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Gardening Your Way to Brain Health with Compassion and Grace

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Amy Zellmer

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Natalie Forstbauer is a TEDx speaker, award-winning entrepreneur, author, organic/biodynamic farmer and traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivor. She is passionate about human potential and seeing people live their best lives. Raised on an organic farm, trained in Polarity Therapy, alternative medicine, Neurofeedback and Transformational Leadership she brings a wealth of knowledge and life experience to her audiences and clients. Gardening and farming with a brain injury showed her healing is not always about "fixing what we perceive to be broken". Compassion and grace can to turn brain injuries and adversity into brain upgrades and new opportunities. Getting dirty in the fields, taking equipment apart and leaning into the powerful wisdoms of nature Natalie learned what it is to nurture and harvest one's gifts and to compost adversity into something meaningful and valuable. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Heart & Soil Magazine she brings together quality information and advice on regenerative agriculture and global health.

Episode brought to you by: Integrated Brain Centers

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