Episode .71 with Mia Clow
Mia Clow is a music therapist working in Long Term Care facility in Toronto, Ontario as well she has a private practice and a shop on ETSY for her artwork. Her creative talents and connection to her intuition have kept her aligned with what brings her joy. She shares that joy in all the work she does.
Episode .70 with Alexa Linton
Alexa is known for lighting up her world with her infectious personality, bold facilitation style, her often irreverent, tongue-in-cheek writing, and her menagerie of a therapeutic practice, combining her degree in Kinesiology, over a decade of training in BodyTalk and animal communication, and her current passion as a 4th year student of osteopathy.
Episode .69 with Dr Katie Eastman
Dr Katie Eastman is a program development specialist and coach in the field of community engagement. She has experience in building community partnerships on the local, national and international level, especially in the non- profit sector. Her greatest skill lies in supporting community organizations who need support in how to help their residents and staff navigate transition, change and loss. Dr. Katie is called in to communities after a crisis or in recognizing a developing crisis.
Episode .67 with Tania Kindersley
Writer, reader, tutor. Human to two lurchers and two thoroughbreds.I have almost thirty years’ experience of writing, both fiction and non-fiction. I’ve also taught writing for the last few years, both to individuals and groups. I want to pass on some of that knowledge to you.
Episode .68 with Nancy Hartling
With a career focused on families and social issues, she is well versed on mental health, poverty, violence against women, and affordable housing. She has advocated extensively for socio-economic issues facing families, particularly single parents and their children. Senator Hartling is a dedicated proponent of social justice and human rights, and is an advocate for issues relating to mental health.
Episode .66 with Russell Drummond
My name is Russell Drummond. I live in North Vancouver with my fiancé. I am very fortunate to have lived briefly in Victoria BC, Fredericton NB, Pietermaritzburg South Africa, and Tanna Vanuatu. In this podcast with Heather, my first cousin once removed, I’ve described my time in Vanuatu. I hope you enjoy it!
Episode .64 with Ian Cavanagh
Ian retired from his professional career in 2016 as a Partner with EY based in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he led the IT Advisory Practice in Atlantic Canada after EY’s acquisition of Ambir. He now invests his time as a Board Member of various organizations bringing expertise in the area of technology governance and cyber-risk oversight.
Episode .65 with Kathy Price
Kathy comes from a scientific background gaining a BSc (Hons) degree inZoology in 1982. She happily admits this background gives her a healthy sceptical outlook as well as the ability to apply a scientific perspective to all of her work and discoveries.
Episode .63 with Jane Pike
To non-horsey people, it might be a stretch to see how human psychology and behaviour and horses blend together so seamlessly. I mean, don’t get me wrong, it is possible to have a horse/ rider relationship that’s purely transactional (we see it all the time across all disciplines). Where we ride for a result, and horses are just the means for us to get that result.
Episode .62 with Jim Masterson
Jim and his team of instructors continue to travel the world teaching horse owners, trainers and therapists The Masterson Method. His goal is to have every horse on the planet have experienced the Bladder Meridian Technique at least once.
Episode .61 with Angela Geddes
Angela Geddes, the sole proprietor of Soul on Fire Coaching and Equine Guided Wellness Center provides a unique experience in her “Coaching from the Barn” model where clients are supported in their own soul connection while being coached in partnership with her herd of horses. Clients are invited to connect in mind, body and spirit through the wisdom of horses and nature.
Episode .60 with Connie Cunningham
My intuition at that time came in the form of asking questions. I used to think that being intuitive or having intuition was something everyone else had. I know now that intuition is from God. A voice, an image, a connection, a knowing, a wisdom that doesn’t come from us. A calling for a relationship with a source so much bigger than ourselves.
Episode .59 with Denis Duquette
I love people and I love faces and luckily for me those two things go together.Yeah, yeah I know you hate having your photo taken.. but that's ok because after a couple of minutes with me you will forget that I'm holding a camera and you will leave thinking 'well that was a lot more fun than I anticipated'. As a photographer you can't just say 'be yourself'. You have to bring the subject to that state without them even being aware of it.
Episode .52 with Natalie Lockhart
Nat teaches adult educators the proven steps for creating HIGHLY engaged and motivated students with an easy-to-stick-with system. For the past 4 years Nat has been in the trenches with her students and it wasn’t until her boss asked her ‘how are you doing this?’ that she created her Student Engagement System. Her mission, along with graduating dozens of GED students, is to share her framework with as many teachers and adult educators as will listen!
Episode .58 with Heather Drummond
Who are energetically sensitive people? Empaths or people who are aware of the feelings of others or of the mood in a room or people who get affected just by being out in public or people who are easily drained or are the "Caring Super Hero". Learning some simple tools can make all the difference and sometimes it is a shift in perspective or creating healthy energetic boundaries. In this episode I explain more about them but you can investigate more on my website as well.
Episode .56 with Crystal Trevors
Crystal’s company, operates off the principle that “mobility is the litmus test for healthy aging!”. With the use of Stepscan’s accidental fall assessment technology her company strives to support “Delivery Excellence” in Senior Care by helping identify and care for high risk fallers in long term care facilities. Staying true to her principles, Crystal golfs, runs and trains in the sport of Biathlon in her spare time.