The BARE Podcast
Tired of feeling stressed, exhausted, and disappointed with your body? Feel like all the "body drama" is holding you back from having the life you really want? You're not alone—and it's time for an exciting new chapter to begin.
Join host Susan Hyatt for an empowering, feminist take on mental and physical health, body image, confidence, and tricky, emotionally-charged topics, like binge-eating, weight gain, and weight loss.
Learn how to take excellent care of your body (even if you're really busy), how to fall in love with exercise (yes, really), how to de-stress, sleep better, build energy, and feel stronger every day. Each episode will leave you feeling powered up, proud to be a woman, and ready to take on the world.
You only get one body. Give it love.
You only get one life. Make it count.
Learn more about Susan’s BARE Daily membership community, BARE coaching certification, private coaching options, retreats and programs at www.SHyatt.com.
SEASON TWO - EPISODE NINE
In this episode I'm interviewing the illuminating Mel Wells. We're talking about Her personal history with food and body image as a young actress in such a competitive industry. Her "Type A" personality driving her to be the "best at losing weight." Starving and binging and using exercise as a punishment until the moment she realized she had to change her relationship with food and with herself.
I'm also answering the question, "...It amazes me how you’re always up at 5am, and how you go running or hit the gym almost every single day. I want to be that kind of woman! But I feel like no matter what I do, I always find some excuse to avoid exercising. I’ve tried literally everything...WTF is wrong with me?”
SEASON TWO - EPISODE EIGHT
In this episode I'm interviewing the brilliant Sonya Renee Taylor. We're talking about body terrorism and "the systematic use of fear to control the way bodies look." The messaging of, "you are not good enough as you are." Radical self love work and... her favorite tools for radical self love (be in community & give yourself some grace).
I'm also answering the question, “Hi Susan. I have a big family event coming up. Lots of people are going to be there, people I haven’t seen in a long time. I’ve gained a lot of weight in recent years and I definitely look different than I did the last time they saw me. I’m having a lot of anxiety about this event. I don’t want to deal with people looking at me, judging me, or asking questions… I feel like I have nothing to wear… I feel totally stressed about the whole thing. I wish I didn’t even have to go. I wish I could just stay home. How can I change my attitude about this? Because my attitude is really s****y right now.”
SEASON TWO - EPISODE SEVEN
In this episode I'm interviewing the INSPIRING Mirna Valerio (aka The Mirnavator). We're talking about how when you "have a job to do" you do it, no matter what others might think. We're talking about her history as a runner, the assumptions other's make, and how to assert yourself no matter what is going on on the outside!
I'm also answering the question, "Do you ever have days where you look at your body and just feel… not so great? Do you ever see yourself in a photo and think, YIKES! Do you ever have days where you find yourself slipping back into old habits, mindless snacking on junk food, or whatever?”
SEASON TWO - EPISODE SIX
In this episode, I'm interviewing the amazing Sara Dean. We're talking about going from a business model in the fitness industry that was all about making women shrink to one that is about helping them grow and expand. She's sharing tips about how to curate what you allow yourself to be exposed to on social media and the connection between confidence and beauty that has nothing to do with size.
I'm also answering the question, "What are some quick things I can do when I’m just feeling blah and unmotivated?"
SEASON TWO - EPISODE FIVE
In this episode I'm interviewing the lovely Jamie Silverstein. We're talking about the "new normal" of motherhood, the tension that can exist between ourselves and our kids and the impact motherhood has on our view of body & food. We are talking about her recovery and advocacy work with eating disorders and also the importance of teaching ourselves to be present when maybe present isn't the place we want to be.
I'm also answering the question, "How do you get to a place where you can LOVE your body?"
SEASON TWO - EPISODE FOUR
In this episode, I’m interviewing the lovely Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin. We’re talking about being a woman in the public eye, the importance of self talk and how we talk to and about other women. When we women are competing with one another and critiquing one another, we’re not working together to lift one another up, and that in and of itself just maintains the status quo.
I’m also answering the question, “Is religion ‘good’ for our bodies and our self-esteem?”
Didn’t know you had this brand too. Love love love. I am in the challenge group. Can’t wait to listen to all of them and pArticipate. Thank you!!
Regain Your Mental Space
I am so excited to discover this podcast by the masterful Susan Hyatt as I will be sharing it with my clients and friends in an effort to spread the message that DIETS ARE DEAD! Let’s finish up this decade differently! Let’s stop giving the diet industry our time and money and start using our feminine awesomeness in a new and empowering way 👏🏼💪🏼👏🏼 Its TIME!
Time for a change
I’ve been around the block and since I’ve been listening to Susan and experienced the energy she exudes, I have a totally new understanding of who I am and what I’m here for! Through Susan’s programs, which are many, and other women she has introduced, she helps you create the very “self” you’ve longed for your entire life! These podcasts are just as exceptional as any other offering she puts out there. Listen and change yourself!