Healing Charlotte Podcast: Casey Jean Miller, Therapeutic Yoga Teacher & Apothecary

We have the privilege of meeting Casey Jean Miller, a therapeutic yoga teacher and creator of Jean’s Apothecare. Her journey to yoga began when she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis at age 21. A friend suggested that she engage in an activity that was more restorative. Casey Jean knew she was getting something out ofContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Casey Jean Miller, Therapeutic Yoga Teacher & Apothecary”

Katie’s Bookshelf: On Grief and Grieving by Kubler-Ross & Kessler

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross is known for her work around grief and later in life began collaborating with David Kessler. “On Grief and Grieving” is the last book she wrote before dying. The book is about finding the meaning of grief through the stages of grief. The authors go through the stages(denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance)Continue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: On Grief and Grieving by Kubler-Ross & Kessler”

Healing Charlotte Podcast: Alison Pulito, Reiki Master & Intuitive Healer

In this episode, we are fortunate to meet Alison Pulito; a Reiki Master, Intuitive Healer, Meditation and Yoga teacher. Her journey into these healing spaces happened when she endured a hip injury 14 years ago which led to 2 hip replacements, a tear in her iliopsoas, immense pain, and depression that left her isolated inContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Alison Pulito, Reiki Master & Intuitive Healer”

Healing Charlotte Podcast: Kelly Howard, Grief Coach

In this episode, we sit down with Kelly Howard. She calls herself a “multi-faceted healer,” combining Massage Bodywork, Grief Coaching, Women’s Circles, and Yoga Retreats. She’s been a Massage Therapist for 6 years and came into the profession as she saw her then husband suffer from pain as well as her younger brother when heContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Kelly Howard, Grief Coach”

Katie’s Bookshelf: Lost Connections by Johann Hari

Author Johann Hari of “Lost Connections,” uses his past experience with anxiety, depression, and medications as the catalyst to explore what really works. Hari’s central theme is around disconnection. That when people are challenged by anxiety and depression, it’s not just a faulty chemical imbalance in the brain, it’s something much bigger that we areContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: Lost Connections by Johann Hari”