Juna Mustad is a Life and Relationship coach, an Intuitive, and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner focused on helping people create healthy relationships, expand emotional awareness, and embrace their full potential. She combines her visionary gifts with body-centered therapy to help both individuals and couples, as well as organizations around the world.
You can find her at JunaMustad.com
Elizabeth Rosner's newest book Survivor Café: The Legacy of Trauma and the Labyrinth of Memory, published in 2017, was a finalist for a National Jewish Book Award. Her third novel Electric City was named among the best books of 2014 by NPR, and her previous novels Blue Nude and The Speed Of Light were both highly acclaimed national bestsellers, translated into multiple languages.
The Speed of Light was shortlisted for the prestigious Prix Femina in 2002. Along with writing poetry and essays, Rosner is a frequent book reviewer for the San Francisco Chronicle. She lives in Berkeley.
Beth Kempton describes herself as a wanderer, an adventurer and a seeker of beauty.
Together with her husband, she runs three different businesses – Do What You Love , Make Art That Sells and Make It In Design all of which offer tools, resources and online courses for living an inspired life. She also co-lead an online membership for soulful women entrepreneurs called Hello Soul Hello Business with Kelly Rae Roberts.
Her first book Freedom Seeker: Live more. Worry less. Do what you love was published in 2017. Her newest book (hot off the press!) is Wabi Sabi: Japanese wisdom for a perfectly imperfect life which we will be discussing today!