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Wellness For Makers
49 minutes | 6 days ago
Abundance for Creatives with Heidi Lowe
Heidi Lowe is a life long artist, a jeweler, an educator, and life and business coach! She is also an incredible friend and mentor. Heidi is the owner of Heidi Lowe Gallery. I worked as a summer intern for Heidi while I was in grad school and I seriously loved every moment. Not only did I learn more about running a gallery, business, and living a life as a jeweler, It also inspired me to dive deep and do some inner work. Heidi always asks the best questions to help identify what is holding you back in your creative journey. She teaches makers like you how to do the inner work required to create the financial freedom you desire.
7 minutes | 20 days ago
The Artist Hustle is Real! So why is there such a disconnect when talking to loved ones about what we do? Feeling supported is often apart of our emotional well-being and mental health. Dive in to this episode, to hear my story and get a Missy Pep Talk! Because let's face it, you're amazing and deserve one! xo
35 minutes | 23 days ago
Tools for Resilience with Emiko Oye
emiko oye is a Japanese American artist who creates bold and colorful jewelry with repurposed LEGO® - from her emikooreware ready-to-wear line, to one-of-a-kind, conceptual work inspired by haute couture, art history, David Bowie, Nonviolent Communication and Mindfulness. Once the 2020 pandemic hit, she pivoted to put full focus on her wellness offerings and creating community, as the collective need for ease and how to deal with the unsurmountable barrage of stressors was palpable. Empowering others to find their inner stillness and build resilience with these mind-body self-care tools feels of utmost importance as is her driving force. She is certified in Relax and Renew® Restorative Yoga (Level 2), Forrest Yoga (300+hrs), Monnier Method Hatha Yoga (200 hrs). She has trained extensively with Ana Forrest (Forrest Yoga), and continues to study with Sue Hitzmann (MELT), Judith Hanson Lasater (Restorative Yoga, Experiential Anatomy), and Oren Jay Sofer (Nonviolent Communication). Emiko is hosting a Well-Being Gathering virtual event + Stand with Asian Americans fundraiser! They have a matching donor who will match up to $1K of what they raise. https://emikooyoga.com/wellbeing-gathering Facebook link: https://fb.me/e/7YGzMs65I AAPI Links: Standwithasianamericans.com StopAAPIhate.org Asian Americans Advancing Justice
9 minutes | a month ago
There is a difference between stress and burnout. Let's dive in and talk about the two. At the end of the episode, I will guide you through a grounding exercise that you can come back to again and again. Enjoy! Let's connect on instagram. www.instagram.com/wellnessformakers
54 minutes | 3 months ago
Wiggle While You Work with Tyler Benner of Venn Design
I am so excited to introduce today’s guest, Tyler Benner. Tyler is former US Archery Olympic level archer, author, and the Founder of Venn Design a company dedicated to creating furniture designed for human movement. I reached out to Tyler because I love Venn Design’s Air Chair, a Stability ball that is beautifully crafted with you in mind to help you move, bend, and wiggle while you work! Inspired by stability balls, Tyler set out to make a piece of upholstered furniture that had a pleasing temperature for sitting and utilized a beautiful design for you to enjoy having it in your space rather than hiding it away. Each piece is beautifully crafted by hand in Salem, Oregon. Venn Air Chairs come in two sizes and a range of colors, styles, and designs, including the newly launched NASA / Solar Series and premium Pendleton Wool Jacquards! In this week’s conversation, Tyler invites us to surround ourselves with objects that encourage movement in hopes that we will live life longer with greater mobility. Let’s dive in to learn more! Click Here to learn more about Venn Design Follow @Venndesign on Instagram Learn more about Tyler
8 minutes | 3 months ago
5 Tips to Reconnecting with Massage
Valentine’s Day Weekend is here! I know your weekend might look a bit different this year than it has in the past. But don’t worry. You can show your love, affection, and appreciation to your partner, friend, roommate, and yourself without going to a fancy spa or restaurant. Massage is a great way to intentionally reconnect. In this episode, I share 5 tips to reconnecting with massage!
7 minutes | 3 months ago
Aching Hands? Try this.
Aching hands, wrists, and forearms? I've been there! In this episode, I share a few of my favorite techniques for finding relief. Visit www.wellnessformakers.com/shop to access the Bundle mentioned in the episode and use the code "PODCAST" at check out to get 10% off your order.
