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Monday 27 September 2021

Saturn Returns With Caggie: Calling Out To Millennials As Spirituality & Wellbeing Podcast Is Set To Go Live @ Komedia Brighton

Saturn Returns is a spirituality and wellbeing podcast hosted by Caggie Dunlop, exploring the astrological transit you experience from ages 27-30 (and again at 57-60). The podcast is set to go on tour and will visit Brighton Komedia early next year.

Capturing the attention of millennials who have an appetite for the esoteric, this show deep dives into personal development through the lens of astrology. 
 
The podcast has seen exceptional growth since its conception in May 2020. 

Launching with a conversation with author and journalist Elizabeth Day, Caggie has become a trusted voice to her ever growing and loyal community. 

Inundated with messages of thanks and alliance, the conversations broached by the podcast have created an engaged fanbase of listeners which spreads from the UK, US and Australia. 

Astrology, Relationships and Podcasting, with Caggie Dunlop

With the launch of the highly anticipated Season Four, Saturn Returns has elevated to new heights, reaching over 1.1 million downloads. 

This season showcases a lineup of guests which include: Estee Lalonde, Brita Fernandez Schimdt and Mo Gowdat. 

The topics explored this season range from Body Sovereignty, Intuitive Eating how we can cultivate self-trust to deepen self-mastery to reclaiming our sexuality.

Saturn Returns With Caggie at Brighton Komedia on 10th February 2022. CLICK HERE for tickets.

by: Mike Cobley




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