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Body Liberation for All

Body Liberation for All

By Dalia Kinsey, RD, LD
Decolonized Wellness Coach and Registered Dietitian Dalia Kinsey created Body Liberation for All as a resource for QTBIPOC folks who are ready to become the happiest version of themselves, using healing tools tailored for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ folx. Since wellness is multi-factorial each season covers a broad range of tools (sexual expression, indigenous medicine, mindfulness etc.) for the pursuit of happiness. Special guests and healers join throughout each season to share their journeys to inner peace and fulfillment.
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Body Dysmorphia and Self-Acceptance with Ian Kumamoto
Ian Kumamoto (he/they) is a journalist, a queer person and a Chinese-Mexican who is active on social media sharin what's actually going on in his part of the world and serving us truth. Ian was born and raised in Mexico and speaks fluent Spanish and moved to the US Ā and spent some time in their childhood in Spain. He graduated BA. in Print Journalism and Globral Liberal Studies from NYU in 2019 and shortly after, co-founded, Chaos+Comrades, a magazine by and for queer people of color. In addition to their freelance work, they are current a writer for Mic, covering Ā health, identity, sex, drugs, money, career, and travel. This episode we discuss: šŸŒˆ Finding your own unique way to get through educational systems that don't support you šŸŒˆWriting in English as multilingual person šŸŒˆ Love-hate relationship with social media platforms šŸŒˆReclaiming your identity outside of racialized sexual objectification as a queer man of color šŸŒˆHealing race based body dysmorphia Episode Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness and grab exclusive access to my author lead bookclub Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/book Connect with Ian Kumamoto TikTok: @chino_cholo https://instagram.com/ian.kuma https://www.jikumamoto.com/ https://chaosandcomrades.com/
01:09:14
February 01, 2022
Escaping and Recovering from Cults and from High Control Religious Groups with Goddess Carroll
This episode Goddess joins me in a heartfelt discussion of our shared experience of leaving the cult in which we were raised, deconditioning ourselves, and finding our way to our true selves.Ā  Goddess (they/them/theirs) is the Proud MoMo of Sun Seed Community; a platform for the practice of collective healing. Creating Goddessā€™ tools of liberation took a whole community of support and they hope their village's stories can resonate with others. They graduated from the Healing Arts Institute of Massage in October of 2018 and continue to explore therapeutic and spiritual practices. You can usually find them in the "pagan" section of the bookstore, sitting in the back of a concert, caressing crystals at your local metaphysical shop, or binge-watching old sci-fi movies while cooking. This episode we discuss: šŸŒˆ Identifying marks of cults šŸŒˆ Recovering your true identityĀ  šŸŒˆ Communicating with family that is inside a cult or high control group šŸŒˆ Weaponization of the need for community šŸŒˆ Critical thinking as protection and a tool for liberation Resources Mentioned in the Show Sun Seed Community Podcast https://sunseedcommunitypodcast.buzzsprout.com Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness and grab exclusive access to my author lead bookclub Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/book The Guardian Watch out for Tell-Tale Signs Rick Ross https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/belief/2009/may/27/cults-definition-religion Song: No White God by Sizzla - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1ZB1gjKvJY How We Show Up: Reclaiming Family, Friendship, and Community by Mia Songbird - https://www.amazon.com/How-We-Show-Community-Fractured/dp/1580058078 Cutie BIPOC Fest - https://www.facebook.com/qtbpocfest/ Mystic Soul - https://www.mysticsoulproject.org/ Black Healing October - https://reclaimugly.org/black-healing-october/ Connect with Goddess Carroll Website: https://www.sunseedcommunity.com/ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/sunseedcommunity/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sunseedcommunity
01:31:14
January 01, 2022
Season 2 is Launching January 1st
Season 2 is launching on January 1st. Episodes are now monthly. Spotify episodes now have an interactive element. Email is the best way to reach me hello@daliakinsey.com. Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ 
02:47
December 28, 2021
Season Break and News
Season one is over but we can still hang out in the Decolonizing Wellness Facebook Group. Ā I'm working on the finishing touches for Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  Season two will be coming at you this fall. Ā  Resources šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/pryces/music-is License code: JBKBBI6EDDREQHIX
02:54
July 28, 2021
Letting Love Lead Your Health Journey with Zac Potter
