Press This Point – Sara Calabro

Press This Point - Sara Calabro

Tune in to the Press This Point podcast and maintain your foxiness!

Sara Calabro is an acupuncturist; the founder of AcuTake, the first consumer acupuncture publication, and the host of Press This Point, a podcast about acupressure. 

Sara discovered acupuncture by way of journalism. For 10 years she worked as a healthcare business journalist, covering the pharmaceutical and medical-device industries. The experience provided an up-close look at mainstream medicine’s shortcomings and inspired her to explore other perspectives on health.

Upon graduating from Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City, Sara practiced acupuncture privately and in community clinics throughout New York and Oregon. These clinical experiences highlighted a need for accessible resources about acupuncture. Sara created AcuTake to discuss acupuncture in a relatable way so that people can use it to improve their daily lives. Now, almost a decade after launching AcuTake, Sara is producing Press This Point in response to her patients’ and readers’ desire for acupuncture-inspired self-care tools.

In addition to her work on Press This Point and AcuTake, Sara has written about acupuncture for The Huffington Post, Acupuncture Today, GreenMedInfo, and others. She is the author of Acupuncture Matters and Heal Your Kids With Acupressure.

In each short podcast episode, Sara explores a single point — the conditions it can help with, how to find it, and instructions for performing acupressure.

She also discusses how the ancient theory behind each point can be applied to modern life. You’ll walk away from every episode with a new drug-free tool for healing your body, mind, and spirit.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • How Sara went from Journalist to Acupuncturist
  • What AcuTake is and how it serves people (acutakehealth.com)
  • How the Press This Point podcast came about
  • What you’ll learn from Press This Point
  • Spleen 6 point – helpful for menstrual issues
  • Pericardium 6 point – super point for nausea and anxiety
  • Kidney 1 point – help settle your insomnia
  • Sara’s definition of foxy
  • How Sara reclaims her foxiness
  • How Terry reclaims his foxiness
  • Sara’s one piece of advice on how to stay foxy   

Click here to tune into Press This Point!

You won’t be…(wait for it)…disappointed!

Did I really just make that pun? Yes. Yes I did. You’re welcome.

Dethrone Your Inner Critic – Joanna Kleinman

Dethrone Your Inner Critic Joanna Kleinman

When you dethrone your Inner Critic, life gets foxy!

Joanna Kleinman is a licensed psychotherapist, life and corporate coach, author, podcaster, motivational speaker, and the founder of Dethroning Your Inner Critic.  She considers herself to be an unconventional therapist and is driven by the conviction that the most powerful life you can live is when you know the difference between YOU and your Inner Critic.  She developed the M.I.N.D Method, a time tested, proven system that brings together practical psychology, neuroscience and the power of intention to discover who you are separate from the critical voice in your mind. With over 23 years experience, she has worked with corporations such as Campowerment, Cigna, and Nestle, and has transformed the lives of thousands of people, detailing how they can design a new future by rewiring the automatic way they think and act, and breaking the habit of giving energy and attention to their Inner Critic.  

Ideas covered:

  • How Joanna became a psychotherapist
  • The definition of “Inner Critic”
  • Social media’s influence on your Inner Critic
  • Pain gets passed from generation to generation
  • Learning how to recognize that you’re good enough right now
  • Dethrone your inner critic
  • People aren’t taught how to think
  • The beauty industry is built upon the idea of “not being enough”
  • Our beliefs are nothing more than thoughts we’ve had over and over
  • Change your thoughts to change your beliefs
  • Joanna’s definition of foxy
  • Be willing to examine your mind and use your emotions as the tool to do that

Connect with Joanna for a free 30 minute Clarity Conversation at DethroningYourInnerCritic.com, find her on Facebook and Instagram, or listen to her podcast.

Why I Do What I Do – Terry Fox, L.Ac

Terry Fox, L.Ac

Why I do what I do. I’m sharing it with you!

For today’s episode I chose to talk about why I do what I do as an Aesthetic Facial Acupuncturist. This is an inside look at where I’ve come from. It’s a bit raw but it’s my story.

