Sleep edition – NS Acu Tribe of Mentors

Intro: Northshore Acupuncture Tribe of Mentors – Sleep Edition

Getting a good night’s sleep is critical for good health. Many experts now recognize sleep as being as important for good health (if not more) as nutrition and movement. So many things factor into whether or not we get high quality sleep – our emotional and spiritual health; what we consume – food, drinks, substances, music, news, social media; our lifestyle and daily habits; our physical health; our sleep environment. continue reading »

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Suzanne Badillo

Suzanne Badillo, PT, WCS

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Suzanne Aceron Badillo has over 20 years of experience in the field of physical therapy and is board certified in Women’s Health Physical Therapy.  She served as Clinical Program Director of Women’s Health Rehabilitation at the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab prior to co-founding Link Physical Therapy, with Judith Florendo. Suzanne is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Women’s Health (SOWH).  She has served as member and Chair of the SOWH CAPP-Obstetric Committee, developing and teaching the post-graduate certification curriculum on PT pregnancy and postpartum rehabilitation.  Her clinical, research, and educational interests include pelvic health, pregnancy/postpartum rehabilitation, and musculoskeletal care, and she lectures locally and nationally on these topics. Suzanne and her husband have three young children.
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Farah Baig

Farah Hussain Baig, LCSW

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Farah Hussain Baig, LCSW is the Founder & CEO of InnerVoice Psychotherapy & Consultation, a group private practice with locations in downtown Chicago and Skokie, Illinois.  She has 20 years of experience in the field of mental health.  Her clinical experience ranges from community mental health to employee assistance and has been in private practice since 2007.  Farah is frequently asked to speak on mental health related topics and has been interviewed as a clinical expert for various publications and television programs.

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Jodie Baudek

Jodie Baudek

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Jodie Baudek is the founder and owner of Essence of Life Integrative Wellness Studios, an entrepreneur, busiess woman, author, speaker, coach and more! She is known for her niche of yoga, pilates, meditation, and breathwork, but there isn’t anything she hasn’t taught because of her love of physical fitness. She certifies in yoga, meditation, pilates, and barre. More recently you can find her coaching, speaking on forums, and creating online courses. Check out her daily nuggets on Instagram. She is an international best selling author, YouTube host, Podcast host, and blogger. continue reading »

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Michelle Bobier

Michelle Bobier, BCST

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Michelle Bobier has been studying Tai Chi and Chi Gong for 24 years with Master Hongchao Zhang, one of the leading Chinese martial arts masters in America; Master Zhang awarded her a Sixth Duan in Chi Gong in 2015.  Additionally, she is a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist who completed the 700-hour BCST training at 3rd Coast Craniosacral of Evanston.  Additionally, she studied lymphatic work at the School of Inner health in Manitou Springs, Colorado.  The three modalities come together in her wellness practice, reSource Wellness, in Wilmette.  Her mission is to create a space where people can feel a sense of safety, peace, comfort and support; tap into their resources for healing; and achieve deep rest that can lead to profound change. continue reading »

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Tony Breitbach

Dr. Tony Breitbach

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Dr. Tony Breitbach is the founder of Wellness Revolution. It is his mission to be able to help as many people as he can get out of pain quickly and reach their full health potential through chiropractic care. He wants to help people without the use of drugs and surgery, the two usual options within the medical profession. He offers conservative solutions for neuromusculoskeletal conditions with chiropractic care. He is certified in Full body Active Release Techniques®, The McKenzie Method®, and dry needling. continue reading »

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Lela Beem

Lela Beem, E-RYT 500, RPYT, C-IAYT

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Lela Beem is a yoga therapist and the co-founder of Grateful Yoga of Evanston. Lela is also the co-founder of Amala School of Yoga, which specializes in training yoga teachers how to teach prenatal and postnatal yoga yearly in Chicago. She is a graduate of UMASS Amherst, a certified Kripalu yoga instructor and a Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy practitioner. Lela is a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT) through the International Association of Yoga Therapy.

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Ray Charles

Dr. Ray Charles

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Dr. Ray Charles is a best-selling author and speaker, and travels the globe training leaders, and future leaders, on Righteous Leadership.

Since 1993, at a time when the word “coach” was, generally, only associated with sports or executive coaching, Dr Ray has been a faithful pioneer in the field of spiritual coaching –  coaching leaders including: business, civic, government, clergy and, sports and entertainment leaders to lead from a position of righteousness. continue reading »

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Dina Collins

Dina Collins

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Dina Collins is the founder of Soul Walks by Dina and an energetic Soulful Nature Photographer who inspires herself and others with  the help of her lens to explore nature. continue reading »

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Rachel Coppola

Rachel Coppola

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Rachel Coppola is a yoga and meditation instructor with over two decades of experience. She first came to the practice while living in New York City and dancing on Broadway. Meditation provided (and continues to provide) the calm center within the busyness. Rachel’s guiding principle is the belief that “yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self” and it is through bearing gentle witness to all the realities of our being—the joys and the sorrows—that inner peace can be realized.

Rachel’s meditation classes draw from a wide range of philosophies, traditions, and teachings and she supports her students in building a practice that works for them. In Rachel’s yoga classes, she teaches people to understand their bodies better, to find what currently exists for them physically and mentally. Whether it’s the need to unwind from excess stress, build more strength and flexibility, heal from injury, change a habit, build energy or just have FUN. Self care is all one needs to find balance, good health and abundant happiness. 

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