Podcast

Podcast

Healing Sound Baths with Sarah Gardner

Have you ever felt down and unable to pull yourself out of a funk? When the thought of even trying to meditate or start a yoga practice seems like too much? Well, this episode might just have some answers for you! Have you heard of sound baths? Today’s guest will tell you all you need […]

July 1, 2021

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The Power of Hype with Whitney George

  We all need someone in our lives who can hype us when we need it. Maybe you are your own best hype-person, or maybe you have a person, or people, who you can go to when you need a pick-me-up to get you through whatever slump you might be in. Whitney George is a […]

July 1, 2021

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Raising Highly Sensitive Children with Amy Vasterling

  If you or your child are easily overwhelmed by things like bright lights, coarse fabrics, and intense smells, and you have been described as too much, too sensitive, or too intensive, there is a chance you could be a highly sensitive person. Today’s guest, Amy Vasterling, is a highly sensitive individual, who is navigating […]

June 29, 2021

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The Chaos Antidote: A Fable about Mindfulness with Aimee Morgan

  Do you find yourself checking on your phone every few minutes? Do you struggle to be present? Are you often preoccupied with worries about the future and past decisions? If so, mindfulness might be a welcome antidote to the chaos of your modern lifestyle. In today’s episode, we get together with Aimee Morgan to […]

June 29, 2021

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Healing Through Plants with Audrey Barron

Food is medicine, but the industrialized food system has got so many of us hooked on processed, nutrient-poor food that harms rather than heals us. Audrey Barron is a medicine woman, creative talent, and owner of Ezra’s Enlightened Café in Indianapolis, a vegan, gluten-free, and 100% GMO-free restaurant. We talk about mainstream medicine, its approach […]

June 29, 2021

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What does it mean practice anti-racism, with philanthropist Katara McCarty

Slavery has long been since engrained in building our country. While many of us acknowledge the atrocity of slavery, we believe it had little to do with us in the present day. However, we had effects of slavery plastered all over television. We saw the struggles that black and brown communities face being played out […]

May 2, 2021