Jamie Blackburn on preventing burnout using nature

April 20, 2021

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Preventing Burnout using nature

Understand how to implement nature practices into your holistic lifestyle. Jamie stops by the podcast to share her wisdom about inflammation in the body, burnout in the mind and body, and tips if you live in the city how to have nature in your life.

Topics

  • How Jamie got interested in nature.
  • Jamie's story from burnt out & overwhelmed to feeling calm and grounded.
  • Ways to combat burnout
  • Ways inflammation can show up in your body
  • What her business MAP acronym stands for.
  • How Jamie uses nature with her clients
  • Ways to add nature into your life when you live in the city.

Jamie Bio

Jamie Blackburn has worn many hats in her life: oyster shucker, science teacher, outdoor educator, school counselor, and ice cream scooper. But the job she loves most is what she does now… helping overwhelmed “explor-hers” find time for self care so they prevent burnout and don’t miss out on life’s greatest adventures. Jamie offers workshops, wellness programs, and retreats through her business, the Inner MAP Project, which is based on the belief that Mindfulness, physical Activity, and mental Presence (MAP) keep us connected to our true nature. Jamie holds Master’s degrees in both Curriculum & Instruction and Counseling that she used while working in the public schools for 14 years. She is a 500-hour certified yoga teacher, and has been teaching yoga since 2007.

Weekly Challenge

Practice self-love this week. Stand in your natural state in front of a mirror and say what you love about your body. Start with body parts like your eyes, ears, hands, etc and work towards the areas of your body you are working on loving more.

Background on Andrea

Andrea Claassen is an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor, Yoga Teacher, and Wild Woman Project Circle leader. Her mission is to help women slow down, tune in, and connect to your divine body wisdom.

She does this by teaching her Peaceful Power Practices centered around movement, mindfulness & mother nature through an Ayurvedic lens. You can hear more from Andrea on her Peaceful Power Podcast where she aims to deliver actionable takeaways to live a more holistic lifestyle.

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1:1 Ayurvedic Coaching- I offer 3 or 6 month coaching programs that help you reset your wellness habits associated with your dosha needs.

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I'm Andrea - your Seasonal living guide

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I'm a mom and wife who specializes in seasonal living and women's hormones.  I help you heal your period pain, and prepare for perimenopause & find your balance during the menopausal years for the past 15 years. 

I host a weekly podcast, Peaceful Power Podcast and wrote a cyclical living book in 2021- Divine Body Wisdom and am currently writing a second book coming out in the Spring 2023!  

My other interests are playing tennis, watching Golden Girls, and enjoying my morning oatstraw & raspberry leaf infusion! 

I'm an Ayurvedic counselor, 500 HR Yoga Teacher & Wild Woman Circle Leader 

I'm Andrea — your Ayurvedic & wellness mentor.

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