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55: Tips for Slowing Down, Trusting Your Body, and Prioritizing Self-Care with Alysia Pope
Erin Kinney, naturopathic doctor, naturopathy, functional medicine, food allergies, adrenal stress, genetic testing, hormone testing, nutritional counseling
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55: Tips for Slowing Down, Trusting Your Body, and Prioritizing Self-Care with Alysia Pope

Do you trust your body? Do you listen to your intuition? I hope so!


If not, my guest,  Alysia Pope, and I are having a chat about how to get in touch with your intuition so you can understand what the right move is for your health and your well-being.


Alysia Pope is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Host of The Purely Podcast, and Founder of PurelyPope, living in Los Angeles, CA. Alysia doesn’t believe in resolutions or quick fixes, but rather that we should love ourselves and make ourselves our #1 priority year-round. 


Her wellness philosophy all roots back to self-love. Part of that is the belief that we can both love ourselves and want to better ourselves at the same time. In fact, constantly wanting to be your best self is the ultimate form of self-love! Alysia believes in wellness that empowers you and lifts you up. You eat well to feel well and you feel well to live well. Life is about living & enjoying – so finding balance is key!


In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 


  • Alysia’s journey into the health & wellness space
  • Why there is no one-size-fits-all diet or plan
  • How to ignore external rules and listen to your body
  • What it actually means to be intuitive
  • Why you shouldn’t say “yes” when you want to say “no”
  • How to make sure you’re checking in with yourself
  • How to avoid overcomplicating your approach to wellness


The best thing that you can do for your body is listen to your body. Alysia gave some really great tips and advice from her own experience in this episode on how to do this, so I hope that helps you in your journey.


If you want to hear more from Alysia or schedule a free consultation with her, check out her website and follow along with her on Instagram. I was also on Alysia’s podcast, The Purely Podcast, so make sure you go check out that episode! You can find her resources linked below!


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