1 hr 15 min

EP. #107 | Community as a Spiritual Practice: An Interview with Womb Worker, Danielle Lyles Barton SoulBeautyChat

    • Spirituality

Join me for a beautiful spirit-led conversation with Womb Worker, Danielle Lyles Barton.

“With over 10 years of studying psychology, public health, + wellness, and an unwavering commitment to sharing her knowledge and natural gifts, Danielle Lyles Barton focuses on ancestral womb work and women’s reproductive health, helping Black women reclaim authority of their own lives and bodies through self-healing and community-building. Danielle’s leadership draws from her own lived experiences of sexual assault and emotional trauma, carrying forward the teachings and methods that supported her in navigating her own healing journey.

After spending 4 years living in South Korea studying Eastern Medicine and obtaining a Masters in Public Health degree, Danielle sought guidance and mentorship from internationally renowned wellness professionals. She became a certified postpartum doula, while the gaining of her accreditation as a yoga instructor supported her continued evolution to become a facilitator for transformative retreats.

Danielle developed Blooming All Over as a community that is centered around accessing joy and liberation. With a deep-rooted penchant for ongoing reflection, Danielle Lyles Barton is continuously investing in her own learning to provide relevant tools, resources and practices for Black women seeking to overcome cycles of trauma and emotional dysfunction. She is committed to creating spaces where luxury, vulnerability, and spiritual growth is the norm.”

Join the retreat waitlist: bit.ly/theretreatwaitlist

Follow Danielle on IG: https://www.instagram.com/daniellelylesbarton/

In this episode, we’re diving deep into:


The gift of writing out your life story
The ups and downs of being spiritually dragged
Danielle’s pivotal moment — being at her “emotional rock bottom”
Mourning previous versions of ourselves
Community as a Spiritual Practice
How her perspective of love has shifted and evolved
The beauty of allowing others to love you
The difference between pampering yourself and nurturing yourself
Self-discipline as a form of self-care
Navigating grief with compassion and gentleness
Mindset shifts that can is bringing her joy
What to expect at The Blooming All Over Retreat
“Black women in luxury is a political statement.”
Closing message to the people who may be at their emotional rock bottom

Moment by moment I choose to show up in love meditation: “https://open.spotify.com/episode/63hoOKe6rYDOZPAoNTBMsz?si=329474ecbdda42ea”

Ways to support the COMMUNITY & show:

1. Leave a review or share comment: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/soulbeautychat/id1149340735

2. Work with me: Submit an email for sponsorship or questions via soulbeautychat@gmail.com

3. Become a monthly podcast supporter: https://anchor.fm/SoulBeautyChat/support ✉️ BRANDS OR COLLABORATIONS: soulbeautychat@gmail.com

4. Listen to my meditations: https://www.youtube.com/c/sewingstardom90/videos

5. Donate: The non-profit: https://soulbeautyoutreach.com/


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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soulbeautychat/support

Join me for a beautiful spirit-led conversation with Womb Worker, Danielle Lyles Barton.

“With over 10 years of studying psychology, public health, + wellness, and an unwavering commitment to sharing her knowledge and natural gifts, Danielle Lyles Barton focuses on ancestral womb work and women’s reproductive health, helping Black women reclaim authority of their own lives and bodies through self-healing and community-building. Danielle’s leadership draws from her own lived experiences of sexual assault and emotional trauma, carrying forward the teachings and methods that supported her in navigating her own healing journey.

After spending 4 years living in South Korea studying Eastern Medicine and obtaining a Masters in Public Health degree, Danielle sought guidance and mentorship from internationally renowned wellness professionals. She became a certified postpartum doula, while the gaining of her accreditation as a yoga instructor supported her continued evolution to become a facilitator for transformative retreats.

Danielle developed Blooming All Over as a community that is centered around accessing joy and liberation. With a deep-rooted penchant for ongoing reflection, Danielle Lyles Barton is continuously investing in her own learning to provide relevant tools, resources and practices for Black women seeking to overcome cycles of trauma and emotional dysfunction. She is committed to creating spaces where luxury, vulnerability, and spiritual growth is the norm.”

Join the retreat waitlist: bit.ly/theretreatwaitlist

Follow Danielle on IG: https://www.instagram.com/daniellelylesbarton/

In this episode, we’re diving deep into:


The gift of writing out your life story
The ups and downs of being spiritually dragged
Danielle’s pivotal moment — being at her “emotional rock bottom”
Mourning previous versions of ourselves
Community as a Spiritual Practice
How her perspective of love has shifted and evolved
The beauty of allowing others to love you
The difference between pampering yourself and nurturing yourself
Self-discipline as a form of self-care
Navigating grief with compassion and gentleness
Mindset shifts that can is bringing her joy
What to expect at The Blooming All Over Retreat
“Black women in luxury is a political statement.”
Closing message to the people who may be at their emotional rock bottom

Moment by moment I choose to show up in love meditation: “https://open.spotify.com/episode/63hoOKe6rYDOZPAoNTBMsz?si=329474ecbdda42ea”

Ways to support the COMMUNITY & show:

1. Leave a review or share comment: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/soulbeautychat/id1149340735

2. Work with me: Submit an email for sponsorship or questions via soulbeautychat@gmail.com

3. Become a monthly podcast supporter: https://anchor.fm/SoulBeautyChat/support ✉️ BRANDS OR COLLABORATIONS: soulbeautychat@gmail.com

4. Listen to my meditations: https://www.youtube.com/c/sewingstardom90/videos

5. Donate: The non-profit: https://soulbeautyoutreach.com/


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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soulbeautychat/support

1 hr 15 min