Welcome back tribe and happy Friday! I am so excited to be talking with Shana Robinson in today’s episode. Today we are talking about exploring and listening to our bodies. Food and Mood are connected and our bodies are databases that we can learn how to read. Shana shares with us her story about how she went from working in corporate with companies like Yahoo! And Google to diving into Chinese medicine, acupuncture and yoga. She shares tips on how to overcome imposter syndrome, some common health and adrenal fatigue struggles you may unknowingly have and so much more. Get ready to relearn what you thought you knew about prioritizing your energy and recharging your body through holistic measures.
In Today’s Episode You Will Learn:
-Falling back into corporate after not finding a foot-in
-Overcoming imposter syndrome to step into your gifts
-Lessons about leaving the corporate world and transitioning into entrepreneurship
-Common unknown struggles people face in their health
-How to recharge your body
-Prioritizing your energy and health in a holistic way
-Recharging your body through food and meditation
-Good comfort vs Bad comfort
Who is Shana Robinson:
Shana Robinson created Wellness A-to-Z, A Corporate Survivor's Guide to Health, Wellness and the Pursuit of a More Harmonious Life.
Shana is a 9-5 Burnout turned Personal and Professional Wellness Educator. After several stints in Corporate America and stress related health issues, she decided to combine her corporate career with her culinary, yoga and Traditional Chinese Medicine training to create her content and curriculum.
Shana is committed to helping others learn to cook and save time in the kitchen, understand that nutrient dense ingredients are key regardless of what diet you follow, find a job they love, and calm the F down. She believes that your health is not a hobby and small, incremental changes lead to sustained and powerful impact.
Shana's corporate experience was at Yahoo!, eBay, Google, Twitter, Blue Apron and Compass in Human Resources and Operations. Shana holds a B.A. from Santa Clara University, a chef's training certification from The Natural Gourmet Institute, 200 hour RYT and an Acupuncture Detoxification Certification from NADA.
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