Moving Dialogues
#10 Yannick Jacob: How to embrace the inevitable in life

#10 Yannick Jacob: How to embrace the inevitable in life

September 20, 2020

Life is meant to be uncertain, otherwise life would be awfully boring. Endings are a part of life. Some things work out, some don’t. We are meant to explore our place in this world, and in this season one finale, you’ll hear from Positive Existentialist Yannick Jacob how to do just that. 

Yannick shares his insight on how to deal with endings in life, the difficulties of choice making, the search for meaning and ways to embrace the uncertainties in life. You will also learn what positive psychology and existential coaching are. I hope this episode can help you connect within to start asking those big questions to live a more meaningful life. 

To connect with Yannick, check out his website at existential.coach or, if you are a coach yourself, visit RocketSupervision.com. To support the growth of this podcast, you can donate at: https://bit.ly/2VjP5Ft

#9 Louisa Strain: How to feel your best self through physical movement and exercise

#9 Louisa Strain: How to feel your best self through physical movement and exercise

September 6, 2020

Physical movement and exercise are still being perceived to be “so much work, and no fun” by quite many people. However, Mindset and Motivation Coach Louisa Strain is here to challenge that thought pattern and show you an alternative way of perceiving physical movement and exercise.

In this dialogue, you’ll learn how to find a way to move your body that feels good to you, and understand the role of intrinsic motivation to add movement into your daily routine. You will know the importance of connecting within through movement while also getting tips on how to make physical movement and exercise a lifestyle even when moments of unmotivation hit.

To connect with Louisa, you can find her on Instagram @bemotivatedcoaching and bemotivatedcoaching.com. To support the growth of this podcast, you can donate at: https://bit.ly/2VjP5Ft

#8 Dr. Aarti Anhal: How to find your resilience within through everyday life, stress, loss and trauma

#8 Dr. Aarti Anhal: How to find your resilience within through everyday life, stress, loss and trauma

August 23, 2020

Resilience is found within us all and it can be our best companion in times of change, stress, trauma and adversity. Dr. Aarti Anhal shares her personal story of resilience after losing her father when young, tells why resilience actually is a muscle you train and how the stories you tell relate to resilience as well. For day-to-day struggles, working in a high-stress environment to losing someone, Aarti offers tips how to tap into your resilience within. 

This episode of moving dialogue is dedicated to the key workers who are putting people in need before themselves, for those of us who have loved and lost loved ones, and for you who wants to overcome the adversities in your life and create something meaningful for yourself, and come out stronger than ever before. 

To connect with Aarti, you can find her on Instagram @beforenineofficial or Aarti Anhal on LinkedIn. To support the growth of this podcast, you can donate at: https://bit.ly/2VjP5Ft

#7: How to cope with times of change

#7: How to cope with times of change

August 9, 2020

Do you feel overwhelmed, anxious and uncertain about your next step in life? Have you ever had a time period in your life where there’s so much rejection despite your best efforts? In this episode, your host Essi and her assistant producer Usha discuss the difficulty of their times of change graduating from college, and share their wisdom to deal with the difficult emotions, setbacks and uncertainties. We hope our heartfelt conversation will give you strength to transition smoothly to the next phase of your life. If this episode resonated, please reach out to us on Instagram at @essiauguste or @ushahamalcoaching so we can continue to create episodes that serve you. To support this podcast to keep bringing more moving stories and value for you, you can donate at  https://bit.ly/2VjP5Ft  

#6 Ana Castillo: Why distance doesn’t need to stand in the way of true connection

#6 Ana Castillo: Why distance doesn’t need to stand in the way of true connection

July 26, 2020

What creates a good connection? In this episode of Moving Dialogues, your host, Essi Auguste Virtanen and Ana Castillo share the story of their strong friendship despite never having hung out with each other in person! Through their experience, you will learn some elements needed to create a friendship of a lifetime, and understand that ultimately, great friendships are about being there over the hardships, joys, excitements, and transitions of life through the shared experiences - and how you can truly connect with someone - even through a distance.

