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Balanced Black Girl is a podcast dedicated to helping you feel your best. Tune in for approachable health, self-care, personal development, and well-being advice from Black women wellness experts.

106 Episodes
Today’s episode is a rewind solo episode about the importance of setting boundaries and protecting your energy so you can channel it into the areas of life that make most sense for you. Advertising Inquiries:
Today’s episode is a rewind interview with guest Alina Brown, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner co-founder of WellnessCon, and creator of the Auralign Planner. Advertising Inquiries:
Today’s episode is a rewind interview featuring Shena Tubbs, a Relational Trauma and Attachment Specialist, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Love Addiction Coach based out of Houston, TX. She is the founder of Black Girls Heal, an online community dedicated to helping women of color break the cycles of unavailable relationships and feeling not enough by healing what’s within. Advertising Inquiries:
Today’s episode is a rewind interview featuring Toya Coleman, historian, creator of Toya from Harlem, and host of the That Wasn’t In My Textbook podcast. Advertising Inquiries:
Have you been wondering how your menstrual cycle affects your work, relationships, and overall balance in your life? My guest today is Berrion Berry. Berrion is a Menstrual Health Educator, Integrative Health Practitioner & the Founder of The Flo Academy. Part of her mission is to teach menstruating individuals how to master their menstrual cycles one period at a time. Advertising Inquiries:
Our guest today is Laticia Rolle -- entrepreneur, community builder, podcaster, sister, and so much more. Laticia was one of the first people I met after moving to LA, and every time we speak I’m blown away by her warm authenticity. Laticia is the creator of Girl, We Got This, a podcast and platform dedicated to sharing the raw, authentic stories of women from all walks of life. She is also the Founder of Tress, the hat that fits and protects our natural curls. Advertising Inquiries:
In this solo episode, I’m guiding you through a year-end reflection exercise to acknowledge our greatest lessons of 2020, and begin calling in where we want to go in 2021. Advertising Inquiries:
Today, we’re talking to Damona Hoffman, dating coach & media personality. Damona Hoffman about enjoying and taking ownership of your dating experience. Damona is known for her work on two A+E Networks' TV series: #BlackLove and A Question of Love. She’s a regular contributor to The LA Times, The Washington Post, NPR, CNN Headline News (HLN),, and more. Damona also hosts and produces the weekly podcast, Dates & Mates with Damona Hoffman. Advertising Inquiries:
Today, we’re talking to Tiffany Wright, a mental health professional, author, speaker, and wellness consultant based in Inglewood, CA. Tiffany is known for her clinical work that focuses on trauma, grief, esteem, relationships and eating disorders. Her areas of expertise are creating culturally relevant healing spaces, trauma-informed care and leadership, tools for self-care, historic and intergenerational trauma, and grief & loss. Advertising Inquiries:
In this solo episode of Balanced Black Girl Podcast, I’m sharing how my wellness journey has evolved over time. From early childhood experiences to the intersection of body image and career, today’s episode is an honest reflection on how our relationship with ourselves can evolve over time. Advertising Inquiries:
Today, we’re talking to Tarin Calmeyer. Tarin is committed to sharing practical tools to understand the body, energy, and mindfulness to take her clients from stress to success. She is a Yoga, Meditation, and Wellness Coach with a background in Osteopathy. Tarin has more than 10 years of experience coaching burnt-out people around the world to reconnect with their bodies and minds. Tarin has focused her teachings around holistically approaching the aspects that contribute to overall wellbeing. She has extensive experience working with brands from Women’s Health to Puma to Movenpick Resorts to create engaging wellness experiences and content. In 2020, Tarin founded Remote Team Wellness as a solution for forward-thinking companies to prioritize their people’s wellbeing by connecting them to world-class wellness instructors and facilitators. She is a beacon of light and love and we’re so grateful for the opportunity to share her story and mission.   In this episode, we talk about… Building body awareness. The healing practice of osteopathy: what it is and its benefits. Establishing a mindfulness practice.  Maintaining wellness practices while working and socializing remotely.  How to remain focused and centered while working from home.  The importance of accepting our current reality and the things we cannot change.    RESOURCES: Learn more at Remote Team Wellness at Follow Tarin on Instagram: @thechocolatepretzel + @remoteteamwellness   Discount Codes: Organifi | Use the code BBG for 15% off Organifi supplements Peak and Valley | Use the discount code balancedblackgirl for $5 off your order of adaptogen blends   If you like this episode, please leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Keep in touch with Les on Instagram @balancedles, follow the show @balancedblackgirlpodcast, and join the Balanced Black Girl Podcast Community on Facebook. PS: If you really want to take your year to the next level, snag our free glow-up guide. This free guide has everything you need to implement a self-care practice that works. You’ll get daily journal worksheets, inspiring quotes, affirmations, and a bonus workout. Get the guide HERE. Advertising Inquiries:
