You don’t have to be a slave to your genes! Enter the amazing study of epigenetics. Join me in welcoming Yanik Shea to the show and take a journey with us down the epigenetics rabbit hole! We dive into thoughts, emotions, family, nutrition, movement, DNA testing, eye analysis and so much more. I guarantee you will walk away with a whole new appreciation of your genes and your ability to affect your health and healing.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:00:05]:
Welcome everybody, to the Quantum Energy and Healing Through the Lens podcast. I am so excited for our talk today. I have the pleasure of having Yanique Shea with me and she is expert on many, many, many things. So let me briefly introduce you to her and then we are going to dive into do a fun, fun conversation. So unique is a wife stay at home momopreneur to two beautiful littles an endometriosis and crohn’s warrior fitness and bikini competitor mindset coach, epigenetics counselor, and the creator of the Holistic Goddess Academy. She has 20 years experience in nutrition and exercise, ten years in detoxification and epigenetics, and a lifetime in mindset and personal development. After overcoming her own struggles with autoimmune, hormone imbalance and infertility through DNA testing, she saw a huge advantage to using epigenetic science in women’s health and created the Holistic Goddess Academy, a safe place where women from all stages of their healing journey come to learn how to reverse autoimmune and hormone imbalance through healthy and sustainable lifestyle choices. And when she’s not creating a new healthier whole food recipe I love that, by the way, or chasing her kids around, you can find her teaching women in her academy.
Yanik Shea [00:01:21]:
Welcome. Hello. I love that you love that because I’m actually creating whole food cookbook. Are you really? Yes. I am in the process of writing out all my recipes and figuring out templates because it’s like the biggest hurdle I have with my clientele is they don’t even know where to start when it comes to whole food.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:01:48]:
And you know what whole food is this like it’s this term that it’s such a simple meaning, but it’s this scary thing of like, oh, I don’t like. But it doesn’t have to be scary. And I think a lot of it comes from just kind of how we grew up in terms of what’s available at the store when we walk into the store, like, all these things that are a bit far from what we would consider food. And so kind of going back to old school, a little bit of what Grandma ate in terms of did it grow from the ground? Is it something that you had to process? I am so happy to hear that you’re doing that, and I would love to hear more progress on it as you go. And I’ll make sure to send it out to people.
Yanik Shea [00:02:28]:
I’ll need some beta testers, so maybe I’ll get you to beta test it for me.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:02:33]:
I would love to beta test. All right. So today we are talking about epigenetics, and the really cool thing about this is both of us come with this from a little bit of a different background. But what we can illustrate is that there’s so many places we can go with this in terms of our own health and our journey through life and what it means and what it doesn’t mean, because I think there’s this whole runs in the family thing. Like I hear that all the time, oh, this runs in my family, or that runs in my family. And that’s something that I personally work to get rid of in people’s vocabulary. So if you don’t mind, I’m going to pass it over to you and if you could just kind of get us started on what is epigenetics and why should we even care?
Yanik Shea [00:03:23]:
Yeah, sure. That’s actually a great place to start too, right. Before we do, is it recording properly video wise? Okay, perfect. On the screen, it’s flipping all around. So as it runs in my family, this is my favorite and least favorite thing ever when it comes to epigenetics because it is the biggest misinformation term I’ll call it, because we are not predisposed to disease because our parents were. We are predisposed to disease because of the lifestyle habits we learned through our parents. So just because we have the genetic mutations that leave us susceptible to a certain disease does not necessarily mean that is the outcome. Causation does not cause result. Right. So for example, in my family, on my father’s side, there is a history of cancer, there’s a history of hormone imbalance, there’s a history of gut issues and all this stuff. And throughout my own journey and when I had my DNA profile done, this is where I was like, oh, well, make no wonder all this is happening, right? Yeah, it does happen in my family 100%. Yes, it was happening to me 100%. But it’s not because I genetically carry the genes. It’s because I exemplified the lifestyle habits that my parents instilled in me. Right. So one of the biggest thing is recently I came across is proper food combination. And you’re not supposed to eat meat and starch together because they counteract each other in your digestive tract and end up rotting causing inflammation and gut issues and all that. Well, growing up, every single meal I had is a meat and potatoes meal. That’s how we grew up was on meat and potatoes.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:05:16]:
Yanik Shea [00:05:18]:
When you look back and you look at people’s dietary habits and their lifestyle habits and all these different aspects of self and how they were raised, well, it’s unless they’re conscious of it and make a conscious effort to change the subconscious patterns of how we live, likely they would end up with the same genetic disease. Only because of the lifestyle expressed.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:05:46]:
Where you and I differ just slightly is I do believe that there is a genetic component that comes into play that we do carry in terms of our actual genetics. But having said that, that’s a small piece of it. It’s a small piece of it because the rest of it is okay, well, perhaps there is a susceptibility here but that doesn’t need to be realized. Having said that, we know what we know based on how we grew up, right?
