According to Forbes, there are now more than 800,000 podcasts with over 54 million episodes currently available worldwide. This popular media format offers bite-sized chunks of content that can be consumed anywhere and are perfect for busy routines. Many of us are looking to become more informed on current events, or to be distracted from them. Either way, this relatively new form of edu-tainment is here to stay. Our team has compiled a list of the 12 best wellness podcasts for 2020, so you can use your spare time to improve in mind, body, and spirit!
What Are the Best Wellness Podcasts?
The Wellness Mama
The Wellness Mama is a weekly series covering the topics of holistic health, real food, stress, sleep, fitness, toxins, natural living, DIY, parenting, motherhood, and other health tips to give you actionable solutions to improve your family’s life. It’s brought to you by mom of six Katie Wells of WellnessMama.com, an online resource for women and moms who want to live healthier lives.
>> Listen to the latest episode: “Four Questions to Change Your Life & Doing the Work with Byron Katie”
This Week in Wellness
What Are the Best Fitness Podcasts?
The mindbodygreen Podcast
This podcast is brought to you by Jason Wachob, founder and co-CEO of mindbodygreen, the popular website that kick-started a new conversation about health and now has more than 5,000 contributors and an audience of 10 million people worldwide. A continuation of the mindbodygreen journey, Jason engages in open, honest conversations with the people shaping the world of well-being. After all, wellness is not a destination, it’s a journey.
>> Listen to the latest episode: “Stress Takes More Than It Gives: Ways to Adapt and Get Stronger—Siim Land with Dave Asprey”
What Are the Best Mental Health Podcasts?
Practice Makes Podcast
This self-improvement podcast features Jordy Wofford, a traveled linguist and American immigrant living in French Canada, and Tyler Kingsbury, a personal trainer turned scientist and future author of a self-help book. Every week, they discuss topics meant to inspire and get you to rethink the way we live.