Sisters and founders of FIT & NU™, Joslyn & Brittney Rae Reese disrupt unhealthy habits one discussion at a time with real talk and tips for women of color to heal • thy • habits.
For the woman who does it all, Habit Therapy is your "chill place to heal".
In this episode of Habit Therapy, sisters Joslyn and Brittney Rae sit down (virtually) with Harlem Cycle founder, Tammeca Rochester to learn her many layers as a fellow #womaninwellness, and discuss the too common "trade-offs" women of color make for their health, family and future.
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This episode is a throwback from our Live IG show, recorded last year, April 2020 during the height of the pandemic. Follow FIT & NU™ on Instagram for the full live and in color conversation featuring sisters Joslyn and Brittney Rae Reese, and commentary by Joslyn's daughter, Kennedy "KeKe" Reign.
We hope you enjoy it!
FIT & NU™ founders, Joslyn & Brittney Rae Reese interview Dr. Sharan Abdul-Rahman - a board certified OBGYN and founder of private GYN practice in Philadelphia, called Today’s Woman. Dr. Rahman specializes in midlife female care with a focus on promoting health and healing while working toward eliminating racial health care disparities. Throughout it all, she has come to appreciate the “wonder of woman” and to recognize that we all share similar female insecurities and aspirations.
Mentioned resources by Dr. Rahman:
Black Women's Health podcast
The Black Women's Health Directory