Muse Lokajickova is an incredible practitioner of medicine for the generative systems. What does that mean? She explains it in her first podcast interview extremely clearly. Take a listen.
Dr. Laura Brayton, host of the Well-Adjusted Mama podcast, is a chiropractor at the Brayton Birth Method in Hoboken, New Jersey. This interview crossed not only countries but continents, as Muse lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
This conversation weaves from the nervous system, the breath, expansion of the idea that the generative organs not only the origin of a new life in the form of a baby, trauma stored in the pelvis, resolution of emotional material (even when we are unaware of what that is), the global issue of colonialism, and more.
Curious about CranioSacral Therapy? Listen in to my Etienne Peirsman’s wonderful interview with Laura Poole on the Mahasoma Podcast. To learn more about how podcast bookings can grow your reach, click here.
“In this episode we are very excited to have Etienne Peirsman share with our community his life’s work. Etienne has spent over 40 years developing and teaching Craniosacral, which is a profound technique that incorporates meditative depth into therapy. In this episode we speak about what craniosacral is, the therapy side and the ‘non-doing’ meditative side, and how Etienne’s near-death experience brought him to the practice. We also explore how to heal our hearts to let love flow, a new way of working with trauma and the healing power of doing nothing. Laura and Etienne speak about how craniosacral has changed people’s lives, how we can learn to give craniosacral to ourselves and others, and finally Etienne shares his greatest passion – teaching craniosacral to kids, and he speaks about the importance of birthing our children in non-violent ways.”
“This week, Jess interviews Heather Vaughan, an ayurvedic practitioner and conscious media manager. Heather shares her glow up story, including her health struggles with ankylosing spondylitis, how Western medicine wasn’t the answer for her, and how that ultimately led her to where she is today with her healing and career treating complex cases.”