I met Quentin Vennie at a MindBodyGreen party in NYC a few months ago. I was there with my husband, excited to partake in some networking and free vegan food (at the end of the day, it’s all about the free food).
As I wandered around the party, passing the snack table again and again (grabbing another bite “for the road”), I overheard Quentin talking to Tara about his story – his journey to health through diet and yoga. My ears perked up immediately when I heard him mention a diagnosis of a panic disorder. Hold up! I have a panic disorder, too!
Because I’m not shy (or terribly polite), I butted into the conversation to hear more. The more we talked, the more I discovered how much Quentin and I have in common – troubled childhoods, battles with anxiety, depression, and addiction, and an unwavering shared belief in the power of self-healing. I liked him. I really liked him.
We kept in touch after the party through social media, and I
asked insisted that he be a guest in a BexLife video. Everything I saw of Quentin online showed me that he was a charming, charismatic, intelligent, funny, and inspirational force to be reckoned with. He has so much to teach the world. I wanted to put him in front of you immediately.
I’m so honored that he made the trek down to the BexLife farm to shoot two videos with me about how he cured his anxiety with green juice and yoga. We talked for hours, and I wish we could have shot it all… I guess we’ll just have to make a lot more videos for you in the future.
Watch our videos, and find out why I simply adore Quentin Vennie.
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