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I created this podcast to educate, share my love of life and all that it entails, inspire, and promote movement in its various forms from a mental health aspect Also, I want to connect my listeners with others who will bring inspirational stories and experiences we can all relate to; people who have overcome obstacles to make it to their finish lines.
 
We are the Lowcountry's lowest standards of media podcasting to marketing, we want you to see everything looks better after we get to it. With series like live shows on location at bars, episodes with the family, and random check-ins with you the listener. We will never judge you, so don't be soft with us, we have no shame. We are also the proud owners of DIRTYUNDERTHIRTY.COM which is a podcast that's all filth and no class in 30 minutes. Big Kisses! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/c ...
 
Vanessa Bennett and Dené Logan are two soul sisters and therapists who connected over their shared love of depth psychology—known as the psychology of the soul. It is a template for diving beneath the surface to examine the complex natures of being human while on the quest for wholeness, including the relationship to spirit. Through their training and lived experiences with depth, yogic psychology, and mindfulness, they developed a passion for supporting others in living their most authentic ...
 
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TalkTales: "Cheaper Than Therapy" Bartender Advice Line

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TalkTales: "Cheaper Than Therapy" Bartender Advice Line

Shana and Adhel- Bartender, Mixologist, bar, cocktails, mixology, bar stories, advice, therapy, hotline

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TalkTales is a comedy podcast that explores stories from behind the bar and beyond. Covid is a bitch, so Shana and Adhel reformatted and now bring you Cheaper Than Therapy! The free bartender call in advice podcast. Call (213)465-0837 and leave us your questions, Shana, Adhel and our top shelf guests will answer them on our weekly podcast.
 
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Danette May is the Co-founder and CCO of Mindful Health LLC and Earth Echo Foods, best-selling author, founder of The Rise Movement, keynote speaker, high-level executive coach, fitness and nutrition expert, entrepreneur, wife, and mother. She has inspired millions of people around the world to step up into the true and full expression of themselve…
 
Today is a very special day for a number of reasons. It's my anniversary. One year ago today, I launched “Running Is Cheaper Than Therapy Podcast”. The day is also significant, in that it is the day that my mother passed away with breast cancer, October 27 2008. I decided to launch the podcast as a way to celebrate her memory versus being sad. She …
 
In this live coaching session, we talk with Sarah about the work she’s doing following the end of a 7-year relationship and a called-off engagement. We dive into how to hold a desire to respect our family, cultures, and values, while knowing that we also need to step into an ever-expanding version of our authentic Self, and how sometimes our work i…
 
Max Fennell is the first African American professional triathlete to earn his pro card. A former soccer player, Max stumbled upon the sport of triathlon in a coffee shop, of all places. After a year of racing, he was addicted. He is also the CEO of Fenn Coffee which provides premium coffee to elite athletes, weekend warriors, nature lovers, and adv…
 
Xavier Dagba is a trauma-informed transformational life coach, shadow work facilitator, intuitive healer, and emotional alchemist. Xavier firmly believes that personal freedom can only be achieved when we allow ourselves to welcome the wisdom hidden within every emotional state, good or bad. We sit down with Xavier to talk about his path to discove…
 
People fall into endurance sports for different reasons. For Chris Tubbs, physical activity was needed to turn his life around. He started training in his 40s and it has completely changed his attitude towards life. He says he’s like a ‘joyful volcano’ each time he hits the road. In this episode, Chris shares how he got into endurance sports, triat…
 
In this episode, we share our thoughts on the new HBO Max series, Scenes From A Marriage, and what it triggered in both of us. We explore how we differentiate between a feeling, a thought we have, and the truth of how we feel, acknowledging that we all have our own traumas, our own pain, our own moments we feel alone, abandoned, scared, and how tha…
 
Episode Overview: How far would you go to fight for your dreams? For Dillon Shije, running has always been a part of his culture and tradition and now he’s on a journey to become the first medical doctor in his community. Dillon’s love for running and his Native American Community has literally taken him to the White house. He has been featured in …
 
After two decades of practicing psychotherapy, Dr. Sam Rader developed her own therapeutic approach that examines how early childhood experiences write source code in the unconscious. As the owner and clinical director of the Source Code Psychotherapy Center in Los Angeles, she and her team of mental health practitioners help individuals re-write t…
 
One of my favorite things to do on this show is share parts of me. Some of my passions, struggles, fears, victories, there are just a few of the things I share. I thought of the title of this episode after I had my last surgery. The plan was for it to be a story from that time of surgery until the time I completed my another full distance Iron Man …
 
Brystollane and Wes recapped week 2 of the league with the man the myth the legend we all know as Pucci. This episodes has everything from stupidly awesome music, nickname origins and Pucci's insane ESPN/Vegas Bookie type knowledge on fantasy players. So basically, Bry and Pucci talked football and I asked Pucci what would be his perfect first date…
 
