JIP 136: Rebecca Alexander

Rebecca Alexander

Rebecca Alexander: crushing life with Usher Syndrome Rebecca is an author (Not Fade Away: A Memoir of Senses Lost and Found), psychotherapist, public speaker (including a TedTalk), group fitness instructor, extreme athlete and disability right advocate… yes, all of that! She also has a genetic disorder called Usher Syndrome type 3, which causes her to…

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JIP 130: Adrian Molina

Adrian Molina: how Yoga can help with depression & mental health Adrian comes back on the show today to talk to us about the evolution of his approach to Yoga throughout the years. Adrian doesn’t consider Yoga as a static/non-evolving practice. As human beings evolve, society evolves, and our needs evolve. Indeed it makes sense…

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JIP 129: Agnes Fischer

Agnes Fischer: a fertility story through IVF & egg freezing Agnes – the author of Eggs Unscrambled – talks to us about her fertility journey through egg freezing & IVF. As most woman in a marriage, Agnes tried to get pregnant earlier in her life. However, things didn’t turn out as expected and she ended…

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JIP 125: Gina Knight

Gina Knight: her life with alopecia Gina Atinuke Knight is a British entrepreneur, model, content creator and alopecia advocate. After years of working in the beauty & hair industry, she discovered she had a form of alopecia, CCCA (Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia). But before talking about that in detail, Gina starts by sharing about her…

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JIP 120: Matthew Koman

Matthew Koman: finding balance through sports & helping others Matt is a professional athlete who plays for the USA Beach Handball Team and is also a holistic coach. Matt’s life has always been very “sport-centric”, growing up with athlete parents and playing baseball, basketball & (American) football himself. Matt is a very talented athlete, with…

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JIP 117: Shawn J. Moore

Shawn J. Moore, The Mindful Rebel

Shawn J. Moore: bringing mindfulness to underserved communities Shawn is a meditation teacher, reiki & sound healer, yoga teacher and all around Mindful Rebel. Shawn started meditation when he was teenagers, back when meditation wasn’t really a cool things or a buzz word. He was part of the “weird” crowd of people who meditated and…

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JIP 109: Rodrigo Souza

Rodrigo Souza

Rodrigo Souza: adapting to life in a wheelchair Rodrigo was born and raised in Brazil by a free-spirited mother. From a young age, core values such as gratitude and kindness were taught to him along with a sense of curiosity and adventure due to many house moves. At 22 years-old, Rodrigo decided he wanted to…

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JIP 108: Yariela Sequeira

Yariela Sequeira

Yariela Sequeira: normalizing therapy & mental health Yari is a licensed mental health counselor, or as she like to call herself an “outside the box licensed mental health counselor” to be precise. Yari wants to democratize a different approach to “traditional” therapy, a more human & holistic approach centered around connection, communication and love. She…

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JIP 107: Kirill Ignatieff

Kirill Ignatieff

Kirill Ignatieff: bridging the gap between Technology & Spirituality Kirill is a super interesting guy with an amazing mindset and high-level of awareness, which was clear throughout the whole conversation. Kirill was born in Belarus and grew up with good education but experienced the effects of the Cold War including rationed foods. It was during…

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JIP 105: Carlos DelaPlaya

Carlos DelaPlaya, Carlos Rubio

Carlos DelaPlaya: how to love your authentic self We are happy to welcome Carlos on the show once again. If you missed our first conversation with him, you can check it out here: https://justinterestingpeople.com/jip-002-carlos-rubio In this episode, we dive into Carlos’ journey on living a true authentic life. Carlos has spent an incredible amount of…

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