat (Feb 2021) - https://events.humanitix.com/move-wild-re-wilding-retreat-feb-2021 All other links. - https://linktr.ee/movewild For more info email me at: jake@movewildcollective.com or call me on 0459 970 341 Thanks for tuning in, catch you on the next episode! Grow strong, Move Wild!
20:50
July 10, 2020
S.2, EP.19 - RE-MEMBERING OUR PLACE IN NATURE WITH JOSH MCLEAN
Hey, hey! Welcome back to another epic episode of the Move Wild Podcast! I had the pleasure of recording a conversation with my friend Josh from the bush tannery. Josh is such a legend and it was great to connect with him again after not having seen him for a couple of years. So much of what he said in this interview resonated with me on a very deep level and also inspired me. His energy and passion was contagious. Josh McLean is a traditional tanner and public health practitioner living on Gulidjan country (Otways in South West Victoria). With a Masters in Public Health and currently finishing his Masters of Social Work, Josh is passionate about preventative holistic health and nature based practices. Owner and operator of The Bush Tannery, he has made appearances at events such as the Lost Trades Fair, and taught countless workshops/ people the ancient art of tanning over the past 5 years. In his free time you will catch him pottering around his home workshop sipping cups of tea and listening to various recordings on human behaviour and consciousness. Links to connect with Josh: Instagram - @thebushtannery Website - https://www.thebushtannery.com.au Links to connect with me: Come along to a retreat - https://events.humanitix.com/move-wild-re-wilding-retreat-feb-2021 Instagram - @move_wild Website - https://movewildcollective.com Grow Strong, Move Wild!
59:46
July 6, 2020
S.2, EP.18 - RECONNECTING WITH FOOD
Welcome back to another episode of Move Wild podcast! Today we are discussing some of our key takeaways form Tuesdays episode such as how we connect with food, specifically how we get organ meats into our diet, why traditional food ways can help to inform a healthy diet and so much more. Thanks fo tuning in! Connect with us on Instagram - @move_wild Grow Strong, Move Wild!
18:59
July 3, 2020
S.2, EP.17 - TRADITIONAL FOOD WAYS WITH DR. BILL SCHINDLER
HEY! Welcome back to another awesome episode :) Move Wild Podcast, is a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations focused around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today's show: Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I had with Dr. Bill Schindler. Dr. Bill Schindler is the founder and director of the Eastern Shore Food Lab, an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Archaeology at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland and the co-star of the National Geographic series, The Great Human Race, Curiosity Stream’s, The Modern Stone Age Family and Wired Magazine’s, Basic Instinct.  He is a food archaeologist, primitive technologist and chef.  He travels the world documenting traditional food ways and works to draw inspiration from the deep archaeological record, rich and diverse ethnographic record and modern culinary world to create food solutions that are relevant, meaningful and accessible today.  Bill is a strong advocate of traditional foodways and is constantly seeking new ways to incorporate lessons learned from his research into the diets of modern humans.  His outlook on food has revolutionised the way in which he and his family eat and he attributes much of the health his wife and three children enjoy to the nutrient dense hunted, gathered, and fermented foods that comprise a significant portion of their diets.  He empowers people around the world to eat like humans again by reconnecting them with their food, past, environment and communities through speaking, teaching and writing. Links to connect with Dr. Bill Schindler: Check out www.drbillschindler.com for more information. Connect with Dr. Bill Schindler on social media - @drbillschindler, @themodernstoneagefamily, @esfoodlab Links: www.drbillschindler.com www.themodernstoneagefamily.com www.washcoll.edu/esfl Connect with me: Instagram - @move_wild and @wildadventuresaus For more on what I offer and upcoming events I will be running, head over to my website www.movewildcollective.com. Always feel free to reach out with questions, suggestions for podcasts, feedback, collaborations, ideas etc. I’m always happy to connect :) Thanks for listening in! Grow Strong, Move Wild
53:25
June 29, 2020
S.2, EP.16 - IS PERMACULTURE WILD?
