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What #BringsMeWirth with Rian Peters

What #BringsMeWirth with Rian Peters

Rian Peters, otherwise known as @iamtheliving is an artist who, in happier times, was known for sharing his tunes live with us all at either Guilt & Co., Calabash, or The Biltmore Cabaret; he’s got talent, to say the least.   The local artist from Peckham...
What #BringsMeWirth with Mathieson McCrea

What #BringsMeWirth with Mathieson McCrea

Improv master and good friend, Mathieson McCrea, is a regular on the roads in his coveted road bike. Usually busy performing at Blind Tiger Comedy–and starring in his own show, Alternate Dualities, we were lucky to have caught Mathieson during a brief weekend biking...
What #BringsMeWirth with Alex Duckworth

What #BringsMeWirth with Alex Duckworth

Welcome to story 6/8 in our ongoing series, #BringsMeWirth. Where we unpack what people in our community do for their mental health? In this session we enjoyed a great afternoon making (and eating) warm sourdough with our good pal, cool cat Alex Duckworth. Naturally,...
What Brings Me Wirth, with Praise Vaughn

What Brings Me Wirth, with Praise Vaughn

We hung out with Praise Vaughn, boxing and fitness instructor (and overall badass) at her stylish abode in Gastown for our #BringsMeWirth series. Known for catalyzing sheer strength and energy amongst the people around her constantly, her mental health practice is quiet, quaint, and involves her furry friend, Herbie.

What #BringsMeWirth with Brent Price

What #BringsMeWirth with Brent Price

Ever truly HUSTLE-ed? HUSTLE Studio owner Brent Price sat down in his new Mount Pleasant studio with WIRTH, lifted a couple kettlebells, and shared a story of a mental health practice turned physical health practice, unpacking the powerful correlation between physical and mental strength.

What Brings Me Wirth with Felicity Anne

What Brings Me Wirth with Felicity Anne

“Since I was a little kid I was always drawn to working with my hands and any creative outlet, really. I started with acting because of it being a very physical, all body thing. Whenever I‘m feeling overwhelmed or anxious or don’t know what I’m doing, I definitely turn to something that takes me out of my head and into my physical body. “