Kortney joins us on this episode. A series of health issues stemming from vaccine reactions at 2 years old catalyzed a host of health issues and some dark times as a teenager with suicidal thoughts. Regaining her health by recognizing the God-given self healing, self regulating capabilities is now launching her into a career in the holistic health field.
A sister, daughter, essential oils coach, photographer, and nutraphoria student; youth, fear, hormone swings, and inexperience were no excuse to play victim to her circumstances.
Jordan joins us with her reality of grief. Being a primary care taker for 8 years for a husband battling brain cancer and raising a toddler at the same time, her health disciplines are what kept her strong. The road was never easy, it still isn’t, as life threw more at her with the sudden death of her sister a year after her husband passed away. Find comfort in Jordan’s story that you have the strength to keep pushing too. Health isn’t just about what goes into your mouth or what body parts are moving but the community built that lifts you up in the midst of the storms.
Today I turn 40. I don’t feel like 40. Though I don’t know what 40 is supposed to feel like. I don’t look like 40, but again, what does that mean? But what I do know is I’m getting older. And so are my clients. And none of us want to let that get out of control.
Amanda and I got off to an interesting start when she called me a quack to my face. At her wits end, dealing with chronic hip and back pain that was robbing her of running, the potential for a second child, and contributing to emotional swings due to pain, we created some common ground. Adding to her frustration was the chronic ear infections her daughter was experiencing with no answers except more antibiotics and tubes.
Many try and out meditate their worry, fear, or anger. I guess that’s better than trying to out medicate them or drinking them away. But I don’t think this was Read More
Jamie has struggled with digestive issues, ADHD, hormone problems, and weight issues for years. Join us as she discusses her journey and how she is using that to impact YOUR kids on a school district nutritional level.
A wife, mother, dietician, and community nutritional leader; digestive issues as a kid, ADHD as a teen and young adult, and hormone and weight issues have been no excuse to play victim to her circumstances.
Vanessa has always been ‘bigger and curvier’ which created a negative perceived self value growing up. Join us as she discusses the past, present and potential future struggle in not only breaking down those emotional barriers but making sure her kids don’t follow suite. With the emotional slap in the face from having a sibling pass away, it was at this point that she had to make a change or else.
A wife, mother, business owner, CrossFit enthusiast and now a yoga teacher; anorexia, depression, and chronic pain have been no excuse to play victim to her circumstances.
This one is especially pertinent to the ladies.
The one thing 40-60 year old men can’t afford to do. According to John Woodall, there are 5 seasons in a man’s life. Birth – 20: Foundation. You’re being influenced Read More
Josh, going from a collegiate baseball player to being 60 lbs over weight, had a wake up call when he suffered with some panic attacks and really no answers from the doctors other than, ‘take this antidepressant.’ Listen in on his journey to get healthy, the real life struggles of being his own advocate, and the way he looks at his darkest point with health as a blessing and with gratitude.
A husband, father, minister, and real estate agent; obesity, panic attacks, and fatigue have been no reason for Josh to be a victim to his circumstance.
Russ has always had a life of high achievement from military, powerlifting, and running his own business. A rude awakening was realized on the 1 year anniversary of his son’s death that he faced open heart surgery. Join us he shares the series events that lead him to shifting his focus from performance to health stewardship.
An Army vet, husband, father, and a competitor powerlifter; sleep apnea, atrial fibrillation, and heart valve replacement has been no excuse for Russ to be a victim to his circumstance.