Welcome to Not Another Wellness Podcast, a podcast on a mission to destigmatize wellness one episode at a time.
No, you don't need a dry brush, a jade roller, a collection of crystals, or a fridge full of kale to be healthy. Health and wellness is really about tuning inward, following the things that light you up in this world, and honoring what makes you, you.
Join Natalie Dellinger and guests as they dive into everyday wellness. This podcast covers topics like the self-care, entrepreneurship, authenticity, nutrition, spirituality, healing, movement, and so much more.
Adam Hise is a writer from Covington, Virginia. Adam and I met in 2006 and then reconnected in 2018. In those years in between, Adam turned inward. He challenged nearly every aspect of his “identity," dug deep, got vulnerable, and faced his ego head on. On the podcast today, Adam shares his journey of self- discovery. It’s jam packed with insight and what he found on the other side. This passionate soul is going to change the world someday. Stay tuned for more from him.
What is the health and wellness lifestyle?
Adam’s daily routine:
Stretching, cold showers, meditation
The journey to self-acceptance
"All of mans trouble stems from his inability to sit in a room by himself"
How summers in Bozeman, Montana and how that turned Adam, “inward."
Writing and impact, “seeming" vs. “being”
What is the ego?
Adam's Medium Articles:
Episode 39: Body Wisdom
Cara Carin Cifelli
Host of Love Your Bod Pod
Author of Body Wisdom
Cara Carin Cifelli is a certified holistic health coach who helps humans feel confident around food and in their bodies.
Cara is a certified holistic health coach who helps humans feel confident around food and in their bodies. Through education, positive psychology, neuroscience, intuitive development and major realness; she offers her clients a personal, integrated experience that allows them to connect deeply to the woven in wisdom of their bodies so healthy eating and healthy living is fun and easy, not full of guilt, stress and shame. Through her private mentorship, online course, podcast, and instagram, Cara is inspiring others to live fully self-expressed, free from societies expectations of their bodies and their lives. She's been featured in Mind Body Green, Recovery Warriors, Elephant Journey, and The Feed Feed and is the author of the book Body Wisdom now available on Amazon.
*Cara’s journey of healing from an eating disorder
*Cultural programing and the issue with grouping "health and weight loss” in the same category
*The impact of the media
*The pursuit of thinness
*The pressure on women to be thin and beautiful
*The real story behind the food industry
*Orthorexia, what is it?
*How we demonize food in diet culture
*The impact of the wellness culture on diet culture
*Food for pleasure
*Why eating doesn’t have to be complicated
Episode 38: What you need to know about period with Amanda Montalvo
Amanda is an integrative dietitian & women’s health expert specializing in women's hormones. She helps people have an awesome period by decreasing their toxic load and balancing their hormones naturally.
On this episode, we explore periods, explain the 4 phases of the menstrual cycle, birth control, birth control symtoms, and how our environment impacts the way our body functions.
What is a period?
How does birth control work?
What is the difference between a hormonal and a copper IUD?
How can you transition off hormonal birth control?
How you can naturally support liver detox to balance hormones.
Reducing toxic load.
You can find Amanda https://yournontoxiclife.com/my-story/ and on Instagram @amandamontalvord
#37 Adaptogenic Herbal Coffee // Lopa van der Mersch, Rasa Koffee
How does your body respond to coffee?
Think about it for a second... Does it make you feel jittery, anxious or irritable? If so, you are NOT alone and there are healthy alternatives for you and your body! Rasa is an organic adaptogenic herbal coffee alternative with deep roots in Ayurveda and Chinese medicine. The Rasa formula is packed with great-tasting herbs that provide lasting energy and nourish your adrenals rather than tax them.
+How Rasa was started: Where motherhood and business intersect
+Adaptogenic herbs and how they are useful in the body
+How coffee affects the body
+Coffee & Kapha body types
+Acknowledging and listening to our natural energy states
+Lopa’s favorite way to made a Rasa latte
Want more info? Visit Rasa here: https://wearerasa.com/ and on Instagram @wearerasa #notanotherwellnesspodcast
Episode 36: Sex Every Day
Caitlin and Michael Doemner co-authored the book of Sex Every Day, a guidebook to prioritize sex in your marriage. They believe that everyone would be happier & healthier if they focus on their pleasure. They have been happily married for over ten years and have continued to have sex every day despite having four children and building several successful businesses together. In their new book Sex Every Day Caitlin & Michael share the 3-step process they use to prioritize sex in their marriage.
Topics covered on the episode:
+The difference between men and women and how they might approach sex
+The barriers to intimacy in a marriage, like having kids
+Body shame while naked and how to overcome it
+Prioritizing daily sex and intimacy
+How to talk about sex with your partner
+How you can use communication to enhance your relationship/marriage/sex life
+The benefits of daily intimacy
+How mindfulness can increase pleasure
Want more info? I highly recommend this book!
Check out their website here:
Noelle shares her life's purpose of helping clients find balance in their lives so they can live the highest version of themselves, coaching them to self mastery; mastering their mind, mastering their ego, mastering their body, mastering their energy and mastering their souls purpose.
#01 Why Yoga Rules // Regina Hodel
Welcome to Not Another Wellness Podcast!
This is our first episode, an interview with YTT200 yoga teacher Regina Hodel. We dive into Regina's life and journey to becoming a yoga teacher. We talk spirituality, religion, yoga, meditation, mindfulness and why yoga is always a practice.