What is the key to physical, mental, and spiritual health? What if we told you it's something as easy as listening to yourself? Sara Gustafson is a CHEK practitioner, holistic lifestyle coach level III, holistic nutritionist, and the co-founder of Primal Fusion Health where she practices spiritual counseling and whole body integrative wellness. This may sound like a mouthful, but in today's episode she will boil down what she has learned throughout her decade of experience in research and...
Athena Jezik has over 30 years of experience as a bodyworker and healer, and in today's episode she is back to offer some of her favorite tricks for better sleep and stress relief in the modern age. From common sense tips such as turning off screens- to more controversial advice like reducing EMF's, there's something helpful for everyone's rest and digest in this in-depth interview.
Philip Oubre, MD, returns for today's episode to elaborate on one of his areas of expertise: hormone imbalance. Hormone imbalances including estrogen dominance and thyroid or adrenal dysfunction can be the root cause of many common issues like weight gain, food cravings, migraines, low energy, and poor sleep quality. Learn how to keep the body's complicated network of hormones in check with this functional medicine-based advice from Dr. Oubre.
Whispering? Tapping? Ear Massage? ASMR, or autonomous sensory meridian response, is a commonly misunderstood but rapidly growing phenomenon that people across the world are using to fall asleep and relieve stress. We know Corrina Rachel as host of the Wellness Plus Podcast, but in today's special 40th episode, she will be the interviewee for a documentary film about ASMR, and open up about her career as an ASMR Artist.
The metabolism is a mysterious mechanism of the body that we all think to blame for our adult weight gain, but how does it actually work? In today's episode, Certified Holistic Health Coach and Founder of Running on Balance, Karen Shopoff Rooff, is back to bust the myths of metabolism once and for all, and provide tips for optimizing your daily burn.
Philip Oubre started out as a traditional MD, in other words, an allopathic or conventional medicine doctor. He is now passionate about practicing functional medicine, which not only addresses symptoms but focuses on finding the root cause of disease. In today's episode, he will explain functional medicine; what it is, what makes it unique, and why he chooses it as his primary method of treatment.
Karen Shopoff Rooff is a personal trainer, certified holistic health coach, and the founder of Running On Balance. She has dedicated her life to teaching others how to find balance, and in today's episode she will share some of her insights. From simple diet switches to creative ways of fitting in exercise, these tips will help you balance your busy schedule and reach a state of health, happiness, and equilibrium.
Protein shakes, carb-loading, supplements, keto, paleo, vegan, etc... The list of nutrition trends in the fitness world goes on while a lot of us are left feeling more confused than ever. In today's episode, personal trainer Aleksandr Rybchinskiy returns to share the diet he recommends to his clients as well as the nutrition information he uses to motivate and inspire them.
Proper alignment, consistent mobility practices, and cognitive training are essential to a healthy body and graceful aging. Today's guest Athena Jezik has over 30 years of experience as a body worker and healer, and she is back to elaborate on some of her favorite tips for restoring and maintaining optimal health.
Aleksandr Rybchinskiy is a Neurosomatic Therapist, Licensed Massage Therapist, and Level IV CHEK Practitioner, with nearly a decade in the field working to heal clients by applying holistic therapies and methodologies. In today's episode he will discuss the various boundaries faced by athletes at all levels, and offer advice for those looking to maximize their performance.
If you are passionate about health and wellness and want to help others, a career in the field of health and wellness may be a perfect fit for you. In today's episode Sandra Foreman, health lawyer and founder of The Spa in Me self-care coaching, is back to share her experiences in these two very different health-related career paths and discuss how she made wellness her life's work.
Dr. Jeff Echols is a D.C. and Nutritionist who has been offering holistic care to patients in Texas for over 25 years. In today's episode he will discuss the most common misconceptions about chiropractic care, and offer solutions for those experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches, and inflammation.
Gen Norden was ordained as a Buddhist Nun in 1994 and never looked back. For nearly 25 years she has devoted her life to teaching others how to find happiness within themselves. In this episode, she will share some of what she has learned along the Buddhist path, and provide tips for successful meditation, everyday balance, and lasting happiness.
Sandra Foreman is the Founder of The Spa In Me L.L.C. which offers self-care coaching and retreats for women. However, it was her highly stressful career as a lawyer that made it necessary for her to remedy her own burnout. In this episode Sandra will discuss how she was able to find balance in her life, and provide her favorite take-home tips for keeping burnout, stress and overwhelm at bay.
Chase McKinzie, owner of U.S. Cryotherapy- Austin, is back to expand and explain the tool belt for cellular health beyond cryotherapy. This science-heavy episode features a close look at technologies such as red light therapy, pulsating compression, and the synergistic effects of these when combined with cryotherapy. Whether it's pain management, skin improvement, better mobility, athletic recovery, increased energy, reduced inflammation, or anti-aging you're after, there's something here...
Self love and self care are simple in concept, but often difficult in practice. What steps can we take towards becoming a better partners to ourselves? In today's episode, Jewels Harrison, well-being expert and author, is back to share some practical tips and tricks for cultivating a happy and healthy relationship with yourself.
Cryotherapy is undoubtedly trending among health-conscious people, but what does subjecting yourself to subzero temperatures actually accomplish? In today's episode, Chase McKinzie, Owner of U.S. Cryotherapy- Austin, sits down to discuss the science behind this bizarre treatment and how it can benefit the body by decreasing inflammation and pain, increasing cellular survival, and promoting overall health.
Acupuncture, massage, and Traditional Chinese Medicine protocols can be fantastic alternatives to more invasive beauty procedures such as Botox or plastic surgery. In this episode, Dr. Paula Bruno, Ph.D. and L.Ac., returns to discuss her favorite T.C.M. approaches to beauty as well as powerful do-it-yourself treatments for skin care and anti-aging.
The right diet that supports your body, lifestyle, ethical beliefs, and weight loss goals DOES exist. In today's episode, Michelle Norris, Founder of the largest paleo conference in the world, Paleo f(x)™, is here to share her knowledge of various diets such as paleo, primal, vegan, keto, I.F., and more.
Paula Bruno, Ph.D. and L.Ac., is a master of all things holistic health. Although trained in many modalities, she spends most of her time treating patients with acupuncture and Asian body-work therapies such as Tui Na. In this episode, she will sit down with Corrina to explain how Traditional Chinese Medicine works, and why it became her favorite approach to healing.