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Well and Weird

A podcast about creating healthier relationships with food, health, beauty & your body. My guests and I talk about healing these parts of ourselves through eating disorder recovery, Intuitive Eating, body acceptance, spirituality and weird self care practices. Some of the episode chatter includes: -Intuitive Eating, Body Acceptance, Health at Every Size, Anti-dieting, sexuality, fat positivity, diet culture and feminism -Eating disorder, disordered eating and body image recovery -Journaling, meditation, tarot, yoga, natural movement, Chinese medicine and other weird healing modalities
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Jul 18, 2017

Dana Falsetti is an international yoga teacher, writer, and advocate for living an authentic life that begins with self-love and leads to your beautiful, badass self. She has been recognized by millions across social media for her message: anybody can practice yoga and everybody has a right to be their true self no matter what body they are in.

Dana came to her yoga practice during an ultimate low, a place of depression largely from focusing on weight loss and body shaming her whole life. She spent a year dieting and exercising which led to significant weight loss, only to realize that being smaller didn't make her happier because while her body changed, she didn't. Suffering from a binge eating disorder, she struggled with body image and self worth her whole life until she realized she could actually accept and love herself as is.

Dana and I had the pleasure of chatting about:

  • Dieting in childhood, and the binge/ restrict cycle 
  • Letting go of the desire to lose weight
  • Weight stigma & body diversity in the yoga community
  • Getting back into your body amidst feelings of shame
  • Facing the internal dialogue
  • Worthiness & embodiment
  • Tapping into internal strength through physical practice
  • Finding happiness/ contentment in AnyBody, and beyond the physical

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