The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a weekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients & healers about complex reproductive medicine & women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about & uncomfortable talking about & my personal favorite... WINE!
This is the first episode in the series of the Good Gynecology Project. There is a worldwide women's health crisis due to the pitfalls of modern gynecology. Rather than wait for the overall situation to get better or continue trying to improve a system that is inherently sexist, racist, and patronizing, the Good Gynecology Project establishes a new framework for care. Better models of care already exist in the work that its members do. As a group, they are defining what the ideal system of care looks like by making it accessible and favored by the masses. The Good Gynecology Project is. . . reimagining gynecology from the ground up.
Intuitive healing is a diverse method of intentional and appropriated actions, complementary healing methods, and insights utilized to assist in the restorative process of individuals. This is done through the ability of the intuitive healer to connect to a higher power and life force energy. The intuitive healer has a vast understanding of how the body’s natural energetic fields work and flow through the system and channels of the individual. Intuitive healing is a method that encompasses and works on the whole of the person on the emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual level.
Dr. Zhaleh Boyd Phillips is a sociologist, slavery scholar, mystic, and intuitive healer. She seeks justice and joy in equal measure and her banana bread is... BOMB!
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