Marcy Cole is a Holistic Psychotherapist & speaker, and author… integrating western & eastern perspectives on Health and Wellbeing. Her articles have appeared in the Huffington Post, Goop, & Maria Shriver’s Sunday Paper. She is the co-author of “Living Proof: Celebrating the Gifts That Come Wrapped in Sandpaper;” Dr. Cole is also the Wellness Educator at an Independent school, serving parents, students & faculty. She also produces a Life-Enrichment virtual monthly gathering for women worldwide, through the “First Tuesday Global” platform.
It’s Truth + Tequila Tuesday!
I’m sipping on some very fine tequila…
AND this week going to drop some truth that popped up as a theme this week in the open mentoring call I host, Mojo Monday Happy Hour. If you’re not on that list….ummmmm, hellooooo. Please get yourself on it ASAP because I’d LOVE to meet you and support you rockin’ your mojo. Complimentary access is yours – all linked in the full show notes.
Welcome to Truth + Tequila!
This week’s question comes from Jeff, who simply says:
What is a good mantra for getting in touch with your body and not being afraid of new sexual and pleasure experiences?
I really appreciate this question, Jeff. Because it speaks to your desire to connect with your body, pleasure and joining that with a conscious sexual experience.
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Laurie Brucker of LaurieBstyle LLC, named “LA’s top personal shopper and stylist” by Angeleno Magazine, “LA’s best personal stylist” by CBS, “LA’s go-to stylist” by the Los Angeles Times, is all about Stylepowerment. A certified image consultant, personal stylist, motivational speaker, spokeswoman and author of the book You are the Style, Laurie brings eighteen years of fashion and style expertise, to private homes, to public stages, and on-camera as a style expert and host. Teaching realistic, creative and attainable style strategies, Laurie’s unique specialty merges style with embodiment, self-acceptance, confidence and manifestation.
Dr. Ali Binazir is a Happiness Engineer, author, speaker, and behavioral change specialist. He’s written 4 books, including “The Tao of Dating: The Smart Woman’s Guide to Being Absolutely Irresistible”, the #1-rated dating book on Amazon for 7 years. He got an A.B. from Harvard College, M.D. from UC San Diego School of Medicine, and an M.Phil. from Cambridge University. Formerly a consultant at McKinsey & Co., he coaches speakers and has given three TEDx talks by invitation: “Awaken Creative Genius”, “Love & the Empowered Woman”, and “Happiness Engineering.”
Welcome to Truth + Tequila!
This week’s question comes from Julie, who simply says:
What yoga poses can I practice to be a better lover?
LOVE THIS!!! As a certified yoga instructor and nearly 25 year yogini, I am confident to say that Practicing yoga in general will make you a better lover. Yoga opens your mind, body and soul allowing you to feel more. Therefore, you can become more sensitive. Not only to your own desires and needs but to your lovers as well.
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Olga Naiman says that her approach is a combination of interior design and personal transformation. She designs for your future self, the most upgraded version of you. She works with removing negative patterning out of your home so you can more easily manifest your intentions. In a recent article about her design philosophy, The Washington Post called her a design therapist.
A native of Ireland, Emma Pyne is an LA based actor, writer, and filmmaker.
Her solo show Confessions of a Catholic Nymphomaniac was all set to open on March 18th 2020 (Ha!) but she is looking forward to producing it later this year.
She trained at The Actor’s Temple in London and in Los Angeles with Janet Alhanti and The Lee Strasberg Film and Theatre Institute. She also has a BA in fashion design and an MA in Broadcast Journalism.