If you’d like more information about why I do what I do, Aesthetic Acupuncture, or Traditional Chinese Medicine, go to ArtesianSpringOM.com.

As y’all know, I’m a one man circus when it comes to running and producing this podcast. I’m happy to talk about Traditional Chinese Medicine, Aesthetic Acupuncture, and other aspects of my work if you all want to hear more about it. Let me know how you feel about that. This is your show! If you’d like to hear me talk on more in-depth Traditional Chinese Medicine subjects or not, send your email to [email protected]

I didn’t make this podcast to be all about me. I want to bring you more resources than just myself. I am currently working to get more guests on the schedule. And it’ll happen soon. Coordinating everyone’s schedules can be like herding cats. But I’m doing my best. So stay tuned!

State of the Show 2020 – Terry Fox

Terry Fox, L.Ac

State of the Show for 2020

In this episode, I let you know how things have been going for The Get Foxy Show. Where have grown? Where would we like to improve? What’s the plan for the coming year? Listen in and find out.

As always, thank you for tuning in. Thank you sharing the show with your friends, family, and colleagues. And, thank you for your honest feedback. I’m happy to hear from you.

You can always reach me at [email protected] Shoot me an email with your thoughts, critiques, and compliments. And I’ll respond to you personally!

General Health Starts With Oral Health – Janice King

Janice King - Oral Health

Your oral microbiome is key to your overall health and wellness. Health begins in your mouth.

Janice King is co-founder and CEO of TRI-OLOGY, a breakthrough oral health product focused on strengthening oral health for overall systemic health. Fort the past twenty years, she’s been researcher in the area of oral health and the oral-systemic connection, a formulator with three U.S. patents, and co-founder of NOWsystem, Inc. Janice and her co-founder, Dale Winetroub, opened the first non-dental mouth care center in the United States, where they’ve studied the effect oral hygiene products, medicine, stress, age, health status and lifestyle have on oral health. Currently, with a grant from the National Science Foundation, Janice and Dale are currently researching how family members of individuals diagnosed with age-related Alzheimer’s Disease feel about the disease and what they are doing to reduce their risk factors.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • How Janice became an expert on the mouth microbiome
  • The gums are an important gateway to overall health 
  • Poor oral hygiene habits do not necessarily equate to gum disease
  • The actual cause of gum disease
  • The importance of saliva for systemic health
  • What heals the gums when the body can’t do it on its own
  • The problem of chronic inflammation in the gums
  • The connection between Alzheimer’s, Cardiac disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and gum disease
  • Balancing the P.Gingivalis bacteria population
  • You can have a mouth full of plaque and still have healthy gums
  • Qi Gong Saliva training exercise
  • Whole plant extracts and essential oils to help balance the oral microbiome
  • Oral bacteria are shared throughout your family
  • Janice’s definition of foxy
  • Final piece of advice on how to best care for your gums

The Downside of Facial Fillers – Claire Norton, L.Ac.

Claire Norton - the downside of facial fillers

An expert in 5 Element Acupuncture and Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture, Claire Norton is a Licensed Acupuncturist practicing in Blaby, Leicester. And she’s seen, firsthand, the downside of facial fillers.

Her personal experience of suffering with anxiety lead her to seek treatment from many different modalities until she finally found relief by receiving Acupuncture. This experience initiated the beginning of Claire’s studies in 2009, and then further training in the use of Acupuncture in the treatment of anxiety.

She graduated in 2012 with a first class Bachelors degree in Traditional Acupuncture from Oxford Brooks University. Claire was awarded her Acupuncture license in 2011 by the College of Traditional Acupuncture, in Hatton, where she studied Acupuncture full-time for 3 years at the oldest college in Europe (until its closure in 2012). And, she is accredited by the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board (BAAB).

Claire has additional training in the specialty of Facial Cosmetic Acupuncture by renowned Cosmetic Acupuncture teachers Radha Thambirajah (completed in 2011) and Paul Adkins (completed in 2018). 

