Intentional Well-Being Podcast: Healing Generational Trauma
Welcome back folks! Today, I want to know what is intentional well-being to you?
My friend, Cara, joins me to discuss how feelings of unworthiness can hold us back from our true purpose and the importance of getting back up when we fall.
Cara talks about how we are socialized to believe that fat and ugly are on the same side of the coin. When, actually, they are not linear and not correlated to one another at all. Cara says they are, “almost fifty, fat, fabulous, and fun!”
We’re also sharing an extra special surprise with you that we are so excited for you to hear about!
About our guest speaker, Cara Suttie:
Cara (they/she) is an accessible yoga guide with a passion for fostering self-acceptance and body peace through intentional movement and meditation. Cara is non-binary, pansexual, fat, neurodivergent and a person living with an invisible disability. They are a passionate believer in fat liberation and social justice. After completing their 200hr YTT with Diana Lockett and Dan Horgan of Anjeli Yoga in Mississauga Ontario, they also studied Restorative Yoga with Kelly Smith of Yoga For You Online, completed their foundational training in Trauma Sensitive Yoga with Dave Emerson of TCTSY and graduated from the Yoga For All program with Dianne Bondy and Amber Karnes.
Cara currently lives on the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinabewaki, Attiwonderonk and Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations – colonized as Hamilton, Ontario – with her partners and fur babies.
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