How is the modern world taxing your body — and what are simple, easy ways to support and enhance your physical wellbeing?
Welcome back Deanna Appleton! She’s officially gone above and beyond as my functional medicine practitioner by sharing her secrets with all of us. Deanna’s back for the final part of our Optimal Wellness series.
Please join me in welcoming Georgia Thompson Perkins to the TalkRx podcast! Georgia is the mastermind behind the wellness and nutrition resources from Goodness with G.
Our live-recorded conversation happened first on Linkedin, where Georgia — a.k.a. “G” — joined me to share her wealth of knowledge on nutrition, fitness, and her holistic approach to healing on the spectrum anywhere from burnout to wellness!
G wears many different hats… Not only is she a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach — she also practices as a yoga sculpt instructor and leads burnout-recovery classes.
As the world moves faster by the day, having easy-to-grab snacks to get you through your busy days—is just a good idea!
Today I’d like to welcome back my functional medicine practitioner, Deanna Appleton. She’s back for part 2 of our Optimal Wellness series. For those of us who aren’t always the best of meal planners, Deanna will share some simple and practical snacks to fuel our bodies with the energy we need to tackle the day.
Sarah is an ex-corporate powerhouse, turned burnout expert—and her unique mindfulness methods are helping her and her clients recover and THRIVE after experiencing burnout! She founded Dreamgarten last year in an effort to help companies and individuals recover from burnout and realign their lifestyle to fulfill their highest goals.
In this live-recorded episode, Sarah and Doctor Neha share a vulnerable conversation around their own experiences with burnout. You’ll have the opportunity to determine where you fall on the scale from burnout to optimal wellness—and learn how to start healing!
Have you ever noticed how easy it is to snap at someone or get tongue-tied when you’re stressed?
A colleague on my team, Jamie-Clare de la Chapelle, is back to share—what to say when you don’t know what to say!
Inevitably, if you’re stressed, you may struggle to find the right words. When you’ve been in survival mode for a long time, it can be difficult to “switch off” the anxiety that once seemed necessary—and step into a space of self confidence and peace.
How do you prepare food in an easy way—a way that also nourishes your body?
Deanna Appleton is a functional medicine practitioner. She has been a friend and colleague of mine for decades—but her knowledge became crucial for me when I picked up a parasite on my travels and it damaged the lining of my gut and resulted in a skin rash all over my body and face.
Deanna helped me heal my body from the inside out.
Jamie-Clare de la Chapelle, my team’s Community Experience Director, joins me for the second part of her live coaching session to talk through 5 steps to calm your mind in moments of acute anxiety. Or as I like to call it, my “Back from the Future” Tool!
The simplest way to describe anxiety is—a failed attempt to control the future. It’s fueled by fear and the uncertainty of the unknown. Worry keeps us occupied,
Let’s talk about anxiety! Anxiety is something we’ve all dealt with at one time or another. In this episode, Jamie-Clare de la Chapelle, our Community Experience Director, joins me for a live coaching session. We’re talking through all-things-anxiety:
A new way to address everyday anxiety
Learning to interpret to your body’s physical signals (like throat constriction, chest tightness, shortness of breath)
The power of reconnecting to what matters most to you
Part 3 of 3—What is spirituality? What are the ties between spirituality and conspiracy theories?
Suzanne Guillette is with me to talk through this final portion of our spirituality series. As an intuitive, empath, and astrologer, Suzie explores the unknown on a regular basis, and yet she maintains a firm belief in her values and discerns truth impeccably. The topic of the day is conspiracy theories, and it’s an intriguing conversation… to say the least!
Let’s dive in…
Spirituality is an expansive way of thinking about the world and the interconnections between us,
How do you know if something is true or not? In complex situations, how do you decide what to believe?
Logical, type-A personalities may not be as open to experiences using internal data and intuition. Critical thinkers may base their decisions on what is tangible and what they can see. This is important data, but it is not the only data. So where do you turn when you need more information?