The Ellie Drake Show Podcast
Though we talk about wanting to “age gracefully,” the truth is that when it comes to getting older, we’re programmed to dread an inevitable decline in the way we live life. Christiane Northrup, M.D., shows us in this profoundly empowering interview, we have it in us to make growing older an entirely different experience, for both our bodies and our souls.
Listen as Ellie interviews Arthur Samuel Joseph, the founder and chairman of the Vocal Awareness Institute. As one of the world’s foremost authorities on the human voice, Arthur discusses words such as audacity, obstreperous, adamant, excellence and visceral language. Learn how words and how you say them can influence all aspects of your life.
Jennifer McLean, spiritual catalyst and healing facilitator, discusses trauma and emotional glitches. Learn how to release the negative energy surrounding trauma and hurt in a way that honors your body. Discover life-transforming concepts on compassion and healing, as Jennifer describes her own past issues as well as her present journey with frustration.
REAL with Ellie Blog
We’ve all heard the phrase “ignorance is bliss”. In this video, Ellie challenges this old cliche and describes that even though in rare cases “not knowing may help us survive a painful situation”. When it comes to lowering toxicity, what we don’t know can and will hurt us. She’ll also take you into her kitchen to highlight an example of how she embraces health.
After interviewing Dr. Maya and while still sitting in her living room, Ellie received a very potent piece of timeless advice. In this video, she’ll explain why those words have become significant in her personal and professional path. If you’re ready to ‘sit up straight’ and take responsibility for your life, relationships, and business, this video will inspire you!
Watch Ellie express her definition of ‘REAL’. Each letter of the word represents something she is committing to when it comes to the context of her new video blog series. This video will keep you on the edge of your seat as you anticipate the next thing she may say. It may free you to be you, or highlight an area of resistance that you’ll decide to release.