38 episodes

“I’m Here to Help” is the mantra and journey of Noa Shaw. After finding himself in the personal hell he created with drugs, alcohol, and crime, Noa came out the other side with a driven purpose to help and serve others. Noa has been working in the therapeutic field for more than 20 years, and has been able to help others find peace of mind and serenity wherever they have been. With a ton of love, a dose of wisdom and a great deal of humor, Noa — now a cult favorite instructor at Soul Cycle — will help you find what he describes as “Mental Wealth.”
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I'm Here To Help The Podcast with Noa Shaw Gotham Podcast Studio

    • Alternative Health
    • 4.9 • 84 Ratings

“I’m Here to Help” is the mantra and journey of Noa Shaw. After finding himself in the personal hell he created with drugs, alcohol, and crime, Noa came out the other side with a driven purpose to help and serve others. Noa has been working in the therapeutic field for more than 20 years, and has been able to help others find peace of mind and serenity wherever they have been. With a ton of love, a dose of wisdom and a great deal of humor, Noa — now a cult favorite instructor at Soul Cycle — will help you find what he describes as “Mental Wealth.”
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    Michael Chernow

    Michael Chernow

    Michael Chernow is the epitome of a true New Yorker. Tough, driven, resilient, loving and a great person to know. He has gone from living the hard scrabble life on the streets of NYC to opening up multiple restaurants and creating a massive business all while making sure to stay kind and generous. It’s a story of redemption and success in life.
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    • 56 min
    Episode 37: Made in Montana

    Episode 37: Made in Montana

    Former Miss USA and current life and recovery coach Natasha Silverbell talks to Noa about
    self hatred and feelings of undeserved accomplishments that lead to substance abuse and addiction, getting called out for the sham with love and why she's here to help. 

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 36: Anna Roisman

    Episode 36: Anna Roisman

    It’s Important To Laugh. This week Noa sits down with comedian Anna Roisman of HQ fame. They discuss the importance of allowing yourself to laugh and how that can change your state of mind. 
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    • 55 min
    Episode 35: Olivia Young

    Episode 35: Olivia Young

    Olivia Young founder of box and flow joins Noa and shares her journey from Food and to Box and Flow, how she stays unstuck and what motivates her to motivate you. 
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    • 47 min
    Episode 34: Ali Prato

    Episode 34: Ali Prato

    Infertile AF podcast host, selfless helper and all around amazing human Ali Prato, joins Noa to "help you, help others, help themselves"
    They talk about challenges of conception, the depth of their friendship and the connection between mental health and the human co-operative.

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    • 48 min
    Episode 33: The Survivor

    Episode 33: The Survivor

    Noa is on the mic with Founder and Owner of Eastside Dance Company, Soulcyle Master Instructor, motivator, and advocate for change Trammell Logan. They talk about surviving, thriving and why Trammell is damn dope at what he does.
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    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
84 Ratings

84 Ratings

aaHamptons ,

Deep and Powerful Podcast

I’ve been listening to the podcasts and they have really had a profound impact on me. I especially like the ones where Noa just shares insights from his own life experiences, he’s a natural story teller and very sincere in wanting to help others feel better mentally and spiritually. The pod casts are uplifting and very genuine.

NikkiKanz ,

Noa is Back!

So happy to see Noa has revamped his podcast. Love the welcome back episode with Cara, really digging the new intro and cover pic! Also excited to read your book when it’s done. Keep going Noa you will touch so many!!

Alexandra Page ,

Inspiring and Empowering!

I first came across Noa at SoulCylce and it was one of the most empowering experiences. Now that I don’t live in NYC anymore I always come back to see Noa whenever I’m in town and I’m so happy to have found connection with Noa through this podcast!

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