Intuition, balance, & feminine energy: Preventing burnout & beyond
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In this episode, I speak with Isabelle Havers, an intuition coach who helps women make themselves their own priority by learning how to cultivate more joy & ease in their lives.  We talk about the pressures many of us face in workplace settings to overwork and over-perform in ways that lead to burnout and a disconnection from what we truly want and need emotionally, physically & spiritually. We talk about the principles of masculine and feminine energy that exist in many different wisdom traditions and highlight the unique qualities and importance of each. We emphasize that while both types of energy are essential not only for humans to thrive but also for the universe to function, feminine energy has historically been suppressed and invalidated, leading many of us to face profound imbalances in these energies as well as difficulties in accessing joy, intuitive wisdom & emotional intelligence. We discuss small, accessible, concrete practices you can implement in your own life to cultivate balance, monitor burnout, relearn how to tune into your innermost needs & desires, and reconnect with your innate intuitive capacities.

To learn more about or connect with Isabelle, follow her on instagram @isabellehavers (, or check out her website ( and free resource (

Additional Resources

  1. For more tips on connecting to intuition and managing burnout, check out my free 4-part video series on building resilience:

  2. If you're interested in personalized support focused on enhancing intuition, cultivating work-life balance, or other important lifestyle shifts, check out my 1:1 Coaching Program:

  3. Follow @drfoynes on Instagram.

Please note that the information provided in this episode does not constitute professional advice or therapy, mental health services, or health care services, and is not intended to serve as a substitute for professional advice or services. If you are struggling with a mental health crisis or need immediate assistance, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.

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