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • How Claire became an Acupuncturist
  • Claire’s teenage facial filler story
  • Facial procedures at younger ages – a downside to facial fillers
  • Snapchat Dysmorphia
  • Treating someone who can’t see their own beauty
  • Acupuncture treatments aren’t “one size fits all”
  • Cosmetic Acupuncture will give you a healthy glow
  • What is a CF in 5 Element Acupuncture?
  • The 5 Elements in Traditional Chinese Medicine 
  • Examples of 5 Element Facial Diagnosis
  • How Botox stifles interpersonal communication
  • Facial Acupuncture is “an inside outside job.”
  • Claire’s definition of foxy
  • How Claire gets her foxy back

Find Claire at her website ClaireNortonAcupuncture.co.uk, on Facebook, or on Instagram

As a side note on how long Facial Fillers can last after being injected into the body, I found this video by Dr. Gavin Chan to be quite eye opening. Watch it and give it some consideration.

Your Personal Style – Sandi Leffel

Your Personal Style - Sandi Leffel

Your Personal Style connects to how foxy you feel!

Personal Style is important. And Sandi Leffel knows exactly why. Sandi is a Personal Stylist in Fort Collins, CO and an everyday woman. Her 50th birthday proved to be a turning point in her life. She remembers feeling unsure and insecure about who she was and where she was going. That birthday proved to be an opportunity for Sandi to take responsibility for her own happiness. She decided to change her life and she adopted the mantra “50 Never Better”. Today, 13 years later, Sandi has embarked on a journey to empower all women, regardless of age, size or stature to beautify their lives through their clothing. Sandi, at 63 Never Better, helps women discover their style. And OWN it.   

What you wear invites the world to treat you one way or another.

Sandi Leffel – StylingWithSandi.com

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • The difference between Image Consulting and Personal Style Consulting
  • Sandi’s journey into Personal Style Consulting
  • What you wear invites the world to treat you one way or another
  • Human innately make calls about other people by the way they look.
  • Learning what resonates with you.
  • Your style transforms throughout your life as you grow and change.
  • Clothing is necessary. Fashion is an option. Style is a choice. 
  • The way you dress teaches people how to interact with you.
  • When you invest in yourself, your confidence soars.
  • Asking for help with your style is an exercise in vulnerability and bravery.
  • A client’s style success story
  • Sandi’s definition of foxy
  • Beautify your life one outfit at a time.

Connect and work with Sandi here:

Youtube

Instagram

Facebook

StylingWithSandi.com

Clean Beauty – Marissa Bethoney

Clean Beauty Marissa Bethoney

Clean Beauty is a serious trend. But what is it? Botanical Skin Care Expert, Marissa Bethoney explains it in detail.

Clean Beauty Expert, Marissa Joy Bethoney is the founder and creator of Precious Skin Elixirs, a botanical skin care collection that unites the powers of plant and gemstone medicine to deeply nourish the skin and soul through the personal alchemy of beauty ritual. Marissa’s years of study and experience in Herbalism, Energy Medicine, and Shamanic Healing have allowed her to create the skin and soul nourishing potions and rituals designed to cultivate inner and outer vibrancy. Since 2014 Precious Skin Elixirs has been entirely hand crafted of sustainably sourced organic and wild-crafted ingredients as close to their natural states as possible for the ultimate in purity and effectiveness. 

Ideas Covered On This Episode:

  • How Marissa got into creating skincare products
  • What is “Clean Beauty?”
  • “Orthorexia” of Beauty
  • Finding the balance between “corporate beauty” and “orthorexic beauty”
  • Using your intuition and cultivating awareness about product ingredients
  • Utilize transition of the Seasons to make healthy adjustments 
  • Beauty practices as Ritual Healing
  • Marissa’s definition of foxy
  • How Marissa reclaims her foxiness
  • One piece of advice on how to maintain your foxiness

Learn more about Marissa and Precious Skin Elixirs at the links below:

https://www.preciousskinelixirs.com

https://www.instagram.com/preciousskinelixirs/

https://www.facebook.com/PreciousSkinElixirs/

Your Microbiome Is Foxy – Jessica Wendling

Microbiome Expert Jessica Wendling

Your Microbiome Is Foxy! Clinical Nutritionist, Jessica Wendling tells us why.

