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Lana Simmons Show

Welcome to the Lana Simmons Show! A podcast exploring stories from every day humans who are pursuing the creative life through activism, spirituality, art, science, and more. By following their creative whispers, many of my guests end up unintentionally inspiring others, planting seeds of hope, and healing themselves along their journey. Lana is an Intuitive, Reiki Practitioner, yoga instructor, retired military spouse, mom and explorer of all the things. Join her as she interviews people from different walks of life, living life on their terms.
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The Lana Simmons Show explores this messy human experience and how we are connected to each other. Lana is an intuitive, yoga instructor, retired military spouse, mom and explorer of all the things. Join her as she interviews people from different walks of life, living their lives authentically and empowered. 

Check out the website: www.lanasimmons.com

Aug 3, 2016

Do you have strong intuitive abilities but feel that because you don't look or act a certain way you can't possibly be a healer? What does a healer look and act like?

On today's show, Ivy Felicia, of Me, My Body & Love, and I discuss our preconceived ideas of what it means to be a healer. Why is one's weight seen as something to be healed? Are you considered more spiritually evolved if you are thin, white, and able-bodied?

Ivy Felicia is a Certified Holistic Wellness and Body Image Coach with a gift for helping people of all body types discover abiding body peace and abundant self-love at any stage of life. Her Body Relationship Coaching™ work is centered on her personal experiences with barriers to body love, and more than a decade of social and professional involvement in the emotional wellness and health education movements.

Learn more at www.memybodyandlove.com

1 Comments
  • over a month ago
    Miss Molly
    Thank you, and yes we Ned more fat women at all types of healing modalities who are confident and have walked in our shoes. I am in the Seattle area and there are a lot of young women who are coming out to practice HAES and I am glad we have something, at least but they readily and honestly admit they don't and may never know what it is like to live in a fat (or superfat) body.