SoLive Podcast

SoLive Podcast

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Welcome to the So Live podcast. So Live is an educational non-profit with a mission to make effective, nontoxic cancer treatments more accessible to the public, while promoting general health, wellness and happiness. This podcast is an extension of that mission.

So Live takes a holistic approach in that mind, consumption and movement are your strongest allies in creating the mental and physical wellness you desire. Join us on this journey of sharing the best tips, insights and expert advice we’ve come across.
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Rare Ovarian Cancer Threatened Motherhood w/ Lara Kilgore
Join Executive Director, Shanna Schulze, and Board Member, Tracey Keller, as they sit down with Lara Kilgore and hear her amazing journey of overcoming a rare form of ovarian cancer. Lara shares her strength (or what her family refers to as stubbornness!) in charting her own course from the moment her OBGYN spotted a grapefruit size mass on her left ovary to showing up at her first oncologist appointment equipped with printouts from her Pubmed research, determined to take a natural path in both instances. She steered her ship as an educated patient, combining traditional diagnostics with a naturopathic approach, feeling good about her process until a surgery that would eliminate her ability to have children was given to her as her prognosis. It’s at this juncture that her healing journey took on a new layer, one that addresses emotional healing. So much wisdom can be gained from the insights she shares, regarding her inner healing journey and the role it plays in both physical and emotional health. Tune in to hear her fascinating story of healing. Shanna Schulze is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of SoLive, Inc. You can follow Shanna on Facebook and Instagram (@mrsshannaschulze). Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It. Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.
47:13
July 1, 2020
Divine Health Center w/ Alicia Bryan
Executive Director, Shanna Schulze, and Board Member and Eating Psychology Coach, Tracey Keller, chat with Alicia Bryan, founder of Divine Health Center (DHC), about the holistic approach and programs offered to help restore, repair, regenerate and renew our mind, body, spirit connection. The Divine Health Center is a nonprofit premier holistic wellness center located in Alamo Heights, Texas. The DHC offers programs that help the entire being – mind, body, and spirit. DHC has procured the top practitioners in regenerative health to provide clients with cutting edge solutions for their wellness needs. Visit their website at www.divinehealthcenter.com. DHC’s mission is to restore harmony in every part of your being. Detoxing your mind, body, and spirit simultaneously is nothing short of a divine experience. Cleansing yourself from toxins, pollutants, toxic thoughts, chaos, noise, and sludge is the key to a vibrant you! ” Join us in this week’s interview with Alicia Bryan to hear her inspiration behind creating the Divine Health Center, her vision for the future of the DHC, how you can participate and why she refers to DHC’s offering as a “spa for your soul”! Shanna Schulze is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of SoLive, Inc. You can follow Shanna on Facebook and Instagram (@mrsshannaschulze). Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It. Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.
34:04
June 24, 2020
Body Engineering Therapies w/ Tosh James
Executive Director, Shanna Schulze, and Board Member, Shanna Covey, sit down with Tosh James, founder of an elite wellness consulting firm called Le Connoisseurs, to discuss Biologix, a safe and effective, nontoxic regimen that has been successfully helping people with a wide range of ailments including cancer. Biologix is an all natural (no synthetics are involved in it’s production) regimen derived from ingredients harvested in the the pristine forests of Eastern Europe. What makes Biologix different from simply adopting a fully organic diet, is the proprietary engineering that goes into creating each customized regimen. Research for what is now known as Biologix began in the late 1800s and was perfected in the 1970s when mathematical algorithms were developed for directing the regimen in accordance with the specific needs of the body. This ability to target and direct its application at highly customized levels is what makes the regimen so effective at helping the body combat whatever is going on, whether it’s helping the body heal a soft tissue injury, fighting Hepatitis C, healing cancer or any number of additional things that take the body out of its natural state of health. As the founder of Le Connoisseurs, Tosh James informs and guides those who are eager to learn about true wellness. With an exclusive list of clientele, celebs, dignitaries and royals, he also consults organizations worldwide on the broken industry of wellness and the future of global healthcare. If Biologix feels like an option for you, the first step is to book a 30 minute consultation. This can be done by calling Tosh’s office at (512) 410-9330 or emailing him directly at ask@toshjames.com. For more information, you can also visit www.ToshJames.com. Shanna Schulze is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of SoLive. You can follow Shanna on Facebook and Instagram (@mrsshannaschulze). Shanna Covey is a mindset coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people shift beliefs based in fear, lack and doubt to those based in self-love, abundance and faith. Through this work, she helps clients strengthen their mental-emotional wellbeing as well as their manifestation practice. She’s the author of A Call to the Heart: Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit and host of the podcast, Always Shine Brightly. She’s also a board member with SoLive and a regular co-host on the SoLive Podcast. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram (@ShannaCovey). Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.