Zac Potter, founder of Lion's Heart Health, is an Atlanta-based Health & Wellness teacher and author leading a whole health journey that starts from the heart. With 15+ years of training in Yoga, Weightlifting, Track & Field and Gymnastics, he meets you where you are in your health journey while focusing on balance, function and progressive performance in the pursuit of your best physical self. Zac believes firmly that our physical fitness journey is powered by something deeperā€”our "why"ā€”and that health is best approached as a way to love ourselvesā€”and othersā€”to our fullest potential. This episode we discuss šŸŒˆBringing Your Heart and Love Into Fitness šŸŒˆFunctional Strength that Supports Your Life šŸŒˆPosture and Rehabilitating Weak Muscles šŸŒˆFinding Internal, Sustainable Motivation šŸŒˆHealing from the Heart Outward Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Zac https://www.lionshearthealth.com https://www.instagram.com/cz_potter/ Beginner Yoga Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwNAcKBx5Js Credits for this episode's music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!) https://uppbeat.io/t/fugu-vibes/mirrors License code: ZIQCUJFZDVF765FO https://uppbeat.io/t/fugu-vibes/spatial License code: 9WWXORQ6USIUYEV6 https://uppbeat.io/t/zoo/another-new-day License code: SPSVY6USQVUPHTQ3
01:00:14
July 12, 2021
Turning Cole Into Diamonds Guest Episode : Dieting, Decolonization, & Peeing in the Shower
I loved this conversation with Gerard Cole from Turning Cole Into Diamonds so much I wanted to share it with you. Ā You can listen to more TCID episodes here https://www.tcidpodcast.com/ This episode we discuss Managing Imposter Syndrome as queer folks of colorĀ  Learning to use food to build self-trust and confidenceĀ  How listening to the body can transform your lifeĀ  Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ 
48:05
June 28, 2021
Queer People of Color and Mental Health with Britni Andrews, MA, LPC
After graduation from Prairie View A & M University, Britni D. Andrews became a queer counselor intern based in Houston, TX. Britni has utilized an artistic medium of language and an eclectic approach to wellness to sculpt their role as Creative Director of @TheKIDDORG, a community initiative. They have produced creative workshops in collaboration with Covenant House California (CHC), Covenant House Texas and Harris County Juvenile Probation Department (HCJPD). @THEKIDDORG has a mission to push the state of change forward in conversations about mental health, community engagement, criminal justice reform and LGBTQ+ community support. Recently named as an Idea Fund Round 12 Grantee, Britni is producing ā€œThe Session: LGBTQ+ Mental Health feat. QPOCā€- a short film composed of private unscripted dialogues with Queer People of Color (QPOC) reflecting on their unique identities within their cultures, the LGBTQ+ community and the challenges faced in expression of their gender, sexuality and development of affirming and inclusive relationships. This episode we discuss šŸŒˆ Being called to create resources that we once neededĀ  šŸŒˆDestigmatizing mental healthĀ  šŸŒˆConnecting to the wisdom of our Black Queer History šŸŒˆManaging the stress of holding multiple marginalized identities šŸŒˆHow and when to tap in to therapy as a healing toolĀ  Resources Connect with Britni www.thekiddorg.com instagram.com/@TheSessionQPOC Queer Black HistoryĀ  Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ 
01:16:15
June 07, 2021
Your Lived Experiences Hold All the Answers with Mike Iamele
Mike Iamele is a Life Purpose Expert + Brand Strategist and the author of Enough Already: Create Success on Your Own Terms. For nearly a decade, his Sacred BrandingĀ® system has helped hundreds of celebrities, artists, entrepreneurs, influencers, and spiritual seekers to map their experiences and discover their subconscious motivations, unique brand, and life purpose. People use this work for all kinds of things ā€” from branding and building a business, to exploring identity and sexuality, to finding their artistic voice, to even re-discovering themselves after a life-altering event, like divorce or retirement.Ā  This episode we discuss: šŸŒˆWhy some of us shy away from clarity on our purpose šŸŒˆWhat comes after finding your purpose šŸŒˆComing to terms with or overcoming feelings of being too much or not enough šŸŒˆRecognizing your lived experience as the ultimate authority šŸŒˆLearning to decipher your true self vs your conditioning and social programing Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with MikeĀ  mikeiamele.com/map for a free 36-minute training + worksheet to map your sensitivitiesĀ  instagram.com/mikeiamele facebook.com/mikeiamelewrites
01:07:42
May 24, 2021
Finding Your Strength with Amazin LeThi
