Erin Goldman, a yoga/ meditation teacher, and Tara Rybicki, a registered dietician nutritionist, return to the Michigan Runner Girl Show to talk about taking care of our heart, our mind, and our body. Erin and Tara are behind northern Michigan-based Love Body, a program that focuses on the practice of self-love. 

We all know the importance of treating ourselves well, but in reality, in our everyday lives — especially now, 8+ months into a global pandemic — what does self-love actually mean and look like?

Love Body Wisdom

Love Body works because we focus on your core desire.  This yields real transformation, real fulfillment and lasting change, rather than a temporary shift of the numbers on your scale.

We are fully committed to supporting you in living a joyful, soulful, meaningful life as your beautiful and wild self.

To listen to this episode, click on the player at the top of this post. Or, download the episode (and subscribe to the show!) using your favorite podcast app.

Tara and Erin were guests on the MRG podcast earlier this year — in late February,  literally a couple of weeks before COVID-19 turned everything upside down — and we talked about Love Body and their recent launch of this program and how they were connecting with women in particular. We talked a lot about mindfulness and this show ended up being a very popular one — and a timely one as life stress took on an entirely new meaning in the following weeks, for all of us. 

Erin and Tara working on the Love Body vision board

Love Body Today

I invited Tara and Erin back on the show, to see how they’ve been navigating these interesting times, what they’ve learned — and what we all can do to help ourselves as we move through the uncertainty. I also wanted to hear what the pandemic has meant for their business — and they share how this time has been a time of reflection and renewal. While their mission of practicing self-love hasn’t changed, they have, as a result of talking with other women, are re-focusing their business to be what they describe as a soul-centered weight loss program.

Talking with Tara and Erin, I found myself, just like last time we all spoke, feeling a bit calmer and more centered. They have that way about them.

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