New Reality Solutions
On this call-in live show, Dr. Art Emrich, Ph.D. and Dr. Christina Winsey, D.C. want to be your guides, assisting and empowering you to create your new reality for greater happiness, less stress, more health and success. These two dynamic co-hosts will help you learn how to take charge of your own amazing mind and emotions, so that you will better navigate these chaotic and stressful times with more ease than you thought possible.
The caterpillar goes from chaos to order, struggling within its chrysalis, looking like a soupy mess, before it becomes a butterfly and lives its beautiful NEW REALITY. Humans also struggle (especially in these challenging times). Someone once said, “Growth is messy,” but it’s a vital part of creating a life you love. We all need support while on the road to greater happiness, peace of mind, self-confidence, success and well-being.
Dr. Art and Dr. Chris want to empower you to heal yourself in mind, body, and spirit so that you can achieve success in whatever is important to you. You will discover, first-hand, some of the tools and techniques they have successfully used with countless clients.
Some of the topics they will tackle include:
Wrangling in a racing mind,
Solving sleep problems,
Help for PTSD sufferers,
Addiction recovery and stopping negative, addictive habits,
Reducing stress overwhelm and managing the unavoidable life stressors more effectively.
…and many other nagging challenges that reduce your happiness, success and well-being.
From time-to-time the show will also include revealing fireside chats and fascinating interviews. You will find answers and solutions that help you tap into and own your inner power, based on the amazing, holistic discoveries in neuro, behavioral, and health sciences, quantum physics, law of attraction, laser coaching, neuro-linguistic programming, emotional freedom and so much more.
From a childhood of being endlessly mocked for his weight, Zach Herman has been on a mission. Zach says:
“I began my journey to fitness in the worst possible way. I was shamed into it. As an indoor kid growing up, I didn’t have many friends. I turned to video games and food for comfort, leaving me out of shape and socially maladjusted.
Eventually, I found a connection in theatre: all the imagined worlds to live in and parts to play resonated with me. This, of course, didn’t help an overweight kid in his early teens already facing ridicule every day for being the fat kid; now, because people think any guy in theater and dance is gay, I was the fat, gay kid too. I couldn’t change their biases, but I could change myself.
It wasn’t a healthy start. I’ve hit every fad and fitness myth. I’ve starved myself, I’ve done endless cardio, I’ve bought the workout DVDs, I’ve been led down a path that doesn’t work for me time and time again.
Then I got smart. I got educated and certified by the International Sports Sciences Association. I started training in 2016, and most recently took it a step further with Precision Nutrition in 2019.
As for my social issues, going through drama school, performing abroad, showcasing and auditioning in New York City every week, I’ve found a rhythm. The work is never done, and I continue to work on myself and set an example for my clients.”