48:56
June 17, 2020
Eating Psychology w/ Tracey Keller
This week, Executive Director, Shanna Schulze, and board member, Shanna Covey, sit down with fellow board member and SoLive Wellness Partner, Tracey Keller, to talk about her work as an eating psychology coach, life coach and personal trainer. What sets Tracey apart from other personal trainers is her background in eating psychology. Instead of approaching health and fitness solely from the physical elements of monitoring and adjusting what we put into the body and how we expend the calories we consume, Tracey works with the emotional body to understand where a client is coming from in their desire to change the body. In doing so, she teaches her clients how to come into more self-love and innate worthiness. She empowers her clients to enjoy the process of transformation by first accepting who they are no matter how the body looks. She teaches them to be grateful for all the ways their body has served and continues to serve them. In bringing clients into deeper self-love and appreciation, she’s helping them heal any untrue thoughts they’ve picked up in their life experience. By helping clients heal their emotional body, the desired physical changes flow more naturally from this healed space. When you come from already loving yourself, it’s much easier to make choices that support the body’s functioning (versus trying to punish it into submission). She says the body is simply responding to us. If we’re cursing it, it’ll rise to the curse. Alternatively, if we’re loving it, it’ll rise to love and appreciation. This inside out approach to change (versus an outside in approach), allows for longer lasting change in her client’s desired outcome. It also creates a greater sense of inner peace, where striving to manipulate the body is no longer used to feel a sense of peace. As mentioned in the episode, you can hear Tracey’s personal story in Shanna Covey’s podcast, Always Shine Brightly on Episode 11: The Barbie Illusion w/ Tracey Keller (link: http://bit.ly/2TZHVWs) Tracey works passionately with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them set up practices that lead to success in their highest calling. As an eating psychology coach, she shares an exciting and cutting edge approach to food and eating. This approach effectively addresses weight concerns, binge eating, overeating, body image challenges and various nutrition-related health concerns. Her approach is positive and empowering. She doesn’t see eating challenges merely as a sign that “something is wrong with you” – but as a place where one can more fully explore some of the personal dimensions of life that impact food, weight, athletic performance and health. To book sessions or speaking engagements contact, visit Tracey's SoLive Wellness Partner's page for more detail.  For more information on SoLive, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow SoLive on Facebook and Instagram. Please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.  Shanna Schulze is a corporate &franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as our Executive Director. Shanna Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart. She is a life coach and founding board member with SoLive.
