W.O.W. Chats Part 1!
These W.O.W. Chats are candid, clear and concise Words Of Wisdom gathered from people I respect and admire; professionals and friends that I have connected with throughout my travels across the globe in 2017. This compilation is Part 1 of 4 of the 2017 interview collection of brilliant and binge-worthy tidbits of insight, information, life lessons, and more. Hope you enjoy!
Professor Lorimer Moseley, one of the world’s leading and most respected pain researchers talks about the difference between pain science education and understanding pain. Hear his perspective on passion vs clarity, and why we should be open to challenging our own biases and not always surrounding ourselves with people who only agree with us.
Lorimer Moseley W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Lorimer’s work: http://www.bodyinmind.org/who-are-we/
Dr. Baxter Bell, physician and yoga therapist, contemplates how to balance sincerity with “following a plan” when we are teaching or communicating. How can we prioritize both authenticity and preparation/rehearsal? Baxter has a unique perspective on what it means to be authentic.
Baxter Bell W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Baxter’s work: www.baxterbell.com
Dr. Nydia Tijerina Darby, founder of Nydia’s Yoga Therapy in San Antonio, Texas, explores the concept of letting go and trusting, versus effort and work. She shares her journey of ‘pushing too hard’ and now trying a different approach. Enjoy some yoga philosophy on how to surrender and contentment with discipline and effort.
Nydia Tijerina Darby W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Nydia’s work: www.nydiasyogatherapy.com
Diana Perez, Physical Therapist and Professional Yoga Therapist, continues Nydia’s line of contemplation about finding the balance between letting go and trusting vs hard work and drive. She encourages us to consider what motivates our actions, our ambitions? Are we driven by fear or the motivating force of a spiritual path or dharma?
Diana Perez W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Diana’s work: www.dianaperezpt.com
Dr. Ginger Garner, founder and director of the Professional Therapy Institute, offers the one piece of advice she would give people, if given the opportunity. Digging deeper, the “reality” of people being able to truly ‘live their dreams is explored.
Ginger Garner W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Ginger’s work: www.gingergarner.com