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Wellness Lately

Bridget Shannon + Dana Barron

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Wellness Lately

Wellness Lately

Bridget Shannon + Dana Barron

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Wellness Lately is a no BS conversation about wellness, for women who want to stop dieting, beating themselves up, and feeling like crap.Tune in to harness the power of mindset, self-care and lifestyle to build your confidence, and have more fun in life.You'll learn about intuitive eating, health at every size, personal development, spirituality, entrepreneurship, career and much more. Each episode features an interview with women doing awesome things in the wellness and personal growth space. Listen to inspiring, empowering, transformative - and most importantly - real conversations, that will give you the tools and strategies to make real change in your life, and become the woman you want to be.

Latest Episodes

All About Emotional Eating with Dana + Bridget

EWe’re talking all about emotional eating in this episode: what it is, what it’s not, and how to work through it. This is one of the most common struggles we see among clients, but there are also some major misconceptions about emotional eating. So we’re breaking down why exactly it happens, and how to overcome it, if this is a challenge for you!

25 MIN6 d ago
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All About Emotional Eating with Dana + Bridget

The Mind-Body Connection, Tangible Coping Tools and Accessibility in Wellness with Somatic Therapist Rachel Otis

ESomatic Therapist, Yoga Teacher, Abolitionist, Writer & Pleasure Activist Rachel Otis joins us for an amazing conversation about the mind-body connection, mental health, the intersection of wellness and activism for marginalized bodies, and so much more. Tune into listen, plus get access to a nourishing and grounding meditation from Rachel (linked in the show notes)!

81 MIN1 w ago
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The Mind-Body Connection, Tangible Coping Tools and Accessibility in Wellness with Somatic Therapist Rachel Otis

Healing Internalized Patriarchy through the Moon, Magic and The Sacred Feminine with Sarah Jenks

EAs a mother of three, a woman who has struggled with body image and lack of direction, Sarah Jenks knows what it’s like to feel flat, overwhelmed, frumpy and exhausted. Through her own transformation and years of study in the Sacred Feminine, emotional eating and life coaching, she's guided thousands of women for over 10 years through the process of remembering their brilliance and their unique mission in this lifetime.

97 MIN2 w ago
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Healing Internalized Patriarchy through the Moon, Magic and The Sacred Feminine with Sarah Jenks

The Roots of Systemic Racism in America and How We Can Work Toward Equality for the Long Term with Sada Reed

EToday's episode features a discussion with Sada Reed, an accomplished Child Development Specialist, Yoga teacher, creative director, and social justice activist. We talk about current events as a result of systemic racism that has long existed in America, what will be required for real change, how to be a better ally and support Black lives, Sada's work and activism, and much more.

110 MIN3 w ago
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The Roots of Systemic Racism in America and How We Can Work Toward Equality for the Long Term with Sada Reed

Inclusivity, Accessibility and Community in Fitness with Jabbie Creators, Joy Cox and Bunmi Alo

EFounded by Joy Cox and Bunmi Alo in 2016, the concept of Jabbie was sparked through serendipity as the two committed themselves to simple workout routines and accountability. With so much exclusivity happening in the world of fitness, a new vision was needed that included the WHOLE picture. With Jabbie, everyone matters. With Jabbie, no one works out alone!

69 MINJUN 6
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Inclusivity, Accessibility and Community in Fitness with Jabbie Creators, Joy Cox and Bunmi Alo

How to Honor Yoga’s Roots with Susanna Barkataki

EAn Indian yoga practitioner in the Shankaracharya tradition, Susanna Barkataki is the founder of Ignite Yoga and Wellness Institute and runs Ignite Be Well 200/500 Yoga Training programs. She is an E-RYT 500 and Certified Yoga Therapist. She is the author of the forthcoming book Honor Yoga’s Roots: Courageous Ways to Deepen Your Yoga Practice. She's a diversity, accessibility, inclusivity, and equity yoga unity educator who created the ground-breaking Honor {Don’t Appropriate} Yoga Summit.

