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How often do you incorporate play into your life? Getting into the mindset of play can help you to reduce stress, deepen your connection with others and be a better leader. On today’s episode, you will hear about how to use our senses and incorporate more play into our lives. Our guests, Nicola Kapala and Katie Strand, are creative partners collaborating on a video project to bring concepts of interplay and connection. Together they lead us through how social change leaders can adapt the mindset of play and the benefits of doing so.
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Nicola Kapala: For the past fifteen years Nicola has been working with teams and individuals at the intersection of integrative health and leadership science. Using the mediums of water and gravity, play therapy and integrative practices such as shiatsu, yoga and water massage she works from a mind/body approach to help people gain greater vitality and connection to their lives. A self confessed “neuroscience nerd” Nicola blends her background in business development and social sciences to facilitate and guide people to align themselves to their purpose and joy.
Katie Strand: Katie Strand is an Emmy-Nominated Film Producer and Coach. Her projects have been featured on Rock the Vote with the WNBA, HBO, PBS, NBC, MTV, Fox and over 20 national commercials including Super Bowl commercials and Deadpool 2. A modern-day renaissance woman, Strand also hosted the Catalyst Podcast (Catalyst Festival in Duluth), practices Martial Arts, Aerial Acrobatics, Stand Up Paddleboarding, and dances swing, tango, salsa and Zouk. For the better part of 25 years, Strand has been leaning-in to personal growth and self-actualization, which led her to earn a Master’s in Spiritual Psychology, and a Bachelor’s in Communications/Film, graduating with honors and magna cum laude.