In a country where one of the leading causes of death is properly prescribed medications, the fact that there are 200 years of recorded safe use (zero harm) of homeopathic medicine is incredibly meaningful.
In this episode I talk with Ellie Whalen, founder of Sprayology homeopathic remedies for the last 20 years. We talk about the most important remedies for preventative health and wellness, including for digestion, hangover, stress, lack of sunshine, cold/flu, environmental toxins and sleep.
In this episode I talk with baker, horticulturist + James Beard Award Winner, Sarah Owens. She specializes in sourdough cultures and other types of fermentation, as well as locally-grown and heirloom ingredients.
We talk about why food preparation is so sacred and the beauty of making food with your hands. Hint: it transmits your own special essence to people who eat your food - through the microbiome (bacterial cultures) on your hands.
Do you ever read see one of those instagram profiles or food blogs that are exquisitely styled, with gorgeous colors and recipes? Do you ever wonder what goes into that and how much time it requires to develop a body of work around food, social media and blogging?
In this episode, I talk with chef Laura Wright about her experiences creating a blog that showcases her seasonal vegan recipes including beautiful photographs and captivating stories.
Karen Betten is the founder of Limitless Living. Together, we talk about her transition from ICU Nurse to energy work. She shares how certain emotions can cause physical issues, whyBody Talk + theFranklin Method are instrumental in her practice + life, and how fight or flight stress can get locked in the body when you exercise.
I sit down with Kathy Nelson of Kabuki Spa in San Francisco to talk about getting comfortable with aging, as well as intuitive wayfinding in business.