Balanced Black Girl

Balanced Black Girl is a podcast dedicated to helping you feel your best. Tune in for approachable health, self-care, personal development, and well-being advice from Black women wellness experts.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 48m. Bisher sind 187 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 5 days 23 hours 17 minutes


episode 149: REWIND: Reframing the Reset: Redefining Productivity and Creating Systems of Self-Care

Instead of overloading ourselves with endless goals, to-do lists, and self-help, let’s look at what it really takes to use our time wisely and live as our most authentic selves. In this rewind episode we’ll be reflecting on what our soul actually yearns for and how to make space to simply *be.* Get ready for lots of reframes, pivots, and thoughtful invitations on becoming who we are becoming. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle...



episode 148: REWIND: Small Daily Wellness Habits That Make a Big Difference

In today’s episode, I’m talking about habits related to your well-being. I've really been reflecting on some of the habits that have kept me going and also things that I think promote longevity for all of us. The ways that we can continue to pour in and take care as we continue to navigate these challenging situations that we're all facing. Support this podcast at — Privacy & Opt-Out:



episode 147: REWIND: How to Improve Self- Discipline

Today’s rewind episode is all about approaching discipline in a new way. Tune in to hear why discipline is about reframing your mindset and being intentional about your daily habits. Support this podcast at — Privacy & Opt-Out:



episode 146: REWIND: How to Begin Your Healing Journey with Yasmine Cheyenne

In today's rewind episode, we're really going to talk about the necessary tools needed to truly heal ourselves and healing in a very practical sense. Yasmine discusses how we can break the cycle of negative self-talk and empower ourselves. And we also dive into discernment, boundaries, looking after ourselves. Support this podcast at — Privacy & Opt-Out:



episode 144: REWIND: Sexual and Reproductive Health with Dr. Sara Flowers

This rewind episode features an important conversation about sexual and reproductive health with Dr. Sara Flowers, Vice President of Education of PPFA. An advocate for evidence-informed practice and emotional intelligence in sex education, Sara’s research focuses on fidelity and adaptation of sex education curricula, dismantling sexual and reproductive health disparities, serving youth of color, and strengthening reproductive health access. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle...


 2022-07-05  54m

episode 145: REWIND: Benefits of Journaling: How to Establish a Journaling Practice

What if I told you there was a tool that can help boost your sense of overall well-being, improve your mood, improve your memory, heighten creativity and help you manage stress? In this rewind episode, I'm talking about journaling. Journaling is important because it helps you capture a moment in time, and gives you the opportunity to reflect on what’s happening in your life in real-time as well as reflect on the past...


 2022-07-05  25m

episode 143: Healing Through Rest: Creating Balance for Your Nervous System [Solo Episode]

Have you ever struggled to truly feel rested no matter how much sleep or downtime you get? If so, this episode is for you. With so much happening in the world, it can be natural to have a “tired but wired” feeling when we’re constantly on alert. This episode explores what rest is on a physiological level, and shares techniques we can use to start feeling more rested to support our healing. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle...


 2022-06-28  32m

episode 142: Healing Through Nature with Toyin Ajayi of Outdoorsy Black Women

Nature is not a nice to have, it really is a must-have for physical health and longevity. Studies show that being in nature reduces feelings of isolation and promotes calm. For this episode, we are joined by Toyin Ajayi, the founder of Outdoorsy Black Women, which is a community for Black women to connect, celebrate, and open our minds to an outdoorsy lifestyle. Support this podcast at — Privacy & Opt-Out:


 2022-06-21  1h3m

Healing Through Community: Why You Don’t Need to Be Fully Healed to Be Loved [Solo Episode]

For many of us, hurt oftentimes happens in relationship to other people. Therefore, healing needs to happen in community as well. In this solo episode, I’m examining why being in community is such a significant, effective healing modality, why we don’t need to be perfectly healed to be loved, and ways we can cultivate healing in our immediate and broader communities. Support this podcast at — Privacy & Opt-Out:


 2022-06-14  32m

episode 140: Healing Your Inner Child + Finding Joy in Your Healing Journey with Dr. Peace Amadi

Emotional healing is probably one of the most challenging forms of healing. In order to attend to who we are as fully formed adults, it is imperative that we understand our inner child to aid in our healing journey. Our guest Dr. Peace Amadi explains neuroplasticity and what affects our ability to change, what it means to heal, and how we can incorporate joy into our healing process. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle...


 2022-06-07  54m