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Live Greatly

Mar 23, 2020

In this episode, Tapping Into Your Inner Peace, Finding Your Way During These Stressful Times, Kristel Bauer PA-C, founder of Live Greatly, discusses tools to help navigate stress and fear associated with Covid-19 and the current state of the world. Tools such as self reflection, developing a spiritual practice, mindfulness, and the amazing power of gratitude are discussed.  Kristel Bauer PA-C also discusses post traumatic growth and resilience. "Even though there is stuff going on in the world that is very stressful and overwhelming, there are still things that are beautiful, and wonderful, and worth noticing and giving attention to. "  Kristel Bauer PA-C, founder of Live Greatly, is a speaker on multiple wellness topics including optimizing mental health, managing stress, and building resilience. She is a lecturer at the University level, and is an adjunct PBL facilitator for Northwestern’s Physician Assistant Program. She is a fellow in the Andrew Weil Integrative Medicine Fellowship through the University of Arizona. Kristel is a Physician Assistant with a history of working in Integrative Psychiatry and Functional Medicine.  She is also a Reiki Master with a very strong interest in spirituality, and how it affects your overall well-being.  In the spirit of this podcast, Kristel would like to thank and pay tribute to those that have helped and inspired her spiritual journey including all of her wonderful family and friends, spiritual teacher Billie Topa Tate from MSI Wellness Center, teachers and classmates from the Andrew Weil Integrative Medicine Fellowship, Eckhart Tolle, Wayne Dyer, and the many other wonderful authors, teachers, and people Kristel has had the privilege of learning from.  You can follow Live Greatly on Instagram at livegreatly_co and on facebook   Kristel is available for speaking events, webinars, and more so please reach out if she can be of help to you or your business.  You also can learn more about Live Greatly at

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