Two black women discuss what it is like moving through the world as BIPOC. We discuss self-care, raising children, current pop culture, yoga and more. Join us for conversations that will be enlightening, thought-provoking, and definitely uncomfortable. This Podcast strives to be a beacon for change.
Episode 8 Collective Consciousness and Navigating Wellness Spaces with Reggie Hubbard
I met Reggie Hubbard in a Club House Room online. The discussion we were having was about taking our yoga and spiritual practices online. Reggie was very clear about how much more productive and equitable online spaces were for Black Folxs and BIPOC...
Episode 7 Showing up as a Black Man in Healing Spaces
I this episode we talk to Shawn J. Moore, the director of Student Leadership at Moorehouse College. Shawn talks about how he integrated meditation and mindfulness as a tool for his own creative resilience, personal power and healing
Episode 6 How Wellness Got Whitewashed
In this episode we talk to Anita Bhagwandas, author of the article "How Wellness Got Whitewashed" that was recently published in Glamour U.K.
Episode 5 - Black Canadian History with Irene Moore Davis
In today's episode, we're going to be talking to Irene Moore Davis, author, educator, and historian on what Black History Month means in Canada. Black History Month here in February is a global phenomenon, but often our history in Canada gets...
Episode 4: Black Lives Rising with Lola Small
This episode not only talks about the importance of the movement Black Lives Matter but the next steps in creating opportunities and platforms for Black Lives to rise. Dianne and Dee talk to creator and founder of Black Lives Rising on her vision for...
Episode 3 Teaching Yoga as Black Women
This episode Dee and I share what it's like to teach yoga as black women and how we use our yoga to navigate racism, privilege, and the wellness world.
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Can’t stop listening!
I’ve been listening to this podcast non-stop! Every episode so far has kept me engaged and wanting more. Dianne and Dee have a great dynamic and are informed, intelligent beings that I love to learn from. From the episode on Body Image to How wellness got Whitewashed, these lived experiences are extremely important to talk about. Learning about Canada’s black history also blew my mind. I’m in.
Love this podcast!
Every time I listen to an episode, I think, “Okay, THIS is my favourite episode” and then the next one comes out and that becomes my new favourite. Dianne and Dee are so knowledgeable, thoughtful, and fun to listen to. The episode with Irene Moore Davis blew my mind and taught me so much about Canadian history, especially in my town. This is my new favourite podcast and I look forward to each new episode.