The Beautiful Story of Mindfulness, with Amy Tirion

Amy Tirion

Amy Tirion

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I get the opportunity this week to speak with another Culture Changer.  While our guest Linda Inlay focused on how she strategically helps schools to adapt new and healthy cultures, our guest this week Amy shares about how she is bringing mindfulness into corporations where she helps individuals to find their whole wholeness, while helping corporations build more mindful, kind, and healthy cultures as well.

I got connected to Amy when a friend tipped me off to her sweet book "Knowing Beautiful, A New Bedtime Story for Women."  She speaks about how she gained inspiration from reading her children their sweet bedtime stories, and how it helped her to realize women could use a conscious new bedtime story from criticism and not good enough, to love, acknowledgement, and acceptance.

Once again, it is so awesome to get to know a woman out there who is making an incredible difference in her world.

To connect with her:

DelightForTheSoul.com

PotentialProject.com

More on Amy:

Amy Tirion is a Speaker, author, mindfulness consultant and founder of Delight for the Soul, Amy Tirion leads employee engagement and individual wellness and mindfulness programs that focus on the intellect, energy, and emotion of personal change.

Amy's profession started with a ten-year change management consulting career with Accenture included leading their "People, Values, and Culture" programs for the 1200 employees within their Bay Area offices. In 2011, she started Delight for the Soul to offer one-of-a-kind experiences that help her clients access their own source of wisdom, clarity, and inspiration.

Amy is one of fourteen inspiring women profiled nationally in a documentary series on Inner Beauty produced by Elizabeth Arden. Amy's book entitled Knowing Beautiful: A New Bedtime Story for Women won the national 2015 Silver Medal Living Now Award.


Amy's current focus it to bring mindfulness into organizations, as a consultant with the global firm, The Potential Project. She is also an artist, dancer, contributor to the Huffington Post and a restorative yoga trainer. Amy uses her background to bring different modalities of mind-body and creative exploration to her clients for holistic support of their change journey. Amy lives in San Francisco with her husband and two teenage daughters.