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Are you ready to learn the skills you need to support a lifetime of making? Then you're in the right place! My mission is to motivate and empower artists like you through education, mindful-living, and movement! In each episode, I will make information about the body more accessible by teaching you the tips, tricks, and strategies I use in my everyday routine. You'll also get to listen in on honest conversations with experts from around the world. I hope this podcast inspires you to create a ...
 
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I am so excited to share that this is Wellness for Makers’ 50th Podcast episode! Thank you all for tuning in week after week. For sharing episodes with your friends, family, students, and co-workers. It truly means so much to me! I am so honored to be able to have the opportunity to share so many incredible conversations that leave you feeling insp…
 
Rebecca Mezoff, author of the bestselling book, The Art of Tapestry Weaving, loves nothing more than helping new tapestry weavers untangle the mystery of making images with yarn. Rebecca has a background in Occupational Therapy and in this episode she shares how her journey with OT shifted her perspective in the weaving studio. She shares some grea…
 
I’m so excited to introduce my friend Raïssa bump to the show! Raïssa is a talented contemporary art jeweler and the founder of Reset. Her mission with Reset is to educate others to be attentive to their body’s signals and provide them with practical self-tuning techniques so they can continue creating. Raïssa and I clearly have a shared passion fo…
 
We often know what we should do. How many times has your body told you to readjust your posture, stretch, drink a glass of water, or take a nap, and you ignored it? How many times have you powered through pain or strain to get something done? We often know what we can do to care for ourselves now but we ignore the signals our body sends us until th…
 
I am so excited to introduce this week’s guest to the show. Andrea Lui is a board certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy (OCS), and is skilled in treating a variety of patients with acute and chronic pain. Andrea is passionate about patient education and empowering her patients to help themselves. I found Andrea through her in…
 
Critical Smiths is Back! We have the dynamic trio of Lucy Derickson, Jane Marsching, and Julia Giangrande on the podcast! In today's conversation we dive into a very special research project conducted by Julia following the life cycle of Jewelry Pickle. Listeners are invited to consider how their materials impact the environment and their health mo…
 
There is always fear that our favorite thing can be taken from us and Leah and Grace's profound story reminds us of this. Throughout the episode we talk about the immense importance of listening and cultivating a relationship with your body. Especially as life continues after injury and trauma, how do we sustain our most important connection with o…
 
In this powerful episode with the honorable Susanna Barkataki, we unpack the roots of yoga, cultural appropriation, and how yoga connects to social justice. We learn how we can combat the erasure of people from whom sacred traditions come from. Susanna is the author of Embrace Yoga's Roots: Courageous Ways to Deepen Your Yoga Practice. She supports…
 
Heidi Lowe is a life long artist, a jeweler, an educator, and life and business coach! She is also an incredible friend and mentor. Heidi is the owner of Heidi Lowe Gallery. I worked as a summer intern for Heidi while I was in grad school and I seriously loved every moment. Not only did I learn more about running a gallery, business, and living a l…
 
emiko oye is a Japanese American artist who creates bold and colorful jewelry with repurposed LEGO® - from her emikooreware ready-to-wear line, to one-of-a-kind, conceptual work inspired by haute couture, art history, David Bowie, Nonviolent Communication and Mindfulness. Once the 2020 pandemic hit, she pivoted to put full focus on her wellness off…
 
I am so excited to introduce today’s guest, Tyler Benner. Tyler is former US Archery Olympic level archer, author, and the Founder of Venn Design a company dedicated to creating furniture designed for human movement. I reached out to Tyler because I love Venn Design’s Air Chair, a Stability ball that is beautifully crafted with you in mind to help …
 
Valentine’s Day Weekend is here! I know your weekend might look a bit different this year than it has in the past. But don’t worry. You can show your love, affection, and appreciation to your partner, friend, roommate, and yourself without going to a fancy spa or restaurant. Massage is a great way to intentionally reconnect. In this episode, I shar…
 
