Personal Transformation Through Creativity
December 15, 2016
Hosted by Laure Redmond
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Join me as I explore the depths of mind, body and spirit expansion through opening a unique, creative portal within the self. I will be sharing the conversation with painter and author Flora Bowley. Flora's latest book, Creative Revolution explains how an artistic endeavor has the power to spark a personal revolution that involves heart, courage and trust and is ultimately life transforming.
Feel Good Naked Radio
Thursday at 10 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
Feel Good Naked Radio gives you self-confidence tools for a more empowered, embodied, happier life. Laure Redmond, renowned international Confidence Coach, best-selling author and TV host shares her 30 plus years of successful advice and life changing skills, while also bringing educated guests on board to share the conversations of self-love and self-empowerment. Each show provides great take-away, with helpful resources and information that is not only inspiring, but applicable. Laure is a gifted listener of others, she is America’s most beloved Coach. Laure is on a mission to help people become their best selves by providing valuable tools that have proved successful in helping others become more embodied and mindful. She believes that everyone deserves to feel empowered and proud of who they truly are, to embrace their authentic selves and to shine their unique light on the world. Feel Good Naked Radio airs LIVE Thursdays at 10 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.
Laure Redmond is a world renowned Confidence Coach. She is the author of the best-selling book, “Feel Good Naked,” which was twice featured in O, The Oprah Magazine. She is the TV host of “Feel Good Friday” on KATU-TV in Portland, Oregon and is the creator and master teacher of the popular movement program, “Stretch Appeal.” Laure is an inspired motivational speaker and workshop leader. Laure began her career in the fitness industry in the early 1980’s, eventually owning and operating one of New York City’s well-known establishments. She has endorsed dozens of impressive wellness products and has produced and starred in DVD workouts, including Mary Tyler Moore’s Everywoman's Workout. With more than 30 years as a dynamic mind/body/spirit leader, Laure has become one of the country’s most trusted experts. Laure maintains a private Coaching practice in the Pacific Northwest. She is also a proud mother, passionate dog lover and recreational painter.
Susan Pease Banitt, LCSW, RYT
Susan Pease Banitt, LCSW helps people heal from traumatic events in their body and mind. She is a Kripalu trained yoga teacher (RYT 200), practices shamanic healing as a Reiki Master and does past life regressions to facilitate multi-dimensional healing. Susan authored the award winning book: The Trauma Tool Kit: Healing PTSD From the Inside Out and teaches at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. In her spare time Susan can be seen performing improvisational comedy around Portland, Oregon. View Guest page
Dr. Lowell Barek
Dr. Lowell Bryant Barek comes from traditional medical training, graduating from Tulane University School of Medicine. After an internship in New York, he went to Georgetown University Hospital to complete his residency. He was appointed as Clinical Assistant Professor at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and a senior staff position at Beth Israel Hospital in NY. After ten years, he left for private practice. In 2013, Dr. Barek became certified in Age Management Medicine by Age Management Medicine Education Foundation and by Age Management Medicine Group. View Guest page
Flora Bowley is a painter, creative pioneer, gentle guide and author of two books, Brave Intuitive Painting and Creative Revolution.
Blending over twenty years of professional painting experience with her background as a yoga instructor, healer, and lifelong truth seeker, Flora's soulful approach to the creative process has sparked a new holistic movement in the intuitive art world --- empowering thousands of people to courageously pick up a paintbrush through her intimate in-person workshops, popular online classes, inspiring videos and books.
Flora lives with her partner, Jonathan, his son, and their dog, Pearl, in Portland, OR. Her own vibrant collection of paintings can be found in galleries, shops, and printed on unique products around the world.
