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WRM019: Michael Lipson – Using Somatic Work for Men’s Growth

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 …

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WRM018: Sarah Jeffreys – Using Nature & Eco-Somatic Work to Heal Trauma

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 …

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WRM017: Jayme Moye – Wisdom & Lessons from an Award-Winning Adventure-Travel Writer

What would it take to leave a cush tech job to embark on a crazy career path in adventure travel writing – a competitive profession only a few succeed at? Even more, what would it take to thrive in that new profession and become an international award-winning adventure and travel writer?  And how would you …

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WRM016: Betsy Chasse – Author & Producer of “What the Bleep Do We Know?!”

Betsy Chasse is most known as the author & producer of “What the Bleep Do We Know?!” But a better description is the way she describes herself: “What I really am is a person—a woman, a mom, a human being trying to make sense of life. Exploring all the possibilities, evolving, changing, listening and being …

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WRM015: Ned Tibbits – Finding Purpose & Passion in the Great Outdoors for 50 Years

Ned Tibbits has a passion for the lifestyle that’s lasted over a half century.  He is the founder and head of Mountain Education, an organization dedicated to helping others learn how to survive & thrive in the outdoors. But his journey began when he was a kid in scouting, and deepened in his teens.  As …

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WRM014: Carla King – Author, Explorer and “Missadventuring” Motorcyclist

Imagine being a blond woman traveling through remote China in the late 90s. Where few Westerners had ever gone. On a rickety motorcycle.  Alone. That’s just one of Carl King’s many adventures.  She’s also ridden motorcycles all over the world.  And a bicycle through West Africa.  Again … alone. And then there’s her creative and professional …

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Darcy Gaecther - First Woman to Kayak the Amazon River

WRM013: Darcy Gaechter – 1st Woman to Kayak Amazon River from Source to Sea

There are adventurers … and then there are adventurers.  In this podcast I interview Darcy Gaechter, the first (and only) woman to kayak the entire length of the Amazon River.   148 days. 4300 miles.  Class V whitewater. Narcos. River tribes that have killed foreigners.  And so much more.  What was it like to do it? …

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WRM012: Theresa Byrne on Turning Trauma into Transformation

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.  …

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Ellie Briggs and Loki

WRM011: Ellie Briggs on Climbing All of Colorado’s 14,000-foot Peaks with Her Husky

Visualize being close to 14,000 feet on a challenging peak in Colorado. You’re looking at a knife ridge on Capitol Peak that separates you from the summit. It falls off so deeply on both sides that if you fall … you die. And it’s not just you climbing it … your dog is also attempting …

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WRM010: Why We Need Wild Places – Interview with Ed Cannady

From a kid trying to escape Oklahoma to spending winters alone in Alaska to being a ranger in Idaho to cancer survivor to becoming a voice for the wilderness … Ed Cannady has led a rich and full life. In this interview he shares what he’s learned from a lifetime of interest in wild places. …

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