Welcome back to another episode of Move Wild Podcast! Today we are sharing what we have been up to with our travels and our intentions for this journey, what we plan to learn along the way in order to bring back and share. We also touch on some interesting points that were inspired by the most recent conversation I released on Tuesday such as where permaculture fits into a natural human existence/ the re-wilding paradigm. If you are keen to connect with our travels then head over to Instagram and follow us on @wildadventuresaus Also connect with us via the @move_wild instagram account and share your thoughts on this episode! :) Grow Strong, Move Wild!
15:38
June 26, 2020
S.2, EP.15 - PERMACULTURE FOR A GREENER FUTURE WITH MONTY SHARMA
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today's show: Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I recorded with Monty Sharma Monty is the founder of Urban Botanica Collective and has a background in Industrial Design. After spending a 4 year journey within corporate and privatised engineering has taken the plunge to connect more deeply with a purpose of passion fueled by nature. Recently arriving home from a 5 month journey traveling through Central America working within Permaculture Centers, Connecting with medicinal plants and mushrooms has arrived back home to share his vision for a greener future. Links to connect with Monty: Instagram - @urban_botanica_collective Podcast - "Born from Nature" on Spotify FB page Links connect with us: Instagram - @move_wild Website - https://movewildcollective.com Tickets to Move Wild retreat (Feb 2021) - https://events.humanitix.com/move-wild-re-wilding-retreat-feb-2021 All other links. - https://linktr.ee/movewild For more info email me at: jake@movewildcollective.com or call me on 0459 970 341 Thanks for tuning in, catch you on the next episode! Grow strong, Move Wild!
01:05:41
June 24, 2020
S2, EP. 14 - WHAT ARE YOU FIT FOR?
Hey and welcome back to Move Wild podcast! Today we are discussing our thoughts on fitness, becoming adaptable, becoming more prepared and much more. Links to connect: Instagram - @move_wild and @wildadventuresaus
16:18
June 19, 2020
S.2, EP. 13 - TRAIN TO BE ADAPTABLE WITH MATT RUTLEY
Welcome back to another episode of Move Wild podcast! Today I have the pleasure of sharing a conversation I had with Matt Rutley. Matt is a human movement specialist and has vast knowledge and experience when it comes to developing physical fitness and capability. We talked about why it's important to become adaptable, how we train adaptability, community, self-defence and much more. Since we talked Matt has switched careers and Stage 6 is no longer open. Links to connect with Matt: Instagram - @stage6fitness Links to connect with me: Instagram - @move_wild Website - https://movewildcollective.com Tickets to Move Wild retreat - https://events.humanitix.com/move-wild-re-wilding-retreat-feb-2021 Email me at: jake@movewildcollective.com Thanks for tuning in! Grow Strong, Move Wild!
01:46:01
June 16, 2020
S2. EP.12 - FEELING AT HOME IN NATURE
Hey! Welcome back to a new episode of Move Wild Podcast! This episode Molly and Jake discuss what it means to feel at home in nature and the nourishing skills required to reconnect with the natural world. We review our key take aways from Tuesday's episode with Woniya Thibeault regarding how nature longs for human connection and the challenges of choosing a native life-way in an 'alter-native' world. Links connect with us: Instagram - @move_wild Website - https://movewildcollective.com Tickets to Move Wild retreat (Feb 2021) - https://events.humanitix.com/move-wild-re-wilding-retreat-feb-2021 All other links. - https://linktr.ee/movewild For more info email me at: jake@movewildcollective.com or call me on 0459 970 341 Thanks for tuning in, catch you on the next episode! Grow strong, Move Wild!