In this live coaching session, we talk with DR about his moments of growth throughout the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. We dive into shattering (or expanding beyond) the societal stigmas around being an emotional male, how sitting in the mud of rock bottom moments presents an opportunity to emerge and bloom, developing your toolboxes of who you are an…
 
Alphonso Nathan is a Sports Psychologist with a keen interest in supporting athletes particularly young athletes. He helps individuals deal with depression, anxiety, and anger management. As a former football player and athlete, Alphonso found his calling in helping talents overcome the challenges that come with sports. He has found great success i…
 
Pilot episode of a new series a sub-subsection of "The Check In" called The Good Buddy Podcast. Wes got to reconnect with his long lost buddy Terrance and played catch up and then proceeded to our normal nerd talk about Batman, Movies, Women that never age and Heavy Metal. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cheaper/messageSupport this p…
 
This Episode Has Everything: Fantasy Football, Podcast Virgins (Aka Stretch), Talking Shit, NFL Week 2, 80’S Power Ballads, And $3. If That Doesn't Make Sense Just Hit The Shit Out Of The Play Button And You’ll Figure It Out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cheaper/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cheaper/support…
 
Kathleen Cruger is a mindfulness coach, yoga instructor, writer, and creator of creative things. As founder of Yoga Etc. and Radiant Human Design, she helps her clients connect with their true, authentic selves, leading them to their soul’s unique blueprint to bring clarity and self-acceptance—two of the best gifts we can give to ourselves. We talk…
 
James Crumlin is a well-known Nashville employment lawyer co-founder of Capitol Steps Workout in Nashville, Ironman Triathlete, and Triathlete Coach. Encouraged by his mother, and following in his father’s footsteps, James says he wanted to be a lawyer for as long as he can remember. One of the proudest moments in his life was accepting the Nationa…
 
In this live coaching session, we talk with Alana about the complexity of her experience with loss and trauma. We dive into the ebbs and flows of grief, how we honor the truth of our experience when we lose someone we care for deeply, showing ourselves compassion around where we are moment to moment, and using titration as a tool for processing gri…
 
If you have ever thought about hiking, this is the episode for you. Heather Diaz shares her passion for hiking and she shares all the tips you need for a hiking trip. Hiking became a way of life for Heather as she was forced to slow down and start noticing the beauty around her. In this episode, you will also learn what to wear when hiking, where t…
 
A new seasonal series that's all about the "Ten Man Fantasy Football League". Wes St. Lixx and the league's commissioner Bryston have a virtual sit down, shoot the shit and talk about what's to come up for the 2021 season. We will be doing weekly recaps of the league, talking shit about the next week, and having a guest from the league to defend th…
 
Dusting off-the-road gear and getting back to the "CBGB" of Charleston, the epicenter of our podcasts: Burns Alley Tavern. Needless to say new equipment on the road proved to be a quick learning curve (for Wes, not Vic), and Jimmy the only one working behind the bar shaved a lot of time off the show but he stepped up as always with his "ok so this …
 
Rainier Wylde is a teacher, guide, and writer who works with men and women around the world to discover their unacknowledged shadow and forge an intimate union with their masculine and feminine in order to awaken their wholeness. We talk with Rainier about living authentically and honoring each and every part of our path, his own journey of self-di…
 
What I want to talk about today is called saddle sores. I'm not talking about a horse in the saddle, I'm talking about an injury or a concern that some cyclists get. The seat of a bike is called a saddle. If you ride for a long period of time, you have an intimate relationship with the saddle and what's between your legs. Oftentimes people get what…
 
In this live coaching session, we sit down with Jennifer to discuss her experiences throughout her motherhood, career, and spiritual journey. We dive into navigating the unspoken anxieties that come with parenting, fostering compassion for yourself when you’re moving through any kind of change, and how to lean into your body and breath to return to…
 
In this episode, I talk about mental health. It's okay not to be okay. Initially, I started running to help me lose weight because I was clinically depressed after my mother passed away with breast cancer and with the emotional eating I gained about twenty pounds. I found that it was not only good for my body, but it was good for my mind and my spi…
 
Nico Barraza is the founder of Altai Creative, specializing in producing and engineering strategic marketing, public relations, and outreach plans for businesses, organizations, and initiatives of all kinds. He’s an ex-pro-athlete and host of the Starve the Ego Feed the Soul podcast that covers everything about the most important subject that we’ll…
 
“After a two-and-a-half-year battle with Plantar Fasciitis, I was finally pain-free and could run.” It was October 2014 when I first experienced the most intense pain from my Plantar Fasciitis after I finished the Chicago marathon. Plantar Fasciitis is when the fascia that connects your heel to your toes becomes inflamed and causes intense pain in …
 
In this week’s episode, I am privileged to have been entrusted with Roderick Sewell’s story. He was born with a condition called Tibial Hemimelia. Against all odds, Roderick Sewell succeeded. He not only succeeded he became a Paralympian, an Ironman World Champion finisher. He inspires in everything he does. His story is amazing. Sports literally c…
 
