Episode 17. In this episode I’m chatting to the beautiful Emica of Loco Love Chocolate. She’s a naturopath, a herbalist, an eating psychology coach, a model, and as of 2013, a chocolatier.
We speak about her journey through dark periods of depression and disordered eating / body image, to really healing and moving beyond that into her life now, which is focused mainly on growing her incredible business Loco Love.
Loco Love is a raw, organic, sugar free, delicious collection of chocolates that are such a work of art. And her intention behind them is also just as beautiful; to help people remember to choose love, for themselves and others.
She shares tips on business, creativity and self love. And a lot more.
Episode 16. In this conversation I’m speaking with a woman who inspires me so much, Kaitlin Howitt. She’s a real master creatress. Right now she’s channeling this through 3 main projects, or entities as we refer to them.
The first is Living in Love, a project dedicated to igniting people’s passion for conscious relationships in the modern world, and guiding people through ways they can level up their partnerships. We speak about conscious relationships, monogamy and also Kaitlin shares her insight on polyamory or open relationships. So interesting.
We then speak about Bloom, her online program and community for young women that supports their rite of passage from girl to woman. Super amazing work that I fully resonate with. We also dive into her new program The Creatress, which was birthed from her inspiration to assist women in creating a life that is really prosperous, creative and free. And removing the struggle stories so we can really live that way.
Along with all this goodness, we chat about self sabotage and how it can show up to block us when our lives are expanding and thriving, and how to move through it, the power of social media, her daily rituals, the medicine of cacao and a lot more.
Episode 15. In this conversation I’m speaking to the radiant, earthy, beautiful woman that is Lucette Romy. She is a model, photographer and the creatress of a sustainable, ethically made clothing and lifestyle label and movement called The Wylde.
We dive into her whole ethos behind her brand, her creation process, the power of slow fashion and natural fabrics for our environmental footprint and our health.
We speak deeply on Lucette’s relationship with health, and her skin especially, and she shares vulnerably about her struggles with acne, and ways that she’s helped to heal the physical and emotional aspects of this along her journey.
A big part of our conversation also is about social media, and her journey with putting herself out there online, through the all-consuming, pressured unhealthy “influencer” and “model” image, to really dropping into sharing her most real, authentic essence and artistic expression.
Note: Meditation begins at 4:09.
This episode is a little different, as I'm sharing a short guided meditation with my sister Tamara.
It's all about setting positive affirmations, and clearing any stuck/negative energy in your life.
Perfect for your morning or evening time. To put you in a state of centeredness, balance and peace.
Connect to Tamara here:
Episode 13. In this episode I’m speaking with my incredible sister Sally Mustang.
She’s a world-travelling entrepreneur, a yoga teacher, a retreat host, and just overall a wild, beautiful artistic being who lives life so fully, purposefully and passionately.
We speak about her journey of oceanside living, gypsy van life travelling, finding harmony through yoga, her love of plants, the epic retreat experiences she’s creating, and about her deep love journey with her now fiancée Mitch Gobel.
We explore the magic and power of sex, sensuality and the liberation of taboo around that. We speak about how sexual energy is as natural as breathing, and our pleasure holds the key to manifesting a bountiful, connected life. And lots more...
Episode 12. In this session I share a beautiful conversation with Emily Doyle of Isle Rose. She is a herbalist and writer who holds gatherings, retreats and sessions to bring people into presence and reconnection with their whole selves. To me, she really seems to be a bridge to connect people to the majesty and messages coming from the Earth and specifically through plants.
In this conversation we explore her journey of evolution and the part that food, nourishment, travel, nature and ritual played in revealing her true self.
We dive into ways to cultivate a deeper relationship to plants, how to listen and receive guidance from them, and how to walk in the world with this knowing.
We speak about her business Isle Rose, how she navigates operating a heart-centred business, and tips for us to grow our own, or be more organised in the businesses we run.
We explore how crisis is a point of radial revolution and change, if you allow it to be, and how comparison is really just pure inspiration and an opportunity for our evolution.
Episode 11. In this episode I’m dropping in with Holly Takoda Rhodes of Catori Life Jewelry. Holly is a mother, a wife, a designer, an activist and deep honorer of life.
She dwells in the beautiful New Mexican mountains of Santa Fe with her husband and young son River, in a life filled with ritual and creativity.
We explore her story of finding her husband and becoming a mother early in her 20s, and how her need to be at home and present with her son drove her to create her now wildly successful jewellery brand. We go into the mission of Catori Life, it’s environmental activism impacts, and Holly’s creative process.
She speaks about her consistent practices, rituals and plant allies that keep her feeling inspired and balanced through her day. We dive deep into plant teachings and how the integration process really is the most important part, and speak in length about duality and how it serves our evolution.
We also chat about social media presence and brand marketing, and she shares an epic practice of how to really attract more sales.
Episode 10. Alright, so in this very potent conversation I’m speaking to one of my closest sisters and allies, Ella Noah Bancroft.
She’s an epic human full stop, but she’s also creating some very epic things and spreading some very important messages in the world.
Her business Yhi Creations encompasses upcycled jackets with her indigenous artworks painted on them, and vintage tees featuring the bold statement “Decolonise to Survive”. Naturally we dive into what decolonisation and re-wilding is, and how we can actively practice them in our lives, indigenous or not.
Ella is a student of native plant permaculture, or “Bush Tukka” as its known here. She holds workshops around how we can connect more with local plants and infuse them into our diets. She is also a student of tantra and sexology, and is very much an advocate of women’s liberation through their bodies, their blood and their sexuality.
