51 episodes

The Zura Health Podcast is a space to dig deeper into what it means to be HUMAN. We cover topics on wellness, entrepreneurship, nutrition, emotional wellbeing, spirituality and sex. Twins, and Co-Founders of the digital health company Zura Health, Jessica and Kylie McBeath, are committed to providing the tools, advice, and wisdom we all need to come back home to our most powerful, honest, and true selves — by bringing bright minds, big hearts, and the latest research together into one multi-dimensional conversation.

Zura Health Podcast Kylie & Jessica McBeath

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The Zura Health Podcast is a space to dig deeper into what it means to be HUMAN. We cover topics on wellness, entrepreneurship, nutrition, emotional wellbeing, spirituality and sex. Twins, and Co-Founders of the digital health company Zura Health, Jessica and Kylie McBeath, are committed to providing the tools, advice, and wisdom we all need to come back home to our most powerful, honest, and true selves — by bringing bright minds, big hearts, and the latest research together into one multi-dimensional conversation.

    Reclaiming the Deep Feminine Wisdom w/ Poet & Mystic, Maya Luna

    Reclaiming the Deep Feminine Wisdom w/ Poet & Mystic, Maya Luna

    This conversation with Maya Luna is reaching deep into the depths of the lost feminine soul. I (Ky) believe this is one of the most important conversations right now as we reclaim the feminine principle -- within ourselves and the world. To learn more about Maya's work, you can find more here. 

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Tuning In and Understanding Our Cultural Body with Tada Hozumi

    Tuning In and Understanding Our Cultural Body with Tada Hozumi

    Tada Hozumi is a Cultural Somatics teacher, and expressive arts therapist. In this episode, we discuss the interrelatedness between the cultural body and our individual bodies. I believe this is one of the most important topics during these times. To learn more about Tada's work, click here. To join their school on Cultural Somatics, click here. 

    • 1 hr 20 min
    You Are Not Broken with LMFT, Charley Lang

    You Are Not Broken with LMFT, Charley Lang

    Charley Lang is turning traditional talk therapy on its head in today's conversation. In this conversation, Charley unpacks what Narrative Therapy is all about. We discussed SOOO much in this conversation, but the one topic I loved exploring with Charley is the process of externalizing our beliefs and patterns so that we can garner a new perspective and potential opportunity for liberation and intimacy. To learn more about Charley and his work, you can find more info and resources on his website

    • 58 min
    Reconnecting to the Wisdom of Your Womb with Holistic Fertility Expert, Jasmine Rose

    Reconnecting to the Wisdom of Your Womb with Holistic Fertility Expert, Jasmine Rose

    In this episode, Jasmine unpacks the conditioning around our bodies inviting us to step into empowerment and informed choice through education and self exploration. To learn more about Jasmine and her incredible offerings, visit her website here. 

    • 46 min
    How to Dodge Energy Vampires with Dr. Christiane Northrup

    How to Dodge Energy Vampires with Dr. Christiane Northrup

    Dr. Christiane Northrup is the god-mother of women's health and we're flipping stoked we got to sit down with her and talk about her latest book, Dodging Energy Vampires. In this interview, she's laying some serious wisdom down about the dynamic between energy vampires and empaths. As someone who identifies as an empath (Ky here) I found this episode to be a giant invitation to protect my energy and honor my boundaries. Give it a listen if that truth resonates. BIG LOVE, fierce boundaries. 

    • 58 min
    Moving Beyond Fat Phobia with Fat Activist and Phd. Candidate Layla Cameron

    Moving Beyond Fat Phobia with Fat Activist and Phd. Candidate Layla Cameron

    Layla Cameron is a PhD candidate in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University. Her research interests include celebrity culture and social media, and the representation of non-normative bodies in reality television and alternative media as seen through an intersectional feminist lens grounded in fat studies, gender studies, disability studies and critical race studies. Layla also works as a journalist, fat activist and documentary filmmaker. You can read more about Layla and her work at laylacameron.com

    • 49 min

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