Our delightful guest, Hope Mirlis is a wedding officiant,yoga teacher and also has a premarital counseling service called Zen Bride.Hope tells us that the work of her heart is,"listening to the needs of my couples and working with them to satisfy those needs whether it be strengthening their relationship or finding ways to celebrate their union".As to the pandemic,, " it took a fewe months for things to start to reopen and fpr couples to re-imagine their weddings".Hope can be reached at: perfectunionny.com.
Our guest,William Kaplanidis is an extraordinary wellness practitioner who offers a fusion of East-West self-help methods. He explains,"my work is to empower people to better understand and transform their body,mind and spirit using self-help methods that are both safe and effective". William's practice includes acupuncture, acupressure,acuformulas,hypnotherapy and aroma therapy, to name a few of his protocols. He calls this the Acudragon Wellness System. Love that name!
William can be reached at: email@example.com.
Our guest,Janice Zwail has been invoved with Shamanic work for two decades. She tells us,"These times have been very stressful, so people have been able,even remotely, to feel the heavy enerhies leaving their bodies. This is called ,Extraction work. I send Devine Light their way and bring back ant parts of them that have fragmented off due to the pandemic.Since the start of the pandemic, I've increased the number of clients who who are learning and practicing the art of the Shamanic Journeying..."
Janice can be reached at: Starluta@gmail.com.
Our guest for this episode is Sara Glancy who is a Public Speaking Coach and the founder of Speak Masterfully. Sara says, "I want to empower folks to find their voice and share their stories". She goes on to tell us, "public speaking is already something that can cause huge anxiety for folks.With everything going virtual, I have found that the prospect of speaking up in a meeting has become even more daunting". In our conversation, Sara offers some tips about becoming less fearful speaking up and having more fun.
Sara can be reached at: Speakmasterfully.com. and at: Sara@speakmasterfully.com
Our guest, Janice Roven Esq.is a matrimonial attorney who is known for her strength and her compassion, quite an unusual combination in this field of work.She tells us,"I was a victim of a custody battle...I swore that I would never treat people the way that I was treated during that experience".Janice decided to focus her law practice more on clients needing divorce representation. As she says, "I hold my clients hands through the process if they need it." Janice's own traumatic custody experience has made he,"uniquely qualified" to meet her clients needs both in and out of the court room.
Karen Gershowitz, our guest for today's episode, two focuses as to the work of her heart.The first is as a mentor for Score where she works with entrepreneurs to. " start or build their business and flourish".The second as a "travel fanatic" & travel writer. In her work as a mentor, Karen tells us,"I help people believe that their ideas can become a reality, with planning and hard work". As to her other passion,"Ive traveled to over 90 countries and all the US states and Canadian provinces".
Karen can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our guest today is Davida S Perry. She is a dedicated lawyer who, " advocates for employees who have been victimized by discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace".Davida continues, "we say that we stand with silence breakers because we give voice to those who have been impacted". Davida found it necessary to add the middle initial S to her signature as many of the lawyers(male) assumed she her first name was David, not Davida. She tells us, "The pandemic has caused new and different forms of discrimination...for example,working parents with remote learning children and elderly employees, groups fearful of returning to in-person work".
Davida can be reached at: email@example.com.
Meet the delightful Harley Breite, a successful criminal defense attorney who devotes a large portion of his life and energy to Harley's Kids. This is a charity which he started 25 years ago to,"improve the lives of the mentally and physically challenged". Harley explains," we have parties every 2 months with75 pizzas,live DJs, two amazing Ballon Experts...we have dancing all night...special guests come and sign autographs and take pictures with the kids". During the pandemic the parties have been on zoom and Harley has helped in other ways. He tells us,"I personally bought and delivered to the group homes, 900 lbs of steak,hamburger and chicken as well as cases of water and paper towels"
Harley can be reached at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Our guest, Francesca Maxime tells us, "As a somatic psychotherapist and a Mindfulness Meditation teacherI offer people one on one individual support, as well as teachings and volunteer panels and such that I am on that people may be able to access". Francesca says,"as to the pandemic, '...we know that out of every experience that is challenging and effects the collective, we are still part of a larger tapestry where we influence one another and we can still receive, notice and become aware of what is nourishing and supportive".
Francesca can be reached at:
Our guest is Dominique Padurano, a teacher and coach and founder of Crimson Coaching.
Dr.P as she is affectionately called, founded Crimson Coaching to,"help students struggling in large classes,as well as those who require added rigor and enrichment beyond yhe scope of bus classroom teachers to provide".Dominique tells us, "The work of my heart is teaching children and, specifically, inspiring then to believe in themselves and their own capacity to learn and grow". She hopes that, "educators and students can take some of the best parts of online learning into the future". She adds,"I wish that the pandemic will finally convince us of the interrelatedness of all communities and states".
Dominique can be reached at: www.crimsoncoaching.com.