Nov 19, 2020
EP 64 - Kimberly Snyder
The Pretty Intense guest today is the beautiful, the effervescent, the delightful Kimberly Snyder. If you don’t know yet who Kimberly Snyder is, then you have to investigate. She is a New York Times Bestseller author. She is a favorite of too many celebs to mention on the topics of food, body, and emotional well being. Lets just say she is doing something right. Kimberly has an infectious energy, that makes you want to know more. Makes you want to know what you need to do to look and feel as good as she does. Her tools are easy to understand, and easy to understand how you can apply to your own life. Kimberly tells us how she arrived at her passion of well being. She is honest about the bumpy road that lead there. Check out her new book, “Perfectly Imperfect Life” and check out more at https://mysolluna.com.
Kimberly Snyder is the founder of Solluna, a lifestyle brand empowering you to live your best life with offerings in each of its 4 Cornerstones: Food, Body, Emotional Well-being and Spiritual Growth. She is the multi-time New York Times bestselling author of The Beauty Detox book series and Radical Beauty, co-written with Deepak Chopra. She is also a nutritionist, certified yoga teacher, and a spiritual and meditation teacher. An in-demand worldwide speaker, Kimberly also hosts the top-rated Feel Good with Kimberly Snyder podcast, which airs on the Podcast One network. The Solluna organic juice and smoothie bar is located at the iconic Four Seasons hotel in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. Kimberly has worked with the entertainment industries’ top celebrities, including Drew Barrymore, Kerry Washington, Reese Witherspoon and Channing Tatum, among many others. She has been featured in media outlets including Ellen, The Today Show, The Dr. Oz Show, The New York Times, Vogue, Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, Elle, and InStyle. She is a member of the Wellness Council for Well + Good. After graduating magna cum laude from Georgetown University, Kimberly didn’t choose an ordinary path. Instead, she embarked on a three-year solo journey spanning over 50 countries. This exposed her to a wide range of health and beauty modalities, conventional and unconventional teachers and world views from different cultures. This experience inspired her life’s purpose, which is helping as many others as possible tap into the love, wholeness and unique beauty within them.