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SoulFeed with Shannon Algeo

Tune into deep and resonant interviews to uplift your spirit and nourish your soul. Hosted by celebrated teacher, writer, and coach Shannon Algeo (Named '35 Under 35 to Watch' by Wanderlust), SoulFeed helps you find the power within you so you can show up in the world as your highest self.
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Now displaying: April, 2019
Apr 29, 2019

How does meditation help us become more of who we are (and let go of who we are not)?

 

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:

 

  • Megan’s journey from the music industry to meditation
  • How meditation helps us to be more present in our lives
  • The connection between manifestation and meditation
  • Why trust is such an important practice

 

Learn more about Megan and her work at www.shannonalgeo.com/podcast/megan-monahan


Apr 22, 2019

How do we stay true to ourselves in intimate relationships?

 

Mark Groves is a Human Connection Specialist – an emotional translator, writer, speaker and coach. Mark has a fun, no BS approach to exploring the human condition and the fundamentals of all our human connections.

 

Through his work, Mark helps people understand their emotional matrix and how to master themselves and their words. His clients range from individuals and couples, to businesses and leaders.

 

He takes what you think you want, finds out what you really want, and gives you the tools to achieve your goals.


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:

 

  • How to stay true to yourself in intimate relationships
  • The gifts of heartbreak
  • What is codependency and how do we heal it?
  • Why we are biologically designed to “need” each other
  • How playful boundaries create better communication

 

Learn more about Mark and his work at www.shannonalgeo.com/podcast/mark-groves

Apr 15, 2019

Let’s take a walk down memory lane to when Shannon and Alex co-interviewed Deepak Chopra!

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

 

  • Who is the YOU experiencing this moment?
  • The BIGGEST fear to overcome that leads to ultimate freedom
  • How our understanding of the Universe is evolving through science
  • Deepak’s writing process that’s allowed him to write over 80 books in this lifetime

 

Learn more about Deepak’s work at www.shannonalgeo.com/podcast/deepak-chopra

Apr 8, 2019

How can we be better allies to people of color and other marginalized communities, while also being compassionate with ourselves when things get messy?



Kerri Kelly is the founder of CTZNWELL, a movement to mobilize the well-being community into a powerful force for change. Her work was sparked on 9/11, when she lost her fireman step-dad in the Towers. She quickly discovered the power of mindfulness, not just as a tool for personal healing, but as a catalyst for collective change. Since then, Kerri has worked passionately across communities to fight for justice and well-being.

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

 

  • What we can do to make well-being more accessible to marginalized communities
  • How does White Fragility arise in us?
  • The way we become complicit in white supremacy and how we can check ourselves
  • What powerful white allyship looks like
  • How we can show up for marginalized communities and dismantle systems of oppression

 

Learn more about Kerri and her work at www.shannonalgeo.com/podcast/kerri-kelly

Apr 1, 2019

How do we make well being more accessible and normalize mental health?

 

Nicole Cardoza is a serial entrepreneur passionate about the reclamation of healing. Nicole is the executive director of Yoga Foster, a national nonprofit that gives free and low-cost yoga training to educators, the co-founder of Mental Health League, a charitable retail company, and dahla, which fosters financial wellness for women.

 

Nicole was chosen as one of the Forbes “30 under 30” and one of Wanderlust’s “35 Under 35 in Wellness to Watch.” She’s a founding partner for Lululemon's "Here to Be" campaign.

 

We Discuss:

 

  • How Nicole’s non-profit Yoga Foster is empowering teachers to teach yoga in schools
  • Why it’s so important for the wellness community to be more inclusive
  • Breaking the stigma around mental health through the Mental Health League
  • Transforming your relationship with money so you can finally make a dahla!

 

Learn more about Nicole and her work at www.shannonalgeo.com/podcast/nicole-cardoza

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