Well Now, a podcast powered by Saje, features conversations with doctors, wellness experts, and healers of all kinds, that help you find your way from basic health to empowered personal wellness.
Fuelled by a desire to help us all achieve health and wellness, Well Now is never prescriptive and always empathetic.
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.
Trust your instincts (Doctors)
We hear from a cancer doctor who learned the power of empathy after her own cancer diagnosis, a patient advocate, and a couple whose daughter’s near-fatal illness was “missed” by several experts.LEARN MORE
How You Eat Is Who You Are (Food)
What has your food done for you lately? Why your relationship with food and your gut matters to your health in ways we’re just beginning to understand.LEARN MORE
When To Let It Go (Chronic Stress)
Are you holding on to past stress? How the effects of stress and trauma on the mind and body may be more than meets the eye.LEARN MORE
Down to Earth (Nature)
Nature: are you getting any? How the plant world can help heal those hard-to-reach, emotional places.LEARN MORE
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.