Feel Better Today: Your Inspiration Station

Feel Better Today: Your Inspiration Station
By Kyla Plaxton: Acupressurist, Intuitive, and Healer
About this podcast
Feel Better Today: Inspiration Station: Healing | Acupressure | Relationships | Motivation
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Latest episodes
Nov. 22, 2017
Today I'm am talking about a symptom that lots of people deal with, sleep. It could be a lack of sleep, always fatigued or tired. There are lots of different ways that people lose sleep and have a hard time sleeping. I want to talk about the impact that lack of sleep can have on somebody. Some people do well and others it's harder. Most people experience it. Before I had children, I used to sleep quite a bit. I enjoyed waking up early. I do morning stretching, meditation, breathing and journaling. After having children, I'd say one of the best gifts I've learned is how capable I am on lack of sleep! Key Take aways you will learn from this episode:   Sleep is great for losing weight. Every Meridian inside of an element has time. Lack of sleep can impact your bladder and your bladder can impact your kidneys. Resources: DIY Ultimate Acupressure Guide for Common Symptoms   Follow me on:   Release Acu-Nation Facebook Group Facebook Page Instagram Twitter
May 27, 2017
Today on the show, I spoke to Rikki Ayers. She is a writer and content specialist who helps visionaries get clear on their message so they can share their stories confidently. She also loves everything books, bikes, and beverages and has a podcast about learning to live life on your own terms.    We discussed: Her life journey. You will also learn about how she realised that corporate setting is not for her. Lastly, she will share her how she learns to say No.    Three takeaways that you’ll get from this podcast are:  1. If you're unhappy in your life right now first you need to figure out what your real source of unhappiness  2. I should use whatever you know quirks or skills that I have to and really like work on those instead of trying to be everything to everyone all the time  3. Telling the real story I think is something some people are craving   Show Notes   Rikki's Facebook Account Rikki's Instagram Account Rikki's Twitter Account BeRad Media Website Rikki's Podcast
May 12, 2017
Today I spoke with Julie. She is my client and during this episode while broadcasting we are also having acupressure session.  You will learn how I helped Julie unfold hidden feelings, how Julie discover the power of acupressure and lastly, we discussed in depth the Acu Challenge that will start on May 27th. Three takeaways you will learn on this episode: Procrastination kicking in because of the fear Because I'm changing; it's uncomfortable My truth is uncomfortable for me Show Notes: Release Acu-Nation Facebook Community Group Acu Challenge  
May 8, 2017
Today on the show, I spoke to Christy Greenwood. She has been initiated, trained and certified to offer Massage Therapy, Kundalini Dance, BodyTalk, Lomi Lomi, Traditional Thai Massage, Hot LaStone Therapy & Hatha Yoga.   We discussed: Her Unique Story. You will also learn about how she learn about  Kundalini Dance.  Lastly, we will all learn how chakra and acupressure can work well together.   Three takeaways that you’ll get from this podcast are:  1. The greatness of my worth came through as I open my body into the dance.  2. I don't see myself transforming people; I see myself as holding space for transformation and their inner guide does the transformation.  3. What it took to bring us here like in our bodies in this lifetime is a miracle   Show Notes   Christy's E-Course 25-Day Acu-Challenge
May 5, 2017
Today on the show, we have Elizabeth Macleod. Elizabeth is the founder of Wild Woman Enchanted Co Int’l Inc and is an Erickson Certified Professional Coach (CPC), trained Gestalt Psychotherapist, Level ll Reiki Practitioner, a writer and self-taught artist and has done extensive study in Shamanism, Meditation, Chi Kung and the Healing Path with the Ontogony, (self-realization) Institute of Mexico. We discussed: Her Unique Story. You will also learn about how Elizabeth was able to win over her ailment. Lastly, you will be inspired how creativity brings her to where she is now.  Three takeaways that you’ll get from this podcast are:  1. Live the best life that I can live and share it with others as best as I can  2. Stand tall but bend gently  3. How do you rise up? You rise up by being everything you are and it will unfold to something that you cannot imagine.   How can you get in touch with Elizabeth? Elizabeth’s Website Elizabeth’s Online Shop Elizabeth’s Facebook Page Elizabeth’s YouTube Channel  
