ONEConsciousness Deep Conversations Podcast

A Conscious Conversation With Michelle Bias

September 28, 2021 Conscious Podcasting Lab
ONEConsciousness Deep Conversations Podcast
A Conscious Conversation With Michelle Bias
Show Notes

Jeff sits down with Michelle Bias as she shares deeply about her work with people, about her own Journey and evolution, and about some very important lessons that she has learned along the way.

To learn more about Michelle and her work, visit
https://www.michellebias.com

If you are in a session or a workshop with Michelle, you’ll find she brings spunk, experience, non-judgment, and integrity. She will guide you towards creative ways to look at life to see where old paradigms and worn-out narratives can be shifted and integrated. 

Michelle holds a Masters Degree in Transpersonal Psychology with an undergrad in Psychology & Behavioral Sciences. She is a RYT 200 Yoga Instructor, Certified Astrologer, EFT practitioner, Karmic Theory Konnector, Writer, and Artist. She has a private practice and works with clients in the Tulsa area as well as remotely across the U.S via Zoom.

Why does systemic work matter?
I know first hand the impact this work has had in my life. It is powerful. If an individual is willing, it can be the catalyst for new growth and perspective. I love guiding people to a place in their life where they can access more resources and support. I want more ground to stand upon for all people. I love to see people stepping into the bright, shining lights they are. Regardless of how one finds a road towards healing, it is important to remember that everyday you have a choice. 

My commitment to myself and others: To be the best me I can be. I am a teacher and mostly, I am a student. In case you are wondering, yes, I have a coach. I have mentors, and I have teachers. I would not be here showing up in this way if I didn’t. 

A few other things about me: I’m a public speaker, facilitating TeamBuilding workshops for businesses and organizations. I co-founded OK, So Tulsa’s Storyslam in 2013 (which became a non-profit in 2020) and before covid, co-hosted the event each month.