76 MINMAY 30
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How to Honor Yoga’s Roots with Susanna Barkataki

How to Cope if COVID is Making You Feel Crazy Around Food

EThis global pandemic is bringing up a lot of STUFF around food and body image. If you're struggling with any of this, you're not alone, and in this episode we discuss some of the reasons why food issues and poor body image might be exacerbated right now, and how to deal. Please don't hesitate to reach out or join us in our private Facebook group for support!

41 MINMAY 2
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How to Cope if COVID is Making You Feel Crazy Around Food

Mental Health, New Motherhood & Managing Chaotic Times with Jackie Schoemaker Holmes, PhD

EJackie Schoemaker Holmes, PhD is a University of British Columbia-trained Sociologist who specializes in the study and practice of empowerment at both the individual and the community level. Jackie is tremendously passionate about sharing her truths of motherhood so that no mother feels alone. Find the supportive, non-judgmental, and compassionate in-person and online services she provides women and mothers in the community and beyond on her website www.empowermentforresilience.com.

82 MINAPR 23
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Mental Health, New Motherhood & Managing Chaotic Times with Jackie Schoemaker Holmes, PhD

Why Finding Peace with Food and Our Bodies is a Spiritual Issue with Jenna Hollenstein

EJenna Hollenstein, MS, RDN, CDN, is a non-diet dietitian who helps people struggling with chronic dieting, disordered eating, and body image. She uses a combination of Intuitive Eating, mindfulness techniques, and meditation to help her clients move toward greater peace, health, and wellness.She is also the author of Understanding Dietary Supplements, the memoir Drinking to Distraction, and, Eat to Love: A Mindful Guide to Transforming Your Relationship with Food, Body, and Life.

88 MINAPR 17
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Why Finding Peace with Food and Our Bodies is a Spiritual Issue with Jenna Hollenstein

Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies and Other Tips for Real Self-Care with Tara Schuster

ETara Schuster is an author, playwright, and accomplished entertainment executive, serving as the Vice President of Talent and Development at Comedy Central. She's also the author of Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies: and Other Rituals to Fix Your Life from Someone Who has Been There (The Dial Press). The book debuted at #1 in New Releases in Self-Help on Amazon Kindle, is a starred review in Publisher’s Weekly, and has been covered by People Magazine, Forbes, The Hollywood Reporter, and Newsweek among other

73 MINAPR 10
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Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies and Other Tips for Real Self-Care with Tara Schuster

Latest Episodes

All About Emotional Eating with Dana + Bridget

EWe’re talking all about emotional eating in this episode: what it is, what it’s not, and how to work through it. This is one of the most common struggles we see among clients, but there are also some major misconceptions about emotional eating. So we’re breaking down why exactly it happens, and how to overcome it, if this is a challenge for you!

25 MIN6 d ago
Comments
All About Emotional Eating with Dana + Bridget

The Mind-Body Connection, Tangible Coping Tools and Accessibility in Wellness with Somatic Therapist Rachel Otis

ESomatic Therapist, Yoga Teacher, Abolitionist, Writer & Pleasure Activist Rachel Otis joins us for an amazing conversation about the mind-body connection, mental health, the intersection of wellness and activism for marginalized bodies, and so much more. Tune into listen, plus get access to a nourishing and grounding meditation from Rachel (linked in the show notes)!

81 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The Mind-Body Connection, Tangible Coping Tools and Accessibility in Wellness with Somatic Therapist Rachel Otis

Healing Internalized Patriarchy through the Moon, Magic and The Sacred Feminine with Sarah Jenks

EAs a mother of three, a woman who has struggled with body image and lack of direction, Sarah Jenks knows what it’s like to feel flat, overwhelmed, frumpy and exhausted. Through her own transformation and years of study in the Sacred Feminine, emotional eating and life coaching, she's guided thousands of women for over 10 years through the process of remembering their brilliance and their unique mission in this lifetime.