27:29
June 12, 2020
S.2, EP.11 - EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPING SELF-RELIANCE THROUGH ANCESTRAL SKILLS WITH WONIYA THIBEAULT
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today's show: Today I have the pleasure of sharing with you a conversation I had with Woniya Thibeault of Buckskin Revolution. Woniya Thibeault is a naturalist, craftsperson, and ancestral skills instructor, and her greatest ambition and joy is striving to be a wilder human. Woniya’s work, through her business Buckskin Revolution, is to help people feel connected to their wildest, freest selves, and to the living world around them. She believes that practicing ancestral lifeskills in the context of our globalized, mechanized world is an important and revolutionary act. She teaches a wide range of topics, sharing skills that help people feel empowered to make and do more things for themselves and to feel and more connected to their human ancestors and the living world around them. Gathering and growing our own food, making the clothes we wear from resources in the woods around us, learning to understand what the birds are saying about the movements of other creatures in the forest are a few examples of the skills she teaches. Woniya teaches through in-person classes, her Youtube channel, speaking engagements, and the books she is currently writing. Woniya believes that these skills and life ways are an important part of our human heritage and should be available to all of us. They speak to that place inside us that remembers what it feels like to know the world around us intimately, to shape the substance of our lives from the raw materials around us. They remind us what it is to be human and connected to the wild within and around us. With a masters degree in Environmental Science and 25 years of study and practice of ancestral lifeways, Woniya works to bridge the practical hands on skills for land based living skills with a deep understanding of and love for the natural world. The Buckskin Revolution is not just making buckskin clothing, or harvesting wild foods or survival skills, it is about inspiring and enabling people to do more for themselves and to be freer, healthier, wilder, more connected human beings. Connect with Woniya: Website - https://www.buckskinrevolution.com YouTube - https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCJqeQWXKz7vpLnu8Sde7Xrg Instagram - @buckskin_revolution Patreon Connect with Jake and Molly at Move Wild: Indiegogo - https://igg.me/at/movewildretreats/x/23374384#/ Early-bird retreat tickets  Instagram - @move_wild Health coaching or more information - 0459970341 OR jake@movewildcollective.com Grow Strong, Move Wild!
40:29
June 9, 2020
S.2 EP.10 - ON THE ILLEGALITY OF BEING HUMAN
Hey and welcome back to another episode of Move Wild Podcast!  This episode I had a special guest on, my partner Molly. We will now be doing Friday show together to add a more conversational element to the podcast. Listen in for our thoughts and key takeaways from the conversation I had with Steve that came out on Tuesday and also for some exciting announcements. Links to connect: Website - https://movewildcollective.com Get early-bird tickets to Move Wild retreat! Instagram - @move_wild All other links - https://linktr.ee/movewild Thanks for tuning in! We'll catch ya on the next episode :) Grow Strong, Move Wild
25:01
June 5, 2020
S.2, EP.9 - EMBRACING HUMAN NATURE WITH STEVE ALDRIDGE
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today’s show: Today I had the honour of speaking with Steve Aldridge…. Steve Aldridge is the founder of Wild Movement Perth. For ten years he worked in the health and wellness industry learning all the reasons how and why our modern lifestyle does not naturally result in healthy humans. This left him with one burning question. What makes a healthy human? What started as a quest to learn about human health quickly led to the understanding that humans are dependent on and part of ecology and that all organisms are best off when fulfilling their role within the ecosystem. His own journey into rewilding, difficulty finding mentors in Perth and no desire to be part of a purely online community of “rewilders” led him to create Wild Movement Perth. Wild Movement Perth exists to create a culture of people in Perth around rewilding. Steve helps groups and individuals to reconnect with what it means to be human and understand how we fit into the web of life through Natural Movement, Nature Connection & Earth Based Skills. Basket weaving, edible weed workshops, fire by friction, green wood carving, overnight camps, educational wilderness walks and adventure days are some of the experiences he currently offers. Situated in the Whadjuk region of Nyoongar Boodjar he lives with his wife and two children. Links to connect with Steve: Website - http://www.wildmovement.com.au Instagram - @wildmovementperth Links to connect with me: Rewilding retreats FB event - https://www.facebook.com/events/178857170133465/ Tickets to re-wilding retreats Website - https://movewildcollective.com Instagram - @move_wild FB Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/2521564621234584/ All other links - https://linktr.ee/movewild My Vision: I’m in the process of creating this vision of place-based community centred in many of the practices that this podcast focuses on such as natural movement, hunting, re-wilding, community and traditional earth-based skills. I am going to be doing this mainly through running and facilitating immersive retreat experiences. If you feel you can help in any way, please feel free to reach out, this is a community project and I’m always happy to collaborate. Thanks for tuning in, I'll catch you on the next episode! Grow Strong, Move Wild!
