Releasing Your Dragon – Guest, Heather Nichols
Beyond Speech: Limitless Communication with Lauren Polly Radio Show
Are you a dragon? Do you allow yourself to breath fire and melt the walls of limitation in your life? Do you allow yourself to soar above this reality with mobility and agility? What if releasing your dragon was the key to having more fun, ease and creative capacities in the world?
Join Beyond Speech: Limitless Communication with host Lauren Polly and guest Heather Nichols as they share discoveries of how to release your inner dragon and claim the potency you naturally be.
About our guest Heather Nichols:
Born and raised in California, Heather Nichols is a creator of magnitude, never taking ‘no’ for an answer. She has a capacity to see what she can add, create, tweak, change, and expand to make her life– and the lives of those around her– greater than imaginable.
In 1996, Heather started a journey of studying and facilitating Somatic Psychotherapy, Tantra, Feminine Leadership, Nia (a mind-body movement practice), Kundalini yoga, and a wide range of other body-centered healing modalities. In 1997, she started her businesses after receiving her Master‘s degree in Social Work.
Heather has owned a large movement studio and healing spa, run a private practice as a Psychotherapist, taught mind-body movement, and facilitated countless workshops and trainings in the field of transformation. In the past 4 years, Heather has primarily worked with the tools of Access Consciousness, a body of work that creates change as quickly and dynamically as she always knew was possible.
Today, Heather’s work is largely informed by the tools and practices of Access Consciousness, her extensive background in the healing arts, and her own personal willingness to do whatever it takes to effect change. She brings to her work a fierce commitment to create joy, ease, and wealth on the planet–in every area of life. Find out more about Heather’s creations and classes at www.heathernichols.com
Lauren Polly has been working with folks with “communication disorders” since 2004 as a speech-language pathologist and it never ceases to amaze her how much people judge and beat themselves up for supposed mishaps in communication. “I never meant to say that.” “It came out wrong.” “I just don’t sound like myself.” Are some of the things she hears every day. What follows are stories of how the communication breakdown led to undesirable results – loss of friendship, loss of a business deal, an argument with a loved one, or just the sense that you didn’t deliver what was possible. What if there was a different possibility?