In this episode of The Real Undressed, Eve Kagan, a licensed professional counselor, trauma therapist, and yoga teacher, joins host Deborah Kagan to dive deep into the topics of trauma, sexuality, and shame. Eve opens up about the statistics surrounding sexual trauma and the challenges survivors face when reporting these incidents. She explores the healing power of art and creativity, emphasizing the need to rewrite old stories of shame to embrace one’s true worth. Eve offers tips for healing from trauma and discusses the importance of intentional, compassionate spaces for transformation.
In this episode of The Real Undressed, Deborah Kagan hosts Brooke Lightstone, a restorative writer, spiritual author, and women’s prayer and writing circle facilitator. Brooke shares her journey from being an empathic psychic child to a pediatric energy healer, and how her life was transformed through her spiritual work. This conversation is a profound exploration of the power of self-acceptance, the importance of living authentically, and the transformative potential of spiritual healing.
Dr. Hepsherat Amadi is a native of New York, who graduated from Bronx H.S. of Science in 1974, Harvard U. in 1979, S.U.N.Y. at Stony Brook Medical School in 1987 and Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Family Practice Residency in 1990. She moved to South Florida in 1990, graduated from the Community School of Traditional Chinese Health Care in 1998 and I was the visiting medical doctor for the Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach during 1995-1998. Since May of 2001, she has been in solo practice in wholistic medicine in Coral Springs, FL. primarily doing quantum biofeedback assessment and treatment (a form of energy medicine), lifestyle and nutritional counseling, along with homeopathic, herbal and nutritional supplements and remedies. She is married with three children.
Jahna an internationally renowned music and sound practitioner. She spreads wellbeing, ease and a little enchantment by blending transformational ancient Tibetan singing bowls (300-600 yrs. old), mindfulness, song and etherial vocal toning. A UCLA certified mindfulness coach and professional singer, she brings many of these practices to participants by working with her husband, Michael, an award winning sound director and Master Tibetan Singing Bowl artist.
Rachel Elise is the founder of Blue Moon Elise, hand-made herbal personal care products. Made with 100% synthetic free, earth-friendly ingredients, all Blue Moon Elise products are formulated according to holistic, health-oriented principles without the use of animal testing or synthetic preservatives!!
Victor Rivas Rivers is a veteran film and television star, best-selling author, renowned advocate for violence prevention, and the first Cuban-born football player to land a tryout with the Miami Dolphins. He has achieved extraordinary success in numerous arenas. But given his violent upbringing, few of those achievements were ever likely. If not for a handful of individuals who were willing to take a stand on his behalf, he doubts he would be alive today. He chronicles his story of survival in his memoir A Private Family Matter.
It’s October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. And truly, why I do what I do, with this podcast, with all the Rock Your Mojo live events, programs and mentorship, is dedicated to the cause of ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Education, support, accurate mentoring and community can be extremely powerful in supporting women to reestablish the Mojo connection—and therefore, your enthusiasm for life.
Dr. Cari Schaefer DACM, is a best selling author, healthcare expert & provider, teacher, and lecturer on health and nutrition. As a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine with over 20 years experience Cari has helped thousands of people identify and remove the barriers blocking them from feeling their best. In her book The Food Solution, Cari shares what she learned about the important role food plays in our healing journey.
Ellen Heed, Ph.D., is a somatic educator + sexological bodyworker providing a deep dive into the diversity of human experience, lived in-body. She comes by her fascination with embodiment honestly.