There’s nothing quite like in-person connection to really feel a strong sense of community.
That’s why today I’m excited to (for the second time this week!) do something a little bit differently on our podcast.
For the first time, I’m inviting two members from our community into a conversation with me– and all of you. Both are very cool women who are up to equally cool things in the world. If you haven’t met them already, it’s time you do.
Meet Jennifer Racioppi, a gifted astrologer and women’s coach. And Michelle Bloom, the owner of Bloom Retreat in the Bay Area. They both attended the SHE Yoga & Meditation Teacher Training in California this past April.
In our conversation, we chat about:
- How to shift away from a yoga & meditation practice that feels stuck, rigid, and forced to one that feels organic, flowing, and authentic
- Ways to explore your sexuality in your spiritual practice so that you feel less “tight” in all areas of your life
- Why Jenn renamed our training the “Mystic Rebels Gathering” (I love this!)
- What shifts Jenn and Michelle experienced in the realms of career and motherhood as a result of letting go of all they had been taught about yoga & embracing their own truths
Jennifer Racioppi is an astrologer, holistic health counselor (AADP), success coach, and a Duke-certified integrative health coach who blends her expertise in business, positive psychology, and women’s health to coach high-achieving women reaching their next level of success. Her Lunar Logic philosophy integrates the deep wisdom of both science and astrology, helping women build a foundation of resilience, step into their authentic leadership, and stay faithful to their dreams. Her motto: “Success isn’t a rhythm it’s a race.” Visit Jenn’s website here: http://jenniferracioppi.com
Michelle Long is the founder of The Practice®, a feminine yoga and spiritual practice based on connection and sisterhood. She is also the founder of Bloom Retreat, a yoga studio and wholeness center just for women in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has been teaching yoga since 2003, has a Master’s Degree in Holistic Health Education, and has served and taught thousands of women in her studio since 2012. She is also a wife and mother who has lived through her share of hardships which shape her teaching philosophy for women. Michelle’s intention is to build communities of women where they are safe to unravel and show up just as they are—perfectly imperfect.