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Best Co Founder Of The School For Postpartum Care podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Co Founder Of The School For Postpartum Care podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Alicia Fajardo is the owner of Transformations Studio in Portland, Oregon and creator of The Fajardo Method of Holistic Biomechanics®. This modality focuses on nervous system health and biomechanics, which include body structure, alignment, and healthy, supported movement. Because biomechanics are dictated by the nervous system state, understanding…
 
In this roundtable episode, Jaguar alumni Meryl Yecies speaks about her experience with Jaguar and interviews 3 women who recently participated in the most recent Jaguar offering Jaguar in the Time of Cholera a course created to provide somatic tools and support during the quarantine.. Tune in to hear from Meryl, Leilani, Alissa, and Chessa as they…
 
What Sarah Shares: Her own history with an auto-immune disease and how she healed herself through dietary changes Pleasure as the antidote to stress Working from her creative center How to expand your meal repertoire What You’ll Hear: How our food cravings are often not what our bodies need Being attentive to what you might be needing from the food…
 
What She Shares: How the birth of her three children set her on her path Discovering ways to connect to your pleasurable sensations Practicing one minute of self-pleasure as a meditation What You’ll Hear: Healing birth trauma and changing the narrative Listening to the body and hearing its message Reclaiming your connection with your body through b…
 
What Rachelle Shares: Stepping into our next maturation level as adults How our experiences being gestated and born impact us through life Why the physiological birth requires safety and protection What You’ll Hear: Returning to personal authority and innate wisdom The long-ranging impacts of gestation and birth on an infant Creating healthy, high-…
 
What She Shares: Why psoas is a central part of birth Shifting from concept to physical movement in your tissues Psoas as innate expression Being coherent with nature Beginning your journey home to yourself What You’ll Hear: Consciously maintaining our agency throughout the birth continuum Separating cultural conditioning from our animal-ness Trust…
 
What Shannon Shares: Using astrology to survey time and cycles Why astrologers have been looking towards 2020 for many years What it means to see Jupiter and Saturn come together in Aquarius for the first time in 600 years What You’ll Hear: Examining planetary transits that have not culminated for hundreds of years Breaking down old structures so t…
 
Jane Clapp’s approach is to weave her diverse training in holistic and mindful strength and movement coaching with trauma-informed mindfulness and nervous system regulation interventions, transforming emotional and physical overwhelm into embodied strength, mobility, and vitality. What Jane Shares: How personal necessity inspired her on her path Di…
 
Find out the possibilities of what can grow and change in you, your life and your relationships as a result of the Activate Your Inner Jaguar class. In a roundtable format, women share about the unexpected transformations they experienced in their lives from the content, the spaceholding, and the group container or people coming together in a proce…
 
Dr. Zhaleh Boyd Philips is an intuitive healer, a Certified Vaginal Steam Practitioner, and a co-host of the Hot Steamy Podcast. She’s also a doctor in sociology specializing in human sex trafficking. Zhaleh was the magic behind all of the write-ups and graphics behind the Fourth Trimester Vaginal Steam study and has developed a vaginal steaming co…
 
What Kim Shares: How she used the beauty of imagery to stay in the heaviness of her memoir How studying archetypes helped her art make sense to herself Navigating major transitions by being with the tensions Her experiences with miscarriage What You’ll Hear: Examining all the parts of who we are and who we’re expected to be Feeling the tension of d…
 
Ash Robinson bootstrapped two of her own startups; raised over $12M in funding; sold to a public company right before the recession and consulted with hundreds of business owners and executives- most of whom were women. Ash started a company called Purpose to Profit specifically for women entrepreneurs to more effectively lead sustainable and wealt…
 
Michel Odent, MD, is a French obstetrician trained as a general surgeon known for his tireless research on how environmental factors present during pregnancy and birth affect babies, children, and our communities. He is the founder of the Primal Health Research Centre and authored the first articles on the initiation of lactation and the use of bir…
 
What She Shares: The relationship between slavery and modern medicine Learning to read between the lines of the medical literature produced during slavery The emotional strain of researching archives of enslaved people Her own gynecological experience as a black woman What You’ll Hear: The racist background of gynecology and obstetrics How the pres…
 
What She Shares: How her own postpartum story inspired her to learn and teach postpartum care The history of the school and about its founder, Ysha Oakes The layout of the Ayurvedic Doula program from the School for Sacred Window Studies What You’ll Hear: The lineage of the School for Sacred Window Studies Preventing postpartum mood disorders with …
 
