Hosted by Michelle Siman, Lemon Water is a collective of conversations and interviews with individuals in the community surrounding the theme of health and wellness . Self-proclaimed wellness enthusiast Michelle asks many questions and guests share tips and stories on how you can lead your better daily life.
Shydeia Caldwell & Brittany Josephina - Black Girl Magik
Black Girl Magik is returning to ancient Black healing modalities and traditions to nurture the well-being and existence of Black women. Michelle sits down with Shydeia and Birttany of Black Girl Magik, on today's episode they discuss the importance of the community they are building, how they both came together, what they are currently working on and we get into their wellness journeys.
Leslie Ewing - Plant Based Foods Canada
On this episode Michelle sits down with Toronto based, Executive Director of Plant Based Foods Canada Leslie Ewing. They discuss what the organizations involvement in the Canadian food industry is along with their main goal. This episode also covers a little bit about the rise in popularity of the flexitarian and plant based diet and what that means for the future of the food industry.
Kimberly Waldropt - Terra-Tory
Kimberly Waldropt is the founder and creator of Tera-Tory, a hypoallergenic natural skin care brand based our of Long Island. On today’s episode Michelle and Kimberly discuss her journey with eczema, why she decided to start a skin care line, the food and skin connection, and they get into some of Kimberly’s favourite routines at the moment.
Priscilla Tsai - Cocokind
Cocokind is a certified organic and socially conscious skincare line based out in San Francisco. On today's episode Michelle catches up with Priscilla Tsai who is the companies founder and CEO. The two discuss how Priscilla got her start in the clean beauty and skincare industry, and get into how shes been navigating running the business this past year.
Donté Colley - Digital Creator and Dancer
Michelle catches up with Donté Colley a Toronto based digital creator and dancer. On this episode Donté and Michelle catch up on how Donté has been staying creative during a time when we are all at home, his journey with dance and how he's been using that get his community moving, Donté also opens up about a his recent health scare that now has him paying more attention to his gut health.
Evelynn Escobar-Thomas - Hikeclerb
Starting the season off with Evelynn Escobar-Thomas, a multi-passionate creative, model, and activist based in LA who is also the founder of Hikerclerb, an intersectional womxn’s hike club. On this episode Michelle and Evelynn discuss Evelynns wellness journey, her activism starting at a young age, and the importance of representation.