Part 1: Volunteers of America is a spiritually based social services organization helping the area’s most vulnerable populations. They provide affordable senior housing throughout the state, homeless veteran services, recovery services, correctional re-entry services, behavioral health services as well as a free-weeklong youth camp. In this episode, Michael Coon, Vice President of External Relations, joins me to discuss all those services in detail and more!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda continues the story of their beloved dog Trevor passing away and shares information to help people through the grieving process after losing a pet.
Part 1: In this episode I speak with Leah Robert and Sarah Kelly. Leah is an Oncology Nurse and after her sister, Sarah, was diagnosed with breast cancer in her 32nd week of pregnancy, they both went through a deep cleaning exercise of getting rid of harmful, unhealthy products which led to them creating SaltyGirl Beauty and the non-profit organization Foundation4Love . They will share their very personal journey and talk about how Foundation4Love is helping to provide Integrative Wellness services to cancer patients through New England Cancer Specialists.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares her heartbreaking story of having to put their dog, Trevor, to sleep and about the special message they received from him after he was gone.
Part 1: In this episode, I talk with Molly Edelstein, founder of Personal Growth Design. Multiple Sclerosis has been a part of Molly’s life since she was very young, from her father’s diagnosis when she was 6 and then her own diagnosis at 20. The spiritual lessons she has learned from MS have changed her life, brought her freedom and joy, and has now led her to provide coaching and education. She comes to this work with a background as a homeopath, business professional and lifelong spiritual seeker and loves to help women fully embrace and leverage their ME-ness.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares an email from Dr. Robert Anthony titled, “Becoming More Powerful by the Minute”
Ann Quinlan is a Geriatric Care Manager and Dementia Care Specialist. She has over 25 years of experience in deepening her understanding of the sadness, grief, frustration, and stress experienced when one is caring for a loved one with short-term memory loss due to ANY form of dementia. In this interview, she will share strategies from her Three Rules workshop that help people support those they care for with dementia. If dementia is a part of your life, through caring for a loved one or through service work you provide, then this show is an absolute must listen! Contact Ann Quinlan at email@example.com for information on upcoming workshops.
This is Part 2 of my interview with Walter Selens! Walter is a licensed massage therapist who has been practicing bodywork since 1988. He began studying Parapsychology in 1986 in the Parapsychology Program at Cape Cod Community College. He started off as a paranormal investigator and when the classroom focus changed, he found himself studying energy patterns in health and bodywork. He decided to switch his major to Massage Therapy and is now a Neuromuscular Therapist at Gorham Muscular Therapy
In this 2nd interview, Walter explains what neuromuscular therapy is and how it can help with soft-tissue injuries. He also discusses how he is able to help people who participate in sports before, during and after an event to help improve their performance and recovery. And if that wasn’t enough, we also talk about “abrasive” Reiki!
Part 1: This is Part 1 of my 2 part interview with Walter Selens. Walter is a licensed massage therapist who has been practicing bodywork since 1988. He began studying Parapsychology in 1986 in the Parapsychology Program at Cape Cod Community College. He started off as a paranormal investigator and when the classroom focus changed, he found himself studying energy patterns in health and bodywork. He decided to switch his major to Massage Therapy and is now a Neuromuscular Therapist at Gorham Muscular Therapy located in Gorham, Maine. In this interview, he shares some really interesting information about being recognized as having a “psychic ability” by the US Air Force, some paranormal occurrences he encountered on Cape Cod, why he decided to become a Massage Therapist as well as talk about a unique service of showing parents how to massage their infants! Walter is quite the character, so you will definitely enjoy this show!
Part 2: Weekly Words – Lynda talks about our circle of influence and how certain parts of our life are very similar to the 5 people we spend the most time with.