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Christopher Gunlock is a psychedelic preparation and integration specialist and Executive Director of the Psychedelic Society of Minnesota. We talk about the benefits of psychedelics, the risk or dark side, and how the Psychedelic Society of Minnesota is bringing people together in community to help mitigate harm and help people explore what's poss…
 
Julia Miller is the founder of Julia Elise natural + herbal body care products. She joins us to talk about accessible self care practices and how self care relates to community care. Mentioned in this episode: - See No Stranger by Valerie Carr - Julia Elise Products can be found at juliaelise.comWell Connected Twin Cities
 
Julie Delene is a management consultant who's developed a system called Move As One, which draws on her experience in ballroom dance and Feng Shui to help teams move through stagnation or conflict. We talk about how this idea of co-creation is gaining momentum (with a lot of ground work already done by the activist communities of the 60's and 70's)…
 
Ihotu Ali is an integrative medicine practitioner, researcher, doctor in training, and cultural womb healer. Fascinated by the connections between western and traditional medicine, she studied Afro-indigenous and global cultural practices for childbirth, ancestral and womb healing, alongside formal medical training in chiropractic care, neurologica…
 
Anne Murphy is a celebrant, death educator, and home vigil guide who's passionate about helping people walk through death and grief in a supported way. We talk about what home vigils can look like, and how slowing down the physical transition between death and final disposition of the body can give families more time to process the loss. In our you…
 
Erotic Blueprint™ coach Fauna Gold joins us to talk about how reclaiming their right to pleasure had a transformative and healing effect on all aspect of their life. We discuss what the 5 Erotic Blueprint™ types are and how people can use this knowledge and understanding to deepen their experiences of pleasure. Connect with @faunamagick on Instagra…
 
Dr. Rachel Allyn is a holistic psychologist, writer, retreat leader, and pleasure expert, and she joins us on the podcast to talk about her new book, The Pleasure Is All Yours. We talk about the reasons why so many of us are disconnected from our bodies and why practicing bodyfulness (similar to mindfulness, but focusing on the mind/body) is an imp…
 
An interview with Julie Shannon Williams, a certified yoga therapist who runs a group called The New Face of Aging, which provides members the space and impetus for exploring their personal relationship with aging. We talk about how yoga therapy works, what prompted her to explore the topic of aging in this way, and who we both look up to for examp…
 
Katherine Marie is a Holistic Health Coach who specializes in supporting people going through cancer diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. As someone who's experienced breast cancer treatment herself, she's uniquely equipped to be a support partner outside of the medical team and outside of the family and friend dynamics. We talk about common struggl…
 
Arielle Grant joins us on the podcast to talk about the space she's cultivated for self-identified Black and Brown women. Render Free is a wellness and coworking space that invites members to rest, work, heal, and connect. They host both in-person and virtual events, and are currently open for office hours a few days a week. Hear the story of why s…
 
An interview with Dr. Asavari Manvikar, founder and lead faculty at the Minnesota Institute of Ayurveda, who also teaches at the University of Minnesota and Normandale College. We talk about what Ayurvedic medicine is, how it differs from the approach of conventional or allopathic medicine, and how using Ayurvedic principles can help support our we…
 
Allison Mosso is a Soulful Health Coach, Intuitive Eating Counselor, and Personal Trainer who is passionate about helping people feel at home in their bodies. In this episode we talk about intuitive eating and how it works, the pervasiveness of diet culture and the harm it causes, and what it can feel like to change our relationship with food. You …
 
Get to know trained chef and health coach Anna Klimmek, owner of Happy Food MN. We talk about the connection between food and mood, and she shares some of her favorite proactive mental health care practices. Anna and Lilly both talk about how they're becoming "casual abstainers" and drinking less alcohol, less often, and they get real about how it'…
 
Health coach Cynthia Shockley shares her story of how pole dancing and sensual movement became her unlikely gateway into mindfulness and yoga, and helped her heal during a critical time in her life. As a health coach, Cynthia now holds space for women to connect with their true desires and create a vibrant vision of wellbeing for themselves. Hear a…
 
An interview with Dr. Ayanna Quamina, a naturopathic doctor who's passionate about empowerment in the wellness space. We talk about how she got started in naturopathic medicine and why she's so passionate about it, and she talks about how she helps people feel more empowered in their health and wellbeing. She's also one of only two Black naturopath…
 
An interview with certified forest therapy guide David Motzenbecker, where we talk about the intuitive and intentional practicer of forest bathing, derived from the Japanese practice called Shinrin Yoku. David has been leading immersive forest walks for the last three years, and you can connect with him and sign up for group walks with him on his w…
 
