Becoming Our Best Selves with Lola Berry

 Photo credit: Armelle Habib

Photo credit: Armelle Habib

My next guest needs little introduction. Lola Berry is a nutritionist, a yoga teacher and is the author of ten best-selling books. Her name is synonymous with her happy-go-lucky persona and her vivaciousness for life, but what she rarely reveals is the criticism that she receives behind the scenes. As a well-known personality, Lola has faced a barrage of unkind criticism judging the way she looks, what she wears, her weight, and her very being.

I actually met Lola nearly ten years ago when both of our lives looked very different. At the time, Lola had began to regularly appear on television, and was featuring in segments that didn’t always reflect her true values. It was here that I met Lola, where I was also at a similar cross-roads, working as a producer for a well-known television program.

I mention this because it’s central to our conversation. Lola and I discuss how we can tune into our deeper values and true self to transform our inner and outer world. Lola shares the strategies that she’s adopted that’s allowed her to be the version of herself, and to be an active and joyful participant in her own life.

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“I believe you can have it all. I’m a total romantic. So long as I’m following my dharma, my purpose, my truth, it doesn’t matter how the journey looks. It’s a beautiful place to live life from.”

Lola Berry

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 Photo credit: Armelle Habib

Photo credit: Armelle Habib

Kayla Robertson