Amazin LeThi is a global Vietnamese LGBTQ advocate, keynote speaker, athlete and thought leader. She is a former competitive bodybuilder, entertainment executive and the first Vietnamese internationally published fitness author. Amazin has captured audiences with her story from the United Nations to Google and governments from all around the world. Ā Ā As a thought leader and through conversations, panel discussions and Q&As, Amazin shares her personal journey of homelessness to becoming one of the most visible and influential LGBTQ activists in the world. Her story was included in the It Gets Better campaign and the first White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Asian anti-bullying campaign Act to Change. In this interview Amazin shares her story of being raised in an intensely anti-Asian environment. This episode will make you want to finish construction on your time machine to go back and back hand some folks in young Amazinā€™s defense.Ā  If you are able to do that let us all get in on that.Ā  It's heart breaking to face how much trauma some of us have survived at the hands of white supremacy culture, how much of the racism we internalized and how many years weā€™ve had to dedicate to recovery. The beauty of the story is that Amazin not only survived, but found a way to repair her self-worth and actively work to fight systemic oppression and shield the most vulnerable from abuse and bigotry.Ā  This episode we discuss: šŸŒˆThe transracial adoptee experience šŸŒˆDiscovering the empowering nature of body buildingĀ  šŸŒˆRecovering from low-self worth and internalized racism šŸŒˆIntersectional activism and fighting AAPI hate Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with AmazinĀ  www.amazinlethi.com www.twitter.com/amazinlethi www.facebook.com/amazinlethi www.instagram.com/amazinlethiĀ 
01:13:38
May 10, 2021
Living Whole Despite the Hurt : LGBTQ Experience in the Black Church with Donta Morrison
DontĆ” Morrison is a Los Angeles-based community change agent focused on bridging gaps and improving the lives of marginalized individuals. He works tirelessly to change the way communities engage in conversations about sex, sexual behavior, and human sexuality. HIV Plus magazine listed him as one of the top 20 most amazing HIV+ people of 2018. He is the recipient of numerous awards and recognized by many for his ambitious approach to sexual health within communities of color. Additionally, he has challenged the traditional Black church to be more inclusive and welcoming of persons from all sexual identities. Realizing that faith-based sexual exclusion plays a negative role in how LGBTQ persons deal with themselves, he aims to shift the paradigm in that area. This episode we discussĀ  šŸŒˆThe key to consistently practicing safer sex šŸŒˆThe traditional Black American church and its relationship to queerness šŸŒˆDeveloping a personal relationship with God after experiencing religious trauma šŸŒˆThe connection between self-acceptance and HIV prevention Resources Connect with DontĆ” https://linktr.ee/donta_morrison Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ 
01:02:25
May 03, 2021
Surviving Gender Dysphoria with Celia Sandhya Daniels
Celia is an Asian Indian gender fluid, non-op trans woman of color who is an entrepreneur, musician, photographer, storyteller, activist and filmmaker. She writes and speaks passionately about her struggles and challenges she faced in her family, work, and community both in the US and India. As a management consultant with top fortune 100 companies, she educates, empowers, and advocates for transgender and gender non-binary individuals in the business world.Ā  Celia brings an amazing intersectional blend of ethnicity, creativity, culture, religion, and corporate experience in her activism. Received the 2019 Human Rights Campaignā€™s equality award forā€œ Outstanding commitment and service to our communityā€. She is currently in the Executive Board for Trans Can Work and the VP of Stonewall Democrats of Ventura County, California. Growing up as a lonely closeted trans child in a conservative middle-class Christian home in Southern India, Celia writes and speaks passionately about their inner struggles, gender dysphoria and social challenges she faced in her family, work, school, and community both in the US and India. This episode we discussĀ  šŸŒˆThe intersection of misogyny, racism, and transphobia šŸŒˆSurviving years of gender dysphoria with moments of gender euphoria šŸŒˆReclaiming personal power through intersectional activism šŸŒˆLiving for yourself and learning to follow your internal compass Resources Connect with Celia www.linkedin.com/in/celiasandaniels Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ 
01:10:28
April 12, 2021
Liberating Your Business Life with Sarah Osman
Sarah Osman is a mixed-race WOC entrepreneur with roots in Madagascar, France, India, and Malaysia. She was born and raised in Mauritius (worth the Google search if you donā€™t know where that is šŸ˜‰) and has made Canada her home for the past 10 years. She is a wellness and mindset coach for women of color entrepreneurs who want to break free of burnout and thrive in both their life and their biz. Last summer Sarah and I were enrolled in a life-changing coaching program for femmes of color with revolutionary messages. Ā Being guided through decolonizing our mindsets around entrepreneurship was truly liberating.Ā  This episode we discuss šŸŒˆThe transformation that decolonization business coaching made possible šŸŒˆEscaping the grip of fear and self-doubtĀ  šŸŒˆComing home to yourself and developing self-trust Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Sarah https://www.instagram.com/sarahosmanwellness/
46:13
March 30, 2021
How to Get Embodied without Performing Wellness with Ifasina Clear
