32 episodes

Welcome to the So Live podcast. So Live is an educational non-profit with a mission to make effective, nontoxic cancer treatments more accessible to the public, while promoting general health, wellness and happiness. This podcast is an extension of that mission.

So Live takes a holistic approach in that mind, consumption and movement are your strongest allies in creating the mental and physical wellness you desire. Join us on this journey of sharing the best tips, insights and expert advice we’ve come across.

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    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 12 Ratings

Welcome to the So Live podcast. So Live is an educational non-profit with a mission to make effective, nontoxic cancer treatments more accessible to the public, while promoting general health, wellness and happiness. This podcast is an extension of that mission.

So Live takes a holistic approach in that mind, consumption and movement are your strongest allies in creating the mental and physical wellness you desire. Join us on this journey of sharing the best tips, insights and expert advice we’ve come across.

    LIFE 120: Restore Your Gut Health w/ Tosh James

    LIFE 120: Restore Your Gut Health w/ Tosh James

    Tosh James is back on the podcast sharing his new program called Life 120, which is all about resetting and restoring our gut health. This program was created through a combination of utilizing juice and food regimens he’s been using with clients suffering from debilitating health issues as well as a personal prompting from the Holy Spirit that intuitively guided him through the various phases of what is now known as Life 120. This program is meant to help anyone, whether you’re currently suffering debilitating health issues or feel fairly healthy, to optimize how your body processes food. It does so by stripping out all chemical laden foods from your diet and only allowing real, organic food. But not to worry, there are built in cheat days where you can have your go to favorites! The goal is to create an eating lifestyle that primarily incorporates real, organic food so your body returns to processing food in the way it was designed to do so. Once your diet (lifestyle) is primarily oriented on consuming real, organic food, your body will no longer hang onto whatever type of food you decide to consume during your cheat days (which is what it’s likely doing now). Tosh shares the exact regimen in our interview as well as the personal results he experienced.

    As mentioned in the interview, we wanted to share where you can find and purchase organic food. If you're local to San Antonio, check out The Farm Connection, a private buying club (similar to a co-op) that offers local, organic food products. If you're not local to San Antonio, we suggest looking for a co-op or private buying club in your area to source your organic food.

    For more information on Life 120, visit www.toshjames.com to download LIFE 120 PDF, or you can contact Tosh’s office at (512) 410-9330 or email him at ask@toshjames.com.

    Tosh James is the founder of an elite wellness consulting firm called Le Connoisseurs where he’s an advisor to Biologix, a safe and effective, nontoxic regimen that has been successfully helping people with a wide range of ailments including cancer. You can learn more about this in our original interview with Tosh from Season 2, Episode 7 titled: Body Engineering Therapies w/ Tosh James. You can also hear testimonials from clients (Regan, Barb & Rosario) who have taken his regimen in Season 3 of our podcast.

    Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.

    SoLive Podcast host, Shanna Schulze, is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of SoLive. You can follow Shanna on Facebook and Instagram (@mrsshannaschulze).

    SoLive host, Tracey Keller, is is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It.

    • 33 min
    Shifting Funky Manifestations to Dreamy Ones

    Shifting Funky Manifestations to Dreamy Ones

    Join original SoLive cohosts, Shanna Schulze, Tracey Keller and Shanna Covey, as they reunite to discuss Shanna Covey’s recent trip to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Shanna Covey shares stories on funky manifestations around food as well as manifesting a delightful boat ride at sunset and what this means regarding the speed with which things can materialize. She also shares her perspective on seeing the collective fear that’s occurring as a purging and cleansing to make more space for love. She also speaks to our individual role in that transition. Overall this is an episode on the power of the mind as it relates to where we’re focusing our energy and attention and what we can do to make conscious shifts in how we’re using our own power to anchor where we desire to come from in how we express ourselves as well as what we desire to bring about in our experience.

    Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.

