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Episode 30: A Conversation With Jillian Price

Love Your Cells Podcast

Release Date: 03/24/2020

59: Justyn Smith: Life Beyond Childhood Trauma show art 59: Justyn Smith: Life Beyond Childhood Trauma

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“If you’re surviving, you’re not really living.” - This is a common reflection for Justyn as he navigates adulthood with very little support from his biological family.  We learn in this episode that Justyn pretty much raised himself, along with his siblings, and has devoted his future to healing, self-care and overall awareness.  Therapy, medication and support from friends, have been critical in pushing the needle forward for him.  Justyn's story of how a young man has overcome the odds of childhood in order to show the world anything can be done. Instagram:  ...

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58: Koa Hughes - Mental Illness Doesn't Have To Be A Lonely Journey show art 58: Koa Hughes - Mental Illness Doesn't Have To Be A Lonely Journey

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“My mental health journey has been long and hard. I have dealt with depression, anxiety, PTSD, trauma and my eventual diagnosis of bipolar II disorder. Talking about it is hard. Writing about it is hard. Admitting how bad it got is hard because I never really thought that my mental health would impact my ability to mother. I never thought that I would struggle so much with my own mental health that it would impact my children.” - Koa Hughes (The Great Canadian Woman; Vol 2) As a mother, Koa discusses the importance of leading the next generation when it comes to talking about mental health...

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57: Falon Malec - Vision To Creation show art 57: Falon Malec - Vision To Creation

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"Showing up for yourself, so you can show up for everyone else." - Falon Malec In this episode, Falon shares her journey of Vision to Creation as she builds her multifaceted platform, The Goddess Guild. With the launch of the first book - Sisterhood; The Path To Found, she opens up about how if she had allowed her fears to take the wheel, this book, this platform, would not be alive and thriving as it is right now.  Bio: Born in Ontario, Canada, Falon grew up surrounded by the lakes and wilderness of the well-loved Muskoka region. Here she developed her love of the wild, raw beauty of our...

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Receiving a diagnosis that an aortic aneurysm is present in your body, is something no one ever wants to hear. Even for Shelby Kurz who was born with a heart defect and has been closely monitored her whole life, it's still a tough pill to swallow. Shelby shares her experience of first learning of her diagnosis back in May and what it means for her going forward. *Update: Since this episode was recorded, Shelby has seen a surgeon and it was made clear that her previous scans to measure the aneurysm were not clear enough to determine the size of dilation, and currently it is small enough to...

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Becoming investigators for our own bodies. This is the New Standard of Care.  Excuse the rant, but Sue is very passionate about finding methods that suit human body needs, as they seem to fit. We are all seeking different ways and it's no longer up to the conventional "medical professionals". You do you, and feel free to Google search your heart out! Download my first ever recorded Guided Meditation and Join the Party!   Shout out to Sarah Kleiner and her Step Into Soul Virtual Program: Connect with her on FB:      

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54: Meredith de Jonge - Kickin' It Old School (Massage Therapy Edition) show art 54: Meredith de Jonge - Kickin' It Old School (Massage Therapy Edition)

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Sue FINALLY lands a conversation with her favourite Massage Therapist friend Meredith de Jonge, with whom she met back in highschool. This career path reunited these two in 2007, and ever since has become the catalyst for their ever growing friendship and support within the industry.    Bio: Meredith de Jonge is a Registered Massage Therapist, and Massage Therapy clinic owner out of Waterdown Ontario.   Meredith is a mom to an incredible 4 year old boy named Nash.   Finding a work/life balance is key for her.  When she’s not working, you’ll find her on...

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"The minute you start competing in Yoga, you lose." This quote offers a glimpse into Elizabeth's approach to how she teaches and guides her clients through their practice. We are all on our own journey. In this episode we learn about what she has experienced within her own body, and how motherhood shifted her perspective - all of which has led her on the path she travels today. Bio: Hello, I am Elizabeth and I am the founder of BodyMagick and Vehemence & Emergence. I am also the co-founder of Otherworld Retreats I am a certified yoga teacher and reiki practitioner and I study Celtic...

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Travis Knuth is a human of many talents. Healing, guiding, educating and fire dancing? Yes, you read that last one correctly. Travis and Sue connected through the power of the internet and share a beautiful conversation about Massage Therapy and the Art of Healing. Passion for Healing Arts and transforming the human body through touch describe Travis Knuth BEST. His thriving interest for the potential of the human body and what it is capable of in action and healing allows his approach to be intuitive. He will listen to what your body has to say and provide healing touch in a way that the body...

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51: Marsha Vanwynsberghe - Connection, Growth & Collaboration show art 51: Marsha Vanwynsberghe - Connection, Growth & Collaboration

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Marsha is the Queen of Owning Her Choices and Owning Her Life. In today's episode, she shares her journey, her story, of how living her current life came to be, and how it might not have happened if she hadn't connected with the women she did years ago.  All of those small steps and small decisions where she said YES to things that didn't make sense, were all an accumulation of her journey that led her to everything she has accomplished - and she has accomplished a lot! Marsha Vanwynsberghe — Author, Speaker and Business Coach Marsha is the 6-time Bestselling Author of “When She...

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The final episode of A Birth Story Series is here! And it's mine! I just want to THANK all the mothers who shared their story for this series. It was an honour to feature all of your unique and beautiful experiences. If you are interested in sharing your birth story in the next series, Spring 2021, please send me an email    

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We have all felt the impact of Breast Cancer at some point in our lives - with our mothers, our grandmothers, our friends, our clients and maybe even ourselves. 

Give it up for Jillian Price, who shares her story of surviving breast cancer and how she navigated through the process, finding solutions not often talked about. 

There are so many important takeaways in this episode, along with some valuable advice that all women need to hear. 

(Thank you Jill, for inspiring me, and now, so many others)

 

Jillian Price, M.Sc, Aud (C), Reg. CASLPO

Chief Audiologist

HearingLife Canada

Jillian graduated with a Masters degree in Audiology from the University of Western Ontario in April 2004. Upon graduating, Jillian joined the company and began working in London, Ontario and in  2013, accepted the role as Chief Audiologist.  Jillian has 16 years of experience working with the adult population in a busy clinic.  Her role as Chief Audiologist allows Jillian to do what she really loves which is helping those with hearing needs and speaking to the public about hearing loss.  She is passionate about hearing awareness, hearing loss prevention and rehabilitation.  Through the Campaign for Better Hearing, Jillian is able to educate Canadians about hearing loss and early detection as well as help those in need through the give-back program; something Jillian and the rest of the staff are so excited and honored to be a part of.  She also enjoys time with her husband and two beautiful children. 

 

Their mission is to provide individuals who have a hearing loss with the most professional, comprehensive and convenient hearing healthcare services, including high quality, affordable hearing aids, and the counseling and assistance they need to enhance the quality of their lives through better hearing