Embodiment Coach and creator of the Get Embodied Soul Dance experience, Ifasina, has been a lifelong student of the human experience and self-mastery. They teach, coach, and consult on various issues and topics that involve being the kind of leader that cultivates and invest in their own greatness while being in relationship with others to support them in doing the same. Ifasina is trained formally and informally in various healing modalities and professional development strategies with a focus on experiences and bodies that are often overlooked and ignored in the pursuit of mainstream notions of leadership, professionalism, health, and wellness. This episode we discuss šŸŒˆHow to develop an embodiment practice? šŸŒˆHow do you find a spiritual practice that is LGBTQIA+ or Queer affirming? šŸŒˆHow do develop a relationship with your body without the obligation to perform wellness? šŸŒˆWhat is the connection between spirituality and embodiment? šŸŒˆHow can embodiment work help queer, black, brown, disabled, and fat bodies counter the damage living in a hostile world? Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Ifasina https://www.instagram.com/ get.embodied
56:02
March 15, 2021
Love is Hard Work; A Romance Reality Check with Sean Crenshaw
Sean Crenshaw is the Founder of betruebu.com (pronounced be true be you). She identifies as a masculine presenting lesbian who has created a dating community that is about creating friendships, networking, and finding someone to date that isn't looking for a one night or a wedding in June. This site is for black professional women who want to start new friendships and are tired of dating apps that focus on looks instead of communication. This episode we discuss šŸŒˆLove as Hard Work šŸŒˆWhy Queer Women Deserve Better than Stereotypes and Misogyny in Relationships šŸŒˆDispelling the Soulmate Myth šŸŒˆFinding and Creating Safe Spaces for Love šŸŒˆChallenging Internalized Stigma šŸŒˆHealing from Heartbreak and Keeping the Heart Open Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Sean https://www.instagram.com/betrue_bu/ Check out betruebu.com
01:26:10
March 01, 2021
Finding Your Authentic Voice with Summer Luk
Summer Luk is a musician, transgender activist, and content creator. Ā She uses her lyrics to challenge the current narrative of the transgender experience. Ā She's been using her platform to address the issues that she is most passionate about, create safe spaces for her followers, and to build community.Ā  This episode we discuss šŸŒˆlearning to trust your voice šŸŒˆmanaging the pressure of becoming a public figure šŸŒˆstaying true to the topics you are passionate about šŸŒˆpassing privilege and active activismĀ  šŸŒˆrewriting your story and stepping into your full worth Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with SummerĀ  https://www.instagram.com/summerluk https://www.tiktok.com/@summerluk Check out her musicĀ  https://open.spotify.com/album/3s7Np4fVlWEsQv4R8b5IOO?highlight=spotify:track:5dBxM0ddTrg8VKEyM7BgTG
59:32
February 16, 2021
Becoming a Sovereign Embodiment with Rawiyah Tariq
Rawiyah is a kink aware professional with roots in queer, poly-amorous, and fat community. Their tone is reflective of these roots and their work is informed by how these intersect with their Blackness. Magic, massage, storytelling and performance art are tools they use to liberate, heal and reclaim space for themself and their marginalized communities. This episode Rawiyah explains: šŸŒˆhow to set up your first altar šŸŒˆconnecting with chosen ancestorsĀ  šŸŒˆsetting boundaries in spiritualismĀ  šŸŒˆusing ritual in healingĀ  šŸŒˆsharing your story in lieu of traditional marketing Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with RawiyahĀ  https://www.instagram.com/mammyisdead/ https://www.instagram.com/projectetesen/ https://www.instagram.com/myblackbodypodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/a.sovereign.embodiment/
01:12:12
February 01, 2021
Decolonizing Your Body Image with Dalia Kinsey, RD, LD
The damage that colonization has done to the consciousness of over half the world's population is mind boggling. Beauty and body image have been in the eyes of the colonizer for long enough. If you want to honor and celebrate your body and stop viewing it through a eurocentric heteronormative lens, this workshop replay is for you. Ā  It's decolonization season šŸ’–šŸ’–šŸ’– ResourcesĀ  Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ 
36:48
January 25, 2021
Social Justice and Liberated Fitness with Sarah Merrifield
Today's guest stands out from her peers as personal trainer and yoga teacher committed to social justice who uses liberated fitness to help clients escape from the dominant culture's oppressive version of fitness. Ā Sarah's belief that the body should be moved in ways that feel good and that an obsessive focus on size is not health promoting, aligns perfectly with the liberatory message of the show. Ā Her insights as a life long learner dedicated to research and learning to Do Better brings depth to the conversation of navigating appropriated spaces as a cis-queer woman with white skin. Ā  This episode we discussĀ  šŸŒˆsharing yoga as a spiritual practiceĀ as an atheist šŸŒˆmaking yoga and fitness accessible and inclusive šŸŒˆrecognizing that everything you need is within youĀ  šŸŒˆapplying activism and social justice to wellnessĀ  šŸŒˆfinding a spiritual practice that supports youĀ  šŸŒˆnavigating cultural appropriation in faith spaces šŸŒˆwhy we have to center the most vulnerable in our activismĀ  Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Sarah on IG Ā https://www.instagram.com/merri.fit And her latest offeringĀ  https://www.merri.fit/liberated-fitness-playbook; a 3-month coaching program to take you from an unhealthy, restrictive, and obsessive relationship with fitness to a healthy, balanced, and intuitive one that brings peace, healing, and self-love. Includes online lessons, worksheets, individual coaching, and group support Thank you to Stellar Podcast Productions for producing this episode http://www.stellar-podcast.com/
