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Like the Greek mythology of the Phoenix rising from the ashes, women live a multitude of lives in one, never cease to amaze in displaying their strength, transforming their situation, usually in the face of challenges. Whether it is career setbacks and resets or true personal transformation, each story adds to the tapestry of what is Phoenix Tales. Hope you enjoy the show! Follow to get notified on new episodes and please share your rating or voice message. New episodes are available every T ...
 
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On this episode of the Phoenix Tales podcast, we get to hear another inspiring story from yet another courageous Phoenix. Joining Yuliana today is Maryam Banikarim, a Purpose-Driven Marketer and Co-Founder of NYCNext. Maryam takes us through her seminal moments in life, from surviving the revolution of 1979 in Iran and moving across the globe to ha…
 
Joining Yuliana today is Kate Tellers, a staff member of The Moth and a co-author of How to Tell a Story: The Essential Guide to Memorable Storytelling. Kate shares her phoenix tale today of how she lost her mother at the young age of 28 and how this shaped her life. She shares how lessons she learned from her mom set her on the path to storytellin…
 
Yuliana welcomes Berny Serrão, the c0-owner of Paraiso Escondido, an eco-friendly sanctuary in Portugal. Berny shares her courageous tale, one filled with the ups and downs of being a nomad her entire life, seemingly not belonging anywhere. She also recounts feeling like an outsider before searching within to create her happiness and how she extend…
 
Joining Yuliana today is Geri Topfer, the founder and president of Kula For Karma and co-founder of BeStill. Geri shares her phoenix tale involving her sobriety and how she gained strength to look inwards into her life and not just observe as an outsider. Geri recounts the feeling of being armored in her marriage due to past abandonment issues, and…
 
On this week's episode, Yuliana welcomes Catherine ‘Cat’ Partheniades to the show to talk about the moment she found out she was adopted. She was 30 when this happened, and shortly after this discovery, both of her adoptive parents passed away. Today she chats with Yuliana about reckoning with her parents’ lies, experiencing resentment, and her int…
 
Therese Murphy joins Yuiliana on the show today to share her courageous phoenix tale. Therese worked as a former nonprofit development manager and found herself unemployed during COVID. She recounts how this propelled her to get a job as the hostess at a restaurant where she was faced with the duality of human nature and how her experiences taught …
 
Yuliana welcomes opera singer and teacher Natalie Wilson to today’s Phoenix Tales episode to discuss Natalie’s decision to abandon her opera career and how this choice, coupled with a divorce not too long after, marked a rather poignant moment for her. Having felt that she’d wasted decades of her life embarking on a career path that she no longer d…
 
This week, Yuliana is joined by guest Laura Hill, who opens up the episode to talk about the moment she decided to leave her husband after 30 years of marriage. Having met when she was 19 and he was 10 years her senior, Laura had to mature at a young age, eventually realizing that she had a lot of growing to do, and that this needed to take place o…
 
This week on Phoenix Tales, Yuliana welcomes author, speaker, and former Associate Dean and Chief Communications Officer, Harvard Medical School, Gina Vild to the podcast. Gina talks today about losing her mother, her father’s stroke, and her own subsequent divorce, noting that her parents’ deaths played large roles in her decision to get a divorce…
 
Sharon Simpson joins Yuliana today to talk about her work in the art industry and what it was like growing up in Belfast during the war. She opens up the conversation by talking about a tough time she went through when her husband’s new job forced her to move away from hers. She notes that she felt worse, not because she lost an income, but because…
 
This week on Phoenix Tales, Yuliana talks to Leehe Segal, a jewelry designer and the owner of Bleecker and Prince. In their conversation, Leehe delves into her experiences in the Israeli army, what it was like delivering her second child at home, and moving to Singapore. She starts today’s conversation by recounting her decision to have an at-home …
 
