“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.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 29: The Truth About Comfort Zones
Have you ever found yourself doing something to make yourself comfortable, but soon realize it's really not that comfortable at all? In this episode, Noa talks about the power of vulnerability and asking for help when it comes to conquering our fears.
To reach out to Noa directly, email him at NoaShaw@mac.com
Episode 28: What To Do When Fear Takes The Wheel
After a brief hiatus, Noa is back with a brand new episode! In this short but powerful chat, Noa talks about what to do when fear takes the wheel. The way we show up in our lives impacts the way we feel. We can choose to show up with a heart full of love or a heart full of fear. When we choose to show up in love, we are taking an intentional step to live in faith that things always work out for us. And ultimately, that makes us feel a whole lot better. Small action steps create a domino effect of love in our lives. What steps can you take today?
Episode 27: How Small Habit Changes Make a Big Difference in Our Lives
When we think about changing our lives, most of us talk ourselves out of it before even beginning. Change can seem overwhelming, but if we focus on making small changes to our daily habits, before we know it, we've made a huge impact on our lives. In this episode, Noa shares his personal journey with health and fitness and the recent changes he's made, as well as hope and advice for anyone looking to live better.
Episode 26: Feelings Aren't Facts: How to Navigate Our Emotions and Open Our Minds
In this episode, Noa talks about what happens when we let a feeling take over without having an open mind and a conversation about what's bothering us. What if you allowed yourself to explore what you're feeling before making it your truth? How would your life change if you traded your anger for an opportunity to learn more about yourself and evolve?
Episode 25: Stoicism, Spirituality, and Finding Inner Peace With Stoic Elite
In this episode, Noa talks to Nick and Mike, the brothers behind the inspirational Instagram account Stoic Elite. After a traumatic facial injury, Nick endured 3 months with his jaw wired shut and experienced a major life transformation that inspired him to view the world in a different way. Learn more about their story in this inspiring episode and follow them on Instagram @StoicElite
Episode 24: Navigating the Heightened Emotions of the Holiday Season
Emotions are always heightened during the holidays, and in this short but powerful episode, Noa shares some guidance on how to navigate feelings like loneliness, regret, fear and more that always seem to bubble up to the surface this time of year. Take a deep breath, push play, and get ready to shift your perspective and know that you're not alone.
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.
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!!
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!