Cleo Stiller is a multiple award-winning journalist who is a self-identified “relationship non-expert.” She is obsessed with exploring stories about health, gender, and technology among millenials. She recently authored the book “Modern Manhood: Complications Conversations on Being a Good Man Today.” What She Shares: Writing a book on manhood as a …
 
Jennifer Block is an award winning journalist, an advocate for women’s health care, and the author of books including “Pushed: the Painful Truth about Childbirth and Modern Maternity Care” and “Everything Below the Waist: Why Health Care Needs a Feminist Revolution.” She writes frequently about health, gender, and conflict of interest in medicine. …
 
Jenelle Marie Pierce is the Executive Director of The STI Project, the founder of the Herpes Activist Network, and is the spokesperson for Positive Singles. As an STI + Sexual Health Educator and content creator, Jenelle is dismantling STI stigma through awareness, education, and acceptance. What She Shares: The definitions of STI and STD, and how …
 
What She Shares: What is Jing, how it is developed, and how it affects us The Three Golden Opportunities available to menstruating people Kris’s personal journey as a mother of two children with autism, the effect it had on her health, and how she restored her wellness What You’ll Hear: Building on the Jing or Essence you’re born with Matching anci…
 
Jennifer Lang recently published an open letter as an OB-GYN who supports women who seek alternative, holistic, and awakened care. She has authored two books, “Consent: The New Rules for Sex Education” and “The Whole 9 Months: A Week-by-week Pregnancy Nutrition Guide.” Jennifer Today she speaks on her journey from ‘surgical cowboy’ to an advocate f…
 
Keli Garza, Steamy Chick, and Kimberly Johnson, Magamama discuss the results of The Fourth Trimester Vaginal Steam Study results. We are defining what postpartum recovery looks like. In this podcast we will walk you through the study design- what we did, how we did it, what the results are and what we think the groundbreaking implications of those …
 
Cece joins us fresh out of her 6 th grade Sex Education curriculum and offers insight and feedback on ways to make the process more comfortable, effective, and accurate. We also talk about the challenges of body image and learning to embrace both our flaws and strengths. Cece opens up about her experience as a bi-racial individual navigating school…
 
Steve Hoskinson was one of my Somatic Experiencing teachers and has since gone on to found Organic Intelligence. He hosts The End of Trauma podcast and has made democratizing nervous system information his mission. What Steve Shares: Seeing our humanness through the map of complexity science The importance of joy and pleasure in growth Information …
 
Katie Silcox is a yoga instructor and Ayurveda instructor who studied with world renowned teachers and became disillusioned by some of what she experienced in the yoga world. Her experiences allowed her to become more discerning and offer her students safety and freedom in their own practice. What Katie Shares: When the yoga she was doing wasn’t wo…
 
Summary:. Levina and Caleb have been journaling together about their sex life for nearly a year. They quickly discovered that creating this intimate and authentic space allowed them to learn more about themselves and each other, both within and outside of sex. They’ve been able to unearth and heal old dynamics, foster curiosity and communication, a…
 
Sabia Wade began her birth work with incarcerated people. A full spectrum doula, she is an educator, doula trainer and activist. She says there's no separating activism and birthwork and wants all people to have access to care. She is the founder of For the Village, a non-profit setting out to address disparities in birth and provide community for …
 
What Gia Shares: How her positive experience receiving sex education from her parents informed her path Differences between sensuality and sexuality What's essential for parents to know Her favorite part of her book What You’ll Hear: Defining your reality through language Approaching sex through sense-based experiences Building relationships on the…
 
What Azita Shares: Her own experience with trauma and how it shaped her personal and professional path How she received support to leave her abuser and begin treatment for her trauma How motherhood uprooted her sense of control Her fertility and birth journey What You’ll Hear: Understanding that relational abuse and trauma can take many different f…
 
What Kendra Shares: Her realization that there is no mythical ‘daddy’ figure that she missed out on The parts of single parenting that work really well for her The parts of her pregnancies that brought forward wisdom What You’ll Hear: Allowing the relationships in your life to be what they are, without searching for perfection When we relate to oth…
 
What She Shares: The history of women and psychiatry How some medical research data is currently being safely collected on pregnant women Her intention for her new book to be a preventative guidebook to reduce postpartum depression How her new podcast is intended for maternal health and support What You’ll Hear: How the scare around Thalidomide aff…
 
Rachelle Garcia Seliga, founder of Innate Traditions, http://www.innatetraditions.com/ancestral-grief/, shares: What is ancestral grief and how is it showing up postpartum Defining and finding community support as if your life depends on it, because it does How she found her life partner New forms, new paradigms, and new models in partnership and b…
 
