April 20, 2020
Natasha Gunther has been doing martial arts since she was five years old and she hasn't stopped. She's been training for 18 years and teaching for 10 and she has plans to build her career and open up her own martial arts studio. Having faced a lot of obstacles as a woman in the martial arts community, Natasha iis passionate about addressing the bias and discrimination that many women face as martial artists, instructors, and business owners. Natasha is also the survivor of a sexual assault, and she is here to tell her story.
In this episode, Natasha and I discuss:
“You’ve always got to try and build yourself up, even when other people are bringing you down. And I think especially with women it's a lot more common, not only in the personal life but also in the business life. You’ve gotta just keep empowering yourself, find different things that make you confident and unique.” — Natasha Gunther
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