Craig: Welcome to the Movers Mindset Podcast where I interview movement enthusiasts to find out who they are, what they do, and why they do it. In this episode, Naomi Honey and Melissa Way discuss the importance of women’s experience in parkour what that means and how society impacts it. They delve into the unicorn syndrome, the polarization of genders, and how community leaders can help get more women involved. Naomi and Melissa tackle why women’s only events are important, how to create a welcoming environment and their experience with unsolicited advice. But first I’d like to ask you, what platform do you use to listen to the podcast? Please let us know by heading to moversmindset.com/survey. Hello, I’m Craig Constantine.
Melissa: I’m Melissa Way.
Naomi: I’m Naomi Honey.
Craig: Melissa Way is a member of the Movers Mindset team who works behind the scenes to help produce the podcast. Known to the team members as our guest advocate, she communicates with guests to coordinate interviews. In addition to her work on Movers Mindset, she is a traceuse and coach in her local community. Welcome Melissa.
Melissa: Thanks Craig.
Craig: Naomi Honey is both a parkour and life coach. Naomi began coaching with parkour generations in 2012 alongside of business career before quitting her desk job altogether a few years ago. She now runs her own life coaching business, Flytality, where she helps people make the life changes they really want. Most recently Naomi has become interested in Brazilian dance as a part of her movement practice. Welcome Naomi.Continue Reading…