Being Unapologetically Authentic – Jenae Noonan

Jenae Noonan

Being “Unapologetically Authentic” with Jenae Noonan.

Jenae Noonan is a physical fitness expert who will show you how increasing physical strength and learning empowering safety skills can boost confidence and enhance inner strength. She helps with revealing drive, passion, belief in one’s self and respect for ones self – being unapologetically authentic. Additionally, as an MMA champion she uses her experiences in and out of the cage to motivate people to achieve their own personal victories.

Jenae is a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) National Champion representing the USA in the World games. She’s a two time Worlds Champion. Using her experiences in the cage as references to demonstrate how to have passion, drive, purpose and power in every day life, Jenae authored the best selling book, “Fighter: Living Life Like a Champion.” Also, she’s the co-founder of Stay Safe LLC where she uses her MMA skills and motivational speaking to teach women and children of all ages how to “stay safe” in their environment. On top of that, Jenae is a certified  life coach with Kim Sommer-Eglesee 10+ life coaching, specializing in self esteem, confidence, fitness, weight loss, focus and motivation, relationships and much more.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • Do what sets your soul on fire
  • How Jenae got into Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
  • How BJJ can be empowering for girls and women
  • Being Unapologetically Authentic is foxy
  • How Jenae reclaims her foxiness on a daily basis
  • Jenae’s self-care tips
  • Being able to admit that you’re emotionally hurting is strength
  • Who embodies foxy according to Jenae
  • The 5 people you surround yourself with most are the 5 that have the most influence on you
  • The importance of having a coach 
  • Discipline and correction is loving
  • Having friends that will call you out on your crap
  • Jenae’s one piece of advice on how to stay foxy

Learn more and interact with Jenae at the links below:

Her website: http://www.jenaenoonan.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TurboNoonan/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenaenoonan/

Creating Confidence – Chrisa T.S.

Chrisa T.S.

Confidence is foxy. And Chrisa T.S. knows how to help you bring it out in yourself.

Chrisa Tzortzaki Stratoudakis, a.k.a. Chrisa T.S., assists her clients achieve increased motivation, confidence, creativity, productivity, stress relief and she helps them excel in public speaking.

A TEDx Speaker and a former Political Strategy Advisor, she has extensive experience working with high performing people in high pressure situations and she excels helping women deal with confidence related issues, stress management and public speaking on stage, in business and in life

Through her programs, workshops and retreats she guides her audience through powerful experiences that help them face their limiting beliefs, master a confident speaking mindset, have authentic communication, and gain even greater growth and fulfillment. 

Every Thursday, Chrisa hosts her own video show: The Chrisa Group Show, discussing personal development hot topics. Most nights, you’ll find Chrisa at home with a cup of herbal Cretan tea writing about life, love, business and everything else on her blog:
www.theChrisaGroup.com

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • Is a good girl actually a quiet one?
  • People can be curses or blessings in our lives
  • Chrisa’s definition of foxy
  • Who embodies foxy in Chrisa’s world
  • Helping women find their authentic voice
  • Having tea with the voices in your head
  • Connecting to the positive intention of your inner critic
  • Using journaling, hypnosis, and acupuncture 
  • Common questions about public speaking
  • Power Posing influences how you feel
  • A client transformation story
  • Qigong for stage presence
  • Chrisa’s daily practices for confidence
  • Chrisa’s number one recommendation on how to bolster confidence 

Transform Your Body & Mood Naturally – Olivia Rose Niedbala, L.Ac.

Olivia Rose Niedbala

Olivia Rose Niedbala knows the transformative power of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Olivia Rose Niedbala is a licensed acupuncturist, practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and an expert in the fields of holistic medicine, nutrition, and lifestyle optimization. After a making switch from studying Psychology to Acupuncture and TCM, Olivia transformed her mental and physical health. Using the tools she learned from her schooling and independent study, she reversed her diagnosis of metabolic syndrome. She transformed from obese to fit, and went from severely depressed to happy. And now Olivia’s passionate about spreading her wealth of knowledge to others experiencing similar situations. 

