• Join us in a captivating session with Keri Nola as we delve into the transformative journey of reconnecting with our bodies. Together, we explore the vital role of breath as a bridge to this homecoming, highlighting the art of slowing down to immerse ourselves fully in the rhythm of our breathing.

    Throughout our discussion, we recognize the breath's ever-changing nature, encouraging a compassionate acceptance of each unique moment. We also explore the importance of self-compassion, letting go of self-criticism and embracing our experiences just as they are.

    We wrap up our dialogue with heartfelt appreciation for the enlightening insights shared by our esteemed guest, and for the impactful contributions Keri makes to this field.

    In this episode:

    0:00:02 Introduction to Keri Nola: The Queen of Abundance

    0:01:42 Soul-led Choices and Early Signs of Healing

    0:04:01 The Metaphoric Death: Embracing Change and Spiritual Crisis

    0:06:31 The Wisdom of the Body and Deep Listening

    0:08:24 Embracing Intuition as a Birthright and Awakening Humanity

    0:12:28 Awakening Intuition: Ayurvedic Medicine and Shamanism

    0:14:38 Embracing Simplicity and Trusting Self-Intuition

    0:16:17 Clair ability and the discomfort of being empathic

    0:18:06 Embracing the gift of sensing and intuition

    0:26:19 Understanding the concept of shadow work

    0:28:54 Exploring different modalities of self-exploration and healing

    0:33:43 Discovering the Healing Power of Slowness

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  • On this episode of the Kerby Method podcast, Holly Bertone shares her journey of resilience and building mental strength. She emphasizes the power of gratitude and different approaches based on personality types.

    We discuss gratitude from a fresh perspective, and Holly offers practical insights into how we can use gratitude to pull us out of slumps or stuck-ness. We discuss the merits and value of real rest, and how to begin finding it on a "felt-sense" level to really let it sink in.

    Holly encourages listeners to embrace gratitude and, as always, we share ways to find home within ourselves.

    In this podcast episode:

    0:00:00 Introducing Holly Bertone, a transformational mindset coach

    0:03:05 Cancer diagnosis: life before and after

    0:05:45 Forced resignation: rock bottom with health and career

    0:08:21 Attaching value to external achievements and identity

    0:10:08 Addressing emotional toxins and restoring balance

    0:12:12 Learning the concept of true rest and unraveling patterns

    0:14:24 Using gratitude to rewire the brain and shift hormones

    0:14:50 Embracing resilience and learning from rock bottom experiences

    0:17:02 Using gratitude to shift out of the struggle cycle

    0:19:07 Overriding body signals and the consequences of neglecting self-care

    0:21:04 Cultivating the ability to listen to and trust our bodies

    0:23:35 The positive impact of gratitude on mental and physical well-being

    0:24:33 Opening the door to gratitude

    0:25:51 Meeting gratitude where it is

    0:28:58 Getting unstuck and embracing gratitude

    0:34:57 Starting the day with a gratitude competition

    You can find Holly Bertone on: Her website: https://pinkfortitude.mykajabi.com/

    Quiz and Free Gift: https://academy.pinkfortitude.com/podcast-landing-welcome

    Gratitude Builds Fortitude Podcast: https://academy.pinkfortitude.com/blog

    Holly’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/holly.bertone/

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  • On this episode of the Kerby Method podcast, Linda Mench, a clinical board-certified nutrition specialist, joins us to discuss her work in helping women during perimenopause and menopause.

    She explains the difference between her role as a nutritionist and that of a counselor or dietitian, and how she develops personalized nutrition plans based on lab results and medical history.

    We dive into the use of the Dutch test for hormone analysis and explore the importance of open conversations about menopause.

    We also touch on the benefits of personalized nutrition, managing stress and cortisol levels, and the launch of Linda's Menopause Project.

    Tune in for valuable insights and support during this stage of life.

    In this podcast episode:

    0:02:30 Difference between a clinical nutrition specialist and other nutrition professionals

    0:08:18 Individualized nutrition: macronutrients and micronutrients

    0:10:04 Plant-based eating and the gut microbiome

    0:16:51 Early signs of menopause: sleep, mood changes, hot flashes

    0:19:01 Embracing the new chapter of life and finding fulfillment

    0:20:12 Donuts, sugar high, and menopause education

    0:27:24 Importance of mindfulness and meditation practice

    0:28:20 Prioritizing movement and rest

    0:30:08 Embracing menopause as a natural and beautiful transition

    0:33:22 Introducing the Menopause Project: a journey of self-discovery and support

    0:35:36 Exploring nutrition, mindfulness, and restorative care in menopause

    0:37:22 Holiday special and future launches of the menopause project

    0:39:25 COVID and its potential link to perimenopausal symptoms

    0:41:26 Linda's work and availability for online consultations

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  • In this episode, I speak with Whitney Benjamin, a healing artist and movement teacher. She shares her experience as an empath and intuitive healer, emphasizing the importance of trusting intuition and giving clients power in their healing process.