39:54
March 11, 2020
Overcoming An 8lb Tumor w/ Keresa Richardson
Keresa Richardson got the surprise of a lifetime when, during her annual visit to the OBGYN, she was informed she had a tumor the size of a grapefruit. Her visit the prior year showed no signs of health issues. Unfortunately, female cancers tend to show up silently, without warning so it’s highly advised to make it to your annual visit. At the time of her visit, her doctor felt certain the tumor was not cancerous, so, instead of sending her to an oncologist, he proceeded with surgery to remove it. More bad news: the tumor was cancerous and it burst during surgery, causing cancer to spread throughout her body. Her doctor retired shortly thereafter. Knowing she did not want to go the traditional routes of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, she sought other options, which ultimately led her to Dr. Truitt and his Amyloxine treatment. Her story comes with a unique set of complications along the journey to recovery, but fortunately, she got there! Join our Executive Director, Shanna Schulze, and board member, Tracey Keller, as they speak with Keresa about her journey from diagnosis to recovery. Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it. BIOS: Keresa is a huge advocate for others who are facing cancer and looking for non-conventional options. She serves as both a prayer warrior and an information hub for treatment options that may work for them.  Shanna Schulze is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of So Live, Inc. You can follow Shanna on Facebook and Instagram (@mrsshannaschulze). Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It
33:20
March 4, 2020
5 Pillars of Health w/ Dr. Goff
This week’s guest, Dr. Jonathan Goff, is not your average chiropractor. Instead, he operates more as a functional medicine doctor where, in addition to a chiropractor’s primary focus on the nervous system, he also incorporates additional aspects of health and wellness in what he refers to as his 5 Pillars of health program. These 5 pillars include: Detox, Nutrition, Fitness, Hormones & the Nervous System. Through his 5 Pillar Program, Dr. Goff is empowering his patients to not need him. He empowers them to adopt a healthy lifestyle that serves them in the long run, where their return visits are as needed chiropractic adjustments (similar to a car needing an oil change…something to keep the body or car going as apart of an ongoing maintenance plan). Join Shanna and board member, Tracey Keller, in this fascinating conversation with Dr. Goff on health and wellness. Contact Dr. Goff at (210) 487-1204 or visit www.drgoff.com. Shanna Schulze is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of So Live, Inc. You can follow Shanna on Facebook and Instagram (@mrsshannaschulze). Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It. Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.
49:09
February 26, 2020
Amyloxine Cancer Treatment Testimonial w/ Charlotte Lacy
We, at SoLive, love Charlotte Lacy! Her spunk, faith and zest for life are contagious! Her story is one you will not want to miss… In 2002, Charlotte was in the middle of her thriving real-estate career, enjoying life as the grandmother and months away from marrying her soulmate when she received a Stage 4 cancer diagnosis for Lymphatic cancer. Not knowing of any other treatment options available to her, she proceeded with the commonly recommended treatment of Chemotherapy, where she, then, lost all of her hair after her first treatment. Her white blood cell count also dropped to the point of being severely concerned if someone with the common cold was in the same vicinity as her. She wasn’t keen on this treatment route knowing others who had suffered it fateful side effects. But, again, she knew of no other options. Then, one momentous real-estate appointment changed the course of her life. It was during this appointment that she was given the infamous VHS tape of Dr. Truitt’s lecture (which is now available on YouTube!). She immediately resonated with Dr. Truitt’s knowledge and description of how his medication, Amyloxine, works and began the patient consultation process. People who choose to treat cancer through alternative routes often meet well meaning resistance from loved ones (which is completely understandable). Charlotte’s situation was no different. Her family was scared and concerned by her choice. But she felt she was in alignment with what was right for her and proceeded faithfully. Even her beloved partner, Robert, asked her one final time at Dr. Truitt’s hospital, “Are you sure this is what you want to do?”. Her conviction was a strong Yes. Two injections of Amyloxine, six weeks of an oral version of the medication and two weeks of another customized version of consuming specific juice based nutrients later, Charlotte went back to her stateside oncologist to have her blood work done and the doctor’s response was, “Wow, you’re cancer-free, but I don’t see your chemo-treatment in your file?”. (Tune into our interview to hear the full extent of this fascinating conversation between her and her doctor)! Lymphatic cancer is one of the more aggressive cancers in that it tends to come back. Because Charlotte went through Dr. Truitt’s treatment, she not only had a positive experience during the two month treatment process, she also experienced a high quality of life for the next 7 or 8 years before receiving a second cancer diagnosis for lymphatic cancer (but this time it was caught at Stage 3). She immediately returned to Dr. Truitt for treatment and has enjoyed a high quality of life for the past 11 years! Join Shanna Schulze, our Executive Director, and Shanna Covey, one of our board members, in this powerful conversation with the always feisty Charlotte Lacy, where she shares her story and spunk in more detail! If you’re interested in speaking with to Dr. Truitt’s patient consultant, she can be reached at 1 (888) 205-3262. For more information on SoLive, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow SoLive on Facebook and Instagram. Please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it. Shanna Schulze is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of SoLive, Inc. Shanna Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart. She is a life coach and founding board member with SoLive. 
