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Stroke Survivor Chuck Rockey Shares How Coaching Helps with the Road to Recovery

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Amy Zellmer

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Chuck Rockey is a Princeton-educated engineer turned life coach with a passion for helping clients achieve inner happiness and joy though enriching their personal relationships. These steps forward can be a key factor not only achieving peace of mind but in overcoming heath issues ranging from from depression to anxiety. Chuck also facilitates groups where people build community as well as their capacity for vulnerability and empathy while having a lot of fun!

When not helping people build powerfully nourishing relationships, Chuck can be found in the yoga studio where he assists his students in one-on-one sessions to expand their physical development through various asanas (body postures) and encourages them to hone their inner teacher so they can carry their practice into the world.  Chuck also weaves in an in-depth knowledge of Buddhist psychology, Zen and meditation practices to his yoga teachings.

Chuck was a tech leader and entrepreneur in Silicon Valley for 25 years when a stroke left him temporarily unable to speak, see clearly or perform everyday functions. This life-altering experience profoundly changed his outlook giving him a renewed sense of purpose and the knowledge that out of adversity comes strength and the opportunity to help others. Many experiences and evolutions later, Chuck is dedicated to empowering people to live their best lives.

Episode sponsored by: Midwest Functional Neurology Center