Yanik Shea [00:06:17]:
That’s right. Yeah.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:06:18]:
We don’t know any different and we don’t know how we grew up and how we grow up eating and how we grow up thinking because there’s a thought and motion behind every single disease and illness and behind everything. We don’t know any different.
Yanik Shea [00:06:31]:
I was just about to say that. So in alignment. Yeah, actually last year I think it was, I did some gene coding where you go through your emotional genetic patterns that are passed down through generations. So it’s like this hypnotic state kind of where you travel within your linear timeline visually in your mind and you go and repair the relationships in your ancestral past to heal the emotional wounds that you’re born with. Hard to explain because it’s still new to me, but there’s so many aspects of self that I believe are genetic. We’re emotionally genetic, we’re physically genetic, we just have genes in different areas. And if we don’t address all the areas of genetics, we’re left with whatever our parents had because we’re not aware enough to change the pattern.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:07:30]:
Right? So first and foremost, let’s back up and let’s explain epigenetics. At the most fundamental level is the fact that we aren’t destined for life of X, Y and Z because our parents had it right.
Yanik Shea [00:07:48]:
Epigenetics, epigenetics, I’m going to back up with you. So epigenetics when we explain epigenetics epigenetics is the science of altering the environment to change gene expression because we can turn genes on or off, right?
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:08:06]:
And I think that’s important for people to kind of understand is that while we might carry a gene, that gene expression is under our control through our environment and that’s the key. And that’s why we’re talking about things like what we eat, how we think, and even with things like when we think about, okay, I quote, get this from my dad or whatever, we generally only think about the physical things. We think about this cancer or that cancer, or diabetes or whatever. We don’t think about the thought patterns and we don’t think about the and this can be everything from.
Yanik Shea [00:08:45]:
The emotional response that creates the physical ailment.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:08:49]:
Yeah, and it can be the victim mentality, it could be the I’m the victor. It’s not just the things where we are a little bit weaker in and don’t take that word the wrong way anyone, but it’s both strengths and weaknesses. So it’s not just like, oh, we get these challenges from our ancestors or whatever, it’s all the things. Right, but we ignore the things that are emotional and just like the physical things, like the emotional things, I mean, that gets encoded in our DNA and that’s its cellular memory. Like all the different things, we go down all those rabbit holes. But it is, in my opinion, the most important even before nutrition, is the thought and the emotional patterns.
Yanik Shea [00:09:37]:
Big time. Big time. Actually, Dr. Joe Dispenza is one of my favorite talkers. Like I could listen to him all day I’ve listened to multiple of his series. My favorite one is Rewired on Gaia. I learned a lot of that one. But the intent and emotion behind the action drives the outcome of that action. So, for example, let’s just take exercise, for example, because everybody exercises. If you go to the gym because you hate your body and you want to lose weight and you’re just blah, well, your workout is just going to be blah. Right. The result that comes from a blah workout is blah result. Right. But if you get excited and you’re like, okay, mind muscle, what am I wanting to change? What is the intent of going to workout? Are you trying to fix your posture? Are you trying to increase your cardiovascular? Because there has to be something more than just like, oh, I want to lose weight. Right? There’s got to be some more intent. And I find the more people I meet who have intentional motion where they connect their mind body right, and they have an intent, whole workout have better results. So, like, if you’re looking to build a booty and you make that mind muscle connection where you’re contracting that muscle with everything you’ve got, with the ideology that I want to build my booty, you’ll build your booty. Whereas it’s like, oh, I just want to lose weight and I’m going to go run on the treadmill. Like, what kind of energy you’re putting behind that? Right. You’re likely not excited, so your heart rate is probably not going to be as high. And then the chemicals that run through your body in a state of blah versus a state of excitement are very different. So the physical outcome of those chemicals running through the body is very different.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:11:29]:
Right. And the way that I like to describe this little cycle that you pretty much touched on, most of the areas of it is it’s a circular thing that has five components. Number one is our belief systems and our perspective.
