Today I’m talking to the fabulous Tamu Thomas from Live Three Sixty. Tamu is a somatic coach, writer, speaker and podcaster who is passionate about helping ambitious freelance and entrepreneurial women learn how to tend to their needs, befriend themselves and develop an identity beyond what they do.
In this episode we cover lots of great topics including working with the whole body, toxic productivity and how it’s impacting our nervous systems as well as befriending our feelings.
Listening to Tamu will change how you feel about life for the better.
- Toxic productivity and its impact in your nervous system [06:33]
- Giving yourself permission to do things your way and at your pace. [20:00]
- Tamu on resourcing yourself and her own self care practices to make sure she is able to hold space for others [21:50]
- Radical acceptance and meeting your needs through continual small shifts [25:55]
- The blurred line between empathy and co-dependence [27:59]
- The relationship between wellness, wealth and safety and the lessons Tamu has had to learn in this area [35:30]
- Opening ourselves up to moe joy [51:21]
- Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma by Peter Levine
- The Rise: Creativity, the Gift of Failure and the Search for Mastery by Sarah Lewis
About Tamu Thomas
Tamu Thomas is a somatic coach, writer, speaker and podcaster who helps highly ambitious freelance and entrepreneurial women learn how to tend to their needs, befriend themselves and develop an identity beyond what they do. Tamu uses a trauma safe integrated approach to help her clients and community cultivate emotional safety and take aligned action to manifest lives and businesses they love.
About Your Host – Lisa Pascoe
I’m Lisa and I’m an Intuitive Life Coach. I am on a mission to help empaths, highly sensitive women and LGBTQ+ folks to slow down and prioritise their wellbeing so that they feel more present in their lives, experience more joy and live life on purpose.
I do this through 1:1 coaching, workshops and nourishing circles. When I’m at my happiest, you’ll find me swimming in the sea. I live on the South Coast with my wife, and miniature sausage dog Henry.