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The Health Evolution Collective Podcast


Jun 3, 2020

Today I am chatting to the super cool Alexis. A New Yorker who shares her incredible Eat Pray Love journey that led her to Melbourne Australia.

Alexis’ meditation teachings or as she likes to call it a Pause, are about shorter sits with time for discussion. A chance for everyone to realize just how approachable this ancient practice can be worked into our modern lives.

She has seen first hand the benefits of bringing a mindfulness practice into the workplace from when she owned  her own business back in America.  A very demanding industry the results of weaving these practices into her work were transformative. From improving focus, better sleep, and decreased stress levels. 

With her community outreach work to involvement with larger corporations, she truly believes the practice to Pause can improve everyone’s quality of life and help to end burn out in the workplace.

She was also a part of the recent Low Carb Lifestyle Long Weekend sharing her style of mindfullness.

 

CONTACT Alexis:

Instagram: @pausewithalexis 

Facebook: Alexis is on Pause

Website: www.pausewithalexis.com

Linkedin: Alexis Guttridge

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To contact Tracey, Health Coach for Mind & Body:

Website: http://www.traceymcbeath.com.au

Email: tracey@traceymcbeath.com.au

Instagram: @tracey_mcbeath_healthcoach

Facebook: Tracey McBeath Health Coach

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Low Carb Long Weekend Women's Virtual Summit Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2294679610830033/

Tracey's Private Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lowcarblounge/

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