Join Mary and her special guest Amanda Leaveck as they chat about the connection between our brains and physical movement. Just imagine being able toapproach movement from the intersection of neuroscience and intuition and learn how to move deliciously and from a place of ease. Amanda brings her expertise from her nourishing services including yoga, meditation, coaching, and her virtual membership program, Science & Magic. Amanda's researched-based approach to mindfulness is ignited by intuition, love, and a deep reverence for the unknown. In addition to attaining a Bachelors of Science in Neuroscience for undergrad, she graduated from the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in 2017, where she focused on the integral relationship between connective tissue and the nervous system.Through formal education, independent studies, hands on work with clients, and over a decade of teaching yoga and dance, Amanda has a deep understanding of the human body. She adores creating experiences for all of us to more deliciously connect with our own bodies, and in doing so, ignite the unique brilliance that lies within each of us. Get ready for a fascinating conversation.
ON THIS EPISODE WE WILL DISCUSS...
-The connection between our brains and our bodies
-Why processing emotions through movement is so effective
-The types of exercise that are best for each phase in your hormonal cycle
-Ways to move your body that aren’t considered exercise
-How to tell when you need restorative movement vs vigorous movement
-What type of movement is best during times of stress
-And much more!
Each month will be a deep dive into a topic that supports you on your journey to living more fully alive. November’s topic will be on Body Movement.