01:11:34
January 18, 2021
Systems of Oppression and Diet Culture with Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC and Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD
January 1 kicks off body hatred season. Ā Every year like clockwork we can expect companies to prey on our hunger for worthiness. Ā Ā Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC and Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD of Be Nourished have been working with folks since 2005 to reclaim their body trust, let go of dieting and weight cycling, and ease into more compassionate sustainable forms of self-care. Ā  This episode Hilary and DanaĀ  āœØexplain the connection between systems of oppression and diet culture(the belief system that posits that some bodies are superior to others and that the thin ideal is the bee's knees) āœØbreak down howĀ white supremacy is entangled in diet culture āœØdeveloping self-compassion around privilege and the pursuit of social justiceĀ  āœØhow social injustice impacts health and wellbeing āœØhow white supremacy/cultural centrism has influenced western views of 'healthy' food Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with BeNourishedĀ  https://benourished.org/offerings/ https://www.facebook.com/benourishedpdx https://www.instagram.com/benourishedpdx
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January 05, 2021
You Are In The Middle Of Your Purpose: How To Stop Being Lost And Find Your Life's Meaning with Melvin Nix
Are you feeling lost and uncertain? Have you wasted time, energy, and resources trying to find clarity and meaning in your life? In times like these, it's vital to know who you are, why you're here, and what you should be doing. Ā Ā Melvin Nix has literally written the book on finding your purpose and living a meaningful life.Ā  Melvin D Nix is a spiritual teacher, certified reiki master, and energy healer. He is an author, motivational speaker and currently hosts a weekly broadcast called "Putting On The Pneu You," Where he teaches how to transform your life by living through your spirit. His purpose is to teach universal spiritual concepts and principles in an easy to understand format so that anyone can apply them and see tangible results in their daily lives.Ā  This episode we discuss šŸ”„how to find your purpose šŸ”„finding answers in silence šŸ”„learning how to hear your own voice šŸ”„learning to manage loved ones that can't understand your purpose Resources Ā  Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Melvin "You Are In The Middle Of Your Purpose" https://amzn.to/2FyIK3a Ā  http://www.pneuyou.com
56:01
December 11, 2020
Living an Authentic Life and Understanding the Biblical Perspective on Gender with Gabrielle Claiborne and Rev. Linda Herzer
Gabrielle Claiborne is Co-founder and CEO of Transformation Journeys Worldwide, an inclusion training and consulting firm with a transgender focus. She helps cutting-edge organizations position themselves to attract and retain the best talent, foster collaborative working environments, and drive innovation by creating fully trans-inclusive cultures.Ā  Gabrielle has been an out and active transwoman since 2010. In 2020, she published her memoir meets self-help book Embrace Your Truth: A Journey of Authenticity. In 2019, the Atlanta business Chronicle acknowledged her as their Diversity & Inclusion ā€œOutstanding Voiceā€ Award recipient and she delivered a TEDx talk for Centennial Park Women TEDx, Building Your Courage Muscles.Ā  From 2012-2015, Rev. Linda Herzer served a church with a large transgender population. This resulted in her learning much about gender diverse people, becoming an active ally, and authoring The Bible and the Transgender Experience: How Scripture Supports Gender Variance. Linda has co-facilitated support groups for trans individuals and their loved ones, including the parents and spouses of trans children and adults. Ā She was honored to be made an honorary member of the Atlanta chapter of Tri-Ess, an international organization for cross-dressers, and to receive the Georgia Diversity Councilā€™s 2020 LGBTQ+ Ally Award. This episode we discuss šŸŒˆFinding the courage to live your truthĀ  šŸŒˆThe costs and rewards of authenticityĀ  šŸŒˆAffirming spaces for Trans Christians šŸŒˆHow to be a better ally to trans folks Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Gabrielle and Linda Gabrielle's Book Embrace Your Truth: A Journey of Authenticity Linda's Book The Bible and the Transgender Experience: How Scripture Supports Gender Variance.
