In this episode, Sally Burgess talks with Jordan Thieleman about three focal point books for better, healthier living. We chat about the value of getting a good night’s sleep, the movie Hidden Figures, we dream about a world where every child is able to live up to their fullest potential and we join ranks with the thousands of people heading to Washington D.C. for the Women’s March on Washington.
In this episode, Sally Burgess talks with Jordan Thieleman about three focal point books for better, healthier living.
Sally Burgess: The Return to Freedom from Life Living in Panic
Nia Co-Founder Debbie Rosas interviews Sally Burgess, owner and dance instructor at Studio Gaia in Edwardsville, Illinois. In dealing with the close aftermath of 9/11, a stressful job, and neglected self care, the two talk about the rejuvenating effects brought forth from dancing Nia.
In this podcast Sally talks to psychotherapist Renee Davidson about the benefits of Yoga Nidra, or Yogic sleep. Renee explains Sense Doors, (derived from Buddhist Psychology), and the reality that we spend much of our time in fight or flight mode in modern society. Yoga Nidra has been shown to greatly assist PTSD, anxiety and reduce stress for all.
In this episode of The Mother Pod, Sally talks to the owners of Source Juicery. They talk about how their business has come to be, what they love about Edwardsville and what their plans are for the future. They also discuss how the Source’s menu can work with Studio Gaia’s sugar detox and how the company tries to maintain the sustainability of Mother Earth.
The Source Juicery is located in downtown Edwardsville, IL at 220 N Main St.