Lisa Lucca has a conversation with three women across America about their unique perspectives on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting their lives and communities.
Lisa Lucca shares opportunities during the pandemic to make this a meaningful time while we are at home. Tips for positive self-care, entertainment, learning, exercise, and virtual connection are discussed with meditation facilitator, Kathy Featherstone.
On this Friday the 13th, Lisa Lucca talks about superstitions, delving into how our beliefs are formed, and how they can be changed by shifting our perspective.
Lisa Lucca talks with Las Cruces author and illustrator, Amy Motto, about how an MS diagnosis led her on a path from therapist to publishing her children's book, Puppies Need Pockets.
Lisa Lucca talks with Verna, owner of Indigo Mermaid in Las Cruces about the practical use of crystals and essential oils for health and well being.
To continue this month of Art & The Heart, Lisa Lucca talks with Dr. Caryn Iverson, CNO and Emily Gomez of Memorial Medical Center, and artist Cynthia de Lorenzi about the For the Love of (He)Art Initiative and Cardiac SweetHeart Expo at MMC, and the healing power of art.
Lisa Lucca talks with the new owners of The Mandrake Fine Art & Botanica, herbalist Trisha McCaul and artist Michael Ponce, about their journey to creating a space in downtown Las Cruces that combines both their passions, and the joy in practicing what you love to do.
Lisa Lucca talks with her guest, Janet Petrine, about creating as a refuge during hard times and how it can help keep our dreams alive.
Lisa Lucca talks about Expectations, offering communication tools to create more harmonious relationships and diminish disappointment.
Lisa Lucca talks with Ozzie Godinez, CEO of PACO Collective cross-cultural marketing agency about evolving trends in our multicultural marketplace and workplace.