    We discuss her work in athletic somatics, promoting psycho-physical intelligence in young female athletes. Whitney incorporates Tarot and hosts medicine ceremonies, highlighting the need for consent and boundaries.

    We also discuss the influence of culture on embodiment and the importance of intuitive movement.

    Our conversation emphasizes regaining sovereignty over our bodies and incorporating intuitive practices in our lives.

    In this episode:

    0:01:58 Discussion on psychic abilities and grounding

    0:04:24 Openly addressing psychic abilities and boundaries

    0:06:21 Everyone's ability to tune into energy

    0:08:38 Somatic athletic education for young female athletes

    0:10:30 Introduction to mixed yoga arts for athletes

    0:16:42 The Influence of female athletes on culture

    0:20:25 The transformative experience of playing softball in italy

    0:25:18 Exciting travel plans and climbing adventures

    0:30:11 Tips for middle-aged women in nervous system regulation and athletics

    0:33:52 The power of movement for anxiety relief

    You can find Whitney on:

    Instagram - @whitneylynnbenjamin


    Whitney Benjamin discusses the power of intuition in healing and empowering clients, emphasizing athletic somatics and intuitive practices.

  • In our first episode, I speak with Adelaide Marcus about her nomadic lifestyle, love for belly dance, and embracing art. We explore her journey of rebuilding a cabin in the forest, her inclusive approach to teaching belly dance, and the power of this art form for healing and self-awareness. We also discuss her experience with renovating an ambulance and her plans for the future. Tune in for an inspiring conversation!

    In this episode:03:02 Introduction and background of Adelaide Marcus

    08:22 Creating a safe space for men in women's classes

    11:19 Preserving body changes through art and celebrating existence

    15:03 Breast casting as a form of embodied art

    17:35 Belly dance as a centering practice

    26:18 Embracing a life of gripping experiences

    28:56 Learning resourcefulness and managing stress on the road

    31:52 Embracing mutually beneficial circumstances and moving forward

    34:32 Overcoming social anxiety and embracing imperfection

    38:32 Seeking a new space for art and community

    44:28 The challenges and logistics of van life

    47:58 Trade-offs and the joys of traveling in a van

    You can find Adelaide on:

    Instagram - @artbyadelaide

    Her website - artbyadelaide.com

    Recommended titles:

    Nomadic Lives and Embodied Art: Adelaide Marcus on Belly Dance and Building Community

    Adelaide Marcus: On the Road to an Embodied Art Center and the Healing Power of Belly Dance

    Journeys of Art and Identity: Adelaide Marcus on Belly Dance, Inclusivity, and the Freedom of Nomadic Living

  • Please join me for this wonderful episode with published author, Christy Hughes. As a woman in recovery, Christy shares her story of transformation both in and beyond recovery. She talks about tenacity and coming into her own as a woman and a human -- recognizing she can do hard and amazing things. 

    She shares with us about her book, what it takes to actually accomplish a project so large, and her pathway to recognizing her own inner strength. Her book is a memoir interwoven with the stories of her grandmothers and their pervasive wisdom. 

    Christy currently resides in Fort Worth, TX with her husband and two dogs. They spend weekends on their Central Texas homestead, which will someday be teeming with goats, pig, bees and veggies. Until then, Christy works full time in the pet industry and spends much of her spare time writing or on the yoga mat

    She is also the founder of The Brave Kind, a community dedicated to supporting spiritual and personal growth for all of us. 

    If you've ever thought about writing a book, tune in as Christy shares with us how she did it!

    If you are new in recovery and want to know you're not alone, feel inspired and supported, tune in as Christy shares with us how she did it!

    Enjoy the episode and check out Christy's book!!!! 

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  • Catherine Peters is a Certified Professional Mindset Coach and Energy Leadership Master Practitioner. After a long and successful career creating multiple businesses and traveling the world, Catherine faced burnout on an epic level. A breast cancer diagnosis in 2018 changed the trajectory of her life. In her search to heal herself and her life, she answered a long-time calling to help others as well. She now helps her clients heal their minds, clearing out the crap in their heads so they can finally create the life of their dreams, filled with magic, purpose, and lots of joy.

