Terrible Happy Talks

#68 - Sally Lewis: Migraines, neuroscience and helping others.

August 16, 2020 Terriblehappy Season 1 Episode 68
Terrible Happy Talks
#68 - Sally Lewis: Migraines, neuroscience and helping others.
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Terrible Happy Talks
#68 - Sally Lewis: Migraines, neuroscience and helping others.
Aug 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 68
Terriblehappy

https://terriblehappytalks.com/
Sally Lewis is a wife, mother, entrepreneur, and business coach who suffered from severe migraine headaches for 10 years and as a result, began studying human behaviour and neuroscience in a desperate attempt to get to the core of her problem. Her personal interests combined with vast experience in the health industry has translated into a journey of lifelong learning and helping others. Sally’s early foundations in anatomy and physiology via a Sports Science degree from the University of NSW sparked a journey into health and wellness in which she has now dedicated her life. She studies rigorously to continue building her knowledge and experience with an emphasis on natural therapies and modalities. Through her ReThink Health program, Sally openly shares her personal struggles with poor health and illness in order to help others. She aims to assist in the realisation of purpose, improve health, relationships and beyond. In this week's episode, Sally is with me to share her journey, experiences, challenges and hopes for the future.

Sally advocates for:
https://youthopportunitiessouthafrica.org/

Connect with Sally:
https://www.rethinkhealth.com.au/

Thanks to INDOSOLE AND TECTONIC COFFEE for supporting the show
I feel so blessed to be affiliated with these companies.
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If you enjoy the show please HIT SUBSCRIBE and leave a 5 star review in the iTunes store or Apple Podcast app—it really helps me to keep the show going, and if you want to go even further, head over to https://terriblehappytalks.com/ and pick up some ethically produced merchandise in the SHOP.  Either way though, thanks so much for listening. 
Big Love and respect,
Shannon

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Show Notes

https://terriblehappytalks.com/
Sally Lewis is a wife, mother, entrepreneur, and business coach who suffered from severe migraine headaches for 10 years and as a result, began studying human behaviour and neuroscience in a desperate attempt to get to the core of her problem. Her personal interests combined with vast experience in the health industry has translated into a journey of lifelong learning and helping others. Sally’s early foundations in anatomy and physiology via a Sports Science degree from the University of NSW sparked a journey into health and wellness in which she has now dedicated her life. She studies rigorously to continue building her knowledge and experience with an emphasis on natural therapies and modalities. Through her ReThink Health program, Sally openly shares her personal struggles with poor health and illness in order to help others. She aims to assist in the realisation of purpose, improve health, relationships and beyond. In this week's episode, Sally is with me to share her journey, experiences, challenges and hopes for the future.

Sally advocates for:
https://youthopportunitiessouthafrica.org/

Connect with Sally:
https://www.rethinkhealth.com.au/

Thanks to INDOSOLE AND TECTONIC COFFEE for supporting the show
I feel so blessed to be affiliated with these companies.
Both companies ship WORLDWIDE!
Use PROMO CODE: THT (for discounts)
https://indosole.com/
https://tectoniccoffee.com/
If you enjoy the show please HIT SUBSCRIBE and leave a 5 star review in the iTunes store or Apple Podcast app—it really helps me to keep the show going, and if you want to go even further, head over to https://terriblehappytalks.com/ and pick up some ethically produced merchandise in the SHOP.  Either way though, thanks so much for listening. 
Big Love and respect,
Shannon

Support the show (https://terriblehappytalks.teemill.com)