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Looking for inspiration to write a song? Hear how the pandemic has sparked something good. New projects have been unearthed. Could you turn a bedroom into a recording studio? Yes! We discuss being in a band versus solo work and the unfolding of Corrina's voice through time. Plus! Corrina takes beautiful photos and succumbed to the demand for people begging for her photos and has begun creating unique gift packs to share her photography with you. Listen in for inspiration. Maybe there is some new way you could share your work with the world this year? 

Corrina Repp captivates with her music, crafting enchanting songscapes that activate all your senses. She plays the electric guitar and is a singer/songwriter unlike any other. She is an actress who was featured in 8 Portlandia episodes, and several independent films and she is a phenomenal photographer and wonderful person to be around. 

A little bio about her from www.allmusic.com. Written by Katherin Fulton

“Specializing in sparse, fragile songs that favor the electric guitar, singer/songwriter Corrina Repp emerged from the music scene of Portland, Oregon in the late '90s. After releasing her fourth album, 2006's The Absent and the Distant, she focused on the indie rock band Tu Fawning (2007-2012) before reviving her solo career with The Pattern of Electricity in 2015. Repp has also acted in films and on television, including a recurring role on IFC's Portlandia.

Settling in the Pacific Northwest after frequent childhood relocations, Repp began her career as a musician thanks to a part-time job. While selling band merchandise online, she connected with the Decemberists, who were so impressed by her songs that they recommended her to Hush Records. The label released her debut album, A Boat Called Hope, in 1998. The CD-R EP The Other of Mud materialized a year later. Repp followed up with the albums I Take on Your Days in 2001 and It's Only the Future in 2004, both on Hush. After touring with the Decemberists, M. Ward, and Cat Power, among others, Repp released The Absent and the Distant on Mark Kozelek's Caldo Verde label in 2006.

 

Putting her solo career on hold, Repp and musician Joe Haege formed the band Tu Fawning with Toussaint Perrault and Liza Reitz in 2007. They released a pair of albums for the City Slang label (2010's Hearts on Hold and 2012's A Monument) and toured throughout the U.S. and Europe. After Tu Fawning disbanded in late 2012, Repp took on several acting roles in small independent films and appeared on multiple episodes of the popular Portland-based sketch-comedy show Portlandia. In 2015, she resumed her solo career with her fifth LP, The Pattern of Electricity. It arrived via Caldo Verde. A joint release between sonaBLAST! and Jealous Butcher Records, How a Fantasy Will Kill Us All, followed in 2018.” -https://www.allmusic.com/artist/corrina-repp-mn0000123043/biography

OOh, and I’m shifting the format of the podcast a little and offering you about half the episode here for the general public. If you wanna join the inner circle for sparkly bonuses and to hear the full conversation  join Patreon at patreon.com/thymeinthestudio.  You can hear the full unedited version that includes behind the scenes chats about love, money, and a special tarot reading for Ms. Repp. 

Why do this? I thought it would be nice to offer 2 options- some condensed wisdom for all and the full length version for those who can’t get enough. :)

OOh and thanks to Corrina for allowing me to play part of her song, “Release Me”  for the intro. Listen to the end to her part of another song, “Need you/Don’t Need You”

Find her on instagram @corrinarepp 

Links:

https://www.instagram.com/corrinarepp/

https://www.instagram.com/patternofelectricity/

https://corrinarepp.bandcamp.com/

 

