Kimberly offers info, insight and practical tools to help you develop a lifestyle that promotes health, wholeness and healing. Every week tune into interviews with top experts in health, wellness, spirituality, beauty and personal empowerment, as well as the Thursday Q and A segment with questions from the community. Start living your most beautiful, inspired and joyful life... and start to really FEEL GOOD!
The Importance of Mothers Having a Support System with Abigail Tucker
I'm really excited about this week’s topic:
The Importance of Mothers Having a Support System with Abigail Tucker
My very special guest, Abigail Tucker, is New York Times bestselling author and a longtime writer for Smithsonian Magazine.
Listen in as Abigail shares the different styles of mothering, nature versus nurture, and practical research all moms should know.
The Killer Of Joy: Expectations
We don't usually use that term, killer, but it is pretty dramatic in our lives. How much our joy just gets sucked out of the moment of a situation of the day when we put the heavy cloth of expectations on top of it.
This plays out in many different ways from the way that we perceive our body or the way that we show up in the world in relationships, in our work and our career.
This is a big one to tackle so we can start to bring that shining light of awareness and healing and move forward more expectation free.
Let's start to explore the subtle and not so subtle ways that we put this heaviness on ourselves, and as time goes on we start to realize that we do have free will and we do have a choice.
It's amazing when we start to step back and realize that some of the behaviors, beliefs and some of the things that we thought had to be a certain way, actually don't have to be that way at all.
It moves us one step forward towards enlightenment, full liberation and freedom, which is really the goal of life.
How To Rise Up to the Patriarchy with Lindsay Tucker
With all that is happening in our world today in regards to the way that women are portrayed in the media, how can we rise up to the patriarchy?
My very special guest, Lindsay Tucker, who is a yoga journal editor, podcast host, and author, shares how to set healthy boundaries while working on emotional projects, how to rise up to the patriarchy and ways to bring more awareness to the female voice.
Keep a lookout for a forthcoming book about patriarchal microaggressions and how they affect women and girls globally throughout a lifetime. It's sure to be a great read!
How To Achieve Optimal Health Using The Four Cornerstones
This week’s topic is: How To Achieve Optimal Health Using The Four Cornerstones
And here are the questions I'll be answering from the community:
Is there anything I need to be aware of in each of the Four Cornerstones that could improve my overall hair health? I’ve read that protein makes a difference when it comes to hair health. I’m starting to go bald a little in the front and need to do something about it asap!
When it comes to your four cornerstones, where does the body fit in? What I mean is, what comes first, the chicken or the egg? Should our body come first or mental health, etc?
If there’s a history of mental illness in my family, including personality disorder, is it possible to avoid this eventuality? I don’t want to “think my way into a disorder” but I do want to take precautions.
When I think of spiritual growth I think of the scriptural quote where “that by God’s power we have everything we need”. I’m not very religious. Is it possible to grow spiritually without the systems of religion?
Have you been wondering about this very topic? If you want to know the answer to this question and 3 more sent in by Beauties just like you, listen now to find out!
Remember you can submit your questions at https://mysolluna.com/askkimberly/
True Beauty and Getting Past Comparison with Tammin Sursok and Roxy Manning
What is true beauty and how do we get past comparison?
Tune in as my very special guests, Tammin Sursok and Roxy Manning, discuss how to deal with the thought of not being enough, perfectionism and struggles with achievements, and how to raise our kids in a world of beauty.
Ayurvedic Practices For Spring
With it being Earth Day, I thought it would be fitting to talk about Ayurvedic Practices For Spring!
I've been an Ayurvedic student now for several years. I've studied formally under my teacher, Vaidya Jay. I'm always asking him questions, and reading, and incorporating that deep wisdom into my own lifestyle, and I love to share it with you all.
I take the parts of Ayurveda that really resonate with me, and really love the self-care part of Ayurveda.
I like the synergy with nature and really considering the greater collective and the energies around us, including seasonal shifts that I think is so intelligent and really can add a lot of value into our everyday practices.
That's the part of Ayurveda that I love the most is that real self-care, that individualization, which is reflected through the different body types and the different energies that Ayurveda really delves into. So I can only incorporate all of it. There is tremendous wisdom in there.
Be sure to tune in for a discussion that integrates science with tips and tools on how to incorporate spring practices with Ayurveda!
Find the answers to questions from you, my community. So grateful for you!
Please be kind to you and to the earth!
Enlightening and Life Changing ! Truly refreshing 🙏🏾
I’ve been meaning to write this review for sometime now probably since December 2020 but better late than never. Kimberly Snyder’s “Feel Good” Podcast has been instrumental in developing my holistic approach to the term “health and wellness”. I always considered my fitness journey just that.. a journey.. one that is continuous and never-ending. What Kim has provided me was the path to developing areas I needed to grow in that I knew were there but could never exactly hone in on. Those areas primarily related to emotional well being and spiritual growth. I have lost 55 lbs since the onset of the Covid-19 Pandemic and made a YouTube video opining on areas of my life that I altered to accommodate the transformation. I spoke on food, exercise, and the mindset. I stated that I felt a shift in my mindset was the most important element in my physical transformation and The Feel Good podcast dives into it to another degree! Kim brings everything back to the four cornerstones and eloquently elaborates on how you need not dive too much into one area of health and wellness but instead broaden the horizon by tapping into the other cornerstones (i.e. instead of running 10 miles a day, run 4 miles and add in yoga, meditation, and journaling.) Kim’s podcast gives me something to look forward to EVERY week and it’s truly been comforting to me during this pandemic. The podcast does cater more to a women audience I’d say but as a man I can also say it is for ANYONE looking to become more well rounded in all areas of life. I could go on for an eternity so I’ll end with God Bless this podcast and Kimberly Snyder, a bright light in what can be a dark world.
All aspects of health!
Thank you Kimberly for creating the Four Cornerstones, this philosophy has helped to transform my entire being. I’ve practiced meditation for several years, but now have a different approach to my practice knowing the healthy benefits it also has. I’m incorporating a wider variety of fruits and vegetables into my and my families diet. I especially appreciate your approach in incorporating doshas, and eating more cooked veggies when needed. For a long time I was only eating raw fruits and vegetables, and now my digestion and dosha is more balanced with the nourishing dahls and kitcharis I’m enjoying. The guests you have are always knowledgeable and loving, and I learn so much from each of them. But, I will say my favorite shows are the solocasts, I truly feel connected to a community that is focused on holistic wellness for everyone, which is something our world needs so much. Thank you Kimberly for being a bright light for us all, the work you’re doing is being noticed, implemented and passed along.
Kimberly’s podcast, driven by her wisdom, sensitivity, generosity and kindness has touched me deeply. I have struggled with food all my life and have never, until now, fully understood the need to include our emotional and spiritual landscape as part of the process. I would gain and lose, gain and lose, without understanding why I couldn’t make a permanent transformation as Kimberly has. Kimberly, your lovely sensitivity, humor and understanding as well as your your own sometimes rocky journey with food and body has reached deeply into my heart. Thank you, from the bottom of that heart, for sharing your success with us. Because of you, I will be ok now. Sending you so much love and a big virtual hug back to you!