Introducting The Bodyful Black Girl Podcast
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What if you could take off your Superwoman cape and rest?

What if you could make time to laugh, move your body, and nourish yourself instead of constantly breaking your back for other people?

What if you could lay down the burden of being a Strong Black Woman and be seen, held, and heard?

You’d probably be less depressed. You might even feel more vital and, well, more human.

I’m Jennifer Sterling, registered dance/movement psychotherapist, holistic nutritionist, and self-proclaimed Strong Black Woman.

I created The Bodyful Black Girl podcast to give you and me space and a little encouragement to tend to your body, as well as your emotions.

This isn’t something we do often as Black women because we’ve been conditioned to put our bodies on the back burner and put everyone and everything ahead of ourselves while we stuffed down our emotions and worked twice as hard to get hold as far.

But together, you, me, and an occasional special guest will lay down our capes for a little while every other week:

  * to learn about this container we call a body
  * explore what it’s like to have feelings and emotions in our bodies and actually feel them
  * and slowly but surely, move our bodies towards healing.

Learn more about Jennifer Sterling:

  * thebodyfulhealingproject.com
  * Instagram: @bodyfulhealing  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bodyful-black-girl/message
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