On this week’s episode of Phoenix Tales, Giulia Pline joins Yuliana today to discuss the skiing accident that changed her life mentally, physically, and emotionally. An ex dancer turned yoga instructor, Giulia feels that the accident taught her to appreciate her body and its resilience. After breaking her arm, collarbone, six ribs, puncturing her l…
 
Documentary filmmaker and author Ann Shin joins Yuliana on the podcast this week. Ann’s documentary My Enemy, My Brother was shortlisted for a 2016 Academy Award and nominated for an Emmy. Her previous documentary, The Defector: Escape from North Korea, won 7 awards including Best Documentary and Best Documentary Director at the 2014 Canadian Scree…
 
On this episode of Phoenix Tales, Yuliana welcomes Kelly Fife, a psychologist in the public school system who hopes to help children who grow up with troubling family situations. She opens the episode by describing the moment her father suggested that she attend her first Al-Anon meeting. Growing up with parents who abused alcohol, she notes that t…
 
On this week’s episode of Phoenix Tales, Yuliana welcomes Pam Reece to the show to talk about the moment when her father lost his job, his subsequent battle with Alzheimer’s disease, and how those events shaped her outlook on life. A former yoga instructor who now offers her many skills to help women in corporate America achieve success, Reece open…
 
Yuliana welcomes New York City lawyer, Paola Garcia, to the podcast today. After running away from her sheltered life and home in Mexico at the age of 18, Paola was forced to reckon with her status as a Mexican immigrant in the U.S. and American culture at large. She recalls the shock she experienced when coming to the U.S. after growing up in the …
 
Rashanna Green joins Yuliana today as the pair discuss Green’s mother and her life-altering battle with late onset Schizophrenia. A Dartmouth graduate turned nonprofit executive and forest yoga lineage guardian, Rashanna details the moment she decided to institutionalize her mother, how that choice impacted her own psyche, and the stigma surroundin…
 
Joining Yuliana today is Dawn Skorczewski, a former professor of English at Brandeis University. Dawn is now a tutor and lecturer at Amsterdam University College (AUC), where she is also the coordinator of languages, co-coordinator of Academic Writing Skills and co-coordinator of the AUC Writing Center. In today’s conversation, she recounts her sto…
 
Joining Yuliana today is Rebecca Babcock, CPC, ELI-MP, CLDS. A career and executive leadership coach, Rebecca has an advanced degree in Human and Organizational Development and Group Dynamics from Vanderbilt University and over 20 years experience as a Sales and Marketing Executive at global blue chip companies and tech startups including Conde Nas…
 
Author, grieving mother, quotidian philosopher and optimist, Maryanne O’Hara, joins Yuliana on the podcast today. A remarkably accomplished individual, Maryanne has earned her MFA from Emerson College, taught creative writing at both Enerson and Clark University, and has written short stories, the novel CASCADE, and the memoir LITTLE MATCHES. She h…
 
This week’s very special guest is Michelle Lepp, a fully accredited NASM personal trainer and 500 hour yoga instructor with an emphasis in yoga therapeutics whose passion is helping others improve their physical and mental health. Michelle is also a cancer survivor, and today she shares her inspiring phoenix tale of how she was faced with her cance…
 
This week's episode of Phoenix Tales contains descriptions and discussion of sexual abuse and trauma. Listener discretion is advised. In today’s episode, Yuliana is joined by Gina de la Chesnaye, who shares her phoenix tale of surviving parental sexual abuse to become a humanitarian worker with traumatized communities. In her work, Gina draws on he…
 
Today’s guest is Ellen Greenberg. a designer and the owner and director of Quick Culture, a global, art tour and cultural travel company. Among her other roles, Ellen has also been an instructor at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, has guest lectured at UCLA, holds Docent Program certificates at both The Getty Center and LACMA, and i…
 
Yolanda Colon, an executive in the finance industry, joins Yuliana today to share the tragic story of the stillborn death of her son and also how she found the strength and courage to take back her life after the brutal end of her 24-year marriage. Her story is one of courage and self-awareness which, as you will hear, has made her the phoenix that…
 