97 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Healing Internalized Patriarchy through the Moon, Magic and The Sacred Feminine with Sarah Jenks

The Roots of Systemic Racism in America and How We Can Work Toward Equality for the Long Term with Sada Reed

EToday's episode features a discussion with Sada Reed, an accomplished Child Development Specialist, Yoga teacher, creative director, and social justice activist. We talk about current events as a result of systemic racism that has long existed in America, what will be required for real change, how to be a better ally and support Black lives, Sada's work and activism, and much more.

110 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Roots of Systemic Racism in America and How We Can Work Toward Equality for the Long Term with Sada Reed

Inclusivity, Accessibility and Community in Fitness with Jabbie Creators, Joy Cox and Bunmi Alo

EFounded by Joy Cox and Bunmi Alo in 2016, the concept of Jabbie was sparked through serendipity as the two committed themselves to simple workout routines and accountability. With so much exclusivity happening in the world of fitness, a new vision was needed that included the WHOLE picture. With Jabbie, everyone matters. With Jabbie, no one works out alone!

69 MINJUN 6
Comments
Inclusivity, Accessibility and Community in Fitness with Jabbie Creators, Joy Cox and Bunmi Alo

How to Honor Yoga’s Roots with Susanna Barkataki

EAn Indian yoga practitioner in the Shankaracharya tradition, Susanna Barkataki is the founder of Ignite Yoga and Wellness Institute and runs Ignite Be Well 200/500 Yoga Training programs. She is an E-RYT 500 and Certified Yoga Therapist. She is the author of the forthcoming book Honor Yoga’s Roots: Courageous Ways to Deepen Your Yoga Practice. She's a diversity, accessibility, inclusivity, and equity yoga unity educator who created the ground-breaking Honor {Don’t Appropriate} Yoga Summit.

76 MINMAY 30
Comments
How to Honor Yoga’s Roots with Susanna Barkataki

How to Cope if COVID is Making You Feel Crazy Around Food

EThis global pandemic is bringing up a lot of STUFF around food and body image. If you're struggling with any of this, you're not alone, and in this episode we discuss some of the reasons why food issues and poor body image might be exacerbated right now, and how to deal. Please don't hesitate to reach out or join us in our private Facebook group for support!

41 MINMAY 2
Comments
How to Cope if COVID is Making You Feel Crazy Around Food

Mental Health, New Motherhood & Managing Chaotic Times with Jackie Schoemaker Holmes, PhD

EJackie Schoemaker Holmes, PhD is a University of British Columbia-trained Sociologist who specializes in the study and practice of empowerment at both the individual and the community level. Jackie is tremendously passionate about sharing her truths of motherhood so that no mother feels alone. Find the supportive, non-judgmental, and compassionate in-person and online services she provides women and mothers in the community and beyond on her website www.empowermentforresilience.com.

82 MINAPR 23
Comments
Mental Health, New Motherhood & Managing Chaotic Times with Jackie Schoemaker Holmes, PhD

Why Finding Peace with Food and Our Bodies is a Spiritual Issue with Jenna Hollenstein

EJenna Hollenstein, MS, RDN, CDN, is a non-diet dietitian who helps people struggling with chronic dieting, disordered eating, and body image. She uses a combination of Intuitive Eating, mindfulness techniques, and meditation to help her clients move toward greater peace, health, and wellness.She is also the author of Understanding Dietary Supplements, the memoir Drinking to Distraction, and, Eat to Love: A Mindful Guide to Transforming Your Relationship with Food, Body, and Life.

88 MINAPR 17
Comments
Why Finding Peace with Food and Our Bodies is a Spiritual Issue with Jenna Hollenstein

Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies and Other Tips for Real Self-Care with Tara Schuster

ETara Schuster is an author, playwright, and accomplished entertainment executive, serving as the Vice President of Talent and Development at Comedy Central. She's also the author of Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies: and Other Rituals to Fix Your Life from Someone Who has Been There (The Dial Press). The book debuted at #1 in New Releases in Self-Help on Amazon Kindle, is a starred review in Publisher’s Weekly, and has been covered by People Magazine, Forbes, The Hollywood Reporter, and Newsweek among other

73 MINAPR 10
Comments
Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies and Other Tips for Real Self-Care with Tara Schuster
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