Apryl Nichols-Baker fell in love with her personal practice after a long battle with untreated Chronic Lyme Disease. She is no stranger to the mental, physical, and spiritual healing power of yoga. As her personal practice began to deepen, she was inspired to complete a yoga teacher training. Apryl is passionate about the philosophy surrounding the ancient practice and is focused on functional movement of the body to maintain a strong mind+body+spirit connection. Apryl constantly dives into books and continuing- education trainings to learn more about the practice and ways we can inspire others on their wellness journey. She encourages students to come out of the mind and into their bodies. Her goal is to have students walk out of class feeling more grounded, calm, and connected to their true self.
April 14, 2021
In today’s episode we’re talking about triggers – whether they pop up at home, the office, online, or on the highway. Join my guest Ericka Plater and me for news you can use on how you can become less reactive and more magical.
March 03, 2021
Don’t get it twisted, I like crossing items off a checklist as much as the next mystic, but when does productivity become a problem? When does doing become overdoing it and back you all the way into a doing addiction? Swing by today’s episode to chat with Renèe Dineen about how breaking the addiction to doing is a key to authentic living and lifelong success.
February 03, 2021
What happens when you leave a rigid religious tradition and people close to you do not support how you are changing? How do you know when to salvage and when to scrap? Whether you’re a brand new awakening baby unicorn or a salty old soul, changing the rules in relationships is not only something we’ve got to deal with – it’s part of the journey itself. And that’s what we’re talking about today with Second Life Midwife Wendi Jensen.
January 06, 2021
Let’s get clear on what we want this year. Tune in for a stunning brain hack and several ingenious ways to vision board the life of your dreams. And make that sh*t happen. Subscribe and leave your comments in Facebook or Instagram to join the conversation.