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ABOUT THE SHOW

Hosted by Samantha Skelly, the podcast combines personal development, deep conversations and comedy to shake up the way you connect to yourself and the world. Samantha Skelly is a best selling author, international speaker and the founder of Hungry For Happiness and Pause Breathwork.

Episode 029: Sex After Trauma with Rachael Maddox

This is the second time I’ve had this wonderful soul on the show and she came back because you guys wanted her to come back. We are talking more specifically in this episode about sex, sexual trauma, sexual expression and liberation. So if you do have kiddos around I would…

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Episode 028: Flip Your Flaws with Renee Airya

This episode with Renee Airya is about accepting the range of our emotions and feeling comfortable with expressing them. We also talk about connecting to our truth, which comes up often on the podcast, but it's so important for us to create that internal channel of connection. I love how…

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Episode 027: How to Experience Transformation on a Visceral Level with Jill Coleman

In this episode Jill Coleman and I talk about how we can find purpose outside of the obsession we have with our bodies. This is a huge conversation and a core desire for a lot of the women who come into HFH community. You know, it's something I had to…

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Episode 026: How to Effectively Communicate Your Needs with Lisa Kaplin

This episode with Lisa Kaplin is all about getting over the fear of voicing our truth and creating a clear channel of communication. You know something I see constantly with my clients is the fear of speaking up because we're afraid of rejection and something I always say to them…

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Episode 025: Changing the Planet One Plant at a Time with Jessica Murnane

I loved this episode. One thing we talked about with our group programs and with all of our clients is life is constantly happening for us in perfect timing. When we can step out of that victim mentality of "Life is happening to me" and and "Life is happening for…

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Episode 024: How to Live More Soulfully with Rebecca Niziol

This episode with the lovely Rebecca Niziol is all about recognizing our flow states. Flow is something that’s naturally accessible in our bodies and it feels different for everyone. For Rebecca, it’s the feeling of ease. For me, it’s losing track of time because I’m doing something I'm so immersed…

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Episode 023: The Healing Effects of Journaling with Katie Dalebout

In this episode with Katie Dalebout we talk about expressing our true selves through journaling. I freaking love journaling and for those of you who are not journalers, journaling is a beautiful way to release the emotionality that’s trapped in our bodies so we can really decipher the difference between…

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Episode 022: How Feminism Affects Body Image with Tara Whitney

In this episode Tara and I speak about how the food and body disconnection among women ties into feminism. This was a juicy topic that we haven't addressed on the show yet and I was fired up after hearing what Tara had to say about this. She also asks a…

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Episode 021: How to Establish a Practice of ‘Waking Up’ with Rosie Acosta

Today I have Rosie Acosta on the podcast and we get into the beauty of yoga, stillness and truly honoring our bodies. Each and every day we’re moving around in these amazing vessels that literally guide our human experience and we just often don’t take time to acknowledge how profound…

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Episode 020: How To Be A More Effective Lover To Your Man with Connor Beaton

In this episode we talk about the mindset of men and how women can support them in cultivating emotional intelligence. He said something really profound, “Women are the permission cards for men’s vulnerability and growth.” I loved that because it’s not from a place of trying to control, but from…

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