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Edith joins me all the way from Australia! Edith brings her incredible story to the pod - what occurred and what she learned about herself. more
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This podcast brings so much knowledge and richness to the TMS journey as well as to living a full life. Thanks Eddy!
Eddy covers enough topics with the mind and body through this podcast, that it is ending human suffering from chronic pain, auto immune symptoms, skin conditions, digestive conditions, allergies etc. give it a try... you have nothing to lose! more
Hey Eddy, love your podcast. I’m a TMSer who is 3 months into recovery and now working on healing. You are very good at interviewing people and breaking down information. I’ve been lifting for 30 years, except for the 1.5 year off for back pain, and so I like the fitness aspect of your style as well. Keep it up.
I love how Eddy combines my favorite topics - mindset, fitness, and the "brain-pain" connection. He has excellent interviews while interspersing stories of his own health journey. Plus, you can never hear enough about how your mind directs the physical health of your body!!
Eddy's mind and fitness podcast is an amazing place to learn and develop your TMS / Mindbody knowledge and strategies. It's helped me in so many ways on my path to healing aswell as helping me find a therapist that I'm now working with. So many nuggets of information from all the best in the business aswell as some amazing recovery stories with different perspectives and paths to healing. Eddy is an amazing host and talks so well with everyone he engages with aswell as sharing so much of his kno... more
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