What is mindfulness and what does it have to do with your physical wellness? In this episode, Kalli and physical therapy professor and mindfulness expert Scotty Butcher look at the connection and how it can help you. Dr. Scotty Butcher is an Associate Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science at the University of Saskatchewan,
In this episode, Kalli digs into why your sleep is the foundation of your health and one of the key habits you can improve to optimize your life. And of course, she provides some tips and tricks to help you get more shut eye during the week. Resource Referenced: Why We Sleep by Dr. Matthew
In this episode, Kalli invites you to look at your lifestyle goals and to have a conversation with yourself about the role alcohol plays in achieving those goals. If setting boundaries with other people is an issue, or if getting through the holidays and social situations is difficult for you, check out past episodes that
His was on a path he didn’t like, but CJ Hollett says he truly just didn’t know how to change it. It took a serious offence, some jail time, and some tough work on himself for the then-teenager to reset and correct his journey. In this episode, Kalli and the established Brazilian Jiu Jitsu coach
Kalli sits down to discuss coming out of retirement as a competitor, ahead of her first competition in six year. She dives into how her mindset and approach to competing has changed over the years — regardless of the sport. A relatable conversation for anyone who is starting over, after a taking any kind of break.
Why do we burst into tears or see red in a fit of rage? What is going on inside our brains that our big emotions show up the way they do? In this episode, Kalli and therapist Georgia McCusker get curious with emotions and take a closer look at how therapy works. About Georgia: Georgia
In this week’s episode, Kalli discusses how to implement counselling and routines in busy lifestyles, and how it can be done in small steps instead of an overwhelming overhaul. Resources: Sask. Walk-In Mental Health Counselling Sites Online Therapy User: The Wellbeing Program “The Miracle Morning” by Hal Elrod
On July 2, 2019, Chance Lorinczy began a physical and mental health journey that would save his life. That day, after celebrating Canada Day to the fullest with his friends the night before, he weighed in at 600lbs. He was sick and tired. The small town Saskatchewan dad and husband was also slowly dying. Sixteen
Chances are, if you’ve mastered something, you’ve put in the time to get good at it. But the road to success can be a long one, with few rewards. In this episode, Kalli shares a recent personal victory, the path to getting there, and where she goes from here. Spoiler alert: it all comes back
What do you do when you feel big, uncomfortable emotions? Do you express those feelings or do you bottle them up inside? In this episode, Kalli and art therapist Jolissa Henriksson (M. Ed Psychology, M.S.E, B.S., & B.A.) dig into mental health, neurology, and movement. Their conversation looks at how we cope with our feelings,
February 2 marked the 36th annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Since its inception in 1987, the day recognizes women’s contributions to sports and society. It also serves to acknowledge the influence of female athletes at all levels and honour the progress and continuing struggle for equality in women’s sports. In this episode,
Could you give up most of your possessions and your home and willingly live in a van? Not just on a holiday, but as your permanent address? Building grit and practicing stoicism are a big part of what makes Jesse Boldt tick. The professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter and coach, social media master, dog
It happened — despite the best of intentions and following all public health orders and recommendations, Kalli came down with COVID-19 last week. In this week’s episode, Kalli pulls back the curtain on her personal health and shares what the experience was like for her.
If paying down debt, growing your wealth, or just getting a better understanding of your financial situation is one of your goals for 2022, this episode is a must-listen. Financial coach Mandyy Thomas sits down with Kalli to talk about the connection between money and mental health, and delivers some practical tips and tricks. Mandyy
In this episode, Kalli gets into the bad rap of New Year Resolutions, why we need a language shift, and why James Clear’s book, Atomic Habits, is one you must read this year.
In this episode, Ryan Lowery, the CEO behind Ketogenic.com and co-author of the Ketogenic Bible, chats with Kalli about the importance of improving our metabolic health, what science and his research is telling us about keto, how he deals with social media backlash, and why he insists on surrounding himself with the best people (and
In this episode, Kalli reveals her formula for goal setting as we head into a new year. The process of looking to the future with her circle of life assessment also involves looking back and also reflecting on what’s been accomplished in the past year. This step-by-step guide will help you figure out how to
Ashley Breland is on a mission to help people build better boundaries, practice self care and build confidence through body acceptance, love and body neutrality. The woman behind @an.awakened.life on Instagram, Ash has been a clinical social worker for close to a decade and in the process of completing her Masters of Social Work, with
This episode is a quick primer to help you start setting your mindset as we head into socializing season. After almost two years in a pandemic, these settings might be overwhelming, especially with people you haven’t seen for a long time. Kalli gets into great reminders for those who are familiar with setting boundaries, and
A familiar face in morning TV news, Alex Brown is part of the trio that hosts CTV Morning Live Saskatoon. Born and raised in Regina, Alex moved to Toronto with her family in 2004 where she attended Ryerson with a focus in Radio and Television Arts. In 2014, she found her way back home, working
Being an entrepreneur was not Kalli’s original plan while navigating her undergraduate education, but it became her path afterward. In honour of World Entrepreneur Day this week, Kalli sat down to reflect on how her health business has morphed over the years and lays out a few non-traditional life and business lessons she discovered along
In the fall of 2021, Jessica Buettner travelled to Sweden to compete in the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF) World Championships. Not only did the Saskatoon woman compete, she locked in hardware in all three lifts: squat, bench and deadlift. She also came home a world record holder. But her road to success was not short, or
In this episode, Kalli looks at how much we give of ourselves in the various facets of our lives. Where are you putting too much effort, and what is lagging behind and suffering? What is your priority and what is your purpose? As one human, you cannot give 100% in all areas. If you’re killing