The Alessandra Cardin Show
By Alessandra Cardin
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Your source for the info, inspo, tips, and tools that you need to optimize your energy, health, and happiness. Listen for conversations with experts in wellness, nutrition, athletics, entrepreneurship, sustainability, and more!
||CleanPlant-Based Living & Sustainability With Megan Glover||Megan Glover is an environmentalist, photographer, certified health coach, and entrepreneur. In this episode, she shares about her personal wellness journey, how she changed her career multiple times before becoming an environmental photographer, how to use Instagram as a tool to make a positive impact, and how the plant-based diet positively impacts the environment. She shares a lot of information about the current state of the oceans, and talks about how to effectively communicate as an environmental advocate. On top of this, she shares about some of her epic adventures, such as moving to Hawaii and going to photo trips in the Yukon and Alaska, and gives her tips for how to stay healthy while travelling - even if you’re camping, backpacking, or living out of a van). This episode is fun and informative, and I know you’re going to love it!||2/21/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanArt, Healing, & Entrepreneurship With Alexia Bréard-Anderson||Alexia Bréard-Anderson is a freelance writer, curator, and art-worker. She’s an active member of the arts community in Toronto, and will be relocating to Barcelona this month. Her latest project, The Art Bruja, is dedicated to exploring the ways in which different art is woven together with magic and spirituality to resist, reclaim, and regenerate. In our conversation, we discuss how art is a form of healing and can be used for cultivating mindfulness and wellbeing. Alexia also shares about her personal journey with art, wellness, and entrepreneurship. She is a mentor for emerging artists, and she shares a lot of wisdom that can be applied to anyone’s life journey. Alexia is a passionate, creative, soulful individual who is not afraid to break norms. This conversation is raw and inspiring, and I’m sure you’re going to get a lot out of it.||2/4/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBreak Free From Living on Autopilot with Sarah Osman||This episode is a conversation with Kinesiologist and Health Coach, Sara Osman. Working as a kinesiologist and trainer for women of all ages, Sarah became fascinated by the depth of the conversations she was having with her clients. She soon realized that all areas of our lives are connected, and that health is about more than food and fitness alone. This inspired to study at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and to incorporate holistic health coaching into her practice. In this episode, Sarah shares about how to live holistically and how to cultivate true joy in your life. She gives her insights on how to follow your intuition and how to break free from living on autopilot, so you can truly life to the fullest. Sarah also shares about the importance of self-care, how to form sustainable habits, why coaching is extremely powerful, and so much more!||1/10/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanProactive Mental Health with Susannah Bell||“We all have mental health - If you have a mind, then you have mental health.” - Susannah Bell This episode is a conversation with Susannah Bell, a wellness coach, mental health advocate, entrepreneur, digital nomad, and world traveller. She is an extremely passionate person who truly lives her mission. She advocates for proactive mental health, and shares tons of valuable and inspirational content through her social media pages and blog. In this episode with Susannah, you’ll learn how to manage anxiety as an entrepreneur, how to stay healthy while travelling, how to find balance while achieving your career goals, how to put yourself out there and make new likeminded friends, and so much more! What really stands out about this conversation is how Susannah discusses the difference between reactive and proactive mental health. Mental health is something that we all have. Susannah explains that you don’t have to have mental illness to have mental health, and that every single human has mental health because we all have minds. Just as we take care of our physical health proactively through nutrition and fitness so that we don’t become ill, we need to take care of our mental health proactively as well. In this episode, Susannah shares many great examples of daily proactive mental health practices.||1/3/2019||Free||View in iTunes|