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Aligned Expressions

Aligned Expressions

By Sherry Burton Steine
A new podcast by award winning author, trainer, speaker, Yoga Teacher, Certified Design Psychology Coach and Certified Feng Shui Consultant, Sherry Burton Steine, RYT 200, YTT. We will discuss everything home, lifestyle, yoga, Feng Shui and healthy living. I invite you to grow and enjoy this new experience.
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Episode 30: Pause, Rest, Be with Special Guest Octavia Raheem, Author and Yoga Teacher
Restoring your body, mind, and spirit amid change is an act of courage, empowerment, and hope. This warm, powerful guide will help you honor the changes and spaces in your life with purposeful rest and reflection. If you're trying to push your way through endings, beginnings, and places of uncertainty, only to find yourself more confused, disconnected, tired, and uncertain, her new book Pause, Rest, Be, will hold and fortify you. Yoga teacher and activist Octavia Raheem offers us the motivation and guidance we need to restore ourselves in the midst of all sorts of change. Change in our lives--whether it be welcome, joyful, challenging, or more subtle—presents us with the opportunity to pause and gather our energy to work with whatever lies ahead.    Drawing wisdom from yoga philosophy and her many years of teaching experience, Raheem offers us the motivation and guidance we need to restore ourselves in the midst of all types of change.  She gives us three simple restorative yoga poses (savasana, side lying pose, and child’s pose), and offers short teachings, reflections, and practices to see us through times of ending, beginning, and liminal/transitional space. She shows us how slowing down, stillness, and deeper connection to our own transitions empower us to move through collective shifts with more grace--and what it means to navigate shifts and change with presence and courage. OCTAVIA RAHEEM is a mother, author, yoga teacher and practitioner, and activist. She has received national attention for her work training yoga teachers and diversifying the yoga and wellness industry. Her work as a yoga professional focuses on practical tools to teach individuals how to manage stress, anxiety, and fatigue through yoga and meditation in a way that is accessible to all levels/abilities, and restorative to the nervous system. Her work has been featured in Yoga Journal, Mantra magazine, Well + Good, CNN, WXIA, and Atlanta Magazine.About the Author
37:45
May 27, 2022
Episode 29: The Yoga of Urban Gardening with Yasuke Daddy, YOGA TEACHER 200 RYT – URBAN FARMER URBAN AGRICULTURIST – URBAN FORESTER
This Friday, April 22, is Earth Day—so we thought we’d spotlight how the getting-people-back-to-the-earth trends of farming and gardening are a key focus of not one, but several, of our top wellness trends for 2022. The pandemic has made self-sufficiency and survivalism much bigger values. And the quickening environmental and soil crisis is sparking a new awareness that we must restore the world’s soil (through more regenerative farming practices), while the medical evidence mounts that exposure to soil brings so many eye-opening health benefits. Sherry interviews, Yasuke Daddy, a yoga teacher, urban farmer, agriculturist and urban forester (Vintage Greenhouse & Vintage Yasuke LC) located in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia metro area. Besides his yoga certification, Yasuke has been serving the most needed communities that he once grew up in.  His clientele is from impoverished and underrepresented communities that have a lack of resources for mental health and physical longevity.  His company has teamed up with an urban farm in a Maryland suburb of Washington, DC to change the nutrition disparity that plagues our communities today.  Since partnering, Yasuke has created community educational gardens, eco system recovery and urban farming.  He has also obtained two acres of farming land in South Hill, Va (near Sherry's ancestral matriarchal lineage) for mass production that will cycle directly to communities in need. Sherry and Yasuke discuss how to create container gardens and bridging the gap between yoga and farming for overall longevity..
