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Body Liberation for All

Body Liberation for All

By Dalia Kinsey, RD, LD

Decolonized Wellness Coach and Registered Dietitian Dalia Kinsey created Body Liberation for All as a resource for QTBIPOC folks who are ready to become the happiest version of themselves, using healing tools tailored for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ folx. Since wellness is multi-factorial each season covers a broad range of tools (sexual expression, indigenous medicine, mindfulness etc.) for the pursuit of happiness. Special guests and healers join throughout each season to share their journeys to inner peace and fulfillment.
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Processing Rejection from the Church and Finding Your Own Queer Spiritual Path with Reverend Catharine Clarenbach

Body Liberation for All Aug 03, 2020

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Feb 01, 202201:09:14
Escaping and Recovering from Cults and from High Control Religious Groups with Goddess Carroll

Escaping and Recovering from Cults and from High Control Religious Groups with Goddess Carroll

This episode Goddess joins me in a heartfelt discussion of our shared experience of leaving the cult in which we were raised, deconditioning ourselves, and finding our way to our true selves.Ā 

Goddess (they/them/theirs) is the Proud MoMo of Sun Seed Community; a platform for the practice of collective healing. Creating Goddessā€™ tools of liberation took a whole community of support and they hope their village's stories can resonate with others.

They graduated from the Healing Arts Institute of Massage in October of 2018 and continue to explore therapeutic and spiritual practices. You can usually find them in the "pagan" section of the bookstore, sitting in the back of a concert, caressing crystals at your local metaphysical shop, or binge-watching old sci-fi movies while cooking.

This episode we discuss:

šŸŒˆ Identifying marks of cults

šŸŒˆ Recovering your true identityĀ 

šŸŒˆ Communicating with family that is inside a cult or high control group

šŸŒˆ Weaponization of the need for community

šŸŒˆ Critical thinking as protection and a tool for liberation


Resources Mentioned in the Show

Connect with Goddess Carroll

Website: https://www.sunseedcommunity.com/

Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/sunseedcommunity/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sunseedcommunity

Jan 01, 202201:31:14
Season 2 is Launching January 1st
Dec 28, 202102:47
Season Break and News

Season Break and News

Season one has come to an end.Ā I'm working on the finishing touches for Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ 

Season two will be coming at you this fall. Ā 


Resources

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links



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Jul 28, 202102:54
Letting Love Lead Your Health Journey with Zac Potter

Letting Love Lead Your Health Journey with Zac Potter

Zac Potter, founder of Lion's Heart Health, is an Atlanta-based Health & Wellness teacher and author leading a whole health journey that starts from the heart. With 15+ years of training in Yoga, Weightlifting, Track & Field and Gymnastics, he meets you where you are in your health journey while focusing on balance, function and progressive performance in the pursuit of your best physical self. Zac believes firmly that our physical fitness journey is powered by something deeperā€”our "why"ā€”and that health is best approached as a way to love ourselvesā€”and othersā€”to our fullest potential.

This episode we discuss

šŸŒˆBringing Your Heart and Love Into Fitness

šŸŒˆFunctional Strength that Supports Your Life

šŸŒˆPosture and Rehabilitating Weak Muscles

šŸŒˆFinding Internal, Sustainable Motivation

šŸŒˆHealing from the Heart Outward


Resources

Order your copy of ā Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ ā 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links

Connect with Zac

https://www.lionshearthealth.com

https://www.instagram.com/cz_potter/

Beginner Yoga Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwNAcKBx5Js

Credits for this episode's music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!)

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Jul 12, 202101:00:14
Turning Cole Into Diamonds Guest Episode : Dieting, Decolonization, & Peeing in the Shower
Jun 28, 202148:05
Queer People of Color and Mental Health with Britni Andrews, MA, LPC

Queer People of Color and Mental Health with Britni Andrews, MA, LPC

After graduation from Prairie View A & M University, Britni D. Andrews became a queer counselor intern based in Houston, TX.

Britni has utilized an artistic medium of language and an eclectic approach to wellness to sculpt their role as Creative Director of @TheKIDDORG, a community initiative. They have produced creative workshops in collaboration with Covenant House California (CHC), Covenant House Texas and Harris County Juvenile Probation Department (HCJPD). @THEKIDDORG has a mission to push the state of change forward in conversations about mental health, community engagement, criminal justice reform and LGBTQ+ community support.