Five women share their stories about what changed for them after taking the Forging a Feminine Path course. All of the women mention that understanding women's arousal was groundbreaking for them. Molly Coeling (pronounced Cooling) was able to claim her sexuality for herself, and claim the essence of who she is, through the course. She also found t…
 
It's possible to heal prolapse and not just "manage the symptoms." Prolapse is an increasingly common outcome of birth and postpartum practices. To work with prolapse, you need to understand the contributing factors. In this episode, Kimberly breaks down how to figure out what's contributing to your prolapse and how to deal with it.…
 
Jenna Furnari works as an Ayurvedic Postpartum Doula in the greater Los Angeles area. She offers phone consultations for families living elsewhere. Jenna hosts an online course to train other doulas, and also offers in-person trainings on Abhyanga, a grounding and gentle bodywork. “The first six weeks after birth really are the foundation behind th…
 
What She Shares: How the birth of her son was a psycho-spiritual death experience The rich depth of her postpartum experiences Practicing as a Zen Monk AND parenting About her new course “Write to the Heart of Motherhood” What You’ll Hear: Recognizing when you need to surrender, and when you need to stand in your strength Expanding your boundaries …
 
What Dr. Claudia Shares: Why the title of her book is actually backwards Her “aha!” moment when she was studying hormones The difference between sex hormones and stress hormones How our spiritual and emotional choices reverberate through our physical bodies What You’ll Hear: Understanding that your hormones don’t become imbalanced in a vacuum How W…
 
What Christine Shares: Her activism centered around the bodylessness present in our culture Translating your physical experience to your social interactions How embracing inquiry and challenges can support your well being How her understanding of the immune system impacted how she runs her psychotherapy practice What You’ll Hear: Incorporating soma…
 
What Lisa Shares: Her journey to understanding female fertility more fully after receiving incorrect information in school How to determine when you’re actually fertile The biology of the menstrual cycle and how different birth controls alter this The importance of male fertility in conception and how to boost male fertility What You’ll Hear: The r…
 
What Bari Shares: Her journey into perimenopause Learning to lose her shame around money Living through the ebbs and flows of income The phases she guides you through in her year-long money school What You’ll Hear: Responding to the body’s needs through intuitive eating and nourishing movement Respecting the natural ebbs and flows of energy Allowin…
 
What He Shares: Some of the golden rules of healthy relating The important ingredients to a flourishing relationship How to reduce drama in your relationship, regardless of structure His shift from ‘doing’ to ‘being’ What You’ll Hear: Moving into authenticity and vulnerability to allow a genuine unfolding within a relationship Discerning when to be…
 
Brigit is a licensed massage therapist, craniosacral practitioner, a trauma resolution therapist, and believes deeply in the magic of life and the wild wisdom of the body. She especially loves to work with people on boundary repair and stabilization. What She Shares: Sensing your own boundaries for invasions and working towards repair Working with …
 
What She Shares: Her varied birth and postpartum experiences Learning about nourishing food from her family Becoming a single mom of three and reweaving herself What You’ll Hear: The importance of practicing receiving and recognizing when we’re depleted Ways to slow down and reflect on your feelings so they don’t accumulate and overwhelm Approachin…
 
What He Shares: How he came into the path of intentional, sexual healing What a session in NeuroAffective Touch looks like Discovering your own preferences and those of your partner through Full Body Active Consent Working with his own mother to repair rupture in her nervous system How pleasure factors into his work What You’ll Hear: How the lack o…
 
Dan Doty is the founder of Evryman, a father, and a husband. He’s constantly delving into new depths with himself, his wife, and the men in his life. Dan has found incredible liberation through his work helping men connect with each other. What he shares: The core mission of Evryman His ongoing process of opening and exploration, and the feelings t…
 
What Holly Shares: Untangling hormonal birth control from feminism Why she was on the pill as a teen even before she was sexually active The positive effects the pill had for her The mental health affects the pill had on her Her journey discovering who she was without hormonal birth control What You’ll Hear: The cultural marriage between feminism a…
 
What She Shares: Why she believe the psoas should be considered an organ of perception How the psoas is connected to our emotional states and our nervous system How to find resiliency and tone the nervous system through movement and play What You’ll Hear: Why the psoas, more than any other structure, is expressive and doesn’t fit in a biomechanical…
 
What She Shares: The history of eating placenta Why single CDC case-studies on eating placenta aren’t as trustworthy as are own experiences How her own postpartum period was affected by returning to work after two weeks, being alone with her baby after Day 9, and living with undiagnosed Hashimoto’s How integrated postpartum care would be a dream fo…
 
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