This episode of the Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an interview with Shannon Clark and Stephen Hurley. I hope you enjoy this conversation outlining my happenstance meeting with Shannon, her research and plan to impact health and well being in Canada – adults and students!
With 12 years experience as a physiotherapist working with diabetics, Shannon Clark, owner of ‘4 the Luv of Food’, has developed a tool called the Balance Factor to teach North Americans the nutrient value of food and how to properly balance meals and snacks.
The Balance Factor teaches consumers how to stabilize blood sugar resulting in less insulin use, less body fat and a reduced risk of diabetes, heart disease, and obesity.
Make a cup of your favourite blend of coffee, settle into a comfy chair and enjoy learning about this initiative.
The session of the Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an interview with Cambridge based music therapist Janel Morphy. Janel has started her own business (Axon Music Therapy) and has experience working with school aged students.
Make a cup of your favourite coffee brew, and enjoy this conversation and learning and wellness!
One of my highlights from attending the OMEA Interlude 2017 conference, was hearing the Six String Nation presentation by Jowi Taylor – wow, what an amazing story.
Jowi is an award winning writer, broadcaster, creator of the Six String Nation project, recipient of Canada’s Meritorious Service Medal. I was thrilled to meet Jowi in person at the conference, and honoured to host him at our home to record this podcast about the Six String Nation project concept, journey and future plans.
Jowi Taylor and the awesome sounding voyageur guitar
Head to the kitchen and make your favourite coffee brew and enjoy this wonderful conversation with Jowi.
This session of the Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an in depth discussion with music educator Josh Hill. I think you will enjoy learning about his fascinating insights into the fabric of education.
I have my coffee ready. Do you?
Settle in to a comfortable chair and enjoy the discussion!
This edition of the Virtual Coffee Shop podcast features an interview with WRDSB teacher Carrie Wilson. Carrie shares her experiences and perspective on shifting practice to a more student centred approach in the languages classroom.
Grab a coffee, settle into your favourite chair and hit play.