We are proud to present Tina Hurley, Adaptive Athlete and the visionary founder of the Less Leg More Heart Charity.  Tina discusses her personal story, struggles, and inspiring journey which has led her to the amazing charity work she provides to the entire Amputee Community.  The AMP’D UP211 Video Podcast is hosted by Rick Bontkowski, a right below knee amputee.

Recorded at Audiohive Podcasting
Hosted on Transistor.fm

Episode 95: A conversation with author Jean Keegan Daily on her book, “Reflections of a season soul.”

Jean has extensive experience counseling individuals, couples, and families through issues of loss, grief, chronic pain and disease, trauma, anxiety, stress, and depression, communication and relationship problems, and transitional phases of life. Jean had been a Hospice nurse for years in patients’ homes. She feels especially grateful for the blessed opportunity to have served those special patients and their families during such a sensitive transitional time.   


Jean’s training also includes national certifications as a practitioner in Holistic Nursing, Imago Relationship Therapy for singles, couples and families, and Reiki Healing Mastership. She also is trained in the utilization of relaxation and meditation techniques, interactive guided imagery and visualization, the One Brain Stress Defusion System, interpersonal communication skills, spiritual introspection, and other integrative healing modalities. Throughout the years Jean has developed and taught classes and courses on the above named topics as well as on subjects of puberty and healthy self esteem for adolescents. Also, Jean held the positions of Integrative Therapy Nurse and Community Health Educator Nurse for Women’s Health at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital Hamilton.


Jean Daly combines her knowledge of complimentary/integrative therapies with traditional medical practices to offer a true holistic perspective to the process of healing and to the maintenance of health and wellness. She is passionate about her work and enjoys being able to assist those who wish to reach a more authentic level of physical, mental, emotional, relational, and spiritual well-being.


5: The Sandwich Opera House

The gang gets together to talk about their investigation of the Sandwich Opera House. It was originally built in 1878 and has been an opera house, city hall, and jail.

The Illinois Paranormalists (TIP) is a paranormal investigation team located in the Chicago, Illinois suburbs.  We are primarily a ghost hunting club that seeks out evidence of the paranormal in various locations though out the Midwest including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, and Wisconsin.  We share our evidence on this site for the enjoyment of our followers and other paranormal investigators.  We are open to others opinions, questions, and comments.  Please email us at PJSchmidt28@yahoo.com.  Thank you.

This podcast is hosted on Transistor.fm
Recorded at Audiohive Podcasting

Episode 94: Author Marcus Engel on presence as a cornerstone for caregiving

Marcus has authored four books and is currently at work on a fifth. He holds a B.S. in sociology from Missouri State University and a M.S. in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University in the city of New York. 


In 2017, Marcus was awarded an honorary doctorate from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Notre Dame where he teaches pre-meds the art of “being with.”  


Marcus lives in Orlando, Florida with his wife, Marvelyne, and his Seeing Eye dog, Elliott. He is, in his words, a social media junkie and loves to connect with healthcare professionals nationwide. All social media information can be found at http://www.MarcusEngel.com. 




50 LEGS Steve Chamberland

We are proud to present Steve Chamberland, former Pro Wrestler and the founder of the 50 Legs Charity.  Steve discusses his early days an an amputee wrestler and what called him to the charity work he performs for the entire Amputee Community.  The AMP’D UP211 Video Podcast is hosted by Rick Bontkowski, a right below knee amputee.

Recorded at Audiohive Podcasting
Hosted on Transistor.fm