What does it take to nurse a child with special needs? Author, shoemaker, and health advocate Christina Chiu knows just what it takes as her son was born with a rare syndrome. She joins Yuliana today to share her inspiring phoenix tale on how she takes on the challenges that come her way and how she continues to do what it takes to give her son the…
 
Kathy Casey sits down with Yuliana today to share her own phoenix tale of how she reinvented herself and followed her passion after losing a part of herself to her divorce and forced retirement. Both of these life events naturally had significant impacts upon Kathy and the path her life was following, Through courage and compassion, Kathy overcame …
 
Joining Yuliana today is Sari Velar, a yoga teacher and yoga therapist, to share her incredible phoenix tale. Over 20 years ago, Sari turned to yoga as an alternative therapy after a life-threatening cancer diagnosis and a subsequent battle with an eating disorder and addiction. These days, Sari facilitates classes at local cancer and mental health…
 
Roni Jackson, Co-Founder of Red Flag Mania, joins Yuliana today to share her inspiring phoenix tale. Roni identifies and expands upon two inflection points in her life that altered her trajectory considerably. The first, losing her mother at a young age, and the second, being forced to give up her long time career, both had significant impacts upon…
 
Functional medicine practitioner, Dr. Susan Lovelle, joins Yuliana today for a truly fascinating conversation. Currently the Founder and CEO of Premiere Wellness, Dr. Susan spent 14 years as a professional ballet dancer after which she became a physician specializing in plastic surgery. In her current role with Premiere Wellness, she is thrilled to…
 
Chiropractor, cookbook author, food blogger and healthy living proponent, Dr. Karen Lee, joins Yuiliana today to share her story of how she navigated being a child immigrant in a new country and having to take on the responsibility of caring for her brothers at a young age. This caring nature, developed over the years, helped form Dr. Karen’s love …
 
Joining Yuliana this week is Coco Cohen, a leading fitness professional based in New York. Coco tells her courageous story of giving up her daughter for adoption to give her daughter the wonderful life that she, herself, was unable to provide. As any mother would testify, this has to be the most painful sacrifice a parent could make, and today, Coc…
 
Losing a parent has a devastating effect, and losing the parent to suicide can bring compounding grief and anger. On the show today, Liz Bailey, a solicitor living in London, joins Yuliana to discuss losing her father to suicide and how the work she put into dealing with it gave her the courage to step outside the shadow cast by this tragedy and fo…
 
Joining Yuliana on the show this week is Meta Wagner, the author of What's Your Creative Type: Harness the Power of Your Artistic Personality, and an instructor of creative and communications writing at Emerson College. In addition to her writing and teaching careers, Meta has held executive positions in the marketing and public relations fields, r…
 
How does the death of a parent redirect the course of one’s life? Judy Glassman joins Yuliana on today’s episode as she recounts the painful experience of losing her mother to brain cancer, the joy of finding yoga, and transitioning into a new career at a later age for a meaningful life. Judy begins the conversation by describing the challenging ev…
 
On the show this week, Yuliana is joined by Carly Hunter to share her inspiring phoenix tale. Carly is a passionate yoga practitioner specifically in Ashtanga Yoga and a private yoga instructor in New York City. Today she shares her story of how she left her career in advertising and found yoga, which to her surprise came with power dynamics she ha…
 
Holistic self-care specialist Dana Heller joins Yuliana today to share her inspiring story with listeners. From the life changing doctor’s visit where she found out she had a brain tumor, to her experiences going through multiple surgeries, Dana has come out the other side to help others going through what she did and helping them to feel empowered…
 
Yanti Amos joins Yuliana today to share her story of how she navigated the events that redirected her life. An experienced international lawyer, Yanti was propelled by a series of events to leave her law career behind and venture to New York City where she founded Earth YogaNYC, which she and her husband, Richard, then sold in 2019. Among her many …
 
