52 min

Accessible Yoga for the Brain Injury Community with Amy Zellmer Untapped Power: Insights and Wisdom for Collective Transformation in the Yoga Community

    • Alternative Health

In this episode I sit down with Amy Zellmer an award-winning author, speaker, traumatic brain injury survivor, and Editor-in-chief of MN YOGA + Life magazine. She suffered a life-changing traumatic brain injury (TBI) after a slip and fall on black ice. Since then, she has published four books that focus on concussion and TBI and, in 2019, began publishing The Brain Health Magazine.
Together we explore:
Amy’s journey into Yoga through a brain injury Entering the world of brain injuries and understanding the limitations from the rest of the societyAmy’s journey through online teacher training Online Yoga with the brain injury communityBreaking down the benefits of the online community for individuals with brain injuries - allowing people to stay connected How to handle spaces that are not accessibleImportance of understanding the needs of students if using the language of accessible yogaAccessible Yoga and Body Positive Yoga Resourcing and recommending other teachers based on their strengthsKnow your audienceMarketing and being in integrity with the language of accessibilityHaving the right resources for people to be supportedAmy’s journey into acquiring the MN Yoga and Life Magazine How Imposter syndrome showed up for Amy when she started her journey with the Yoga Life MagazinePractices for working through imposter syndrome - Meditation, self work and Reiki Lessons Learned from the community How perfection and the desire for more training can hold us back Letting go if people don’t like you and understanding our own validation patternsVision for the MN Yoga + Life Magazine being published twice a year and would like to grow it until 3 times a year Amy shares her personal vision and what is aheadHow busyness can show up as an avoidance mechanismUntapped power of educating the yoga community on brain injuries References: 
MN Life + Yoga Magazine Amy's Yoga Classes Instagram Amy Zellmer Join our free community today!
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In this episode I sit down with Amy Zellmer an award-winning author, speaker, traumatic brain injury survivor, and Editor-in-chief of MN YOGA + Life magazine. She suffered a life-changing traumatic brain injury (TBI) after a slip and fall on black ice. Since then, she has published four books that focus on concussion and TBI and, in 2019, began publishing The Brain Health Magazine.
Together we explore:
Amy’s journey into Yoga through a brain injury Entering the world of brain injuries and understanding the limitations from the rest of the societyAmy’s journey through online teacher training Online Yoga with the brain injury communityBreaking down the benefits of the online community for individuals with brain injuries - allowing people to stay connected How to handle spaces that are not accessibleImportance of understanding the needs of students if using the language of accessible yogaAccessible Yoga and Body Positive Yoga Resourcing and recommending other teachers based on their strengthsKnow your audienceMarketing and being in integrity with the language of accessibilityHaving the right resources for people to be supportedAmy’s journey into acquiring the MN Yoga and Life Magazine How Imposter syndrome showed up for Amy when she started her journey with the Yoga Life MagazinePractices for working through imposter syndrome - Meditation, self work and Reiki Lessons Learned from the community How perfection and the desire for more training can hold us back Letting go if people don’t like you and understanding our own validation patternsVision for the MN Yoga + Life Magazine being published twice a year and would like to grow it until 3 times a year Amy shares her personal vision and what is aheadHow busyness can show up as an avoidance mechanismUntapped power of educating the yoga community on brain injuries References: 
MN Life + Yoga Magazine Amy's Yoga Classes Instagram Amy Zellmer Join our free community today!
Leave a review and let us know your thoughts on this episode or follow along on Instagram.
Join our free community today!
Leave a review and let us know your thoughts on this episode or follow along on Instagram.

52 min