This show will dive into all things health and wellness, the roller coaster of parenting, bed wetting and navigating family life. A whole lot of stuff!!
Tracey is the founder of reset breathe fitness, an online wellness community with live or on demand fitness, cooking and nutrition classes. She loves all things wellness and is super passionate about helping people with their fitness and health journey.
She is the mom of four awesome kids who have been interrupting her sleep for the past decade.
She likes to keep it real, make people laugh, be authentic and is fiercely proud of her reset community.
Her favourite quote is: "When we have our health we have 1000 dreams, when we don't- we have one." Protect it. You are worth it. You are awesome!
"The story of a woman who took a wake up call and changed her life," with Debbie Barry
How a dinner with co-workers in 2016 changed the life of Debbie Barry, of York PEI. This interview had me in tears as Debbie shared her courageous journey to take her health back into your own hands. We are all feeling the effects of burnout these days. This story is an inspiring reminder to take care of you today.
My Covid wall and the choice we have next
September is usually one of my most favourite times of the year. This year it has been much different. Collectively we our encountering our first September in this world wide pandemic and it brought a sobering reality with it. Moving forward we have a choice to make and that choice is what will get us through.
Discussing anxiety and depression with Tranquility co founder Joel Muise
On this episode I interview Joel Muise, co founder and owner of Tranquility, a new online platform that uses evidence based treatment to help people with anxiety and depression.
Joel shares his own struggles with anxiety and depression and how that led him to start this business which is destined to help many, many people.
To find out more about this service visit www.tranquility.app and use promo code: FIFTY for 50% off
A closer look at Indigenous Racism in Canada
In this episode I speak with powerhouse Jenene Wooldridge, the Epekwitk Mi'kmaq and Executive Director of L'nuey the Mi'kmaq Rights Initiative for Prince Edward Island. This was a really hard conversation and we need to have more of them. Education is one of the most important tools we can use to create real change and I am very grateful to have Jenene share some really difficult truths with us.
*Please be advised. Some of this content may be triggering for some listeners.
Why our body needs variety in Exercise and why our voices count
This episode starts by talking about the importance in keeping a variety in your exercise routine as enter a new season and why/how it impacts your body.
Initially this episode was going to solely focus on this topic but I couldn't not address what is going on in the world today. It's uncomfortably important for us to talk about it. #blacklivesmatter
Pelvic floor health with Paige Martin, PT
This is a topic that is sooooooo important for women but many of us just don't talk about it or just don't know how important it is for maintaining quality of life as we age.... I'm all about quality of life so in this interview we talk to Physiotherapist Paige Martin all about looking after our pelvic floors.
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Hi Tracey ,
Really enjoying your pod casts as your life and topics really relate to my lifestyle , Kids, fitness etc . Please keep them coming as I enjoy listening to you on drive into work to start my day .
Cheers lady :)
Great podcast with real life issues that so many off ya face !!
Tracey I just finished listening to all of your podcasts and loved them !! I love the variety of topics and how open you are with your feelings and experiences. The podcasts are very motivating and informative - I can’t wait for the next one !! It’s so easy to listen to these while out for my walks or on my drives in to work.
Great podcast and so easy to listen to!
Thanks Tracey for all that you do!