Ep. 54 The Power Of Story with Omkari Williams

Ep. 54 The Power Of Story with Omkari Williams

There is power in sharing our stories. In being heard and in witnessing each other in our pain. In this episode, I had the honor of interviewing a dear friend, Omkari Williams, and together we explore the current political climate in the United States and talk about how as women we can rise up and activate our voices.

Ep. 53 Transitions, Money and Taking Chances with Lindsey Rae

Ep. 53 Transitions, Money and Taking Chances with Lindsey Rae

I am joined by recurring guest and dear friend, Lindsey Rae, for a conversation on transitions. I know I have been talking a lot about transitions on the podcast but I wanted to bring Lindsey on to share her perspective as she is navigating her own transition. In this episode we also explore money and how to think about money and what you can expect as you take that big leap.

Ep. 52 Examining the Intersection of Food and Money with Sarah Thompson

Ep. 52 Examining the Intersection of Food and Money with Sarah Thompson

Is the body positive movement doing more harm than good? Who is left out of the conversation of intuitive eating? And what role does money play in all this? These are just some questions I explore with eating disorder recovery coach Sarah Thompson. Together we dive into popular topics of junk vs healthy foods and intuitive eating vs dieting with a conscious intersection of classism and money. Enjoy!

Ep. 51 Addiction and A New Model For Recovery with Holly Whitaker

Ep. 51 Addiction and A New Model For Recovery with Holly Whitaker

Addiction recovery is often seen through the lens of Alcoholics Anonymous, an organization established in the early 1900’s. Now, almost 100 years later, it is long due for us to reexamine addiction as women and how we can reclaim our lives. In this episode, Holly Whitaker shares her insights and thoughts on a different way that we can look at addiction and recovery with the needs of women in mind.

Ep. 50 Activating Our Collective Wellness with Kerri Kelly

Ep. 50 Activating Our Collective Wellness with Kerri Kelly

Finding the intersection of healing and justice, particularly in the wellness and yoga world, is one of the central themes of this podcast. It was a delight and an honor to interview Kerri Kelly, founder of CTZNWell, and hear her thoughts on how we can do better in the capitalistic, culturally appropriative, high vibes obsessed yoga industry while not falling into the trappings of self-neglect and perfectionism. Enjoy!

Ep. 49 How do you know when it's time to walk away? with Thais Sky

Ep. 49 How do you know when it's time to walk away? with Thais Sky

In this bonus mini episode, Thais shares her thoughts on transitions, taking risks, and what to expect as you navigate the unexpected terrain of walking away from what you know. If you are navigating a leap of any kind, such as leaving a relationship or moving to a new city, this episode offers nourishment and support.

 

Ep. 48 Conflict and Intimacy in Relationship with Lauren Nicole Peters

Ep. 48 Conflict and Intimacy in Relationship with Lauren Nicole Peters

While there seems to be no short of conversations around love languages, you will be hard pressed to find the same level of enthusiasm for “conflict languages,” or the ways we navigate conflict in relationships. Why is that? In this episode, relationship coach Lauren Nicole Peters and I explore conflict in both intimate partnerships and friendships and how we can deepen intimacy in our lives.

Ep. 47 You're Waking Up To Your White Privilege, Now What? Part 4 with Lindsey Rae

Ep. 47 You're Waking Up To Your White Privilege, Now What? Part 4 with Lindsey Rae

This is the third episode in an ongoing series called You’re Waking Up To Your White Privilege, Now What? with Lindsey Rae. In this series, Lindsey and I share our stories and experiences of waking up to our whiteness as two white women in the self-development/spiritual entrepreneurial industry. In this particular episode, we explore two racial identity frameworks that may help guide your awakening as well as what we found to be true at every phase.

Ep. 46 Celebrating Every Body with Sarah Sapora

Ep. 46 Celebrating Every Body with Sarah Sapora

It seems that the more marginalized identities we carry, the more we are pushed to the margins. It's no surprise that for so many of us, invisibility offers safety and belonging. But at what cost? In this interview, I have the pleasure of interviewing Sarah Sapora, a self-love mentor and founder of the Body + Love Workshop, a size-inclusive personal growth and holistic wellness workshop. In this nourishing conversation, she shares her thoughts on fat phobia, aging, and how to take up space and be more visible in our marginalized identities. 

Ep. 45 Reclaiming Worth: Taking Up Space

Ep. 45 Reclaiming Worth: Taking Up Space

This episode is part five of the Reclaiming Worth series, a five part series here on RECLAIM the podcast where I explore the worthiness wound and the ways we hold ourselves back. In this series, you will be invited into a deeper inquiry around ways you can come home within yourself and take up greater space as a worthy woman. In this final episode of the series, we talk about the worthiness wound and taking up space, including the ways we shrink ourselves and how to navigate the fears of visibility.