Recently named as an Idea Fund Round 12 Grantee, Britni is producing ā€œThe Session: LGBTQ+ Mental Health feat. QPOCā€- a short film composed of private unscripted dialogues with Queer People of Color (QPOC) reflecting on their unique identities within their cultures, the LGBTQ+ community and the challenges faced in expression of their gender, sexuality and development of affirming and inclusive relationships.

This episode we discuss

šŸŒˆ Being called to create resources that we once neededĀ 

šŸŒˆDestigmatizing mental healthĀ 

šŸŒˆConnecting to the wisdom of our Black Queer History

šŸŒˆManaging the stress of holding multiple marginalized identities

šŸŒˆHow and when to tap in to therapy as a healing toolĀ 

Resources

Connect with Britni

www.thekiddorg.com

instagram.com/@TheSessionQPOC

Queer Black HistoryĀ 

Resources

Order your copy of ā Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ ā 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links


Jun 07, 202101:16:15
Your Lived Experiences Hold All the Answers with Mike Iamele
May 24, 202101:07:42
Finding Your Strength with Amazin LeThi

Finding Your Strength with Amazin LeThi

Amazin LeThi is a global Vietnamese LGBTQ advocate, keynote speaker, athlete and thought leader. She is a former competitive bodybuilder, entertainment executive and the first Vietnamese internationally published fitness author. Amazin has captured audiences with her story from the United Nations to Google and governments from all around the world. Ā Ā As a thought leader and through conversations, panel discussions and Q&As, Amazin shares her personal journey of homelessness to becoming one of the most visible and influential LGBTQ activists in the world. Her story was included in the It Gets Better campaign and the first White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Asian anti-bullying campaign Act to Change.

In this interview Amazin shares her story of being raised in an intensely anti-Asian environment. This episode will make you want to finish construction on your time machine to go back and back hand some folks in young Amazinā€™s defense.Ā  If you are able to do that let us all get in on that.Ā 

It's heart breaking to face how much trauma some of us have survived at the hands of white supremacy culture, how much of the racism we internalized and how many years weā€™ve had to dedicate to recovery.

The beauty of the story is that Amazin not only survived, but found a way to repair her self-worth and actively work to fight systemic oppression and shield the most vulnerable from abuse and bigotry.Ā 

This episode we discuss:

šŸŒˆThe transracial adoptee experience

šŸŒˆDiscovering the empowering nature of body buildingĀ 

šŸŒˆRecovering from low-self worth and internalized racism

šŸŒˆIntersectional activism and fighting AAPI hate


Resources

Order your copy of ā Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ ā 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links


Connect with AmazinĀ 

www.amazinlethi.com
www.twitter.com/amazinlethi
www.facebook.com/amazinlethi
www.instagram.com/amazinlethiĀ 

May 10, 202101:13:38
Living Whole Despite the Hurt : LGBTQ Experience in the Black Church with Donta Morrison
May 03, 202101:02:25
Surviving Gender Dysphoria with Celia Sandhya Daniels

Surviving Gender Dysphoria with Celia Sandhya Daniels

Celia is an Asian Indian gender fluid, non-op trans woman of color who is an entrepreneur, musician, photographer, storyteller, activist and filmmaker. She writes and speaks passionately about her struggles and challenges she faced in her family, work, and community both in the US and India. As a management consultant with top fortune 100 companies, she educates, empowers, and advocates for transgender and gender non-binary individuals in the business world.Ā 

Celia brings an amazing intersectional blend of ethnicity, creativity, culture, religion, and corporate experience in her activism. Received the 2019 Human Rights Campaignā€™s equality award forā€œ Outstanding commitment and service to our communityā€. She is currently in the Executive Board for Trans Can Work and the VP of Stonewall Democrats of Ventura County, California.

Growing up as a lonely closeted trans child in a conservative middle-class Christian home in Southern India, Celia writes and speaks passionately about their inner struggles, gender dysphoria and social challenges she faced in her family, work, school, and community both in the US and India.