22:51
April 20, 2022
Episode 28: Mindfulness and Art for the Home, Mind, & Body with Artist Kurtis Brand
Sherry discusses the role of mindfulness, art, home and Zen with Artist Kurtis Brand.  Kurtis Brand is a multi-disciplinary contemplative artist. Through mindful, transcendent art, he helps seekers achieve a healthy and calm mindset.  This healthy and calm mindset can translate into the home environment. Brand expresses in art what he realizes through meditation. “This world we occupy is on the brink of extreme change, and it is our job as citizens of this planet to make a positive stand environmentally, emotionally, and intellectually. Contemplative practice is essential to help our culture evolve into the potential of kindness, love, compassion, and empathy.” This part of his work attempts to express the connection we have as people and the oneness of all sentient beings. For the last decade, Brand has lived in New York, Guatemala, San Francisco, and Connecticut, passionately absorbed in a culture of vast extremes that lends a poetic, immediate, and visceral quality to his work. Kurtis can be found at www.kurtisbrand.com and Instagram @kurtisbrand
34:56
March 21, 2022
Episode 27: Living by the Spiritually Fly Sutras with Faith Hunter Creator of Spiritually Fly
Faith Hunter, International yoga teacher, creator and author of her new book Spiritually Fly and her new program Elevate, talks with Sherry Steine about the life events that fueled her commitment to yoga, living by the Spiritually Fly Sutras, her home environment, and the course of her high-profile career.  We also discuss the current state of African American women in the yoga industry.  Those who publicly rate and review this podcast will receive COMPLIMENTARY ONE MONTH membership to Faith's ELEVATE program. More is explained in this podcast!
51:54
March 09, 2022
EPISODE 26: HOME FITNESS BASICS FOR HEALTH MAINTENANCE WITH CERTIFIED FITNESS TRAINER JONATHAN BURTON
It's a new year and February is Heart Month. Certified Fitness Trainer and Sherry's younger sibling Jonathan Burton discusses basic tips for exercising at home.  Also we discuss elevating your heart rate at home with no or little fitness equipment using HITT Training and very little space. Using the space in your bedroom, living room, with little equipment and space in your home with 10-15 minute workouts.  In addition, the benefit with shorter workouts in shorter time, nutritional basics, and creating a motivating home interior environment for staying motivated are also discussed.  Jonathan is a Certified Trainer with Just Believe Fitness in Nashville, TN. If you're motivated to get healthier and stronger, you've come to the right place. If you have the drive and the desire to change your life, then there's no better time than NOW to get it done!  Jonathan Burton. I'm a Certified Fitness Coach, television sports journalist, 19 year amateur athlete (rugby), and one time professional wrestler. Fitness has been a big part of my life, and I am dedicated to helping you reach your fitness goals! As a certified fitness professional, I can help you set realistic goal;and transform your health and your life for the better. I can help you look and feel your best. And I can help you enjoy yourself along the way. You can train one-on-one with me at a state of the art facility in Bellevue, TN.  I specialize in weight loss, body shaping, and metabolic training.  All workouts are designed to meet your specific fitness goals. Also: Coming Soon: Online Fitness Coaching! Keep checking back for details!
35:14
February 12, 2022
Episode 25: How to be Beautifully Organized with Nikki Boyd of At Home With Nikki
Sherry Steine kicks off her brand new podcast Aligned Expressions with guest, Nikki Boyd, Founder and Owner of At Home with Nikki.  Nikki is a professional organizer based in Charleston, South Carolina.  She is an author of two books Beautifully Organized at Home and Beautifully Organized at Work. Ms. Boyd there her organization tips with her fans on her "At Home with Nikki" and "At Work with Nikki" YouTube channels.  Her work has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, Harper's Bazaar, Real Simple, USA Today and many more. In this episode, Sherry talks with Nikki about clutter and the importance of organization.  Also discussed are decluttering tips, how to emotionally prepare and how to create experiences with the organization process.  
