Today Theresa sits down with trauma informed yoga teacher, Tara Sanders, and talks about the what and the why of trauma informed yoga and how she survived her own childhood trauma and the practices she uses to live her best life. Next Jenny Lee Fowler joins Theresa. Jenny is a paper cutting artist who both talks about this beautiful art form and shares her journey through her re-diagnosis of breast cancer, how she’s taking care of herself and feeling the love of her family and community.
Talking with yoginis and teachers, Shawn Harrison, Cory Nakasue and Nidhi Adhiya-Huba about the why and how of what they do, listening to the wisdom of the body, the return of the feminine, the benefits of yoga and meditation, getting out of boxes and structure and into chaos and freedom, women’s circles, rituals and what their own personal daily self care practices look like.
Theresa’s in Italy! Shana Falana’s last day on the show! Katy Kondrat ‘behind the scenes’ and food economy, and an intimate look into Jolie Holland’s creative life! Self Care “GET OVER IT”.
Today special guest Renee (Darmstadt) Keplinger shares her story of recovering from a severe hormone imbalance. She is joined by Dr. Amy Novatt who answers questions from Theresa, Renee and guest callers about hormones, birth control, pap smears, HPV and surgical menopause.
Girl Talking about Hilma af Klint, of course. Aimee Herman joins us in studio to talk about her upcoming YA novel, Everything Grows, which explores concepts such as coming out, gender identity, bullying, mental health and forgiveness. Next we play Shana’s interview with Heidi Vanderlee, a publicist and musician with the band Early Riser, who dives into the music industry, feminism and following a creative career. Self Care is about always doing your best and listening to your BODY!
Shana’s on the road to Brooklyn for a big sold out show tonight with Yeasayer! Theresa’s holding down things with first guest Amy Gonzalez-Nelsen, founder of Bravery Brigade who shares how she helps women find their own bravery. Our second guest is Holly Glogau Morgan, a writer and a woman who is persevering through a debilitating illness and inspiring us all how to be our best selves despite life’s challenges!
Girl talking about our super fun road trip to the Good Fight Herb Co. in Hudson to interview the AMAZING Lauren Giambrone, herbalist, teacher, healer. We also got to meet a neighboring business the Rolling Grocer and talk to Sehla Graham about food accessibility. Self care is herb talk of course and a little astrology too!
Girl talking about stepping away and getting hitched! Olga Sahej is a musician and QiGong teacher who healed from debilitating arthritis leading her into a deep awareness of how to heal the body from within. Our second guest, Aki Goto, is a multimedia artist who shares about her art project called “NOW” which is all about being in the present moment and understanding the emotion of the moment. She too has a story of healing from illness, both hers and her partners. Some serious self care throughout the whole show!!!
New FM signal is HOT! Martha Frankel on Woodstock Bookfest is up first talking about writing and of course books. We’re then joined by Erica Brown, Ani Kaiser and Shawna Dunworth, three women who work and have worked in Kingston, a town that is experiencing rapid growth, but at what cost? How do we take care of ourselves and others, really???
Girl talking about Italy and how #metoo hasn’t quite arrived there! First guest Dani Hughes, founder of Divine Asset Management, talks about how to see budgeting as self care, overcoming the shame and the guilt of our financial situation and working her way through a male dominated field. Our second guest Diane Reeder, owner of the Kingston Candy Bar, goes deep into food dignity, the zero waste food movement and the power and importance of volunteering. Self care brings you a Tarot reading in honor of the Spring Equinox Full Super Moon Aries astrological New Year!