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June 2, 2020
S.2, EP.8 - SHIFTING OUR PARADIGM AND WORLDVIEW AWAY FROM DOMESTICATION
HEY! Welcome to another solo show of Move Wild Podcast. Today I am sharing about my views on domestication and how we can start to move toward a more wild or natural mindset and away from dependance and domestication. Connect with me: Instagram - @move_wild Website - https://movewildcollective.com Email - jake@movewildcollective.com
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May 29, 2020
S.2, EP.7 - REWILD OR DIE WITH PETER MICHAEL BAUER
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today's show: Today I am sharing a conversation I recorded with Peter Michael Bauer of Rewild Portland. Peter Michael Bauer is an anthropologist, experimental archaeologist, and historian. His work focuses on the social and environmental impacts of the neolithic revolution, and how understanding these impacts can provide us with solutions to the sixth mass extinction. Since the early 2000’s, he has been an integral catalyst in the human rewilding movement. He sees rewilding as a principle, or a lens, that helps us see and move through the world in terms of regeneration and reciprocity. It is not the “one right way”—it is a million ways to live in the flow of natural cycles. It recognises that humans are not above those flows, and that it is actually more beneficial to our ecosystems when we acknowledge and become part of them. This movement works to create resilience through the return to place-based, regenerative subsistence strategies, inspired by those that existed prior to–or exist outside of–the formation of agrarian states. He created the first international online rewilding forum (now archived at discuss.rewild.com), wrote a book on rewilding called Rewild or Die, founded the organisation Rewild Portland (where he teaches classes), and created the Annual North American Rewilding Conference. Links to connect with Peter Michael Bauer: Website - https://www.petermichaelbauer.com Instagram - @petermichaelbauer My Vision: I’m in the process of creating this vision of place-based community centred in many of the practices that this podcast focuses on such as natural movement, hunting, re-wilding, community and traditional earth-based skills. I am going to be doing this mainly through running and facilitating immersive retreat experiences. If you feel you can help in any way, please feel free to reach out, this is a community project and I’m always happy to collaborate. Head over to my Indiegog page to get access to early-bird tickets or find out more, or message me via Instagram or shoot me through an email - jake@movewildcolective.com Links to connect with me: Indiegogo Re-wilding retreats  - https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/move-wild-re-wilding-retreats#/ Instagram - @move_wild Website - https://movewildcollective.com All other links - https://linktr.ee/movewild Thanks for listening in! Catch you on the next episode coming out on Friday!
