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Pop Box Proposals and proposal planning in 2021 feat. Amber Walker

Better Love Podcast

Carmelia Chats with Amber Walker the CEO of Amber Walker Events and Pop Box Proposals. Pop Box Proposals is everything you need to make the perfect proposal, all inside one box, except the ring...that's on you! Pop Boxes are delivered directly to you with everything you will need wrapped up nice and neat. The boxes also include a guide and tips on how to setup and plan your day.    About Amber:   Amber has years of experience planning all types of events, however she specializes in high profile social events and corporate functions. One thing that sets an Event Coordinator apart from others is how well they can “make it happen.” Amber prides herself on being able to make all her clients visions come to life seamlessly without the stress. If you know Amber, you'd know that there is nothing Amber dislikes more than having someone tell her they “can’t do something” you will often hear Amber say “I don’t want to hear about what you can’t do, I want to hear about what you can do” This is the distinct difference between Amber and other planners and coordinators. Amber's passion is to make her clients vision come alive while truly thinking outside the box with all avenues. Connect with Amber @amberwalkerevents    Do you want to get matched? Join our private singles network! Click Here Do you want to become a Matchmaker? Get certified!  Connect with Carmelia on Instagram @carmeliaray @betterlovepodcast Connect with Carmelia on FacebookLearn more about Carmelia Get One on One Video advice from Carmelia on Mentor.Cam   Carmelia Ray Website


17 Feb 2021

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107: Healing Trauma through Visual Journaling with Amber Walker

The Inspiration Place

Today, we’re talking all about using art to heal trauma. In this podcast, you will discover... How using a visual journal is an effective form of therapy An exercise you can try today to lessen your anxiety in the face of uncertainty Some soothing to recover from the collective trauma of 2020 For full show notes, go to schulmanart.com/107 ++++++++++++++++++++ 🎉FREE GOODIES!🎉 Don't forget to check out the Inspiration Place goodie bag. Go pick up your party favor over at SchulmanArt.com/freebies. Whether you're a passionista or a passion professional, I've got something just for you. ++++++++++++++++++++ 🎤NEVER MISS AN EPISODE! If you loved this, I've got more inspirational episodes coming your way! Please make sure you hit the subscribe or follow button in your podcast app. And if you're feeling extra generous- leave me a review-- ++++++++++++++++++++ We've now made it SO MUCH easier for you to leave a review-- just pop on over to https://ratethispodcast.com/inspire BTW If you pop your Instagram handle at the end of the review, I'll even give you a shout out over on my IG stories! ++++++++++++++++++++ I'd love to chat with you on Instagram: http://instagram.com/schulmanart Now if you’re feeling extra loving, I’d be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes as well. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they’re also fun for me to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!


15 Sep 2020

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Episode 16 | Starting Doglando with Special Guest Amber Walker

Canine Connection With Teena Patel

On this week's Canine Connections, join special guest Amber Walker as she and Teena discuss the beginning of Doglando.

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6 Jul 2020

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Who's Training Who - Episode 5 - Amber Walker - Working With Animals In Zoos And Correlation With Working With Dogs

Who's Training Who

Welcome to the Who's Training Who podcast!  We strive to help you have a better relationship with your dog and any dog you meet.  We will talk about training, behavior, have guests who are doing cool things with dogs or helping dogs.   In this episode Ali and Tom talk about:• How training zoo animals is a lot like training dogs Amber Walker:EmailWebEnrichment Chart and Free Guide click hereIf you like what we are doing, please subscribe!  If you want us to talk about any issue, topic, or just say hi! email us at info@waggytails.petJoin our Who's Training Who Facebook Group! Click hereAli - I Got This Sit, LLCEmailWebFacebookTom - Waggy TailsEmailWebFacebookInstagram


8 May 2020

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Move Daily Health Podcast Episode 34: Holistic Healing for Chronic Illness, w/Amber Walker

