April 20, 2016
At some point in our lives, we all have experienced some type of pain. Physical and emotional pain can create discomfort and distraction in our daily lives, and sometimes lead to us limit the activities in which we become involved. New research indicates that pain has many components, including our expectations, emotions and environment, and that all of it needs to be addressed when striving for the best outcomes in addressing acute and chronic pain. Whether you are someone you love is affected by pain, join us for our discussion to understand how this new thinking can affect your perspective on pain.
Our Guest, Rey Allen, graduated from The European Rolfing Association in Munich, Germany in 2002 and became a Certified Advanced Rolfer in 2009. For over 20 years, Rey has been dedicated to advancing his skills in areas of specialty like biomechanics, visceral manipulation, and nerve manipulation.
Over six years ago, Rey began to investigate the field of pain science and it dramatically changed his focus and perspective. Doing extensive reading and research on neuroscience and neurophysiology, Rey has come to better understand the cause of many common pain complaints, and that they cannot be solely explained by biomechanics, structure, and/or posture. A new, more plausible explanation has emerged from scientific evidence for how manual and movement therapies lessen chronic tension and pain, creating room for more individual expression.
Rey now works from the explanatory model known as DermoNeuroModulating (DNM). DNM incorporates the most up-to-date scientific evidence from numerous fields (neuroscience, pain science, biology, physiology, and more) and therapeutic observations to most accurately explain why and how tissue change occurs. These insights provide more options for providing greater treatment outcome. Rey also teaches the DNM model to fellow rolfing practitioners.
Rey’s work has been the focus of articles in the New York Times and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Rey will be joining us from his office in New York City.
You can learn more about Rey and rolfing at www.rolfingnewyork.com.
April 18, 2016
There are few diseases that have affected as many individuals and families as Cancer. It can be a devastating diagnosis, but more and more, there are reasons to have hope due to the progress being made in treatment options for many forms of cancer. As part of our discussion on exciting medical news, this week we are joined by an accomplished and highly respected oncologist who will share with us the things that he is most excited about in advancements in the treatment of cancer.
Dr. Michael Mullane is board certified in internal medicine, medical oncology and hematology, and practices with Aurora hospitals in Southeastern Wisconsin. He did a fellowship in hematology and medical oncology at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Mo, and he completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Minnesota Hospitals and Clinics in Minneapolis. Dr. Mullane earned his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD.
Dr. Mullane summarizes his perspective on his work by saying: “I believe outstanding, personalized cancer care can be delivered by combining the most recent scientifically advanced treatments with compassionate, honest communication in a community setting staffed by a team of well-trained, dedicated cancer care professionals. It is my goal to help you achieve the very best results possible during a difficult time.”
We are honored to have Dr. Mullane as a guest.
For more information about Dr. Mullane, please go to https://www.aurorahealthcare.org/doctors/dr-michael-p-mullane-md
April 14, 2016
This week begins a new series of shows that will look closely at some of the exciting advancements that are happening in the fields of medicine, healthcare and wellness. There are many reasons to be optimistic about how our overall health can now be sustained, and how diseases can be addressed, that include new thinking and new discoveries. Some conditions that even 10 years ago would have been considered serious can now be managed through readily available drugs or changes in habits that are fully within our control.
We begin with a look at some of the ways that Eastern and Western medicine are working together to achieve improved results. Our guest, Heather Peterman, will discuss how she has worked with acupuncture and other Eastern treatments in combination with the work of doctors in a traditional hospital setting with great outcomes.
Heather Peterman is board certified and licensed in the state of Wisconsin as an Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from The Midwest College of Oriental Medicine. She is currently a candidate for her Doctoral degree in Oriental Medicine.
In working with clients, it is Heather’s goal to provide a quality of care that is designed to enable the patient’s natural ability to heal and return to their optimal level of wellness. The goal of Acupuncture is to restore balance, increase circulation, decrease inflammation and nourish the body’s soft tissue and organs. Heather combines these principles with orthopedic massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial therapy, and nutritional counseling in order to provide holistic and comprehensive care.
In addition to her work in clinical practice Heather Peterman owns Sana Healing. She is dedicated to the advancement of her profession and the development of new practitioners.
For more information about Heather, please go to www.sanahealing.com
April 12, 2016
How often do we find ourselves so immersed and invested in the current path we are on that we fail to pause to consider if we are really feeling fulfillment on that path? Time can move very quickly, and it is easy for years or decades to go by while we distract ourselves with relationships, jobs and activities that we aren’t actually growing from, and don’t even actually enjoy. What does it mean to live “on purpose”? What areas of your life can you be taking a closer look at to re-assess if they are truly serving you, and that you have made a conscious decision to remain with? Join us this week when Host Chris Kann makes a rare solo studio appearance to share her thoughts on what you can do right now to make the decision to live “on purpose”.
Chris Kann is the host of the Mind Body Spirit Living radio show, a manifestation of her passion for her own personal growth and spiritual journey and the desire to inform and educate others in the process.
