Movement Mornings Interview

Movement Mornings Interview: ABOUT STEPHEN JEPSON Stephen Jepson is an award-winning potter and former professor at the University of Central Florida in Orlando who believes the secret to life is to “just keep moving.” He’s committed to researching and documenting his theories for lifetime fitness and is available for speaking engagements. EPISODE SUMMARY In this first episode of Movement Mornings, we’re…

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Flash–For Immediate Release–Flash

75-year-old Stephen Jepson is about to repeat a physical feat he did (accomplished) 59 years ago in 1957 when he was 16. In 57 young Jepson swam the largest natural lake in his home state of Iowa. In his mid-60s Stephen became completely paralyzed in the upper right quadrant of his torso. He could not…

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I recently wrote my first “press release”…

Stephen Jepson in the swim mask in 1950. Just beginning my swimming experiences that would continue for a lifetime. Little fellow on the left is Jack Holmes; a childhood friend and someone I am in contact these days. Friends for 65 years, that’s pretty amazing. I recently wrote my first “press release”. I am looking…

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Swim across Spirit Lake 59 years after his first swim in 1957

Swam a mile yesterday    Saturday May 28, 2016.  The last time I swam a mile was in 2011.  That was the year I swam across the largest natural lake in Iowa for the fifth time.  When I swim Spirit Lake on Friday, July 29, 2016 it will be the sixth time. I will be swimming across…

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Fitness is a way of life

Lacombe crowd gains playful advice on healthy living. John MacNeil, Lacombe Globe Friday, June 12, 2015 2:08:57 MDT PM Internationally renowned fitness guru Stephen Jepson poses with Burman University student and Physical Education Centre employee Kristen Clark (left) and personal trainer Cortney Taylor after his health presentation, Never Leave the Playground, last Wednesday night at…

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The Ido Portal & Movement Camp in Phuket, Thailand

The Ido Portal & Movement Camp in Phuket, Thailand Hi Everyone, I am on my way to: I will be speaking at The Ido Portal & Movement Camp in Phuket, Thailand, May 2013. The Movement Culture represents a contemporary paradigm shift in physicality, moving us away from main culprits in movement and fitness as well as…

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Hello everyone from Long Beach, California

Hello everyone from Long Beach, California! I have only been here a short time from my hotel in Costa Mesa but my dance card has been totally filled with a variety of activities which I will subsequently describe and two very interesting human beings. I have been treated royally since arriving here. My hostess Margaret…

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American Parkour Interview Stephen Jepson

Wenxin Yang sat down with a very interesting man. Stephen Jepson a 74 year old mover. Check out his interview below. I’ve had the absolutely pleasure of interviewing Stephen Jepson the other day. An ex ceramics professor, he now spends his days practicing, playing, and spreading the message of “Never Leave the Playground.” We had…

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The Wellness Couch Interview with Stephen Jepson

Hi There! I wanted to share my recent interview with you! To Listen, Please follow the links here: Click Here for Part 1 of 2 or follow link: http://thewellnesscouch.com/100no/100no-93-stephen-jepson-never-leave-the-playground Click Here for Part 2 of 2 or follow link: http://thewellnesscouch.com/100no/100no-94-stephen-jepson-part-2-never-leave-the-playground Please share with a friend! Warmly Stephen Jepson The Wellness Couch is the brainchild of the hosts of Australia’s #1 health…

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Waterman Village in Mount Dora, Florida Video

Hello There! On May 15 at Waterman Village in Mount Dora, Florida I had the wonderful experience of sharing my thoughts and ideas about health and well-being with a warm and receptive audience. It was a packed house and there was lots of laughter. Please view the video, and if you like it, please share….

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