Monday, January 16th 2016
Join me on Monday 16th at noon PT on The Dr. Theresa Nicassio Show with Kate Maliha from Love Your Age on HealthyLife.net – All Positive Talk Radio to learn about how the brain and mood are affected by exercise.
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Loving Your Age: Forming Heart and Soul Based Connections through Exercise Practices
Kate will be talking about some of the ways we can bring our brains, minds, and hearts along when we exercise. She will discuss how concepts such as neuroplasticity, biophilia, and functional exercise are valuable for healthy aging, and will link these ideas to social connections and a healthy planet. Kate will also share how she incorporates her young children in her business by emphasizing the importance of service to others.
About Kate Maliha
Kate is an expert on functional exercise for healthy aging. She teaches community-based workshops to mid-life and older adults, continuing-education workshops to fitness and health professionals, and operates both HomeBodies Gerokinesiology and Love Your Age Fitness in Vancouver B.C. Kate has an MA in Human Kinetics and is certified as a Medical Exercise Specialist and as a Functional Aging Specialist. Her career as a leader in the fitness and health has spanned over 25 years, from managing fitness programs at private clubs such as Ottawa’s The Sussex Club on Rideau Drive and the Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton Club, to conducting socio-cultural health research on exercise and aging at U.B.C., and writing about healthy aging for numerous magazines, journals, and on-line publications.
Books Kate Mahila Recommends
Eco-Physiology and Eco-Psychology
Kellert, Stephen R. and Edward O. Wilson, Editors. The Biophilia Hypothesis. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 1993
Louv, Richard. Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, N.C. 2008
Eco-Physiology and Eco-Psychology
Valerie F Glawell, Daniel K Brown, Carly Wood, Gavin R Sandercock and Jo L Barton. The Great Outdoors: How a Green Exercise Environment Can Benefit All. Extreme Physiology & Medicine 2013;2:3
Cognition and Exercise
Barha, C.K, Galea, L.A., Nagamatsu, LS, Erikson, KI, Liu-Ambrose, T. Personalising Exercise Recommendations for Brain Health: Considerations and Future Directions. BR J Sports Med, Nov. 17, 2016.
Best, JR, Chiu BK, Liang Hsu C, Nagamatsu LS, Liu-Ambraose, T. Long Term Effects of Resistance Exercise Training on Cognition and Brain Volume in Older Women: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 2015 Nov;21(10): 745-56.
Lindsay S. Nagamatsu, , Leon Flicker, Arthur F. Kramer, Michelle W. Voss, Kirl l. Erickson, Chun Liang Hsu, an Teresa Liu-Ambrose. Exercise is Medicine for the Body and the Brain. Br J Sports Med. 2014 Jun; 48(12): 943-944
Mood and Exercise
Bishop, J. J. (2015). The impact of physical activity on anxiety and depression symptoms in community-dwelling older adults. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A, 75.
Pasco, J. A., Williams, L. J., Jacka, F. N., Henry, M. J., Coulson, C. E., Brennan, S. L., & … Berk, M. (2011). Habitual physical activity and the risk for depressive and anxiety disorders among older men and women. International Psychogeriatrics
Poelke, G., Ventura, M. I., Byers, A. L., Yaffe, K., Sudore, R., & Barnes, D. E. (2016). Leisure activities and depressive symptoms in older adults with cognitive complaints. International Psychogeriatrics, 28(1), 63-69.
Paulo, T. S., Tribess, S., Sasaki, J. E., Meneguci, J., Martins, C. A., Freitas Jr., I. F., & … Virtuoso Jr., J. S. (2016). A Cross-Sectional Study of the Relationship of Physical Activity with Depression and Cognitive Deficit in Older Adults. Journal Of Aging And Physical Activity, 24(2), 311-321.
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February 27, 2017: Dr. Alessio Fasano – CELIAC DISEASE, GLUTEN & THE GUT (LISTEN NOW)
March 27, 2017: Logan Seelye – EMPOWERED POST SPINAL CORD INJURY
April 3, 2017: Michael Ayalon – POSITIVE CHANGE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES
April 10, 2017: Pitz Quattrone – HOW THE DIDGERIDOO SAVED MY LIFE
April 17, 2017: Haely Lindau – FIGHTING CANCER WITH FOOD
April 24, 2017: Dr. Saul Pilar – SALT INTAKE & HEALTH
May 1, 2017: Leeza Steindorf – CONNECTED PARENT – EMPOWERED CHILD
May 8, 2017: Barbara Jaffe – WHEN WILL I BE GOOD ENOUGH?
May 15, 2017: Layne Lieberman RD – BEYOND THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET
May 22, 2017: Janet Rollings Walmsley & Jenny Story – AUTISM: A MOTHER-DAUGHTER LOVE STORY
May 29, 2017: Jane Grueber – URBAN FRONT YARD FARM PROJECT
June 5, 2017: Dr. Lorne Brown – FOOD & FERTILITY
June 12, 2017: Ivy Tobin – THE SOCIETY FOR RECOVERING DOORMATS
June 19, 2017: Michelle Emson – TRANS MOMPRENEUR SHARES HER STORY
June 26, 2017: Shirley Plant – PREVENTING SITTING DISEASE
July 3, 2017: Melvin Bray – STORYING INCLUSIVITY FOR KIDS
July 10, 2017: Allison Carmen – THE GIFT OF MAYBE
July 17, 2017: Dr. Jill Carnahan – MAST CELL ACTIVATION SYNDROME (MCAS)
July 24, 2017: Derek Hart – RELATIONSHIP LONGEVITY
July 31, 2017: Yvonne Heath – LOVE YOUR LIFE TO DEATH
August 14, 2017: Julia Schopick – HONEST MEDICINE
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Drs. Karin & Rick Dina – RAW FOOD NUTRITION (Topic TBA)
Bobbi Wright – BULLYING AWARENESS VIA THE PRINCESS & THE WHALE
Dr. Paul Epstein – ILLNESS AS OPPORTUNITY, PAIN AS TEACHER
Dr. Irvin Yalom – BECOMING MYSELF: A PSYCHIATRIST’S MEMOIR
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