Dealing with Pain with Miche Kirkman

In this episode of The Radical Impact Podcast we are joined by Miche Kirkman, LMT. 

Miche is a licensed massage therapist and reiki master-teacher, she is also trained in Craniosacral Therapy, CST1, CST2, and SERI practicums. 

In this episode we uncover…

  • Why a massage therapist’s most important body part should be his/her ears.
  • What Miche has learned about working with people and listening to them
  • How emotions and energy can effect your body
  • How our bodies are constantly sending us messages 
  •  Why in our world today we live in a constant state of fight or flight and how it is harming us. 
  • How we can listen to our inner physician
In this episode Miche recommends the video The Science of Grounding with Clint Ober, for access to this video click under our logo!
 
We hope that you enjoy this episode with Miche, leave us some feedback in the comments, what was your favorite part of this episode?

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