Florian Schneider – Mixed Martial Arts Expert and World-class Adventurer Welcome to the latest episode of “What Really Matters Interviews”. I have an exciting guest for you, Florian Schneider, a martial arts expert and world class adventurer. Florian spent years mastering mixed martial arts. But he also has a spirit for adventure like few other […]
Extraordinary people working in the healing arts including somatic work, moving through trauma, etc.
How can you create somatic experiences in nature to help heal deep trauma? There’s been a revolution of sorts happening in men’s work, and “men’s groups” are becoming more popular. These are groups where men can communicate more deeply – including about their feelings – with other men. One of the goals of these groups
How can you create somatic experiences in nature to help heal deep trauma? In a world that continues to become crazier and more challenging, the number of people suffering from trauma and depression is escalating. Healing trauma and depression CAN be done, but it often takes deep work that goes way beyond “talk therapy”. Not
Theresa Byrne was at the top of her game as the most decorated female martial arts practitioner in her style. She had a 4th-degree black belt and her own dojo teaching others the art of self-defense. She was focused, determined and unstoppable – a force to be reckoned with. And then … the accident happened.
Sure, we have our personality. But is that all we are? Or are we something much, much more than that? In this interview, I talk with Mary Helen Fein. She is a master Zen practitioner and discusses – through Zen eyes – who we are, how we work, and how to integrate this knowledge into