My guest today is Amy Eicher – a Mom of 2, a teacher, speaker, clinician, athlete, author and pain coach.
For many years, she found herself in a swirling mess of pain and tears and frustration not knowing how to keep going, but knowing that she couldn’t stop looking for a solution to her pain.
After spending years trying to figure out how to get her life back from the pain that was drowning her. The pain that had stolen her very essence, her journey ended up challenging all the things she thought she knew and as a result, so came out on the other side stronger and braver.
Listen in to hear more about:
- my guest’s background as a collegiate athlete and the scenario that left her with chronic pain for many years and how this shaped her future
- her love of teaching, from elementary education, to youth ministry to working with clients with chronic pain and her goals to empower others through education
- how she once defined herself as ‘disabled’ and why the story you tell yourself matters so much to your health and well-being
- my guest talks about her upcoming book, Restoring Venus
- and how her work as a pain management coach and her experience of chronic pain influences the way she parents
Links Mentioned in Episode:
- Website: http://restoringvenus.com/
- Podcast: http://restoringvenus.com/podcast/
- Antony Lo, The Physio Detective: http://physiodetective.com/
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