Ready for a health and wellness podcast that’s less about how you look and more about how you feel? Join host and celebrity health coach Erin Treloar as she takes you behind-the-highlight reel of the world’s biggest influencers and wellness experts to share transformational stories, tips and tools to help you feel the absolute best. Get ready for raw conversations about body image, diet culture, anxiety, depression, motherhood and self-care mixed in with a whole lot of self love. Now an inspiring health coach who has worked with hundreds of women, Erin struggled with an eating disorder, negative body image and to this day navigates life with anxiety. As she speaks with her guests it turns out that behind the polished social media pictures, everyone has a deeper story to tell, lessons to share, and challenges they are facing. Join Erin and the community on Instagram at @rawbeautytalks and make sure to subscribe and follow so you don’t miss an episode.
Jill Interviews Erin Part 1 : Intuitive Eating & Death to "Doing it All"
Erin and Jill met over 15 years ago serving bottles of wine and chicken fingers at a restaurant they worked at in their early 20's. Since then they've been side-by-side through the highs and lows of life - from marriage, to entrepreneurship, to raising kids, losing loved ones, and the odd mental health struggle from time to time.
In this episode, Jill turns the mic on Erin and asks her some lingering questions about how intuitive eating really works, the reality of 'doing it all' and how to deal with haters.
Peer inside a supportive friendship between two women who sometimes share slightly different perspectives while simultaneously holding all the love in the world for one another.
COACHING WITH ERIN : The Power of Your Words
In today's episode, Erin speaks about the power of the spoken word and shares some simple guidelines to use them to your advantage. Every word that comes out of your mouth carries a vibration and a certain energy behind it. String them together and they wield an entirely new capacity. We've all been caught-up in a moment of gossip or told a little white lie and while it can seem harmless, overtime these choices can impact our inner peace and what we attract.
Get ready to rethink what you speak into the world! PRESS PLAY.
Conscious Parenting in a Beauty Sick World with Dr. Shefali
"I don't want my kids to struggle with food and their body in the same way that I have." I hear this sentiment all the time in my health coaching practice so when Dr. Shefali agreed to come onto the show I knew I wanted to dive deep into the topic with her.
Dr. Shefali is an expert in family dynamics and personal development, teaching courses around the globe and hanging with the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Lewis Howes, Jay Shetty and many other thought leaders. She has written four books, three of which are New York Times best-sellers, including her two landmark books The Conscious Parent and The Awakened Family.
In this episode, Dr. Shefali talks about how to navigate difficult body image moments with your kids and shares the best way to ensure your kids don’t have the same struggle with food and body image that you do. She also shares a concept to help reduce the grip of MOM GUILT, something many of us struggle with as parents.
PRESS PLAY and listen to the end for Erin's recap of the episode!
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The 5 Most Impactful Things I've Done for My Health
After over two years of podcasting we've covered A LOT on this show with honest conversations on everything from mental health, wellness, beauty, body image and so much more. Health and wellness can sometimes feel overwhelming trying to navigate through all the noise to uncover what's right for your body. In this episode, Erin reflects on the top 5 most impactful things she's done to support her health and wellness. She's dabbled in everything from cleanses to botox to intuitive eating and celery juice (that one didn't stick btw) but there are a few things that really moved the needle and she's laying it all out there for you.
How to Be Loving with Danielle LaPorte
Danielle LaPorte joins Erin live at home for an intimate conversation about mental health (breakdowns), psilocybin therapy, and of course SELF LOVE.
Danielle is a mother, speaker, writer, member of Oprah’s SuperSoul 100 a group who, in Oprah Winfrey’s words, “is uniquely connecting the world together with a spiritual energy that matters.” and so much more. Her top 10 wellness podcast, With Love, Danielle and website are visited by millions each month.
Her fifth book, How to Be Loving invites us to live with a loving gaze, less critical self talk and more self compassion.
PRESS PLAY & don't forget to come say hi @rawbeautytalks!
Behind-the-Scenes of a Raw Beauty Reset Call
In this episode, tune into some key segments of our last Raw Beauty Reset call with guest speaker, Kaitlyn Bristowe and coach Erin. Kaitlyn shares an amazing analogy to support you on your wellness journey and the girls discuss the polarizing reaction to one of Kaitlyn's recent social media posts. While 98% of people were supportive, 2% were not impressed and we talk about why. Erin also answers a question about how to deal when your partner has different health and wellness habits than you (i.e. they're not practicing anything and you are). So excited to peel back the curtains and invite you inside the Raw Beauty Reset for a sneak peek just for our listeners.
I love Erin’s podcast, has helped me to know that others are going through similar emotions and struggles and that there is light and hope.
My go to podcast! I have listened from the beginning and I love it. Erin is great. Her voice to me is like a nold friend! So comforting :) I even love the intro tune! Way to go Erin, your content is Always so informative, interesting and I’m learning something new every time I listen. I’m a new mom so this is my escape and way to learn without leaving my house.
Love this podcast
So informative - feels like a safe space