Part 1: Sophia Maamouri is a licensed massage therapist, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Yoga Instructor and founder of Blue Heron Synergy. Sophia believes in healing systems that take the complexity of human beings into account and helps her clients achieve whole health through these multiple modalities. In this episode, she explains what Ayurveda is, how it can change over time and how knowing what your dosha is can help you make adjustments to improve your health. Do you like to drink smoothies? Lynda does and Sophia shocks her during this interview with information about why smoothies may not be a good choice as a meal replacement!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about feeding birds at her home and why she changed her mind about the larger birds that she used to consider a nuisance.
Part 1: Mischa Schuler is an Herbalist, Craniosacral Therapist, Shaman and founder of Wild Carrot Herbs. In this episode Mischa shares how we can honor plants & herbs and use them as medicine as well as how CranioSacral Therapy and Shamanic support can help us on our path to better health.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares that she was in a motorcycle accident in October and what natural medicine she used to help in her recovery. She also offers some advice to drivers from what she has learned as a motorcycle rider to help people avoid accidents.
Part 1: Mary Moskowitz is a functional Medicine Health Coach and founder of Mainely Health and Nutrition. In this episode we discuss the many factors that influence your immune system, both positively and negatively, and how you can be more proactive in building a stronger, more resilient immune defense system in these challenging times and beyond.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda and her husband recently celebrated 18 years of marriage. She shares some tips on what she feels has helped them in their relationship.
Part 1: Dr. Pam Shervanick is a Board Certified Psychiatrist, International Speaker, Educator and founder of Syntropy based in Portland, Maine, whose mission is to help people make connections to align their mind, body, and spirit. Pam’s personal mission is to create a paradigm shift. The illusion that a person is broken, or that they are a victim to external circumstances, is only true if believed. What if everything is the opposite of what we were taught as children? What if the belief that we formed in childhood and solidified as adults are not helpful to us anymore or even true? What if they are harmful? Are the things that our cultures taught us to value empowering us? Get answers to those questions and more in this episode!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares her personal story of kayaking on the Saco River and how by going with the flow of the universe she and her group were led to helping save canoeists.
Trevor Maxwell is a writer, speaker, and community builder with a background in newspaper journalism and public relations. He also founded Man Up to Cancer, which is a helpful and headstrong community built to inspire men — and the people who love them — to connect and avoid isolation throughout their cancer journeys. Trevor, as a husband and father of two teenage daughters, has been living with stage IV colorectal cancer since March of 2018. On this episode, we talk about his journey with cancer and why he founded this very important company, Man Up to Cancer, which recently started a support group at the Dempsey Center! This was honestly one of the most touching shows I have done. I hope you will take the time to listen and help us spread the word about Trevor and his mission!