Mental Health Matters: Practical Guide for the Touring Musician
Travel and touring can be hard on your mental and physical health. What you eat and how you live under those circumstances can have a profound affect on your mental health. How do you maintain good habits while on the road? How do you find good food options? How do you craft good choices into riders and late night after show meals? How do you fit in exercise between gigs? What other tools can you use to help maximize mental health? How do you stay healthy so you can truly be a creative artist and give your best performances? We got you. Join our panel of experts in Nutrition, Fitness, Wellness and #Tourlife for a detailed discussion, take away guide and practical Q&A session.
RYNDA LAUREL - Music Business Veteran, Wellness Entrepreneur VRYeveryday
JASON WROBEL - High-Performance Wellness Coach & Celebrity Chef www.JasonWrobel.com
SHEA BOLAND - Coaching and Fitness
EMILY KAYE - Producer, Hardcharger Artist Management
The path towards sobriety is also a story of mental healing. Since it directly impacts our minds, dealing with anxiety and depression is also a huge factor when getting rid of addiction. However, treatments for such a diagnosis are primarily dependent on a huge amount of medication. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with Rynda Laurel to share how her pursuit for natural-based solutions to overcome her own addictions led to the creation of VRYeveryday. She talks about her work on educating people on how to lessen hard medication in favor of organic herbs and even psychedelic drugs. Rynda also looks back on how she dealt with the absence of willpower when she was still struggling to heal, how to surrender to other people, and why prominent people must not be afraid to show a bit of humanity by talking about mental health.
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