This episode we discussĀ 

šŸŒˆThe intersection of misogyny, racism, and transphobia

šŸŒˆSurviving years of gender dysphoria with moments of gender euphoria

šŸŒˆReclaiming personal power through intersectional activism

šŸŒˆLiving for yourself and learning to follow your internal compass


Resources

Connect with Celia

www.linkedin.com/in/celiasandaniels

Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links


Apr 12, 202101:10:28
Liberating Your Business Life with Sarah Osman
Mar 30, 202146:13
How to Get Embodied without Performing Wellness with Ifasina Clear
Mar 15, 202156:02
Love is Hard Work; A Romance Reality Check with Sean Crenshaw
Mar 01, 202101:26:10
Finding Your Authentic Voice with Summer Luk
Feb 16, 202159:32
Becoming a Sovereign Embodiment with Rawiyah Tariq
Feb 01, 202101:12:12
Decolonizing Your Body Image with Dalia Kinsey, RD, LD
Jan 25, 202136:48
Social Justice and Liberated Fitness with Sarah Merrifield

Social Justice and Liberated Fitness with Sarah Merrifield

Today's guest stands out from her peers as personal trainer and yoga teacher committed to social justice who uses liberated fitness to help clients escape from the dominant culture's oppressive version of fitness. Ā Sarah's belief that the body should be moved in ways that feel good and that an obsessive focus on size is not health promoting, aligns perfectly with the liberatory message of the show. Ā Her insights as a life long learner dedicated to research and learning to Do Better brings depth to the conversation of navigating appropriated spaces as a cis-queer woman with white skin. Ā 

This episode we discussĀ 

šŸŒˆsharing yoga as a spiritual practiceĀ as an atheist

šŸŒˆmaking yoga and fitness accessible and inclusive

šŸŒˆrecognizing that everything you need is within youĀ 

šŸŒˆapplying activism and social justice to wellnessĀ 

šŸŒˆfinding a spiritual practice that supports youĀ 

šŸŒˆnavigating cultural appropriation in faith spaces

šŸŒˆwhy we have to center the most vulnerable in our activismĀ 

Resources

Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links

Connect with Sarah on IG

Ā https://www.instagram.com/merri.fit

And her latest offeringĀ 

https://www.merri.fit/liberated-fitness-playbook; a 3-month coaching program to take you from an unhealthy, restrictive, and obsessive relationship with fitness to a healthy, balanced, and intuitive one that brings peace, healing, and self-love. Includes online lessons, worksheets, individual coaching, and group support

Thank you to Stellar Podcast Productions for producing this episode http://www.stellar-podcast.com/

Jan 18, 202101:11:34
Systems of Oppression and Diet Culture with Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC and Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD
Jan 05, 202139:06
You Are In The Middle Of Your Purpose: How To Stop Being Lost And Find Your Life's Meaning with Melvin Nix
Dec 11, 202056:01
Living an Authentic Life and Understanding the Biblical Perspective on Gender with Gabrielle Claiborne and Rev. Linda Herzer

Living an Authentic Life and Understanding the Biblical Perspective on Gender with Gabrielle Claiborne and Rev. Linda Herzer

Gabrielle Claiborne is Co-founder and CEO of Transformation Journeys Worldwide, an inclusion training and consulting firm with a transgender focus. She helps cutting-edge organizations position themselves to attract and retain the best talent, foster collaborative working environments, and drive innovation by creating fully trans-inclusive cultures.Ā 


Gabrielle has been an out and active transwoman since 2010. In 2020, she published her memoir meets self-help book
Embrace Your Truth: A Journey of Authenticity. In 2019, the Atlanta business Chronicle acknowledged her as their Diversity & Inclusion ā€œOutstanding Voiceā€ Award recipient and she delivered a TEDx talk for Centennial Park Women TEDx, Building Your Courage Muscles.Ā 


From 2012-2015, Rev. Linda Herzer served a church with a large transgender population. This resulted in her learning much about gender diverse people, becoming an active ally, and authoring The Bible and the Transgender Experience: How Scripture Supports Gender Variance.

Linda has co-facilitated support groups for trans individuals and their loved ones, including the parents and spouses of trans children and adults. Ā She was honored to be made an honorary member of the Atlanta chapter of Tri-Ess, an international organization for cross-dressers, and to receive the Georgia Diversity Councilā€™s 2020 LGBTQ+ Ally Award.

This episode we discuss

šŸŒˆFinding the courage to live your truthĀ 

šŸŒˆThe costs and rewards of authenticityĀ 

šŸŒˆAffirming spaces for Trans Christians

šŸŒˆHow to be a better ally to trans folks

Resources

Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links


Connect with Gabrielle and Linda

Gabrielle's Book Embrace Your Truth: A Journey of Authenticity

Linda's Book The Bible and the Transgender Experience: How Scripture Supports Gender Variance.

