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Feed Your Wild podcast is a conscious lifestyle show about all things nourishing for your ancient body, mind, and soul. Join intuitive nourishment guide Venessa Rodriguez for weekly candid conversations with change-makers exploring health + wellness, food as medicine, intuition + spirituality, plant medicine, and nature-based practices that will transform your health and life. You’ll hear from inspiring practitioners, teachers, and medicine carriers who share their wisdom, stories, and pract ...
 
In the Balance is a new podcast featuring therapist and artist Susan Lambert. She welcomes peers, experts and leaders from diverse backgrounds/ all walks of life who share their experiences of working, loving, and playing with their entire, integrated, holistic, human selves. These inspiring discussions explore their stories, giving us “how to” ideas, routines, and strategies to achieve balance, buoyancy and energy!
 
The New York Artists Collective brings artists together in the round exploring authenticity and vulnerability in songwriting and brings an audience that much closer to the creative process in a unique and intimate setting. "This Next One’s About..." takes a look at the creation of a song with an artist who has performed in one of our rounds and seeks to provide an insight into their process before we finally listen to the finished track. Join us to discover new music from the heart of New Yo ...
 
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This week we are rebroadcasting our episode with Jessica Lanyadoo on Navigating The Stars And Talking To Dead People: Astrology + Mediumship, originally aired in August of 2018. This episode is just in time for Samhain, Halloween and El Día de los Muertos where the veil between the physical world and the spirit world wear thin! This episode also sy…
 
“When you’re called, you need to be able to walk through that door.” In this fourth and final episode of the Voice is a Wild Thing Series, Susan Eichhorn Young discusses her career in the arts and how it has shaped her perspectives on teaching voice, the role of the artist within society, and how their voices tell the stories of the present, doing …
 
In this conversation, we’re speaking with Erika Rose Santoro, a multidimensional artist, liberator and teacher of transformation and self-healing. As a visionary leadership guide, intuitive energy alchemist & creative strategist, she puts ancient forces to work for modern strategies. For 20 years, Erika operated as a Creative Business Partner and t…
 
“I never really felt all that Indian until I picked up a sitar. Even now after playing for almost 30 years, I hear that and it sounds like the authentic voice of my soul.” Musician, actor, composer, singer, dad, and overall renaissance man Ronobir Lahiri takes us through the journey of following his dream and finding his voice as an artist. He disc…
 
As our world has shifted, so many of folx have experienced a major impact on their emotional and mental well-being. This conversation with Dr. Jodie Skillicorn, a holistic psychiatrist who believes strongly in the body’s innate healing powers, is important for these times when depression and anxiety are on the rise. In this episode, we discuss psyc…
 
“We have many lives, many great opportunities. And they don’t stop coming.” Broadway and television actress, singer, and teacher Carolyn Mignini discusses her life and career through the lens of change and the freedom that can be found in making decisions, particularly those decisions that come from listening to inner cues of your deepest self. She…
 
"You are worthy and you’re beautiful. You belong here and you belong anywhere you want to go." In this first episode of the "The Voice is a Wild Thing Series" Susan talks to artist, teacher, activist, Lisa Teasley about her work, from writing to her paintings. Lisa knew she wanted to be a story-teller from a very young age, acutely aware of the pow…
 
In this Akashic reading for October, we go from child’s play to the lush green jungle floors, accessing the wisdom from deep beneath our feet. Our guides provide an invitation to a radical awakening process, enlivening all of our senses, and clearing the slate so that we may navigate our Selves thru hardship and darkness with more grace and connect…
 
Today we’re speaking with my good friend Ashley Burnett, women’s leadership coach, dancer, women’s circle + retreat facilitator and earth-based ritualist. We had Ashley on the podcast before and she came into my life at a time when I was really in need of clarity and expansion in stepping into my soul path and business. 2020 has been a rollercoaste…
 
How do we retain an optimistic viewpoint when so many troubling things are happening in the world? Playwright, poet, and author Irene O’Garden returns to In the Balance to discuss the ingredients to maintaining optimism, compassion, and hope. She encourages us to listen with our heart, not to question moments of “gladness,” and to never doubt that …
 
Fall Equinox blessings <3 We are back with our seasonal quarterly check-in, this time feeling into the energetics and themes of this Fall Equinox, Mars retrograde, and Full Moon in Aries. So. Much. Fire! As we continue our journey with the global pandemic, sociopolitical shakiness, and wildfires raging… we’re reflecting upon the sacredness of Breat…
 
How do we let beauty in while we’re suffering? How do we let truth in when we’re afraid? How do we weather the storm when we feel like we are about to drown? Susan talks with NY Times best-selling author, poet, and philosopher Mark Nepo about beauty, truth, fear and his process of looking inward in order to rise and meet the daring and dangerous ou…
 
In this episode, Andrew discusses many facets of "Wise Effort"-- the sixth factor of the eightfold path. He talks about the importance of "resolve" and having a strong commitment to spiritual practice. He also details the nuance of developing a "gentle approach" to investigating mind states during meditation, and the difference between discernment …
 
Mustachioed Mainer, Jacob McCurdy, blends Folk, Rock, and Roots into his very own brand of Indie-Americana. Love, heartbreak, joy, and the perfect moment; all pitched against the lush backdrop of honest harmony. On July 24th, McCurdy released For the Weekend (FTW), his first fully produced solo EP in 9 years.Normally filling his time with weddings …
 
