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Episode 21: Movement changed my life with Petra Fisher
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In this episode of The Aging Project Podcast, host Shelley Craft engages in a captivating conversation with Petra Fisher, a passionate advocate for movement and holistic health. Petra is known for helping people improve their well-being through the power of everyday movement. Petra recognises the interconnectedness of the body, and promotes a balanced approach to wellness. She challenges conventional beliefs about foot and pelvic floor health, offering a broader perspective beyond isolated exercises.

Petra’s journey is one of personal discovery, where she found her true calling, transitioning her legal career to an a online movement trainer and owner of Petra Fisher Movement. Her work encourages people to incorporate small, everyday movements into their lives to enhance their health.

Today’s episode highlights the importance of movement, holistic health, pelvic and foot health in the journey of ageing well and maintaining overall well-being. She explains that movement is not confined to structured exercise but extends to everyday activities that nourish our bodies and minds. Petra highlights the often-neglected aspect of foot health, emphasising that our feet are the foundation of mobility and well-being. The conversation delves into the significance of a holistic approach to health, considering the interconnectedness of our bodies and emphasising the importance of balance and well-being. Petra challenges conventional wisdom regarding pelvic floor health, advocating for a broader perspective beyond isolated exercises like Kegels. Listeners are treated to insights into Petra’s personal and professional journey, where she discovered her passion for helping others through movement. She encourages individuals to incorporate small, everyday movements into their lives, promoting the idea that consistent, simple actions can significantly impact overall health. Petra discusses the transformative power of movement, explaining how it can be a catalyst for personal growth and resilience. The conversation touches on embracing change, the intersection of success and health, and the rewards of helping others on their health journey. Throughout the episode, Petra Fisher’s wisdom shines through, inspiring listeners to prioritise their health and embrace movement as a key component of aging well.

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Petra Fisher Movement 

https://www.petrafishermovement.com/

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CREDITS

Host and Co-founder: Shelley Craft

Producer and Co-founder: Amanda Attwood, founder of The Aging Project

 

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