Jennifer Cassetta is a Clinical Nutritionist, Self Defense and Fitness Expert, Author, and Motivational Speaker; With a 3rd degree black belt and Master’s degree in Nutrition, Jennifer has been helping others for over 15 years feel stronger, safer and confident, speaking to audiences all over the world on topics such as health, wellness, personal safety, empowerment, self-defense, and more. I loved this episode. It is so powerful and important for women to understand how to defend themselves. She walks us through a beautiful framework to truly understand how to feel safe in potentially vulnerable situations.
In this episode, Jennifer shares:
What you’ll hear:
2:49- How we can protect ourselves at home and in public.
7:42- Different ways we can communicate our boundaries with strangers.
18:00- Healing our trauma response to men when we feel unsafe in our bodies.
23:00- Foods that help lower anxiety.
33:51- Sexual assault prevention, self-defense and standing firm in your boundaries.
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This is the second time I’ve had this wonderful soul on the show and she came back because you guys wanted her to come back. We are talking more specifically in this episode about sex, sexual trauma, sexual expression and liberation. So if you do have kiddos around I would highly recommend popping in some headphones.
About Rachael Maddox
Rachael Maddox is a trauma resolution educator, coach and guide who’s helped hundreds of women and men resolve their sexual trauma and reclaim their pleasure, power and wholeness. The Kickstarter for her second book, Sex After Trauma, is live NOW. Head to bit.ly/sexaftertrauma to get stories and strategies for life under the sheets when you've been through the worst of it.
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This episode with Renee Airya is about accepting the range of our emotions and feeling comfortable with expressing them. We also talk about connecting to our truth, which comes up often on the podcast, but it's so important for us to create that internal channel of connection. I love how Renee invites us to feel into our truth to decide who we are and who we’re not in the moment. And, we get to change that every moment. I tell my client's all the time, it’s all about what we can do in the moment because as we grow and evolve, our truth will change- and that’s OK.
Renee Airya is a former fashion model who has healed from three near death experiences, including massive brain surgery and facial paralysis. Her book, “Flip Your Flaws” is a compelling story of Renee’s personal emotional, spiritual, and physical journey from paralyzation to liberation. She encourages everyone to step out of hiding by flipping their flaws and using them as a gateway for expressing their sincerity and most unique abilities.
In this episode Renee shares:
What you’ll hear:
11:12- How we can experience different emotions without negating them.
19:55- How we can understand ourselves on a deeper level.
23:00- The reason why it’s so hard to connect to our truth.
36:00- How to set fierce boundaries with compassion.
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In this episode Jill Coleman and I talk about how we can find purpose outside of the obsession we have with our bodies. This is a huge conversation and a core desire for a lot of the women who come into HFH community. You know, it's something I had to figure on my own, understanding how to be in our bodies and how to just love myself without obsessing over myself. Jill and I also talk about creating a unique approach to life. We tend to over-consume information and jump to the thing, the next podcast, next plan, the next book and we really talk about experiencing transformation on a visceral level.
In this episode Jill shares:
What You'll Hear:
7:40- Overconsumption and implementing our truth
19:10- How we can find purpose outside of obsessing over our bodies.
22:20- How dieting drained Jill's intimacy, confidence and libido.
30:50- Reframing the way we look from a place of acceptance.
40:10- Unlearning the social conditioning we've been programmed to believe.
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