01:25:42
November 19, 2020
Radical Belonging with Dr. Lindo Bacon
Dr. Baconā€™s Mission to promote social and economic justice and help generate a culture of belonging to galvanize a body positivity movement that celebrates the influence of our multiple intersecting identities to provide the critical thought, inspiring vision, and practical strategies you need to celebrate and care for your own body to help you develop your skills to educate, motivate, and inspire others, and to nurture a culture of belonging Clearly, Lindo's mission is a perfect fit for Body Liberation for All. Ā Radical Belonging: How to Survive and Thrive in an Unjust World (While Transforming It for the Better) is an incredible blend of personal storytelling and profound insights that address the role that system of oppression plays in damaging the health of marginalized folx. Ā  I love that Lindo does more than simply illuminate the issues at hand. Ā They explain how we can thrive in the present tense while working toward meaningful change. Ā  This episode we discuss:Ā  šŸŒˆThe mythical norm šŸŒˆThe impact marginalization has on physical and emotional healthĀ  šŸŒˆHow to pursue safety, community, and a sense of belonging šŸŒˆBuilding a self-compassion practiceĀ  Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Lindo's work https://lindobacon.com/
48:39
November 16, 2020
The Come Up Take Over Part 2; Phases of Activism and Emotional Labor *Bonus Episode*
This is part 2 of the Body Liberation for All takeover series I completed in partnership with Nik Whitcomb on "The Come Up" Nik Whitcomb is a host, artist, content creator, and emerging thought leader born and raised in Omaha, NE. The bulk of Nik's work has been in the world of entertainment and he was recently named a "Theatre Worker You Should Know" by American Theatre Magazine. Nik has had a successful career as an actor, director, educator, and administrator at a number of major theatrical institutions around the country and has been able to mix and mingle with the best and brightest. He now uses his natural gift of gab and philosophical worldview to engage in authentic conversations and investigate solutions to issues plaguing our society. Nik's natural charisma, honest approach, and willingness to ask tough questions with a smile has made him a leader and rising voice for positive change. In this episode, we chat with local Atlanta artist and JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) master Ricardo Corporan.Ā  This episode we discussĀ  šŸŒˆPhases of activismĀ  šŸŒˆSetting boundaries šŸŒˆViolence of microaggressions šŸŒˆChronic dismissal of voices of color šŸŒˆPrioritizing joy for POC Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Nik http://www.thecomeupwithnikwhitcomb.com/ https://www.instagram.com/nikwizzle/ Connect with Ricardo https://www.instagram.com/artbyricardocorporan/
01:06:54
November 09, 2020
How Being Yourself Can Change the World with Lindley Ashline
Lindley Ashline (pronounced LIN-lee, she/her) creates photographs that celebrates the unique beauty of bodies that fall outside conventional "beauty" standards. She is also the creator of Body Liberation Stock and the Body Love Shop, a curated resource for body-friendly products and artwork. Find Lindley's work and get her free weekly Body Liberation Guide at http://bit.ly/bodyliberationguide. This episode we discuss šŸ“· The function of propaganda and misinformationĀ  šŸ“· Intersectionality and FatphobiaĀ  šŸ“· Purging internalized biasĀ  šŸ“· Honoring the emotional labor of others šŸ“· Forms of activism and focusing on serving fat folx Resources Join the mailing list for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ inclusive wellness and self-help content https://www.sendfox.com/daliakinsey Subscribe to the Youtube Channel to watch the interview https://www.youtube.com/daliakinsey Support the show here and get VIP access to monthly office hours with me. šŸ’»Book a 1:1 coaching session Ā https://bookme.name/kinsey/lite/11-coaching-session Connect with LindleyĀ  http://www.instagram.com/bodyliberationwithlindley https://www.facebook.com/bodyliberationphotos https://twitter.com/lindleyashline http://www.bodyliberationphotos.comĀ 
01:19:34
November 02, 2020
Creating Space for Black and Queer Folks : Special Collab Bonus with Nik Whitcomb of The Come Up
This is part 1 of a 2 part takeover Body Liberation for All completed in partnership with Nik Whitcomb on "The Come Up" Nik Whitcomb is a host, artist, content creator, and emerging thought leader born and raised in Omaha, NE. The bulk of Nik's work has been in the world of entertainment and he was recently named a "Theatre Worker You Should Know" by American Theatre Magazine. Nik has had a successful career as an actor, director, educator, and administrator at a number of major theatrical institutions around the country and has been able to mix and mingle with the best and brightest. He now uses his natural gift of gab and philosophical worldview to engage in authentic conversations and investigate solutions to issues plaguing our society. Nik's natural charisma, honest approach, and willingness to ask the tough