May 9, 2015
Yoga and IREST Expert Laura Marie
Laura Marie is a Professional Level Kripalu Yoga Teacher, Advanced Teacher of Therapeutic Yoga, Integrative Yoga Therapist, Adaptive Yoga Teacher for MS, has Advanced Training Level II iRest Yoga Nidra and a designation of E-RYT500 from the National Yoga Alliance. She is a member of the Kripalu Yoga Teacher's Association, iREST Community Network, International Association of Yoga Therapists and the Mass Yoga Network. Laura also has experience implementing yoga based wellness programs for a variety of settings including corporate, hospital, civic, physical therapy and mental health facilities. She has worked with the Rape Crisis Services of Greater Lowell to bring therapeutic yoga to female survivors of sexual assault as well as patients in recovery at McLean Hospital in Boston.
Laura Marie's focus in teaching these practices are in the spirit of helping people find some facet of Moksha - freedom or liberation - within their own life. These practices help to gain freedom from stress, negativity, self-doubt, liberation of movement or thoughts, or even the ultimate experience of being all you were born to be. Laura Marie shares how to utilize the practices in a way that enrich every day modern lives to feel calmer, happier, more comfortable and open to new ideas and opportunities.
May 9, 2015
Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos was born to a military family, raised in Europe, graduated from Munich International High School in Germany, has a degree in Special Education from Keene Teacher’s College in Keene, NH, taught Special Education for 10 years and Psychology at the University of South Florida.
Kathleen is a three-time breast cancer survivor and author of SURVIVING CANCERLAND: The Intuitive Aspects of Healing. Kathy is an inspirational speaker, phone counselor for R.A. BLOCH Cancer Foundation, mentor for WE CAN- a self-help group. She contributes to CapeWomenOnlineMagazine, Twitter’s C4Women, Colette Baron-Reid’s Intuition Now, Examiner.com National-TheGuidedPath, Examiner.com/Chicago-SelfAwareness-Examiner, Writer’s Digest Community, Scribblerati, guest contributor to author Carolyn Howard Johnson’s SHRING WITH WRITERS BLOG SPOT, NCCS cancerversaey.org, blogs, National Wellness Community Online Support blog and discussion groups, Cancer Advocacy Now blog site.
She is a member of the International REIKI Association’s blog and website, ACOR (Association of Cancer Online Resources) blogger and web chat, NBCC (National Breast Cancer Coalition) journal and blogger, USA TODAY Community Blog, LinkedIn, linked to firstname.lastname@example.org, http://survivingcancerland.blogspot.com/, tweets, http://twitter.com/PsychicHealing and is a volunteer for many cancer organizations and online groups. She is currently working on her second book, SURVIVING RECURRENCE in CANCERLAND: The Dream World and Healing. Kathy is Cambridge Who’s Who Registry Executive Professional of the Year 2009-2010. Press release pending… http://www.survivingcancerland.com/
May 9, 2015
Joshua William’s Message:
Since I was 5 years old, I have wanted to so something to help the poor. I wanted to do this because I don’t want to see kids suffer. I am going to give people food and things so they can find a way to help themselves. Whenever I work, I will give some of my money to help. I have the liberty to help the poor, you have the liberty too and together we can all male a difference in the world. I need all kids and adults to help me to make a difference. Thank you, Joshua. Stomp Out Hunger: Joshua’s Heart Foundation was born out of a five year-old’s simple wish to feed the hungry. Since then, the Foundation has distributed over 895,000 pounds of food to those in need. With one in six Americans facing hunger today, there’s still plenty of work to be done. By getting involved in Joshua’s Heart Foundation, you play a vital role in fulfilling our mission.
Joshua’s Heart Foundation values:
We believe that a community effort is vital for the success of our mission to end hunger. We collaborate and build relationships based on trust and honest communication to accomplish our vision of a hunger-free community. With local action, you can have a global impact.
With close to 50 million Americans struggling to get enough to eat, it’s important to increase awareness about these issues. We send out transparent and accurate messages about our cause, highlighting the urgent needs of those struggling with hunger. Help support the Joshua’s Heart Foundation cause by using social media to share our vision and stories.
We are working hard to mobilize support for hunger relief programs and activities. The majority of our work force is composed of volunteers. Solidarity and collaboration are key to our success.
It’s important to teach future generations not to make the same mistakes we did. We work on early childhood and youth education programs to break the cycle of poverty.
We rely on the generosity of the American people to carry out our charitable work. We assess and evaluate how resources are used achieve our mission on a regular basis. Our efficient and transparent accountability has granted us the public’s trust in our work and stewardship.
