A New podcast weblog with Amie Mouneimne
S2 - Ep.7 Jesse with Raincoast Dog Rescue
Why do dogs need us to speak-up on their behalf?
Jesse passionately shares the ways he is rescuing dogs world-wide. You will hear about some unethical practices that have become the norm and nothing short of appalling. Don't fret though. Luckily, we have people like Jesse who are the voices for these innocent lives. The more knowledge we have the more we can help! Knowledge is power.
S2 - Ep.6 Angela Shaw vividly recounts historical, eye-opening stories of what it means to be Black and educated in the US.
Angela Shaw, one of the few African American women to graduate Harvard Law school in the 70's, recounts her family history and shares what it was like to be Black in the US as a child and young adult. Through Angela's magical tales, we visit affluent neighborhoods of her past, once cultural and educational hubs for the Black community and we get a haunting glimpse into what they have become today. We journey through her romantic affair from New York to Europe where she met the love of her life. Angela also gives candid advice to Black youth in the US. Is there any hope? Decide for yourself after you partake in a very fun and eye-opening journey!
S2 - Ep.5 Ovila Mailhot : Coast Salish artist of the Sto:lo & Nlaka’pamux Nations
Ovila, graphic artist from Seabird Island reservation in British Columbia, shares his traditions and passions in Coast Salish art. This kind and gentle soul explains the importance of knowing his indigenous roots and educating others about his heritage. We get a glimpse at some of his stunning work during the video and Ovila has some tips for those wishing to express themselves artistically.
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S2 - Ep4. Katja Stefaniak acquaints us with alternative healing methods including ThetaHealing
Get ready to discuss new ways of healing internal conflicts, emotional wounds and blockages. Katja is trained in several energetic therapies including ThetaHealing and Forrest Yoga. Katja has been part of my personal healing circle for years. Sometimes traditional psychology can only take us so far. For those willing to go deeper, this is where Katja comes in. She helps us get to the bottom of some of our deepest wounds, some based on old belief systems passed down to us from past generations. A must see!
S2 - Ep.3 Kiki Lovelace, Thriving Studio owner, reveals why many yoga and dance studios struggle
Join us as we ask Kiki, founder of her own coaching program: Why do so many studios struggle to make ends meet? One main reason is little to no prior business knowledge. But that is not the fascinating part! Kiki has identified a common thread that prevents her coaching clients from being successful. Fascinating discussion on how Kiki guides those from burn-out into thriving studio owners.
S2 - Ep.2 Snow McCormick shares her magical orca encounters as a free diver & ocean activist
Free diver living in the San Juan Islands and co-founder of PNW Protectors, Snow narrates a magical encounter with a special pod of orcas and why she is passionate to educate people about them. (Podcast format - no video - but super interesting!)