In this podcast we will walk each other home through diverse conversations on the human experience. This is an inclusive community exploring new topics each month with a variety of guests who have important stories to share. Each episode will provide takeaways that will leave you feeling uplifted, connected & motivated to elevate to the next best version of yourself.
Hormonal Health: Being Diagnosed with a Brain Tumor Even When You Do Everything “Right” & Exploring the Mind-Body Connection with Katey Yurko of The Violet Fog
This is an important episode for those who want to learn more about food, the mind-body connection, and how to handle a scary health diagnosis even when you’ve been doing everything “right” for years.
Hormonal Health: How Artificial Light Can Impact Our Hormone Function with Andy Mant of BluBlox
Andy shares about his own health journey, and how he discovered that his own poor light hygiene was causing anxiety and physical discomfort.
Hormonal Health: Biohacking, Infradian Rhythm & Balancing with Alisa Vitti of In The Flo
In this episode, we’ll dive into an informative and transformative conversation with the female biohacking pioneer, Alisa Vitti.
October Intro: Hormonal Health
This is a short and sweet introduction to this month’s topic of Hormonal Health, as well as a few little teasers regarding this month’s guest line up.
Change Makers: Finding My Voice Through Domestic Violence, Failure, and Illness with Kayla Nielsen
In this episode, Kayla reveals how she found her voice and her purpose through a violent relationship, mental illness, perceived failures, global travel, and chronic illness. If you want to know more about the host of this show, this is an episode you WON’T want to miss.
Change Makers: I’m Not a Victim, I’m a Survivor (of Human Trafficking) with Markie Ethier
Markie Ethier was born, raised and TRAFFICKED (yes, human trafficked) in Canada. In this eye-opening, heart-wrenching and educational episode- Markie opens up about her experience of being trafficked at the age of 19-years-old right out of her small town in Canada.
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