    Join me in this lively yet restful conversation with Cat as we pick apart WHY resting is so taboo in our current societal paradigm. Cat enlightens us to the true power of the nap, and provides practical information to get started on cultivating your own nap practice. 

    We discuss the importance of identifying your own story around rest and napping, how napping boots your productivity and has a myriad of health benefits, and the best time of day and duration to get the most out of your nap.

    If you are like many of us -- burn out, overwhelm, and fatigue seem to be just a part of life. Nap advocates like Cat are here to tell you there is another way! 

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  • Ever dream of quitting your job and wandering off into the forest? Then you will love hearing Julia's story of what led her to do exactly that, and how she continues to be a full time long distance backpacker. 

    Julia, aka Rocket, is on the trail right now, backpacking the Continental Divide, and I was lucky enough to sit down with her a few days before she left. 

    Julia is a full time adventure lover and long distance backpacker. She started her journey over 2 years ago when she quit her job and sold all of her belongings and hiked the entire Appalachian trail. Before that she struggled with finding her happiness and after working as a nurse she realized that everyday is a blessing. She has since hiked over 3000 miles and has many more planned. She has struggled with her mental health since childhood and has found nothing more cathartic and healing than long distance backpacking.

    If you are curious about getting started on any outdoor adventure, Julia offers plenty of encouragement, practical advice, and resources. We all walk our own path in life, and what a pleasure to spend time with someone who is so passionately walking the life that works best for her. 

    Gather your adventurous souls and join me for a great episode! 

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  • Settle in and strap on your hats for this informative and life changing episode with Sarah K Ramsey. Sarah is a Toxic Relationship Specialist and the world’s leading expert on how to become Toxic Person Proof. She is best selling author of the book Becoming Toxic Person Proof and host of a globally-acclaimed podcast. She works with women who have experienced toxic relationships and who remain stuck in a cycle of pain and confusion transform their minds and lives by taking back their power, recreating a life they are excited about living and bringing renewed energy, clarity, and excellence into establishing careers and relationships they love. 

    Sarah is a true expert and a delightful human, she offers advice on how to identify toxic people in our lives, and ways to navigate the complexities of these relationships. I personally learned a lot during our talk and I know you will too. 

    If you are ready to open the door to becoming toxic person proof in all of your relationships, give this episode a listen and walk away with a  new understanding of human behavior and your place in it!

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  • I am joined today by the fabulous Amber Petty, who shares a plethora of wisdom with us. A freelance writer and entrepreneur, Amber speaks to finding creative satisfaction outside of traditional means.

    After spending 13 years in New York as an actor, Amber got tired of waiting around for auditions and started freelance writing. Six years later, she's written for the New York Times, Thrillist, Greatist, Parade, MTV.com, Bustle, and even Snooki's blog. In her Freelance Writing for Actors & Creatives class, she's helped students go from no previous experience to bylines in Business Insider, Huffington Post, Thrillist, Eater, and more.

    We talk about the internal shift she went through with transitioning from an actor to a freelance writer, and what helped her to move forward through a difficult time. She mentions more than once the importance of establishing areas of our lives and creativity that are within our control to help propel us forward.

    Amber also shares some hilarious and inspiring moments from her time in NYC as an actor and in performing with The Upright Citizen’s Brigade. She drops pearls of wisdom on what it means to really live your dream, and how to take a look at if the current lifestyle you’re living matches up to the dream you’ve imagined.

    Amber is a real gem; I am clearly a fan! If you are a creative person trying to find your way, this episode is for you. You are not alone in your struggles and dreams, girl, we are right there with you!

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  • Join me for a sweet and lively discussion with author and self proclaimed woman with moxie, Lori Brooks. 

    Lori is an accomplished/published writer and photographer, and was not a hiker prior to the journey she outlines in her book. Lori published her first memoir in February 2020. Her memoir covers a landmark and poignant slice of time in her life. On the edge of her 59th birthday Lori experienced an awakening on a solo hike in Death Valley National Park, which led to a divinely gifted idea of hiking her way to her 60th birthday, with no other agenda than to transform her health. It became known as the Sixty60 Journey, 60 hikes to 60 years. What actually transpired in that year and beyond is what she calls her "Unintended Positive Consequences of Hiking" also the title of her memoir.

    Lori shares many aspects of her story with me, from comical to grief laden experiences, in our talk together. She offers practical advice for anyone looking to transform their health or try something new and adventurous. 

    Enjoy this episode and hopefully we will see you on the trail!

