Stephanie Katona, the creator of SKLPT Your Life podcast is an entrepreneur, health and wellness coach, with an unwavering commitment to personal growth and guiding others on their journey towards reclaiming their most authentic self and stepping into their power in all areas of life.
This podcast features experts, authors, and thought leaders ranging from all things lifestyle related, health and wellness, relationships, and business to provide you with practical takeaways that you can implement into your own life so that you can begin SKLPTing yourself from the inside out
Episode 37: Building Inner Resilience with Tomas Morlet
Mental Resilience is what we call our ability to cope when challenges of any shape and size are thrown our way. It not only helps us cope in unfavorable scenarios, it also helps us to identify ways of moving forward. When we can't change the situation, it's important that we cultivate practices and habits that will help us build inner resilience, discover your inner strength and approach challenges in a different way.
In this Episode, Tomas Morlet, Functional Medicine Health Coach comes on to talk all about ways to build our inner resilience, improve our mindset, build healthy and sustainable practices and habits that will ultimately improve our overall well-being and optimize your health from the inside out.
Episode 35: Intuitive Eating With KiKi Athanas
You've likely heard of the term "intuitive eating" it's essentially a framework that helps you tune out the external messaging, like the harmful rules and rhetoric of diet culture and tune into your own body signals, hunger, fullness, cravings ect
A lof of us have internalized messages that we can't trust our bodies and that we must be constantly measuring, pre planning, and thinking about the food we consume. It's an exhausting cycle that leaves us feeling defeated with many conflicting feelings around food.
In his episode, KiKi Athanas, Intuitive eating coach and the creator of the gut integration method shares her knowledge and expertise on this topic. She debunks the myths and misconceptions of intuitive eating and helps us better understand how to integrate an approach that's sustainable. She works with women who are dealing with emotional eating, the binge/restrict cycle and unexplainable gut issues.
To find out more about Kiki's service you can visit her website http://www.kikiathanas.com/calm-your-gut
Episode 34: How To Heal Your Gut with Emma Ford
These days, it's impossible to talk about health without bringing up the gut. Your gut, also known as your digestive tract or GI tract, is home to 100 trillion microorganisms that are linked to myriad aspects of health, including immunity and cognitive function
How do we get to know our gut, and how do we heal it?
In this episode, Emma Ford, Functional Gut Nutritionist and I dive into all things gut related, we go over the gut-brain connection, the link between our gut health and our emotions, how your digestion impacts your mood, foods to eat to improve your gut as well as the important distinction between diet culture and therapeutic diets.
To join her community for all things gut health & self-healing visit her instagram page @gutrooted or visit her website www.gutrooted.com
Episode 33: Integrating Our Shadow With Kathryn Ducey
"The Shadow Self" is a term coined by Carl Jung to describe the repressed or denied parts of the self. It is the a light metaphor for what many others have referred to as the unconscious. In order for us to become our highest self, we must learn to embrace our darker self.
It seems counter intuitive and we might think to ourselves why would we wanna integrate our "dark" self in order to become our best self? but as we know, what we resists persists. These hidden, repressed parts of our psyche full of emotions, desires, and beliefs that we we're taught are wrong or bad can wreak havoc if we don't tend to them and integrate them.
In this episode, Kathryn Ducey, Master Coach and behavior Specialist shares her story and sheds light on what shadow work is, how we work with our shadow as well as the tools and practices that she's used over the course of her coaching career to help others discover their authentic self and find a sense of wholeness.
To learn more about Kathryn's coaching services visit her website:
Her "Be seen" program starts March 1st, information can be found on the site
Episode 32: The Struggles That High Performing Men Face & How to Overcome Them With Mark Guay
For the same reason that high performers excel at their jobs, they are also more susceptible to struggles with their mental health, and their overall sense of fulfillment in life. It;s been heavily engrained in our society for men to reach new milestones in their careers, to get all the accolades and rely on external validation which ultimately leads to one feeling a sense of emptiness and disconnection from self. In this episode, Mark Guay, Transformation coach and speaker comes on to talk about the struggles that high performing men face, he shares his coaching approach to help them connect to the authentic version of themselves in order to become more balanced and aligned in mind, body and spirit.
To find our more about Mark's Coaching Services, visit the website below
Episode 31: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome & Perfectionism with Iris Serbanescu
"When perfection is the aim, everything falls short, meaning that success is never internalized." —Abby R.
Imposter syndrome often shows up as a sense of self-doubt that can make a person feel like a fraud—despite evidence suggesting otherwise—but there are a few different pathways a person might take to get there. It works hand in hand with perfectionism with the same mindset that " being competent means I should never make mistakes or " nothing short of perfect is acceptable".
In this Episode, Iris Serbanescu, Entrepreneur and the founder of wmnsWORK shares her story and struggles with imposter syndrome and perfectionism. She talks about the debilitating effects it had on her life especially in terms of performance at work. She highlights signs that you're stuck in the cycle and ways to break it and escape the detrimental mindset that contributes to it as well as the important practices and tools that she used to overcome it.