questions with a smile has made him a leader and rising voice for positive change. In this episode we chat with friend of "The Come Up" Jamillah Hinson aboutĀ  šŸŒˆcreating successful space for black & queer bodies šŸŒˆthe root of resistance to equity and inclusion šŸŒˆusing your creative power to clear obstacles šŸŒˆreturning to your true selfĀ  Resources Join the mailing list for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ inclusive wellness and self-help content https://www.sendfox.com/daliakinsey Subscribe to the Youtube Channel to watch the interview https://www.youtube.com/daliakinsey Support the show here and get VIP access to monthly office hours with me. šŸ’»Book a 1:1 coaching session Ā https://bookme.name/kinsey/lite/11-coaching-session Connect with Nik http://www.thecomeupwithnikwhitcomb.com/ https://www.instagram.com/nikwizzle/
48:01
October 26, 2020
Creating Sacred Space for Marginalized Communities with Steven Wakabayashi of Yellow Glitter
Steven Wakabayashi is a second-generation Japanese-Taiwanese-American, leading design teams and creating equitable spaces in New York City. When he's not working, he is recording podcasts for his show, Yellow Glitter ā€“ mindfulness through queer Asian stories, hosting support groups for marginalized communities, writing in his weekly newsletter Mindful Moments, and hosting evening sessions for QTPOC Design ā€“ an organization empowering LGBTQ+ designers of color with education, mentorship, and networking opportunities.- why it is more important than ever now to create safe spaces and share our stories with one another. This episode we discuss šŸ¦„why safe spaces are crucial to healing šŸ¦„why sharing our QTBIPOC stories with one another is essential šŸ¦„the Gaysian experience šŸ¦„processing rejection from mothers šŸ¦„mindfulness through a queer lens šŸ¦„decolonizing love and relationshipsĀ  Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Steven Yellow Glitter Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/yellow-glitter/id1475385544 https://www.instagram.com/stevenwakabayashi/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/stevenwakabayashi/
56:05
October 19, 2020
Oh Hey: Liberation Jubilation *Bonus Episode*
I recently had the pleasure of making a guest appearance on the fellow queer podcast "Oh Hey" "Oh Hey" is a fun show lead by two gay guys from different generations. Every week they discuss current topics in the LGBTQ+ community. Ryan and Todd will leave no topic untouched. Whether it's trans activism or the proper way to douche. If you are down for a gay ol' time make sure to check out their feed. Ā Ā https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/oh-hey/id1487480780 Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Ryan and Todd https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/oh-hey/id1487480780
01:19:25
October 12, 2020
Loving and Living Media When it Doesn't Love You Back: Horror from a Queer Perspective
Stephen Indrisano is a bisexual audio fanatic with an education in Psychology and Theater. Having graduated from the University of Vermont in 2018, he had been making a living working as a general theater technician until the COVID crisis of 2020. He has since pivoted to learning everything he can about sound as a freelance audio professional for podcasting and voiceOver. In his spare time, he co-hosts a Stephen King fancast called the Stephen King Boo! Club, which brings a literary eye to popular paperback fiction. We covered a massive amount of territory in this conversation. Ā Stephen is hilarious and insightful. This episode we discuss šŸŒˆIdentifying boring racist and homophobic tropes in media šŸŒˆExperiencing film through a queer lens šŸŒˆQueer representation in horror šŸŒˆBi visibility in the queer community šŸŒˆSpeech as performance šŸŒˆFinding ways to nurture your artistic passion and pay bills šŸŒˆThe secret to peace of mind in the dumpster fire that is 2020 Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with StephenĀ  indrisanoaudio.com stephenkingbooclub.wixsite.com/read
01:10:06
October 05, 2020
Become Your Own Best Lover : Diva Darling Gives us the Sex Talk
Diva Darling is a force of nature who's the perfect storm of high femme and lowbrow, with lightning in her eyes and thunder in her thighs. This queer, curvy Beltway bombshell is a DC-based burlesque performer, writer, sex educator, and producer of the underground hit storytelling show Smut Slam DC. She's editing and writing for the first book of sexy confessions from Smut Slam International, Anonymous Sex Vol. I, due out in October. This episode we discuss: šŸŒˆOvercoming barriers to great sex šŸŒˆNavigating consent with a new partnerĀ  šŸŒˆHealing sexual woundsĀ  šŸŒˆThe value and beauty of solo sexĀ  šŸŒˆMoving beyond theĀ heteronormative assumptionsĀ  Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Ā Diva DarlingĀ  https://divanations.com/ Check Out DC Smut Slam https://dc.smutslam.com/ Ā Ā Ā Ā https://www.facebook.com/SmutSlamDC/ Read Diva Darling's Writing at Lotus Blooms https://blog.lotusblooms.com/category/posts-by-author/diva-darling/ Queer Adult Production Company: Pink & White ProductionsĀ 