 

To connect with Ana Castillo, you can find her on Instagram @itsanacastillo 
To connect with Essi Auguste Virtanen, find her on Instagram @essiauguste
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#5 Dr. Jonathan Mike: How to keep moving, adapting and evolving to succeed in life

#5 Dr. Jonathan Mike: How to keep moving, adapting and evolving to succeed in life

May 24, 2020

From almost being expelled at below 2.0 GPA to defending his PhD, Dr. Jonathan Mike is an embodiment of resilience, adaptation and evolvement.

To move forward in life, you have to reinvent yourself as you go, and in this episode, Dr. Mike shares his personal story of how he kept on moving through failures and successes in the fitness and exercise science industry. He shares how he learned to see his failures, differentiate passion from purpose, and most importantly: to walk in his truth.

To connect with Dr. Jonathan Mike, you can find him on Instagram at @drjmike and his website: drjmike.com

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#4 Nadine Dash Pt. 2: Why pain is a valuable lesson for you to learn

#4 Nadine Dash Pt. 2: Why pain is a valuable lesson for you to learn

May 12, 2020

Pain is universal for all of us and we are all connected. 

Nadine Dash shares in this second part of the interview the importance of learning to be in the discomfort of their pain. In her words, pain can open up your life. She also speaks about the importance of honoring and treasuring your body, mind and soul, and making that a priority.

As Nadine said: Pain is there “to teach you a lesson, so you can receive a blessing.”

Through this podcast episode, you can also receive tangible tools that have helped her with her chronic pain, hoping to help others in a similar condition.

To connect with Nadine, you can find her on Instagram @dearnadined

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#3 Nadine Dash Pt. 1: Conquering chronic illness with courage

#3 Nadine Dash Pt. 1: Conquering chronic illness with courage

May 10, 2020

Imagine having to endure pain so high that you cannot even get out of bed? Imagine going through pain that is beyond anything you have ever experienced? Now, imagine living with the realization that this pain is going to be a continuous part of your life.

We have all experienced some degree of pain, but for Nadine Dash, pain is very different. In this episode, Nadine shares her story of coming to terms with a chronic illness, fibromyalgia. This is her powerful journey of resilience and path of connection within herself and others. Join us in her inspiring story of faith and wisdom, through which she was able to take back the control of her life.

To connect with Nadine Dash, you can find her on Instagram @dearnadined

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#2 Usha Hamal: Why self-compassion is your best friend

#2 Usha Hamal: Why self-compassion is your best friend

April 26, 2020

In this life, there are things we can control and things we have no control over. Challenges, loss, insecurities, broken heart, separation are an inevitable, natural part of life that we can’t control. We can, however, decide how to treat ourselves in those moments.

When you are going through something difficult, what language do you choose to speak to yourself? Is the voice of criticism really helping you to move forward or vice versa?

In this dialogue, Self-Compassion Coach Usha Hamal tells her own personal stories about self-compassion, explains what self-compassion really means and gives tangible tools how you can tap into your self-compassion more.

Everything starts from within and if you find that self-compassion for yourself, then you can also show up in the world through it as well. 

To connect with Usha, find her on Instagram at @ushahamalcoaching

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#1: Essi Auguste Virtanen: The struggles we face are potential in disguise

#1: Essi Auguste Virtanen: The struggles we face are potential in disguise

April 19, 2020

In this episode the host Essi Auguste Virtanen reads a story she wrote back in 2017 that changed everything for her. 

Sometimes in life it takes a series of bad incidents and experiences that take you to the darkest part of life, where you lose sight of who you are, to find something bigger than yourself, to find your potential, your strength, and your purpose. Even in the moment of hurdles life throws your way, when your life turns upside down, you still have a choice, the question is: which lens do you choose to see it from?

To connect with Essi, find her on Instagram @essiauguste or her website https://www.essiaugustevirtanen.com/

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