Services I provide:
Recording setup consultation, content editing, audio restoration, intro and outro music, mixing and mastering services.
Notable clients include: Jenna Lee (SmartHer News), Audrey Scagnelli (Sanity Media), Stephanie Beigel of “Very Cavallari” (Well/Behaved Podcast), Andrea Hardy (Let’s Gut Real), and Eddie Babbage (Wedding Industry Insider Podcast).
Journalist Mary Pilon, in her page-turning book The Monopolists, hunts down the true story of the woman who invented the most popular board game in the world. Monopoly inventor and forgotten feminist Lizzie Magie died in 1948, thinking she was a failure, having received a total of $500 for the rights to her game. We hear about Magie’s vision and mission for the game, as well as her futile fight to defend her work and legacy, which Pilon resolutely revives from the sidelines of history.
Dr. Michael Lin, PhD, MD of Lin Labs, Stanford University, joins SmartHER News for an update to discuss what we’ve learned, what we need to know, and what to watch for at this point in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Imagine how strong our country would be if members of Congress spent their days working for the people who elected them instead of the people who buy their campaign ads.
Now imagine if the American people decided to stand up and say, “this is enough”, and city by city, state by state, we united to create a political system that is responsive to the will of the people.
That is exactly what we are doing here at The People. We’re finding Americans who are standing up to say, “Enough’s enough! If we, the people of this country don’t fix this, no one will”.
The People podcast will bring you into the lives of everyday Americans from across the country as they meet for the first time in Washington DC and commit to creating a ‘Declaration of The People’- a document that captures their concerns and hopes for our country. They share their voices and experiences in the sometimes messy, often inspiring journey of what it takes to unite us as Americans.
Find us at Thepeople.org
Giselle Wasfie, Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine gives us the 101 foundation of Chinese Medicine. A practice more than 3,000 years old, we learn that the three branches; Eastern Nutritutin, Herbal Medicine, and Acupuncture, all tie together for mind-body-soul balance. Giselle reads our tongues, the map of internal energy channels, and explains how your pulse can be used as a diagnostic tool. We all agree…remixing health and wellness means that every individual person gets a say in their life.
This week I interview Renee Simons, RMT on her massage and visceral manipulation work with patients with digestive disorders. In particular, we highlight a discussion around polyvagal theory, that can be applied to massage practice to enhance patient wellbeing and symptoms, especially in functional gut disorders.
Renee’s interest in human kinetics and functional muscle movement began with Kinesiology studies at Simon Fraser University (SFU). In 2004, she graduated from Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy completing a 3000hr program and is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of BC and the Canadian Massage and Osteopathic Therapists of Alberta.
Since becoming a Registered Massage Therapist, Renee has focused her post-graduate training and clinical practice around Myofascial Release and Visceral Manipulation techniques and is committed to providing patients with individualized treatments to discover and resolve the underlying reasons why they may have pain and dysfunction in their bodies. Her practice has a strong connection to women’s health, GI dysfunctions and the Gut-Brain Axis.
Renee’s treatment paradigm follows a biopsychosocial model and Stephen Porges Polyvagal Theory. Teaching is a way for Renee to pay it forward and share her passion about massage therapy and mentor the next generation of therapists. She currently teaches for Alberta College of Massage Therapy.
Renee and I talk about:
- How does massage fit within digestive disorders?
- What is visceral manipulation & myofascial release?
- How do physical restrictions contribute to pain in digestive disorders?
- Who is visceral manipulation suited for?
- What can you expect when going for massage therapy that is focused on visceral manipulation and myofascial release?
- What is polyvagal theory?
- What role does the vagus nerve play in digestion?
- Regulating vagus nerve function
- Tips on how to shift your nervous system into ventral vagus in order to improve/assist digestion and digestive symptoms like constipation.
- Ways to stimulate the vagus nerve to increase vagal tone.
Sign up for Spectrum Therapeutics newsletter by visiting Renee’s website and we will send you a daily practice to stimulate your vagus nerve!
Today, we’re so excited to share with you the 56th episode of our Wedding Industry Insider podcast. For this episode, Eddie had the privilege of sitting down with world-renowned event and floral designer David Beahm and his incredibly talented right hand, Christina Matteucci.
David is the founder of David Beahm Experiences, an iconic NYC event design firm responsible for producing elevated events around the world—including acclaimed weddings for Hollywood’s elite (like Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas) and coveted corporate affairs for brands like Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Perrier-Jouet (to name a few). David often takes to the stage as a motivational speaker—and he also earns praise as a part-time flower farmer at Thistle Dew Farm in PA, where his home-grown blooms go from farm to tablescape.
As the 18-year executive director of destination weddings for David Beahm experiences, Christina is a special event guru responsible for executing some of the world’s most acclaimed overseas events. She has also shared her unparalleled industry insight as a TEDx speaker.
In this interview, David and Christina reveal the top ingredients behind their success and open up about the importance of trusting that it will all work out.
Here are some of the key topics they discuss:
- How persistence really paid off early for Christina Matteucci
- Why “trusting the universe” can be strong business advice
- The top 3 factors in the success of David Beahm Experiences
- Why fostering authenticity is part of the Team Beahm “secret sauce”
- The importance of low turnover and treating employees like family
- Their insider perspectives on the cyclical nature of the Wedding Industry, over a 22-year career
- David and Christina’s personal and professional coping methods surrounding COVID-19
To hear David and Christina’s inspiring interview, press the play button below. And don’t forget to subscribe to our podcast in iTunes.
Thank you, David and Christina, for sharing your incredible experience with the Timeline Genius community!
- Connect with David @davidbeahm
- View David and Christina’s work: DavidBeahm.com
- Connect with Christina on Instagram @teuccimama
- View Christina’s TEDx talk: Beacon Street: On Second Thought: Lessons From A Number Two
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