Welcome to The Rebel Health Tribe Podcast – Episode 32: Nick Horowski, Movement for Life! Joe will be joined by Nick as they travel into the realms of his life, while also being uncertain if Joe is actually wearing pants on any of these podcasts. Nick will be sharing the influences and choices that led him down his path to physical therapy and shamanism. From gardening to fishing, it is really important to be aware and connected to where your food comes from and the process of preparing it. He also shares how connecting with your childhood can help you realize what you should be doing with your time. There will also be enlightening discussion about the behavior of children and our current school systems, as well as the possible future of college. You will also get an inside look into the practice of shamanism and how you can learn about it yourself. Beyond this topic, there will even be talk about how over preparation can limit action. Has your curiosity been ignited? Feed it by listening in on this sparky episode as you pace around getting your daily movement in!
Nick is all about living the healthiest life in the simplest possible way. Being healthy should be easy and that is what he is all about. Sharing this with the world is his big message since if it is complicated it won’t stick. If you find yourself struggling with health make sure the basics are in order and then dig in from there to find other things, but always build that base first.
Michael Roesslein, MS, FDN, HLC
One co-founder of Rebel Health Tribe, Michael holds a Masters Degree (MS) in Exercise Science & Health Promotion, is a Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, and Certified CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach.
He founded Natural Evolution Holistic Health in 2009, and co-founded Rebel Health Tribe in 2014.
Michael brings plenty of real-life experience into his practice and work, having faced his own internal struggles and health issues over the last decade.
Joe Rignola, FDN, HHP
One co-founder of Rebel Health Tribe, Joe is the author of the best-selling books The Definitive Way to Go Gluten Free and Sow: Planting the Seeds for Health, Well-Being, and a Superhero Life. He has also hosted several successful online-based events, such as the Primal Cooking Workshop!
Joe battled personal health challenges for much of his life; challenges that included severe digestive issues, blood sugar problems, and depression. This led him to seek standard medications for these ailments, which brought along debilitating side affects, and forced him to seek alternative means for his health.
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