Today’s guest is Leon Mueller, the CEO & Co-Founder of Bloom. An interactive video self-therapy app that empowers users to be their own therapist. Bloom’s interactive short videos guide you through CBT exercises personalized to your needs. Think fitness for your mind! Leon was born in Germany and later studied Finance & Business in the UK. He resid…
 
This week's guest is John Furniss a.k.a "The Blind Woodsman”! His story is filled with adversity, resilience, and strength. At the age of 16, he survived a suicide attempt and then learned how to navigate the world through total blindness. John also overcame years of battling addiction. Today this story fuels his artistic woodworking and serves as …
 
A few episodes back, I interviewed Pack Matthews of the Soul Seat. We talked about movement, seated posture, and more. I have now been using the Soul Seat for over a month so I decided to offer my review. Check out the Soul Seat here and get 15% off when you use the code WELLNESSFORMAKERS at checkout. https://www.ikariadesign.com/shop…
 
Chloe Benjamin is the author of THE IMMORTALISTS, a New York Times bestseller that has been translated into over thirty languages, and THE ANATOMY OF DREAMS, which received the Edna Ferber Fiction Book Award. She is also a passionate knitter. In this episode, we discuss some of the injuries that Chloe experienced as a result of making. She shares s…
 
In this episode, I lead you through a Pranayama breathing exercise called Sama Vritti also known as Square Breathing. Your breath is an incredibly amazing tool. We often take it for granted because it is always with us, but learning to access it and focus on it can help us reconnect to our physical body when we’re going through hard things. So come…
 
Have you ever wondered which chair is the right chair for you and your studio practice? Then you are in the right place! Today’s guest is Pack Matthews! Pack is the Founder of Ikaria Design Company and the Makers of the Soul Seat! The Soul Seat is a bi-level chair designed to help you increase variety in your movements while working! The goal of th…
 
Have you ever wanted to live and make on the road? Then you are in the right place! Madison Hampton is the Founder of Vancrafted studio. That’s right, a jewelry studio founded on wheels. Madison, Her husband Gage, and their adorable Australian Shepherd, spent years living, making, and running a successful jewelry business on the road. What does thi…
 
Listen in on what's new with the Wellness for Makers website. Learn more about From the Ground Up a 6 Week Wellness Immersion. And find out what's next for Wellness for Makers! Join the Immersion! https://www.wellnessformakers.com/from-the-ground-up-6-week-immersion Learn more about Kajabi : https://app.kajabi.com/r/ht77BmUa/t/dafge5at…
 
Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya is neuroscientist who has developed her own approach to art and design. She is a multidisciplinary artist, educator, TED speaker, and STEM advocate who works at the intersection of art, tech, science and social justice. In this episode, Amanda shares her story and explains what we can do as makers to help our brains age wel…
 
Omni was born into a family of movers. From years of dancing eventually leading her to the yoga world, she has turned movement into her life’s work. She has her BFA in Dance, she is an E-RYT 500, RCYT, RPYT, FRC® Certified, Rocktape Certified, AND a NASM-CPT. Did ya get all of that? Needless to say, moving is a part of her daily life. She owns Yoga…
 
Do you have trouble sleeping after a long day of making? Ever consider a bedtime story as a grown-up? This week’s guest, Candace Rose Rardon along with the popular meditation app, Calm, have just the fix. Rardon is a writer, illustrator, and visual storyteller who writes travel tales for Calm’s Sleep Stories! Website: www.candaceroserardon.com http…
 
Crafting the Future is a collective of artists concerned about the lack of racial and ethnic diversity in the fields of craft, art, and design. They support the careers of young, underrepresented artists by connecting them to opportunities that will help them thrive. Listen in to learn more about their story. https://www.craftingthefuture.org…
 
Artist Relief understands that the wellbeing of artists has financial, professional, social, and mental dimensions, and should be fostered with a holistic framework of support. To support artists during the COVID-19 crisis, a coalition of national arts grant-makers have come together to create an emergency initiative to offer financial and informat…
 
