Healing Charlotte Podcast: Gianna Spriggs, Curandera

In this episode, we meet Gianna Spriggs who is a Curandera which translates to healer. She describes a Curandera as a traditional folk healer who combines herbs and sounds as well as discussion to help people. Her journey into this work began when she was a chef. She noticed the energy that was put intoContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Gianna Spriggs, Curandera”

Healing Charlotte Podcast: Lynne Beck, Couples Therapist

Our guest today is Lynne Beck, a Licensed Mental Heal Counselor who works with adults and specializes in couples therapy. Her journey to couples therapy began when she was working with adults and saw how much distress was related to relationships; romantic, parent-child, and friendships. She began her training in “Emotionally Focused Therapy” developed byContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Lynne Beck, Couples Therapist”

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: Lindsay Bierwert, Acupuncture

In today’s episode, we meet Lindsay Bierwert, a licensed Acupuncturist at Lotus Acupuncture. She has been practicing for 3 years in Charlotte after receiving a dual Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She found Acupuncture and Chinese herbs at the end of her college career when a professor recommended it to her while findingContinue reading “Healing Charlotte Podcast: Lindsay Bierwert, Acupuncture”

Katie’s Bookshelf: The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin’s “The Four Tendencies” divides people into categories based on how they are motivated. The Upholder is motivated both internally and externally, the Questioner is internally, the Obliger is externally, and the Rebel is neither. Her recommendation is to determine which category you fit into and work with yourself and not against. Of courseContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin”