If you want to add more mindfulness to your life, this podcast playlist is for you!
Listen to the curated list of interviews and solo episodes from today’s top experts on the Feel Good Effect Podcast.
Tune in for mindfulness mindset, routines, habits and how to add simple mindfulness practices to your everyday.
Practicing mindfulness has so many positive benefits, but it can seem challenging to fit into everyday life. If mindfulness sounds daunting, boring, or like something you don’t have time for, then this episode is for you. We are taking a deep dive into its many benefits, and how to practice mindfulness in real life with expert Dr. Leah Weiss.
We dive into breath this episode with Ashley Neese. In this conversation, we discuss why a breathwork practice is so important, how to do it, common misconceptions, and how to use breath to improve your overall health.
In this conversation with self-compassion expert Dr. Kristin Neff, we dive into how to cultivate self compassion in your own life, what it has to do with well being, and how to use self compassion to reach wellness goals. Dr. Neff talks about how to use mindfulness, kindness in response, and framing imperfection in light of the human experience to experience compassion. Listen to learn more about why self compassion is so important, and how to make it a part of your life.
In this episode with Melissa Coleman, we talk about everything from what minimalism is to how to separate minimalism from perfectionism, taking a step back from the hustle, and then some tactical tips for creating a framework for a minimalist kitchen and minimalist eating– making this whole lifestyle work in real life. We also talk about everyday magic and creating frameworks tailored to help you achieve minimalism.
We’re talking breathwork with renowned author and teacher Ashley Neese. Ashley discusses the benefits of breathwork, and offers simple and effective breathwork strategies you can start using today. This is an honest and vulnerable conversation with tons of tactical takeaways on the basics of breathwork, and specific tips for using breath to find more body love.
This is a unique discussion with a beautiful soul about self-empowerment, stepping into your power, and so much more. Lalah Delia, spiritual writer, wellness educator, and founder of Vibrate Higher Daily, walks us through how to empower yourself, how to step into your own power, and how to change the relationship with your body using daily, intentional choices.
This episode is all about how to simplify mindful wellness with Jules Hunt from mindful lifestyle brand, Om & the City, and the first truly conscious food finder app, True Belly. Jules uses her platform to bring holistic wellness down to earth and empower women to simplify their life to really thrive. She shares actionable insight on everyday wellness, sustainability, and nontoxic living with some purposeful productivity hacks.
In this conversation with Elise Museles, a certified eating psychology a nutrition expert, we talk about how to tell your food story, something that’s more important and impactful than any diet or meal plan you’ve ever tried. This episode is jam-packed with mindset shifts, habits, and strategies so you can take action, rewrite your food story, and unlock a world where you listen to your body and choose foods that feel good to you.
In this episode with resilience expert Dr. Rick Hanson, we’ll walk you through exactly how to create an inner core of unshakable resilience. The idea of building resilience in yourself is a really beautiful way to approach this season and give you some skills to handle it.
You’ve likely heard about the importance of having more awareness, but it’s still so easy to fall back into autopilot. In this episode, author, poet, and spiritual leader Lalah Delia returns to the Feel Good Effect to talk about the power of daily awareness, paying attention to what matters, and creating a day to day lifestyle of intentionality. Lalah’s message is about owning your power, stepping into your power, forgiving yourself for past mistakes, and practicing daily awareness.