An Ancient Chinese Proverb wisely states that "When Sleeping Women Wake, Mountains Move"
Welcome to the podcast that opens eyes and moves mountains that stand in the way of creating wellness by asking the question:
"HOW ARE YOU WELL?"
Interviews, discussions and resources around both ancient and modern practices, research and more to help YOU build your own powerful network and practices for wellness.
Wondering how I became such a great resource? I've been where you are: sick, worried and not getting positive results from western drugs for myself or my children. Eventually I was introduced to the world of whole foods and medicinal herbs and things finally began to change. I wanted to know HOW and WHY and so I began a formal study of herbal medicine and traditional ancestral diets that has taken me on over a decade of intense learning and training, meeting some amazing people along the way.
Now I help women heal so they can lift others 🌱 Using Herbs, Nutrition 🌿& Science 🧬 and introducing you to other amazing people doing the work in this project of creating wellness.
LET'S DO THIS!
The "Stop Being a Jerk Herb"- St John's Wort
You Are What You DIGEST
Mom's, Teens & Mental Health with Cheryl Cardall
A Story of Early Peri-menopause
Becoming Strong & Capable, an Interview with Brigette Heller
Mental Health & the Gut Brain Connection
This work is so important
Shelley, we are so proud of you for getting this podcast out into the world! It is so needed!!! Thank you for sharing your journey and your light.
—Rachel and Monica, Podcast U
Uplifting and positive
I love Shelley and love her guest speakers she has brought on. I love her knowledge of natural and herbal remedies and how they can help strengthen the physical and emotional well-being of our soul. I have lived in Asia and have seen first hand how Eastern medicine can work hand in hand in helping your body heal from many things. I love her stories of her journey and struggles in finding how to help her children and others live their best life. I also loved her analogy of the Snow Plow, The Fog, and the Redwood Trees. Shelley has the best soothing voice. It’s very comforting and easy to listen too. Can’t wait to hear more.
An approach to well-bring that actually works
I love how Shelley uses her vast knowledge and experience to help us understand all of the aspects of well-being and health. As a mental health professional, I really admire and appreciate this approach. In my experience, healthcare professionals tend to focus on the pieces they understand best but Shelley knows that to be a whole person we must look at all aspects of life and being.