Taylor Tinkham, the creator of CeMental Break, is on a mission to promote mindfulness joyfully, colorfully, and publicly. Eliminating barriers to more mindful living by making it fun and accessible. Get to know her on this episode of our podcast where we discuss mindfulness practices, how to create a CeMental Break, and the healing power of creativ…
 
An interview with Courtney Iverson, owner and proprietor of RecuperAcres, an outdoor ecotherapy facility on the border of Hennepin and Carver counties in Watertown, MN. We discuss the power of nature to help us heal and find comfort during difficult times, and Courtney shares her own family story of how RecuperAcres came to be. Mentioned in this ep…
 
An interview with Rhonda Fellows, a birth doula and childbirth educator who’s passionate about empowering and educating birthers. We talk about the role of a doula, why it’s important to educate yourself on your options when it comes to birth, and she shares her perspective as a Black doula on the realities of racial disparities in the healthcare s…
 
An interview with Sarah Longacre, owner of Blooma, which started as a prenatal yoga studio in 2007 but has grown to be so much more than that. She shares how she got started in the birth world as a doula, what inspired her to open a prenatal yoga studio to begin with, and how Blooma has evolved over the years. This is a great episode for anyone who…
 
Alexia Franco Pettersen is a birth and postpartum doula, childbirth educator, lactation counselor, and owner of Hola Postpartum, a meal delivery service specifically for new families during the postpartum time. As a culture here in the US, we don't do a great job of supporting new families - many partners have to go back to work within days of a bi…
 
Fertility struggles are so common, and yet they each are so unique. And going through fertility struggles can be a painful and isolating experience. In this episode, we hear from Kristen Womack about her fertility struggles through two pregnancies, and the support and care she received along the way. We discuss the importance of feeling seen and he…
 
Hear about what we have coming up this month as we shift our focus into fertility, birth, and postpartum health. We have a lot of content especially around postpartum health and postpartum support, which is an area that can often get overlooked as we become so focused on birth. Check out the episode to hear more, and get the scoop on how it fits in…
 
Divorce is hard. There’s no getting around it. Some are harder than others, but whatever the circumstances, it can feel incredibly isolating. Podcast guest Jillian Lydell helps us understand the stages of divorce, how we can better show up for our friends and family members who go through a divorce, and she explains how a divorce coach can provide …
 
No one likes fighting with their partner or spouse, but in this episode we explore why it can actually be beneficial. How repairing a relationship can often make it even stronger, and why it's more important to do this repairing than it is to avoid fighting altogether. Mike Kosim is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who helps people heal the…
 
An interview with Joe Molinari, a certified sex therapist who specializes in helping people heal from sexual trauma and find ways to move towards pleasure. He also helps couples develop deeper intimacy with each other and navigate some of the common problems that can come up in sexual relationships, and that’s really what we focused our conversatio…
 
Each month we'll be giving you a quick preview of what's to come on a quick bonus episode. In February, we're exploring themes of self love, relationships, sexual health, and reproductive health. Hear more about upcoming classes like: Make Your Own Bath Products, featuring Sabrina Jones of SJC Body Love Products Body Appreciation Yoga, with Elisabe…
 
Holistic health coach Andrea Smith joins us on the podcast to talk about a very common trend that happens around the end of January as new year's resolutions begin to fizzle out. She explains the importance of aligning with your core values and focusing on intentions before goals. That all sounds great, right? But like, what does that mean? Listen …
 
Nell Rueckl, the founder of Spot Spa, sits down to talk about the power of bodywork and massage, and shares a glimpse into her new bath house concept launching in Summer of 2021 called Watershed. We discuss a few types of massage and bodywork, including Lomi Lomi Hawaiian massage, which Nell describes as "the black diamond" of bodywork. With over 2…
 
Host and co-founder Lilly Zaborowski reflects on the last year and how we'll continue to connect you with local holistic wellness resources going forward. Hear about why we're now bringing you on-demand classes and some other exciting resources we have coming your way this year.Well Connected Twin Cities
 
An Interview with Master QNRT Practitioner, Dr. Daniel Schilling who further describes the mind-body connection and how what we know about emotions, nervous systems, and the brain is optimizing the way we treat conditions and dis-ease. Dr. Schilling is a practicing chiropractor and kinesiologist, and founder of Secoya Health in Woodbury, MN. Prior …
 
An interview with intuitive transformation coach Rosie Blanc, who draws on a variety of tools to support her clients through the healing process. As someone who’s been through a transformative healing journey, Rosie has been called to walk with others in support as she guides them back to themselves. Rosie Blanc is trained in Conscious Language, re…
 
An interview with Naturopathic Doctor, Brittany Stamer. Whose own journey to flower essences has inspired her to incorporate that support in the treatment plans she prescribes. She describes how flower essences are an accessible tool capable of supporting us physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually as we pursue whole-body healing. Dr. Bri…
 
