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Learn from 16 leading experts, what it really takes to reclaim your health, your happiness and your confidence after 40.
(Hint... it's not another extreme diet or outrageous exercise program.)
Krista Scott-Dixon — Compassion Your Way To Confidence
Building confidence requires that we get in the arena with new behaviors and behavior change presents you with an opportunity to rumble with challenge. Krista Scott Dixon, the head of curriculum at Precision Nutrition, shares incredible insight into where confidence really comes from and what you can do to fortify yours.
Amanda Thebe — Demystifying Menopause
The stages of perimenopause and menopause in a woman’s life can be confusing and downright debilitating if she is not armed with information to help her navigate more wisely. Amanda Thebe has made it her mission to bring cutting edge information to women so they can move through these stages of life with more compassion and sanity.
Julie Angel — Movement For Life
The fitness industry has made exercise very, very complicated. So complicated, in fact, that many women have fierce resistance to it, even though they understand the importance of it. How would your life change if you could rediscover the “joy in movement”? Well… Julie Angel can help show you how to do just that.
Kim Vopni — Why Every Woman Needs A Vagina Coach
Pelvic health is a topic that is often misunderstoond, undervalued and highly sensitive for many women. In this interview, Kim Vopni, helps women better understand the design of the pelvic floor, why women experience so many challenges with it and what can be done to maintain the health and integrity of it.
Laini Gray — Understanding Hormonal Health
Hormones govern the human body and when one gets out of wack, it can disrupt the entire endocrine system. In this interview, Laini Gray, teaches simple but powerful things you can do to avoid unnecessary struggle as you transition into perimenopause and menopause.
Kiran Ram — The Inconvenient Truth About Midlife Hormone Balance
Understanding hormonal health can be confusing, overwhelming and downright frustrating. Thank goodness for people like Kiran Ram, who can break down the wacky world of hormones into easy-to-digest bites and arm you with tools for keeping yours in their happy place.
Ali Shapiro — Eating Inconsistency: Identify And Transform The Root Causes
To say that many women have “a complicated relationship with food”, is a massive understatement. Ali Shapiro is a master of helping women to uncomplicate that relationship by teaching the root causes of our misalignment with food.
Jenny Carr — The Secret To An Anti-Inflammatory Diet
Chronic inflammation, science tells us time and time again, is the precursor to dis-ease in the body and brain. Thank goodness for people like Jenny Carr who has made it her life’s work to help people return to “real food” and significantly reduce inflammation caused by diet.
Veronica Valli — The Great Big Sober Secret
Alcohol. It is everywhere. And it is a very big part of our modern day social structure, which can make it especially diffcult to abstain from. In this interview Veronica Valli and I discuss the truth about alcohol consumption and ways to reduce it or remove it from your life entirely.
Irene Lyon — Why Stored Traumatic Stress Ages Us And What We Can Do About It
When the nervous system harbors unhealed trauma it can make it downright impossible to heal mentally and/or physically. In this interview, Irene Lyon reminds us of the importance of nurturing your nervous system and dishes out brilliant advice on how to start doing just that.
Mary Miller Brooks — Nurturing Thyroid And Gut Health
If you want confidence in your body’s ability to support you, you cannot overlook the importance of thyroid and gut health. Nutritionist, Mary Miller Brooks, share some incredible insight about how to optimize health in ways far more powerful than what traditional diet and fitness culture are marketing to you.
Brodie Welch — Breaking Up With Stress
Stress is the #1 health disruptor. If you care about your health, you must learn how to manange the things in your life that act as stressors on your life. In this interview, Brodie Welch pulls from her vast knowledge of Chinese medicine and the ancient movement practice of Qi Gong, to help you break up with stress.
Hilary Hendershott — Stepping Into Wealth
Wealth and health are closely related on so many levels. In this interview, financial expert, Hilary Hendershott, talks about that link and how women can start improving their financial situation at ANY age and stage of life.
Katie Krimitsos — Meditation Simplified
You have probably heard about the value of meditation, yes? But perhaps you have struggled to build a practice? If that is true for you... do not miss this interview! Katie takes "complicated" out of the meditation equation and shows you how to show up for it with more ease and grace.
Dr. Sarah Sarkis — The Power Of The Unconscious In Our Every Day Lives
Only a very small part of why you do what you do is accesible via conscious thought. So, if you are looking to change your behavior in meaningful ways, you must be willing to learn practices that allow you to get to know yourself on a deeper level. Dr. Sarah Sarkis helps us better understand the adaptive unconscious and how it affects your ability to change.
Jackie MacDougall — Why Being Over 40 Is Your Greatest Asset
Aging is something that a lot of women fear due to cultural conditioning, but in this conversation, Jackie MacDougall reminds us why being a woman over 40 is your greatest assest and how it is the perfect time to find and start using your voice.
Courtney has been helping women around the world take better care of themselves with more consistency and ease for the past 20 years. She is the host of the highly-rated podcast, Grace & Grit, where she helps women to expand the definition of health far beyond the topics of diet and exercise. She is a level 2 certified nutrition coach through Precision Nutrition, which is heavily rooted in behavior change science, she is a certified strength coach via the National Strength & Conditioning Association. She is also a certified life coach through The Life Coach School. Courtney is passionate about a multidimensional approach to wellness and deeply believes with the right dose of Grace & Grit anything is possible.
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