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Encore • Mindfulness and Chronic Illness • Accept What Is • Surrender and Be Free

Nichole Proffitt, mindfulness coach for women, somatic experiencing practitioner Mindfulness and Chronic Illness: Nichole Proffitt ( ) had been seriously practicing meditation for years when her first fibromyalgia symptoms developed, and (plot-twist) meditation was making it all worse. This isn’t an episode about traditional meditation and using it to heal from illness. It’s an episode about accepting what is, seeking out your truth, surrendering to your...


Encore • Feng Shui for Health and Wellness Optimization with Ashley Cantley

Ashley Cantley, Feng Shui expert, manifester, mama bear Feng Shui for Health: Ashley Cantley was drawn to this ancient Chinese practice when faced with healing from a toxic relationship. Similarly, I only started putting attention on my living space when I was sick and doing some healing of my own. Most people who have a current #lifegoal of “heal from illness” are in bed, and, in that case, shouldn’t the bedroom feel like a sanctuary? I believe that my living space is a reflection of how I...


Encore: 55. How to Heal Anxiety with Amy B. Scher

Amy B. Scher, How to Heal Anxiety Amy B. Scher ( ) is the best-selling author of the new book How To Heal Yourself From Anxiety When No One Else Can. As an expert in mind-body healing, she uses energy therapy techniques to help those experiencing emotional and physical challenges to move on and heal permanently and completely. Amy has been featured in CNN, CBS, Cosmopolitan, Washington Post, and more. Most importantly, she lives by her self-created motto: When life...


Encore: Healing from an Act of Violence• Forgiving Your Perpetrator

Megan's Story: Twenty years ago, on a beautiful Monday afternoon in Portland, Oregon, Megan was violently attacked and sexually assaulted by a stranger. It was luck that saved her life, but the emotional wounds carried on for years to follow. In this episode, Megan bravely shares her story and the tools she used to navigate this random act of violence. Today, in her big, full life, she is free from the power he had over her, and she has come to a place of total forgiveness. Interested in...


28. Encore: Everything You Need to Know about Vaginal Steaming with Steamy Chick Founder Keli Garza

Steamy Chick Vaginal Steaming 101: How many of you are shaking your heads in amusement? How many of you are doing that but also VERY curious? And how many of you are just like, this sounds weird but I am excited! After so many years dealing with periods that are so heavy I'm left chronically anemic, I had an entirely open mind when I first heard about vaginal steaming. Five months ago, a friend responded to a Facebook post I had written (Ladies! Any and all advice to slow the flow??)...


62. Using Food to Heal with Nutritionist Kerah Henebery

Kerah Henebery and Food to Heal Kerah obtained both her B.S. in Dietetics and M.S. in Health Promotion/Allied Health Sciences from the University of Connecticut. Her diverse background as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist includes both clinical inpatient and outpatient support for pediatric and adult populations, but her true passion lies in using food to heal and applying an integrative approach to patient care in her private practice, Pursue Wellness. Kerah has particular interests in...


61. Lyme disease, Fecal Transplants, and God

Sascha Alexander: Sascha ( ) is a Professional Life, Health, and Business Coach. She started her health journey five years ago when she fell suddenly ill at age 28 with a progressive multi-system mystery illness that was stripping her of her life. Here is our first podcast episode with the whole story. ( ) She then sleuthed her way to health by developing a system called the Six Root Causes of...


60. Heavy Metal Detox with Wendy Myers

Heavy Metal Detox with Wendy Myers Wendy Myers ( ) is on a mission to help millions figure out that last missing piece of the puzzle in resolving their fatigue, brain fog and health issues - heavy metal detox. Wendy reveals cutting edge science-backed tips on heavy metal detoxification, heavy metals testing, detox protocols like infrared saunas, ideal detox diet, weight loss, thyroid conditions, adrenal fatigue and surprising hidden sources of heavy metal toxicity. Wendy...


59. Lyme disease Awareness Month with Eva Hagberg Fisher

Lyme disease Awareness 2019 This year, I asked friend and recurring guest, Eva Hagberg Fisher to join me in an open conversation about Lyme disease awareness. Eva Hagberg Fisher ( ) is an author, educator, and media strategist. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wallpaper, Dwell, Wired, Tin House, Guernica, and more. How To Be Loved, about the life-saving power of friendship, is her debut memoir and was called “stunning” by the New York Times,...


58. Lyme disease Podcast: Gut Health and Laughter with Cindy Kennedy

Cindy Kennedy In this Lyme disease podcast episode, I interview Cindy Kennedy ( ). Cindy is a Nurse Practitioner who worked in women’s health for over 20 years. She practiced gynecology and has cared for thousands of patients. Unbeknownst to her, she contracted Lyme disease. She never saw a tick, or a bullseye rash. Her symptoms were subtle at first, and then in 2011 her disease struck with vengeance. Even as a knowledgeable health care professional, the struggles to...


57. I Lost My Sense of Smell! Now What?

Stephanie Feuer: Stephanie Feuer ( is a New York City-based writer and marketing executive. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Slate, NBC News THINK, Narratively, Organic Life, The Forward and numerous anthologies. She lost her sense of smell after a virus in the summer of 2017 and is currently writing a reported memoir about smell. Join Jackie Shea and Stephanie in "I Lost my Sense of Smell. Now What?" as they discuss Stephanie's touching journey with...


56. The Life-Saving Power of Friendship with Eva Hagberg Fisher

The Power of Friendship Eva Hagberg Fisher ( ) is an author, educator, and media strategist. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wallpaper, Dwell, Wired, Tin House, Guernica, and more. She holds degrees in architecture from Princeton and UC Berkeley, and a PhD in Visual and Narrative culture from UC Berkeley. How To Be Loved, about the life-saving power of friendship, is her debut memoir and was called “stunning” by the New York Times, “dazzling” by...


54. The Overcomer: How this Young Adult Healed from Colon Cancer

Truitt Taylor: Truitt Taylor ( is the owner of Taylor Design Shop, a stage 3 cancer survivor and the host of the One Percent Podcast. In 2012, Truitt was unexpectedly diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer at just 31 years old. After completing surgery, 10 rounds of chemo and 25 rounds of radiation, he finished treatment and healed from colon cancer in 2013. Inspired by being cancer free for 5 years, Truitt launched the One Percent Podcast. On the OPP he...


53. Why Kristen Carbone Chose to Have a Preventative Double Mastectomy

Kristen Carbone, founder of Billiantly, a brand that provides support for women after mastectomy Kristen Carbone: Kristen is the founder of Brilliantly, a brand that provides the support women need on their journey toward feeling vital and strong in their mind and body after mastectomy. Motivated by her own personal experience losing her mother to cancer and then electing to have a preventative double mastectomy, she is committed to providing solutions that help women deal with long-term...


52. Relieve Stress Naturally with Alphabiotics

David Bransky, Developmental Alphabioticist Alphabiotics Just like computers, when things start overheating, we need to reboot and reset in order to function most effectively. (Or function at all.) Alphabiotics is an alignment process that aims to do just that: Reset the body into its pure state of balance and relaxation. The Alignment process is accomplished with you lying on your back with your head at the high end of the alignment table. The process involves a unique and invigorating...


51. How to (Actually) Help a Sick Friend

Jason Snell, Friend, Artist, clearly takes a great rugged phot How to Help a Sick Friend: Jason Snell ( and I have been friends for 12 years. Initially, we trauma-bonded and built our friendship on codependency, then, years later, we got lucky enough to build a healthy, nourishing, peaceful and fun friendship. Jason—lucky for him— happens to have multiple close friends who have struggled with extreme chronic illness. Why did I bring him on? Because he has subtly been...


50. A Story Submerged in Inspiration, Hope (and Great White Sharks) with Swimmer Kim Chambers

Kiwi, record-setting, marathon open-water swimmer KIM CHAMBERS is courageous AF, photo by director Kate Webber Kim Chambers Record-setting, marathon open-water swimmer Kim Chambers ( from New Zealand, has conquered great odds to be here. Still very much in recovery mode from yet another life-threatening medical setback, she came on to share valuable lessons from her story of perseverance, resilience and hope. It was a grave injury and severe depression that took Kimberly...


49. Holiday Self-Care Tips That Will Change Your Life with Eva Hagberg Fisher

Eva Hagberg FIsher, Author of upcoming book, "How to be Loved" Holiday Self-Care Tips: This can be a stressful time of year for everyone. Add chronic illness to the mix and it can be totally daunting. Like, is there a cave I can hide in until January 2nd daunting. Join me and Eva Hagberg Fisher as we embark on a discussion about holiday self-care tips and end up talking about the deepest level of self-care that will support you all year long and *probably* change your life! I know that's a...


48. Naturopathic Medicine and Healing From Home with Dr. Emily Wiggins

Emily Wiggins, licensed naturopathic doctor, badass Emily Wiggins Emily Wiggins ( is an Oregon licensed naturopathic doctor. She graduated from National University of Natural Medicine after finding naturopathic medicine through her own struggle with polycystic ovarian syndrome. Emily helps people suffering from chronic illness restore their health and feel better. She believes you are more than your illness and it is your personal experiences and the unique nature of your...


47. Getting Back on Stage—Hemorrhagic Stroke Recovery

Maggie Whittum, actress, stroke survivor, activist Show Notes: Maggie Whittum's ( entire (charmed) life changed after she suffered a massive hemorrhagic stroke at age 33, leaving her with many disabilities and challenges, including extreme visual impairments, intense chronic nerve pain, a paralyzed face, and a weak and uncoordinated left side. She is in the process of creating "The Great Now What", a documentary film about her story, which she hopes will be a...