On this last episode of 2015 Coach Gina takes a look at the cost of seeking perfection. How using the Japanese view of wabi-sabi (acceptance of imperfection) we can see our anxiety as a gift ...making us and our lives even more precious than before.
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Book Mentioned in this Episode: The Buddha's Brain by Rick Hanson
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Kevin Davis is an Anxiety Coach who has previously suffered from panic attacks, anxiety, and PTSD. Thanks to anxiety coaching, mindfulness training, and meditation along with a healthy diet he has been able to get the anxiety and PTSD under control! Kevin is a Certified Stress Management Coach and is now in the process of obtaining a Master's degree in counseling with an emphasis in crisis response and trauma. He received his bachelor's degree in exercise science from Western Illinois University. Kevin has spent the last 12 years helping countless others change their lifestyle, manage their anxiety, and become more healthy. He also started by doing this himself...through a healthy lifestyle, exercise, and real food he was able to take overcome anxiety, lose 80 pounds, and gain health and self-confidence.
Gina Ryan is an Anxiety Coach and Nutritionist who struggled with general anxiety, panic and agoraphobia for over 20 years. On her own, prior to the internet, she was able to climb out of her anxiety to peace and well-being by trial and error.
Using her professional knowledge of nutrition and personal understanding of prayer and meditation she was able to string together one anxiety free day after another until she couldn’t even remember her last panic attack. With new-found energy and relief from clearing her anxiety she was able to handle major life challenges with much more ease -eventually moving 6,000 miles away to Hawaii over 10 years ago.
On Maui Gina worked as the nutritionist for an Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient Center for 8 years using her knowledge and wisdom of the mind-body and spirit to help clients clear their food related anxiety, obsessions and compulsions. Gina currently works as an Anxiety Coach and also teaches Mindful Eating and Nutrition to clients around the world. She considers her work her calling and is fully immersed in living a healthy, mindful and compassionate life. Living on an island Gina lives a quiet life and enjoys traveling to visit family on other islands and on the mainland -something that is fun and joyful now that she is panic free.
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