159 episodes

Sparking Wholeness is not your typical health show. Erin Kerry is not your typical health coach. As a survivor of bipolar disorder, she has learned firsthand what it is like to deal with and manage a chronic illness.

This show brings together health experts from various fields in order to discuss popular wellness topics and offer hope and support for mental health issues. Whether it's addressing trauma, healing the gut microbiome, biohacking genes, addressing body image concerns, or exploring the struggles of motherhood and parenting, every episode is designed to spark wholeness.

Sparking Wholeness Erin Kerry

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 53 Ratings

Sparking Wholeness is not your typical health show. Erin Kerry is not your typical health coach. As a survivor of bipolar disorder, she has learned firsthand what it is like to deal with and manage a chronic illness.

This show brings together health experts from various fields in order to discuss popular wellness topics and offer hope and support for mental health issues. Whether it's addressing trauma, healing the gut microbiome, biohacking genes, addressing body image concerns, or exploring the struggles of motherhood and parenting, every episode is designed to spark wholeness.

    Episode 157: How to Heal Your Brain from Emotional Pain with Rachelle McCloud

    Episode 157: How to Heal Your Brain from Emotional Pain with Rachelle McCloud

    Rachelle McCloud, LCSW is a Mental Health Therapist and Emotional Wellness coach. Through years of successfully helping clients move their anxiety, depression, and trauma disorders into remission, she has developed a program that empowers people to skillfully get rid of symptoms and heal.

    She is also the facilitator of the Facebook group Releasing the Baggage of Anxiety, Depression, and Traumatic Stress, where she delivers free training on leading interventions that work well for getting rid of symptoms, not just coping or managing them. Her mission is to empower people to do their own healing work effectively, safely, and skillfully.

    Key Topics:

    - Why we need to optimize brain function
    - How the brain responds to our experiences
    - Viewing symptoms as opportunities for healing
    - What happens when we suppress or avoid symptoms
    - How to heal emotional pain without re-traumatizing ourselves
    - Rachelle’s approach to thought-filled therapy
    - EMDR and its affect on trauma
    - Energy medicine and how it’s not as “woo woo” as you’d think
    - Practical tapping tips for kids and families

    Learn more about Rachelle's work at rachellemccloud.com

    • 42 min
    Episode 156: The Nano Antioxidant that Levels Up Health: Personal Product Review with Christopher Burres

    Episode 156: The Nano Antioxidant that Levels Up Health: Personal Product Review with Christopher Burres

    Christopher Burres is the owner of SES Research, the first company to deliver carbon nano materials, and MyVitalC, the
    world's first nano antioxidant.

    When Chris realized a Nobel Prize-Winning chemical tested by NASA had been proven to almost double the lifespan of mammals, he decided to make ESS60 into a household item. He's now on a mission to help people live longer, healthier and pain-free lives one dose at a time.

    This episode is a personal product review and follow up to Episode 147, where Chris first shared his revolutionary product.

    Key Topics:
    - Brief background on the Nobel-prize winning molecule
    - Why antioxidants are so necessary for our health
    - Why this particular product improves sleep
    - How this product improves skin tone and breakouts
    - How it supports a healthy menstrual cycle and menopausal symptoms
    - How peptides support longevity

    Try My VitalC out for yourself with our exclusive listener discount at myvitalc.com/sparkingwholeness

    • 44 min
    Episode 155: Creating Mind-Body Balance Through Ayurvedic Medicine with Dr. Ram Tamang

    Episode 155: Creating Mind-Body Balance Through Ayurvedic Medicine with Dr. Ram Tamang

    Dr. Ram Tamang is an Ayurvedic Physician, Master Herbalist, Educator and High Performance Coach, based in Southern California. Dr. Ram was trained as a doctor at the esteemed Ayurvedic University, MGR Medical University in Coimbatore, India, gained his Master Herbalist Certificate from GCNM in the USA and is one of 700 in the world to receive his certification as a High Performance Coach (CHPC). 
     
    As a child of nature, Dr. Ram grew up in the foothills of the Himalayas in Kathmandu, Nepal, learning about herbs and nature-based medicines from his grandmother.
     
    Dr. Ram works side-by-side Allopathic Doctors, providing his unique perspective of how Ayurvedic Medicine can be used along with Westernized and Modern Medicine for a truly holistic and holistic approach to healing. 
     
