16 episodes

centring women, wellness + self care
sharing uplifting, informative, inspiring conversations + music.
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host: Veronica Kimani
get in touch : kitimezani@gmail.com

At The Table Podcast Veronica Kimani

    • Society & Culture

centring women, wellness + self care
sharing uplifting, informative, inspiring conversations + music.
--
host: Veronica Kimani
get in touch : kitimezani@gmail.com

    Episode 8- Soulful Branding and Cultivating Joy Everyday with Lulu Kitololo.

    Episode 8- Soulful Branding and Cultivating Joy Everyday with Lulu Kitololo.

    Join us as we talk all things creativity, staying authentic to yourself through grounding techniques and self care with mommy, designer and artist Lulu Kitololo.

    You can find more information on Lulu's website: lulukitololo.com and on her blog, blog, afri-love.com

    You are welcome to join her Facebook group, Afri-love Women

    And interact with her on Instagram @lulukitololo

    • 37 min
    Episode 7- Living Intuitively and Soulful-Simplicity with Laura.

    Episode 7- Living Intuitively and Soulful-Simplicity with Laura.

    I speak to former yoga teacher, Laura, trying to live a simple and connected life. When things are simplified, she says, life is just better.We talk about sustainable fashion and living, as well as her journey through pregnancy. We talk about her journey of making a home out of a house where Laura shares that "colours really affect our moods". We discuss yoga as a journey of contentment and one that reminds us that we have everything we need. Something about nature she says, is that "you can flow with it." We talk about self care as being about doing the internal work as well as being about the face masks and bubblebaths. We talk birth control, and her journey of becoming a yoga teacher. "Life is more than this vessel we carry", Laura shares. Also, a timely reminder that "once you do a handstand, life doesn't change, it just lets go of a little bit of fear. Where you are is just fine." Laura shares tips on altering out toxic and unnecessary news, her favourite books on mindful living, starting meditation, building a healthy work ethic and practising self care regardless of age and gender.

    • 58 min
    Episode 6- Declutter and Debunk with author and women's rights advocate Lanji Ouko.

    Episode 6- Declutter and Debunk with author and women's rights advocate Lanji Ouko.

    New episode out now✨✨ featuring author and women’s rights advocate @lanji0 episode 6- declutter and debunk 🌹 “Women like you start revolutions by simply existing” we explore this powerful statement to kick off. We talk about love in the times of rona, Lanji's experience with her traditional wedding, her company- Crevit Mulier, where she draws her inspiration from and how you can be a part of her movement. We touch on the writing process behind Her Roots and her experience on Tedx Talks as what self care outside of spa-dates looks like to her. We end this with a special reading from her first book, Her Roots. Enjoy!

    Music by: Ian Post- I Promise.

    Trigger Warning- Sexual violence .

    Apologies for the sound quality on this episode, please bare with us.

    Love,
    Vee.

    • 42 min
    Episode 5- 'Woosah Some Stuff Away' with Singer, Songwriter, Wanja Wohoro.

    Episode 5- 'Woosah Some Stuff Away' with Singer, Songwriter, Wanja Wohoro.

    We discuss womanhood and matriarchy- topics explored in Wanja's first album, Matriarch. We talk about the ins and outs of playing internationally and the joy behind playing to an intimate and present crowd. We talk about how Wanja stays rooted in love and in truth in what could sometimes be deemed an ingenious industry. She shares the word 'Homecoming' as an adjective to describe this album. It was written at a time where she was yearning for a sense of home and asking questions such as "what's my lineage?", "what's my ancestry?", "who are the women who made me who I am both literally and more esoterically". We discuss ways she supports other women in the industry while moving in kindness and fearlessness. We also touch on misconceptions people have about her as well as how she feels after having released the new EP, 'Honey'.We talk about self care in the times of the internet and find out what she is listening to and is inspired by, currently. We talk about her music relationship with her now fiancé and how music has always been around for her. How it takes a village to create a beautiful, blooming, continuously productive artist- yet how it all comes down to just you. We hear her advice for young girls learning to love their bodies and trust in their journeys and end with ways you can support her as an artist in a world of online streaming.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 4- Feminism(s), Friendship, Freedom Dreams and Life as a Phd student with Niharika.

    Episode 4- Feminism(s), Friendship, Freedom Dreams and Life as a Phd student with Niharika.

    Episode 4- Feminism(s), Friendship, Freedom Dreams and Life as a Phd student with Niharika. by Veronica Kimani

    • 57 min
    Episode 4- Feminism(s), Friendship, Freedom Dreams and Life as a Phd student with Niharika.

    Episode 4- Feminism(s), Friendship, Freedom Dreams and Life as a Phd student with Niharika.

    Episode 4- Feminism(s), Friendship, Freedom Dreams and Life as a Phd student with Niharika. by Veronica Kimani

    • 47 min

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