Part 1: In this episode, I am joined by Jimmy Cesario-DeBiasi and Carolyn Snell. Jimmy is the Director of Programs for the Maine Federation of Farmers’ Markets and Carolyn is the Chair of the Farmers’ Market Association in Portland, Maine and a fourth-generation, farmer at Snell Family Farm located in Buxton, Maine. We talk about the benefits of buying from local farms and farmers markets and the various programs offered through these markets including how they can double the dollars for people who receive SNAP benefits (food stamps).
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares a story of being approached by a stranger in a restaurant, inviting him to join her for dinner and how that one act of kindness may have changed his life.
Part 1: Halsey Snow of Golden Ratio Products joins me for an interesting conversation about water. You’ve heard that it’s important for your overall health to consume plenty of water, but did you know that it’s more difficult for your body to process the water you are drinking if it’s not structured? What is structured water and how do you structure it? In this episode, Halsey will explain how water is naturally structured in nature and how when we process water it becomes unstructured as well as how just setting positive intentions before consuming water can help!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares a DailyOm email about how we are all connected and how to raise your consciousness about your impact on the world.
Part 1: Sophia is a licensed massage therapist, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Yoga Instructor and founder of Blue Heron Synergy. In this episode, Sophia talks about Homesteading, which is living more simply, using less energy, eating wholesome locally grown food and making wiser choices that will improve the quality of life for your family, your community and the environment around you!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares an email from DailyOm about how to manifest your positive future.
Part 1: Sophia Maamouri is a licensed massage therapist, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Yoga Instructor and founder of Blue Heron Synergy. Sophia believes in healing systems that take the complexity of human beings into account and helps her clients achieve whole health through these multiple modalities. In this episode, she explains what Ayurveda is, how it can change over time and how knowing what your dosha is can help you make adjustments to improve your health. Do you like to drink smoothies? Lynda does and Sophia shocks her during this interview with information about why smoothies may not be a good choice as a meal replacement!
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda talks about feeding birds at her home and why she changed her mind about the larger birds that she used to consider a nuisance.
Part 1: Mischa Schuler is an Herbalist, Craniosacral Therapist, Shaman and founder of Wild Carrot Herbs. In this episode Mischa shares how we can honor plants & herbs and use them as medicine as well as how CranioSacral Therapy and Shamanic support can help us on our path to better health.
Part 2: Weekly Words of Wisdom – Lynda shares that she was in a motorcycle accident in October and what natural medicine she used to help in her recovery. She also offers some advice to drivers from what she has learned as a motorcycle rider to help people avoid accidents.
Part 1: Angela Lamb, the creator of the Amazon Prime Docuseries, The Art of Natural Healing, joins us with the doctors from that series, Dr. Asia Muhammad, ND and Dr. Krishna Muhammad, ND. We will discuss inflammation, the microbiome, how to boost your immune system naturally and thrive from the inside out.
*Special Live Event* – I will be hosting Live Stream “Watch Party” events where we will watch each episode of The Art of Natural Healing docuseries on three Monday nights at 7:30pm (EST) from September 28 to October 12. Following each episode will be a Q&A session with Dr. Asia Muhammad and Dr. Krishna Muhammad. For more information & to register, visit https://theartofnaturalhealing.eventbrite.com/