Growing in community, with Brodie Welch (Part 2)
Have you ever attended a class or a retreat and just felt like, "Wow, these people are all doing exactly the thing I want to be doing!"Maybe they are committing to a regular creativity practice. Maybe they are focused on increasing their intimacy or communication in their relationship. Maybe they can do an awesome headstand or can dance for an hour at top energy.Doesn't that feeling make you want to hang out in that space, with those people, and learn how to be more like that? In this week's episode, I continue my conversation with Brodie Welch about how self-care is not selfish. We dive into the conversation about why learning in a group setting can be so powerful, why self-care is a feminist issue, and more. Brodie is a practitioner of eastern medicine, and her experience treating hundreds of women in clinic led her to become what she calls a self-care strategist. She now helps caring, high-achieving women put themselves on their to-do lists, so they can trade stress and burnout for energy, joy, and vibrant health.Listen to Episode 23 now in the play bar below (reload your browser if you don’t see it). Or find the episode in iTunes or your favorite mobile podcast player.And while you are there, will you please leave a rating or a review. That feedback helps more people find the show, and helps me get a greater variety of guests for you to listen to. I read every review and I love hearing what you have to say!Links for this episode:
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