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JUNGALOW-  March 04, 2019

I met Amanda Daniels through a close friend of mind about ten years ago. At the time, my main gig was consulting with small businesses and helping with brand identities and graphic design. Amanda became a client of mine. Over the year or so that we worked together, it became clear to me that Amanda had an abundance of great intuition, talent, smarts, and drive but she was grappling with “the vision” for her brand. Amanda is a heart disease survivor and a mom, and she knew that her story was going to be part of her business, but it wasn’t yet totally clear how.  

THE 10 ITEMS YOU NEED TO TURN YOUR BATHROOM INTO AN AT-HOME SPA YOU'LL NEVER WANT TO LEAVE

HOLA! USA-  January 09, 2019

As you prepare to get in the right mindset, placing crystals in the area can also lead to self-care. Setting an intention as you relax can help resolve any issues. Jenna Dewan has said that her favorite crystal is rose quartz and she uses them in baths to open her heart.

FOCUSING ON WHOLE HEALTH AT THE WONDER OF WOMEN SUMMIT

#WOW The Wonder of Women Summit -  May 2, 2018

Nearly 400 guests gathered on May 2, 2018, to attend the inaugural #WOW The Wonder of Women Summit, which brought together thought leaders and trailblazers in science, health and culture for a day of learning and connection.

 

A featured speaker, Amanda shared her heart story alongside UCLA Cardiologist, Dr. Karol Watson.

"LET'S TALK" SERIES ADDRESSES WOMEN'S HEART DISEASE

UCLA Health David Geffen School of Medicine Magazine - Spring 2016 Edition

The UCLA Women’s Cardiovascular Center, committed to educating women about the warning signs of heart disease and heart-healthy lifestyle tips, held an educational seminar on October 28, 2015, in the Pavilion Club of UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion to raise awareness of the warning signs and risks factors of cardiovascular disease. Heart disease, while often preventable, continues to be the No. 1 cause of death among American women.

CBS LA: 'WOMENHEART' CHAMPIONS RAISE AWARENESS
 

Amanda Daniels, heart coach and television host, along with fellow survivor Alisa Becket discuss the first peer led heart disease support group they co-founded in Los Angeles. WomenHeart of West Los Angeles meets the second Monday of every month at UCLA Medical Plaza in the cardiac rehab center. To learn more information, email WomenheartWestLA@gmail.com or visit www.WomenHeart.org.

DO YOU KNOW THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN WOMEN?
 

February 1st through March 31, 2016, Burlington Stores nationwide partnered with WomenHeart to spread awareness and educate women on the importance of heart health.  Amanda's slogan "Meditation Gives Me Strength" was one of four campaigns to be featured globally.

AMANDA'S STORY

Amanda Daniels created Flight inspiring people to let go of their baggage and stay true to their hearts. This career path was lit as a direct result of her battle with heart disease starting at 18 years old, and the subsequent spiritual journey that followed.  This lifestyle brand is based on Daniels' professional roles as an intuitive healer and heart warrior.

RAND CORPORATION:  WOMEN'S HEART HEALTH- RESEARCH THAT MATTERS

Amanda Daniels and fellow heart disease survivor, Alisa Becket, share their heart stories at Rand Corporation's Women Heart Health Seminar on January 11, 2014.

WOMEN'S HEART HEALTH: LISTEN TO YOUR BODY!
 

Burlington Coat Factory and Women Heart partner for fantastic campaign to raise awareness about women's heart health. Hear from the talk show host, Wendy Williams and young, heart disease thrivers!

LIVE HEALTHY SPECIAL REPORT - AMANDA DANIELS

Shape Magazine - February 2012

In the Fall of 2003 I was 25, working as a group-cycling instructor and indulging my adventure-junkie side with paragliding and canyoneering. I had never felt healthier, even through I'd known for years that I had an arrhythmia, or "hiccuping heart." My doctor had assured me that this condition is very common and often harmless, through it can interfere with the heart's ability to pump blood.

HEART AND STROKE WALK 

Santa Monica Mirror- November 2013

Heart disease survivor Amanda Daniels has defied the odds by not just giving birth once, but twice, years after doctors told her childbirth was next to impossible.

 

While hooked to a cardiac monitor during a wisdom teeth removal procedure when she was 18, doctors noticed an irregular heartbeat and sent her immediately to a cardiologist. She was diagnosed with arrhythmia, a generally benign condition in which the heart beats at an irregular or abnormal function.

FOX 11 SPECIAL REPORT: HEART FAILURE AT 25- AMANDA'S RECOVERY

As part of our "Faces of Heart Disease" project, we profile Amanda Daniels. Though young and fit, she was diagnosed with Heart Failure at 25. Following treatment with medication and cardiac ablation surgery Amanda recovered enough heart function to have two healthy children.

EXTRA TV
 

Amanda Daniels appeared as an EXTRA special correspondent on EXTRA TV and interviewed cardiologist Dr. Sunny Bhatia about women and heart disease.

GOOD DAY LA LIVE IN STUDIO


Amanda Daniels was interviewed in studio on Good Day LA with Jillian Reynolds and Steve Edwards. Amanda co-founded the WomenHeart of West LA support group for women living with heart disease.

FOX 11 NEWS WITH LIZ HABIB
 

​Amanda Daniels was featured all week long on Fox 11 news. This segment was in studio with Liz Habib speaking about the fears of being diagnosed with heart disease. Amanda co-founded the WomenHeart of West LA support group for women living with heart disease.

VEGAS MORNING BLEND: AMANDA DANIELS
 

Meet four patients doing battle with heart disease. Ramona Palmer, 49, is recovering from her first heart attack. Robert McReynolds had his first heart attack at 44. Amanda Daniels was diagnosed with Heart Failure at 25, and Alisa Becket developed Heart Failure in her 30's, right after giving birth.

FOX 11 REPORTS: FACES

 

Meet four patients doing battle with heart disease. Ramona Palmer, 49, is recovering from her first heart attack. Robert McReynolds had his first heart attack at 44. Amanda Daniels was diagnosed with Heart Failure at 25, and Alisa Becket developed Heart Failure in her 30's, right after giving birth.

THE MARIA SHOW: GO RED FOR WOMEN
 

Marie Osmond features three heart disease survivors for heart month, including heart coach, Amanda Daniels, Myrna and Towshawa. What do you know about your heart health?

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