34:15
February 19, 2020
Healing Cancer through the Power of Faith, Nutrition & Chemical-Free Living w/ Jerrica Alvarado
We were completely blown away by Jerrica Alvarado’s powerful story of healing from cancer. There’s never an ideal situation to receive a cancer diagnosis. For Jerrica, that meant being 22 with a two year old son, a six month old son (who was also battle health issues) and a husband who was about to be deployed (and was out of state in training). Jerrica kept this diagnosis to herself not wanting anything weighing on her husband's mind prior to heading into battle as an infantry soldier. Turning to her extended family was not an option as these relationships were in disarray at the time. In not having a support system to turn to after receiving her initial diagnosis, she faithfully turned to God (and amazingly had the forethought to consider there must be a purpose to her diagnosis!). Armed with her faith in God’s capacity to heal her and a deep belief there must be a bigger purpose to her diagnosis, she returned to her next doctor’s appointment with the ability to powerfully state: “I do not receive this diagnosis”. She, then, began following the bread crumb trail of information leading her down an alternative route to healing her cancer where she overhauled her nutrition and removed the chemicals from her home. Four months later a mammogram revealed no cancer! Knowing there was a greater purpose to her diagnosis, she’s dedicated the last nine years to becoming a wellness expert, becoming a certified health coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Today she serves as a health coach and leads wellness seminars. Join Executive Director, Shanna Schulze, and Board Member, Tracey Keller, as they sit down with Jerrica Alvarado to hear her incredible story of healing. Bios: Jerrica Alvarado is a wellness advocate with health coach certification through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She coaches others on their wellness journey and regularly leads wellness seminars. You can connect Jerrica on LinkedIn.  Shanna Schulze is a franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of So Live, Inc. You can follow Shanna on Facebook and Instagram (@mrsshannaschulze). Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at RISE2It. Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “SoLive Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it. For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram.
41:40
February 12, 2020
Amyloxine Cancer Medication Consultant & SoLive Founder, Charlene Barnes, Shares Her Story
We’re so excited to share the story behind SoLive in today’s episode with its founder, Charlene Barnes (Charlene also happens to be our Executive Director, Shanna Schulze’s, Mom)! Charlene shares the inspiration behind her passion for health and wellness information (which started decades before this information was considered mainstream) and the ensuing journey it has led her on. A journey that included co-owning Herbal Thyme, a health store in Del Rio, Texas in the early 1990s where one customer’s request to address her cancer diagnosis without chemotherapy, radiation or surgery led Charlene to the unexpected: Dr. Frank Truitt. Dr. Truitt is a medical doctor who was successfully treating cancer, usually at stages three and four, with a medication that did not harm the patient’s healthy cells. This was 1997; nearly 23 years later, her friend and many others who have undergone this treatment are still thriving cancer-free today. In 2007, Charlene founded SoLive with the original intent to serve as a centralized information hub for informing people that Dr. Truitt’s treatment exists. She originally envisioned that the non-profit would aide Dr. Truitt in his own research (his scope as a scientific researcher expands beyond cancer, especially since he’s already found a medication that successfully addresses cancer). With time, SoLive’s mission has evolved into an organization fully independent of Dr. Truitt’s Lifeforce Hospital. We have expanded beyond just information about Amyloxine. Instead, SoLive now serves as an educational non-profit which shares information, including informing people about his cancer treatment, Amyloxine, and searching for other medical options that may exist, along with all natural options. We also focus on providing preventative information to help people avoid getting cancer in the first place. Collectively, our mission is to help people live a higher quality of life by aiding them with the best information to support them in their journey. Join Executive Director, Shanna Schulze, and board member, Shanna Covey, as they chat with Charlene about her journey to becoming a self-taught expert on health and wellness information, working as Patient Consultant for the brilliant Dr. Frank Truitt for the past 22 years, as well as the origin story of the formation of SoLive. If you’re interested in speaking with Charlene about Dr. Truitt’s treatment, she can be reached at 1 (888) 205-3262. You can also follow Charlene on her "Rock On Ranch" Facebook page (where she shares information about her garden, greenhouse, milk goats, and family)! Please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it. For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram. Shanna Schulze is a corporate and franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of So Live, Inc. Shanna Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart, Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit. She is a life coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people align more deeply with the truth of their nature. Shanna is also a founding board member with So Live, where she holds a deep passion for letting people know safe and effective cancer treatments options exist and are available. You can follow her on Facebook (@ShannaKayCovey) and Instagram (@ShannaCovey).
