Heidi Timer is a yoga instructor, active isolated stretching practitioner, and myofascial massage therapist with over 20 years of experience in the Health & Wellness industry. Heidi’s observation that “The emotional experience of life is stifled by our over productive and strictly structured modern lifestyles. We are too tired and too distracted by all our obligations to even realize that some of our suffering originates on an emotional or spiritual level” led her to develop an offering to help people reconnect with their lives in a magical and emotional way and start creating a life they love.
Linda is a wild feminine soul guide and Qoya movement teacher who has been on a quest for the last decade to reclaim her wild. She spent five years on the hero’s journey, escaping all the external cages she thought were keeping her constrained. But after changing nearly everything in her life and realizing that she still didn’t feel the wildness she most longed for, she set out on the heroine’s descent to dismantle the cage that existed within.
Kohenet Ketzirah Lesser (she/her/hers) is a maker and teacher of the sacred arts and a corporate priestess. Through Devotaj Sacred Arts she creates Jewishly-rooted objects and artifacts that serve not only as spiritual tools in the present, but also as a dialogue between past and possible futures. Her work is rooted in Jewish mystical, magickal, healing, and folk practices across space, time, and all the worlds. She received ordination as a Kohenet from the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute in 2009, as part of the first cohort.
You can learn more about Ketzirah on her websites: DevotojSacredArts.com and CorporatePriestess.com.
Erika Cleveland is an artist, writer, and former art therapist. Her mission is to work with women at mid to late life transition whose roles and identities no longer fit and who urgently want to reconnect to their true selves.
In this podcast, Erika and I discuss her new online class, “Befriending Our Shadow” which begins in early April.
Rabbi Sarah Tasman is the founder of the Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity which offers community classes & gatherings, private spiritual coaching, and life cycle officiation. Rabbi Sarah specializes in leading experiential spirituality and Jewish mindfulness classes, providing opportunities for personal and professional development, and incorporating expressive modalities including writing, yoga, art and ritual.
Larisa and I discussed healing and being a healer is available to all of us, the effects growing up in a fundamentalist environment creates trauma making it difficult to fully express yourself and your gifts, and how she helps people heal from past trauma including trauma from past generations.
In this conversation Laura and I discussed the reality of “twisty” career paths. While most of us start our careers thinking it’s going to be a steady a glorious ascent to a CEO title, more often we discover, our career paths involve starting in one place and taking several unexpected, even painful course corrections.
Laura Lundin is the Founder and Head Coach of the Corporate Compassion Project, a boutique executive coaching practice that helps purpose-driven women achieve more fulfillment, recognition, and impact in their careers.
Before founding her own mission-driven business, Laura had a 20-year career in corporate social responsibility, communications, and marketing.
Laura is passionate about the performing arts and preparing the next generation of purpose-driven leaders as demonstrated by her board and volunteer service .
Kohenet Annie Matan is a Jewish, feminist, queer, Hebrew Priestess and Mama. She facilitates sacred community, weaves transformative ritual and empowers intuitives, mystics and healers to own and share their gifts for the sake of the inter-independent healing and transformation of the world.
She channels the Divine with prayer, tarot and oracle cards, writing, sculpting goddesses, painting and crochet.
We live in a time and culture which often tells us who we are is not enough. We’re encourage to improve, often to emulate people who are “successful” such as lifestyle gurus, billionaires, and star athletes. What if who we are, right now, is perfectly enough? This is what Inky the Cat learns.