Tens of thousands of people in the Chicagoland area are victims of sex and labor trafficking each year. Even here in the Fox Valley. We talk with three advocates to learn about the resources available to these survivors and what we can do to help.
In this episode we head to The Salt Escape in Batavia to talk with owner Tim Bradley. Tim is a retired firefighter and expert on all things salt. We talk about his personal story, the history of salt caves dating back to the era of Cleopatra, and how this simple mineral has incredible transformational properties both physically and spiritually. It’s food AND medicine.
Tyler (@barberbeardsmith) talks with David Hernandez about growing up, nicknames, and their mutual love for sandwiches.
Tyler (@barberbeardsmith) and Joey (@instakram_) talk about the grosser parts of love, work, and making mistakes.
Tyler (@barberbeardsmith) and Dutch (@barberdutch) sample some homebrewed mead and try to stay on topic.
Episode Two of Siren Sound Cafe is a discussion on the immense benefits of Sound Healing with renowned yoga practitioner Jenny Jagatjeet Bergold. Jenny’s twenty-plus years of experience brings deep knowledge and insight into how sound has the ability to soothe the brain and the body.
On the first episode of Siren Sound Cafe we welcome Stephanie Krantz, the perinatal education coordinator at Delnor and Central Dupage Hospitals. Stephanie and I chat about Motherhood, trauma, and the postpartum support groups she facilitates. We discuss the stigma there is on new motherhood, and the difficulties associated, yet often suppressed. Stephanie educates us on her own personal experience and how to navigate through motherhood, postpartum depression, and how to find support as a new mom.