Yanik Shea [00:11:43]:
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:11:44]:
Which then drives how we feel about things, which then drives how we think about things, which then drives the action that we decide to take based on our thoughts and our feelings, which then drives our life experience, which then further promotes our belief systems.
Yanik Shea [00:12:01]:
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:12:01]:
And so it’s this like cycle, and it’s hard to jump in at the life experience level or the belief system level in order to change it. So the best place to jump in is generally the thoughts and the emotions. So that’s where we can start to affect change. That’s going to filter down that chain. It’s like this reinforcement loop.
Yanik Shea [00:12:21]:
Yeah. And the funny saying is, I’ll believe it when I see it. It’s like, no, you have to believe it to see it. So you got to flip that backwards right. Believe it to be possible to actually manifest the possibility of it.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:12:37]:
Yeah. Let’s talk about how is this even relevant for people? So I’m sure people that are new to Epigenetics will think like, okay, that’s cool and all, but what does that mean for me in terms of what I’m doing for my own health? And so how you can explain how you work with people or just let’s go into how it’s relevant for people.
Yanik Shea [00:13:00]:
I think one of the biggest things for me personally, I grew up with my mom’s, a holistic practitioner. She’s been studying holistic health for years, and she’s always been like, well, you’re doing it wrong, you’re doing it wrong, you’re doing it wrong. What do you know? You know what I mean? I’m learning from people who’ve have education, and this this is my goal. So this makes sense for me to follow this teaching, I guess, or this program or whatever it is, because I’ve been in bikini and bodybuilding for years, right? So she’d see me on high protein diets where I’m eating, like, meat six times a day and not going to the bathroom and having all kinds of inflammation, and she’s like, you’re doing it wrong. That’s not healthy. And I’m like, what do you know with your tinctures and toastings? You’re always taking stuff. So when I was diagnosed in 2013 and told I’d likely never have kids and have to have a hysterectomy or hormone therapy, I was like, whoa, back up a minute. Because I don’t believe in removing organs. First of all, I don’t care what the problem is. I don’t believe in removing organs. I do believe that in the proper environment, the body can heal itself. And then in 2016, I had a reoccurrence where I had to go have another surgery, and that’s when I got my DNA done. That’s when I met DNA diva carmen Tashniak She’s an IFV pro. She’s fantastic. And when I got my DNA so why I think it’s important to have something like this is because before that, it’s all guesswork, right? It is all guesswork. I’m following this coach and that coach and this guy and that guy and all these people who they have these certifications, but certifications in what? Right? So all these different types of way of manipulating nutrition and exercise and all these different things. But when I got my DNA back, it told me exactly how I need to eat, how I need to move my body, that I absolutely need to regulate my stress levels, that I absolutely have to continuously detox myself, that I’ve got hindrances in my ability to detoxify environmental toxins, oxidative, stress things that are just not addressed in any other real aspect. Like, you won’t have a personal trainer being like, yeah, so you’re not detoxifying. We should probably put you on a detoxification diet and do a niacin flush and manipulate your exercise so that when you’re taking your niacin, it’s actually detoxifying you. And let’s throw you on some activated charcoal to pull the toxins. Nobody does that.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:15:32]:
Make sure you’re meditating while you’re doing all that, by the way.
Yanik Shea [00:15:34]:
Yeah. So when I get a DNA profile and when I work with people’s epigenetics and it’s cool because I’ve got the mindset too, right? Like, I’ve got the mindset coaching where I’ve done a lot of personal development. So a lot of it is breaking people out of their limiting self belief to teach them how their body works, for them to be able to adapt to the habits and strategies they need to optimize their health.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:16:07]:
Yeah. And the cool thing about that is, because I work in a very similar fashion and how I look at it is I am teaching someone. But that teaching results in a remembrance. It results in a remembrance on their part, on my clients, part of remembering how to be in tune with their body. Because this knowledge we all have, but it is not something that we have that’s been fostered. Right, and it’s just like the sense of smell for humans, we used to be able to actually use our sense of smell for something purposeful other than, oh, what do I smell that’s cooking in the kitchen, right? But we don’t need it anymore. So we’ve lost the ability to actually smell something that’s miles away, right, because it’s not fostered anymore. And I truly believe that our sense of self in terms of our physical body or emotional body or mental body and our spiritual body, we don’t foster that innate knowing. And so the teaching is just fosters that remembrance of kind of going back within and realizing we already know what it feels like and what it means, right?
