Podcast: Ep. #105-Overcoming Trauma to Living a Healed and Empowered Life with Rachel Seltzner
Overcoming trauma to living a healed and empowered life


We all experience trauma in some form or other during our lives, but we don’t have to let it hold us back, and keep us from living out our purpose. In today’s episode, I chat with Rachel Seltzner, a naturopath and yoga instructor. Rachel is on a mission to make the world a better place by helping others feel their best, and enjoy life to the fullest! 

After traumatic experiences as a patient within the allopathic medical system, she vowed to find a better way to heal herself and now teaches her tested, down-to-earth (yet wildly fun) ways to reclaim health.

In today’s episode, we cover:

  • The multiple, unexplained health challenges Rachel experienced as a young girl
  • Her story of barely surviving after being continually brushed off by conventional healthcare providers
  • Her extremely toxic relationship with her ex-husband, and the ultimate decision to put her and her kids first
  • The very real impact chaos and trauma can have on your physical, mental, and emotional health
  • The “Don’t Be Invisible Be Fabulous” book she is featured in, which dives deeper into her courageous story, “It’s Okay To Value Me”

Rachel is passionate about helping others to feel better every day, and is empowered by getting to guide them through the healing process. I can’t wait for you to hear our powerful conversation, and all the goodness she has to share!

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