Conscious Body Conversations Episode 28
It is due time we have a more empowered feminine conversation about alcohol...more specifically about letting go of alcohol. We all know too much can cause trouble. But in this conversation Erin and I talk about what happens at a biochemical level with even a drop. And quite possibly more importantly, what is the macro - cultural - influence of why we are drinking in the first place. From "mommy's sippy cup" to "coping juice" let's take a look at the empowered move of putting that glass down.
Erin Baker has spent her life pursuing health and wellness, spending most of her focus on clinical laboratory science. Over the years and suffering numerous health problems- including 2 autoimmune disorders- she became driven to find natural, holistic remedies for her own health. Understanding the power of our mental health and its relationship with disease, Erin has been able to make a difference in not just her own life, but the health of her family, friends, and clients.
Erin is a:
• Certified Holistic Health Practitioner
• Certified Life Coach
• Certified Health Coach
• Certified Transformational Coach
• Research Scientist
• Licensed Clinical Laboratory Technologist
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🌟The Conscious Body Conversation Series🌟
As humans, our relationship with our bodies has taken many twists and turns. In early human history we understood ourselves as spiritual beings. As time marched on and we learned more about how these bodies operate, our understanding of ourselves became more mechanical. This mechanistic view of the body has shed necessary light on the body systems, which has allowed us to innovate solutions to so many problems. And it has also created the space for disconnection, dissociation, and disembodiment.
In this video series, I chat with some of my favorite humans who have insight on how we can explore pathways to greater connection within our own sense of selves, with each other, and as co-inhabitants of this planet today.
Inhabiting our own bodies consciously is a necessary experience in progressing the field of whole health. I hope you enjoy these talks.
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Building new neural pathways through movement.