Month: June 2022

9_iRest with Chelsea Morriss from Waimea Yoga

Episode: 9 iRest with Chelsea Morriss from Waimea Yoga Chelsea joined us today and gave us a taste of what iRest (https://www.irest.org) yoga’s meditation piece is like. She shares her unique journey to get certified and what doors that opened. She dives deep into why it works and hopefully you enjoy the 15 mins of…

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Episode 8: Micheal Mack (Former Recovery Care Coordinator)

Micheal has been working with wounded (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) EOD technicians for the last 12 years with EOD Warrior Foundation (https://eodwarriorfoundation.org) until he retired last year. He began working with wounded military personnel as a recovery care coordinator. He spent years learning from disabled veterans how they dealt with their trauma and now is sharing…

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Episode 7: Abby (Support Group for Veterans and Spouses)

Abby describes how having like minded individuals who are going through similar situations helped by sharing resources, ideas on ways to overcome obstacles and help to be able to share things with people who understand. Her group is specific to Bank of America but the benefits are universal to support groups and there was several…

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Episode 6: Sarah (The Perspective of a Spouse)

One of the most important things to have in your life when getting after some PTSD, is an awesome support network. Sarah freakin crushed it and shares some of the how’s and what she did. She talks about how she got better about being a support person by asking at therapy and a support group….

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Episode 5: Mike (Veteran)

Service member and his family share their story.  From the age of 3 Mike knew he was going to join the United States Air Force. He tells us his story from the farm fields, to the military, to childhood passion as a job. Mike is a great story teller and I have always enjoyed listening…

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Episode 4: The Warrior Sailing Program (Foundation for Veterans)

Joined by Cory Kapes with The Warrior Sailing Program. We dive deep into the organizations mission: Getting military service members on the water can provide physical, mental and emotional therapy for a variety of injuries and illness. Sailing is an outlet to cope with the long term effects of PTSD, brain injury, amputation, paralysis and…

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Episode 3: Josh (Veteran)

Joined by Josh, a veteran who has been exploring for years on ways to improve the quality of his life while dealing with PTSD. This was a great conversation and I felt like when when it was over, I walked away with new ideas of things to look deeper into and try that I haven’t…

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