Kathryn Budig on Body Image & Redefining Success
We’re diving into body image, redefining success, and finding happiness in the digital media age today with Kathryn Budig.
Kathryn is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher and author known for her accessibility, humor, and ability to empower her students through her message, “aim true.”
Kathryn’s journey to yoga and how her relationship with the practice has changed over time.
Changing the definition of something “working.”
On resisting labels and living outside of a definable box.
How to redefine successful and move away from external validation to measure self-worth.
The difference between success and happiness.
How to look at your core values and evaluate how your life matches your core values.
Loving who you are right now in all aspects.
Not indulging in negative self-talk and understanding the complexities of body image.
Avoiding the comparison trap, in particular comparing yourself to previous versions of yourself.
Kathryn Budig is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher and author known for her accessibility, humor, and ability to empower her students through her message, “aim true.”
With over a decade of experience in her field, Budig served as the yoga editor to Women’s Health magazine for five years, contributed recipes and sat on the Yahoo Health Advisory Board, and regularly contributes to Yoga Journal, The New Potato, and MindBodyGreen.
She is the creator of the Aim True Yoga DVD produced by Gaiam, author of The Women’s Health Big Book of Yoga and Aim True.
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I just listened to this podcast. Loved it. You and Kathryn said so many things that had me laughing and nodding my head. There’s comfort in knowing I’m not the only one thinking these things. Keep these great podcasts coming, Robyn. I look forward to them every week.
Julia, so, so happy you’re in this community. More goodness to come! xo