47 episodes

By balancing the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual—we can learn to live in harmony with ourselves and our environment. Hosted by Ryan Willms, the Into the Well podcast explores a variety tools and modalities to create sustainable well-being and the people that are walking the path in an authentic inspiring way. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/into-the-well/support

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By balancing the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual—we can learn to live in harmony with ourselves and our environment. Hosted by Ryan Willms, the Into the Well podcast explores a variety tools and modalities to create sustainable well-being and the people that are walking the path in an authentic inspiring way. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/into-the-well/support

    Jamie Miller: Biomimicry, Learning from Death & Indigenous Wisdom

    Jamie Miller: Biomimicry, Learning from Death & Indigenous Wisdom

    On episode 47 I speak with Jamie Miller, PhD — founder of Biomimicry Frontiers. Jamie is an award-winning designer who has been studying, practicing, and applying biomimicry since 2004 - when he first learned of the concept through the Fibonacci Sequence in a math and poetry course, and since has been exploring engineering focused on urban resilience and systems-level application of biomimicry. In our conversation we speak about how biomimicry can play a roll in our individual lives and on a corporate level, how we can re-learn from Indigenous communities and the process of death. Jamie shares his interpretation of the adaptive cycle and we discuss how for our culture and planet to heal, we as human beings need to re-embrace our own nature and stop opposing ourselves and the planet.


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    • 1 hr 25 min
    Matt Fitzgerald: Trusting Ourselves, 80/20 and The Endurance Diet

    Matt Fitzgerald: Trusting Ourselves, 80/20 and The Endurance Diet

    On the latest episode in my triathlon focused series, Road to 70.3, I speak with author, nutritionist, coach and runner Matt Fitzgerald. He's been in the endurance world for decades as runner and triathlete, but more so known for his books 80/20 Triathlon, The Endurance Diet, Iron Wars, Running the Dream and his latest, The Comeback Quotient. In our discussion we dive into some of my personal questions about building an aerobic base, what he's learned and seen through research, the creative process of narrative writing, following his fathers footsteps in both running and writing and learning to ultimately trust yourself. His latest book is about mental resilience and we speak about how this is incorporated into each day, each training session and how it is going to be the key to unlocking peace, presence and performance, surprisingly the simple act of accepting the truth is at the center of this, unsurprisingly it's a lot harder for us than we think.


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    • 1 hr 35 min
    Road to 70.3: Becoming a Triathlete, Heart Focused Training and Conscious Identity

    Road to 70.3: Becoming a Triathlete, Heart Focused Training and Conscious Identity

    In the first episode of the Road to 70.3 series, I dive in solo, sharing why I'm embarking on this experience, some of the questions that inspired the drive, what I am hoping to become in the process and bringing a beginner's mind to the sport. I speak on James Clear's Atomic Habits and Steven Kotler's work about habits, goals and flow state as a way to be in the moment, learn more about ourselves, connect in a deeper way and prove to ourselves that we have self-belief, love and can achieve more than we think.


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    • 23 min
    Cordell Jacks: Part 2, Ceremonial Dreaming & Beyond the Senses

    Cordell Jacks: Part 2, Ceremonial Dreaming & Beyond the Senses

    On episode 44 I dive back into the dream space with our guide, Cordell Jacks. It’s part two of our discussion, following up after I took his 6-week course, Ceremonial Dreaming. In our conversation we talk about how and why its related to plant medicine work, why we need to bring a lightness to all of our inner work, why do we resist simple practices that we know will help ups and what is potential beyond the five senses in the dream realm. Cordell sheds light on how we can interpret our dreams and how these practices can help us grow in each day but maximizing the opportunity of life.


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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Leon Cerrone: Cycling Lessons, Overcoming Injury & Being Socially Vulnerable

    Leon Cerrone: Cycling Lessons, Overcoming Injury & Being Socially Vulnerable

    On episode 43 I chat with Leon Cerrone; who I found through sharing his journey with depression through a Mr Porter x Rapha project last year. I was inspired by his vulnerability, sharing his struggle with injury, feeling alone and how cycling and the community around it helped him survive. We dive into some cycling tips for keeping up with the pros, his career in fashion and finding Inventory magazine, the adversity of being a Gunners supporter and growing up boxing and how his relationship with his father and English culture began to shape his emotional experience. Leon also shares how things snowballed to the point of trying to take his own life, and how that inspired him to get help.


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    • 1 hr 9 min
    James Sebastiano: What is Suffering, a Neti Neti Process & Chasing the Present

    James Sebastiano: What is Suffering, a Neti Neti Process & Chasing the Present

    In episode 42 I speak with James Sebastiano; a multi-faceted marketing expert, conscious entrepreneur and protagonist of the documentary, Chasing the Present. After watching the film, I was inspired to reach out to James to speak as it was a beautiful, deeply insightful and potent story featuring Gary Weber, Russell Brand, Graham Hancock, Sri Prem Baba, Alex Grey and several more. Our conversation dives into suffering, attachment to false identity, working with plant medicines, the process of making Chasing the Present and the mirror of our families. James is really open and shares a beautiful story both in the episode, but also in the the film itself. At the core, part of the process is beginning to truly ask ourselves, "Who am I?" and feeling what comes up from this, can lead to liberation and connection.


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    • 1 hr 26 min

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