Get Out of Your Thoughts by Getting into Your Body

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: By learning how to conquer life's challenges, you develop power, vitality, influence and a greater connection to your authentic self.
Air Date: 7/20/16
Duration: 10
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Sam Morris, Founder of Zen Warrior Training
Sam-MorrisSam Morris is the founder of Zen Warrior Training. In 1999, just after leading a bicycling trip for nine teenagers across the United States, Sam was in a car accident caused by a drunk driver which left him paraplegic.

Rather than becoming the victim of his circumstances, Sam learned and created a system of mental and physical training which brought him more vitality and clarity than he had before his injury.

In addition to coaching private clients, Sam teaches classes in Santa Monica, California, leads workshops throughout the country and does keynotes at corporate mindfulness events.
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Get Out of Your Thoughts by Getting into Your Body
Zen Warrior Training® is a highly-disciplined personal development program dedicated to helping people to optimize their bodies and minds to achieve self-mastery.

The foundation of Zen Warrior Training® is the acknowledgment that challenges are man's greatest ally in disguise, and that by learning how to conquer them, we develop power, vitality, influence and a greater connection to our authentic selves.

Each individual's potential is limited primarily by his or her own belief systems, attitude and cultural imprinting. When these self-limiting beliefs are exposed by a compassionate and enlightened guide, we can live our lives more fully and more empowered in each moment. The Zen Warrior Training® ethos is that true success is the result of a disciplined mind, a balanced personal life, healthy relationships and fulfilling work.

Sam Morris, founder of Zen Warrior Training®, joins hosts Andrea and Lisa to share more about the philosophy, as well as certain techniques you can use to get started with the training.