Today's conversation is about our spiritual evolutions and how that plays into our wellness. Our guest today is Lyvonne Proverbs Briggs (aka “Pastor Bae”) a body and sex-positive preacher, writer, speaker, and spiritual life coach. Advertising Inquiries:
Today, we’re having a heartfelt conversation with Zuri Adele. Zuri is an actor, currently known for her portrayal of Malika Williams on Freeform’s “Good Trouble.” Advertising Inquiries:
Dr. Sarah L. Webb is currently an Assistant Professor in the department of English and Modern Languages at the University of Illinois Springfield. Dr. Webb first wrote publicly about colorism in the summer of 2011 in a post titled: “Colorism: 5 Reasons I Haven’t Said Much… Yet.” After seeing the interest, positive responses, and negative reactions to her early writing on colorism, Dr. Webb recognized the need for a dynamic platform dedicated entirely to this issue. Advertising Inquiries:
This bonus episode features a brief guided meditation with inspiring mantras to help you de-stress and return to your center. Advertising Inquiries:
Today, we’re talking to Maryam Ajayi. Maryam is a Half healer, half businesswoman. She is both an Energy Healer who practices the Akashic Records, Breathwork, and Reiki, and an Entrepreneur, who is the founder of Dive in Well, which creates space, community, conversations, and change for a more diverse and equitable wellness industry through both on and offline experiences. Advertising Inquiries:
Today we’re talking about nutrition for better health and dismantling food inequality with Akua Woolbright, PhD. Dr. Woolbright is an expert in plant-based nutrition who specializes in teaching people how to harness the healing power of foods to prevent and reverse disease, feel great, look younger, and live longer. Advertising Inquiries:
Today we’re sharing the second part of our conversation with the BROWN GIRL jane team, sitting down with co-founder and Chief Brand Officer, Tai Beauchamp. BROWN GIRL jane is a Black woman-owned and founded CBD company that was created especially to resonate with women of color. Advertising Inquiries:
In part one of this two-part conversation, we’re sitting down with Nia Jones and Malaika Jones Kebede, sisters and co-founders of BROWN GIRL jane. BROWN GIRL jane is a Black woman-owned and founded CBD company that was created especially to resonate with women of color. Advertising Inquiries:
Today, we’re discussing ways to heal from and cope with racial trauma with our guest, Jacquelyn Ogorchukwu Iyamah. Jacquelyn is a Storyteller and User Experience Designer in the wellness space. She has a degree in Social welfare, where she focused on making wellness more accessible to overlooked communities. She also has a degree in UX design, where she spent a year researching what it would take to design a platform that reduced the barriers to therapy for Black, Indigenous and People of Color. Advertising Inquiries:
Comments (12)

Megan Kidwell

thank you so much for sharing this. it felt like she really knew me. i really needed to hear this

Feb 11th

Sonile Jere

such a calming episode

Oct 25th

Marissa Candace

I can't listen through the podcast. 😭😭😭 you go so hard on your Ss bb 😂😂

Jul 2nd


love it

Jun 21st

Bahar Khayami

It was so pleasant to listen to you dear goddess 🙏🏾🍃

Jun 11th


I love listening to this podcast and have found so many products and information that I probably would not have found if not for this podcast. I also enjoyes this podcast and the information that was given but its the first time I felt the host was either preoccupied, tired or just had other things on her mind. It was a little weird at times during paused moments. This guest had lots of energy and positive information. Maybe it was just an off day, we all have those.

Mar 10th

Kandis Draw

well said.

Jul 16th
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bookaddict 4real

Hey I agree mindset is everything! I love the transparency in the conversation😍

May 17th

Krystal M.

Amazing episode!

May 1st

lester alfred

This Podcast is as Awesome as the other Balanced Black Girl Podcast! Truly a Great Blessing!

Oct 29th

lester alfred

Awesome, I mean totally Awesome!

Oct 20th
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