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Author, speaker, empowerment coach, and psychotherapist Becca Clegg explores how we can reclaim balance in this grind culture world that is anything but balanced. Experiences of burnout, exhaustion, and perfectionism are at an all time high, and people need to create the life they want. Each episode introduces you to some of Becca's favorite healers and helpers through conversations about emotional, mental, and spiritual healing. Using the magic you already have within you, we will seek to r ...
 
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You're in for a treat... and a crash course in the vastness of you. Holistic coach Dr. Melissa Ming Foynes joins us to dive deep into the unique pathways to healing (a.k.a. what this WHOLE season of the Inner Alchemy Podcast is about!). She discusses how what we need changes over time, meaning we have the freedom and power to curate our individual …
 
Prepared to be "wowed." This week's guest is therapist, author, and podcast host, Monica DiCristina, and man, did she ever fill this episode with invaluable insights and mindset shifts. Monica and I spend our half hour together talking about how the lies we believe about ourselves sometimes become a source of comfort because they can be less scary …
 
Let's get to the heart of the matter. In this week's episode, Becca shares the experience of her own wake up call to the realization that we are Human Beings, not Human Doings. She discusses the harm in speaking about our feelings and experiences as good versus bad, the painstaking process of becoming a butterfly, and what to do when you need to do…
 
We are joined on this week's episode by photographer and empowerment coach, Rupa Kapoor. Years ago, Rupa began what might be considered an unconventional photography business based on its tried and true mission: empower women to feel beautiful in their own skin. Through the power of vulnerability, Rupa has taught women what it's like to take baby s…
 
This week's guest is XChange facilitator, self-mastery coach and unofficial master mixtape maker, Adair Cates. Adair joins us to explore some pretty hefty questions like, "Can our pain expand our experiences?" and "How can grief be our greatest teacher?" Adair and I explore reframing the way we view our pain, returning to our breath as the anchor, …
 
I could not be more excited for you to join us for this conversation with life coach and trauma survivor, Kel Bauer, on the Inner Alchemy Podcast. I stumbled across Kel on Instagram after being drawn to one of his energetic and entirely human Instagram reels. I immediately knew this was someone I wanted to have on the show. Kel uses his online spac…
 
In this week's episode, I'm flying solo! I wanted to take a brief interlude from our usual episode structure and chat a little bit about something near & dear to my heart-- our culture. Or rather, how our cultural messaging has lead us to believe we humans are "broken" or needing "fixed." You see, as a therapist, I have seen clients come in, time a…
 
Y'all. What an enlightening conversation this was. I am joined by well-travelled and vulnerability-driven wedding photographer and creative business coach Kristin Sweeting (@kristinsweeting) on Season Two, Episode Two of the Inner Alchemy Podcast, and can I just say-- Get ready for some radical mindset shifts. We dive into how grief and vulnerabili…
 
The Inner Alchemy Podcast is BACK with Season Two, and I couldn't be more excited to kick it off with resident "Joy Coach" -- and one of my best friends-- Claire Pearson (@clairepearsoncoaching). Claire's story of reclaiming her role in the driver's seat of her life is better than your average bedtime story (and it even includes a fashion show!). I…
 
At the end of every episode, I ask my guests the same question: "What is one piece of advice or wisdom that you would give your 14 year old self?" Without fail, the answers to this question have revealed some of the most touching, insightful bits of advice, and I can think of no better way to conclude Season One of the Inner Alchemy Podcast than wi…
 
My jaw was dropped for most of this week's episode with Francie White where we talk about exercise resistance and the valuable inquiry into our own consciousness, and you'll quickly be able to tell why. Francie joins us on the Inner Alchemy Podcast to discuss what's really going on in our psyche when our lack of motivation to exercise falls by the …
 
Amy Harman joins us on this week's episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast to discuss the toxic cycle of perfection and how normalized it has become in today's perfection-chasing culture. Amy is a licensed marriage and family therapist, as well as the author of Perfectly Imperfect: Compassionate Strategies to Cultivate a Positive Body Image, and she h…
 
Unless you're an artist in a professional capacity, odds are good that you stopped drawing and doodling somewhere around middle school. Lauren Fabrizio joins me on this episode to talk about bringing that tool back as a way to process emotions and experiences when there are no words. Tune in to hear about your innate ability to create, the best pum…
 
We are joined on this week's episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast by fitness guru, hip hop enthusiast, and yogi, Shauna Harrison. Shauna joins us to chat about how the cultural relationship with movement has become distorted and motivated by self-loathing, and Shauna shares her own thoughts on how to get back to a place of joyful movement. We learn…
 
Our welcomed guest, Mary Lofgren, brings a healthy dose of 'real talk' to this week's episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast. Mary and I take a deep dive into the shame surrounding sensuality and eroticism and what it means to fully embrace your own sensuality. We discuss becoming more present in your body so that you can become more present in your …
 
I am pleased to welcome Paula Scataloni and Rachel Lewis of the Embodied Recovery Institute to the Inner Alchemy Podcast. The body is such an inherent tool to healing, but we often ignore it for the cognitive instead. Rachel and Paula’s purpose work is to show others how to get back in touch with this healing resource, especially as treatment for e…
 
It goes without saying that there are a number of BS stigmas surrounding motherhood. Whether it be perinatal mood disorders, postpartum depression, or even how freaking difficult it is to keep the kitchen clean after having a child, the lifespan of motherhood is hard enough without the high expectations we humans have of moms everywhere. I am joine…
 
