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Feed Your Wild | Food for Your Ancient Body, Mind & Soul


Jun 17, 2019

In this episode, Venessa and Megan talk about this full moon in Sagittarius and the junk in our trunk, aka all that we carry in our hips! We’re covering root causes behind hip issues and sciatica, the link to humiliation and boundaries crossed by family, and ways we can begin to shake out those energies from our hips.

This full moon energy provides an excellent time to explore risks and make changes. What’s reached its full cycle in your life, related to the root and ready for some release? We get into practical ways to open up and let go, as well as ways to beat the heat and quelch that inflammation.

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