26:33
January 22, 2022
Episode 24: Art, Space and Healing with Elizabeth Tuckwell, Fine Artist & Healer
In this episode, Sherry interviews Fine Artist and Healer, Elizabeth Tuckwell about art, healing and the influence of art in space.  Elizabeth discusses how art helped her with own healing and how art not only influences space but provides a mode of awareness for ones personal healing.  Perspectives of art, meditation and awareness for the mind, body, spirit and home are also discussed. Elizabeth Tuckwell developed her own self-taught painting style while traveling the globe before the days of cell phones. As she faced personal challenges she realized that painting could soothe her. She also discovered a path that gave her power over her anxiety and overwhelm; it was meditation and energy work. She also holds in-person guided meditation sessions as well as mediation and art workshops for groups and team building events. At Elizabeth Tuckwell.com, you can view her work, sign up for one of her art classes or take part in some of her free mental health and inspiration gifts, such as weekly discussion groups to shift perspectives, creative jumpstart challenges or free writing tools to clear your mind.
43:45
December 04, 2021
Episode 23: Dawn Browning of Holsol Wellness for Diabetes Awareness Month: Integrating Breath, Essential Oils & Yoga Therapy for Emotional & Health Management
Sherry interviews Dawn Browning of Holsol Wellness (https://www.holsolwellness.com) in honor of Diabetes Awareness Month about ways to integrate breath, essential oils and yoga therapy for emotional and health management of those who are experiencing Diabetes.  Various techniques as well as discussions around creating aromatherapy and memories in the home are discussed. Dawn is an ecologist, yoga therapist and entrepreneur. She sees her 35 years living with Type 1 diabetes as a powerful lens for understanding how what we think, eat, and move affects all aspects of our bodies and lives. She supports others using yoga therapy, essential oils, and personal leadership tools to help you find the perfect tools to discover and recalibrate your grounded innately peaceful state.
30:05
November 25, 2021
EPISODE 22: OPTIMIZING YOUR HOME FOR HEALTH, FITNESS & HAPPINESS WITH JAMIE GOLD, CKD, CAPS, MCCWC
In this episode, Sherry Steine discusses integrating wellness by interior design with Jamie Gold, CKD, CAPS, MCCWC is a Wellness Design Consultant, Certified Kitchen Designer, Certified Aging in Place Specialist and Mayo Clinic Certified Wellness Coach. Jamieis also the author of three books on design and remodeling, including her latest, Wellness by Design: A Room-by-Room Guide to Optimizing Your Home for Health, Fitness and Happiness, (Simon & Schuster/Tiller Press, September 2020). Sherry and Jamie discuss the link between healthy living and healthy home spaces. Tips and strategies are discussed based on Jamie's book Wellness by Design.  Jamie Gold: Instagram: @JGWellnessDesign | Website jamiegold.net
43:15
November 12, 2021
Episode 21: The Breath of Color with Leslie Nesbitt of Rhythmic Walls Decorative Painting
In this episode, Sherry interviews her colleague Leslie Nesbitt of Rhythmic Walls about the powerful use of color in the home and how it affects us all.  Color is a powerful tool that should be respected within our environments. As a former executive of a nationally recognized women’s organization, Leslie discovered her latent artistic talent while engaging in home decorating projects as a respite from the hectic demands of her fulltime career. As she set about transforming her family’s home into an individual bastion of color, texture and style, she became instantly hooked and fascinated with decorative finishing and how it can dramatically transform interior spaces. Her passion led her to start taking decorative painting classes and to become professionally trained and certified in the application of exquisite surface design. However, it was the response from others that pushed her to stretch beyond the canvas of her home to expand outward, and soon she began painting for family and friends. Unable to focus on anything else and uninspired by her day job, with the help and encouragement of her husband, Leslie set up shop in the sunroom of her home, launching Rhythmic Walls (RW) Decorative Painting and Design Studio in 2003.  In the years since the launch of RW, Leslie has created a thriving business and established a loyal and solid clientele. She has worked on scores of commercial and residential projects. Her work has been featured on HGTV and in local and national publications. Leslie’s achievements as a successful businesswoman have gained her national acclaim and in 2005, she received the coveted National Women’s Business Center’s Capital Award, from Wachovia Bank. The receipt of the award positioned her to expand her company’s capabilities. In 2009, her artistic accomplishments were acknowledged by fellow artisans and she was elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the International Decorative Painting Artisans League (IDAL), the professional trade association for decorative painter, surface artists and designers. Leslie is the first African American to have held this position.As the owner and creative director, Leslie’s focus is on creating cutting edge designs, techniques and products, while overseeing and managing sales and quality control.vLeslie’s rhythm and flow for putting together the unexpected is poetic.
