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 39: Satya Scainetti

On the beauty and merit of hard work, and the gift and responsibility of creativity. On using your commerce to touch the lives of those in need, and the healing that comes with giving and receiving help.

Episode 38: Andi Keh

On unraveling blocks in the body, the healing that wants to come through you, and the merits of staying curious.

Episode 37: Lisa Wimberger

On daily neuroliteracy, teaching your nervous system to listen expansively, and five profound yet simple steps to shift unintentional programs to intentional responses.

Episode 36: Melissa Ambrosini

On Staying Present for Yourself and Your Business

Episode 34: Meggan Watterson

On the experience of being yourself, the ancient illusion of hierarchy, and true humanity–being both fully human and fully divine.

Episode 35: Louie Schwartzberg

On Nature as healing modality and connecting force. On the magical mycelium all around us, and the greatest natural solution for climate change.

Episode 33: Ritual of Recovery

The Ritual of Recovery: Elena’s first spoken word piece to honour her five years of sobriety.

Episode 32: Gabrielle Lyon

On healing in all its forms; muscle-centric medicine, gut healing, evidence-based healing modalities and the importance of soul family.

Episode 31: Ruth King

On racism as a curable heart disease, the ever-expanding gift of mindfulness, and what it means to stay awake and responsive in these times with care and wisdom. Ruth offers us an invaluable meditation to close.

Episode 30: Julian Brass

On owning our anxiety as a sacred cue to wake up and remember ourselves. On becoming our own eternal support system. Practical tools to soothe and serve–yourself and others.

Episode 29: Amy Ippoliti

On the changing ecology of the yoga world, the importance of mentorship, and how we mature as teachers.

Episode 28: Vanessa Cornell

On the real breaking points, perils and virtues of honest parenting, creating more time for adventure and more space to be ourselves.

Episode 27: Rebekah Borucki

On mothering as hosting a human, lessons learned from repeating history, and remembering that what we’re healing was never broken.

Episode 26: Eileen Flannigan

On the education and empowerment of adolescent girls as one of the keys to the future of the world.

Episode 25: Jade Shutes

On aromatherapy as a path to activating our innate balance, understanding tissue states, and the study of Aromatic Medicine.

Episode 24: Julie Smerdon

On the confluence of effort and grace, the benevolent forces at play, and the electric walkway of this life.