Yanik Shea [00:17:13]:
Yeah. With the DNA profile too, one thing I’m able to do, it’s tricky because when I work with my clients, I don’t want to be like, well, your parents sabotaged you because they didn’t know either. I get to teach people what they don’t know on how to benefit themselves and tap into all of these knowings, like, return to self and get in tuned with self where it’s like, okay, well, I’m reacting to this food, and then go to the DNA profile and be like, well, why are you reacting to this food? And being able to explain to people the biology of how their digestive system and antiinflammatory and detoxification systems function so that when they do something or consume something or go through a high stress period, I can be like, well, this is why you had an autoimmune reaction. Or this is why you’re having infertility or this is why you’re having crohn’s manifest itself. Because we can actually see the breakdown throughout the DNA profile on how all this stuff manifests. And then with that, I’m able to be like, okay, well, so what’s going through your mind as you’re doing these things? Because a lot of people will be like, well, they’ll show me their diet and they eat just to eat. Like they don’t even enjoy their food. They don’t enjoy cooking, there’s no enjoyment behind any of it. And that too, also has energetic input too, right? If you don’t love to cook and you don’t love what you’re eating, it’s not going to be as nutritious and as good for you as if you were to grow with or cook with whole food ingredients and love what you’re making and just embody the flavor. When I cook, I cook and I love what I cook, and it doesn’t last because the flavor and the nutrition is just you got to just love it, all right? And when you cook with love, you feed your body love. And that’s where it comes to the energetics I was trying to talk about earlier. When exercising, if you don’t love exercising, you’re not loving on your body. So if you look at a vibrational chart, the different frequencies and like the cone of frequency, look at where you got fear at the bottom and love at top. If you always aim to come from a place of love, to love yourself, love your body, love cooking, love feeding yourself, love taking care of yourself, you’ll bring yourself up into that higher frequency and it just pulls all that ailment out of you. Because physical ailment is trapped energy, right? There’s another documentary on Gaia I love called Emotion, and they explain how energy trapped in the body causes physical ailment. And to remove physical ailment, you must move that energy. So be it a traumatic event or generational patterns that come up or even just having a vehicle accident and not dealing with the trauma and the stress that comes from that, it’ll trap in the body, right? And people end up with all these issues from that.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:20:47]:
I love that you brought that up because one of the things that we’re faced with right now is this like motivation. Motivational issue, right? There’s this intrinsic motivation coming from within and then the extrinsic coming from without outside of yourself. And there’s this, like I don’t feel motivated or looking for that motivation to exercise or to eat well and how I love to if someone’s talking to me, saying like, well, I don’t like how that tastes, or I don’t want to exercise for X, Y or and Z and I need to have that, like, this thing that’s going to motivate me. How I like to shift that a little bit is when you truly find that self love for yourself, first and foremost, that’s when that starts to shift. So that’s when you start looking at food as I am eating this to nourish my body. And then you start to love how it tastes as well, right? And then, as you said, you start to put more love into the preparation, but it’s less of this, oh, this tastes so good. And it’s more of this is what my body needs and is going to flourish with. And then the love, it’s like this upward spiral and it’s the same thing with working out or moving your body. Sometimes when we’ve been still for a long time, getting back into that movement routine is a little bit clunky, but when we start to shift our mindset into this is what my body needs and this is what my body loves, then you start to look at it different, and you develop a different relationship.
Yanik Shea [00:22:30]:
You start to feel it different, right. When you start to feed your body what it needs, and your hormones start to balance and your guts start to work, and you’re pooping two, three times a day, because I talk about poop all day, every day. If we’re not pooping in this house, we got a problem, right? Yeah. So, yeah, when you’re feeling good because you’re well, nourished, you take care of yourself. You manage your stress well. You take time for you, it’s so easy to show up at your optimal in all of these other areas with vibrant energy and just feeling great. And just like this, you almost have this glow that just glows on everybody. Feel good, right?
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:23:16]:
Let’s wrap this all up in a pretty bow for people in terms of taking those steps. And so you and I both come at this from different angles. I really do want to try the DNA testing, by the way.