40:39
October 17, 2021
EPISODE 20: Yoga, Art, Design, Essential Oils and Home with Elena Brower
In this episode Sherry interviews Elena Brower.  Elena is a Mama, teacher, artist, poet, best selling author, and Podcast Host of Practice You, Elena has taught yoga and meditation since 1999.  Her first book, Art of Intention, has been translated seven languages, her Essential Membership is beloved for bringing analog creativity to online coursework, her third book, Being You, will be released in early 2021. Elena and Sherry speak with each other about yoga, art, design, her new home in the southwest and of course her Doterra Essential Oils for each space in her home.  Enjoy this special podcast originally broadcasted for National Yoga Awareness Month.
33:59
October 10, 2021
EPISODE 19: Heal One World: A Resource for Yoga for All with Skye Kelly
In this episode, Sherry interviews Skye Kelly, the Executive Director of the wellness non-profit Heal One World.  Skye took her own life's challenges and turned them into a life of helping others in the community live more healthful and fulfilled lives.  At 18, Skye was in a life changing accident, leaving her disabled and with little hope  After several successful years as a Real Estate Agent, Skye decided to keep a promise she made to herself to start a non profit to give back to others in need of physical and mental well being that could not afford less traditional treatments, find them.  She started the non profit Heal One World.  She single handedly found a board and began holding yoga and tai chi classes at neighborhood studios during their less busy times.  By 2010 she had found the studio space to begin offering classes and treatments to the community by donation and largely for free in the Arlington Heights, Los Angeles, CA neighborhood  She also started the Awareness Film Festival which is on it's 12th year has shown over 2000 films that are opening eyes to different issues that our world and community are facing.   In this episode, Sherry and Skye discuss how Heal One World makes, wellness accessible to those who need it and the importance of yoga for mental and physical health.
36:04
October 02, 2021
Episode 18: How Yoga Heals with Dr. Dana M. Hubbard of Vitality Health & Wellness Center
This is a special episode for National Yoga Awareness Month.  Based on research, trauma-informed yoga combines the mind and body impact of trauma with spiritual health and consciousness. It is a way to safely connect with your body, regaining any control, love, or acceptance that may have been threatened during a traumatic experience. In this episode, Sherry speaks with Dr. Dana M. Hubbard of Vitality Health and Wellness Center about how she encourages her clients to use yoga as part of their healing program from trauma related emotions.  Sherry who is also trained as a certified trauma informed yoga teacher discusses her role in working with students who are experiencing trauma as part of her karma yoga practice.   Dr. Dana M. Hubbard, also known as “Dr. D”, is the owner and chief operator of Vitality Health and Wellness, LLC. She is a professional Licensed Clinical Social worker who has serviced veterans, women, children, and the black community. She is also a Certified Lead Agent with a specialization in organizational psychology. Dr. Hubbard received her Doctorate in Health Care Administration in 2019. Additional educational accomplishments include a Bachelor’s in Social Work from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and a Bachelor’s in Sociology from Salisbury state. Dr. Dana M. Hubbard served honorably in the United States Airforce.  As a Captain in the Air Force, Dr. D was a mental health therapist for service members and was responsible for the mental health operations for the local Air Force base.  She led a clinical team of 22 professionals served as the Behavioral Health Consultant for base commanders and lead multiple Air Force programs. As a Clinical Social Worker, Dr. Dana M. Hubbard specializes in Crisis Management, Bereavement, Child and Adolescent Counseling, Behavioral Health, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) importantly military/veteran mental health, and most importantly mental health for women of color.
