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 88: Dr. Edith Eger

On resolving victimhood, transforming fear, freedom from resentment, curiosity as hope, and delivering deep love to yourself, no matter what.

Episode 87: Sah D’Simone

On recalibrating your nervous system, dancing with fear, and the smallest acts of forgiveness.

Episode 86: Tracee Stanley

On prioritizing our inner world through the practice of Yoga Nidra; the clear benefits of Radiant Rest.

Episode 85: Kathleen St. Ours

On resilience through harrowing childhood assault, sharing pain as a service to others and the medicine of the story.

Episode 84: Richard Freeman and Mary Taylor

On trust, faith as not-knowing and these times of change that mandate letting go.

Episode 83: Erin Clabough

On using neuroscience to raise caring, compassionate, creative humans.

Episode 82: Marnie Nir

On evolving and resolving generational patterns and misunderstandings. On loving ourselves enough to be a safe space for others; on great communication.

Episode 81: Claire Ragozzino

On Ayurveda as a practice of deep listening, strengthening our ability to be resilient, present and respectful of the rhythms of Nature.

Episode 80: Quddus

On true allyship, the names we need to keep repeating, the necessary healings and breaking through.

Episode 79: Katie Hess

On the subtlety and majesty of the flowers, and their capacity to bring our human bodies back to Nature.

Episode 78: Dr. Anthony Lyon

On the harrowing reality from the hospital floor, two actions we can take to stop the spread, and the stories we craft to help us cope.

Episode 77: Kerri Kelly

On a new definition of politics, and caring for ourselves through this.

Episode 76: Judith Hanson Lasater

On the core of communication, and some myths we can release.

Episode 75: Justin Michael Williams

On the actual ending of racism – in this generation.

Episode 74: Julie Wald

On the vital ways in which we approach practice for mental health.

Episode 73: Jodie Patterson

On womanhood, excellence, Blackness, and our crucial collaborations in parenting, partnership, and creativity.