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Love. Power. Play. Wildness.
They’re all key elements of our humanity, collectively and individually. But we don’t talk about them. At least not in ways that matter. But leaving these topics largely in the dark does no one any favors. If we want to build the world we want to live in, we have to be willing to engage with our whole selves — beautifully powerful, paradoxical, and above all, wild.
Sex, Birth, & Trauma is your invitation to join this conversation at a deeper level as we ask the big questions about how we can be more human, and more humane in our relationships, and reconnect with our primal wildness.
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The Latest Episodes
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
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
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
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
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,
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
What Kim Shares: How she used the beauty of imagery to stay in the heaviness of her memoir How studying archetypes
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
EP85: Michel Odent on Becoming Bilingual in Intuition and Science, Learning to Phrase New Questions, and the Socialization of Birth
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
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
What She Shares: How her own postpartum story inspired her to learn and teach postpartum care The history of the school