Thank you so much for being a guest on the Jōrni podcast. We truly appreciate your wisdom and the work you do. So, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to support this podcast.

There are 2 important steps to complete on this page.

There is a lot more great information to check out here, but if you are short on time, those are the really important bits in a nutshell 😀

Step 1

Book a recording time

Step 2

Fill out the guest form

Booking a Time

Please choose a date and time for your recording spot.

If you require a recording date outside of the calendar (Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii), please reach out and we'd be happy to make special arrangements.


Before the Interview

There are a few things to take care of before your recording date, so we have all the information for post-production. For any questions, please send us an email.


  • Complete the Guest Information & Release below. You will also receive a reminder 2 days before the interview.
  • Please note that we are unable to record if we do not receive the release. Due to strict privacy laws here in Europe, we need your explicit permission to record you and use that recording publicly.
  • If you do not have a link to your headshot for the form, please email your headshot to us.
  • Please have a look through the rest of this page, to answer any questions you might have and to check the tech requirements for the recording.

Filling out the Guest Form

If you have any questions about the guest form, please contact petra@thejorni.com. 

For your links, please list the complete link (https://...) for your website, social media accounts, podcast, and anything else you would like listeners to access in the show notes. Our team will copy the links out of the form for the show notes and if the links are not complete, listeners will not be able to click them. 

Recording the Episode

The podcast is recorded in audio format, and we record on Zoom. Feel free to turn your video off during the recording to free up bandwidth for the audio. We will only use the audio portion of the recording for the podcast.

Episode Format

The episode usually follows the below format in a fluid and flexible way. 

  • Petra introduces you to the podcast and asks you to share a little bit about your own story and how you came to do what you do.
  • The majority of the interview is centered around the topic and questions you provided in the guest form. 
  • Toward the end of the episode, Petra will ask you to share any programs or services you offer. Feel free to share any courses, programs, 1-on-1 sessions, group work, communities, newsletters, books, retreats, events, and your own podcast here. You don't need to provide the links during the recording, as we will post everything in the show notes. Just describe what you offer potential customers and how you can help them on their healing journey.
  • If you have a final nugget of wisdom or a last practical step you can leave listeners with, you can add that after your programs and services.

If you would like to know more about your host and interviewer, Petra Brunnbauer, you can find out more here.

During the Interview

There is no hard time limit on the interview time slot, but we would like to wrap everything up within one hour. The interview itself is usually 20-25 minutes. 

  • Please feel free to share as much or as little of your own personal story as you feel comfortable. Just keep in mind the timeline of the interview and leave some time to discuss your work and technique(s).
  • Try to keep the tone of the interview positive. Personal stories are emotionally charged and we would like to leave our listeners on a positive note with the hope of finding something that will help them.
  • The podcast is directed to women and holistic healing for sadness, anxiety, stress, and chronic pain. Please relate the technique you practice in some way to that topic, so the listeners can follow the theme of the podcast easily. 
  • Have lots of fun! The interview is not released live and we have time to edit. Have a great time, don't worry about doing everything right or perfect and let yourself shine! 

After the Interview

After the interview is finished, please keep your Zoom open for a few moments to ensure we can end the recording and prep the files for conversion. 

When will my episode air?

We record episodes on average 2-3 months in advance. This is to ensure the continued flow of the episodes. If you have a special promotion or a launch date coming up, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate the date for you. Please keep in mind that your episode will air some months down the road, especially if you talk about certain dates, deadlines, or launch dates during the interview.

You will receive an email from our team about 1 week before your episode air date with a private preview link and all the graphics, so you can promote your episode.


If you feel aligned to share or promote your episode, we would absolutely love to get it out to as many people as possible! About one week before your air date, you will receive an email from a Jōrni team member with a link to your promo folder. We usually include a copy of the episode, social graphics, and sound bites. Feel free to ask for anything else you would like that has not already been sent with your preview.

We will also tag you on Facebook, mention you on Instagram (and invite you to collaborate), and connect with you on LinkedIn when we promote your episode. You just need to "like" the Jōrni page on Facebook, so we can tag you and "follow" The Jōrni on Instagram, so we can mention you. If we are not yet connected on LinkedIn, please add Petra Brunnbauer or approve our request to connect when we reach out.