On this very special episode today, Dr. Melissa Sell breaks down the 5 Biological Laws of German New Medicine. We go beyond the body/mind connection, and enter into layers of healing that are completely paradigm-shifting.
German New Medicine returns us to a simple truth- the body is ALWAYS healing, and is our wisest teacher. We discuss how to understand your individual symptoms, how healthcare can never be a "one size fits all", and how radical responsibility comes into play when rethinking sickness and healing.
On the podcast today, Chelsea tells us the story of her transition into autonomous, powerful motherhood after a hospital birth, pregnancy loss, and midwifery abandonment.
Her journey is one of animal medicine, spirit babies, radical birth keeping, & finding and claiming her center. She shares with us what it was like being on the road with her family for her last pregnancy and of her experience being attended in birth by a fellow Radical Birth Keeper School graduate.
Today I'm bringing you a very special episode, with the infamous and highly esteemed guest (and my best friend), Yolande Norris-Clark. Together, we share our origin story of becoming friends over the internet, and how we chose, from two different countries, to join forces to change the world. We share about the early stages of dreaming up the Radical Birth Keeper School and the lessons we've learned along the way. We get into our thoughts about making money, our numerous collective and individual supposed public scandals and how they've been entirely "for us", and we talk about the difference between...
Caitlyn is a midwife from South Africa who long dreamt of attending birthing women in integrity, but kept coming up against the hypocrisy of the medicalized midwifery world. She brings to us today her story of unraveling herself from the regulations and culture of licensed midwifery, how she navigated being investigated by the Department of Health, and how she found her way forward in authentic midwifery through taking The Radical Birth Keeper School.