Podcasts Spirituality Spirituality Podcasts

ROO #118: Fabienne Heymans on Saying Yes to Life After a Near-Death Experience

“I said yes. I said yes to myself clearly. I’m not only going to come back. I’m going to come back and enjoy every second of my life and of course, in reality, you know, we do the best we can.” – Fabienne Heymans * This podcast is part of the #ROORises Series: please share the podcast on your Facebook and help ROO Rise! * In this episode, Fabienne Heymans, intuitive healer, spiritual teacher, and co-founder of Hashimoto’s Awareness Organization, shares the story of her spiritual explorations that began at the age of three when her mother died. Fabienne reflects on how chronic illness throughout her life lead her to study alternative medicine and instruct as a master-level teacher at the Barbara Brennan School of Healing for nine years. She discusses how she was finally diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, an auto-immune disease, and her work now bringing awareness to Hashimoto’s in founding the Hashimoto’s Awareness Organization. Fabienne reveals insight gained from her near-death experience and how it changed her life. She explains the role of inner listening in intuitive healing and offers a story of transformation of one of her clients. Lastly, Fabienne previews exciting developments for Hashimoto’s Awareness Organization in 2015.

Continue Reading
Food/Nutrition Recipes

Helpful Healer Bowl

As you may remember from my Mystic Mountain Mama and Coconut Revive recipes, one of my favorite restaurants in Cambridge is Life Alive. They make scrumptious, nourishing meals that are primarily plant-based. I highly recommend visiting their restaurants if you are in the Boston area (they also have locations in Lowell and Salem)! My go-to warm meal at Life Alive is their Healer Bowl. I have recreated and renamed it the Helpful Healer Bowl. Anytime I find I need to reset my palate, this meal does just that. The zesty earthy, and nutritious ingredients help heal me from the inside-out. Ingredients: …

Continue Reading
Podcasts Running Podcasts

ROO #24: Nate Jenkins on Professional Running and Staying Injury-Free

In this episode we discuss Nate Jenkins, professional runner and math teacher’s running background, from how he began running to his transition to professional running. Nate recounts the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon where he ran 2:14, placing seventh and ahead of Olympic silver medalist Meb Keflezighi. Nate discusses his journey with injuries and how yoga has helped him stay injury-free. Lastly, Nate shares what races are ahead for 2014.

Continue Reading