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May 25, 2020
S.2, EP. 6 - THE RELEVANCE OF PRIMITIVE SKILLS IN RELATION TO MODERN TECHNOLOGY
HEY! Welcome back to another solo episode of Move Wild Podcast! Today I am sharing my thoughts on the relevance of primitive or ancestral skills In the moderns world, the use of modern technology and how we can reclaim independence and empower ourselves through actively engaging with our 'technological environment. Connect with me: Instagram - @move_wild Website - https://movewildcollective.com Email me at - jake@movewildcollective.com All other links - https://linktr.ee/movewild
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May 22, 2020
S. 2, EP. 5 - ANCESTRAL SKILLS AND TECHNOLOGY WITH KEVIN NEWTON
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations entered around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today's episode: Kevin Newton is the owner-operator of Australian Survival Instructors and is a highly experienced outdoor survival instructor, bow hunter, bushcraftsman, flint knapper, potter, primitive skills researcher, Instructor & weapons re-creator.. He has over 30 years of outdoor experience including 2 years living in the Italian Alps in the early 90’s. His passion for primitive survival skills, including re-creating the weapons, clothing and gear that Oetzi the Iceman was found with, has made him Australia’s premiere survival and primitive survival skills instructor. Kevin has featured on Australian national television, Japanese television, in news interviews, ABC radio, Triple J ‘Hack’ and also an episode of channel 7 ‘Sydney Weekender’ and was featured on Channel 7 TV series “Get Clever”, aired on Discovery Aus, NZ & Asia. In February 2019 Kevin filmed a U.S television episode of “Conan without Borders”, with world famous Talk Show host, Conan O’Brien, and was featured on the Italian TV network ‘Marco Polo’ with host Iona Sermoneta, March 2019 as well as ABC Radio Nationwide with Ron Quinn. In August 2019 Kevin collaborated with ‘The Bush Tucker Man’ Les Hiddins on a video project together. Kevin has also taught Australian Special Forces survival and primitive skills. Links to connect with Kevin: Website - https://www.aussiesurvivalinstructors.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/aussiesurvivalinstructors/?ref=br_rs My Vision: I’m in the process of creating this vision of place-based community centred in many of the practices that this podcast focuses on such as natural movement, hunting, re-wilding, community and traditional earth-based skills. I am going to be doing this mainly through running and facilitating immersive retreat experiences. If you feel you can help in any way, please feel free to reach out, this is a community project and I’m always happy to collaborate. You can also support this project by contributing through Indoegogo.  Connect with me: Get discounted tickets to Move Wild Re-wilding retreats or support the creation on Indiegogo - https://igg.me/at/movewildretreats/x/23374384#/ Instagram - @move_wild Website - https://movewildcollective.com Email me at - jake@movewildcollective.com All other links - https://linktr.ee/movewild Get Outside, Move Wild!
47:16
May 19, 2020
S.2, EP. 4 - SOLO - PHYSICAL FITNESS IS YOUR CIVIC DUTY
Welcome back to another solo episode of Move Wild Podcast. Today I touch on the importance of viewing physical fitness as your civic duty and how coming into training with that mindset can change how you train and give you a deeper reason to develop real world skill and capability. For more on this, check out my blog - Physical Fitness is your Civic Duty What I'm doing: I’m in the process of creating this vision of place-based community centred in many of the practices that this podcast focuses on such as natural movement, hunting, re-wilding, community and traditional earth-based skills. I am going to be doing this mainly through running and facilitating immersive retreat experiences. If you feel you can help in any way, please feel free to reach out, this is a community project and I’m always happy to collaborate. You can also buy discounted tickets to the retreat now through my Indiegogo page or simply make a smaller contribution. Connect with me: Instagram - @move_wild Links to FB group, blog and website - https://linktr.ee/movewild Email me at - jake@movewildcollective.com
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May 14, 2020
S.2, EP.3 - REWILD YOUR BODY WITH DAMIEN NORRIS