47:27
February 5, 2020
The Importance of Clean-Crafted Organic Wine w/ Scout & Cellar Consultant, Connie Hurley
In this episode, So Live’s Executive Director, Shanna Lee Schulze, and Board Member, Shanna Kay Covey, sit down with Connie Hurley to learn about Scout & Cellar, a company dedicated to bringing clean-crafted organic wine to consumers. Connie educates us on the difference between mass produced wine, organic wine and Scout & Cellar’s clean-crafted organic wine. Despite the industry’s high threshold for allowable chemical additives, Scout & Cellar has taken it upon themselves to ensure their sourced wine is free of synthetic pesticides, chemical additives and added sugars. As a result, their wine tastes cleaner and smoother and you're no longer at risk of side effects and health issues associated with consuming chemicals, which also means no more headaches the next day! To learn more about Scout & Cellar or if you’re interested in purchasing Scout & Cellar wine, you can visit Connie’s website. You can also contact Connie at (210) 392-5399 to speak directly with her, especially if you're interested in hosting a tasting! We'll also be serving Scout & Cellar wine at our 3rd Annual Healthy Habits for the Holidays Workshop on Sunday, November 3rd at 4:00PM at Pharm Table! We’ll also have a social with a one hour interactive presentation with healthy appetizers provided by Pharm Table. Registration is $35 per person. To purchase tickets go HERE! Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it. For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram. Shanna Schulze is a franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of So Live, Inc. Shanna Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart, Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit. She is a life coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people align more deeply with the truth of their nature. When people are aligned with their inner nature, they live confidently from that truth. From this inner knowing, they learn to direct their lives according to their unique soul blueprint. Shanna is also a founding board member with So Live, where she holds a deep passion for letting people know safe and effective cancer treatments options exist and are available. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram.
18:37
October 23, 2019
The Power of Breath w/ Physical Therapist & Yoga Instructor, Nydia Tijerina Darby
In this episode, Eating Psychology Coach & Personal Trainer, Tracey Keller, and spiritual author and life coach, Shanna Covey, sit down with Nydia Tijerina Darby to discuss her unique offering of Nydia’s Yoga Therapy: “where physical therapy meets yoga”. Nydia shares how her background as a Doctor of Physical Therapy, years of studying movement and the power of breath work together to create a more holistic approach to reduce the suffering of those who experience acute and/or chronic pain and empowering those individuals who want to avoid suffering future orthopedic or neuromuscular challenges. Through her unique practice, Nydia is serving as an ambassador for yoga in the San Antonio medical community and facilitates the continuing education of the general community and its community of medical and yoga professionals. She’s able to dispel misconceptions about yoga and promote safe and effective yoga instruction and practices that emphasize breath centered awareness, functional mobility and stability, use of proper technique and balanced spinal/joint alignment modified to meet the needs of the individual whether they practice alone or in a group setting. Nydia also mentors and trains her team of yoga instructors and participates in yoga research so the healing and transformational approach that is Nydia’s Yoga Therapy can positively impact as many lives as possible.  You can follow Nydia's Yoga Therapy on Facebook and Instagram. Nydia is also a guest presenter at our 3rd Annual Healthy Habits for the Holidays Workshop on Sunday, November 3rd at 4:00PM at Pharm Table! DETAILS: In addition to the one hour interactive presentation, we'll also have healthy appetizers provided by Pharm Table and clean crafted organic wine provided by Scout & Cellar. Early Bird Registration is $25 per person. After Oct. 20th, tickets go to $35 per person. To purchase tickets go HERE! Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it. For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram. Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow Tracey on Facebook at Rise2It. Shanna Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart, Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit. She is a life coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people align more deeply with the truth of their nature. When people are aligned with their inner nature, they live confidently from that truth. From this inner knowing, they learn to direct their lives according to their unique soul blueprint. Shanna is also a founding board member with So Live, where she holds a deep passion for letting people know safe and effective cancer treatments options exist and are available. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram (@ShannaCovey).