Nov 19, 202001:25:42
Radical Belonging with Dr. Lindo Bacon

Radical Belonging with Dr. Lindo Bacon

Dr. Baconā€™s Mission

  • to promote social and economic justice and help generate a culture of belonging
  • to galvanize a body positivity movement that celebrates the influence of our multiple intersecting identities
  • to provide the critical thought, inspiring vision, and practical strategies you need to celebrate and care for your own body
  • to help you develop your skills to educate, motivate, and inspire others, and to nurture a culture of belonging

Clearly, Lindo's mission is a perfect fit for Body Liberation for All. Ā Radical Belonging: How to Survive and Thrive in an Unjust World (While Transforming It for the Better) is an incredible blend of personal storytelling and profound insights that address the role that system of oppression plays in damaging the health of marginalized folx. Ā 

I love that Lindo does more than simply illuminate the issues at hand. Ā They explain how we can thrive in the present tense while working toward meaningful change. Ā 

This episode we discuss:Ā 

šŸŒˆThe mythical norm

šŸŒˆThe impact marginalization has on physical and emotional healthĀ 

šŸŒˆHow to pursue safety, community, and a sense of belonging

šŸŒˆBuilding a self-compassion practiceĀ 

Resources

Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links


Connect with Lindo's work https://lindobacon.com/

Nov 16, 202048:39
The Come Up Take Over Part 2; Phases of Activism and Emotional Labor *Bonus Episode*

The Come Up Take Over Part 2; Phases of Activism and Emotional Labor *Bonus Episode*

This is part 2 of the Body Liberation for All takeover series I completed in partnership with Nik Whitcomb on "The Come Up"

Nik Whitcomb is a host, artist, content creator, and emerging thought leader born and raised in Omaha, NE. The bulk of Nik's work has been in the world of entertainment and he was recently named a "Theatre Worker You Should Know" by American Theatre Magazine.

Nik has had a successful career as an actor, director, educator, and administrator at a number of major theatrical institutions around the country and has been able to mix and mingle with the best and brightest. He now uses his natural gift of gab and philosophical worldview to engage in authentic conversations and investigate solutions to issues plaguing our society. Nik's natural charisma, honest approach, and willingness to ask tough questions with a smile has made him a leader and rising voice for positive change.

In this episode, we chat with local Atlanta artist and JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) master Ricardo Corporan.Ā 


This episode we discussĀ 

šŸŒˆPhases of activismĀ 

šŸŒˆSetting boundaries

šŸŒˆViolence of microaggressions

šŸŒˆChronic dismissal of voices of color

šŸŒˆPrioritizing joy for POC

Resources

Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links


Connect with Nik

http://www.thecomeupwithnikwhitcomb.com/

https://www.instagram.com/nikwizzle/

Connect with Ricardo

https://www.instagram.com/artbyricardocorporan/

Nov 09, 202001:06:54
How Being Yourself Can Change the World with Lindley Ashline
Nov 02, 202001:19:34
Creating Space for Black and Queer Folks : Special Collab Bonus with Nik Whitcomb of The Come Up

Creating Space for Black and Queer Folks : Special Collab Bonus with Nik Whitcomb of The Come Up

This is part 1 of a 2 part takeover Body Liberation for All completed in partnership with Nik Whitcomb on "The Come Up"

Nik Whitcomb is a host, artist, content creator, and emerging thought leader born and raised in Omaha, NE. The bulk of Nik's work has been in the world of entertainment and he was recently named a "Theatre Worker You Should Know" by American Theatre Magazine.

Nik has had a successful career as an actor, director, educator, and administrator at a number of major theatrical institutions around the country and has been able to mix and mingle with the best and brightest. He now uses his natural gift of gab and philosophical worldview to engage in authentic conversations and investigate solutions to issues plaguing our society. Nik's natural charisma, honest approach, and willingness to ask the tough questions with a smile has made him a leader and rising voice for positive change.

