In this special episode, co-hosts and health and wellness experts Taraleigh Weathers and Dr. Leah Taylor celebrate their 25th Groove Therapy podcast episode by talking about the return of live music! In it, they discuss all the feels of coming back to live music after quarantine and insights they are making about how important live music is in their lives. The two discuss tips and techniques they use to ground and center if it all begins to feel overwhelming and ways they have learned over the years to fully tap into the medicine of live music. Also discussed is when it is too much and how to navigate FOMO in service of needed rest and downtime. Lastly, listeners will get to find out when the pair might actually meet in person and the spontaneous combustion that may occur as a result.
Taraleigh Weathers is the leader of fabulous Rocking Life Retreats and founder of the Rocking Life Entrepreneur Program where she helps people with ADHD that have a bazillion ideas in their head and need focus and guidance to figure out how they can bring it all together in a unique offering so you can make reliable income doing what you love. She is also the author of the book How to Rock Your Life.
Leah Taylor, PhD is an integrative mental health specialist with a PhD in Mind-Body Medicine and a researcher of live music and how it relates to wellbeing. She is the founder of the SHINE Collective, an online membership for live music fans ready to live their best life every day, not just show days and the creator of Embodied Groove ™ a live music movement experience designed to enhance the benefits of live music and raise the vibe at every show.
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