Recovery is not sobriety.
Listen to Motivational Speaker & Coach, Lori Windfeldt, as she sprinkles humor into raw, candid and personal conversations, while bringing out the absolute best in her guests as they explore their vulnerable side and talk all things recovery.
Together we can end the stigma and shame typically tied to recovery, mental illness and the disease of addiction.
We are proof that recovery does happen!
What Goes Up, Must Come Down || An Interview With Roy Tuscany, Founder & CEO High Fives Foundation
Celebrating 4 years of sobriety (October 2020), Roy continues his “one day at a time” mindset to control his drinking urges. After making a drinking goal of consuming a handle of tequila all to himself (a task he completed and is luckily still alive) Roy made the life changing decision to quit drinking, cold turkey! This after a devastating spinal cord injury on a ski jump.
His reason for everything he does, Partner Alana and Son Gunner, motivate him to be a better person every day.
Witchy Woman || An Interview with an Out of The Broom Closet Witch: Vasalisa Wall
Have you ever wanted to talk to a real witch? Today is your lucky day! Lori talks with self-proclaimed “out of the broom closet witch” Vasalisa Wall. Lori asks the questions we all want to know… like…. What the fu*k is Halloween? And how to you ‘become’ a witch?
Happy Halloween. Happy Hollow’s Eve. Blessed Samhain.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month - Don't Tell Me To Fight Like A Girl || An Interview With Metastatic Cancer Survivor Jen Pokorski
Her message is clear.... You can be a stage 4 metastatic cancer patient AND LIVE. After all... she did!
At age 40 Jen found a lump on her breast and her life changed immediately after finding out she had cancer. Not only breast cancer, but metastatic cancer. She shares a detailed account of her treatment plan, side effects, the advantage of positive thinking and well... her distaste for being told to fight like a girl.
As per usual, lots of laughter and vulnerable convo.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month – We Do Recover || An Interview with Jeannine Canino Bieda, Her Cancer Forever Shit Show
With no family history, 32-year-old Jeannine found a lump in her breast. After getting a mammogram, she was 1) notified that she had dense breast tissue, and 2) the lump she found was diagnosed as a cyst. Fast Forward two years later with the guidance of her primary care physician Jeannine was faced with deciding to get the growing “cyst” biopsied. With a firm YES to get biopsied, she quickly heard another yes (again) when she was notified, on Christmas Eve, yes, she did indeed have breast cancer at age
CANDID CONVO: The Guy At The Gas Station || Is His Recovery My Responsibility?
Host Lori Windfeldt takes a new approach at connecting with her listeners. Recorded "live" in her car, Lori questions her responsibility as a coach and recovering alcoholic, to have stopped someone from her 12 step home group (which she hasn't attended in a long time) making a personal purchase. After listening, please bounce on facebook page and search for "guy at the gas station" and comment your thoughts.
I Just Flipped the Switch! When The Interviewer Becomes The Interviewee || Omar Pinto, Recovery & Life Coach, Motivational Speaker & Host of The SHAIR Podcast
Join host Lori Windfeldt as she interviews the interviewer, ladled with her usual trenchant commentary and charm.
Omar was 10 years into his sobriety when he took a chance and launched what is today considered one of the most successful recovery podcasts on iTunes. The SHAIR Podcast has over 2 million downloads and listeners from all over the world. A while back he was introduced to Life Coaching, Recovery Coaching and Personal Development and he hasn’t looked back since! Coaching was the turning point that allowed Omar to get out of his own way, becoming the person he was always meant to be.
This episode includes discussion on:
All things Omar SHAIR – The meaning behind the podcast and recovery community SHARING HELPS ADDICTS IN RECOVERY SHARING HELPS ALCOHOLICS IN RECOVERY SHARING HELPS ALL IN RECOVERY Most important word is sharing. That is what we do. Being open honest vulnerable and giving people opportunity to heal When is the right time to start a podcast? The 11th tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Living life, recovery and sobriety OUTLOUD Helping and healing through storytelling Sobriety vs being clean and/or sober Holistic recovery was important from the beginning of SHAIR Recovery Community (SRC) group inception. Not just 12-step (NA or AA) but all recovery paths. SRC members use their moral compass & their intuition to run meetings in this private group. They know what to say…. The right thing to say. What in the freaking world is neuro linguistic programming (NLP)? Programming and brainwashing – have our brains been hacked? Have you questioned whether or not you’d like to take a leap of faith in becoming a coach…. Listen to Omar’s story of service turned career. What is your value as a coach. Not just money and time… what is your value? Well, also money and time. Omar talks ‘pricing your worth’ when it comes to charging for service. Religious childhood trauma – raised in dogmatic/religious/cult like environments Eat shit sandwiches, accept your gift as a healer, eat more shit sandwiches and all will be right in your world. If you didn’t get enough of our guests Omar Pinto, you can find LOADS more information here:
Omar the Coach https://omarpinto.com/
The SHAIR Podcast https://theshairpodcast.com/
The SHAIR Recovery Community https://theshairpodcast.com/join-the-src/
Omar’s Blog: “10 Top Recovery Podcasts That Will Boost Your Sobriety”
still looks like there is one missing here…
AND lastly, shout out to Jean McCarthy @thebubblehour https://jeanmccarthy.ca/
Customer ReviewsSee All
This isn’t just for people “recovering”
I love how these conversations flow; easy and candid. You don’t necessarily have to be in recovery from alcohol/drugs to enjoy this podcast! We can all relate to “recovery” in general because we are all recovering from something!
5 stars from a podcast connoisseur
I consider myself a podcast connoisseur. I listen to podcasts every time I go for a run, which is often. Some get me through a few miles, others maybe 5 or 6. Well, listening to Lori could get me through an entire marathon. Her questions are thoughtful and her laugh is downright infectious. Well done! You can be sure I will be a long time listener!
Thank you so much for bringing us The Recovery Hour! Loving each episode and all the different perspectives and stories of your guests.