On each episode, we open a dialogue about what it means to be well, and how that meaning is different for each one of us. Health and wellness practitioners of all kinds weigh in with their thoughts on treatment solutions, and – more importantly – the root causes of disease.
What to Expect (Childbirth)
How our very own Fiona chose to navigate her care options within a system that treats pregnancy, birth and parenthood as a medical concern first, and a life event second.
Are You on the Pill? (Antibiotics)
What's worse than UTIs? The negative side effects of antibiotics that aren't treating the root cause of the infection.
Hear how one woman changed her approach to her health after learning about the role our hormones play, and the perspective of a sex health nurse.
It Takes a Village (Cancer)
What has to come together to support true, lasting recovery from a cancer diagnosis? One woman shares what she has learned through conventional and alternative approaches.
What Are You Tired Of? (Chronic Fatigue)
How psychological is chronic fatigue and why are women more likely to be diagnosed with it? A doctor, a patient and a human connection specialist weigh in on what it feels like, and who is getting treatment for it.
The Age of Happiness (Anxiety)
A woman’s journey through life-long anxiety, with ideas from an Integrative MD and a Researcher on the remedies right at our feet.
I Feel It In My Bones (Chronic Pain & Inflammation)
A revealing story about one woman’s lifetime of pain, and new advancements in the treatment options for chronic inflammation.
The Host of Well Now
Managing Editor at Saje Natural Wellness, Meghann Shantz brings her personal story of healing and a love of storytelling to Well Now – a podcast born out of a desire to help us all discover the hidden side of health and how to achieve wellness. She draws from her experiences navigating western and alternative medicine to heal her anxiety and physical injury to connect with guests about their own stories of overcoming physical and emotional challenges.
Naturally curious and on a quest for meaning, Meghann holds space for the raw expression and authentic stories of her podcast guests, believing that our world would be better if we chose to honour other people’s journeys and processes without judgement – and believing in the power of telling your story.