WELCOME TO WOMEN GONE VIBRANT WHERE IT IS ALL ABOUT RADICAL BODY WISDOM FOR MATURE WOMEN.
Here we revolutionize the way you think about your body. Stay tuned to courageously create the next you and step into your vibrant health evolution.
Ditch being a victim of the health care system and create the body of your dreams. You are in the right place if you want to be in the driver’s seat of your life, create your body with your body and actively design the next phase of your life. With your host Alexandra Epple who is turning badass by practicing martial arts with a yogic attitude
Hormones are often at the forefront of women’s’ minds when observing their own health. It is almost like hormones are the bad guys that cause our bodies to be off. Winslow gives us a different perspective from the viewpoint of the gut. The central message: Hormones are not the generals in charge, they are the servants. Treat your digestion like a king and your hormones will be on par.read more
Lisa Scouba had the perfect setup for a dreadful menopause. Yet, despite all stressors. She experienced hardly any symptoms through the transition. Lisa attributes her successful transition to her yoga and self-care practices. She truly practiced bad ass body wisdom that saved her from a downhill spiral. In this episode, she shares with us how she made that happen.read more
Through her own exposure to the Eastern medical model as well as a series of health challenges of her own, Dr. Beth has found alternate ways to deal with pain in the pelvic area and more often than not finds non-surgical ways to remove pain and with it the cause of discomfort. We also chat about how Dr. Beth deals with night shifts and what she does to recover from them within 24 hours.read more
Liz Young shares her personal story of how she turned a most dreadful menopause around and found peace in her body again.
When she found Ayurveda she deepened her knowledge around self-care and how her body functions. A serious upgrade in various small, specific habits is what gave her the long-term result. Liz and I also chat about how her vaning youthful look impacted her psyche and how she managed to look younger despite getting older.read more
Knowing how to keep and stock your kitchen skillfully will bring physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. How you prepare your food and what energy you put into your meals is crucial; it is part of how to nourish and heal yourself. Sarah shares her top 5 strategies on how to create a kitchen that supports your vibrant health evolution. She also shares her top 5 items to have in your kitchen to turn the room into a medicine cabinet.read more
Aligning monthly and daily activities according to the moon phases brings an easeful rhythm to our lives and peace of mind. That is true whether you are still menstruating or already past that. Anna Welle and I chat about how to align your activities based on the moon cycles, what to do and what not to do, so you can experience more ease.read more
One of the biggest obstacles people face when it comes to productivity, focus, self-care, and happiness is lack of time. Getting things done can be a big challenge. In this episode, Dana Skoglund and I chat about how to create and have the time you want to have for the things that matter most to you. And that is without having to fight with a never-ending to-do list or sacrificing your health.read more
Catie and I beat the words on herbs for menopause. Herbs are powerful helpers to realign our physiology especially when you find yourself in crisis mode. Whether you are struggling with weight gain, brain fog, hot flashes, exhaustion, stress, anxiety… you name it… herbs are here to help. They not only bring the physical body back to base but also your mind and emotions.read more
The way we treat ourselves during pregnancy and postpartum has profound implications on how we transition through menopause. Ashlee and I chat about the effect of nourishment or lack thereof during the powerful event of giving birth and how it shows up during the next natural, major transition for women we call menopause.
Ashlee offers alternate ways to take care of ourselves as women both during pregnancy and menopause.read more
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