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We combine our love for food, fitness, and the environment through explorations into how to live a more fulfilled and balanced life. Join Meg for conversations with everyone from outdoor adventurers, to agriculturalists, to athletes, and beyond!


Sherry Manning is the founder and Executive Director of Global Seed Savers.

Global Seed Savers is an organization with a mission to empower smallholder farmers in the Philippines to achieve food sovereignty through organic farming and seed saving. Sherry has been working for the past 7 years to help spread seed saving and organic agriculture knowledge among small farmers in the Phillippines. She sharpened her seed saving skills through several programs with RMSA (Seed School and Teacher Training) both as a student and teacher. 

Founder/Executive Director of Global Seed Saver

Sherry Manning



Blair is a Nutrition Consultant and Natural Chef with a passion for helping others achieve optimal health through

a holistic approach that focuses on body, mind, and spirit. 

She is an experienced Nutrition Consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the health wellness and fitness industry. Skilled in Photography, Writing, Design, and Recipe Development. Strong healthcare services professional with a Bachelor's degree focused in Applied Nutrition from North Carolina State University. 

Holistic Nutrition Consultant

Natural Chef and Lifestyle Blogger

Blair Horton



Rebecca Johnson has completed 500 hours in yoga training and is currently a second year student in a 4-year

yoga therapy program. After years of suffering from anxiety and depression, yoga showed her another way to

soothe and heal past trauma.

Certified Yoga Instructor

at the Kindness Studios in Denver

Rebecca Johnson



Eric Sink is an NASM certified personal trainer, artist, musician, and photographer. His passion for fitness and

health was born through his family's challenging and inspiring immigration to the United States from Venezuela.

Our Conversation ranged from food and health habits, to facing your fears and developing mental toughness.

Eric's life story and wisdom is bound to inspire you to push your limits and test your mental, emotional, and

physical strength.

NASM Certified personal trainer

Artist, musician and photographer

Eric Sink



Chelsey's journey began as a collegiate track athlete at Tufts University in Massachusetts. Chelsey loves her

dog, Ryder, and has a passion for burlesque, women and gender studies, and psychology.


"My experiences at Tufts led to an easy transition to Widener University where I completed my Masters in Clinical Social Work and Masters in Education in Human Sexuality. Due to either masochism or an affinity for being a

lifelong learner (or maybe both), I moved directly into Widener’s PhD program in human sexuality which I completed in December of 2018. My dissertation focused on the intersections of social media usage, jealousy, and attachment theory for young adults.


Aside from my background in clinical sex therapy, I continue to run. And, (although I get mixed reviews on this)

stay true to my Massachusetts roots as a staunch Boston sports fan. I look forward to discussing more about my experiences studying sexuality, gender, and sexual health and the importance of promoting more open dialogue

on how they impact overall wellness."

PhD Human Sexuality

Former Collegiate Track Athlete & Coach

Chelsey Vest, PhD



Shannon is Dineh (Navajo) from Shiprock, New Mexico, and Hopi from Kykotsmovi, Arizona. She is Towering

House clan born for Red Running through the Water clan. Her Hopi clans are Massau’, Bear Sand, and Snake

Clan. Shannon comes from twelve generations of earth caretakers, ethnobotanists and seed keepers. 


Shannon is an active educator and has presented and taught widely on permaculture design. Her passion is

instilling reciprocal relationships by connecting people to the natural world through seeds, soil and the elements. Shannon has been a member of the Denver Native community for thirty years and serves on the Four Winds American Indian Council as Chair and is the Director for the Indigenous Agricultural project at Four Winds.

In 2014, Shannon received the Justin B. Willie humanitarian award on the Navajo Nation in Arizona. More recently, she received the 2015 Cesar E. Chavez female leadership award for her work with Indigenous gardening, food

justice and community building projects.

Indigenous Permaculture Specialist

Executive Director - Spirit of the Sun, Inc.

Shannon Francis


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Frequently described by friends as "a kid at heart" and "a truly spontaneous and fun-loving person," Shay always pushes people to take chances and live happier, more fulfilled lives. His passion, kindness, high energy, and super smarts are tools that he uses to push boundaries and go above and beyond in every aspect of life.

"Keeping that childlike sense of adventure is key to me for living a fulfilling life. When I'm not working, I'm busy romping around the incredible Southwest, shooting photos and videos to log it all in the memory banks. I try to be open-minded and keep a "why not" attitude, which has led me to the best friends and adventures I can imagine having."  - Shay

Adventure & Nature Photographer/Videographer

Parkour Athlete

Shay Subramanian


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