Changing the World…One Dragon at a Time
Dagny Grant & Beth Donnelly are radio personalities on I AM U Radio, produced by the I AM Group University; co-writers of the Journey of Joy Series owned and produced by Matrix Productions. Individually, Dagny Grant is the President of Purposeful Greatness as a speaker/author/paradigms coach, as well as the Chief Marketing Officer for the I AM Group. Visit the Purposeful Greatness Page Here Beth Donnelly is a singer/ teacher/director for Jeremiah Productions and The Glory Singers, as well as the Chief Information Officer for the I AM Group. Visit the Jeremiah Productions Page Here.
May 9, 2015
Brant Secunda and Mark Allen are the authors of Fit Soul, Fit Body, 9 keys to a Healthier, Happier You. A Shaman and an Ironman share their secrets to lasting health and happiness. Brant Secunda is a shaman, healer, and ceremonial leader in the Huichol Indian tradition of Mexico. He completed a twelve-year apprenticeship with Don José Matsuwa, the renowned Huichol Shaman who lived to be 110 years old and who adopted Brant as his grandson. Alongside other dignitaries including President Jimmy Carter, Brant co founded the Peace University in Berlin, and is a founding member of the American Herbalists Guild and has taught at the American Holistic Medical Association Annual Conference. Brant lectures at conferences and universities worldwide, and since 1979 has been the director of the Dance of the Deer Foundation Center for Shamanic Studies in Soquel, California. He has worked with many organizations including The World Health Organization and the American Holistic Medical Association, was the cofounder of the Humanistic Medicine Congress in Germany, and was a nominee to be a recipient of the prestigious MacArthur Award for his service worldwide. His work has been documented on television, radio, and in articles and books throughout the USA, Europe and Japan.
Mark Allen is a six-time Ironman World Champion. He has been called “The World’s Fittest Man” by Outside magazine and “The Greatest Triathlete of All Time” by Triathlete magazine. He attributes his success to his ongoing studies with Brant Secunda, who showed him how to find fitness not only in physical strength but in the power of personal spirit and balanced living. Mark has been featured numerous times on major network television and in national publications; he has appeared on more than 100 popular covers worldwide. Since leaving the sport after a successful 15-year career while still at the top of his game, Mark has worked as a sports commentator and advisor for NBC. He’s also consulted with and spoken to many Fortune 500 companies, including American Express, Honeywell, Northwestern Mutual, and Oracle.
May 9, 2015
This radio show will be a peek behind the scenes of life, a pass to go backstage and to take a closer look at how this play called “Life” works. While you are the epic hero of your own drama, you’re partnered with the right cast members you need to be with for each of you to learn life’s lessons. Through my Heartliving principles and suggestions, I hope to empower you to create a more meaningful life performance!
May 9, 2015
Vironika Tugaleva is Author of The Love Mindset, who offers an unconventional and youthful approach to healing and happiness. Vironika, after coming out of a decade of long mental health crisis experienced a spiritual awakening and what she has to say isn’t rhetorical fluff or indoctrinating dogma but a realization that many people are suffering from a deprivation of love and continue to suffer because they don’t know what love is, how to get it, or how to sustain fulfilling relationships. In investigating our dark age of broken relationships, mental health problems, low self-esteem, violence and isolating fear we will discuss ways to work towards love peace of mind and enduring happiness.
May 9, 2015
Jill Mattson, Author of Ancient Sounds Modern Healing and Secret Sounds Ultimate Healing. Jill is a sound healing composer and an expert in the emerging field of vibrational energy. Sheryl relates to Jill that music and becoming aware of sound as well as the energy transference of Universal energy during Reiki healing sessions has been a large part of her emerging awareness of the power of the Human Spirit to align to a higher vibration to find healing and peace. At a sound bowl healing workshop, Sheryl was able while meditating to merge with the different vibrations allowing her to release tiredness and any stresses that existed within and felt so joyful and alive after the experience.
May 9, 2015
"Gaea Star Crystal Radio Hour #161 features Mariam Massaro on vocals, ukelele and acoustic guitar, Sondra Lewis on vocals and percussion and Bob Sherwood on piano, vocals and percussion and features several new compositions by Mariam and several improvisations that stretch the boundaries of conventional song structure in compelling ways. We begin with Mariam's new "For All Of Our Love", a mellow, bucolic piece that expresses yearning in a gentle and love-filled wave of notes, runs and lovely melismas. We continue with "Another Day", another gentle piece that floats along on electronic undertones, Minimalist repetition and shimmering vocals from Mariam. A piece of unusual beauty and accomplishment. "Waves Of Life" is a simple song with the affect of a sing-along lullaby and pretty three-part harmonies from Mariam, Sondra and Bob. "Golden Dawn Morning" is a reflective poem that climbs steadily to a lovely peak defined by Sondra's beautifully improvised accompanying vocals. Following the break, Sondra steps up to lead a somber, celebratory take of the Gershwin's "Summertime", after which we turn to two original songs from Mariam, "Aja" from the "Gaea Star Goddesses" album and the beautifully harmonized "Children Of The Stars" from 2013's "Songs For The Children".