36:54
September 21, 2021
Episode 17: Yoga, Self Care, & Essential Oils with RYT200, YTT300, Yoga Teacher & Massage Therapist Leslie Kelson
For National Yoga Awareness Month, Sherry Steine of SBW Aligned Expressions interviews noted Yoga Teacher, Leslie Nelson about using essential oils as part of your yoga practice.  Her journey into yoga as well as tips and understanding yoga as a way to relieve stress and heal with essential oils are discussed.  In 2012, Leslie began practicing Yoga and instantly recognized the healing benefits yoga had to offer. In 2016 she earned her 200 RYT through Evolution Yoga. Video of this interview can be found here. She has continued her Restorative Yoga training with Octavia Raheem and is currently enrolled in 300 RYT through I AM Yoga. Leslie is devoted to crafting classes that inspire others to create their own well being by guiding the mind and body into harmony.  She is a NC Licensed Massage Body Work Therapist graduating from Southeastern Institute Charlotte, NC.   Her unique style integrates training in several Western and Eastern modalities including Ayurveda, Reiki and Aromatouch. Leslie strives to make each session on her table meaningful, guiding your body toward peace, balance and relaxation. When Leslie is not healing others she is running around the state with her husband trying to catch her Son and Daughter's Basketball Games and caring for her guest in the families Air BNB. You can find Leslie on Instagram @relaxationenthusiast
41:43
September 12, 2021
EPISODE 16: Yoga's Relationship to Feng Shui, Your Body, & the Interior Environment with Kyle Freeman
In this episode Sherry features Kyle Freeman, an international Yoga Teacher, Feng Shui consultant, and Intuitive counselor based in Lisbon, Portugal. For National Yoga Awareness Month, both Kyle and Sherry discuss the linkages between Yoga, Body, Feng Shui and the interior environment. In addition, a brief discussion on "Katonah Yoga is defined and discussed which incorporates classical Hatha yoga with Taoist theory, sacred geometry, magic, mythology, metaphor and imagination in a practical framework designed to potentiate personal and communal well-being."  Kyle has over fifteen years of experience refining her intuitive skills and developing an in-depth understanding of both the built environment and the individual's physical and psychological relationship to their body and their environment. Kyle attended architecture school at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana and Cooper Union in New York City.  After four years working in the field of Architecture she left in search of a deeper felt-send and metaphysical understanding of space and its capacity for healing.  Through that exploration Kyle was introduced to the ancient Chinese practice of Feng Shui.  She studied Classical, BTB, and Form school Feng Shui in New York, London and China.  She practices a combination of methods. Her social media info is as follows www.nathaliekylefreeman.com Instagram: @nkylefreeman Host Sherry Steine is an Author, Home Wellness Designer, Feng Shui Consultant, DoTerra Wellness Advocate and RYT 200 Yoga Teacher can be found at: www.sbwaligned.com Instagram: @sbwaligned
33:04
September 09, 2021
EPISODE 15: Creative Expression for Self Care & the Home with Creativity Coach Sharon J. Burton
Sherry hosts her twin sister, Sharon J. Burton, Creativity Coach of Spark Your Creative.  Sharon J. Burton is an artist, art curator, and creative life advisor and Founder of Spark Your Creative based in the Washington, DC area. She is a visual artist whose preferred medium is collage and mixed media and has exhibited her art in galleries, art venues and other settings across the country since 2007. This episode focuses on how being creative is part of our nature and is essential to us as humans.  The creation process helps to calm your state of mind and is a considered self care.  In addition, finding a suitable space for creative expression and memories in the home are discussed.  
