No Magic Bullet Podcast - An Honest Discussion on Mental Health

People Got To Move

February 22, 2024 Bobby Koven
People Got To Move
No Magic Bullet Podcast - An Honest Discussion on Mental Health
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No Magic Bullet Podcast - An Honest Discussion on Mental Health
People Got To Move
Feb 22, 2024
Bobby Koven

“Exercise and health and how it is the single biggest factor that's going to impact our life, our longevity”

Vanessa Ast Biller

 

 

People Got to Move: An Insight into Therapeutic Movement with Vanessa Ast-Biller

 

In episode two of season three of a podcast, host Bobby K.  interviews Vanessa Ast Biller, a renowned therapeutic movement instructor part of the Beaver Valley family. Vanessa speaks about her passion for exercise therapy, an approach that blends physical movement and mental exercises, to foster overall well-being. She discusses her professional journey, dealing with clients suffering from diverse mental issues such as ADHD and addiction, and how a mindful movement practice can lead to improved mental health. Vanessa speaks on her own experiences with neurodivergence and HSP, helping to shape the empathetic perspective she applies to her work. The conversation also touches on the support network Vanessa has cultivated, including friends, family, and her husband as key contributors who have been vital throughout her continuous learning process.

 

00:01 Introduction and Background

00:28 Guest Introduction: Vanessa

03:34 Vanessa's Journey and Challenges

06:08 Exercise Therapy: A New Approach

15:20 The Role of Exercise in Mental Health

24:02 Dealing with Addiction and Complexities

25:28 Vanessa's Support System and Advice

27:28 Conclusion and Final Thoughts

 

Links:‌ ‌ 

https://www.instagram.com/vastfit/

http://nomagicbullet.org/

 

 

Show Notes

“Exercise and health and how it is the single biggest factor that's going to impact our life, our longevity”

Vanessa Ast Biller

 

 

People Got to Move: An Insight into Therapeutic Movement with Vanessa Ast-Biller

 

In episode two of season three of a podcast, host Bobby K.  interviews Vanessa Ast Biller, a renowned therapeutic movement instructor part of the Beaver Valley family. Vanessa speaks about her passion for exercise therapy, an approach that blends physical movement and mental exercises, to foster overall well-being. She discusses her professional journey, dealing with clients suffering from diverse mental issues such as ADHD and addiction, and how a mindful movement practice can lead to improved mental health. Vanessa speaks on her own experiences with neurodivergence and HSP, helping to shape the empathetic perspective she applies to her work. The conversation also touches on the support network Vanessa has cultivated, including friends, family, and her husband as key contributors who have been vital throughout her continuous learning process.

 

00:01 Introduction and Background

00:28 Guest Introduction: Vanessa

03:34 Vanessa's Journey and Challenges

06:08 Exercise Therapy: A New Approach

15:20 The Role of Exercise in Mental Health

24:02 Dealing with Addiction and Complexities

25:28 Vanessa's Support System and Advice

27:28 Conclusion and Final Thoughts

 

Links:‌ ‌ 

https://www.instagram.com/vastfit/

http://nomagicbullet.org/