Below is the video that drew me to ask Olivia to be on the show:

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • The mind and body are one entity
  • Little steps in your daily life make the difference
  • Olivia’s low point
  • Transformation takes time
  • Your body wants to heal
  • Simple dietary steps Olivia took to create positive transformation
  • Eating meat isn’t necessarily a bad thing
  • A raw vegan diet may not be the best for you
  • Gut health impacts your mental health
  • Keto and Paleo may not be the best either
  • Smoothies can cause trouble for the digestive system
  • The moldy sponge metaphor
  • What does foxy mean to Olivia
  • Who embodies foxy
  • Common questions about Olivia’s work
  • The benefits of Acupuncture
  • The benefits of Chinese Herbal Medicine

To learn more about Olivia Rose Niedbala and her work, check out the following links:

Olivia’s Youtube Channel

Facebook

Instagram

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The Happiness Recipe – Iesha Delune

Iesha Delune - The Happiness Recipe

Iesha Delune’s Happiness Recipe helps you cook up some foxiness in your life!

“Since 1997 Iesha has worked as a path-clearer for people looking for clarity and support so that what inspires their mind, body and soul is reflected in their personal and professional lives. 

Her transformational life coaching is an antidote to lack of direction, exhaustion, anxiety and overwhelm. Thus enabling her clients to invest more fully in creating their authentic and integrated, lasting happiness and success.

She has authored three books, most recent being, “The Happiness Recipe – Discover the Unique Ingredients You Need To Thrive.” And she’s created two, ten-track Sing Your Affirmations albums, (selling hundreds of thousands of tracks worldwide,) all of which support people into new and more enjoyable beliefs about themselves and about their lives.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • How Iesha got into her work
  • The inspiration for the Happiness Recipe
  • Listen to your body. It’ll give you signals that you’re not thriving
  • Interpreting messages from your body
  • “No” messages from the body can create health problems
  • Catharsis is how you begin the Happiness Recipe
  • How Iesha creates a space of safety for her client’s catharsis
  • Iesha’s definition of foxy
  • Ellen is an embodiment of foxy
  • Understanding your “care label”
  • Iesha’s one piece of advice for happiness

For more information about Iesha and her work click here: https://wholisticvitality.com.au/about/

Healthy Lifestyle Living – Dr. Orlena Kerek

Dr. Orlena Kerek - Healthy Lifestyle

Dr. Orlena knows a little something about helping others lead a healthy lifestyle.

Dr. Orlena Kerek lives in Spain but hails from the UK. She used to work as a doctor for the NHS treating people who had nasty diseases – often the end result of a lifetime of not looking after themselves. Later she went into pediatrics. Now with the help of the internet, she’s helping people all over the world. She’s taught families to feed their kids a healthy diet (yep, including those picky eaters!). And currently, she teaches people to lead a healthy lifestyle, reducing their risk of “the nasties,” helping them lose weight and find their “thin me.” Her “message in life” is that we can lead a healthy life and avoid SO many diseases through diet and lifestyle. And that it can be easy and fun!

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • Living a healthy lifestyle to help you feel fit and fabulous
  • Dr. Orlena’s podcast  – Fit And Fabulous
  • How Orlena chose to become a doctor
  • The difficulty Doctors have in teaching proper nutrition
  • Common questions women ask Dr. Orlena
  • Self-care is key
  • Orlena’s definition of foxy
  • Orlena’s ownership of her foxiness
  • Patient transformational story
  • The importance of sleep, relaxation, and mindfulness
  • How to experience Dr. Orlena’s coaching
  • One piece of advice on how to best care for yourself

You can find more of Dr. Orlena’s work at the following links:

https://www.drorlena.com

The video class: https://www.drorlena.com/video_class

And her podcast: https://www.drorlena.com/blog?tag=podcast

The Magic of Vitamin D3 – Judson Somerville, MD

Vitamin D3 - DrJudsonSomervile

Vitamin D3 is very important for your health. Dr. Judson tells us why.