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  • I had the great pleasure to speak with Tammy Roth: PhD, Soul Coach, sober woman, and counselor of empaths. She is a wonderful guest and gives hope and strength to anyone who is highly sensitive or empathetic and worries that this may be a negative attribute.

    Tammy Roth is an intuitive and creative empath who spent most of her life numbing out her gifts with alcohol, over achieving, food, and any other distractions she could find. She is now on a mission to guide women in recovery to learn to embrace their gifts of sensitivity and empathic abilities. Her focus is to help women drop beneath the personality and ego to the soul level to nurture their innate gifts. Tammy's background includes 20 years as a holistic psychotherapist and now works solely as an intuitive soul coach. She offers women's retreats and groups both online and in person on The Forgotten Coast of Florida.

    She explains the difference between empathy and being an empath, enlightens us to the scale of highly sensitive people, and offers strength and wisdom to moving on this path.

    Tammy shares her own journey with recovery and her multifaceted talents and professional career. She now focuses on working with the soul and leading humans to a deeper connection with themselves and the world around them.

    Tammy explains her work with family constellations, and yes, this work is as profound and fascinating as it sounds.

    I know you will enjoy her episode and leave feeling much as I did: awakened again to the own gentle nature of my soul’s calling.

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    Tammy's website: https://www.tammyroth.com/

  • Please join me for this enigmatic interview with the lovely Jocellyn Harvey, published author and Certified Success Coach for women.

    Three things I will say about Jocellyn right off the bat: she is incredibly grounded and authentic, and has a stunning smile that truly lights up the screen.

    In our time together we discuss Jocellyn’s book, Recovering the Home and why she was inspired to write a book that focused on ways to exist and feel good in our home environment while in recovery. She shares about her writing technique and takes us through a four step process in how to re-create your environment.

    We also touch on what it was like to leave twelve step recovery and both share insights into this aspect of our journeys.

    Joceylln offers an astute understanding in taking a softer approach to live, setting realistic goals and celebrating them, and explains why she left Instagram. She also shares a practical strategy for creating I Am statements that resonate and are true for us.

    I have no doubt you will enjoy my conversation with Jocellyn, and enjoy the many insights and pearls of wisdom she offers in her truly authentic voice.

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    Jocellyn's Book Recs:

    American Fire: Love, Arson, and Life in a Vanishing Land by Monica Hesse

    The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix

  • Settle in for this fantastic episode with Wendie Taylor. I loved her approach of incorporating intuitive eating and the idea of adding more instead of restricting. 

    Wendie Taylor, MBA, RDN is registered dietitian and food/body image coach. She is working to redefine the stereotypical ideal of a “dietitian”.  She works with women to find freedom from "diet brain" and helps navigate them in their journey to Unlearn everything about dieting and uncover their inner intuitive eater!   She loves helping women that feel trapped by dieting and the scale.  Her mission is to help them to improve their relationship with their body and food so they live and be the women they were created to be.

    Wendie has a holistic and well rounded approach to physical and mental health and how food factors in to our lives and mindsets. We talked about her food personality quiz and I highly recommend you take it!

    Turns out I am a "no shame eater", which works well for me because in all honesty, I thought about a donut for much of this episode. 

    If you struggle with food, have ever struggled with food, or just want food to be easy -- please listen to this episode. Wendie's approach makes a good deal of sense and feels incredibly ease-ful. 

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    Links for Wendie:

    Website: https://wendietaylor.com/

    Facebook Group: https://facebook.com/groups/ditchingdietstogether

    Eating Personality Quiz:https://wendietaylor.com/quiz

  • I had a wonderful time getting to know Jen Butler, founder and CEO of JB partners and the SMaRT club and methodology.

    Jen brings a Master of Education degree, Board Certification as a Coach, a fresh perspective and more than 30 years of experience to business coaching. A Diplomat of the American Institute of Stress, she has created the SMaRT Club+ that addresses the 11 stepping-stones to Stress Management and Resilience Training so every team member can get back to enjoying their work and businesses and reap the financial benefits of success.

    We dive into looking at healing stress from a systemic approach, and I ask Jen what systems she finds most useful for seeing big changes in her clients. She has a profound and wonderful answer for a big question I ask on why stress is so prevalent in the western world to begin with.

    If you are someone that deals with stress or anxiety that is negatively impacting your life or your business, give this episode a listen. Jen is a true professional with a heart of gold and gave me a broader perspective on how to approach healing from stress.

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  • Join me for a highly informative and engaging episode with Sally Imeson. We discuss her multifaceted approach to wellness, why I think making gelatin is difficult, and how truly nurturing your body goes far deeper than counting calories or macros. 