Hey! Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations focused around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! Today's Show:  Today I had the pleasure of sitting down and having a chat with Damien Norris of the Wilding Project. Damien has a background in gymnastics, parkour and natural movement. Damien’s journey of getting back into movement after leaving gymnastics not only transformed his fitness, but reconnected him to his wild side and what the human body has been capable of for many millennia. he has returned from a journey across the world, connecting with different movement experts on his travels. He lives in Perth with his wife and son, and owns and coaches at his gym - The Wilding Project. He has a great Tedx talk that I highly recommend where he talks about the process of Re-wilding our bodies. We go into a wide range of topics in this one such as the difference between exercise and fitness, the role of fitness in the modern world and so much more, I was so stoked and grateful that Damien took the time to have this conversation and I’m excited to see what you think. This conversations inspired me in so many ways…. Links to connect with Damien and The Wilding Project: The Wilding Project Website - https://olympicfunfitness.com.au Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thewildingproject/ Instagram - @thewildingproject YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCshFoUee_BCeqXyZDRB5EAg My Vision: I’m in the process of creating this vision of place-based community centred in many of the practices that this podcast focuses on such as natural movement, hunting, re-wilding, community and traditional earth-based skills. I am going to be doing this mainly through running and facilitating immersive retreat experiences. If you feel you can help in any way, please feel free to reach out, this is a community project and I’m always happy to collaborate. Connect with me: Instagram - @move_wild Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MoveWildTribe Website - www.movewildcollective.com Email - jake@movewildcollective.com Thanks for listening, I’ll catch you on the next episode! Get Outside, Move Wild! - Jake
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May 11, 2020
S.2, EP.2 - SOLO - A GENERATIONAL WORLDVIEW
Welcome to the first Friday solo show of season 2! Today I will be covering why we need to be looking at re-wilding, human health and the restoration of vitality in humans and the ecosystem through a generation lens. Why we really need to be thinking long-term and more importantly what are the actions we should be taking now in order to ensure an abundant future for our children and the next generation. Retreats: As you may know I am in the process of setting up retreats based around re-wilding, natural movement and reconnecting to our true nature as humans. If you are interested to learn more about thes retreats and get involved, message me through instagram - @move_wild or check out my Indiegogo page Connect with me: Reach out, tag me on instagram, follow my work - @move_wild Email - jake@movewildcollective.com FB Group
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May 7, 2020
SEASON 2, EP. 1 - WELCOME BACK!
Hey!  Welcome to Move Wild Podcast, a podcast dedicated to understanding human health from an evolutionary perspective, and integrating the universal principles of human health and wildness into our lives. Each week I interview and discuss with guests on topics and conversations focused around re-wilding, natural movement, nature connection and ancestral living practices. Thanks for joining me on this journey! About today's show: Today I'm back after a break from podcasting and stoked to bringing you season 2 of Move Wild podcast! Listen in to find out why I took a break, where I plan to take this podcast, my vision for place-based community and the steps I am taking toward that vision, how you can help and so much more. I'm excited to share this episode with you guys and see what you think! Links I mentioned and how you can connect with me: Indiegogo page to support Re-wilding retreats - https://igg.me/at/movewildretreats/x/23374384#/ Connect with me via Instagram - @move_wild Join the tribe on Move Wild FB group Email me at jake@movewildcollective.com  Take a screenshot of today's episode and tag me on Instagram with your thoughts, leave Move Wild podcast a 5 star rating and review and be sure to subscribe so you don't miss the next episode!
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May 4, 2020
EP. 56 - DEEP LEARNING AND MASTERY
Hey! I hope you're New Year has so far been filled with adventure, natural movement and time out in nature! I'm back this week with another episode of the Move Wild Podcast and today I'm talking about Deep Learning and Mastery.... Here's some of what I cover in the episode: DEEP LEARNING vs. SHALLOW LEARNING (and why we need BOTH) Why it is crucial to find and develop relationships with Mentors The flaws of learning purely through books and audio And much more I also have a special announcement which is that I am in the process of launching my 6-Week Natural Movement Masterclass, this will be an online course designed to give you all the tools you need to take your physical capability to the next level.... It will hopefully be ready in time for my birthday next month so stay tuned. If you want more info or would like to be a part of the first test group message me at my FB Page or search for Jacob Clapson on FB and send me a private message. Would love to have you on board (SPACES ARE LIMITED)! And if you want to support the podcast on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/movewild Or check out more of what I offer over at my website - https://movewildcollective.com
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January 12, 2020
EP. 54 - HOW TO THRIVE IN THE MODERN WORLD WITH DORIS HASSLOCHER M.D.
