The fierce, fiery, passionate and articulate social justice champion, Anita Otilia Rodriguez, returns for another thought-provoking show.
Anita is a painter, storyteller, award-winning author of Coyota in the Kitchen, social activist, and co-founder of the Taos Healing and Reconciliation Institute and Project.
She riffs on being a "half-breed," a ninth-generation Taoseno, historical and collective trauma, the paradox of healing, and yes ... even more!
Taos Healing and Reconciliation Institute here
Melissa Spamer -- licensed psychotherapist, advanced yoga trainer and teacher, licensed massage therapist AND Ayurvedic practitioner -- shares some of her in-depth wisdom and knowledge.
The sacredness of the body, healing her own trauma, compassion and women's empowerment are some of things she and Melanie touch upon.
He describes himself as just a "regular old guy who paints." But ERic Luplow is much more than that.
He's a spokesman for art and music and learning to live with infant TBI (traumatic brain injury) and creativity.
Plus, he's just plain ole' a lot of fun.
Come along with Melanie and ERic in this thoughtful, deep episode.
ERic Luplow's Facebook page here
Diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's, guest Susan Balkman shares stories and insights from her own journey.
National dementia expert and author Dr. Jytte Lokvig is also in the studio for another thoughtful, and yes, fun! episode.
Santa Fe Alzheimer's Cafe, founded by Dr. Jytte Lokvig here
Dr. Melanie Harth's website here