We are so thrilled to be joined by Career Coach and Chief Joy Officer (what a great purpose work title, right?!), Maureen Sweatman, on this episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast. Maureen educates us on the significant differences between Career with a capital ‘C’ and purpose work, as well as a few tips to assessing if the career you’re in is truly i…
 
You know that phrase "I feel seen right now"? Well, it's safe to say that I felt super seen during this interview with confidence expert and leadership coach, Barbara Churchill, on the Inner Alchemy Podcast. Imposter syndrome is a mindset that many of us have ascribed to, making us believe that we are unworthy and we constantly have to be striving …
 
In last week's episode, I talked about pandemic burnout and the effects that this time has had on our nervous systems. We're following up this week with Jamie Singleteary, Regional Outreach Manager at Monte Nido and Affiliates, to give you tangible tips on how to work through that pandemic wall. Jamie is well-versed in the art of navigating the men…
 
As we start to make strides towards a post-COVID world, but it still remains a very real thing that presents very real challenges, I wanted to chat a little bit about pandemic burnout. As humans, we are really skilled at adapting mentally, but our nervous systems are still feeling the effects of a pretty traumatic year. In this episode, we'll talk …
 
This episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast highlights the healing power of couples’ counseling with relationship coach and therapist, Mika Ross. Mika talks about the cultural disparity between the expectations of moms and dads, as well as the misconception that couples have to wait until the relationship is too far gone to seek help. She also shares…
 
I have been anxiously awaiting my interview with iconoclast and poet, Katie Vie, and it’s finally here! Katie joins me on the Inner Alchemy Podcast to discuss something I have always found so fascinating– archetypes. Archetypes are symbols that, whether you know it or not, have become engrained in your own life and ways of communication. Katie dive…
 
Amy Jaynes joins us on the Inner Alchemy Podcast to discuss the unique approach of emotionally focused therapy to the healing process. Emotionally focused therapy, or EFT as you might hear it referred to, has become the “gold standard” of therapy, and it’s easy to tell why after hearing Amy’s insight into the process. By establishing both a cogniti…
 
Our culture has created a damning narrative around how we feel about our bodies, and we are so grateful to Inner Alchemy Podcast guest, Heidi Lynn Andersen, for joining us on this episode to tell us more about reclaiming the true definition of beauty. Our bodies hold such a wealth of wisdom, but we are conditioned to ignore it entirely. This episod…
 
On this episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast, Diane Hilleary and I dial in on self-compassion, which is a little something we could all use a lot more of. Diane is a psychotherapist and mindfulness therapist, and she shares with us a number of insights and mantras that can reframe how we interact with ourselves on a daily basis. We have to spend a …
 
Mazi Robinson joins us on this episode of The Inner Alchemy Podcast to talk about shame and vulnerability and just how powerful both of these things can be in our lives. We talk about the small steps and big leaps to becoming more unabashedly vulnerable, the "no shame" behind Mazi still using hot rollers, and saying "no" if you just really don't wa…
 
This episode couldn’t come at a better time. In a time of uncertainty and anxiety, we, as humans, are getting a crash course in surrendering. Crystal Bowlby joins us on The Inner Alchemy Podcast to discuss how transformative it can be to choose surrender, rather than use it as a last resort when we don’t know what else to do. While there are certai…
 
We are joined by Jennifer Hnat, registered dietitian nutritionist, on this episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast. Jennifer shares with us her “funky food story,” as well as how to reject the BS that our culture tells us about food. Tune in to hear how changing your mindset is everything when it comes to changing your relationship with food.…
 
We are joined by nutrition expert, Robyn Goldberg, on this episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast to talk about how crucial it is to prioritize a healthy relationship with food. Whether baking cornbread or cycling across a foreign country, Robyn’s dedication to a scheduled lunch break is only a small portion of the wisdom she offers us in this episod…
 
I am thrilled to welcome Pranic Energy Worker and good friend, Lisa Thex, on this episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast. Lisa shares her eye-opening perspective on how obstructed we, as humans, are from our own intuition. We are taught to listen to everything but ourselves when making decisions or reevaluating goals, but Lisa invites us to question …
 
Carrie VanWinkle is a social responsive investment advisor, and we are so pleased to have her on this episode of the Inner Alchemy Podcast. Not only does Carrie have some incredible insights about her 14 year old self, but her understanding of the prominence of money in our world is unparalleled. She shares the four pillars of her approach to inves…
 
In this episode, I am joined by Human Spirit Guide and good friend, Jennifer Blumenthal, to talk about the healing power of oracle cards. Jennifer shares with us her own transformative journey to her field of work by stepping outside of her comfort zone and trusting her intuition, as well as how she has witnessed oracle cards reveal the magic withi…
 
I am positively thrilled to welcome Rachel Elise Sellers to the Inner Alchemy Podcast to talk about the power of owning your own story. Our culture ascribes shame to vulnerability, but there is power in saying “no more!” to pretending. As the adage goes: “It’s okay not to be okay,” and it’s even more okay to pursue your healing wholeheartedly. Join…
 
In this episode, Dr. Anita Johnston, Ph.D. and I talk about the power that metaphor and storytelling can have in the healing process. Think about the number of times that you hear something framed in a way you’ve never thought of before, likening something entirely different to your situation. With any luck, a lightbulb flips on, and all of a sudde…
 
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