Yanik Shea [00:23:30]:
So afterwards, I would love to do that, figure something out.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:23:34]:
Yeah, you work with the DNA testing, and then I work with the Iridology, which is looking at the iris and being able to see all of the different predispositions, for lack of a better word. And that’s emotional, too. It’s not just physical. When we have a challenge, let’s say in our colon or a challenge here or a challenge there, to kind of bring this all together, that’s the point at which we start looking at, okay, what’s the emotion behind it? What kind of herb is going to help support that? There’s all these different modalities that kind of circle around this ball of epigenetics where we can identify a challenge or a predisposition or a weakness or whatever word you want to use for it. And then we start kind of traversing around it and saying, okay, what are the things that are going to help shift the energy? What are the things that are going to help support this particular organ or support this thing? And you mentioned we were talking about you said something about language, and I wrote this down. But knowledge is power, but language is also power. And so you said, you have to be careful how you talk to someone, because you do. Because it’s not like you’d say, well, you have this, or you are destined for this. Because when you say that, words matter. It’s an energy.
Yanik Shea [00:24:56]:
Right? They don’t call it spelling for nothing, casting spells with your words 100%. So even when I’m working with clients, I’m very careful how I say things, right? And I’ll say if you do this, this is the outcome likely to manifest. Whereas if you do this, this, this is the outcome likely to manifest. Right. So they can choose a path and decide which path they want to take, whereas, oh, yeah, you’re predisposed. Good luck. Not so much, because that’s what the doctors told me. Oh, well, you’re probably just going to suffer for the rest of your life. We can put you into medical menopause or rip your uterus out. I’m like, lovely. I’m 29 years old, just starting my career. I dream of having children. What do you mean? Right. So, yeah, so that’s when I turned to the holistic realm and found science to back what I do. And I have a very creative mind, but I also have a very analytical mind, too. So I need to see the science to be able to manifest the reality. Like, I need data to prove facts to create the reality. And there’s so many different healing modalities, and this is just the one I choose because I have that split of analytical creativity and I love science backed stuff.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:26:21]:
And I’m the same way. And that’s probably why you and I personally connect so well, is because we’re both into this complete holistic health, but yet science is super cool.
Yanik Shea [00:26:33]:
Science is super cool and it’s easy to villainize science and advances and technology and all this stuff, but there’s so much being used for good at the same time, too, and I can’t turn away from it. When we’ve got epigenetics and Eridology and we’ve got life saving technologies out there, I’ve had two C sections that I probably wouldn’t have survived had I not had them. I’ve had two laparoscopic surgeries, one to pull a tumor out of my stomach. Yeah, I’m super grateful medicine exists. I just don’t believe in the I don’t believe in treating chronic illness with medicine when you can treat the root cause to reverse it.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:27:23]:
Right. That’s my personal issue with Western medicine, is that Western medicine is phenomenal for acute severe issues. I just get in a car wreck and I am wide open bleeding. I sure as heck want Western medicine. I want to be taken to a hospital, life lighted, whatever, and I want them to do all their things, all their magic and all their beauty. Right. That is critical. But when it comes to chronic disease and chronic illness and these chronic symptoms where Western medicine falls short is my best analogy is the water bucket with the holes, right? All they do is just keep pouring more water into it to try to keep it full.
Yanik Shea [00:28:08]:
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:28:08]:
This is keep pouring water into it versus, well, let’s take a look at why that water is not staying. Let’s start fixing those holes so that the water stays and we don’t have to keep dumping all this water. And water is like pills.
Yanik Shea [00:28:22]:
All I’m following, it’s symptom management.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:28:29]:
It’s not health care. It’s sick care. It’s management of symptoms. I love that you said that, because there is a time and a place for everything. But for us, Western medicine, for those of us that live in Western culture, has taken over for everything. And when you don’t get to the root cause, then all you’re doing is covering it up. Like, if you have an autoimmune condition, which I have several, right? I can sit there and I can take the pills, I can take the whatevers, which in some cases I do. Right. But that doesn’t preclude the okay. What is causing this agitation of my immune system to begin with so that I can stop it at the root level versus just taking the pill so that I don’t notice the symptoms?
