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Hungry: Trust Your Body. Free Your Mind. is a podcast for those on a journey to move beyond dieting, restricted eating and emotional eating and want to connect with, nourish and honor their bodies. Tara Whitney, CPA and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor shares her own journey, insights and practices to support you along your journey. She also has amazing conversations with those that have evolved their own relationship with food. They share what life is like now that their minds are free ...
 
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On the podcast, Ellie Lane, Life Coach and Clinical Social Worker, and I talked about our patterns that keep us stuck in certain areas of our life and what are the fears that keep them in place. Ellie shares the powerful practice of taking tiny steps and showing your brain that it can win at change. We talked about how the “shoulds” in life keep us…
 
Whitney Crouch is an Integrative Dietitian with a whole body, functional approach to nutrition and lifestyle. Her own journey with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is what inspired her to specialize in thyroid health and to support other women struggling with thyroid issues. Join us as we chat on her personal story, thyroid nutrition, and thriving with Hash…
 
It's been several months since I've done a solo episode and it feels so good to be speaking with you one-on-one. What a privilege. I'm so grateful you are here. Today I'm sharing a couple of life updates, podcast updates, and Elizabeth Gilbert's "Quest Physics" or "Physics of the Quest." Why? Because it's changed my life without me even realizing i…
 
Eric Klein, leadership coach, meditation teacher, ordained Kriya yoga priest, and co-founder of Wisdom Heart, witnessed struggles with food at a young age when we watched his beloved aunt diet on Weight Watchers. She always described her days as either “good” or “bad” based on what she had eaten or not eaten that day. On the podcast, Eric and I tal…
 
In this episode, Clara Moisello shares her journey from struggling with food and dieting and working in a challenging professional environment in science research to coaching people in Nonviolent Communication and body positivity. Clara shares the pivotal moment when she realized that dieting and the pursuit of weight loss wasn’t something she coul…
 
In this special episode of Self Discovery, we are joined by Maple Eastwood. Maple is an astrologer, tarot reader, writer, and intuitive guide and today on the show, she blows my mind by reading and reviewing my natal chart. This is something I have never had done and I previously knew nothing about. This is a very personal reading, but I wanted to …
 
On the podcast, Jo Miller and I talk about trauma and some of the paths Jo uses with her clients. Jo specializes in Sound, Deep Listening, Somatic Therapy, Shadow Work and Embodiment Facilitation in her practice. Jo offered some amazing insights, including: We can experience trauma on three levels; societal, community and personal. We don’t need to…
 
Dr. W. Keith Campbell is on the podcast today to chat The New Science of Narcissism. And who better to chat on this subject than the man who started this international conversation in the first place? He literally wrote the book(s) on this fascinating disorder years ago and created the world wide interest we see today regarding narcissism. It's suc…
 
Gigi Bisong has learned a powerful lesson on her journey as a speaker, storyteller and coach; to embrace her whole self. Instead of trying to fix parts of herself she didn’t like, she has learned to embrace them. Gigi shares how she integrates her inner voice, by allowing it space to emerge in her body. As a result, she now recognizes her inner voi…
 
Dr. Marc Ryan - the man who literally wrote the book on Hashimoto's - is here with us today to chat optimal thyroid levels, top tips for managing Hashimoto's, diets and calorie restriction, nutrition suggestions, the throat chakra, emotional trauma, and hope for the newly diagnosed. He is revolutionizing the protocol for those with Hashimoto's and …
 
Janet Farnsworth, body empowerment coach and shame buster, helps women become best friends with their bodies. On the podcast, we talk about the experience of feeling separate as one of the reasons why 97% of women are dissatisfied with their bodies. Janet offers some powerful tools for re-establishing a connection to our bodies, our emotions, and u…
 
As a fellow Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Maria Scrimenti knows the journey from restricting food and over-exercising to feeling at peace with food and being comfortable in her own skin. On the podcast, Maria shares her journey of coaching mom’s how to lose weight and noticed that no matter how hard they tried, how religiously they dieted, …
 
There was a pivotal moment when Elizabeth Hall was ready to choose intuitive eating or “doubling down” by being more diligent and knowledgeable with her food choices. She realized that she needed to leave the old paradigm of straining, stressing, and striving in life and around food and practice acceptance and compassion. On the podcast, we also ta…
 
We have the absolute pleasure of chatting with Lindsay Seligman - owner of the ethical, eco-friendly, sustainable, and beautifully disruptive yoga brand, Oko Living. Together, we chat the importance of following your intuition when starting a business, how wellness is as much about listening as doing, & how self worth and self respect go hand in ha…
 
Carmell Clark, Transformational Coach, shares how she continues to practice how to be trustworthy with herself, again and again. It starts with radical self-acceptance. On the podcast, Carmell shares her own stories around the choices she’s made in religion, around food, and healing her body. Learn more about Carmell here. Carmell's well-known Wake…
 
