[00:00-02:30] Introduction: Jenna introduces the episode, discussing the theme of rupture and repair within the Pilates industry. She expresses gratitude for the listeners' support and stays loyal to the show over the past almost 10 years.
[02:31-08:45] The Importance of Acknowledging Ruptures: Jenna discusses the challenge of repairing ruptures and addressing implicit bias in the Pilates profession. The need for psychological safety in the workplace and effective leadership is also highlighted.
[08:46-13:20] Understanding Power Dynamics: The speaker talks about the concept of "power over" versus "power with" or "power to," and the challenges of forming new bonds of trust after a negative experience in the Pilates profession. The importance of creating an environment where employees feel safe to speak up is emphasized.
[13:21-18:50] The Impact of Betrayal and Rebuilding Trust: Jenna discusses the anxious attachment to the Pilates method and the leaders within the method, and how inadequacy can lead to a sense of betrayal and difficulty in forming new relationships and trust. The choices individuals make, such as opening small, intimate studios or resigning themselves to teaching in quiet spaces, are acknowledged.
[18:51-22:15] Critique of Pilates Culture: Jenna criticizes the ability for the Pilates profession to handle interpersonal ruptures and advocates for a more progressive approach to conflict resolution. She expresses dissatisfaction with the limited impact of one-liner statements in today's culture and advocates for taking concrete next steps toward improvement.
[22:16-26:45] Building a Positive Team Dynamic: Jenna shares personal struggles with trust and rebuilding relationships, emphasizing the importance of a problem-solving culture in creating engagement and loyalty in a community or work environment. The impact of corporate culture on navigating difficult situations is discussed, urging listeners to share their thoughts and expand the community.
[26:46-30:00] Conclusion and Self-Care: Jenna wraps up the episode by expressing appreciation for the audience and urging self-care and building strong bonds within immediate communities. She also promotes her book, "You're Doing a Great Job: The Movement Teacher's Guide to Fearless Teaching," available in print on Amazon and as a digital download on her website.