40:58
June 10, 2021
Episode 14: Clean Design Wellness with Lifestyle CEO and Author Robin Wilson
For Mental Heath Month, Sherry interviews CEO and Author Robin Wilson of Robin Wilson Home about hypoallegenic design choices, her new home lifestyle brand Clean Design Home and her book by the same name.  Robin believes that "eco-friendly can be beautiful."  Sherry also discusses the how making your bed can be a ritualistic activity. Did you know: -The average homeowner has not replaced or washed their sleeping pillow in six years? -There is a free and simple solution to improve indoor air quality and prevent toxins from entering your home? -The one place in the home that most people do not think to look for mold could cause unnecessary "wheezing and sneezing" symptoms of allergies.   Find out more in this amazing episode!
23:32
May 06, 2021
Episode 13: Biophilia & Feng Shui Gardens and Maureen Calamia, Author & Biophilia and Feng Shui Expert
In this episode Maureen and Sherry discuss the basics of Feng Shui Gardens as well as understanding Biophilic Design.  In addition, the benefits of integrating plant life and nature into our spaces both inside and out. Maureen Calamia inspires clients to connect with their True Nature, restore greater harmony and balance in their homes and lives, through the Five Elements of feng shui. She has taught feng shui since 2009 and her Luminous Spaces Feng Shui School, using my unique Re-Nature philosophy, has achieved the highest standards set by the International Feng Shui Guild. Maureen has been practicing since 2005, but she has worked with energy all of her life.   Maureen is the author of Creating Luminous Spaces.
28:52
April 07, 2021
Episode 12: How to Use Crystals to Channel Energy in the Home with Tiffany C. Hammer
Tiffany C. Hammer of Hammer Designs is interviewed by host Sherry Steine about what to look for in crystals and how to use them in different rooms in the home.  Tiffany C. Hammer, is a certified coach and crystal healer, a purveyor of ethically sourced, exquisite minerals. Tiffany works with people who have tried it all, who've read it all, and logically understand where they're at or even how they've gotten here, and are adjusting to new perspectives and experiences. What she offers coaching for change for more peaceful -- and magical living. This episode discusses specific crystals and how to use them for emotional balance, EMF stimulation, and for enhancing personal energy.  Sherry also discusses a chapter in her book Landing on Your Feet and Putting Down Roots that provides additional support for using crystals in the home.
39:44
March 17, 2021
Episode 11: Why Everyone Deserves a Safe, Beautiful Space with Najah Dowdie CEO & Founder of Confection Decor
Najah Dowdie CEO and Founder of Confection Decor, discusses her passion for design and home accessories.  Najah tell us the meaning of her mantra "EVERY ONE DESERVES A SAFE, BEAUTIFUL SPACE, NO MATTER THE SIZE, WHERE THEY CAN FEEL AT PEACE." She also shares some tips for someone who is interested in popping color and interest with accents in their home. Sherry also discusses how you can feel inspired in your home during COVID-19 and how to reenergize and replace furnishings and feel your space with energetic accessorizing.
25:03
March 03, 2021
Episode 10: Sacred Self Care Rituals at Home with Guest Robin Bell of Robin Bell Yoga and Wellness
Sherry interviews Robin Bell of Robin Bell of Robin Bell Yoga and Wellness. Robin Bell is a Yoga instructor (E-RYT 200), Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider, Reiki Master/Teacher, Certified Animal Reiki practitioner, and Thai Foot Reflexology Massage practitioner, who is certified in Chakra Therapeutics. She completed the Level 1 Yoga Teacher Certification, the 200 hour Jiivana Yoga Teacher Training, and the Usui Reiki Level 1, 2 and Master Certifications at the Spiritual Essence Yoga and Wellness Center, in Upper Marlboro, MD.  Robin received her Thai Foot Reflexology Massage training at the Thai Institute of Healing Arts, formerly located in Arlington, VA, and her Chakra Therapeutics certification with Alanna Kaivalya, Ph.D. In this episode, Robin discusses her own sacred self care rituals that promote balance and healing.   Robin's info: https://www.robinbellyoga.com Instagram: @robinbellyogawellness 
24:51
February 15, 2021
Episode 9: Creating Your Own Culturally Relevant Furnishings to Decorate Your Space with Lisa Shepard Stewart of Cultured Expressions
Since COVID-19 we are at home.  What can we do to inspire our homes yet honor our culture and our heritage?  Sherry interviews long time friend and colleague Lisa Shepard Stewart of Cultured Expressions in Rahway, NJ who works with her clients how to create accessories and furnishings to decorate their homes.  Tips and ideas for using fabrics, the meaning of them, and how to inspire yourself and your home in the spirit of culture. You can make something even if you think you are not creative! 
