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Meet Almila Kakinc-Dodd, founder of The Thirlby. A nursing student at Johns Hopkins who uses her Western medical knowledge in conjunction with alternative and complementary wellness practices, Almila is an activist for intersectional wellness. We love her.
Ashley Neese is a renowned breathwork teacher and author. She has studied with some of the world’s leading masters in yoga, meditation, medical intuition and somatic therapy. We sat down with her to talk about inclusivity in the wellness space, how “the work” is never over (even when you’re an expert!), and how all of us deserve to feel at home in our bodies.
Meet Isharna Walsh, founder and CEO of Coral. Through its in-app programming with everything from solo sex practices to guidance on how to talk about sex (or lack thereof) with your partner, Coral aims to make sex-as-wellness a reality by inspiring hope and curiosity around your sex life.
AmyAnn Cadwell has not only managed to gracefully step into the role of female founder, but has also taken it upon herself to support other founders as an angel investor. It kinda feels like we’ve got the next conscious Gwyneth Paltrow on our hands, ya know?
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