Susie Knudsen, a massage therapist for 27 years decided to take a next-level anatomy class to deepen her already phenomenal understanding of the body. Together, we discuss her wild experiences cutting open and exploring a cadaver and how it changed the way she sees life and the way she understands the body.
Christie Hwang Jordan started practicing Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 1999 with a passion to assist people through health crises that often happened with life transitions. Together we talk about how listening to your body and heart is the single most powerful method for healing and transformation.
Nicole Jardim is a Certified Women's Health Coach and the creator of Fix Your Period, a series of programs that empower women to reclaim their hormone health using a method that combines simplicity and sass. Together, we talk about the incredible dangers of the birth control pill, how to get off of it and what to do instead.
Juliana Bishop is a wildly creative Medical Herbalist specializing in Western, Ayurvedic and Chinese Herbalism with a knack for getting down to root causes of issues. Together, we talk about everything from tongue diagnosis to the nuts and bolts of how traditional Chinese medicine works.
Dr. Sarah Villafranco is the founder and CEO of Osmia Organics and a natural skin-care expert advocating for cultivating joy and health every day. Together we talk about her journey from being an ER doctor to growing her own sap + skin care company, fear, trust in business, beauty and the complexity of aging.
Kiya Hunter is an acupuncturist that thinks way outside the box! Even in the world of Traditional Chinese Medicine, she works with all of the wildest, most interesting ways to heal the body, even in the scope of techniques and methods that most acupuncturists don't tap into!
Venessa Rodriguez is a functional nutritionist, intuitive nourishment guide and host of the Feed Your Wild Podcast. Together we talk about how her mother's cancer inspired her to devoting food as medicine, clearing clutter, ancestral nutrition and digging for root issues.
Lisa is one of my best friends and like a sister to me. As the founder of Wei of Chocolate, she delights in giving people permission to eat chocolate every day without guilt. Together talk about why you can and should be eating dark chocolate every day, how to tap into the five elements around you and what defines cacao as a superfood vs. a dessert.
Dr. Peggy LaCombe earned her Veterinary Degree from Colorado State University. Together we talk about why she made the transition from traditional veterinary practice to Traditional Chinese Medicine, how to treat things such as anxiety in your pets, acupressure points, and why it is so important to maintain a positive mindset around your pets all of the time.
In this episode, you'll hear short lines of poetry written by the women who attended and hosted the Earth Aura retreat in Costa Rica as well as a Q&A session with guests and hots covering topics such as business, movement practices, flower essence courses and so much more!
This past summer, we had the most AMAZING intern - Shea Betten. Together we switched things up a little and traded off asking each other questions and revealed what our office was really like and why teens might be medicating now more than ever.
Sharon Fischer is a board certified psychiatric and adult Nurse Practitioner and Emma Williams is a researcher and writer whose work in women's health and reproductive health has taken her to various countries in Asia and Africa. Authors of Beyond the Egg Timer, we discuss the stigma around having babies later in life and fertility.
Lopa van der Mersch is a mother of a 3 year old, 8 month old, and a start up named Rasa, living in Colorado. Together we talk about the importance of adaptogen herbs, her business and other words of wisdom.
Sarah is a certified life coach with accreditation from the International Coaches Federation and a health coach with training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. We discuss listening to your body and how even a simple food intolerance can affect your fertility and what tests every woman should get at least once.
Pixie Lighthorse is the author of the Prayers of Honoring Series + has recently added a new section on honoring grief. She received her training in western shamanism between 2003-2012. Pixie and Katie discuss in a culture of 'go,go,go...', how do we make time for the grieving process?
Arielle Hayat is a clinical herbalist from Arbor Vitae School of Traditional Herbalism where is currently working on her clinical education. She apprentices at the oldest medicinal herb shop in Manhattan, Flower Power Herbs and Roots focusing on the Six Steps of Healing of the Wise Woman Tradition. She empowers and guides numerous people in her community to a healthier lifestyle that focuses on wellness from the inside out.
Jessica is a contemplator, idea maker, thinker and innovator who takes the qualities of observing nature, spending time in quietude, and a sense of deep inner looking to her practice of acupuncture and East Asian medicine. She gives some insight on how to recognize the signs that there may be something more going on than meets the eye.
Sayer Ji is an author, activist, speaker, and widely recognized thought leader in the natural health and wellness space. This year I had the great honor of meeting Sayer in person, and hung out with he and a group of like-minded folks in Florida. Sayer is super aware, in tune, brilliant and has his finger on virtually all of the most cutting edge health + wellness info.