Joining our host, Yuliana Kim-Grant, this week is Kim Thai, an Emmy-award-winning producer, writer, activist, and mindfulness teacher. She is the founder of GaneshSpace, a community organization dedicated to creating spaces to dismantle internalized oppression and explore identity through the lens of intersectionality. Kim shares her Phoenix Tale t…
 
Today Yuliana is joined by Wati Grossman, a fashion designer who gave up a law career to pursue her passion and love for fashion, and who now has over 30 years experience as a fashion professional in New York and San Francisco. In addition to her own design pursuits, Wati provides mentoring and consulting to fashion-related start-ups, garment desig…
 
Today on the show, Yuliana is joined by Ji Young, the founder of the Tide Film Festival. An attorney turned non-profit executive, producer, writer, speaker and facilitator, Ji is the Founder of DreamMaker DreamDoer DreamSupporter, inc, - 3D, and is the creator, producer and host of the web series ‘Not Your Average’ for KoreanAmericanstory.org. as w…
 
Today Yuliana is joined by Jimin Han, the author of the novel, A Small Revolution. Born in Seoul, Korea, Jimin grew up in the United States, eventually attending Cornell University and earning an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College. Her writing can be found in a number of publications, and A Small Revolution, her first novel, has appeared on many ‘Best…
 
On the show today, Hourig Messerlian, Senior Director of IT Business at Computing and Information Services - The City University of New York, joins Yuliana to tell her remarkable and truly inspiring story of how she got to where she is today. Starting with how she fled a country ravaged by Civil War, crossing continents and countries, facing many l…
 
Today's guest, Carolyn Waters, recounts the big moment of crisis when she realized the career she had spent 20 years building may not have been the life she was meant to live. In spite of her fears of leaving an established career behind and the fear she may never find her path, on this episode, you’ll hear the outcome of how this one step into the…
 
Joining Yuliana today is Nancy Castle Donahue, a model who rose to the top of her field in the 70’s and 80’s, becoming one of the most successful fashion models of her time. During her reign in the fashion arena, Donahue’s face was on the cover of virtually every fashion magazine in the world, and she also led several significant cosmetic campaigns…
 
This week, Yuliana is joined by Patricia Ruiz, the owner of three Pilates Studios in New York City called Moving Strength. A lifetime dancer, Patricia has performed and toured with some of New York City's most renowned dance companies, has choreographed Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and continues to judge dance competitions throughout the country…
 
Joining Yuliana on the podcast today is Dana Slamp, founder and director of Prema Yoga Institute. Having started teaching Yoga in 2005, Dana is currently a therapeutics educator and teacher trainer who consults on wellness programs for clinics, doctor's offices, condominiums, and corporations, is a member of IAYT, and teaches clients on an individu…
 
Joining Yuliana today is Erica Mather, author of Your Body, Your Best Friend. Hand-selected by Ana Forrest to become a lineage-holder (called “a Guardian”) in the Forrest Yoga system, Erica is also the founder of ‘The Adore Your Body Transformational Program’, a 7-step system for getting a handle on body image challenges, as well as ‘The Yoga Clini…
 
Eden Grimaldi, founder and owner of PR and branding company, MediaCraft, joins Yuliana on the show today to take listeners on the journey of the most challenging year in her life and to demonstrate how she became unstoppable after facing those challenges. Her fearlessness, resolve and optimism, despite going through a traumatic period, is so inspir…
 
Today’s episode of Phoenix Tales comes with a trigger warning, as we will be discussing eating disorders. Host Yuliana Kim-Grant speaks with Amanda Murdock, the Senior Director of Fitness for the Daily Burn. Amanda shares her candid story about struggling with an eating disorder while working in the wellness industry, what prompted her to finally s…
 
Mary Cerdeiras is Yuliana’s very special guest on the podcast today. Faced with a diagnosis of Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2009, Mary decided to complement the traditional Western treatment she was receiving with alternative treatments, a decision which would ultimately shape her life from that moment forward. Today, we are all so very privileged to …
 
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