35 minutes | 4 months ago
Improve Your Mental Health with Leon Mueller CEO & Co-Founder of Bloom
Today’s guest is Leon Mueller, the CEO & Co-Founder of Bloom. An interactive video self-therapy app that empowers users to be their own therapist. Bloom’s interactive short videos guide you through CBT exercises personalized to your needs. Think fitness for your mind! Leon was born in Germany and later studied Finance & Business in the UK. He resides in New York where he continues his mission to help unlock everyone’s full potential. https://www.enjoybloom.com Follow @enjoybloom on Instagram
33 minutes | 5 months ago
Being Comfortable with Who You Are with John Furniss a.k.a "The Blind Woodsman"
This week's guest is John Furniss a.k.a "The Blind Woodsman”! His story is filled with adversity, resilience, and strength. At the age of 16, he survived a suicide attempt and then learned how to navigate the world through total blindness. John also overcame years of battling addiction. Today this story fuels his artistic woodworking and serves as a beacon of light and hope in his motivational speeches. www.furnissstudios.com www.instagram.com/theblindwoodsman/ Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
10 minutes | 5 months ago
My Chair Review of the Soul Seat
A few episodes back, I interviewed Pack Matthews of the Soul Seat. We talked about movement, seated posture, and more. I have now been using the Soul Seat for over a month so I decided to offer my review. Check out the Soul Seat here and get 15% off when you use the code WELLNESSFORMAKERS at checkout. https://www.ikariadesign.com/shop
31 minutes | 5 months ago
Are You Pacing Yourself? With Chloe Benjamin
Chloe Benjamin is the author of THE IMMORTALISTS, a New York Times bestseller that has been translated into over thirty languages, and THE ANATOMY OF DREAMS, which received the Edna Ferber Fiction Book Award. She is also a passionate knitter. In this episode, we discuss some of the injuries that Chloe experienced as a result of making. She shares some valuable tips that she learned along the way. https://www.chloebenjaminbooks.com https://www.instagram.com/chloekbenjamin/ https://www.greenapplebooks.com https://www.boswellbooks.com/opening-letter-0
8 minutes | 5 months ago
Ignoring Pain Signals
In this episode, I share my thoughts on the way that pain communicates with us. I mention free resources to check out. FREE MINI-COURSE: NECK & SHOULDER RELIEF FREE GUIDE: HAPPY HEALTHY HANDS
22 minutes | 6 months ago
Navigating Health & Wellness through Art with Cheyenne Diaz of Womanly
Womanly Magazine provides accessible health information to women and non-binary people through visual and literary art. Listen to my conversation with Cheyenne Diaz to learn more about the incredible work they are up to! https://womanlymag.com/
6 minutes | 7 months ago
In this episode, I lead you through a breathing exercise called Square Breathing. Your breath is an incredibly amazing tool. We often take it for granted because it is always with us, but learning to access it and focus on it can help us reconnect to our physical body when we’re going through hard things. So come to a comfortable seat and let's begin.
4 minutes | 7 months ago
Movement and Emotions. Do they Connect?
Have you ever considered how your emotions impact your body on a physical level? When you are stressed do you clench your jaw or your fists, shrug your shoulders up towards you ears, bite your lip, pull your hair? Let's dive in to learn more about how our emotions and movements connect.
34 minutes | 7 months ago
Which Chair Should I Use? With Pack Matthews
Have you ever wondered which chair is the right chair for you and your studio practice? Then you are in the right place! Today’s guest is Pack Matthews! Pack is the Founder of Ikaria Design Company and the Makers of the Soul Seat! The Soul Seat is a bi-level chair designed to help you increase variety in your movements while working! The goal of the soul seat is to alleviate chronic pain caused by a sedentary lifestyle and get you moving! Pack is known for his Ted Talk “Sitting is the new smoking”. I am so excited to share this conversation with you! Soul Seat is offering listeners 15% with the promo code "WellnessForMakers" https://mysoulseat.com
27 minutes | 8 months ago
Living Well On the Road With Madison Hampton
Have you ever wanted to live and make on the road? Then you are in the right place! Madison Hampton is the Founder of Vancrafted studio. That’s right, a jewelry studio founded on wheels. Madison, Her husband Gage, and their adorable Australian Shepherd, spent years living, making, and running a successful jewelry business on the road. What does this have to do with Wellness? More than you might think. Follow Madison: instagram.com/vancraftedstudio/ https://www.vancraftedstudio.com
12 minutes | 8 months ago
What's New with Wellness for Makers
Listen in on what's new with the Wellness for Makers website. Learn more about From the Ground Up a 6 Week Wellness Immersion. And find out what's next for Wellness for Makers! Join the Immersion! https://www.wellnessformakers.com/from-the-ground-up-6-week-immersion Learn more about Kajabi : https://app.kajabi.com/r/ht77BmUa/t/dafge5at
10 minutes | 9 months ago
Have you heard about the minimal shoe movement? In this episode, I explain what a minimal shoe is and why I've found them to be beneficial. Links Mentioned: Lems Shoes Xero Shoes Vivo Barefoot From the Ground Up
27 minutes | 9 months ago
Neuroscience meets Art and Design with Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya
Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya is neuroscientist who has developed her own approach to art and design. She is a multidisciplinary artist, educator, TED speaker, and STEM advocate who works at the intersection of art, tech, science and social justice. In this episode, Amanda shares her story and explains what we can do as makers to help our brains age well. Amanda’s Website: https://www.alonglastname.com
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