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30 minutes | 13 days ago
A personal journey about yoga, chronic pain and recovery from addiction
In this episode, Sue and Mike are joined by Deana Lee, a certified yoga teacher in Calgary who has been leading yoga classes to students of all ages since 2010. Deana shares about how yoga has been a profound tool that has enabled her to deepen her level of connection to herself, her body, her breath, and connection to others. Her hope is that her teaching guides others to find that same connection that has helped her so much. Deana is certified in Critical alignment yoga therapy (CAT) after experiencing chronic back pain for many years. She is also a certified Yoga of 12 Step Recovery (Y12SR) leader having struggled with Addiction involving alcohol and has recently celebrated 4 years in recovery. Y12SR combines the wisdom of yoga with the practical tools of 12 step programs and anyone is welcome. The podcast ends with a surprise Humzinger question for Deana to add some fun and humour.
36 minutes | 2 months ago
Healthy eating and the mind body connection
In this episode, Sue and Mike are joined by Dr Julia Gill, a board-certified Naturopathic Doctor in Calgary, Alberta. Dr Gill believes that good health is the cornerstone of ultimate happiness and fulfillment in life and her practice focuses on nutrition, hormone balance and digestive health. She also has a special interest in the organ detox/cleansing and natural weight loss as well as treating pain, injuries and promoting relaxation and overall wellness. Growing up in the rural parts of South Korea as a child with natural village medicine influenced Dr Gill in a profound way to later become a Naturopathic Doctor. In this podcast, Dr Gill discusses the importance of nutrition as c cornerstone to a healthy mind and body, macronutrients and micronutrients. She helps people understand why the quality of our food is important, the gut-brain relationship and foods that fuel a healthier brain. The podcast ends with a surprise Humzinger question for Dr Gill to add some fun and humour.
25 minutes | 2 months ago
How to have healthy boundaries to live a happier life
In this episode, Sue and Mike are joined by Registered psychologist Kaylie Rodriguez who provides insight about when and why boundaries are needed in our lives. Kaylie has been in the psychology field for the past 14 years and a HUM team member since 2013. She is highly skilled at helping people become unstuck as they become more aware of what they need to do to have a happier and healthier life. Are you feeling tired or overwhelmed? Maybe it’s time to revisit some of your boundaries so you can carve out more time for yourself? Tune in to find out about the different types of boundaries and why they are important. Also learn about some common traps when trying to implement boundaries. Ultimately, boundaries are required for all of us to have healthy relationships.
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