Jessica Wendling is a Clinical Nutritionist at New-trition LLC in Windsor, CO. She has a deep passion for helping people on their health journey through functional nutrition counseling! She received her Bachelors of Science degree in Nutrition with a minor in Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition from New York Chiropractic College. One of Jessica’s foundational beliefs is that the body was created to be self-regulating and self-healing. She uses nutrition counseling to help her clients heal their relationship with food, address dysfunction in the body, and ultimately help her clients heal from the inside out by addressing the underlying cause of disease and repairing health through food and lifestyle modifications!

Ideas Covered in this Episode:

  • What is a Microbiome?
  • Is anti-bacterial a good thing?
  • The importance of diversity of bacteria in the Microbiome
  • Lactobacillus have positive effect on our skin and hair
  • Getting the right bacteria is important but so is feeding them
  • Processed foods are dead foods
  • How Jessica became a Clinical Nutritionist
  • How bacteria in your gut affects your brain
  • The downside of Antibiotics usage
  • How to rebalance your gut flora after using Antibiotics
  • Jessica’s definition of foxy
  • Reclaiming foxiness
  • Outstanding patient transformations
  • Number 1 thing to keep the Microbiome healthy

Want more info? Go to Jessica’s Facebook page.

Resting Bitch Face – Terry Fox

Terry Fox, L.Ac

Struggling with Resting Bitch Face? You can change it naturally without Botox®, Fillers, and Plastic Surgery.

On this episode of The Get Foxy Show, Licensed Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist, and Aesthetic Acupuncture Specialist, Terry Fox, Northern Colorado’s expert in helping women look younger through Natural Aesthetic Enhancement, talks about Resting Bitch Face.

I was 17 when my mom was diagnosed with a chronic and painful autoimmune disease – fibromyalgia. Inspired to relieve her pain, I attended the Utah College of Massage Therapy. Consequently, I helped create the first hospital-based Massage Therapy program in the state of Wyoming. Four years after, I progressed into Acupuncture. In only three years, he earned his Master’s Degree from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

To me, each patient is a precious child of God and should be treated accordingly. Others have described me as “knowledgeable, caring, and professional.” And, I strive continually to live up to that description. I don’t treat “skin deep,” I see deeper and work on a holistic level. I encourage you to be the beauty you are!

Terry Fox, L.Ac.

In 2006, I founded Artesian Spring Oriental Medicine in Fort Collins, Colorado. Additionally, I’ve served as Secretary for the Acupuncture Association of Colorado, and was voted Best Colorado Acupuncturist 2015 and 2016 according to The Experience Pros radio show. Many of my teachers are internationally known masters of Cosmetic Acupuncture and Classical Chinese Medicine – Ron Rosen, Denise Ellinger, Martha Lucas, Wudang Chen, Ping Zhang, Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, and Michelle Gellis. I help women reclaim their softness and radiance without resorting to Botox®, fillers, or plastic surgery. 

Outside of the office, you can find me relaxing with my wife and two boys. Also, I avidly reas sci-fi and fantasy novels, especially books by Brandon Sanderson. I love crafting my own beer, mead, and liqueurs. And, occasionally I’ll compete in local beard and mustache competitions.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • Why I know what it feels like to look in the mirror and despise what you see
  • What is Resting Bitch Face (RBF)
  • Web links: Terry’s Blog on Resting Bitch Face, NY Post Article,
  • How media is filtering our reality
  • SnapChat Dysmorphia and Rich Girl Face
  • Why and How Resting Bitch Face happens
  • Your facial muscles do not lie
  • Eckman’s Micro-expression work 
  • Treating both the Root and Branch
  • Getting into the messy places of your heart
  • Emotion = Energy in Motion
  • The power of Forgiveness
  • Botox®, Fillers, and Plastic Surgery come with risks
  • Therapeutic Self-Care is key
  • Feel, Give, Receive, Breathe, and Release