    Key Topics:
    - What is Ayurvedic medicine?
    - The mind-body connection and need to create holistic balance
    - Importance of sunshine and getting morning sun as a daily rhythm
    - How our body systems are connected and how the body stores emotions
    - Ways to support healing
    - How to balance masculine and feminine energy
    - How Ayurveda helps align the body’s balance and support health
    - Creating health goals individualized to your needs
    Learn more about Dr. Ram’s work at thehealingardens.com

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    • 55 min
    Episode 154: How to Decrease Stress Through Nervous System Regulation with Carly Stagg

    Episode 154: How to Decrease Stress Through Nervous System Regulation with Carly Stagg

    Carly is a former nutritional therapist turned family nurse practitioner specializing in functional medicine. Her professional practice focuses on autoimmunity, hormone balance, and thyroid care, as well as complex chronic conditions such as mold, Lyme, PANS and PANDAS with a nurturing, gentle approach.

    She is passionate about the innate self-healing capacity of the body and especially practicing medicine in a way that supports the body in regaining balance rather than competing with its natural state. She currently sees patients via telehealth at Ritual Functional Medicine. She has partnered with Chelsea Blackbird in creating the upcoming School of Christian Health and Nutrition, a 9-month training program focused on empowering and equipping those who feel called to work in the field of health and nutrition.

    Key Topics:
    - What is the nervous system and what does it have to do with stress?
    - Why stress is impacting us more than ever before
    - How polyvagal theory shows how our bodies respond to stressors
    - What fight, flight, or freeze looks like
    - How to know what nervous system state you’re in
    - Why befriending your body is so important
    - How to support whole body healing
    - New therapies that support healing the nervous system

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    • 58 min
    Episode 153: How Adverse Childhood Events Impact Your Health with Dr. Patrick Wanis

    Episode 153: How Adverse Childhood Events Impact Your Health with Dr. Patrick Wanis

    Patrick Wanis, PhD, helps people rapidly change their behavior. As a Human Behavior & Relationship Expert, Wanis has developed SRTT therapy (Subconscious Rapid Transformation Technique) and is now teaching it to other practitioners. Wanis has also developed multiple online psychological and behavioral assessments on Emotional Intelligence, Empathy, Mindfulness, Relationship Breakups, Self-Defeating Behavior, Individual Core Values, and Authenticity. His clientele ranges from celebrities and CEOs to housewives and teenagers.

    CNN, BBC, FOX News, MSNBC & major news outlets worldwide consult Wanis for expert insights and analysis on relationships, sexuality, human motivation, trauma, communication, body language, and persuasion. Over five million people have read Wanis' books in English and Spanish. https://www.patrickwanis.com/ 

    Key Topics:
    - The definition of trauma as a real or perceived threat
    - Attachment styles and unmet emotional needs in childhood
    - Stress shrinks the prefrontal cortex of the brain, and other brain impacts of chronic stress
    - Adverse childhood events and the impact
    - How ACEs create physical issues in the body long term
    - The trauma and autoimmune connection
    - How SRTT helps people find healing

    For more on how trauma impacts the body, click here:

    https://www.patrickwanis.com/traumas-lifelong-impact-on-health-and-how-to-heal-trauma/

    To book a session with Dr. Wanis click here:

    https://www.patrickwanis.com/phone-consultations-book-session/

    • 51 min
    Episode 152: How to Heal Depression, Anxiety, and Bipolar Disorder with Dr. Christina Bjorndal

    Episode 152: How to Heal Depression, Anxiety, and Bipolar Disorder with Dr. Christina Bjorndal

    Dr. Christina Bjorndal, ND is an authority in the treatment of mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders and eating disorders.  Having overcome many mental health challenges, Dr. Chris is recognized as one of the top NDs to follow by two independent organizations. Dr. Chris has helped many patients achieve physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. She has written four books on mental health as well as created two courses – a 10-week course for individuals and a Clinician's Integrative Mental Health 10 week course.

    Key Topics:
    - Dr. Chris’ personal journal with mental illness
    - Background on the gut/brain connection
    - Four aspects of health and how they connect
    - Getting to the root of anxiety and how to control our thoughts
    - Psychoneuroimmunology and how all systems are connected
    - How to get out of a depression
    - The role of the nervous system in mental health symptoms
    - How to support kids’ mental health
    - How to look beyond the label or diagnosis

    Learn more about Dr. Chris and her work at drchristinabjorndal.com.

    • 49 min

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