April 21, 2017
Today I talked to Laura Matsue. Laura is in Peru as a meditation teacher and writer and finishing up her 2nd book how to heal yourself holistically; how to affect spiritual using the shamanistic tool.   We discussed: How she transition from being a bad girl to a meditation teacher? You will also learn about how Laura realized that there is a higher power than her. Lastly, they discuss the free acu challenge that Kyla is hosting and to know more about that check this link.     Three takeaways that you’ll get from this podcast are:   "Even in our darkest experiences there is a really great purpose to why we are going through it" "The core wound for most of us is the feeling of abandonment." "When we put love in anything you do, it will have profound effect"   How can you get in touch with Laura? Laura's Website Laura's Facebook Page
April 14, 2017
Today I spoke to Tamara Lechner. She is a mother of 4 kids living in Victoria BC. She is a happiness expert and learns about Positive Psychology from the Masters including Deepak Chopra, Martha Beck, and Wayne Dyer. We discussed: How she started as a happiness expert? You will also learn about how Tamara's service. Lastly, she shared the strategy every people needs to change their baseline happiness. Three takeaways that you’ll get from this podcast are: 1. Happy doesn't look a certain way; it's maintaining the ability to see the positive even in the face of negativity. 2. One doesn't have to be unhappy in order to begin prioritizing happiness. 3. If we can master Hope I equate that with a happy emotion   How can you get in touch with Tamara? Tamara's Website Tamara's Facebook Page
April 8, 2017
Today on the show, I have Dr. De’Nicea Hilton, DOM, AP. She is an NCCAOM Board Certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture Physician certified as a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine. She is the hostess of the Sisters of Flow Podcast where they talk about myths about menstrual health and promote period positivity.  We discussed: Her area of specialization. You will also learn about how Dr. D began her journey. Lastly, she will teach us how she overcame the bumps she encountered along the way.  Three takeaways that you’ll get from this podcast are: It wasn't a no, it was a not right now Darkest I could go, I could go just as Light Sit Still, and trust that Action is Happening even as you sit still Books mentioned in this Episode: Sensitive Chaos The Four Agreements The 11 Forgotten Laws How to get in touch with Dr. D? Dr. D's Business Website De'Nicea's Podcast Dr. D's Online Course
March 31, 2017
Today I talked to Camaron Brooks. She left career job and came into motherhood. It was a big change that made her turn to writing to make sense of it all. She went to blogging, wanting to share and relate to other moms. She also wrote her first book and published it last year.   We discussed: Her book. You will also learn about how she transform from being a reporter to an author. Lastly, Camaron shares her lowest point in life and how she survive from it.   Three takeaways that you’ll get from this podcast are:   We have to share the hard part of our lives so we can acknowledge the great parts about our lives. You can't get to be amazing until you open yourself up and share your vulnerable times. Being authentic is the best place to come from.     How can you get in touch with Camaron? Website: https://reportinglivefromstudiob.com/   Book available at Amazon: Reporting Live from Studio B: Lessons and Reflections Found on My Journey from Striving TV Reporter to Struggling New Mom.  
March 24, 2017
Today I talked to Monique Nelson. She is the founder, chief organizer and editor at ChoosetoCook.com. She is highly motivated to help people of the world learn more about health and nutrition.   We also discussed: How she confronted the negative experience she got from the medical system when she was younger? You will also learn about how Monique transform from being an Organic Food Eater to now a whole food plant based vegan.      Three takeaways that you’ll get from this podcast are:   Tiny things make big differences. People want to have the changes instantly but not necessarily sustainable Baby steps is what really gets you to where you are going   How can you get in touch with Monique?   Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ChooseToCook/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/choosetocook Website: www.choosetocook.com Email Address: [email protected]