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Guest Profile: Emily Dykstra

URL: http://www.aliveandfabulous.com

Emily Dykstra

Emily Dykstra is co-founder of Sarasvati Sisters, the creators of Alive and Fabulous. She is a radical love yogini and also a fiber artist committed to helping everyone access their divinity. She has nearly two decades of experience in helping people enhance their lives through her social service work and loves finding new ways to help people expand and open.


Emily has been creating quilts for the last two years, and finds the fiber arts a soulfully kinetic means of self expression. She is a yoga teacher studying Samarya Yoga and is excited to see how she can help use yoga to change the world. You're invited to follow the links to learn more about her love revolution and her creative journey.

Emily Dykstra's Past Shows

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Spotlights


The New Angels and Answers featuring your favorite Psychics is now on every Thursday from 2-4pm Pacific
Featuring Nationally acclaimed Psychic and Medium Artie Hoffman and his co-host Sky Siegell.

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Happy One Year Anniversary to Lyme Light Radio with Katina Makris! Tune in Wednesdays 1 PM Pacific 4 PM Eastern!

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Straight Talk With Chuck GallagherMondays 2pm Pacific 5pm Eastern
"Straight Talk" will feature guests from all walks of life that bring to our audience variety and life experience that is seldom found in average talk radio.

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Transformative Moments

8 Scientifically-Backed Ways To Feel More Confident

"We dedicate time and energy to cultivating the feeling so we can tap into it when we need it most..."
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Dr. Pat Show and Transformation Talk Radio are helping spread the awareness, thanks to Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals for doing the same!
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Women in Worship

The Church of England has voted to allow women to become bishops for the first time in its history.
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Depression Myths

Approximately two out of three people who commit suicide suffer from major depression first. In the past, we have spent more time focusing on suicide than on this dominant root cause. And that's finally changing.
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