Hanna Stensby, MA, AMFT and your host, Emily Celis, MS, LMFT, discuss a controversial topic this week: parenting! Hanna Stensby comes from an amazing, professional background as a Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator. Have a listen and let us know what you think about this week’s topic!
Megan Wroe, Registered Dietician at St. Jude’s Wellness Center, gets into the details of how inflammation effects your body in a negative way and practical steps you can take to start making a difference for your body. Have a listen and let us know how you plan to lessen your inflammation today.
Join our S.A.G.E. Family conversation as we delve deep into what brought each of us to our path in becoming a holistic practitioner and ultimately to our home at S.A.G.E. Plus, get some ideas on what holistic means to each of our team members. Plus some tips on how to get happy!
Nutrition! Nutrition! Nutrition! Let’s talk about the basics of how our bodies operate with the proper fuel and what the common obstacles are to living a healthy life. Joseph Celis, MS, CSCS, brings valuable expertise and experience to help you achieve your best physical self.
Taoism is a Chinese philosophical, religious, and spiritual belief system that teaches one to flow with life and to be true to one's nature. Join with us today as we interview Nicholas Quartarone, a Taoist disciple who has devoted years of study to this tradition.
Taking self defense seriously gets overlooked but this is imperative to stay physically safe. Join us as Joseph Celis shares insights gleaned from his past 25+ years of experience in Self Defense and martial arts training as well as previous work as a law enforcement officer.
Grab a cup of tea or coffee and join us for an intimate discussion with Nanaz Kashefi, attorney, writer and owner of Arrowhead Pines Retreat as she shares about how she followed her path through a place that was challenging and scary but which ultimately brought her to a greater, more fulfilling space.
February is often a time to reflect on love for another but in this episode, the talk is all about self-love. When you can truly show love and compassion for yourself, you are able to love others more openly. Inspired by the teachings of Goddess Tara from Hinduism, Tantra and Tibetan Buddhism, Brandi Holloway, MSN, RN, Reiki Master + Sacred Space Practitioner takes us into the discussion about all things L O V E.
In this episode, Emily interviews Hanna Stensby who is a Pre-Licensed therapist and Registered Yoga Teacher who is passionate about the connection between mind and body. Hanna shares how she first learned about yoga and gets specific about the science behind how yoga really helps relieve mental health symptoms such as anxiety and depression. Don’t forget to check out the blog post with a bunch more information on this topic.
This episode gets into the detail about how you can learn to Retrain Your Brain to help you in some major areas: assertiveness, relationship creation + maintaining, how to have better boundaries and also, how to increase your self-esteem.
Brandi Holloway, MSN, RN, talks about the importance of creating ritual and ceremony to balance and create intention in your life and what we can learn from incorporating these ancient traditions today.
In today's episode, Emily Celis, MS, LMFT and Co-Founder of S.A.G.E. Holistic Health & Wellness Center, shares the mission behind the meaning of "holistic" in their organization and how the vision of this nonprofit is to help YOU find your own, unique version of what holistic means to you.
In the very first episode of the S.A.G.E. Holistic Health & Wellness show, Emily & Joseph Celis, co-founders of this nonprofit organization, share the history of the creation of their dream and what they hope to bring to the community and humanity.
This podcast is not intended as medical advice or diagnosis and should in no way replace consultation with a medical professional. If you try this advice and it does not work for you, you cannot sue me. This is only my opinion, based on my background, training, and experience as a therapist and person.