This week, Maegan, Bobby, and Sweets talk about stigma in the ER and HOLOTROPIC BREATHWORK™ (yes, it’s as trippy as it sounds). Maegan shares about her recent chaotic travel experience and the conference she spoke at in Dallas, TX at the American College of Emergency Physicians about stigma in the ER. Plus, she talks about Sweet's interventionist training in Asheville, NC and a recent HOLOTROPIC BREATHWORK™ workshop that she says has changed her life.
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