Author and Founder of Life Voice Shawna Percy shares her expertise on the subject of suicide and mental health. We discuss breaking down stigma as well as ways to both ask for help and offer help to those in need.
Note: This episode discusses suicide. If you are having thoughts of suicide and require help please dial: 833-456-4566 or visit https://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/en/
After sharing his fascinating story into the world of body work Christopher Lambert helps us understand our relationship with our body. Addressing some common issues many of us face.
Bhakti Marge Swami, (also known as the Walking Monk) joins me in a discussion about what success means when money and possessions take a back seat in our minds. He also shines light on what it means to be a monk of devotion and how being celibate doesn't mean not building meaningful relationships.
In this episode, we interview Yogi and Yoga Teacher Trainer, Laurin Wolf, to discuss the roots of Yoga as well as the 'why' behind this quiet yet profound practice; a great introduction to Yogic Philosophy for everyone!
Bryan Hardy is a Canada based wholistic nutritionist. In this episode we discussed deepening our connection to our body and the things we put in it. After his own near death experience, Bryan was forced to examine more closely the toxic loads that build in the body over time. Bryan shares ways to cleanse and minimize some of these toxins while overall learning to listen to our bodies.
Kerstine is a relationship and sex therapist know for her work around Canada and the United States with people of all walks of life. In this episode we talk about breaking down stigmas in communication and in sexuality. Kerstin's Wealth of knowledge comes from her work in sexual trauma, sexual addiction, gender dysphoria and trans work/LGBTQ issues, sexual dysfunction, affairs or relationship difficulties and much more.
Note: This episode contains sexual subject matter
In this Episode, the amazing Amanda Halls shares her expertise in rehabilitation. She has working with people of all walks of life but most importantly she shares the work she is doing to rehabilitate her own mind and body.
Natasha is a Therapeutic Yoga Teacher, and Clinical Somatics Practitioner. In this episode we dive into discussing the patterns of the body and how no matter what situation you find yourself in mentally and physically ease is always possible.