As an expert on Vitamin D3, Judson Somerville, MD is a lifelong advocate for patients’ health. His controversial approach to healthcare has been featured on the Today Show, MSNBC, in People magazine, US News and World Report and hundreds of newspapers around the world. He was also featured in a BBC special about his involvement in cloning the first human cells and advocating for those with chronic pain.

He’s practiced in the field of interventional pain management for more than two decades and has treated thousands of patients. Dr. Judson has authored or coauthored a dozen peer-reviewed articles and contributed a chapter on spine pain in a major textbook, Practical Pain Management, editors Tollison, Tollison and Satterthwaite. Also, he’s a past President of the Texas Pain Society and the Small Districts caucus of the Texas Medical Association.

Dr. Somerville is constantly looking to improve his knowledge and the health of others. When he became aware of the beneficial effects of vitamin D3, he researched the optimal dose and recommended it to thousands of his patients starting in 2010. The results were really amazing in that it restored their deep sleep, restored them to their ideal body weight and prevented the “flu.”

He wrote a book to share his findings with readers looking for new solutions to their chronic health issues. This book, The Optimal Dose: Restore Your health With The Power of Vitamin D3, has been a Amazon number one bestseller. To keep his readers up to date on his and others discoveries concerning vitamin D3 and related topics, Dr. Judson posts biweekly on his blog at https://judsonsomerville.com/blog/

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • What is a Vitamin  
  • Why Vitamin D3 is not actually a vitamin
  • Why is Vitamin D3 important
  • Is a higher dose of Vitamin D3 beneficial
  • How Vitamin D3 influences your weight
  • How Vitamin D3 affects the quality of your sleep
  • How to get more info about Dr. Judson and his work
  • The relationship between Vitamin D3, the gut, and the brain
  • Dr. Judson’s definition of foxy
  • How to get more Vitamin D3 in your system

Be Present In Your Body – Cathy Weiss

Cathy Weiss

When you’re in connection with your body, that’s foxy!

Cathy Weiss is a naturally gifted healer, energy worker, and intuitive. She guides others in living their heart and soul-centered lives, providing high levels of clarity and direction on how to move forward in life. The result is feeling validated, reassured and affirmed. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education, and is an experienced, certified yoga instructor. Teaching yoga to individuals and groups since 2006 and providing Intuitive Energy Reading & Healing sessions since 2018, Cathy is passionate about meeting you where you’re at and empowering your wellness and soul-centered life. 

Connect with her at cathy-weiss.com, on Facebook @LightworkerCathyWeiss, and on Instagram @lightworker_cathy.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • How Cathy discovered her strengths
  • What your “energy” is
  • What affects your energy and thus your body
  • Cathy’s plan on how to reclaim your foxiness
  • Cathy’s definition of foxy
  • The importance of “being” in your body
  • How Cathy helps you get back into your body
  • Common questions about her work
  • An outstanding transformation of one of Cathy’s clients
  • The importance of self-discipline in personal transformation

Balancing Your Hormones – Michele Stanford

Michele Stanford - Balancing Hormones

Balanced Your Hormones, Balance Your Life!

Michele Standford is a graduate of The Institute of Integrative Nutrition, completed her certification as a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, with Function Diagnostic Nutrition®. As well, Michele holds a Master of Education from Liberty University. She is the author of Informed Consent: Critical Truths Essential to Your Health and to the Health of Future Generations.

Michele’s functional approach to health begins with teaching her clients about the root cause of dysfunction and guiding them to incorporate lifestyle changes that will in turn support improved function with their bodies. She works with 40+ women, focusing on hormone balance, gut health, nutrient sufficiency, and maximizing the ability of the body to bring balance to the physical and emotional needs of the client. Michele supports her clients through functional lab testing and one-on-one sessions. 

