Jessica Cox was born without arms. The doctors do not know why she was born “differently-abled.” But she does. Jessica has made achievements with her feet that most people only dream of. Now she shares her story with people around the world.
Joel Bennett, Ph.D. discusses the new Train the Trainer certificate courses: Resilience & Thriving: The Secret Power of Stress" and "Empowered Health Consciousness & Prescription Drugs: The Wellness Alternative".
A psychiatrist and internationally known expert in mindfulness training for addictions, Brewer has developed and tested novel mindfulness programs for habit change, including both in-person and app-based treatments for smoking, emotional eating, and anxiety.
Recognized as a leading female entrepreneur by national awards panels, Anne Marie Kirby has been at the forefront of health and wellness innovation — leading the team in developing sophisticated corporate wellness technology that empowers the wellness innovators of tomorrow. In this interview, she talks about the future of wellness technology, and what is working right now on the cutting edge.
The winner of WELCOA's the Top Wellness Professional in the U.S. in 2015 speaks about owning your success, guarding your health, building a culture of trust and trusting yourself, nourishing relationships, and what's next.
Wellness Undergroud co-founder Brian Passon takes great joy in being constructively disruptive and helping people and organizations think and act in ways that facilitate their success and see what really is possible. In this interview, he discusses how he helps people and organizations to inspire more meaningful, strategic and joyful employee experiences.
The author of Wellness Coaching For Lasting Lifestyle Change talks about how the current model of wellness work is shifting, coaching for connectedness, Araham Maslow's concept of self-actualization, and so much more.
Part 2 of Interview: Eben Alexander III, MD and Karen Newell discuss their new book, Living in a Mindful Universe, and ways we can all access our higher consciousness through practices such as meditation and incorporating Sacred Acoustics.
Jennie Trotter, Executive Director of the Wholistic Stress Control Institute in Atlanta, GA, shares with Jeff and Carrie how she came to create an organization that helps the members of her community reduce stress and become their best selves.
Laura Putnam, workplace wellness expert, explains to Jeff and Carrie what the companies that do wellness best are doing that the other companies aren't - and how you can incorporate those best practices into your own company's culture.
Lisa Schmidt, of Scottsdale, AZ's Mindful Benefits, discusses the importance of incorporating mindfulness into your corporate culture, and the kinds of impacts that can be realized from integrating these kinds of wellness practices.