Chris is also the owner of CSK Marketing, Inc., a market research company founded in 1997. www.cskmarketing.com. Chris is a Registered Corporate Coach and guides clients to more personal and career fulfillment using insights from over 30 years in business. www.chriskanncoaching.com
in 2016, Chris and business partner Markus Kasunich, will launch the first in a suite of mobile apps focused on raising personal awareness.
April 11, 2016
A discussion of life purpose often inevitably comes around to the topic of work. But our life purpose can be more than about what we “do” with our time. It is also about who we are, what adventures and invitations we are given on our exploration, and how we use them to guide us. Our guest this week will share his thoughts on his own exploration of his life purpose, and what were the significant events that taught him his biggest lessons.
Glenn Klein is a graduate of UW-Madison with a degree in Communications. Glenn has also been a marketing and life coach since 2007.
Glenn has been broadcasting since high school, hosting shows in Illinois, Florida, and Wisconsin, and on Radio America. Glenn now hosts the mid-day show on one of America’s oldest radio stations, WRJN, which is also the home station of the Mind Body Spirit Living Show.
He spent his early adult life working with children as Owner/Director of his boyhood summer camp, Camp Menominee in Eagle River, Wisconsin, also serving as President of the Midwest Association of Independent Camps.
Glenn is a self-professed “political junkie”, a sports enthusiast, enjoys classic rock, oldies and bluegrass music and is the blessed father of six grown children, “The J Team” – Joseph, Jacob, Judah, Hannah Joy, Isaac Joel and Jessica.
For more information about Glenn, please check out http://coachglennklein.com/about-coach-glenn-klein
April 10, 2016
The feeling of connecting to life purpose can be different for each person, and many describe the experience as the “voice of their soul”. It can be a deep longing for a part of ourselves that lies like a treasure meant to be discovered. What do we need to do to uncover this deep calling within us? How can we do small things each day that allow us to come closer to that experience?
This week we are joined by frequent guest Markus Kasunich who will share his own personal experience of uncovering his life purpose, and share how he helps others to explore and find their own.
Markus Kasunich is Holistic Life & Consciousness Coach, Spiritual teacher, Healer, and Professional Speaker whose key focus is helping clients reveal the unlimited potential of their True Self. He offers private sessions, online coaching, and facilitates retreats, events and classes all over the globe.
Markus is also an artist and has been a featured artist in gallery showings.
For more information about Markus, go to www.markuskasunich.com.
April 8, 2016
Very often, people choose their job or career based on things like salary, benefits, income potential, respect, fame, titles, and other things that come with that choice. But in many cases, people then find themselves dissatisfied, and wondering where they went wrong in making that choice. How can you tap into the times in your life when you felt “in the right place at the right time” to lead you to discovering and defining your purpose in life?
This week we speak with a coach with many years of experience in helping others identify the times of pleasure and “feeling alive” in their lives to point them to the clues to their life purpose.
For over forty years, Patricia Clason has been doing speeches, workshops and media appearances as a professional speaker, trainer, consultant, writer, and coach giving over 5,000 presentations for corporations, associations, government agencies and non-profit organizations. Now the Director of the Center for Creative Learning which offers emotional intelligence programs for personal and professional development at offices in Milwaukee, Madison, and Detroit, Patricia has written many articles, training programs and personal growth seminars and is a sought-after guest for radio and television.
She is also the owner of Patricia Clason Coaching Associates. Patricia was the first to receive the Registered Corporate Coach designation from the National Association of Business Coaches (now the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches) and founder of the Business Coaching Certificate program at the School of Continuing Education at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.
Patricia’s most recently published book, Speaking of Success, is co-authored with Jack Canfield, Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard. She is featured in “So What Do You Do?” Joel Comm’s book about the geniuses next door. Her forthcoming book, Everyday EQ, will feature tips for emotional intelligence in our everyday relationships. She is the author of Taking It Lightly, an emotional intelligence weekend program, Healing Warrior Hearts, a similar program offered free for veterans, and the Successful Living Basic Training, Patricia has written over 50 programs for personal and professional development.
Patricia must truly practice what she teaches in the areas of communication, time management, and motivation, as well as business marketing, management, emotional intelligence and ethics. For more information on Patricia and her work, go to:
If we spend time in search of our life purpose, what are the bread crumbs that we can follow in that exploration? What are the clues along that journey that let us know that we are on the right path? And how will we know when we have discovered it? The clues might be obvious or subtle, and the goal may be elusive. This week we speak with someone who followed the clues that led to his life purpose with our guest, musician Mark Paffrath.
Mark Paffrath is an accomplished musician with a long career of published music and performances to his credit. Mark’s unique pop-folk style covers a range of his own original compositions as well as inspiring covers of new and classic tunes. Mark comes from a family of musicians, and is proficient at a variety of instruments and styles of music.
For more information about Mark and his music, go to www.markpaffrath.com.