45:59
October 15, 2019
Food as Medicine Guru - Interview w/Chef Elizabeth Johnson-Owner of Pharm Table
In this episode, So Live’s Executive Director, Shanna Schulze, and Eating Psychology Coach and Personal Trainer, Tracey Keller, sit down with Chef Elizabeth Johnson. Chef Elizabeth is the owner and creator of Pharm Table, which is "arguably the only anti-inflammatory restaurant of its kind." Referred to as a “Food as Medicine Guru” by the James Beard Foundation, Chef Elizabeth has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Conscious Company Magazine, Edible San Antonio, San Antonio Express News, The Current, San Antonio Woman, La Presse, Toronto Star, San Antonio Magazine, National Restaurant Association Magazine, as well as nationally televised programs like Simply Ming and The Travel Channel. In this conversation, Chef Elizabeth shares her inspiration behind creating Pharm Table and how it’s enabling her to show up as a powerful agent of change regarding mitigating chronic inflammation, the main culprit behind so many of today’s health issues. She takes us through her early mesoamerican influences and the impact it has had on her food preparation and relationship to food, her unique background in multi-disciplinary studies like Anthropology, Culinary Arts and Ayurvedic medicine to deeply understand the healing capacity food offers us.  Chef Elizabeth also mentions her "10 Mantras of the Pharm Table Kitchen", expanding on the 1st mantra: Breathe and be Mindful. Learn more about her mantras here, and at our upcoming workshop (details below)!  We have the pleasure of hosting our 3rd Annual Healthy Habits for the Holidays Workshop at Pharm Table on Sunday, November 3, 2019. As one of our guest presenters, you'll have an opportunity to learn directly from Chef Elizabeth while tasting some of her delicious anti-inflammatory appetizers. This is an interactive presentation that you will not want to miss.  We'll also have clean-crafted organic wine provided by Scout & Cellar. Early Bird Registration is $25 per person. After Oct. 20th, tickets go to $35 per person. To purchase tickets go HERE!  You can also follow Pharm Table on Facebook & Instagram. Shanna Schulze is a franchise attorney with Shumway Van and she also serves as Executive Director of So Live, Inc. Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it. For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram.
31:10
October 10, 2019
Where Does The Authentic You Hide?
Have you noticed you feel freest when have a sense of safety, a comfort and knowing that no matter what you express, those who see it aren’t going to judge you or leave you? Why do we contract in certain situations? Why do we restrict our most natural expression and how can we free ourselves from these constraints? How can we be our most authentic self all the time...not just when outside circumstances offer us safety? Join spiritual author and life coach, Shanna Kay Covey, and Eating Psychology Coach and Personal Trainer, Tracey Keller, as they dive into understanding and healing our compensating behaviors (the ways in which we attempt to feel safe when we’re not coming from an innate sense of safety). Suggested Resource Mentioned In This Episode: During the episode Shanna referenced the Enneagram as a useful tool in helping you understand the compensating behaviors associated with your dominant enneagram type. You can find free tests online to help you discover which of the 9 enneagram types you are most likely dominant in. Remember not to get stuck on the online test results as they tend to characterize each type by their negative attributes. The point of understanding your dominant type is to understand the ways in which you are most likely seeking safety outside of yourself. The goal is to become aware of the pattern so you shift where you’re coming from. In healing what is causing the compensating pattern, you learn to come from a true sense of internal safety. When this occurs the compensating pattern is healed/no longer active in you. If you want to better understand how the Enneagram works and the potential for healing it offers, Shanna recommends reading The Sacred Enneagram by Chris Heuertz. She also suggests listening to The Sleeping At Last Podcast for the episode on your dominant type. ~ For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram (soliveinc). Shanna Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart, Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit. She is a life coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people align more deeply with the truth of their nature. When people are aligned with their inner nature, they live confidently from that truth. From this inner knowing, they learn to direct their lives according to their unique soul blueprint. Shanna is also a founding board member with So Live, where she holds a deep passion for letting people know safe and effective cancer treatments options exist and are available. You can follow her on Facebook (@ShannaKayCovey) and Instagram (@ShannaCovey). Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can find her on Facebook at Rise2It.