    Sally was inspired by natural medicine from a young age, and has a twenty year history of studying  Beauty Therapy, Nutrition and Stress Management, and Sports Management. When she became a new wife and mother she quickly learned that emotional wellness is far more important then ‘calories, nutrients or portion sizes’. 

    Living in an environment with domestic violence and raising two children on her own showed Sally deep trauma and led her direction with trauma care investigation. She now teaches and advocates that caring for the nervous system and setting up your lifestyle to positively support the nervous system is the most nurturing nutrition philosophy to follow.

    I learned a great deal from Sally in our time together and I have no doubt you will also! Enjoy the episode.

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    Links for Sally: https://www.instagram.com/sally_family_food_coach/

  • Join me for this incredibly informative episode in exploring healthy sexuality sober! 

    Stacie Ysidro holds a special certification in Sex Coaching from Sex Coach University, is a certified erotic blueprint therapist, and a member of the world association of sex coaches. She has been coaching individuals and couples nationwide for over 10 years, helping thousands of people to embrace their authentic sexual selves, communicate effectively and heal and transform compulsive behavior patterns into positive healthy expression.

    Stacie has been drug and alcohol free for over 4 years, and this lifestyle has allowed her to specialize in the realm of sober sex. She uses her extensive education and experience to help you have the best sex of your life...Sober!

    In our conversation we discuss the importance of knowing yourself fully and asking specific questions to create a more fulfilling sexual experience. We touch on the importance of reclaiming pleasure, both in and out of our sexuality. Stacie shares some wonderful tools and profound questions that can help anyone on their journey to embracing sober sex!

    If you are on a path to sobriety and interested in cultivating a new relationship with your sexuality, this talk with Stacie will offer you practical tools and resources to get started!

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  • Please join me for this vibrant episode with the amazing Karen O’Conner, founder of the Menopause, Marriage, and Motherhood podcast. Karen is dynamic woman who sought answers from her own experience through menopause, and then went on to further share what she found out with the world. 

    After raising four children, Karen found herself smack bang in the middle of menopause and with zero idea of what to do with her life. Depressed, lonely and majorly hormonal, she was shamefully convinced that she was the only person who felt this way, as every other woman she knew seemed to have their act together. But as she began to talk to people, she realized that most women going through midlife experience a similar sort of thing. She also realized that even though menopause is something that 50% of the population will experience, it's neither understood not discussed enough. 

    Karen started her podcast, blog, and Facebook group to bring this topic into the forefront of the conversation with grace, humor, and a style all her own. 

    We have a great chat and clarify what menopause actually is, signs we can watch for as we go through perimenopause, and how we can maintain steady and sure footing as we go through these biological changes. 

    If you are a man and think this episode isn’t for you—think again! If you have any women in your life who you care about, learning and understanding what they go through throughout the lifetime of their hormonal cycles will surely make life for pleasant for both of you! 

    Enjoy this episode of real talk, plenty of giggles, and leave with a better understanding of your own biology. 

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  • Please enjoy this timely discussion I have with Beth Erlander, grief expert and grief friend.

    Beth is a Creative Grief Support Practitioner and a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado. She has a private practice focusing in grief, loss and trauma reconciliation. Beth is a Transpersonal Art Therapist and Certified EMDR Therapist too. Her main passion is using a creative somatic approach to helping others navigate grief. Her own apprenticeship to grief gave me the inside experience to be with others as they come to grips with grief too.

    Beth talks about the importance of befriending your grief, rather than fighting through it or relying on a linear timeline to heal. She is full of wisdom and grace, and this is a wonderful episode for us all, with acknowledging all of the small and large grieving we are doing collectively as a planet through the time of COVID.

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  • Welcome to 2021 with this incredible episode featuring Dr Jamie Marich, an amazing woman of many talents and fluent in multiple areas of expertise. 

    Dr. Jamie Marich describes herself as a facilitator of transformative experiences. A clinical trauma specialist, expressive artist, writer, yogini, performer, short filmmaker, Reiki master, TEDx speaker, and recovery advocate, she unites all of these elements in her mission to inspire healing in others.

    Marich is the founder of the Institute for Creative Mindfulness and the developer of the Dancing Mindfulness practice to expressive arts therapy. She is also the co-creator of the Yoga Unchained approach to trauma-informed yoga, and the developer of Yoga for Clinicians.

    In this episode we cover a lot of ground, discussing big topics such as recovery, trauma, and spirituality. Dr Jamie is a wealth of knowledge and has an incredibly warm heart. I have no doubt you will love this interview as much as I did!

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