Boy oh boy is this episode a TREAT! Amanda Sellers - voice over actress, meditation teacher, musician, and mama - graces us with her wisdom and insight. We chat taking risks, rejection, self worth, healing, empowerment, acting on your inklings, intuitive marketing, and meditation. She is someone you need to know. I feel so grateful that our paths d…
 
Shailaja knows what doesn’t work; letting others convince us to follow their way of doing things. This left her exhausted and stressed. Her shoulders were so sore and tense. Now, Shailaja offers powerful advice to her clients: stop comparing yourself to others, don’t expect a quick fix or immediate results, and have faith that you are exactly where…
 
Today, we are rising with Ryze Superfoods co-founder, Andrée Werner. A Harvard AND Juilliard grad, this brilliant woman is revolutionizing the way we think about and approach coffee. We chat origin story, we chat adaptogenic mushrooms, we chat the hardships behind starting a business, AND we chat self worth. I have personally been drinking Ryze Sup…
 
Each of us has an inner wisdom, which is where our own definition of success and our own internal compass comes from. On the podcast, Kim Marie, Business Leader and Transformational Coach, and I discuss why it’s so hard to connect with our inner wisdom, why chaos and darkness in our life is so necessary for creation and stepping into the unknown, a…
 
Imayla Beauty - clean, vegan, cruelty free - burst into the cosmetic scene in the middle of a pandemic. Their mission of fierce individualism along with their commitment to long lasting, high pay off, and skin-safe formulas has set them in a class of their own. In a world where most clean beauty is boring and packed in packaging geared for the no m…
 
Dr. Carmel Finnan knows the power of a story. They don’t have to be epic, but instead, are a tool in which we can get to know ourselves and own our transformation. Carmel and I talk about the importance of self-trust and how we create alignment within ourselves. Carmel also shares that recognizing the extraordinary in the ordinary is where the real…
 
Are you ready for some seriously empowering girl talk? Let me introduce Kelly Chase - star on Netflix's "Love is Blind," mindset coach, and honest, honest, honest woman. Our candid conversation left me feeling enlivened and elevated. Join us as we talk reality tv stardom triumphs and pitfalls, relationship building and busting, and owning our self …
 
Alissa Rumsey is shouting from the rooftops that there is another way to nourish ourselves and value our bodies. As a registered dietitian, nutrition therapist, and certified intuitive eating counselor, she’s guiding people to divest from diet culture, the messages that tell us we need to have a thin body to be valued in the world. In this conversa…
 
Buckle up, friends, because this episode is FIRE. Kicking off Black History Month, we have yoga teacher and Capitol Hill activist, Reggie Hubbard. He shares bespoke and ancient wisdom on actionably creating peace in our country, diversifying the wellness space, and what we can do NOW to live a high vibrational, purpose-filled life. CONNECT WITH REG…
 
The first thing Cynthia Hauk does before leading busy women through Creative Mindful Art activities is a body scan. She knows that the sensations in our bodies are worth exploring and expressing. On the podcast, Cynthia shares how Mindful Art is all about the process and what happens when there is a safe container and room for making space for our …
 
You, my friend, are stronger than you believe - and you have greater powers than you know. So why do we feel the exact opposite of this statement sometimes? Well, hopefully today's episode will be the antidote to feeling powerless. It centers around some basic tenants: stop giving your power away make friends with your weaknesses expect obstacles &…
 
Chantal Roche lives, breathes and inspires hope in every person she connects with. In her role as the Diversity and Inclusion Manager for the United States Tennis Association of New England, she’s working tirelessly to fulfill the USTA’s mission: To make tennis look like America. Changing the ethos of tennis is no small feat, and the USTA is up for…
 
I had never considered plastic surgery to be a part of my wellness practice, but I think that thought needs to be shaken up. Why? Because the way we feel in our bodies is important. While I don't want you, dear listener, to ever feel like you need to have plastic surgery to fix anything, I do want to take some of the stigma surrounding plastic surg…
 
In what seems like a different lifetime, Iris Higgins was a weight loss coach for a large commercial weight loss program. While eating less than 1,500 calories a day, she was coaching women to lose weight and also bingeing regularly. One day, she had a thought that changed everything. She decided that she would rather gain weight than be obsessed w…
 
The beginning of a new year is a special time. It often feels like a fresh start. New idea babies are brewing and we are excited to work on and hatch them. But, that newness can quickly wear off if we are looking outside of ourselves for worth, validation, or encouragement. This episode is all about creating awareness around and boundaries with out…
 
Dearest Listener, My name is Jaclyn Steele and this is my podcast, Self Discovery. I’ve often thought about what I would say if I were being interviewed about my life. In this scenario, the interviewer asks “what have you been doing all these years?” And my reply? “Refining my character. I’ve done many things. I’ve traveled many places. I have a fe…
 
The moment that Tracey Miller started to notice how food made her body feel, and how food impacted her thoughts and her emotions was the moment her life began to change. Before that, she just wanted her health problems to go away with a quick fix. Her health journey helped her discover how important it is to understand ourselves so we can be compas…
 
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