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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 Pam Shares: The importance of understanding our bodies and why self-exploration is crucial Feminism as it relates to social empowerment and education Embodied sex
What Matthew Shares: The impetus to ensure the information we intake pertaining to disease is factual Understanding the conflation between science and hope Why hope
EP99: Katie Friedman on Understanding Whiteness & the Relationship between Personal and Collective Healing
What She Shares: The historical foundations of the consolidation of whiteness Collective Healing vs. Personal Healing– How Are They Related– are they automatic? The timeline
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
What Sarah Shares: Her own history with an auto-immune disease and how she healed herself through dietary changes Pleasure as the
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,