Do you know what you have in common with chickens?

You can survive in a cage and eating processed grains.

Guess what?

You don’t have to! Thriving is possible.

We want to get well, but no matter what we do or whose advice we follow, something just isn’t right. The wellness industry doesn’t have what we need. It’s rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic. We need out of the cage!

Here are two things the cage won’t provide that we need in abundance to survive:


We are whole. We are unique. And we can be radically, uniquely well if we


Here at Chicken Yogi, we combine mind, body, heart, and spirit to create your own radical, unique path to wellness. We help you remember who you are and what you’re meant to do. Don’t worry, there are no cookie cutters here and no “one size fits all” advice.

Are you ready to take the first step and OPEN THE CAGE DOOR?

Explore Chicken Yogi

You’re welcome to check out this main Chicken Yogi site and see my philosophy or my offerings, there’s a lot more to see within the Chicken Yogi world. Explore all the various sub-blogs and sites of Chicken Yogi. Don’t worry, all of them link back here too in case you’d like to come back and look around.

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Episode 16: Same Foods and Wellness

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