For more information, please visit www.florabowley.com. View Guest page
Dr. Patti Britton
Dr. Patti Britton, Ph.D. is a Clinical Sexologist, Sexuality Educator and the Pioneer of Sex Coaching. As a well-respected world leader in the field of sexology, she is the author of hundreds of articles, and four books. Dr. Patti is a popular speaker, sought-after trainer and workshop leader. Her media record includes appearances on national television, documentaries, live talk and news radio, and with frequent quotes in magazines, such as Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Glamour, Men’s Fitness, WebMD, and AOL Health. Dr. Patti is the Co-Founder of SexCoachU, the world’s premier training institute for sex coaching, and she has a private practice in Los Angeles. View Guest page
Writer and Life Coach, Lisa Carmen’s been creating workshops and events for women for 16 years. She’s the creator of SacredSexyU, The Burlesque Experience, and her latest, and most personal work to-date, BodyLoveAffair. Lisa's created a special free offer for Feel Good Naked Radio's listeners! Visit www.bodyloveaffair.com/feelgood View Guest page
Dr. Bonnie Comfort Ph.D
Bonnie Comfort received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California Graduate Institute, Los Angeles, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. She is licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in both California, and Oregon, where she has been in private practice for many years, concentrating on treatment of anxiety, depression, marital problems and life transitions. Dr. Comfort's first fiction novel, Denial, was published in the U.S. by Simon & Schuster in 1995 and translated and published in six foreign countries. She is currently working on a memoir of her 33 year marriage and her recovery from the death of her husband in 2010. View Guest page
Brian G. Cox, LCSW
For 21 years Brian has been working with individuals and couples struggling with life transitions, including intrusion from past traumatic events. Brian specializes in working with men in midlife who are dealing with the compression of past and future, conscious and unconscious thoughts and experiences. View Guest page
Chris Crowley is the New York Times bestselling co-author (with leading NY internist and Columbia Medical School Professor, Henry S. Lodge M.D.) of the Younger Next Year books which have sold over two million copies and have been translated into 20 languages worldwide. The Younger Next Year books have been called ‘The Boomers’ Bible’ and ‘The Best thing Ever Written’ about fitness and wellness for those over 40. View Guest page
Mary Ervin’s favorite thing about being a small business owner is meeting and collaborating with other business owners. It gives her an excuse to visit restaurants, breweries, distilleries, coffee roasters, etc. and taste exceptional food and drinks. It inspires her to create new flavor combinations with chocolate and think of new items to serve in the cafe. When she’s not creating something delicious in the chocolate shop, she’s at home cooking or trying a new restaurant. When Mary’s not eating, she’s tending her butterfly garden or hiking with her Australian Shepherd, Doppler. If Mary could have a super power, it would be time travel. She want to know the answers to the mysteries to the world and learn about lost cultures and traditions. A not-so-fun, but surprising fact about Mary is that she is allergic to chocolate. View Guest page
Michael Ervin loves finding solutions to problems. And chocolate presents all kinds of new, delicious problems every day. Chocolate sucked him in and he keeps coming back. He spends most his days in the cafe, working, writing and creating. View Guest page
Carol Ferris, M.A., practices astrology in Portland, Oregon, where she consults with clients; teaches and tutors privately and at the Portland School of Astrology; and writes. She completed her Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies at Marylhurst University, Lake Oswego, Oregon, in 2013. The title of her thesis, "The Sky's Body: Constellations and Medicine" reflects her ongoing interest in the nature-based medicine and governance thinking of the ancient Near East and Chinese philosophers and astrologers. View Guest page
Amory Jane, M.A
Amory Jane, M.A. is a national sex educator, comedic storyteller, and host of the podcast Sex on the Brain with Amory Jane. She is also the Education Coordinator at She Bop in Portland, Oregon. Amory Jane has spoken on various panels about sex and sexuality, created award-winning smut for HUMP! Film Festival, and has presented workshops around the country about ethical non-monogamy, oral sex, anal play, BDSM, sex toys, and more. When she's not teaching or podcasting, you can find Amory Jane writing for She Bop's blog and looking at cute dogs on Instagram. She is also currently gearing up for her December 4th event - Whoopee! A Sex-positive Variety Show, which will premiere at Crush Bar in Portland. Tickets for Whoopee! can be found online at brownpapertickets.com View Guest page
Retired from Nike, Inc. in February 2014 after 17 yrs. as a Senior Apparel Innovation Director. Opened Studio317, an Advanced Apparel Innovation and Prototype studio, located in Portland, Oregon. Studio317 is Elizabeth's vision for the future of Apparel Innovation.