Hey Guys! Thanks for tuning in today. Today I have a Special Guest on - My mother.... Doris Hasslocher M.D. She has worked as a doctor for many years and has an immense amount of experience. The last few years she has spent studying and applying the principles of ancestral living practices, functional medicine and much more. This research has had a massive impact on her life and the lives of those around her. 'Twas a great conversation with heaps of valuable info. Links mentioned in episode: Doris' Podcast - THRIVING (Can be found on Anchor, iTunes, Stitcher etc.) Support Move Wild Podcast - https://www.patreon.com/movewild Connect with Me - https://movewildcollective.com
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December 30, 2019
EP. 54 - THE POWER OF STORY WITH MAHLI HAWKE
Hey guys and welcome to Move Wild Podcast!! Thanks for tuning in, I hope you have had a week filled with movement, connection and adventure. Today's episode is with a good friend of mine, Mahli Hawke... Mahli is the founder of Wild by Nature Australia, a business dedicated to re-connecting humans with their inner and outer wildness. He came to this work after years as a teacher and youth worker but wanting to offer a culture of learning and human development that was more holistic. It made sense to take it into nature and bring in elements of our traditional village cultures. We shared all about storytelling as a critical element of the human experience, deep nature connection, Mahli's personal journey and much more. I hope you guys enjoy this conversation as much as I did. Links mentioned in episode: Connect with Mahli/ Wild By Nature - https://www.wildbynatureaustralia.com Connect with me at Move Wild - www.movewildcollective.com Support the podcast at - https://www.patreon.com/movewild Thanks again for tuning in and I'll catch ya on the next episode! Get outside, Move Wild!
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December 23, 2019
EP. 53 - TRANSFORMATIONAL DEEP NATURE CONNECTION WITH KATE RYDGE
Hey guys! Thanks for tuning in today for my wonderful conversation with Kate Rydge! Kate Rydge is the Co-Founder of Nature Philosophy Australia. She lives off grid with her family on the North Coast of NSW and when she is not hanging out in the bush you can find her facilitating a wide range of transformational Deep Nature Connection experiences through her Nature Philosophy offerings. She has put her love of survival skills into practise both in Australia and the USA and in 2003 she spent a year living primitively under the guidance of Tom Brown Jr, from The Tracker School, USA. The power of this experience later inspired her to offer Australia’s only year-long wilderness immersion program. Kate has been actively mentored by Aboriginal Australian Yolngu elders for the past 12 years and has dedicated her life to helping others return home to the earth. We talk all things deep nature connection and embracing what it means to be human! Enjoy! Links as mentioned in show: Nature Philosophy Website - https://naturephilosophy.com Move Wild website - https://movewildcollective.com Have an epic day! Get Outside, Move Wild
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December 16, 2019
EP 48 - ANCESTRAL LIVING SKILLS WITH DANIEL SAINTY
What does it mean to live sustainably?  Today I talk with Daniel Sainty a teacher of what he calls Ancestral Living Skills. Dan lives set-nomadically on his land with pack goats, practicing and teaching Re-wilding and Ancestral Living Skills. He has plenty of experience in living and teaching these skills, I loved my conversation with him and I'm stoked to be able to share it with you! Check out more of his work and get in contact with him over at rewildaustralia.org and on instagram - @rewildaustralia
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November 11, 2019
Episode 21 - Nature Connection with Sam Robertson
This episode I had the pleasure of interviewing Sam Robertson from Nature Philosophy. We talk about his personal journey with nature connection and how he is bringing it to the world. Tune in to be inspired and educated on the benefits that nature connection can bring to your life! As I mentioned in the podcast, here is the link to Nature Philosphy's website where you can get in touch with Sam and get along to their courses: Nature Philosophy If you want to start developing real world Natural Movement skills from the ground up and reclaim you physical capability, head over to Move Wild Academy to sign-up for our FREE membership AND as a bonus receive a copy of my latest Ebook - Self-Mastery.
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September 9, 2019