22:27
January 28, 2021
Episode 8: Get Organized for the New Year! An Interview with Brittini Schafer of B. Organized
Sherry Steine discusses the importance of organization and decluttering with Brittini Schafer of B. Organized a organization and lifestyle business located in Philadelphia, PA.  January is National Get Organized Month and with the current COVID-19 crisis it is now more important than ever to organize your home and space.  Brittni shares how she works with clients who are overwhelmed with other responsibilities to organize and how to overcome procrastination.  Sherry reads passages from her award winning book Feel Good Spaces:  A Guide to Decorating Your Home for the Mind, Body and Spirit (2012) about the importance of decluttering and organizing your space.  
21:58
January 06, 2021
Episode 7: How to Identify, Heal, and Decorate for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
If you feel sluggish, moody and like you're functioning slower in the fall and winter months, you're not alone. Roughly five percent of the population suffers severely and is diagnosed with light-related depression appropriately known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, as a result of short days with reduced sunlight and long hours of darkness. But many more of us experience a general malaise especially in light of COVID-19 and stay at home orders this fall and winter. In this brand new episode, podcast host, Sherry Burton Steine formerly Sherry Burton Ways of SBW Aligned Expressions, speaks with two healing experts Kari Roos and Jenna Gallagher of Nurturing You Wellness Center in Toronto, Canada about the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder, how to identify it, and healing tips.  Based on an interview Sherry was featured in about SAD, she discusses how to manage SAD through a few interior decorating tips .
23:50
December 19, 2020
Episode 6: Essential Oils Are so Essential
Essential oils are the perfume of any living environment. Sherry discusses her favorite essential oils that she uses in her environment and shares her personal Feel Good Space blend. How essential oils help regulate and enhances your mood is also highlighted.
43:15:18
November 24, 2018
Episode 5: The Fundamentals of Feng Shui
After a brief break, Sherry is back again to discuss the ancient Chinese art of Feng Shui. Sherry explains what Feng Shui is as well as what it is not and basic elements to consider in Feng Shuing your home or office
25:03
September 07, 2018
Episode 4: Healing With Color in Your Interior Environment
This episode focuses on Sherry's experience with interior color and use for holistic healing in the interior environment. Focus on this discussion is understanding color properties and color can be used in an interior environment to heal. Discover how your favorite color in your environment can create a home that is joyful and loving. Color Psychology principles and the history of color healing will also be discussed.
30:14
July 07, 2018
Episode 3: Declutter Your Life, Space & Prosper
Sherry discusses the importance of decluttering to improve your personal power and balance as well as balancing and grounding your interior environment. Take the chaos out of your mind and reset your life by taking mindful steps to set your intention to determine the usefulness of objects that no longer serve you.
17:18
June 13, 2018
Episode 2: The Essentials of Creating Supportive Space
In this episode, Sherry explains that there are no rules for the creation of supportive space. This is your time to make a shift in your mindset about your interior. Sherry discusses the questions you need to ask to prepare and create a supportive space that supports your personal and professional goals.
23:45
May 28, 2018
EPISODE 1: Design Psychology You & Your Space
This first podcast featuring Interior Environment Coach, Sherry Burton Ways, focuses on the basics of Design Psychology. What it is? How to begin to think about resetting your life and your space. Questions to ask yourself? How to identify things in your home that may be bringing you stress and dysfunction. We can use our interior environments for change and transformation. Learn more in this podcast episode!
29:48
May 20, 2018