Over the past 25 years she has worked in multiple areas of the Apparel Supply Chain and has acquired a broad range of experience and knowledge of the apparel business, from concept to delivery. Elizabeth has Initiated and driven short term and long term Innovation Roadmaps, directed start-up operations of Product Creation offices in Brazil, Argentina and lead turnaround operations in Mexico, India and South Africa. Elizabeth is inspired by her strong desire to elevate craft and test disruptive ideas that will push the industry’s Innovation boundaries. She is the mother of two amazing young men, 22 and 17yrs old. View Guest page
Micki McWade, LMSW is a psychotherapist, author, collaborative divorce coach, parent coordinator and a basic and advanced Collaborative trainer with a practice in New York that focuses on divorce issues. Micki has been on the faculty of numerous national conferences, including the Women’s Healing Conferences, co-sponsored by Hazelden and the Betty Ford Center and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals Forum. Her books include Getting Up, Getting Over, Getting On: A Twelve Step Guide to Divorce Recovery, Daily Meditations for Surviving a Breakup, Separation or Divorce, Healing You, Healing Me: A Divorce Support Group Leader’s Guide and Moving Towards Mastery in Collaborative Divorce. For more information, see mickimcwade.com and TheDivorceCoach.com. View Guest page
Sara Miller has a background in commercial Interior Design. She got into chocolate because of a passion for food, creating, and a desire to step into entrepreneurship. Her favorite part of working with chocolate is overcoming all the obstacles chocolate presents and creating a beautiful and tasty chocolate confection. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband, four step-children, and two cats. She and her husband are expecting a baby in August. View Guest page
Peg O'Connor, PhD
Peg O’Connor is a Professor of Philosophy and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at Gustavus Adolphus College (St. Peter, MN). She is the author of Life on the Rocks: Finding Meaning in Addiction and Recovery. She writes a blog about philosophy and addiction, “Philosophy Stirred Not Shaken” for psychologytoday.com. She is also a regular contributor to the Pro Talk series at rehabs.com. Peg is a recovering alcoholic who believes that philosophy helped her to get and stay sober. View Guest page
Crazy for travel, passionate-wild souls, food, mountains, art, yoga, music and my businesses. View Guest page
Rochelle Schieck loves to move - in her body and around the world. She started dancing as a young girl growing up in Minnesota until she was summoned by the call of adventure. Her love of movement and the desire to explore life’s meaning compelled her to spend the last 15+ years traveling around the world as a student and teacher to places throughout North and South America, Europe, Africa, India, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Rochelle began instructing various yoga styles for all ages and abilities, several dance modalities, and NIA. In the last 10+ years, she has led over 4,000 movement classes, facilitated hundreds of private sessions and taken women on over 20 retreats to 6 different continents. (Next stop, Antarctica!) Her passion to explore the emerging essence of the feminine in her own life, and then in movement, coupled with her experience as a personal trainer, certified massage therapist, shamanic energy healer and her degree in Interdisciplinary Fine Arts. View Guest page
Britt B Steele
Britt B Steele has a masters degree in public health, is a former clinical researcher at the University of Arizona, and has been teaching yoga for nearly 25 years. Together, she and her husband built a vastu (yogic feng shui) home and yoga retreat center in the coastal foothills of Oregon, the only one of its kind in the United States, where she hosts yoga and ayurveda retreats, immersion-style teacher trainings and lives her yoga. She is dedicated to bringing traditional yoga teachings into modern life and offering its wisdom in ways that are both accessible and inclusive. Britt is the author of Pilgrim: Living Your Yoga Every Single Day and its corresponding 108 Day virtual course. She has been featured in Mind Body Green, Elephant Journal, Mantra Magazine, MaryJane’s Farm,Yoga International, and was most recently featured as a Soulful Entrepreneur on Anna Purna Living. View Guest page
Barbara Tint, PhD
Barbara Tint is a Professor of Conflict Resolution, facilitator, organizational trainer, licensed psychotherapist and an aspiring improviser. She has been involved in facilitating trainings using the techniques of Applied Improvisation since 2009, teaches Improv for Dispute Resolution for Lawyers, Improv for Resilience for Humanitarian Aid Workers and Improvisational Leadership and Change for Organizational Leaders. She has published journal articles and book chapters on the use of Applied Improvisation in these contexts. She has conducted workshops on Power and Status all over the world. She is Co-President of the Applied Improvisation Network, an international group of practitioners using Improv in a wide range of non-performance based contexts. Of all the processes Barbara has worked with in her years as a therapist, professor, facilitator and student of life, she is convinced that Improv is the most transformational and joyful modality on the planet. View Guest page
Margaret Townsend has been practicing as a certified breath work facilitator since 1993 and is also a certified Hakomi body-centered psychotherapy practitioner. Her focus on body awareness grew through her work as a Shiatsu and Reiki practitioner and a teacher of dance, yoga and fitness over the past 30 years. She brings a wide range of experience to her individual and group sessions that include her studies in Mindful Self-Compassion, Qi Gong, Nonviolent Communication, spirituality and meditation practices. View Guest page
Cathy, a six-time James Beard Award finalist, opened Nostrana with her partner David West in 2005. Prior to establishing Nostrana, she was co-owner of Portland’s pioneering Italian restaurant, Genoa. Since then, she has helped open Oven & Shaker, and Hamlet, Portland’s first bar to pay homage to ham and sherry. In the course of her professional career, Cathy has studied with Marcella and Victor Hazan at their home in Venice, and Madeleine Kamman at the School for American Chefs. She has cooked with Giancinto Albarello at Genoa and in his own kitchen at the Antica Torre Trattoria in Barbaresco, and with Marco Forneris at Osteria La Libera in Alba, both renowned restaurants of the Langhe. A never-ending curiosity takes Cathy to Italy often, where she continues to make new friendships and enjoy the complex flavors evoked by simple cooking. View Guest page