Join Heather and her special guest, Energy Therapist and best-selling author, Amy Scher, as they discuss ways to release self-sabotage, fear, and anxiety.
If you’ve been pushing yourself and ignoring self care, you may feel out of balance. No matter where you are today you have the potential to heal and thrive
Addictions can span many areas, from food, drugs and alcohol to shopping, overworking, co-dependence. Discover tips for breaking free from addiction.
Anxiety? Insomnia? Fatigue? Who’s feeling it with all the swirling energy right now? Here is a grounding recipe that helps boost immunity and mood, and anchor emotions.
Studies show that the health of your relationship has a bigger effect on the state of your physical and emotional health than your genes. Find out why! Relationship Expert, Arielle Ford, joins Heather to reveal tips for improving your current relationship or attracting your ideal soulmate at any age!
We are in the middle of a seasonal transition from summer to fall. The days are getting shorter, the weather is changing, seasonal foods are changing.
If you have joint pain, fibromyalgia, or arthritis, you may feel like the pain will never stop. Today, we’re going to turn the ship around.
Join 21st Century Medicine Woman Heather Dane and British inspirational speaker, Gurds Hundal, as they share 10 steps for moving from trauma to peace.
Join Heather and Feng shui author, Terah Kathryn Collins as they share some of their favorite stories of travel, laughter and friendship with Louise Hay.
The common theme in symptoms if you changed your diet are depression, low energy, bowel changes, lack of motivation and feeling stuck or like a basket case.
I moved into the city a few years ago and haven’t taken a bath since! It’s the first time in 10 years, I haven’t been able to add a whole house water filter
Recently, I got a question on Facebook about whether to choose a blender or juicer or food processor. I love cutting corners in the kitchen to make things fast and easy. Here are my thoughts on this. One thing to note is that you can often find kitchen appliances like these and slow cookers in thrift stores, garage sales or in the back of your family member’s cupboards, unused.