Yanik Shea [00:29:15]:
Yeah, 100%. It’s the profit over people, right, that really has everything backwards. And it’s in so many different industries, like even one of my projects within my academy. So the Holistic Goddess Academy is going to be that’s what I’m creating is going to be a platform to teach women to holistically, take care of themselves. And one of the aspects I’m working on is growing your own food and medicine, because I believe we’re going to come to a point where we’re going to have to grow our own food and medicine, even if it’s just for a short time. I do believe we’ll see that in our lifetime because they’ve banned herbs and homeopathics and fibropathics and all of these modalities that I’ve used to reverse my own illnesses, where I’m like, well, if we don’t have those, how am I going to help my clients? Right? So now I’m like, okay, well, how about I just give them the knowledge to do it themselves?
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:30:22]:
Yanik Shea [00:30:23]:
Yeah. It’s the profit over people that is killing all of the good in these industries, in food, in medicine, in herbs, in plants, in Western medicine, it’s just all over. So reinstalling all that education that’s been taken away from us, because I believe in school, we should be learning how to grow food and build homes.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:30:46]:
All the things, all the basic survival things. And I’ve always said, I don’t fault the doctors, I don’t fault the surgeon. They are operating within the modality that they learned in school. What I’m faulting is that system that only teaches medicine and pills, and it doesn’t teach nutrition, it doesn’t teach herbs, it doesn’t teach thought patterns.
Yanik Shea [00:31:17]:
Right. It’s not all this stuff we’ve learned.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:31:20]:
They restricted, like the naturopathy schools, incredibly, right. Of what they are able to do and what is recognized and what is prohibited. It just keeps pushing out all of these things that could really nourish our lives on a completely health, natural basis.
Yanik Shea [00:31:40]:
Even Naturopaths. I’ve been in the natural space for quite some time because my mom’s been in it. I’d say I’ve been in it for at least 20 years. I’ve only really focused on detoxification epigenetics stuff like. That for ten since I had my profile done. But recently I’ve talked to many naturopaths or holistic practitioners that are in school because there’s this huge swing of people wanting to go a holistic route. And what I’m finding in naturopaths and holistic schools and stuff like this is that, yes, they are doing supplementation over medication, but the supplements that are being recommended are also synthetic. So it’s not much different, it’s just a different pill. So that’s a new one that I’m looking into and being very weary of where I get my information from. And it’s like, okay, well, are you using an herb and a plant? Because if you’re using an herb and a plant, I’ll have a listen, if you’re pushing another concoction, I’m over it. I don’t want anything that’s synthetically created in a lab. I truly believe that God put everything we need on this planet to thrive, survive and heal. Absolutely.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:32:50]:
And that is a beautiful place to begin the wrap up of this conversation. When we were talking off camera, I said I could talk to you all.
Yanik Shea [00:32:58]:
Day because I absolutely could.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:33:00]:
But in the interest of time, could you tell people where they can find you? And if you want to talk a little bit further about your academy, and you kind of just did that a second ago, but if there’s more that you want to add, I would love to hear it.
Yanik Shea [00:33:15]:
The academy is under construction, but I am doing that as fast as I can because I do have a chapter in Mommagic Moms of Stem coming out June 13. And then you can find me at www.yanikshay.com yanikshea.com. And then you can also find me at www.theholisticgoddessacademy.com. That’ll bring you straight to the group I have on Facebook running. This is where I drop a lot of information that’s for detoxification, lymphatic, drainage, fertility, the products and services that I use, stuff like that. It’s the higher end content I put out specifically for women looking to heal holistically. And yeah, otherwise I’m on Facebook, Instagram, just by my name. Easy to find, awesome. But yeah, the Holistic Goddess Academy. I’m excited. I met somebody who’s going to help me take it offline, like, off of Facebook, and create an entire platform of its own that will be educational in holistic healing homesteading homeschooling, just away from just reinstalling power back into moms and women. Women are the life force of our planet. And just reinstalling all of the education and the fundamental knowledge we should have to support our families, support our communities, love ourselves, and just be empowered as women to do what we do best and nurture our families and communities.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:34:58]:
I love that. And when your academy is ready, I’m going to have you back and we’re going to talk about it in more detail because I think everything you just explained is so needed. It is so needed and it sounds absolutely beautiful. So thank you so much for joining me today. And for everybody else, thank you also for listening in today. And if you are not subscribed, make sure you hit that subscribe button and I will see you guys next week.
Yanik Shea [00:35:26]:
Thank you for having me.
Trina Krug [00:00:05]: [00:35:28]: