Alex Howard talks to practitioner Samantha Quemby about how her recovery from ME/CFS was like solving a jigsaw. Watch the full interview on The Fatigue Super Conference at https://fatiguesuperconference.com/
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Alex Howard works with ME/CFS patient Louise to listen more deeply to her body and its own innate wisdom of how much activity she should be doing. Everyday Alex is the daily vlog series from Alex Howard. Subscribe and hit the bell for notifications to make sure you don’t miss a single episode! Explore Alex’s […]
Alex Howard works with patient Dani to support staying more deeply in contact with herself and her body on her recovery journey with ME/CFS. The OHC Blog will return in the New Year of 2020 You can continue to watch and connect with Everyday Alex episodes by subscribing to the Everyday Alex YouTube channel […]
Alex Howard talks to George about the critical role that yoga played in helping process trauma and PTSD in his recovery from ME/CFS over 15 years.
Alex Howard works with patient Charlotte to establish a daily plan and routine to support stabilising her recovery from CFS.
Alex Howard does a follow up session with Kotryna where she shares an update since the first session, and Alex then works with her to help understand feelings of anxiety in her body.
Alex Howard talks with practitioner Gemma Hunt about how listening to our body and emotions is its own act of self-love. This excerpt is from Gemma’s recovery story on The Fatigue Super Conference
Therapeutic Tuesday – Everyday Alex 030 Alex Howard works with patient Becky to understand the roots of her perfectionist patterns and offers her suggestions to help get some freedom from it on her recovery journey with ME/CFS.
Soul Food Sunday – Creativity has the power to heal – Everyday Alex 028 Alex Howard talks to Violet Astor about the impact her artwork had on her healing journey from ME/CFS and Lyme co-infections and the power creativity has to support healing.
Therapeutic Tuesday – Everyday Alex 023 – Alex Howard supports patient Nicole to be more effective in calming her nervous system and introduces the idea that connection feeds connection.