31:01
October 2, 2019
You Have The Power to Choose How You See Yourself
More often than not, the way in which we see ourselves is limited to the experiences we’ve had, how people or the world has historically responded to us, what opportunities have come our way, etc. But what if, instead of relying on past data and current circumstances, we flipped this on its head and gained complete power over how we see ourself, what we’re capable of and/or who we need to step into being based on the desires we hold for ourself? What if we consciously chose the energy we embodied based on who we desire to be and how we desire to carry ourselves? This is the power we each individually have and it’s a crucial step to co-creating/manifesting a life in alignment with your desires. Join spiritual author and life coach, Shanna Kay Covey, and Eating Psychology Coach and Personal Trainer, Tracey Keller, as they dive into this topic on this week’s episode. Suggested Exercise Mentioned In This Episode: At the beginning of the episode Shanna suggested the following writing exercise to help better understand what your deeper desires are. Desire Exercise… Round 1: Out of all the infinite possibilities available to me, what do I want? Free write for 7 minutes. Round 2: What do I desire? Free Write for 7 minutes. Round 3: What do I truly desire? Free write for 7 minutes. Do all three rounds in one sitting and repeat the exercise a few times in one week. Then look back over what you wrote and pull out the desires that kept coming up. Those are your deeper desires and what you can apply to the manifestation processes mentioned in this episode. ~ For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram (@soliveinc). Shanna Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart, Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit. She is a life coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people align more deeply with the truth of their nature. When people are aligned with their inner nature, they live confidently from that truth. From this inner knowing, they learn to direct their lives according to their unique soul blueprint. Shanna is also a founding board member with So Live, where she holds a deep passion for letting people know safe and effective cancer treatments options exist and are available. You can follow her on Facebook (@ShannaKayCovey) and Instagram (@ShannaCovey). Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can find her on Facebook at Rise2It.
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September 25, 2019
Discovering Your Purpose
Join life coach, Shanna Kay Covey, and Eating Psychology Coach and Personal Trainer, Tracey Keller as they dive into the power of knowing your purpose and the respective journey that led them to knowing theirs. Shanna shares how she went from working at a Top 5 accounting firm to volunteering in Guatemala for nearly one year to (finally) aligning with her purpose and the major lessons that occurred along the way. Tracey shares how an in depth course on eating psychology completely changed her perspective on health and fitness and how this led to her purpose. This episode encourages you to begin understanding (and questioning) where you’re coming from in your desire to feel better, safe, worthy, deserving, whole and loved because, as Shanna and Tracey discuss, we often go about trying to know these things in ways that never lead to the peaceful state we ultimately crave. This episode is chock full of wisdom and insights that can help you feel more purposeful and peaceful today, not someday when x…y…or z is in place. Suggested Exercises Mentioned In This Episode: At the end of the episode Shanna suggested two different meditations to begin tapping into your deeper nature. In the first meditation, she suggested sitting in a quiet space free of distractions for a few minutes and going over the following affirmations (feel free to add additional affirmations that feel good to you) while taking slow, deep breaths… I am whole and complete. I am fully worthy and deserving because I am. I am loving. I am Love itself. I am safe. I am completely perfect as I am. An alternative meditation (especially once you’re able to feel the inner state these affirmations are pointing to) is to drop into that space of knowing while taking deep, slow breaths for 10 minutes. From this space of feeling whole and complete and at peace, it’s best to begin asking: What is my purpose? Before you’re in this space, you risk asking what your purpose is from the idea that you are lacking something and that your purpose is an answer to the lack you feel. Your purpose, in its most pure from, is an extension of already being filled up. So do your best to heal the idea that something is missing. Think of purpose as an energy you want to express in the world by simply being it. When you do this you’re being in service to the collective, whether you see a tangible result or not. ~ Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it. For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram (@soliveinc). Shanna Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart, Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit. She is a life coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people align more deeply with the truth of their nature. When people are aligned with their inner nature, they live confidently from that truth. From this inner knowing, they learn to direct their lives according to their unique soul blueprint. Shanna is also a founding board member with So Live, where she holds a deep passion for letting people know safe and effective cancer treatments options exist and are available. You can follow her on Facebook (@ShannaKayCovey) and Instagram (@ShannaCovey). Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can find her on Facebook at Rise2It.
