Jam out with Mark Groves as he takes you on a journey to explore the juiciest parts of the human experience and what it’s like to live authentically in the modern world. You’re invited to lay down what you were taught and explore new viewpoints and discoveries in mental and emotional health, physical health and wellness, relationships and the human connection, and hot topics of the world. Open your ears and your eyes to The Mark Groves Podcast.
Today I welcome Dr. Ryan Pope, a neurostructural Chiropractor, men’s home birthing coach, and rites of passage enthusiast with a giant beardy smile and infectious laugh that lights up any room. He’s spent the last ten years exploring the edges of how to be a man in this world, with a focus on healing, personal growth, business, and the transition from boy to man and man to father. What sets Ryan apart from many modern health professionals is his unwavering trust in the innate capabilities of the human body to heal and bring forth new life naturally. This conviction stems from his incredible partner Amber's epic 35+ hour wild birth experience and over a decade of watching thousands of people heal naturally under his guidance and care. Alongside his hands-on healing and dedication to his local community through his chiropractic care, Ryan’s global mission is to empower men to unearth an unshakable trust in themselves, in nature, in the human body, and in life itself, contributing to a resilient, confident, and thriving family ecosystem. In this episode, Ryan shares his preparation for fatherhood and wild home birth experience, what he’s learned along the way, and how we can live more intentionally and deeply through our own personal experiences.
Today I welcome, Neale Donald Walsch, a modern-day spiritual messenger whose words have profoundly touched the world. With a lifelong curiosity about religion and a deep connection to spirituality, Neale embarked on a personal journey that led to his now-famous conversations with God. From these transformative dialogues emerged the "Conversations with God" series of books, translated into 37 languages, sparking life-altering changes in the lives of millions. This episode is a journey into the heart of profound spirituality and the potential for positive change within each of us.
I’m jamming today with Jennifer B. Wallace, an acclaimed journalist and bestselling author of "Never Enough: When Achievement Pressure Becomes Toxic." Jennifer, a mother of three, was struck by the toxic pressure surrounding high-achievement schools. Concerned about the impact on her own children, she embarked on a journey to understand and mitigate this achievement culture's harmful effects, resulting in her book, "Never Enough: When Achievement Cultures Become Toxic and What We Can Do About It." In this episode, we talk about toxic achievement culture and what parents can do to make their children feel seen, heard, and loved without that being contingent on their achievements.
In this episode, Drew shares his profound insights and wisdom on the journey to becoming your best self. Drew Canole has inspired countless individuals to lead healthier, more purposeful lives through his transformative work in the field of wellness and personal development.
Today I welcome Eric Zimmer, a Certified Interfaith Spiritual Director, podcast host, and writer, Eric Zimmer is endlessly inspired by the quest for a greater understanding of how our minds work and how to intentionally create the lives we want to live. Eric works as a behavior coach and has done so for the past 20 years. He has coached hundreds of people from around the world on how to make significant life changes and create habits that serve them well in achieving the goals they’ve set for themselves - and he teaches us some of his tried and true methods in this episode.
Diego inspires us to feel empowered in our ability to transform and uplevel ourselves, embrace change, and tap into our inner strength—not just to endure, but to thrive—unlocking a world of boundless possibilities. In this episode, he gives us tangible techniques that we can implement today to start thriving and creating an abundant life.
In this episode, we talk about the concept of self-loss that Sara addresses in her new book “It’s On You,” the concepts of taking radical responsibility for our own healing, and how we can start to find ourselves, love ourselves, and work towards creating an authentic life we truly love.
Today I welcome Natalie Miles to the show! Natalie, originally from the UK, is an acclaimed channel, psychic medium, writer and author of her best selling book “You Are Intuitive. Trust Your Truth. Take Back Your Power.” Her brand new podcast “Things That Die” is here to break the taboo on the death and endings we face in our lives. Natalie is here to inspire you to deepen the connection with yourself and the world around you to make more aligned conscious choices in your life. She’s not here to give you the answers or tell you what to do. But instead, to inspire you to feel confident in making the present and future decisions in your own life. She shares insight and guidance so you can move forward with confidence, trusting your own intuition. Her first podcast, “So You Think You’re Intuitive” was one of the top spiritual podcasts across North America with over 1.3 million downloads. Her intuitive work was also named by “Goop” as one of the best workshops to develop your intuition.
I've learned so much on this journey, especially the importance of consistency and speaking my truth, even when it's challenging. So in this solo episode, I invite you to embrace discomfort, challenge your limits, and commit to your full potential. Change yourself, change the world.
In this episode, I jam with my good buddies Stefanos, Connor, and Dan about masculinity. We share about our experiences as men growing up and in relationships, share revealing statistics about men today, explore male vulnerability and emotional authenticity, speak about our experiences in fatherhood, the impact of all of what men experience on their relationships and personal growth, and so much more.
Mark is one of the best, he will force you to look into yourself and see yourself in a way that can only make you better. Truly wonderful. Thanks Mark!!!!
Love this podcast!!! Never boring, always full of lightbulb moments!! And a great sense of humor too to keep the tough stuff light.
I find myself returning to this podcast again and again. As life has carried me through quite the journey the last few years, I find peace and understanding in the topics Mark covers and the way he approaches them. Often times I am moved to tears because I relate so deeply, or find myself simply feeling seen and understood. There is so much to learn here by simply listening.
I listen to many relationship oriented podcasts and there are many great ones. Mark’s is the best because of how he picks his guests, how the topics are relatable on so many levels, and how encouraging and inspiring he is. ❤️
Mark Groves says it perfectly every time, he is impeccable in the way he uses words to reach the deepest parts of your true self and does not hold back, always refreshing and empowering listening to him speak as well as with his guests. I will always recommend!
I absolutely love listening to everything Mark has to say! Just listen. It will change your life in many ways. It really has done that for me.
Mark groves podcast has truly changed my life and how I see the world. His words and the guests that he brings on his podcast are true inspiration to personal growth. ❤️
What a delight it is to listen to this podcast. I am in total admiration for the full spectrum discussions and enlivening conversations taking place here. Mark, thank you for sharing your truth and heart with us and all your guests for their brave and wondrous expertise on such potent areas of important and life changing topics. Keep the good energy flowing and thank you from the depth of my being. Rock on 🤙🏽