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Sound Healing   

 

 

The gong of a bowl from Tibet . . . 

The rattle of a rain stick from Peru . . .

The hum of 7 crystal bowls - tuned to each of your chakras . . . 

The boom of a medicine drum - handmade with a First Nations Elder in Canada . . . 

And one beautiful voice . . . 

. . . That of Natalie Juul - a Meditation and Sound Practitioner. 

Natalie sits on a circular rug she found in Costa Rica. Surrounded by various crystals...

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Fitness

 
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Online Branding

 

Whole U. TV interviews @meganmarini on how to implement the "Science & Poetry" of planning and building an effective online brand.

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Spirituality for Kids

 
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Preparing for New Life

Welcoming a new human to the planet is no small undertaking. So whether you’re a (future) mother -  (or somebody who supports one!) - this episode will help you think through the necessary mental and physical self-care, before and after childbirth.

In this episode of the Whole U. Podcast we interview Heidi Anderson (aka “The Plant-Based Mama”) - a fitness instructor who has studied nutrition and Ayurvedic medicine, and also became a first-time mother in 2018. ...

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Why Keytar Bear Rocks

 
In this episode of Whole U. TV, you'll see why Boston Magazine ranked Keytar Bear and Abby Taylor among the Top "Reasons we Love Boston"! Abby describes how she helped this beloved musician return to his mission of "putting people in a better mood" . . . 
 

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Deeper Connections

Do you face difficult conversations directly?

Or prefer to avoid them?

In this episode of the Whole U. PodcastStanford Lecturer Ahmed Alashwah encourages you to grow stronger/ deeper/ closer relationships. By practicing a simple technique called "NVC" (Non Violent Communication), you'll start to:

  • Take full responsibility for your feelings & emotions and
  • Cease to blame and judge your self & others

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