Category Archives: Podcasts
StaciJoy enters the Health Zone with Californians in this episode about health care reform. On January 1, 2014, every American is required to show proof of healthcare coverage on their 2014 tax forms. In this episode, you will hear from two Certified Public Accountant’s, an independent Health Insurance Broker, and a representative of Covered California, the state-based institution created to help Californians find health care coverage. Listen with an open mind, and discover what you never knew about this Reform Act.
Enter the Health Zone with StaciJoy, as she brings to you Monique Hollowell, founder and CEO of Fit for Lafemme, Inc., the mobile gym that creates fitness solutions for the general and special populations. She has been featured in national publications such as Ebony Magazine, Happen Magazine, and was recently awarded the 2011 “Women of Excellence” Small Business of the Year by the NCBW, Inc.Monique was a former intercollegiate athlete at the University of Washington in Seattle. She graduated with a BS degree in Zoology and minor in Anatomy and Physiology. Monique continued her graduate study at the University of San Francisco in the Sports and Fitness Management masters program. After graduating college, Monique obtained several National Certifications including, ACSM, NASM, ACE and AFAA. In addition to specialized certifications with Yoga
Tap into the Health Zone as StaciJoy introduces Juli Woodward, a fun and zany Sacramento based holistic chef and health coach and graduate of Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Juli takes a well rounded approach to health and not only teaches her clients the connection between food and mood, but also enlightens others about how to make their food desirable and palatable.
Tap into the Health Zone as StaciJoy travels down the path of sibling loss with Zander Sprague, the GO TO speaker, author and coach for sibling loss. Learn more about his book, “Making Lemonade: Choosing A Positive Pathway After Losing Your Sibling”. Understand the importance of the healing process after the loss of a sibling, and how you can help others who might be experiencing this pain. The show winds down with a lesson on mindfulness meditation and the experience of Holosync meditation sounds.
Travel with StaciJoy to the Health Zone as she interviews her special guest, Lacye Martini, a wife, a mother of three, and an entrepreneurial business woman with her focus on the art of being happy. She is the President of DO Good Often Enterprises, Inc. where she uses her expertise and passion for positive change to improve the lives of others, whether it is personal transformation or business.
Karen Harold is a private mediator, professional facilitator, and the founder of Family Conflict Resolution Center. Known as “The Conflict Coach”, Karen specializes in resolving high conflict personal and professional dispute resolution and conflict resolution coaching. She specializes in working with high conflict co-parenting, facilitates family law and workplace mediation, and conflict communication coaching with couples and families.
Due to her straight-forward and caring method of coaching, Karen receives referrals from top family law attorneys to facilitate constructive communication with conflicted couples. She also works privately with Domestic Violence Aggressors to educate and create boundaries to transform anger processing and behavior.
Karen coaches individuals, educates corporations on conflict resolution and workplace violence, trains law enforcement agencies, and consults with non-profit organizations to assist in providing turnkey educational solutions, Domestic Violence awareness and response strategies, and conflict resolution initiatives with the intended result of more enhanced personal living and establishment of efficient and cooperative workplaces.
StaciJoy enters the Health Zone with this edgy and honest show about the medical cannabis industry. After discussing the history and politics behind the industry, she brings you through the medical evaluation process for obtaining a prescription card. She exposes a Northern California Collective, and tops off the show with an interview with a representative of a smoke shop. Enjoy this thorough expose’ of one of the most controversial topics of our modern day.
I marched against Monsanto on Saturday and made a stand against GMO foods and the poisoning of our food supply.
Lisa Tremont Ota talks about her new book, “The Sacred Art of Eating: Healing Our Relationship With Food”.