 

Ep. 44 Reclaiming Worth: Softening Into Your Edges

Ep. 44 Reclaiming Worth: Softening Into Your Edges

This episode is part four of the Reclaiming Worth series, a five part series here on RECLAIM the podcast where I explore the worthiness wound and the ways we hold ourselves back. In this series, you will be invited into a deeper inquiry around ways you can come home within yourself and take up greater space as a worthy woman. In this fourth episode of the series, we explore what it means to soften into our edges and find a new way to tend to our needs that sustains our healing.

Ep. 43 Reclaiming Worth: Getting in the Feelings

Ep. 43 Reclaiming Worth: Getting in the Feelings

This episode is part three of the Reclaiming Worth series, a five part series here on RECLAIM the podcast where I explore the worthiness wound and the ways we hold ourselves back. In this series, you will be invited into a deeper inquiry around ways you can come home within yourself and take up greater space as a worthy woman. In this third episode of the series, we dive into the topic of emotions - what are emotions? Why are they so goddamn overwhelming? And how can we begin to use emotions as a way to deepen into our lives?

Ep. 42 Reclaiming Worth: Tending to the Wound

Ep. 42 Reclaiming Worth: Tending to the Wound

This episode is part two of the Reclaiming Worth series, a five part series here on RECLAIM the podcast where I explore the worthiness wound and the ways we hold ourselves back. In this series, you will be invited into a deeper inquiry around ways you can come home within yourself and take up greater space as a worthy woman. In this second episode of the series, I explore the concept of "shadow work" as well as what the worthiness wound. I also share a tool for you to use as you begin expanding your capacity to be with the deeper parts of yourself.

Ep. 41 Reclaiming Worth: The Heart of the Matter

Ep. 41 Reclaiming Worth: The Heart of the Matter

Welcome to the Reclaiming Worth series, a five part series here on RECLAIM the podcast where I explore the worthiness wound and the ways we hold ourselves back. In this series, you will be invited into a deeper inquiry around ways you can come home within yourself and take up greater space as a worthy woman. In this first episode of the series, let’s dive into the myth of the ideal woman and how to begin to tend to the stories that keep us stuck.

Ep. 40 Being A Good Ancestor with Leesa Renee Hall

Ep. 40 Being A Good Ancestor with Leesa Renee Hall

Ancestry tests are the big fad nowadays. It seems we all want to know what it means to belong. But what does it mean to be a good ancestor? Leesa Renee Hall, a writer, social historian, and creative word artist, shares her thoughts as we navigate the topics of unconscious biases, whiteness, spiritual leadership and weaponized ancestry.

Ep. 39 Integrity In The Coaching Industry with Alionka Polanco

Ep. 39 Integrity In The Coaching Industry with Alionka Polanco

If you are a coach, healer, teacher, or consultant in the self-development industry, this episode is for you. I am joined by Alionka Palonco and we share our thoughts about the coaching industry, particularly the limitations of the industry, what its missing, how to navigate money and worthiness and what values we hope to see moving forward.

Ep. 38 You're Waking Up To Your White Privilege, Now What? Part 3 with Lindsey Rae

Ep. 38 You're Waking Up To Your White Privilege, Now What? Part 3 with Lindsey Rae

This is the third episode in an ongoing series called You’re Waking Up To Your White Privilege, Now What? with Lindsey Rae. In this series, Lindsey and I share our stories and experiences of waking up to our whiteness as two white women in the self-development/spiritual entrepreneurial industry. In this particular episode, we explore two racial identity frameworks that may help guide your awakening as well as what we found to be true at every phase.

Ep. 37 Mother Centered Motherhood with Graeme Seabrook

Ep. 37 Mother Centered Motherhood with Graeme Seabrook

Motherhood is hard. Finding a sense of worthiness and enoughness within motherhood is even harder. Graeme Seabrook, a motherhood life coach, offers nourishing words for how to navigate the challenges that arise within motherhood including being unsupported by our partners, not being crazy in love with your child every second of every day, and losing our temper. We also explore the intersection of feminism and motherhood and how mothers can reclaim their space.

Ep. 36 Redefining Our Understanding Of Sex with Marcia Baczynski

Ep. 36 Redefining Our Understanding Of Sex with Marcia Baczynski

Welcome to a new season of RECLAIM! In this week's episode I have the pleasure of introducing you to Marcia Baczynski. Marcia is expert on sexual communication, relationships and women’s empowerment and together we explore sex and female anatomy, consent, boundaries and the limitations of permission based consent, and navigating neediness. Enjoy!

Ep. 35 Bitching Over Breakfast with Lindsey Rae

Ep. 35 Bitching Over Breakfast with Lindsey Rae

This is the first episode of season two of RECLAIM! It feels so good to be back and to bring to you even more conversations on the intersection of feminism and spirituality. This season you can expect incredible guests, deep topics, and raw truths that will leave you with hopefully more questions than answers. In this episode I bring back recurring guest and dear friend, Lindsey Rae, and together we we explore the art of reverence to our humanity including unpacking spiritual performance, shallowness glorification, performative tendencies, shame, and so much more.