On the Listen to Your Body Podcast, we explore the intersection of body, mind, and soul health and help you reclaim your abilities to eat and move more intuitively, listen to your body, and trust yourself more deeply. Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and strength coach Steph Gaudreau hosts this mix of expert guest interviews and solo chats that will help you deepen your trust with food, movement, and your body. You’ll hear about Intuitive Eating, nutritional therapy, and how they can overlap to move you toward authentic health; developing a more intuitive body movement practice; mindset and mental health; building body acceptance, body neutrality, and positive body image; working with emotions and emotional health; and how to support spiritual well-being.
3 Mistakes Keeping You From Getting Stronger In the Gym
If you are having a hard time seeing the results from strength training that you have been hoping for, there is a good chance you are engaging in one or all of the three major common mistakes I see over and over again. The good news is you can make some simple changes to start achieving the goals you are after.
Strength Training & Your Relationship with Exercise
When I first experienced the freedom of using exercise as a way to feel better in my body, instead of trying to make it smaller, my whole world changed. While the change didn't happen overnight, creating a free, fun, and filling relationship with movement has not only improved the way I relate to my body but has also set me up for both physical and mental health longevity.
How to Use Tapping for Food Freedom w/ Jason Winters
Despite what diet culture has told us, emotional eating is not inherently wrong. Instead of getting caught up in the fear and anxiety surrounding emotional and intuitive eating, tapping can help you improve your relationship with food and help you clear out any unwanted or unresolved negativity.
3 Pillars of Self-Trust w/ Shohreh Davoodi
True, deep self-trust comes from a combination of consciousness, care, and courage. Just like a muscle, it takes practice to let your body know that it can trust you to make the right decisions for yourself, and in turn, your community around you.
Intuitive Eating and Alcohol
The role of alcohol in your intuitive eating journey is completely up to you. But, by noticing your relationship with alcohol and assessing it through intuitive eating principles, you can decide if alcohol is serving you in a healthy way.
Getting Back to Exercise Without Feeling Wrecked
Physical activity can be a fun, challenging, and positive experience if you approach it the right way. By shifting your mindset away from the ‘all or nothing mentality, modulating your intensity and volume, and focusing on your tissue recovery through nutrition and awareness, you can harness your good intentions and get active again.
Steph is a amazing!
I don’t even remember how I came to know Steph and her work. However I’m so glad I did. Given that I’ve not personally been a victim of the diet culture I never truly understood the damage it caused until I became a coach. Following Steph’s work has been a great addition to the quality of my work. Her podcasts are so easy to listen to. I might be bias cuz I really love her voice. I really love all the info she provides and constantly share it with my clients are navigating out of the diet culture. Give it a go, you wont regret it!
Real, authentic, and balanced
Every episode challenges me in a different way. The evolution of Steph’s focus has aligned closely with mine, which is more about Intuitive Eating, body positivity, and just *being*. Being confident in your skin and how to pursue health with a truly holistic approach - physical, emotional, and mental. No more dogma. No more restriction. Just real talk and real results. So appreciative of having Steph’s voice in my ear each week. Keep it up 💪🏼❤️
Steph Gaudreau: Listen To Your Body
Steph breaks down issues I have struggled with into down to earth, easy to understand principles. The strategies she provides are realistic and they just plain make sense, based on sound psychological and wellness principles. Her ideas resonate in a way that I have not encountered before. Thank you Steph, for helping women of all ages to love ourselves and just to be ourselves.