The body keeps score of your trauma. What most people don’t realise is we hold Trauma within our body for our entire lifetime unless we have the courage to deal with it.
Elisabeth Kristof is the founder of Brain-Based Wellness. Through working with thousands of bodies, Elisabeth has learned that each body, mind, and nervous system are both unique and capable of healing. Each one can be trained to resolve trauma and old patterns.
Elisabeth has a strong focus on neurology of athletic performance, behaviour change, and resilience and uses this work to help countless of people overcome trauma through movement.
Through the integration of neural exercises that include vision and balance drills, breath work, cranial nerve stimulation, and somatic meditation, Elisabeth shows us how the body and the brain can work together for optimal performance.
In this episode, Elisabeth shares her journey on overcoming Trauma, what Trauma really is, how to change your behaviour for good and how to overcome trauma that is holding you back once and for all.
To reach out to Elisabeth you can find her on Instagram at @elkristof or check out her website here.
Ft. Damien Munro
If we can create our reality, does that mean we can heal it too? Damien is here to tell you, you can! Damien is a thought leader in helping people dramatically lives that are true to them.
Damien shows us how all of our experiences are determined by our thoughts and when we remove negative thoughts, the only ones left are positive. In his own words Damien believes “there’s no big secret! It doesn’t take a miracle cure, just a willingness to look within and eliminate negative thinking.”
Damien Munro is the Heal Your Life Teacher Trainer for Australia & New Zealand as well as an Author and contributor to magazines and online platforms. He has featured in international media like Fox, CBS, NBC, ABC and announced as a Top Spiritual Leader by both Visionary Insight Press and the G.U.R.U Academy.
In this life changing episode of Ellis In Wunderland, Damien shares his story, on how he dealt with depression and anxiety, and saw some of his darkest days. Damien shows us that if he can heal his life, you most definitely can too.
If you want to find Damien follow him on all social platforms at @damienmunroofficial or head on over to his website at www.Damienmunro.com
Ft. Christiane Karam
Are you curious about the healing benefits of Music?
Born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon, Christiane has experienced the consequences of a war-torn country. Throughout her journey to find her “normal” Christiane discovered the power in music and its effect on human connection and healing trauma.
Christiane shows us that while she lived in a war torn country, the real work to be done is the war the exists within ourselves. Christiane gives us key insights into how our extreme experiences can either make or break us, and how working through our trauma through the power of music can help us to heal.
Christiane is the leader and founder of the award-winning ZilZALA Ensemble, which blends classical, traditional, and folk music from different regions of the Middle East and the Balkans with contemporary jazz.
Christiane’s latest project strives to explore human connection and the journey of healing darkness and separation, while celebrating the exuberance and depth of the vast array of musical traditions she comes from. Christiane is a staunch activist for cultural understanding, tolerance, and non-violent conflict resolution and actively continues her work of bringing awareness and Positive Social Change through music and the arts.
In this profound episode, Christiane takes us on a journey to show us no matter the war we are experiencing, in the end, it is always worth it.
If you want to reach out to Christiane check out her website and on all social channels at Christiane Karam
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Ft. Reggie Bryant
Have you ever found yourself saying “one person can’t make a difference?” Or perhaps you have wondered how you can contribute to the planet in a positive way as an individual?
In this episode Reggie Bryant shows us how one voice, can create a ripple effect towards empowering change!
Reggie Bryant is great man, doing great things! Born in South Dakota, Reggie found himself following in his father’s footsteps and went into the army for close to 8 years. Since returning to New York, Reggie now works in corporate and helps individuals navigate barriers and create sustainable lives, alongside mentorship and coaching.
In this episode, Reggie takes us on a journey through his life experience and gives us key insights on how we can start to make the world a better place, simply by being a voice for change. Reggie shows us that by having empowering and innovative conversations, fuelled by understanding and empathy, we can start to be the force that creates our new future.
If you want to reach out to Reggie, you can follow him on Instagram at Regbryan or send him an email at email@example.com
Ft. Amy Livingstone
Have you ever felt so stuck in your routine that everyday feels like groundhog day? Between working overtime, commuting, and taking care of your family and friends you find yourself having very little time for you. If you answered yes, then this is the episode for you!
In this episode of Ellis In Wunderland, we sit down with Amy Livingstone an expert in building resilience in the workplace. Amy is a wellbeing advocate and her passion is to empower workplace wellbeing to navigate 21st century change, chaos and crisis. Her expertise in transformation, global leadership and wellbeing resilience helps people to navigate peak performance and go from Nine to Thrive!
Amy shares with us key insights and simple strategies that you can put into place today to shake up your routine, give back to yourself and ultimately thrive in both the workplace and in life! If you want to reach out to Amy you can find her on her website or connect with her onFacebook and Instagram
Georgia Ellis is a Law abiding, Rule breaking, Fear conquering, Future Creating and a Super Curious Human Being - Yep that's me!