During this episode of the show, Cynthia brings on Dr. Jessica Sabrowsky, a provider of direct primary care– a version of primary care that could potentially save you and your family thousands of dollars over the traditional insurance models. Dr. Jess shares the stories of what she’s seen across her career as a physician in various clinic settings and just what makes an integrative and holistic clinic like Secoya so perfectly poised to transform healthcare.
Alex Stalberger reintroduces Cynthia Shockley to the podcast, this time as the new host of the show. Cynthia and Alex revisit the core mission and values of the podcast and give a few insights to where we’re headed.
Special bonus episode featuring Alex Morrall, leader and host of the Twin Cities Wellness Collective. Together we share what we’ve collectively learned after years developing relationships within the local health and wellness community
Mike Milios is a veteran and public defender turned health coach and yoga instructor. Hear about how he found yoga and mindfulness tools at a time when he really needed them, and what led him to begin sharing these tools with others and helping people develop their own wellness toolkit as a health and wellness coach.
Creative Kuponya founders Jamil and Sara Stamschror-Lott share the story of why they started their organization back in 2017, and how it’s grown over the years. By taking a multi-faceted approach, they’re able to provide sliding scale services and fund reduced and free therapy for people who are underserved by our institutional systems.
Julia Miller is the owner of Julia Elise natural + herbal body products. She joins us on the podcast to talk about how to integrate self care practices into everyday life and how self care relates to community care and vice versa.
Julie Delene is a management consultant who’s developed a system called Move As One, which draws on her experience in ballroom dance and Feng Shui to help teams move through stagnation or conflict. We talk about how this idea of co-creation is gaining momentum (with a lot of ground work already done by the activist […]
Julie Shannon Williams is a certified yoga therapist who’s passionate about changing the way we view aging. In this episode of the podcast we discuss what yoga therapy is and how it works, along with her group coaching program called The New Face of Aging.
Arielle Grant is the founder of Render Free, a wellness and co-working space for self-identified Black and Brown women. She helps us understand why this dedicated space and community is so important, and she talks about how her own experience inspired the creation of Render Free.
Allison Mosso is a Soulful Health Coach, Intuitive Eating Counselor, and Personal Trainer who’s passionate about helping people feel at home in their bodies. In this episode we cover what intuitive eating is, how it works, and how changing your relationship with food can impact your life and the lives of those around you.