This week, I’m chatting with my friend Taylor Elyse Morrison. Taylor is the founder of Inner Workout and Host of the Be School Podcast. Inner Workout is a self-care method designed to help you listen, respond, and access all of the layers of your being. https://www.innerworkout.com Instagram: @taylorelysemorrison & @Innerworkout Follow us! @wellnes…
 
Tune in to hear some of our takeaways and learnings from our CriticalSmiths Research Series. Also join a community committed to responsible, environmentally-sound practices for all facets of the Jewelry Industry. Follow on Instagram: CriticalSmiths: @criticalsmiths Ethical Metalsmiths Students: @EMstudents Lucy Derickson: @Lucyderickson Queensland …
 
It's time to heal. It's time to mend. It's time to listen. In this episode Missy shares her thoughts on creating lasting change. Resources: Dr. JPop https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/maestro-on-the-mic/id1372470637?i=1000477151255 Resmaa Menakem https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-being-with-krista-tippett/id150892556?i=1000476829447 Morga…
 
The first step to reconstructing your movement patterns is to create awareness in the body. In this episode, Missy shares a story of her own aches and pains in art school. Tune in to learn how she created lasting change. Find more tips on the Wellness for Makers website or instagram. www.wellnessformakers.com Instagram.com/wellnessformakers…
 
As a Maker, I am sure you can appreciate Glenn Adamson’s notion of “Fewer, Better Things”. Wu Hanyen, furniture maker, mover, and creator of Work in Use, agrees and offers just that. Listen in to learn more about Wu and her high-end movement tools that will not only look beautiful in your home but redefine your relationship to movement! Follow Work…
 
Calling all Potters! Do your hands get dry after hours spent at the wheel? Well, Cara Steinbuchel created Potters’ Skin Butter just for you! Tune in for Cara’s journey in creating her own business as well as tips to maintaining balance between operating one’s business and creating. Your skin will thank you! Follow Cara: https://www.caramaeskincare.…
 
Beth Ireland, is a woodturner/sculptor who is one resilient maker. She shares cautious tales, one notably being her loss of the sense of smell. Despite the challenges, she still passionately creates. Beth’s stories offer us hope. She leaves us with a lasting message to be aware and to question the safety in your surroundings, as well as the product…
 
Do you want to protect your creations? You work hard, Maker, and deserve to be protected! Nicole Swartz is an attorney, creator of Sprout Law, maker, and entrepreneur that helps creatives just like us protect our hard work and ultimately our emotional wellbeing. Sprout Law helped trademark Wellness for Makers® and continues to make important yet in…
 
Carson Demers is a Physical Therapist, life long knitter, and the author of Knitting Comfortably: The Ergonomics of Handknitting. He combines his passion and experience in fiber arts with his expertise in physical therapy and ergonomics to share how we can create in a safe and productive way. Demers’ Website: https://www.ergoiknit.com Instagram: ht…
 
Ever feel like your health and wellbeing is not a priority because of the lofty price tag that often accompanies it? We totally get it and have been in that mindset before. I mean, why does the dentist have to feel like such a luxury sometimes? Thankfully, we have Shannon Donnell with us to tell us about O+ (O Positive) Festival; an event dedicated…
 
Did you know that your skin is the largest organ of your body? As Makers, we tend to put our skin at risk. We forget the importance of taking care of ourselves, especially in regards to skincare as self care. In this episode, Pastry chef turned Body Stone maker, Kate Mcleod, reminds us of the value in taking a moment to turn in and nourish our skin…
 
Do you experience low back and neck pain from hunching over the potter wheel? Have you wondered how creating can affect our own body? In this podcast episode of Wellness for Makers with Stephanie Wilhelm, we discuss how you can create a practice at the wheel that is sustainable and in alignment with your body. She stresses the importance of working…
 
Ever wonder how you can work in a way that protects your career as an artist? Carrie Cleveland from CERF+ shares her secret! CERF+. Carrie has worked for CERF+ for 11 years and shares with us her remarkable career helping artists everywhere. CERF+ offers a wealth of resources for all makers. We talk about the time Wellness for Makers and CERF+ join…
 
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