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Big thanks to you for your support, for listening and for doing what you do!Lets jump in! cha cha cha. Linkshttps://www.instagram.com/buwalda.wellness/https://www.instagram.com/eyesofbuwalda/Thyme in the Studio links:https://www.patreon.com/thymeinthestudiohttps://www.etsy.com/shop/AidaZeaArtshttps://www.instagram.com/thymeinthestudiopodcast/https://www.instagram.com/aida.zea.arts/https://www.facebook.com/groups/403582056803336/www.thymeinthestudio.comhttps://www.aidazea.comContact me: [email protected] by @corrinarepphttps://www.instagram.com/corrinarepp/ Topics covered:Long Version available on Patreon:MeditationBehind the scenesKintsugiHilma af KlimtAccessible artEnneagramCriticism and feedbackShort version:What brings us togetherHelping, healing connectingChildhoodBirth orderAspirationalPerformanceRitual of costume choreography and productionGotham writing coursesMoving to musicBabies dance to the beatHeartbeat as the drumbeatImpulse to move to musicHonoring teachersJacques d'Amboise-as an influential teacher1st thing we ever hear is the heartbeatBig bang and the big moveStudying with Christine WrightStarting class with meditationStarting from our sensesGrasping when a fish out of waterLanguage centers in the brainAnalytical in danceGetting back to the lower part of the brainOverintellectualizingDance tranceLess about what I think and more about what I feelMusic and dance work together in cross hemisphere. Feeling safe allows for deeper creative explorationAuditioning processPrinciples of ayurvedaTechniques to get groundedSensitivity during the creative processEnergy visible in the body.MagnetismPulling in and channeling energyStar energy meditationDrama/wisdom of Martha GrahamExpansion and contractionPhysicality helps to landBeing tired can increase mental claritySense of devotion to being considerate to work no matter whatFeeling pulled in too many directions“I’m ok with being ok”Balancing needs of self and otherChallenge with letting go of expectationsDoes balance exist?Can exist personally if we check in with our prioritiesAlignmentWhat are small winsThinking month to month12 week yearGratitude practiceLetting goMourning being uprootedFamiliarityCreating a new homeSimplifyingLiberation in reinventionTeaching onlineAdapting to teach through zoomNew York City BalletCreative outlets are essentialWriting and journalingFreewriting courses with GothamDancing and cleaningDance breaksSinging breaks to uplift the spiritRitual of walking a dogHumor of having a petGaining a pet during this time has been helpfulImportance of touch during this time of isolationSelf massage, bathing to bring circulation and warmthCommunity and smiling and making eye contact and conversationInvesting in local communitiesTalk therapyText therapyTap into vulnerabilityWhen you can get a hug, get a hugWhat is thai massageThai massage training with Sarah SeeleyIntuitive Thai therapyTraining at Maha Rose NorthThe significance of being in our 40’sTraining in ColoradoRock Climbing over a rail road track in ColoradoCredit to 1st boyfriendAmazing impressions people can make on youMount EverestJohn KrakauerKilimanjaroQuietly strong influenceDiscover Outdoors
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    What do you want to hear about? I asked. You told me.Immunity, exhaustion and doula stories were your most most requested topics.So I swirled together some stories and practical info for you into this one brief episode. Some herbs that help protect you immune system, herbs for autoimmune conditions, a little info about adaptogens and remedies for fatigue and exhaustion.  I also dove into the struggles of doula work and how you can better show up for mamas, birthing people, families and yourself.  So please feel free to message me on instagram if there are topics you want me to dive into in the future. I’m gonna touch on each of these topics briefly today and invite you to do a creative challenge with me for the next month. I’m taking December off from the podcast but realized I’m really gonna miss you!So if you wanna join, just draw a plant, flower or herb and tag me with @thymeinthestudiopodcast. I’ll share a few of your drawings each week and at the end of December I’ll choose 1 artist to interview. I’ve started a new 100 day project of drawing a little each day and sharing at saramariestudio and feels so good to sit with a plant, notice its messages and just draw for a little each day. Such a great meditation. Ooh and if you live in Georgia or know someone who does, please urge them to register to vote before December 5 and request a mail in ballot. That little runoff election will determine a lot of what happens or doesn’t happen in the next 4 years. The podcast is taking a vacation and will return in January 2021!Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!Thyme in the Studio links:https://www.patreon.com/thymeinthestudiohttps://www.etsy.com/shop/AidaZeaArtshttps://www.instagram.com/thymeinthestudiopodcast/https://www.instagram.com/aida.zea.arts/https://www.facebook.com/groups/403582056803336/www.thymeinthestudio.comhttps://www.aidazea.comContact me: [email protected] by Aaron [email protected]
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    Medicine on the Mountain with Alpine Botanicals founder, Kate Miller

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    Curious about how to create a tropical greenhouse in the mountains of Colorado at 8500 feet? i was too! Listen for more info and we also talk about the golden handcuffs of instagram, what it has been like for her being pregnant, pivoting to doing more online business due to the pandemic and how that has shifted the business in some surprising ways. Kate also shares some very personal stories about her experiences with being pregnant and how Lyme disease and autoimmune conditions brought her to herbalism. We talk about her love for permaculture and formulation and how opening the shop has been a way of creating a community of wonderful witchy women who support each other.  We also discuss the difficulty of slowing down in this culture and the beauty and balance of asking for help and setting boundaries as we navigate new terrain.  (Bio from the website www.alpinebotanicals.com)Kate Miller is the founder of Alpine Botanicals Artisan Apothecary in Nederland, Colorado. She is a Certified Herbalist, Biodynamic herb grower and Permaculture Designer & Teacher with a focus on Dry-land & Alpine Farming, Western Herbalism, Mountain Ecology, Ethical Wildcrafting, & Habitat Restoration.She began her studies in herbal medicine and holistic nutrition as a teenager to cope with chronic physical illness, including Lyme disease and autoimmune conditions.  She is currently exploring how various modalities in alternative medicine, such as Indigenous European and Traditional Chinese Medicine, are complemented and enhanced through Anthroposophical approaches to healing.  Kate actively explores her ancestral medicine traditions from her Celtic, Ukrainian, Germanic, & Mediterranean roots.Her apothecary’s mission is to encourage personal agency over one’s health through knowledge of and access to regeneratively grown herbal medicines.  In addition to offering a full service herbal apothecary, Alpine Botanicals includes a community clinic space, a licensed herbal production kitchen, and a 900 square foot attached tropical forest greenhouse & nursery. Kate was introduced to Biodynamic farming methods in 2010 during an internship at Growing Garden's in her senior year at CU Boulder.  She received her degree in Environmental Studies with a focus on International Sustainable Agricultural Policy.  She has been intensively learning & practicing biodynamic and regenerative farming methods at the Alpine Botanicals herb farm site located in East Boulder since 2015. Our house product line features many of these biodynamically grown herbs and flowers.Kate has taught on alpine ecology, agroforestry, herbal medicine, garden strategies, fermentation, Biodynamics, and more at Permaculture Design Courses throughout Colorado including the Boulder PDC, Denver PDC, and Sunrise Ranch PDC , and Permaculture Action Days.  When she's not at the shop, working in the greenhouse, or crafting the Alpine Botanicals product line, you'll usually find Kate hiking with her husband and dog, playing in her herb garden, or recipe testing edible and topical creations in her kitchen.  She lives in a 100% off grid home just minutes away from her shop and cherishes the nurturing quiet and beauty of living on the edge the Rocky Mountain Wilderness at 8500ft.  Alpine Botanicalshttps://www.alpinebotanicals.com/https://www.instagram.com/alpine_botanicals/https://bookshop.org/Thyme in the Studio links:https://www.patreon.com/thymeinthestudiohttps://www.etsy.com/shop/AidaZeaArtshttps://www.instagram.com/thymeinthestudiopodcast/https://www.instagram.com/aida.zea.arts/https://www.facebook.com/groups/403582056803336/www.thymeinthestudio.comhttps://www.aidazea.comContact me: [email protected] by Aaron [email protected]

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