In this episode we talk with Dr. Tiffany Egan about how she’s bringing holistic house calls to the Twin Cities with chiropractic care and acupuncture for new moms and babies. We discuss what inspired her to become a chiropractor, how acupuncture compliments chiropractic care, and how chiropractic care can help new moms both prepare for and recover …
 
An Interview with Vanashree Belgamwar, an Ayurvedic practitioner leading our cities toward a more integrative future. Vanashree describes the benefits of using the Ayurvedic lifestyle science as a preventative complement to our traditionally accepted western approach. Discover what’s possible when we view our health through the Ayurvedic lens. Vana…
 
Lisa Harris joins us this week to discuss storytelling as a powerful healing tool. Through her own experience of writing a book, Lisa discovered both the power in owning your story and the beauty that exists in sharing stories with a supportive community. We talk about how she began, the early events that started it all, and how her business has sh…
 
An Interview with Zedé Harut, holistic healer and founder of Holistic Heaux and the Rebellion Relief Fund, a mutual aid fund supporting BIPOC birthers. We discuss how Zedé got into holistic healing work as a teenager, and how she’s now supporting other Black and Brown birthers through her mutual aid fund. Follow Holistic Heaux on Instagram and Face…
 
An Interview with Talaya Dendy, cancer doula and fierce advocate, describes how developing your own self-advocacy skills can change your life and is more important now than ever. Talaya Dendy is a cancer thriver and founder of On The Other Side. As a cancer doula she is providing personalized support that addresses the emotional, navigational, educ…
 
An Interview with Julia, founder of NYUM Plant Kitchen. While there are many similarities, Julia helps us understand the differences between vegan and plant-based diets. Not everyone has the time to prepare scratch-made, whole food, plant-based meals - especially as they are healing! Julia is the founder and operator of NYUM Plant Kitchen, a plant-…
 
An Interview with Chaz Sandifer, founder of The NEW Mpls, owner of the Camden Farmer’s Market, and a leading voice in empowered wellbeing. Learn about what inspired her down this path and how her work has evolved through this time of physical distancing. Chaz is a group fitness instructor, lifestyle coach in diabetes prevention, and owner of the Ca…
 
A loss of anything can trigger a grief response. During this conversation, Rebecca Keyes, Certified Classical Homeopath specialized in trauma and grief, explains how homeopathy helps the body and mind build resilience and keep flowing through the stages of grief. Rebecca Keyes is a graduate of Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy and certified with C…
 
An Interview with Sandra Maurer, co-founder of Terra Firma. We discuss how trauma-informed yoga can help calm the nervous system and allow the brain to process difficult emotions. Learn about how it works, who it’s for, and how yoga instructors can create safer spaces in their studio classes. Sandra is a Registered, Experienced Yoga Teacher with Yo…
 
An Interview with Dr. Karen Lawson and Theresa Nutt, the Co-Directors of the Masters in Integrative Health and Wellbeing Coaching program at the University of Minnesota. Karen + Theresa share their insider’s scoop of what goes into training a quality health coach, how coaches are up-leveling patient-centeredness in healthcare, and how you go about …
 
An interview with Cassandra Rose, a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist practicing at Bhakti Wellness Center in Edina, MN. Cassandra specializes in macular regeneration, which uses Acunova, acupuncture, microcurrent therapy, herbs, supplements and lifestyle to address degenerative eye diseases. This treatment regimen is shown to be up to 85% effec…
 
An interview with Dr. Danielle Vogler-Bos, a Naturopathic Doctor at Minneapolis Integrative Medicine Center specializing in hormone optimization. She shares an empowering look at fertility. We talk about how to boost fertility naturally, what some common causes of fertility struggles are, and how working with a Naturopathic Doctor can help support …
 
An interview with Nellie Brau, founder of Haus of Ojas. Nellie is helping those fighting with diet culture to reclaim their birthright to hunger, food, + body image through the power of holistic health coaching. In this conversation, Nellie explains what sets coaching apart, and what makes the approach so successful when redefining our relationship…
 
An Interview with Amanda Leaveck, creator of digital learning + empowerment platform, Science & Magic. Amanda helps us understand the biological, physiological, and neurological response to positive emotions like hope, peace, love, and gratitude–both individually and within a larger community. Amanda is a self-proclaimed brain geek who truly unders…
 
An interview with Kim Lovejoy, who leads us to a deeper understanding of our mental and physical responses to chaos, stress and grief, especially during this time of pandemic, and what we can do today to feel more vibrant. Kim Lovejoy Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. Specializing in body-based work,…
 
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