Dr. Shari Auth is a Chinese Medicine doctor, licensed acupuncturist, and co-founder of WTHN, a modern healing studio in the heart of New York. Her goal is to demystify natural healing and make acupuncture, cupping, herbs, and ear seeds accessible to all.
Martha Soffer, owner of Surya Spa, speaks about the ancient tradition of Ayurvedic medicine— lifestyle, environment, and detox (panchakarma). When we bring awareness back to our bodies, we’re then able to self-regulate our doshas (vatta, pitta, kapha) and live in a state of harmony. We chat about accessible preventative methods for everyone like self-massage, enemas, and eating a vegan diet.
When neither yoga, meditation, acupuncture, EMDR, talk therapy, nor fasting could heal the crippling effects of her depression, Kayla Nielsen turned to the healing powers of plant medicine Ayahuasca. In this episode, she recounts her steadfast journey to understanding the meaning of life.
Speech Pathologist, Olivia Noceda, opens up about striking a balance between the requirements of her career and the authenticity behind creating content for social media. She discusses the realities of hard work, sacrifice, and self-care.
What does it really feel like to follow your dreams? Tariq, co-founder of RecessPlanet, finds freedom within the life of an entrepreneur. He talks about becoming a self-starter, building structure within his domain, and the value of friends and family.
Sometimes it takes a major shift in our lives to break free from our own resistance to change. For Miki, meditation, yoga, and many other forms of artistry carried her through some of her darker times. And so, she continues to imbue grace and compassion.
Earth angel Paulina shares her profound growth in this human experience through conscious communication, forgiveness and letting go, and shedding past versions of her Self. We learn how to move past fear-based tactics and become open to receiving love.
As a prolific practitioner and instructor of movement and mindfulness, Sandy Rosenthal shares how she protects her energy in the micro moments. Where does self-care start? And how do we loving hold space for others without allowing it to consume us?