01:00:57
September 21, 2020
Pride Leadership with The Gay Leadership Dude Dr. Steve Yacovelli
Dr. Steve Yacovelli Ā (ā€œThe Gay Leadership Dudeā€) is Owner & Principal of TopDog Learning Group, LLC, a learning and development, leadership, change management, and diversity and inclusion consulting firm based in Orlando, FL, USA, with affiliates across the globe. Dr. Steve has worked with Fortune 500 greats like The Walt Disney Company and Bayer to amazing not-for-profits like The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and The American Library Association; large universities like The Ohio State University and The University of Central Florida, to small entrepreneurial rock stars like International Training & Development and GovMojo, Inc. , helping them grow, expand, and be successful with change management, diversity and inclusion, and leadership consulting. With over twenty-five years of experience in leadership, strategy, organizational learning, and communication, Steve is a rare breed of professional that understands the power of using academic theory and applying it to the corporate setting to achieve business results.Ā  This episode we discussĀ  šŸŒˆThe secret to great leadership šŸŒˆLGBTQ+ Leadership šŸŒˆTrue Diversity and Inclusion šŸŒˆQueer Leadership Superpowers and the premise of "Pride Leadership" Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Steve Get your free copy of Pride Leadership (just cover shipping; for US addresses only) http://topdog.click/freeship Ā 
40:01
September 07, 2020
Your Life is a Work of Art: Overcoming Internalized Shame
David Mielke is a gay man born in Campbell River, BC, where an extraordinary teacher named Marie Rackham helped him turn his life around when he dropped back into high school after running away from home at the age of 15. He went on to work in Los Angeles as an actor and singer, appearing in television and theatre. When Marie was diagnosed with cancer, David returned to Canada to care for her, and together they created the award-winning Cozy Grammar series as a way for her to be, as she put it, ā€œwhere cancer isnā€™t.ā€ After her death, he worked in LGBTIQ social services before returning to acting and creating autobiographical stage shows. David lives in a yurt with his husband, Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma, on Vashon Island, WA. Ā Their latest collaborations are The Driftwood Bridge - An Offering of Story and Song; and a series of videos called Broadway In The Yurt. This episode we discuss šŸŒˆOvercoming internalized shame šŸŒˆTurning stumbling blocks into bridges to love šŸŒˆComposting crappy experiences into fertilizer to help others grow šŸŒˆSeeing your life itself as a work of art šŸŒˆThe intersection of personal growth and creative expression Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with DavidĀ  The Driftwood Bridge: https://driftwoodbridge.com/ Cozy Grammar: https://www.cozygrammar.com/ Broadway in the Yurt: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLl2ncwKAizN_hvr6GzTElOb5FHzAmszby New York Times piece (Yes, we're still living in the yurt!) https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/12/style/modern-love-coronavirus-living-together.html
01:16:02
August 24, 2020
Processing Rejection from the Church and Finding Your Own Queer Spiritual Path with Reverend Catharine Clarenbach
If you, like so many of us have experienced rejection from the religious tradition of your youth, this conversation with Reverence Catherine will touch your heart.Ā  Rev. Catharine Clarenbach self-identifies as a white, fat, queer cis femme with physical disabilities and managed mental illness. All these identities inform her spiritual work and passion for intersectional justice. This episode we discuss šŸŒˆRecovering from rejection from your religious communityĀ  šŸŒˆThe difference between Fat Liberation and Body Positivity šŸŒˆSizeism in spiritual communitiesĀ  šŸŒˆThe importance of joy in liberation Resources Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ  šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links Join the Facebook Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/decolonizingwellness šŸ’»Learn more about working with me 1:1 Mastering Intuitive Eating and Self-Trust Total Transformation ProgramĀ  Connect with Catharine https://thewayoftheriver.com/
01:04:31
August 03, 2020
Introducing Body Liberation For All
Body Liberation For All is an inclusive new resource created specifically for queer folks and POC. Ā Starting August 3rd Iā€™ll be coming to you every month Ā with everything from meditations for self-acceptance, intersectional food for thought, tools to adopt body lead eating practices to rebuild your sense of personal power, and reviews of new songs, shows, films and other media that celebrate a diverse array of identities. Ā  This is not another super white, straight, cis self-care podcast. Ā This is the resource you have been waiting for.Ā  Join the mailing list so you never miss an episode Ā https://www.sendfox.com/daliakinsey Support the show here and get VIP access to monthly office hours with me.
01:40
July 31, 2020