Find out how health coach and personal trainer Tiffany Ima teaches creative women how to use exercise and self-care to manage depression and boost overall wellness.
About Tiffany Ima
For 15 years, Tiffany was ruled by depressed and controlled by her emotions.
In 2016, she was unable to have healthy interactions and struggled to get out of bed for months. Finally, she got fed up and decided to make a commitment to her wellness and take control of her emotions.
Through prayer and action, she began working out 5-6 days a week, taking time to learn more about herself, and engaging in self-care activities. This ultimately led her to becoming a certified personal trainer through NASM.
Now, she is on a mission to help creative women learn to manage their moods through exercise and self-care practices.
In Episode 99, Tiffany Ima Talks About:
- Her depression and exercise bulimia story
- Why social media can be a trigger for depression
- The strategy that Tiffany uses to stay tapped into her creative energy
- What she considers self-care to be
- Her favorite daily self-care rituals
- Her advice for getting started with exercise
- How dancing helps Tiffany stay creative
- Her outlook on turning 30
Resources Mentioned In This Show
- Download the full episode transcript
- Her article 75 Ways to Exercise Creativity
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