from trauma to triumph: make light season 4, episode 6
Indrani Goradia, life coach, yoga instructor and founder of Indrani’s Light, an organization dedicated to eradicating gender violence around the world, joins me today. She shares her incredible story of growing up the victim of family abuse, breaking the cycle within her own family, and how coming in dead last in a triathlon at 50 began her journey to changing the world.
In this episode:
Indrani’s Light Foundation, Indrani’s foundation for helping women and children everywhere survive domestic violence.
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