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After Winter Will Come Spring, Part 1

Hi There,

The looking to nature theme continues with this one as I take a look at our placement in life in relationship to the rhythm of the seasons, both in a "where we are in life right now" feeling as well as a way of orienting to the phenomenon of "winter", "spring", "summer", and "fall" in our own lives and bodies.

Next week I will be back with Part 2, as we take a look at how we can steer the tone of the budding new season in our lives and bodies by creating an environment of nourishment for our changing lives and bodies to grow into.

Big Love!

Dr. Rhea

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The Calm Feeling of a Balanced Life, with Evy Smith

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In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking to Evy Smith.  Evy and I connected online 10 years ago when she reached out to me in response to a blog I was writing.  We have built a relationship since that time and got to meet in person officially in 2014 when she premiered Love Bomb in Burlington, Vermont.  I feel that my relationship with her is exemplary of the positive power of the internet to connect me to wonderful inspiring people online and then in person.

Evy and I at the Premier of Love Bomb in Burlington, Vermont in October of 2014

Evy and I at the Premier of Love Bomb in Burlington, Vermont in October of 2014

Evy has a Masters in Health Education and a Masters in Clinical Psychology.  She is a certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist and Certified Life Coach.  She is a lifelong member of the Concept Therapy Institute.  Evy has served as a massage therapist and Thai Yoga Bodyworker which she practiced for 10 years.  Evy has been counseling people from all "walks of life" for over 30 years.  She offers an artful blend of alternative and conventional understanding in her counseling practice.  Currently she is an Employee and Family Assistance Counselor at the University of Vermont Medical Center and has a small practice in South Burlington, Vermont.

In this conversation we explore the feeling of life balance as peace, fulfillment, and an inner harmony that leads to a harmony with life itself.  She gives tips for finding this.

She shares about the power of nature and quiet times of reflection, as well as the importance of play and fun in the adult life.  Essentially, making sure every day includes elements of self care as well as doing something that brings joy.