In this week’s edition of Tranquility du Jour, I chat with Captain Tom Bunn, author of Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic, Anxiety, and Claustrophobia. Learn the difference between panic and anxiety, the method he teaches, and how to connect with an unconscious procedural memory.
Tom Bunn, LCSW, is the author of Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic, Anxiety, and Claustrophobia, which is the result of his many years addressing flight panic in his role as an airline pilot. He is also a licensed therapist, regular contributor to Psychology Today, and a former U.S. Air Force captain who flew the Air Force’s first supersonic jet fighter, the F-100. Visit him online at http://www.panicfree.net.
Tiffany is a certified RYT-200 Yoga Teacher, graduate of the the Evolve Yoga + Wellness /Nosara Yoga Institute 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training. She specializes in slow-flow Vinyasa classes that have been described as “slow and strong”, Yin and Restorative yoga. She is known for her calming presence, ability to hold space for others to express strong emotion, her honesty, thoughtful questioning leading one deeper into ones self, and inviting the Divine into the everyday. In addition to her group classes and private yoga sessions, Tiffany leads yoga and crystal workshops, Goddess Circles, and produces custom ceremonies for healing, releasing, and celebrating spiritual transitions. tiffanyrenaewilliams.com
In this week’s edition of Tranquility du Jour, I chat change, vision, and connection with Britt Bravo. Learn the four things plants can teach us about change, how to identify your big vision, and the importance of connection.
Britt Bravo guides creative entrepreneurs, writers, artists, and healers to clarify, create, and communicate their Big Vision for their work in the world. Practical and intuitive, she has worked in the personal growth and social change sector for almost 30 years. An early adopter of social media for social change, her local paper named her the “Best Podcaster/Blogger Most Dedicated to Social Change” and she was listed in Fast Company’s “Women in Nonprofit Technology Who Rock.” For many years, Britt was a Nonprofits and Social Change Contributing Editor for BlogHer, and the producer and host of the Arts and Healing Network’s podcast, as well as for her own the podcast, the Big Vision Podcast. She holds a BA in Sociology from Vassar College and an MA in Creation Spirituality from Holy Names College. Originally from Mystic, CT, she lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and their cat who thinks she is a dog. https://brittbravo.com/