    SoLive host, Shanna Covey, is a mindset coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people shift beliefs based in fear, lack and doubt to those based in self-love, abundance and faith. Through this work, she helps clients strengthen their mental-emotional wellbeing as well as their manifestation practice. She’s the author of A Call to the Heart: Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit and host of the podcast, Always Shine Brightly. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram (@ShannaCovey). She is also a Board Member with SoLive.

    SoLive host, Shanna Schulze, is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of SoLive, Inc.

    SoLive host, Tracey Keller, is is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It.

    • 40 min
    Nutrition & Healthy Meal Delivery w/ Sarah Treat

    Nutrition & Healthy Meal Delivery w/ Sarah Treat

    Sarah Treat is certified clinical nutritionist with a masters in nutrition based in San Antonio, TX. She’s the owner of Sarah Treat Nutrition and Local Health Market. Through Sarah Treat Nutrition she works with clients one-on-one (and now through digital course offerings). She uses health and life coaching to help her clients reach their goals. From a health perspective, she uses functional nutrition to create comprehensive and effective lifestyle programs, whereas her life coaching component helps people through the emotional side of the journey. This powerful combo helps her clients create lasting results. Her goal is to “help people feel better so they can fuel their passions”.

    Sarah and her husband opened Local Health Market in 2016 with the intention of creating a family owned health food store with a reputation in the community as THE place to go for health and wellness needs. In order to make choosing and living a healthy lifestyle easier for others to adopt and implement, they created Nourish, a healthy meal delivery system in 2017.

    In this episode, Sarah shares how a health scare in her early 20s led her to taking control of her health by becoming a self-taught cook, pursuing a masters in nutrition and becoming a clinically certified nutritionist. She also shares how her and her husband began their entrepreneurial journey that has since led to creating Sarah Treat Nutrition and Local Health Market.

    Check out her website for more information on her approach, offerings as well as a free webinar. Website: www.sarahtreatnutrition.com

    You can follow Local Health Market on Facebook and Instagram, as well. Website: www.localhealthmarket.com

    Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.

    SoLive host, Rian Overcash, is an independent wellness consultant who specializes in nutragenomics and functional medicine coaching. You can follow her on Instagram at @habitmethodhealth.

    SoLive host, Tracey Keller, is is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It.

    • 36 min
    Women & Girls Mental Health w/ Michelli Ramon

    Women & Girls Mental Health w/ Michelli Ramon

    Michelli Ramon is psychotherapist and social worker who works in the arena of women and girls mental health. Her passion for this field stems from her personal journey with trying to understand her own depression, which was something that took many years to diagnose, since, from the outside looking in, it always looked as if her life was “together”. In recognizing it often takes, on average, 10 years for women to receive a proper diagnosis (since women tend to unintentionally “hide it well” by going on with life and continuing to take care of their responsibilities), she’s working to change this by utilizing information that will help get to the root of what is going on in a much shorter timeframe. One of the ways she does this is by asking her clients to get a metabolic panel done before her first session with them. This gives deep insight into the body’s chemistry so things like gut function (which affects mental health) can be understood from the outset. She’s also deeply interested in understanding her client’s sleep patterns since this directly impacts mental health, as well.

    She’s also adamant about turning the idea of self-care on it’s head so it’s no longer an item for women to check off their list of things to do (or to feel guilty about if it doesn’t get done) by helping her clients understand that self-care is really about understanding and designing their life around their values.

    With the stress of achievement that so many young people face today, Michelli is also working with girls (and their parents) to help shape what is most important to them by aiding them in identifying their values and using these values to design and shape their commitments around.

    When working with clients, Michelli is about love, self-compassion, radical acceptance, embracing failure, trusting your innate wisdom and starting over. She fundamentally believes in every person's ability to recover from trauma, addiction and life, in general. She believes that everything you put in your body impacts your mood and, therefore, your relationship to the world around you. She offers thorough and thoughtful therapies that treat the whole person. See her website (www.michelliramon.com) for more information on her services.

    Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.

    SoLive host, Rian Overcash, is an independent wellness consultant who specializes in nutragenomics and functional medicine coaching. You can follow her on Instagram at @habitmethodhealth.

    SoLive host, Tracey Keller, is is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It.

    • 40 min
    Living A Soul Aligned Life w/ Shanna Covey

    Living A Soul Aligned Life w/ Shanna Covey

    This week we’re interviewing one of our very own—SoLive Board Member & regular SoLive Podcast co-host, Shanna Covey!

    Shanna is a mindset coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people shift beliefs based in fear, lack and doubt to those based in self-love, abundance and faith. Through this work, she helps clients strengthen their mental-emotional wellbeing as well as their manifestation practice. She’s the author of A Call to the Heart: Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit and host of the podcast, Always Shine Brightly.

    In this interview, Shanna shares the story behind discovering her purpose and offers tips for helping others question any conditioning and beliefs that keep them from pursuing their own purpose or passion. Don’t miss this soul-inspired conversation!

    If you’d like to work with Shanna one-on-one or host a manifestation training, contact her at shannacovey@gmail.com or at (210) 605-3562. You can purchase her book, A Call to the Heart, here. You can also follow her on Facebook and Instagram (@ShannaCovey).

    SoLive Podcast host, Shanna Schulze, is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of SoLive. You can follow Shanna on Facebook and Instagram (@mrsshannaschulze).

    SoLive Podcast host, Tracey Keller, is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It.

    Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.

    • 48 min
    Conscious Healing + Self Discovery w/ Triplet Theory

    Conscious Healing + Self Discovery w/ Triplet Theory

    Triplet theory is an online community created by triplet sisters, Jordan, Chandra and Trae, with a mission to illuminate the path of self-discovery, inner healing and personal freedom for those seeking to experience their highest potential and purpose in life. They want to help people become the best version of themselves. They especially want people to know that past traumas or emotional suffering need not impede on someone’s current happiness.

    Overcome adversity is something Jordan, Chandra and Trae have plenty of direct experience with. At 17 months old, they were severely burned in an intentional house fire that claimed their mother’s life and put them on a long road of recovery, both physically and mentally. By the time they were 16 years old, their dad took his own life after battling his own demons through a drug addiction. Despite these traumas, the triplets continue to move through life open to joy, goodness and love.

    This was amplified in 2017, when they were all visiting Nashville, TN together and experienced what they refer to as their spiritual awakening. Simultaneously, they all felt a spontaneous rush of divine energy, flooding them with unconditional love. This blissful state last two weeks before it began to fade. But it was the fading of this state that prompted them to ask themselves:

    Why did that feeling fade?

    And who am I?

    In seeing the possibility of how life is supposed to be lived, they began pursuing a journey of radical transformation to lead them back to that state of unconditional love.

    Today, they’re creating a supportive online community (inspired by the support they’ve always felt from each other) to create space for healing in others. They’re also trying to shorten that path for others by streamlining what worked in their own journey and leaving out all that did not.

    You can check out their website and follow them on Instagram (@triplettheory) and Tik Tok (@triplettheory).

    Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.

    SoLive host, Rian Overcash, is an independent wellness consultant who specializes in nutragenomics and functional medicine coaching. You can follow her on Instagram at @habitmethodhealth.

    SoLive host, Shanna Schulze, is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of SoLive, Inc.

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

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12 Ratings

12 Ratings

Haass85 ,

Mindful Living

Both informative and inspiring, So Live does an excellent job of providing “outside of the box” holistic care and wellness practices through a variety of well qualified professionals. Worth your time and health to tune in and listen!

cowgirlcharm ,

Great podcast!

What a great way to learn about health and wellness. The hosts are knowledgeable, witty and entertaining and they interview such interesting guests! Looking forward to listening to more!

mrcaskey ,

Always great information on mindfulness

Love listening to this podcast. It keeps me inspired to live mindfully.

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