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Rapid Fire Self-Care with Kylie McBeath of Zura Health

Kylie McBeath is the Co-Founder & Chief Visionary of digital wellness community, Zura Health, a Certified Holistic Health Coach, co-host of the Zura Health Podcast, speaker and writer. She is a multi-passionate, creative being whose mission on this planet is to empower women (and men) with the tools, support, wisdom, and resources they need to live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives. Ultimately, her mission is to raise the consciousness of the entire planet through a higher health & emotional IQ!

Here’s a peek at Kylie’s self-care essentials:

 

I like to live my life by this motto: All of you is welcome here

Biggest lesson I earned in my twenties: It doesn’t always go as planned, and that’s okay too. 

This is still a challenge for me: slowing down and releasing the responsibility of other people’s emotional well-being 

My self-care toolkit includes: reparenting, meditation, journaling, movement, dance, breath work 

The first five things I do when I wake up are: Snuggle with my partner, brush my teeth, meditate, make my morning beverage, journal 

My favorite way to unwind is: reading a good book 

My go-to dish to make (or buy) when I want to feel good is: Pho 

My favorite workout involves: Pilates Reformer & yoga 

The one book that has changed my life: Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown 

The one podcast I’m always listening to: On Being by Krista Tippet When I splurge, it’s on: travel ;] 

Most affordable, essential self-care product I can’t live without: my journal
Craziest thing I do for self-care: solo travel adventures 

Best apps on my phone for enhancing my life: insight timer + the app that manages my screen time 

Favorite piece of advice given to me: There’s nothing more painful than not living in alignment with your truth. 

When I’m stressed out, this is my go-to: my close girlfriends, long walks in nature, a bath 

Feel-good song that is always blasting in my car: Journey, Don’t stop believing 

My advice to women struggling with self-love is: You aren’t broken, and you don’t need to be fixed. Seek the support you need, and trust that on the other side of your pain is a world you can’t even imagine. All of you is welcome here.