In this live coaching session, we sit down with Nicole to discuss what comes up emotionally as we transition into a new stage of life. We talk about navigating imposter syndrome when charting a new career journey, how to differentiate your truth when experiencing gaslighting, how trauma can show up in different ways than we typically talk about, an…
 
Amy E. Smith is a certified Life Coach and Hypnotherapist. As founder of thejoyjunkie.com, Amy uses her roles as coach, writer, podcaster, and speaker to move individuals to a place of radical personal empowerment and self-worth. We talk with Amy about tactical ways to establish and honor boundaries, how to stand up strongly for yourself, the power…
 
Deciding to give cycling a try, I started a journey to find the best bike for me. In Episode two, I shared how my godson was the inspiration for me to actually compete in a triathlon. Getting a bike was the first step in that process. After joining a club and attending a group ride, I realized that I had a lot to learn about the sport. Major Taylor…
 
In this live coaching session, we sit down with Ben to discuss the lifelong work of strengthening our self awareness muscle. We talk about the ways codependency appears within relationships, navigating the dating waters after the end of a pivotal relationship, and how important it is to know that as long as we’re breathing we’re still growing and l…
 
When you hear Level-Up, your first thought would be Ciara, but today I’m here to introduce to you a movement for cycling spearheaded by an entrepreneur named Erica with the same name. Erica Davis, a long-time enthusiast of Cycling, is here today to tell us how she built-- the Level Up Cycling Movement. With a background in business management and e…
 
Caitlin Slavens and Chelsea Bodie are registered psychologists, parenting experts, perinatal specialists and the founders of MamaPsychologists - where they focus on supporting the mental health and well-being of mothers and parents at every stage of their parenting journey. We talk with Caitlin and Chelsea about the parental shaming perpetuated thr…
 
⁠Dr. Kuku message in this episode is to listen to your body. If she had not she would no longer be here with us. Her story is one of persistence and knowing when to ask for more. Life is a journey, and often time we are our first and best advocate when it comes to health. Episode Highlights: Who is Dr. Dayo Kuku? What Does It Mean to Listen to Your…
 
It's been a year since Papa Bear Dino Castelhano become a regular for the podcast series. What started out as a fun one-session recording turned into a series. I am stoked on many levels but Dino stepped up and got a Rode Mic so we were able to get some of that good sound for remote podcasting. We hit all the staples of topics you've come to expect…
 
In this live coaching session, we talk with Lisa about navigating the space between endings and new beginnings - also known as the liminal space. We talk with Lisa about getting caught on the societal hamster wheel of destinations and finished results, the ways our mental health struggles can often show up as an indication of where we are living ou…
 
From a very young age, Dayna has suffered from depression from growing up in a predominantly where the European standard of beauty was always pushed on her. She sought therapy at a young age and her mother was very supportive of her. Yoga came to Dayna in a very unplanned way. She was having a challenging day and stumbled upon a yoga course. In thi…
 
Melissa Wood Tepperberg is a powerhouse mama, wife, digital entrepreneur, founder of Melissa Wood Health, and creator of The MWH Method. Melissa has created a digital movement of women supporting women through her willingness to show up authentically and share the tools she’s used in her own life to heal and thrive. We talk with Melissa about what …
 
Audra talks in detail of how she started in fitness and the reason why she built her business, BeautiFitStrong. She has competed in bodybuilding competitions, was a boxer, and has done so much more. Audra is passionate about women empowerment. She infuses this in her programs and training. Tune in you won't be disappointed. Episode Highlights: Audr…
 
In this live coaching session, we talk with Chester about moving out of apathy and into his life’s next steps after 11 years of marriage. We explore how living in a capitalist society conditions us to buy into the myth of “the white picket fence,” the reality of how hard it can be to make decisions for ourselves after a lifetime of self-abandonment…
 
Runner's knee is patellofermoral syndrome, or anterior knee pain. It can be caused by a number of reasons. Depending on the particular reason, this will determine the treatment. In this episode, I shared the time that I had to shut down from running a race because of my runner’s knee. Having a runner's knee is not isolated to runners. People who pa…
 
It’s been three years since Richard “Box” Bachschmidt left his mark on the world. This whole podcast is a continuation of his own podcast and we don't even come close to the unbelievable talent he had on-air and the warmest of hearts off the air. So our good buddy Tyler Boone called us all the way from “L Ayyyy” and we shared some stories and playe…
 
Welcome to the 22nd episode of Cheaper Than Therapy! The free bartender call in advice podcast. Call (213)465-0837 and leave us your questions, Shana, Adhel and our top shelf guests will answer them on our weekly podcast.Ohhhh snap! Mixmaster Taylor Lax aka The Cocktail Bandit is on the mic this week. You may have seen some of his creative concocti…
 
In this episode, we discuss self-abandonment and all the different ways it shows up. We share stories of our personal experiences with self-abandonment and what they’ve taught us. We talk about some of the implicit and explicit messages we receive in childhood, how an attempt to control our environment is often the consistent theme underneath most …
 
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