Show Notes

Today’s show is all about Music, Place, and Influence. We begin with a conversation with Singer/songwriter, Christie Palazzolo, who’s really making some noise with her debut EP, Alive Today. 

And later in the show – we talk about the healing ties that can exist between architecture and science. If you’re a designer, an architect, a healer, a hospital worker – or if you’re in school for design or architecture – or the health sciences, or even if you’re not feeling right about your surroundings – you’ll want to tune in for our second guest, renowned immunologist, speaker, and author of Healing Spaces, Dr. Esther Sternberg joins us on the show. You will find her work fascinating!

Speaking of healing – when you tune into this show, you will note that, yes, I sound different… Full disclosure: I have a cold – and it’s making me sound, like a cross between the Dirty Jobs guy, Mike Rowe, and Maude from Golden Girls… 🙂  I digress... the show must go on!

It’s life, music, talk – all grown up – you’re listening to the Nancy Duffy Show –Click on the show link above to listen now!

00:01:57 into the Show

Christie Palazzolo Debuts Her First EP

Singer/Songwriter, Christie Palazollo
Singer/Songwriter, Christie Palazzolo

At just 17, Canadian singer/songwriter, Christie Palazzolo, played in the band called, “One Man Out”, regularly performing at Caesar’s Windsor, and events throughout Windsor and Detroit.

At the age of 19, she performed in Caesar’s colosseum’s California Dreamin’ concert for a crowd of over 6000… and at 21, Christie was asked to perform the theme song for the International Children’s Games which took place in Windsor, Ontario in August of 2013. sharing the stage with Canadian singer/songwriter, and Juno nominated artist Suzie McNeil. She’s a music teacher with a degree in Drama education… and she’s just released her first EP.

During this segment, we discuss (and play!) the music from her premiere EP – produced with Marty Bak of SLR Studios.

00:32:21 into the Show

A talk with Dr. Esther Sternberg: The ties between architecture and science. Building a Sense of Place for Healing and Discovery

Dr. Esther Sternberg
Dr. Esther Sternberg

In her book, Healing Spaces: The Science of Place and Well-Being, Dr. Esther Sternberg has made it her mission to travel the world to put her work with Healing Spaces into practice, something she has made great strides at over the years.

She is a Renowned immunologist, a speaker, and author – who is internationally recognized for her discoveries explaining the science of the mind-body interaction in illness and healing, and the role of place in wellbeing.  Dr. Sternberg is also the Founding Director of the University of Arizona Institute on Place and Wellbeing – a professor of Medicine, and Founding Research Director for the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona.

Books authored by Dr. Esther Sternberg: