In this episode we hear from Trish Twiford Perfetto about her experience in the healing spaces of Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine and her observations of the impact of stress on conception, fertility and the state of the human body during an era of hyper vigilance and survival.
In this episode we hear from Teddi Cripps, about her accidental entrepreneurial journey, building from inspiration, fueling creativity and making continuous pivots in work and business to make time for motherhood.
In this episode we hear from Pia Thompson of Sweet Digs, about taking a brave step in the direction of joy, creating safe spaces, being yourself all the time everywhere and cultivating an authentic life that truly sparks joy.
8. – The Parent-Pediatrician Relationship, Navigating Postpartum, and Information Overload in Parenting w/ Dr. Krupa Playforth
In this episode we hear from Dr. Krupa Playforth of The Pediatrician Mom, about the parent-pediatrician relationship, navigating postpartum, and information overload in parenting.
In this episode we hear from Mary Van Geffen about parenting strong-willed kids, therapeutic resonance and what it means to embrace that gift in us as we mother.
6. – Pleasure, Divine Direction and Clearing Generational Trauma After Losing a Mother w/ Leigah Locke
In this episode we hear from Leigah Locke about her journey through the unexpected loss of her mother, navigating an autoimmune disease and finding herself, the divine, and her path through learning and pleasure.
In this episode we hear from Maya Tyler about widowhood life, creating a life you love after great loss, and the best kind of support to lend to someone experiencing loss.
In this episode we hear from Dr. Katie Blake about faith, finding your own way, relationship, creating spiritually diverse spaces, and the journey to and through deconstruction as women in a modern world.
In this episode we hear from Surabhi Veitch, about creating your strongest body ever after having a baby (in less time than you think)
In this episode we chat with Margaret James on permission, rest, self preservation and cultivating healing and restorative rituals with love and devotion.