Practice You PODCAST

Content and conversations for times of transition and change.

Join me in discussion with renowned luminaries and dear friends to explore life's myriad transitions, our understandings and our responses. What does it mean to be present, to shift our perceptions, to engage with the world meaningfully, with dignity and care? With respect for the ancient practices and the modern wisdom that continue to inform and elevate our exchanges, each episode is an invitation to Practice You.

Refreshing in the podcast space. Every episode leaves me feeling spacious, calm, at ease, and both delighted and moved by the world. Elena, you’re always so stunningly articulate and gracious. Thank you for this offering. May it never end.

- AUSSIEAMOS

THE PRACTICE YOU PODCAST with elena brower

Episode 146: Rebecca Woolf

On being real with your kids, emergence after the death of a spouse and a handful of difficult truths we’re all afraid to face.

Episode 145: Rabbi David Wolpe

On the ultimate mystery, the balm of faith and the touching humanity we all share.

Episode 144: Abigail Wald

On the transformations, challenges and potential healings of parenthood.

Episode 143: Tasha Rose

On the efficacy of herbalism and plant understanding to fortify, tonify and nourish our bodies.

Episode 142: Venika Morrissette

On finding your voice, prioritizing your own choices and leading with your truth.

Episode 141: Jillian Wintersteen

On bringing the conversation of astrology down to earth and the practices keep us connected.

Episode 140: Day Schildkret

On the importance of ritual and release, with Day Schildkret.

Episode 139: Yung Pueblo

On letting go, practicing acceptance of the inevitable turbulence and becoming lighter.

Episode 138: On living a vibrant life, with Marc Holzman

On the tiniest microhabits that create a life of longevity, vibrancy and service.

Episode 137: Katie Belfi

On preparedness, resilience and listening for what’s needed next

Episode 136: Jennifer Pastiloff

On the insidious nature of shame, and the stupefyingly beautiful experience of being human.

Episode 135: Nikki Costello

On the yoga of this daily life, emerging instances of intimacy with oneself and the translucency that arises from consistent practice.

Episode 134: Beth Lambert

On the truth of childhood chronic conditions, cumulative environmental stressors, hopeful approaches and inspiring reversals.

Episode 133: Yogi Cameron

On the relevance of ancient science to our modern bodies; daily practices to help us align with vibrant health.

Episode 132: Angelika Alana

On the true definition of intimacy, the openings that come from tragedy, and the tenderness that brings us together.

Episode 131: Joyce Tenneson

On the intelligence and teachings of the flowers; on observing, living and aging elegantly.