Today we’re speaking with Michelle C. Johnson, author, yoga teacher, healer, social worker, dismantling racism trainer, activist, and grief-worker, whose book Skill In Action has been helping me answer the question: How we can truly support ourselves to be able to step up in the most expansive and aligned way in our roles within the collective dism…
 
In this Akashic reading for September, our guides share insights about the new generation of beings ushering into this reality, their gifts of quantum discernment, and ability to move us into collective liberation. Our invitation is to step up as loving guardians and compassionate space holders stewarding from a place of alignment and non-attachmen…
 
Gretchen Peters joins us once again on the show to talk about her new album...For two decades, Gretchen Peters has been one of Nashville’s most beloved and respected artists.“If Peters never delivers another tune as achingly beautiful as ‘On A Bus To St. Cloud,'” People Magazine wrote, “she has already earned herself a spot among country’s upper ec…
 
In this solo/moon musing episode, I get fired up and emotional as I share my perspective on this new moon in Leo, the state of the world, and our role in it. I share the major lessons I learned from my recent (and humbling) canker sore outbreak, the energetic influences of this new moon, the heart-gut connection and the power of fire (our agni) to …
 
Rocky Mountain raised, and international touring artist, Megan Burtt is a decorated performing songwriter. Since her sophomore release “The Bargain”, she has performed at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, been featured with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, toured Europe, toured across the US, and supported artist like Gregory Alan Isakov, Chris…
 
We’re speaking with Allison Post, Integrative Medicine Health Coach and Somatic Educator. Her latest book, co-authored with her husband,​ ​is ​The Gut Wellness Guide: The Power of Breath, Touch, and Awareness to Reduce Stress, Aid Digestion, and Reclaim Whole-Body Health. In this conversation, Allison shares some of the challenging traumas and heal…
 
NYAC teamed up with New York's famous venue Rockwood Music Hall to put on our first virtual "In The Round" series.Our artists include...Ben Grace: Now based in San Diego, but born and raised in Sydney, Ben’s exodus from the beliefs and structures of his working class Christian childhood weaves poignantly through his lyrics, revealing itself in his …
 
This week Susan talks with Kitty O’Meara, author of “And the people stayed home” viral poem that inspired people all over the world. She talks about her creative and spiritual journey, her experiences being present for people’s life and the moment they pass on, and her vision for healing. Kitty also shares some of her poetry with us, in this beauti…
 
In this Akashic reading for August, our guides share about the stirring felt deep within that is here to guide us: tuning into the whispers of the land, of the wind, of our own vibrational patterns shifting and how to move into dynamic coherence thru instinct and intuition. I also share some moon musing insights for this upcoming full moon in Aquar…
 
In this episode, we’re speaking with Reed Davis, Holistic Health Practitioner (HHP) and Certified Nutritional Therapist (CNT), is an expert in functional lab testing and holistic lifestyle medicine, and Founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN). Reed shares about how he got into the world of holistic health and functional testing, we cover …
 
“Put yourself out there and learn about the people close to you. Community is so much more than hanging out. Community is action.” In this week’s episode performance poet, actor and profoundly connected activist Tamora Israel talks about bringing people together, speaking your truth and allowing your own personal experience to inspire others and cr…
 
Aubrie Sellers released Far From Home - the follow up to her critically acclaimed album New City Blues - in February 2020.Rolling Stone called the record “halting and poignant” and Paste Magazine says ”she’s an honest storyteller with a singular personality. She can both float in on a cloud of love songs and crank out existential country-rock.”Havi…
 
Happy New Moon! In this solo episode, I cover insights on this second new moon in Cancer, connections to the sacred waters & power within, and my personal story of re-vitalizing my solar plexus center, digestion, and personal power! Ruled by the moon, Cancer is connected to evolution and growth in regenerative ways - in our bodies, Cancer rules the…
 
“Sometimes in the beginning of grief we feel like ‘How dare I continue? How dare I go on with life when someone I love is not able to? How dare I ever experience joy again?’ And yet writing new chapters of life is what they would wish for us. It’s a way of taking them with us.” In this last episode of the Grief Sessions, Susan talks with Dr Ken Dru…
 
If you haven’t heard of Kidest OM, I have found her books to be incredibly insightful, affirming and practical - particularly right now, as more folx awaken to the ways we can dismantle and decondition oppressive programs & begin healing the injustices of the imposed systems as individuals and as a collective community. Her book Unshakeable You: Ho…
 
“The journey is propelled by the questions you ask. So I cannot sit here and say ‘Why me? Why did this happen? Oh my god…’ because it doesn’t lead anywhere. So I ask, “What now? What do I do with this? This is my fate. So let’s live it. What’s the next step of living this?’” Journalist, memoirist, and author Lorraine Ash shares with us her experien…
 
Jill Schlesinger joins Steph to demystify the current economic situation and will seek to provide some practical advice to help. Join us live on Facebook to watch these lockdown podcasts as they happen, Wednesday nights at 8PM EST on our facebook page:www.facebook.com/NewyorkartistscollectiveOr join our Inner Circle page for music fans and artists …
 
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