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Wild plants taste wild. My favorite edible invasive weed, as many of you know, is Thistle. Wild edible plants grow in your ecosystem. What is the connection between edible plants, your immune system and allergies? Listen to this podcast - to get the health, nutritional and medicinal benefits of wild edible plants. When you connect to wild plants the inner ecosystem of your body and your outer ecosystem reintegrate.You rewild yourself. As a result - you are smarter, have more energy, and a larger sphere of care.  Wild plants are...

Say you want to meditate. Say you want more sleep. Say you want to slim down by extending your fasting time. The habits of the person you want to become next… those habits you can make your reality more quickly if you know how to do exactly what I walk you through in this meditation. For strict meditators… this isn’t really a meditation. Technically, it’s an inquiry practice. A practice where you ask yourself a question. Then you listen. Then you stabilize the answer in your cells. The yogis knew...

If you have been closely following our podcast and social media, you should know by now that Cate has embarked on an experimental journey with shivambu. This ancient practice consists of using your urine for therapeutical ends and the benefits cover everything from skin to dental health. Cate first read about urine therapy 20 years ago and recently reconnected with the concept recently after being asked about it by a Yoga Health Coaching member. When conducting research on it, she was surprised to discover how understudied the subject is. Cate...

Menstruation is still a taboo. But why aren’t we openly discussing it? And why are we taught that having your period equals pain when it really doesn’t need to? Menstruation should be viewed as a reckoning. A way for your body to let you know what is working and what is not. In modern western society, there is a lot of shame regarding not only menstruation but also topics like fertility, perimenopause, and menopause, and the result is confusion. At the same time, all your reproductive phases feed off each other,...

Charlotte (46) and Georgia (13) hiked 789 miles from Mexico to Utah. It all started with boredom. Georgia was bored of being stuck at home looking at a screen due to pandemic measures. And her mom Charlotte, an experienced hiker and runner had the idea to go on a hike. The Arizona Trail, as it is called, turned out to be a crazy, amazing trip. Meeting only other hikers along the way, they experience the diversity of the Arizona landscape, adjusted to the hard conditions, and bonded deeply. Listen to the episode...

When faced with the idea of drinking our own urine, most of us would shy away. But at Yogahealer, there is openness to experiment. That’s why when Megan Macdonald mentioned urine therapy on a live session, instead of dismissing it altogether, Cate embarked on a research and experimentation journey. What if the secret to better skin, looking younger, and curing a wide array of diseases was created by you on a daily basis? Your urine is unique, and it contains the exact components your body needs at any given moment. Listen to...

Have you ever wondered what stands between you and your deepest desires? Most times, the answer is knowledge. But what if there were a few simple rules that could help achieve, not only your current goals but your higher purpose? In yoga, we call them niyamas. The niyamas are a set of five ancient rules or universal laws, which aim at your internal wellbeing. By following them, you will be better able to identify your goals, make peace with where you are, and develop the necessary discipline to achieve your goals....

Alan Watts said most people walk around in constant opposition to themselves. It may seem like a bold statement, but try asking yourself - How have you been in opposition to yourself the past week? Was it that time you picked up your phone instead of having a break? When you held your tongue in a conversation? Or was it when you doubted yourself? Because our awareness is moving outward, we tend to outsource for information and advice we should be seeking from within ourselves. But when you start to look...

Juliana Willsen was experiencing extreme brain fog and chronic fatigue when she was diagnosed with a severe mold infection. The symptoms weren’t new, but the diagnosis was made clear when she discovered a cabinet filled with black mold. She was immediately told not to return home. It was the beginning of a recovery that would take years. The path to recovery took Juliana to Body Thrive, in an effort to eliminate the mold completely out of her body. With help from Ayurveda and the community, she regained her energy and overcame...

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