19 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.

Into the Well Podcast Ryan Willms

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0, 19 Ratings

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.

    John Huddart: The Role of Fathers, Indigenous Wisdom & Toolkits for Health

    John Huddart: The Role of Fathers, Indigenous Wisdom & Toolkits for Health

    On episode 19 I speak to John Huddart, my first health coach and the man who introduced me to cold plunges, Wim Hof, sleep hygiene, mens work, plant medicines and much more. It’s hard to imagine where I’d be without John, but in this conversation he shares some milestones on his own journey and how he’s discovered that the world is far more beautiful than what’s been presented to us.

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Sanjay Rawal: Multi-Day Running, Self-Transcendence & Finding Joy through Exertion

    Sanjay Rawal: Multi-Day Running, Self-Transcendence & Finding Joy through Exertion

    On this episode I talk to Sanjay Rawal about his film 3100: Run and Become, and what he’s learnt from finding joy through exerting his body. Sanjay shares the concept of an, ‘Athlete-Seeker’ and how using our physical practice can contribute to a spiritual practice, the power of connecting to the Earth and the wisdom of his mentor, Sri Chinmoy.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Christopher McDougall: Running with Joy, Cold Plunges & Burro Racing

    Christopher McDougall: Running with Joy, Cold Plunges & Burro Racing

    On this episode I speak with author Christopher McDougall about running with joy vs. running for 1st place, cold plunges, mental health and how the craft of writing and running share a similar cadence. We touch on aspects of all of his books, the characters involved and the way that running has unlocked a world of adventure, as well as glimpse into his next book.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Mark Wolynn: Understanding Core Language, Family Trauma & Nurturing our Inner Child

    Mark Wolynn: Understanding Core Language, Family Trauma & Nurturing our Inner Child

    On episode 16 I speak to Mark Wolynn about his work in the field of family trauma, his book, It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle, and how stress effects our DNA. Mark’s work has been eye-opening and powerful for me personally and I’m excited to share my experience with his workshops and book as Mark shares his own story and how his practice has evolved alongside the science that supports his work.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Whit Hornsberger: De-conditioning the Mind & Learning to See for Ourselves

    Whit Hornsberger: De-conditioning the Mind & Learning to See for Ourselves

    On this episode Whit Hornsberger talks about finding a mindful balance between the spiritual and physical, de-conditioning our minds, overcoming our fears and the path that led him from college basketball start to teaching meditation, yoga and Vipassanā around the world, including his new online program, Teaching the Mind.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Solo Episode: Lessons from the Plants, Being Inspired by Love & Finding My Voice

    Solo Episode: Lessons from the Plants, Being Inspired by Love & Finding My Voice

    On episode 14 I sat down alone for the second solo episode of the podcast following three weeks of COVID-19 isolation and a month out from a 3-night plant medicine ceremony. I share how the integration is going, some of the key insights and the tools I’ve been using recently to stay grounded.

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Zoë J. ,

Thank you

Beautifully insightful, went on a run today just to listen to this

Josh Archer, esquire ,

Stop and listen

Ryan is a great interviewer—asks natural but thought provoking questions, follows the lead of the guest and knows when to interject and when to listen. A perfect example is the interview with Chris McDougall. I appreciated and enjoyed the interview so much so that I listened to it twice and took notes the second time. Really fantastic. Ryan is adding tremendous value to the listener.

brntbacon ,

This podcast is eye opening!

I’ve been following Into the Well since its inception. I love it. I found it at a time in my life that I really needed to change my mind about a lot of things. It’s been eye opening to dive into the information Ryan has to offer. Being new to podcasts - this is the first series I’ve ever listened to! - I’ve been excited to follow along, and have enjoyed each episode, tremendously. Each guest brings something different to the table. I can’t recommend this podcast enough! Thanks, Ryan (and Sean!)!

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