Ideas Covered In This Episode:

  • What it looks like when your hormones are out of balance
  • What is a DUTCH test
  • How we correct hormone imbalances
  • The importance of circadian rhythms
  • The importance of self-care
  • The problem of adrenal fatigue
  • The importance of restorative sleep
  • Being in nature is healing
  • The negative impact of blue light
  • What foxy means to Michele
  • Common questions about Michele’s work
  • How releasing old trauma impacts your health
  • The number one thing you can do for your health

Find out more about Michele and how to work with her at MicheleStanford.com

Tough Girl Challenge – Sarah Williams

Sarah Williams - Tough Girl Challenges

Sarah knows that sometimes getting foxy can be tough. So she created Tough Girl Challenge.

After working in the realm of finance for 8 years, Sarah quit her job and spent 18 months travelling the world, climbing Kilimanjaro, backpacking around South America and doing a ski season. She used this time to set up Tough Girl Challenges as a way of motivating and inspiring women and girls. She’s the host the Tough Girl Podcast where she’s interviewed over 180 inspirational female explorers, adventurers, athletes and everyday women who have overcome great challenges. The Tough Girl Podcast has been downloaded over 700,000 times in 174 countries. And, it won the Women’s Sport Trust, Media Initiative of the Year Award in May 2018.

Sarah’s done some amazingly tough things herself. She completed the Marathon des Sables in April 2016 and in 2017, considered to be the toughest footrace on earth. She’s thru hiked the Appalachian Trail (2,190 miles) in 100 days! She completed her Masters in Women & Gender studies at Lancaster University in 2018 and cycled the Pacific Coast Highway and Baja California.

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • What is a Tough Girl? And what is a Tough Girl Challenge?
  • How to stop self-criticism and build self-confidence
  • Be your own cheerleader
  • Reframing your mindset to Gratefulness
  • Energy follows Intention
  • Why Sarah created the Tough Girl Podcast
  • Sarah’s definition of foxy
  • How social media may not present the whole story

You can listen to the Tough Girl Podcast on the go via iTunesSoundcloud & Stitcher!

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/tough-girl-podcast/id1024977070

http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tough-girl-podcast

The Thyroid Fix – Dr. Shawn Soszka

The Thyroid Fix

Dr. Shawn Soszka is a writer, naturopathic physician, functional medicine practitioner, and licensed acupuncturist who has used a holistic approach to treat thyroid conditions effectively for nearly 20 years. He specializes in thyroid, adrenal, and digestive disorders. His detailed understanding of the interconnectedness of all of the systems of the body allows him to better serve his patients by finding effective solutions to their health concerns.

He has served an adjunct professor of gastroenterology at the National University of Natural Medicine and continues to serve as a clinical mentor for naturopathic medical students in his busy clinical practice in Portland, Oregon. Additionally, he is a founding board member of the Gastroenterology Association of Naturopathic Physicians and is an active member of Endocrinology Association of Naturopathic Physicians, Institute of Functional Medicine, and the Association for the Advancement of Restorative Medicine.

And he’s the author of The Thyroid Fix: How to Reduce Fatigue, Lose Weight, and Get Your Life Back

Ideas covered in this episode:

  • What it looks like when the thyroid isn’t functioning well
  • Why the thyroid is so overlooked
  • Hyperthyroid vs. Hypothyroid
  • It’s not all in your head. It’s in the neck
  • What inspired Dr. Shawn to start learning about thyroid issues
  • Acupuncture is helpful
  • Dr. Shawn’s definition of foxy
  • What led Dr. Shawn into the healing profession
  • Gluten and Autoimmune Hypothyroidism
  • A patient success story
  • Listening to patients is fundamental to healing
  • The importance of Selenium, B Complex, and quality sleep
  • Dr.’s orders: Spa Days

Follow Dr. Shawn here:

www.drsoszka.com
www.thethyroidfixbook.com
Twitter: dr_soszka
Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/drsoszka