Move Daily Health Podcast

Have you ever battled an unexplained chronic illness? Have clinical tests failed to provide answers for erratic digestive concerns?Today we welcome to the podcast Dr. Amber Walker to discuss her book Mast Cells United, and her long journey through holistic healing. From environmental toxins like mould, to explaining why certain foods will digest well one day but not the next, we touch base on mast cells, EDS, and much more in today's episode on living with chronic illness. Show Notes:0:00 - Who is Amber Walker and what is her story with chronic illness and MCAS?6:30 - How did Amber get into Physical Therapy and how has her own patient history influenced her path?11:00 - What are mast cells? What is Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)?19:45 - We discuss the process of getting "labels" from chronic illness, including misdiagnosis, and how to get away from identifying as any one label.23:00 - How accurate is IgE food allergy testing? Amber discusses her patient experience with these kinds of tests, and why certain foods are sometimes fine while sometimes they can set off a reaction.28:30 - We talk about the environmental factors that contribute to MCAS and chronic illness, notably mould toxicity.32:15 - Amber touches on food supply and choice of cooking & beauty products.33:00 - What about wifi and EMFs?34:40 - We talk about the importance of using a quality water filter, no matter where you are.36:30 - The importance of sleep hygiene & breath work for chronic illness.37:45 - We talk about resources for re-wiring the nervous system and calming down sympathetic response.45:40 - Keeping a focus on overall toxic load, not just food, not just mould, everything adds up.48:15 - How exercise can help or hinder chronic illness.59:30 - We discuss the importance of relationship and support, and blocking out the negativity of certain people.105:20 - Amber's book recommendations:- The Body Keeps the Score, by Bessel van der Kolk- Toxic, by Neil Nathan- The book of Joy, by Dalai Lama & Desmond Tutu107:20 - Amber's non-negotiable daily self-care tool: Making time for spirituality & making time for patients109:00 - Amber's one piece of health advice: Healing is possible.1:11:45 - Where you can find AmberAdditional Listening:https://www.movewelldaily.com/move-daily-health-podcast-episode-013-lets-talk-functional-medicine-with-dr-sharon-kelly/More about Dr. Amber Walker:Dr. Amber Walker, PT, DPT, CFMP, is a physical therapist graduate of Regis University who has been working with patients for over a decade. She began her career in northern Peru, where she worked in clinics and hospitals, taught at continuing education events, conducted research, and started a public health project for children with disabilities as a volunteer with Catholic Medical Mission Board. Upon returning to the U.S., she mainly focused her clinical practice on sports medicine, spine pain, TMJ dysfunction, and swimmer-specific injury prevention. As affiliate faculty with Regis University, Amber has returned to Peru five additional times for leadership in conferences, university-sponsored clinical education, and service learning opportunities with DPT students.Over the years, Amber gained valuable additional training in manual therapy and exercise through the Ola Grimsby Institute, functional dry needling, and comprehensive strategies for the chronic pain and chronic fatigue patient populations. She now specializes in working with patients who suffer from chronic conditions including fibromyalgia, dysautonomia, mast cell activation disease, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, migraine headaches, and chronic viral, gastrointestinal, and bacterial issues that influence immune system function.Amber is certified in Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling and completed her Certification in the practice of Functional Medicine (CFMP®) in 2020. She is also trained in Craniobiotic Technique (CBT), a natural method of restoring proper immune function that directs the b...

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24 Feb 2020

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TwS Episode 8: Dr. Amber Walker and Mast Cells United

Thriving with Stripes

Join Dr. Patty Stott and Thomas Stott for a conversation with the knowledgeable Dr. Amber Walker, PT, DPT. Earlier this year, Dr. Patty came across some of her content and was blown away by the depth of research that she had compiled. After reading Dr. Walker's book, Mast Cells United, it all made sense; she is on a quest to find as many answers to the puzzle that is Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS).In the health and wellness spectrum, it is always reassuring to find another provider that has heart behind his/her/their practice. Dr. Walker spelled out her personal journey in detail within her book, so this discussion dives more into the content on MCAS:1) What is MCAS?2) How do mast cells function?and3) Holistic approaches to treatment.To connect with Dr. Amber Walker, you can follow her on Instagram at (https://www.instagram.com/mastcellsunited/). Her book, Mast Cells United, is available on Amazon at: (https://www.amazon.com/Mast-Cells-United-Holistic-Activation-ebook/dp/B07P2J14FM/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8).Enjoy!


30 Oct 2019

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Ep. 179 - Mast Cell Activation Syndrome with Dr. Amber Walker

Beyond The Basics Health Academy Podcast

Dr. Meaghan and BTBHA Podcast welcomes Dr. Amber Walker, DPT, PT.  She is the author of a new book called Mast Cells United: A Holistic Approach to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. Dr. Amber joins us to share her knowledge, expertise and experience overcoming multisystem concerns and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome.   In this episode, we discuss What is Mast Cell Activation Syndrome What causes some people to become overly reactive to their environment Dr. Amber's journey with multi-system problems and concerns The best approach to help the body to heal Why multiple systems and symptoms occur when Mast Cells have been activated Resources: Dr. Amber's website: www.mastcellsunited.com She also likes to refer people to www.mastattack.org – a great wealth of information! Besides being the author of “Mast Cells United: A Holistic Approach to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome” published in March of 2019, she currently resides in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she encourages a root issue approach to healing within physical therapy and advocates for the MCAS population with speaking engagements and the patient resource website www.mastcellsunited.com. She is the owner of Origin Wellness, a holistic practice that will serve patients in northern Colorado starting in the summer of 2019.


11 Sep 2019