In this episode we chat with friend of "The Come Up" Jamillah Hinson aboutĀ 

šŸŒˆcreating successful space for black & queer bodies

šŸŒˆthe root of resistance to equity and inclusion

šŸŒˆusing your creative power to clear obstacles

šŸŒˆreturning to your true selfĀ 


Resources

Order your copy of ā Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ ā 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links

Connect with Nik

http://www.thecomeupwithnikwhitcomb.com/

https://www.instagram.com/nikwizzle/



Oct 26, 202048:01
Creating Sacred Space for Marginalized Communities with Steven Wakabayashi of Yellow Glitter
Oct 19, 202056:05
Oh Hey: Liberation Jubilation *Bonus Episode*
Oct 12, 202001:19:25
Loving and Living Media When it Doesn't Love You Back: Horror from a Queer Perspective
Oct 05, 202001:10:06
Become Your Own Best Lover : Diva Darling Gives us the Sex Talk
Sep 21, 202001:00:57
Pride Leadership with The Gay Leadership Dude Dr. Steve Yacovelli

Pride Leadership with The Gay Leadership Dude Dr. Steve Yacovelli

Dr. Steve Yacovelli Ā (ā€œThe Gay Leadership Dudeā€) is Owner & Principal of TopDog Learning Group, LLC, a learning and development, leadership, change management, and diversity and inclusion consulting firm based in Orlando, FL, USA, with affiliates across the globe.

Dr. Steve has worked with Fortune 500 greats like The Walt Disney Company and Bayer to amazing not-for-profits like The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and The American Library Association; large universities like The Ohio State University and The University of Central Florida, to small entrepreneurial rock stars like International Training & Development and GovMojo, Inc. , helping them grow, expand, and be successful with change management, diversity and inclusion, and leadership consulting.

With over twenty-five years of experience in leadership, strategy, organizational learning, and communication, Steve is a rare breed of professional that understands the power of using academic theory and applying it to the corporate setting to achieve business results.Ā 

This episode we discussĀ 

šŸŒˆThe secret to great leadership
šŸŒˆLGBTQ+ Leadership
šŸŒˆTrue Diversity and Inclusion
šŸŒˆQueer Leadership Superpowers and the premise of "Pride Leadership"


Resources

Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links

Get your free copy of Pride Leadership (just cover shipping; for US addresses only) http://topdog.click/freeship Ā 

Sep 07, 202040:01
Your Life is a Work of Art: Overcoming Internalized Shame

Your Life is a Work of Art: Overcoming Internalized Shame

David Mielke is a gay man born in Campbell River, BC, where an extraordinary teacher named Marie Rackham helped him turn his life around when he dropped back into high school after running away from home at the age of 15. He went on to work in Los Angeles as an actor and singer, appearing in television and theatre. When Marie was diagnosed with cancer, David returned to Canada to care for her, and together they created the award-winning Cozy Grammar series as a way for her to be, as she put it, ā€œwhere cancer isnā€™t.ā€ After her death, he worked in LGBTIQ social services before returning to acting and creating autobiographical stage shows. David lives in a yurt with his husband, Thomas Hitoshi Pruiksma, on Vashon Island, WA. Ā Their latest collaborations are The Driftwood Bridge - An Offering of Story and Song; and a series of videos called Broadway In The Yurt.

This episode we discuss

šŸŒˆOvercoming internalized shame

šŸŒˆTurning stumbling blocks into bridges to love

šŸŒˆComposting crappy experiences into fertilizer to help others grow

šŸŒˆSeeing your life itself as a work of art

šŸŒˆThe intersection of personal growth and creative expression


Resources

Order your copy of Decolonizing Wellness: A QTBIPOC Guide to Escape the Diet Trap, Health Your Self-Image, and Achieve Body LiberationĀ 

šŸ“§ Get your free copy of Beat the Binge: Decoding Your Hunger Ā https://www.daliakinsey.com/links


Connect with DavidĀ 

The Driftwood Bridge:
https://driftwoodbridge.com/
Cozy Grammar:
https://www.cozygrammar.com/
Broadway in the Yurt:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLl2ncwKAizN_hvr6GzTElOb5FHzAmszby
New York Times piece (Yes, we're still living in the yurt!)
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/12/style/modern-love-coronavirus-living-together.html

Aug 24, 202001:16:02
Processing Rejection from the Church and Finding Your Own Queer Spiritual Path with Reverend Catharine Clarenbach
Aug 03, 202001:04:31
Introducing Body Liberation For All
Jul 31, 202001:40