Hey there! Welcome to episode number 64! Feeling, Healing, and leaning In
In this episode I get to have a conversation with Amy Norris. Amy moved from the east coast in her early twenties to attend the Institute of Art in Denver. Little did she know how much she would love the area. She has been married to her husband for almost 20 years and together they are raising two bold and courageous teenagers in Loveland, CO. She works for a warmhearted non-profit and has been teaching yoga for over 10 years.
Amy recently returned to her passion of writing, which fills her soul and gives her a voice to share her story through an authentic and raw heart. Amy is a contributing writer for The We Spot Blog. She hopes to inspire and enrich your life in this incredible community of women and remind you that you are so loved, always enough and oh so worthy in every way!
We have a very raw and open conversation about Amy’s early trauma of finding her father dead in her backyard from suicide. She talks about how it affected her in her early life and what she finally did to learn to feel her feelings, heal, and really lean into the areas that were scary to face. I really value Amy’s ability to be so vulnerable and allow us into this space with her. I know you will really love this episode!
Connect with Amy!
- Blog: Read some of her wonderful articles HERE on The We Spot Blog.
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anorriscbi
- Yoga Studio: http://www.lovelandyogacorefitness.com/amy-norris
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