In Episode 32 we are joined by the beautiful Jenna Hutchison as she shares parts of herself with us she has never shared anywhere else before. This is a heart warming episode of strength and inspiration to do what you’ve always imagined in this life. This episode will certainly bring on a few tears, so have the tissues handy. Jenna is an artist, candle maker, workshop host, founder of a not for profit organisation and a woman to watch. In this episode we sit down to have a conversation about pouring your heart and emotion into your art, leaving the 9 to 5, how our growth is never linear, the pain of losing her father to a rare blood cancer, how when we are in flow the universe provides, the spinal reconstruction surgery that changed her life forever and how having your achievements recognised can make you realise that you are deserving of allowing yourself to appreciate you, after all these years. This is such a stunning episode that I am so proud and so humbled to share with you all today. You can connect with Jenna on instagram at @loveludie happy listening friends! xx
Welcome to The Steph Sanzaro Podcast, today I am joined by the beautiful and talented Jenna Hutchison of Love Ludie.
Jenna is a woman of many talents, from being an artist, to candle maker, art workshop director and the founder of a not for profit organisation… this women is one to watch.
This conversation astounded me. Listening to her journey of strength and triumph, warmed my heart and softened my soul. It is not often that I am so in awe of someone when they are telling me their story, but today is a beautiful example of that.
I believe that through listening to the conversation you will be truly inspired to go after your dreams and to not let anything stop you along your journey.
Jenna opens up to us and shares something so deeply personal that she has never shared anywhere publicly before. I am honoured to hold space for this magical woman and I definitely recommend having tissues on hand, because it is destined to be a tear jerker.
Today Jenna and I gently discuss:
recognising our own self worth
why pouring your heart and emotion into your art can be cleansing
why our growth is never linear in this life
how the loss of a loved one changes us forever
saying goodbye to the 9 to 5 to pursue a life you always imagined
why when you are in flow, the universe provides
learning to be organically yourself
why we all deserve to slow down and appreciate ourselves
why yoga has been so important to Jenna in her journey
how spinal reconstruction surgery taught Jenna just how strong she really is and the true power she holds within herself
how therapy can hold our soul and validate our experience
winning the ANZ creative branding award
creating Cleaner Coast her not for profit organisation
This conversation made it’s way into my heart and created so much adoration for the wonderful Jenna.
Listening to her talk so vulnerably and openly about her story has enabled us, the listeners to connect with her on such a deep level.
I know that I am extremely inspired by this incredible lady and I hope you are too!
If you would like to work with Jenna you can head over and find her at her website and even join her for a workshop here
Connect and send Jenna your beautiful words of kindness through her instagram @loveludie
I am so incredibly humbled by this conversation and for Jenna sharing her heart with us, I cannot thank you enough.
We would both absolutely love to hear from you and to hear your words and feedback.
This week we are joined by Tessa Lloyd, the gorgeous Mental Health OT, Art Therapist and founder and creator of The Art of Insight and Our Mindful Youth. This episode is all about learning to understand ourselves a little better, the importance of self reflection and awareness. We discuss Tessa’s experience with an autoimmune disease, her past of ‘running’ and the beautiful effects that art therapy and breath work can have. This is a beautiful and eloquent episode about understanding our mental health, you can connect with Tessa at @tessajlloyd on instagram – Enjoy, my friends.
Welcome to the Steph Sanzaro Podcast.
This week we are joined by the incredible Tessa Lloyd, a Mental Health Occupational Therapist, Art Therapist, founder of The Art of Insight and Our Mindful Youth.
Episode 25 is a very fluid and beautiful episode, carried by the enchanting voice of Tessa. Her episode highlights the importance of self awareness in helping us to recognise and understand ourselves and our emotions, thoughts and feelings.
Understanding ourself, can help to enrich our lives and relationships. It’s understanding why we say and do the things we do. In this episode we touch on how significant this is and how important it is to acknowledge and validate our feelings as a pathway to enhancing our lives.
This episode will take us through:
self care rituals during this uncertain season
Tessa’s self awareness and growth journey
developing an autoimmune disease and the unconscious ways it shaped the women she grew into
how our greatest pain can make us more empathetic and understanding
repeating the same patterns in relationships and it’s toxic cycle
the beautiful act of rebellion against societal norms to stop, sit and appreciate how far we’ve actually come on our journey
what is ‘holding space’ and why is it so important for ourselves and others around us?
the scientific and spiritual importance of the ‘Breath’ in helping to ground us in moments of anxiety or ‘monkey brain’
the beauty of Art Therapy as a healing mechanism
uncovering your true creative self
fear and shame, containing the expression of our highest self
believing we are unworthy of self care and self love and where to start with overcoming this feeling
What a wonderful episode! I loved talking to Tessa about her work and her passion for helping others with mental health, you can truly see that she is doing her ‘soul work’.
We are all at different stages of our self healing journey. Maybe you have just begun or perhaps you are months or years into yours. But no matter where we are, it’s important to sit and appreciate the awareness it takes to try and understand yourself and better yourself.
Where ever you are on your journey, it can be very helpful to have mentors, therapists and others to help and lean on. If Tessa is someone you would like to connect with and work with I will leave her details for you below.