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 4 of 4 of the 2017 interview collection of brilliant and binge-worthy tidbits of insight, information, life lessons, and more.
Hope you enjoy!
Michele Theoret is a teacher, yoga therapist, wellness coach, founder of Empowered Yoga and author of Empowered Body. She emphasizes the importance of being present (current), in relationship (connected), and curious (creative) as the qualities essential to answering her own question, “How the hell do I put ‘this’ into practice?”
Michele Theoret W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Michele’s work: www.empoweredyoga.ca
Jules Mitchell, highly respected biomechanist educator for yoga teachers, says, “I love when I go teach and students question me.” Learn what Jules thinks is lacking in the yoga community and hear one piece of advice that she has for all teachers (that can be applied to humanity, too)!
Jules Mitchell W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Jules’ work: www.julesmitchell.com
Dr. Matthew Taylor, physical therapist, yoga therapist, and mentor to many, reflects on the dilemma of knowing when it’s no longer healthy to sustain a challenging relationship. Matthew explores the process of self-care, which includes awareness, strength, compassion, and resiliency, and the importance of humility and community.
Matthew Taylor W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Matthew’s work: www.smartsafeyoga.com
Michael Lee, founder of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy and father of 5, reflects on the art of change. Have you ever wanted to change a habit (who hasn’t?), had powerful intentions to do so, and yet still remain stuck in that same rut? Michael offers pieces of advice on how to climb out–how to get unstuck and realize the changes we desire.
Michael Lee W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Michael’s work: www.pryt.com
Dr. Scotty Butcher, University of Saskatchewan Professor at the School of Physical Therapy and co-founder of BOSS Strength Institute, tackles some debatable issues when he explores how ‘load’ should not be considered a “4-letter word” in rehabilitation. He shares his opinion on how physiotherapists may be falling short in their role of helping patients to prevent injury and maintain health.
Scotty Butcher W.O.W. Chat HERE
more about Scotty’s work: www.synergystrength.ca/scotty-butcher/