Episode 9. In this conversation I’m speaking with Adrienne of Meraki Nomad. Meraki Nomad is a collection of intricately chosen and woven handmade goods, and beautiful, sustainable creations from artisans she comes across in her travels.
She recently completed a year long course in plant spirit medicine and herbalism, so we dive into the power, beauty and healing of the plant world. We speak about many different plants, so if you’re looking to deepen your knowledge of healing herbs, roots, and mushrooms, and how to work with them in the best way, then this episode will definitely serve you.
We also speak about Adrienne’s rituals that kept her sane in New York City, and her transition from there to nomadic van life with her partner.
She is an incredible, gentle, wise plant woman, so I invite you to sit back with a herbal infusion and dive in...
Episode 8. I’m so happy and excited to share this conversation with you, where I chatted to some of the most beautiful people I know, Romany & Eduardo.
They’re a married couple living in Brooklyn, New York with a shared passion for meditation, ritual and cultivating a purposeful life. Their relationship inspires me so much.
We chat about their daily practice of sitting with Cacao and how that has shaped the way they interact in relationship with each other and to all things, and how they’re taking this passion further outward with their new project Couples Cacao, encompassing workshops and sessions for couples wanting to deepen their connection.
They each have such a profound, reverent, inspiring connection to life. And so much relationship gold to share! So perhaps make a cup of Cacao, sit back, and enjoy the conversation...
Episode 7. In this episode I’m speaking to a beautiful sister Rocío Graves. She is a photographer from the island of Mallorca with a passion for food as medicine, permaculture, gatherings and self-care rituals.
Through this conversation we dive into these things, and also explore a deeper journey of self understanding, in all its highs and lows. We speak also about Rocio’s experience of divorce, and all of the evolution that came from that....
Episode 6. In this conversation I’m speaking to Jaclyn Hodes, founder and designer of the fashion label AwaveAwake.
Awaveawake is a creation of beautifully ethereal and feminine plant-dyed, sustainably made pieces. As a healer, artist and activist herself, Jaclyn hopes to share a message of environmental sustainability, conscious consumption and adornment that truly reflects a sense of self-love.
We speak about her journey coming from more of the mainstream fashion world into recognising her passion for a newer, more sustainable way of creating a label, her new phase now of exploring color therapy through her garments, and also her daily health, beauty and nature rituals that keep her feeling connected.
Episode 5. In this conversation I’m speaking to one of my closest friends Erick Joseph, the founder and director of an incredible lifestyle platform called SeeBeNow.
SeeBeNow is an app featuring hundreds of beautiful classes encompassing the practices of yoga, meditation, food, ritual, tantra and so much more, that you can stream from wherever you are!
We explore Erick's dedication to his daily practice, and how that has served him for years, and supported his transition from the jungles of Bali to the concrete jungle that is NYC. We speak about the bridge between spiritual communities and the “real world”, and how it’s all one and the same really.
We dive into the impact ones daily practice and rituals can have on the way they interact with people and develop relationships, and how we ought to stop thinking we can save the world, and really start saving ourselves every day.
You can connect to SeeBeNow here (& use the code CHLOE in all capitals to receive 33% off your membership!):
Episode 4. In this conversation I’m diving into the world of my beautiful sister Sigrid Tasies.
She is a Self-Empowerment Coach, a Yoga & Meditation Teacher, and an incredible writer. She’s just actually released a super special collection of her poetry in the form of a book called Intimacy Within, so we chat about that creative process and how it all came together.
Sigrid for me, as I mention through the podcast, is an incredible example of the power of surrender, reverence and unconditional love.
We speak about this and how she practices these powers in her daily life, and what tools she draws on to help her thrive best.
She truly is a woman in service to the Earth and I love her for this.
Collect her book here:
Episode 3. In this episode I'm speaking to the gorgeous Amelia Zadro. She's been travelling the world living and working as a model for many years, so we dive deep into her journey with body image, orthorexia, and the pressure that comes from the modelling industry.
We then explore her deepening journey of embodiment and self-love, particularly through dancing and expressing the 5 main feminine archetypes; The Erotic Mother, The Priestess, The Maiden, The Slut, and The Wild Woman. These are the archetypes which Dancing Eros (a conscious dance course)explores, so we speak about Amelia's experience with that.
She also speaks about the power of accepting, holding and loving ALL aspects of ourselves, not just the loveable ones. And more...
Episode 2. In this episode, I’m chatting to the gorgeous Meagan Rock, or as you know her online, Meagan Moon. Meagan Moon encompasses a high quality, very intentionally designed jewellery label, where each piece of adornment carries its own symbolism, story and vibration.
Through this entity, Meagan also shares beautiful YouTube videos, that take you on a journey into her inner and outer worlds... through the lush, Hawaiian jungle that she and her husband Evan dwell on, and deep into the inner musings of her consciousness and her intuitive, alchemical ways of seeing life. And she’s a total plant lover too!
In this episode we dive into the power of surrendering our labels, the creation of business and abundance in a way that comes from authenticity, listening and self worth, her Celtic roots, her love-filled poetry, and a whole lot more...
Episode 1. Diving into a beautiful conversation with Jessika Le Corre for our maiden voyage of this podcast.
She is the founder of an all-natural, organic beauty brand named Feather Eagle Sky, which is full of medicinal concoctions of plants, clays, salts, oils, herbs and spices. Feather, Eagle and Sky are also the names of her 3 gorgeous, wild children.
Jessika is an incredible writer, and is just about to release a book entitled Moonbow, containing her rich, visceral poetic pieces. She lives a life full to the brim with ritual, and in deep communion with the natural environment.