Aimée Suen, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, multi-passionate creative and mixed race woman of color is here to help mono and multiracial women of color get clear on what health and wellness truly means to them and leave the dominant narratives behind to feel aligned, empowered, and seen, one small step at a time.
This podcast will share a health at every size, diet-free, social justice and culturally informed approach to health and wellness, as well as touch on the many different areas of health and wellness that goes beyond what we eat and how we move.
You’ll hear solo shows and conversations with other women of color wellness practitioners to share their expertise and show that we are out there, taking up space. Each show will have small steps so you can try things out and see how they work for you.
103 | How to Re-Enter in a Supportive and Aligned Way
After over a year of living a very different way, things around us are changing again, mostly for the better. And, as more folks get vaccinated and things open back up, returning to whatever our new lives are could feel scary or anxiety-inducing. This episode invites you to check in with how you want to re-enter the post-vaccine life in a way that’s supportive and aligned for you and what you want and need.
102 | Healing your Multiracial Inner Child with Farzana Nayani
Being a mixed race can bring with it a wide range of experiences, cultures and microaggressions, all that can start at a young age. As mixed race people grow up, looking back and processing and working through the experiences when we were children can be incredibly healing and formative to our identities. Farzana Nayani talks about why it’s important to look at this and how mixed race people can start to give some love and attention to our inner mixed kid.
101 | Finding and Going at your Own Pace
Moving towards living your own definition of health and wellness can be a lot easier to do when you’re going at your own pace. So often, our societies push us to move faster and faster to keep up with the never ending newness in this interconnected world, and that may not actually work for everyone. This episode talks about how you can find, go at, and honor the pace that works best for you.
100 | Disordered Eating Recovery as a Person of Color with Kimmie Singh
Working through disordered eating and eating disorders can be a lot to navigate and potentially adding navigating racial microaggressions can be even more overwhelming. There are many layers and nuances to working through your relationship with food as a person of color that may be missing from the majority of the conversation. In this episode, I talk with Kimmie Singh about those layers and nuances of this and how folks of color can find connection with their food and bodies.
99 | How Diet Culture Effs with Our Relationship with Food
Diet culture can cast a wide and sticky net in someone’s life and push them to live a word hyperfocused on getting thin at whatever cost. This episode dives deep into how “good” and “bad” foods and the food lists diet culture thrives on are harmful, especially for people of color who have rich food cultures.
98 | Moving Towards Sex Positivity with Jayda Shuavarnnasri
Sex positivity has become something that’s gotten a lot more attention in the past few years, but what does it mean, especially for folks of color? I invited sex positive Asian auntie Jayda Shuavarnnasri on the show to talk about this with me and unpack the things we all didn’t learn about sexuality, our bodies and how our sensuality is our birthright.
Note: Sexual violence and trauma is mentioned in this show, but not in detail.
Information and freeing
Aimée’s podcast is a breath of fresh air in the wellness, mindset, and nutrition/diet/food for thought space. Her ability to invite guests on with differing viewpoints, backgrounds, and areas of expertise has been an awesome source of education for me in SO many different arenas. I love listening along 💙
Amazing New Wellness Podcast
There are a lot of podcasts out there, and it's rare that I hear a new one I love so much. The topics covered are highly relevant, the guests are incredible, and Aimée herself gives you exactly the pep talk (and real talk) you need. Listen to it, share it, and savor the genuine support & love you get each week.
Love this podcast !