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September 18, 2019
The Myth of Selfishness
Join Shanna Kay Covey, Shanna Lee Schulze and Tracey Keller as they discuss the myth of selfishness as it relates to taking time for self-care and following the the desires of our hearts. Both are often considered selfish since these endeavors take away time from others. But what if we turned this idea of selfishness on its head? What if we began to see that not prioritizing self-care and not following the desires of hearts was actually the selfish act? In today’s episode we dive head first into this topic and come out the other side understanding how it’s of high service to ourselves, our family, our community and the world to prioritize these things.  In this episode a reference to Dr. Truitt was made. Dr. Frank Truitt is a surgeon and research scientist who developed Amyloxine a safe and effective medication that has been successfully treating most forms of cancer for over 20 years. You can find out more information on Amyloxine on So Live’s website (www.soliveinc.org).   Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.  For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram (@soliveinc).  Shanna Kay Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart, Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit. She is a life coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people align more deeply with the truth of their nature. When people are aligned with their inner nature, they live confidently from that truth. From this inner knowing, they learn to direct their lives according to their unique soul blueprint. You can follow her on Facebook (@ShannaKayCovey) and Instagram (@ShannaCovey)  Shanna Lee Schulze serves as Executive Director of So Live, Inc. and is a franchise and corporate attorney with Shumway Van. She has always been passionate about living each day to its absolute fullest, and helping other achieve the same throughout her own pursuit.   Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling.
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August 28, 2019
The Power of Forgiveness
Join Shanna Kay Covey, Shanna Lee Schulze and Tracey Keller as they discuss the power of forgiveness. In this conversation they dispel common misperceptions around forgiveness, share how deep forgiveness goes (while giving space for someone to be right where they are in their process without judgment), and show the benefit of forgiveness both from an inner peace and self worth perspective as well as from a bodily health perspective. Forgiveness is critical to reclaiming your inner power and freedom. It frees you from constantly experiencing past pains, makes space for inspiration and creativity and relieves the body of lower frequency emotions and thoughts that affect our wellbeing.   During this episode Shanna Schulze mentioned Paul Babin’s YouTube channel called The Abundance, where you can find a variety of meditations that are available through his work.   Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.  For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram (@soliveinc).  Shanna Kay Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart, Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit. She is a life coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people align more deeply with the truth of their nature. When people are aligned with their inner nature, they live confidently from that truth. From this inner knowing, they learn to direct their lives according to their unique soul blueprint. You can follow her on Facebook (@ShannaKayCovey) and Instagram (@ShannaCovey).  Shanna Lee Schulze serves as Executive Director of So Live, Inc. and is a franchise and corporate attorney with Shumway Van. She has always been passionate about living each day to its absolute fullest, and helping other achieve the same throughout her own pursuit.   Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow her on Facebook at Rise2It.
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August 19, 2019
How To Reclaim Your Inner Power
We’ve lived in a world where external references (opinions, rankings, etc.) have shaped our perception of our internal power for too long. It’s time to change this dynamic by reclaiming our internal power to decide who we choose to be. Join Shanna Kay Covey, Shanna Lee Schulze and Tracey Keller as they discuss how and why we inadvertently give away our power as well as how to reclaim it.  Thanks so much for joining us! If you enjoyed this conversation, please subscribe to “So Live Podcast” and rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. Doing so, helps us get this information to more people who stand to benefit from it.  For more information on So Live, visit us at www.soliveinc.org. You can also follow So Live on Facebook and Instagram (@soliveinc). Shanna Kay Covey is the author of A Call to the Heart, Shifting Out of Ego Into Spirit. She is a life coach who uses a spiritual lens to help people align more deeply with the truth of their nature. When people are aligned with their inner nature, they live confidently from that truth. From this inner knowing, they learn to direct their lives according to their unique soul blueprint. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram (@ShannaCovey). Shanna Lee Schulze serves as Executive Director of So Live, Inc. and is a franchise and corporate attorney with Shumway Van. She has always been passionate about living each day to its absolute fullest, and helping other achieve the same throughout her own pursuit.  Tracey Keller is an Eating Psychology Coach and personal trainer. Tracey works with clients on navigating their relationship with food and movement, helping them to set up practices that will lead to success in their highest calling. You can follow her on Facebook at Rise2It.
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August 13, 2019