Prepare your favorite adaptogen-infused drink, get your diffuser loaded up with your favorite essential oils, and cozy up to me and some of my favorite people. We’ve got a lot to learn (self-actualization, people!) and I’m so excited to be on this informative journey with you!

Doctor of Chiropractic and Yoga Teacher Dr. Laura Latham, DC BS RYT on blending chiropractic care and yoga, meditation as food, and being co-captain with her patients

Well this is a TYTP first - I have the partner of a previous guest on the pod today! Dr. Laura Latham is married to episode 5’s guest Dr. Tim Latham! How cute is this?!! I know so many of you loved Tim’s episode, and you’re going to absolutely love Laura’s equally as much. They are both such compassionate, knowledgeable, and intentional providers, which comes across so clearly in each of their amazing interviews.

I so enjoyed sitting down and chatting with Laura about all of her passions, which include chiropractic care and yoga. She is brilliant, and balances those brains with being genuine and down-to-earth. I had the best time talking with her and we connected effortlessly. Ihighly recommend seeking her out for chiropractic or yoga support, she is a true gem of a doctor and a lovely woman!

*Skip to 5:04min mark to bypass the intro and get to the interview

In this episode we hear:

  • How she discovered her passion for chiropractic

  • How she chose to do a yoga teacher training

  • What appeals mot to her in a yoga practice

  • Her views on partnering with her patients rather than being seen as an authority figure

  • How she navigates religion and ethics, and how yoga became her religion

  • How meditation and yoga impacted her life

  • How meditation is like food (no really, she’s got a great analogy!)

  • How a chiropractor lives and moves in the world knowing so much about the body (people watching is on a whole other level with her!)

  • How her experience as a chiropractor informs her personal yoga practice, as well as how she’s contributing to my ‘yogalma matter’ NSYA

  • What you can expect in an appointment with her

  • How she handles clients who may be struggling with the work they’re doing together

Mentioned in this episode (aka, the “shotes”):
Back Bay Health
Yoga on Main in Philadelphia
Episode 5 with Dr. Tim Latham (aka the Mr of Laura Latham!)
Episode 13 with Wilhelm Engelbrecht
Follow Laura on Instagram
the Yogi Therapist website
the Yogi Therapist on Facebook
Follow me, the Yogi Therapist, on Instagram


Hear the episode on these platforms:

iTunes // Spotify // Google Play // Stitcher

Doctor of Chiropractic, Nutritionist, and Functional Medicine Practitioner Dr. Tim Latham, DC MS CSCS - transforming lives through conscious living

This man saved my life. Basically.

I’m so happy to be releasing this episode with Dr. Tim Latham, DC MS CSCS, a brilliant jack-of-all-trades. He’s got multiple degrees and areas of expertise, and he continues to learn all that he can about the ever-changing field of integrative health. I was fortunate to have connected with Tim after being diagnosed with a chronic pain + fatigue illness; through testing and non-judgmental conversations, he helped me make easy tweaks to increase my body’s ability to heal, recover, and thrive. I’d honestly never felt better!

This episode is chock full of great recommendations for anyone to improve their overall health, as Tim shares simple ways to increase one’s quality of life through nutrition and movement. We talk about the body’s resiliency, and challenging false beliefs one has about the body’s durability. Anyone who nerds out over science and health will love this episode!

Find Tim, his wife Dr. Laura Latham, and other integrative providers at their group practice in Boston at Back Bay Health & Performance, and you can also catch Tim as an adjunct faculty member in the Integrative and Functional Nutrition program at Saybrook University.

In this episode we hear:

  • all about Tim’s educational background and his many health degrees

  • about what exactly is an elimination diet and what the heck a FODMAP is

  • easy, accessible ways to improve one’s health

  • the body’s resiliency

  • how to challenge negative beliefs

  • what to expect in an appointment with Tim

  • how to avoid feeling overwhelmed when in the midst of a health revamp

  • how Chiropractic isn’t all about back cracking

  • about certain wellness fads and Tim’s thoughts on their validity

  • how mindfulness and breath-work are just as important to address as diet

  • about Tim’s self-care practice

  • some swears - yup, I’ve officially sworn/cussed/cursed on the podcast, folks!

Mentioned in this episode (aka, the “shotes”):

Back Bay Health & Performance
Craig Liebenson, DC
Dr. Ben House
Alan Watts
Sober Curious (book)
Making Sense Podcast by Sam Harris
The Runner’s Zone Podcast
You Are Not So Smart Podcast
Enlightenment Now (book)
Behave (book)
Endure (book)
Just Breathe (book)
American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
National Strength and Conditioning Association
Institute for Functional Medicine
Saybrook University’s Integrative and Functional Nutrition Program
Follow Tim and his wife over at Back Bay Health & Performance on Instagram
The Yogi Therapist website
Follow me, The Yogi Therapist on Instagram

Hear the episode on these platforms:

iTunes // Spotify // Google Play // Stitcher