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This podcast for yogis, yoga teachers and wellness professionals provides cutting edge practical living and business wisdom for vibrant health combining ayurvedic philosophy, raw foods, wild edible plants, conscious business practices and practical tools for optimizing your healthcare and business for you and your modern yoga family.

Progressive and informed from ancient evolutionary wisdom, Cate Stillman conducts expert in depth interviews with experts in yoga, ayurveda, conscious entrepreneurship, eating raw, living foods and progressive family living. This podcast is packed with Cate's passionate workshops, conversations and uber practical yoga classes that makes an impact on how you feel, what you do, what you think and talk about and ultimately how you show up in the world! Join the Yogahealer community at yogahealer.com

Yogahealer Podcast Cate Stillman

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This podcast for yogis, yoga teachers and wellness professionals provides cutting edge practical living and business wisdom for vibrant health combining ayurvedic philosophy, raw foods, wild edible plants, conscious business practices and practical tools for optimizing your healthcare and business for you and your modern yoga family.

Progressive and informed from ancient evolutionary wisdom, Cate Stillman conducts expert in depth interviews with experts in yoga, ayurveda, conscious entrepreneurship, eating raw, living foods and progressive family living. This podcast is packed with Cate's passionate workshops, conversations and uber practical yoga classes that makes an impact on how you feel, what you do, what you think and talk about and ultimately how you show up in the world! Join the Yogahealer community at yogahealer.com

    Asthma

    Asthma

    Podcast Intro:
    The problem with the Western Medical model is when you have asthma, it's super scary because you can't breathe. We never actually get to the root of the problem of what is causing asthma. All we know is that it is a chronic inflammatory disease. 
    In this episode, we will be talking about asthma. We will be exploring the views of modern culture on asthma and the root of the disease. Cate will also share breathing exercises that will help expand your airways. Stay tuned.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    What do you need to understand about asthma? What’s the problem with the Western medical model right now? How can intermittent fasting help someone with inflammation? What is the frequency of shifting parasympathetic? Why is breathing through your nostrils important? Links/CTA:
    https://yogahealer.com/ https://yogahealer.com/allergy-relief https://yogahealer.com/free-workshops/ https://yogahealer.com/ayurveda-masterclass/ Highlights:
    Cate talks about the growing issue of chronic inflammatory diseases Cate shares breathing exercises Cate tells a story about chronic inflammation during the 1900s Timestamps:
    [03:01] Understanding Asthma [07:55] Exercising the Lungs [13:26] The Microbiome in the Lungs [18:33] Three-Part Inhale [23:15] Why physiology becomes hyper-responsive [25:17] The Death Rate of Chronic Inflammation [29:17] Chronic Psychological Shift Quotes:
    [01:12] “In modern culture, we get a scary diagnosis like asthma and then we get medication for that, which is chemical medication. In general, it's created by chemistry in the lab. And the issue is that if we don't understand the underlying cause. We never get to the root of the problem of what is causing allergies, asthma, or autoimmune conditions. If we don't get to the root of the issue, then what happens is that issues stack on top of each other.”  [07:23] “Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease. Trying to rewrite our program thinking asthma is something separate from chronic inflammation will remodel the pathways. It is important to understand that asthmatic airway are also characterized by remodeling a term used to define complex morphologic changes involving all the structures of the bronchial wall.” [14:13] “Bacteria, viruses, archaea, and fungi are there for the functionality of your lung tissue. They're not human DNA cells. They're bacterial and viral cells. When the microbiome of your lungs is happy and healthy, you're not inflamed. They actually eat the inflammation the microbes actually eat the viruses actually eat the inflammation.” [17:32] “When we do the easy things that make life harder in the long run that increases chronic inflammation.”

    • 34 Min.
    Allergies

    Allergies

    Podcast Intro: Many households struggle with allergies. Others seem to have no problem being in the outside world where there is a risk of having allergic reactions. But why is it that other people have allergies while others don’t? 
    With life-changing innovations in the medical industry, almost every allergy can be treated right away. But there are also side effects. In today’s episode, Cate is going to share how to get rid of allergies fast.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    What is the root cause of allergies? How can you get rid of your allergies fast? Why do you need to be concerned about chronic diseases? What’s the importance of knowing the nature of your microbiome health? What are the important lifestyle changes needed to be made by the whole family? How do different medical traditions look at allergies? Links/CTA:
    https://yogahealer.com/offer-allergy-relief/ https://www.yogahealer.com/free-workshops https://yogahealer.com/podcasts/ Highlights:
    Cate shared her experience of having allergies when she was seven years old Cate tells about her son who also had allergies when he is four years old  Cate says that Ayurveda will help you to know how the root cause of your allergies may be quite different than the root cause of someone else's allergies. Cate shares her thoughts on immunotherapy and allergy shots Timestamps:
    [01:55] The Issue with Allergies [08:32] How the Sinuses help fight Allergies [12:35] How to Decrease Chronic Inflammation [14:47] The Reason we are Reactant to Allergens [18:26] Allergies in Different Households [19:17] Finding the Root of Allergies [25:32] How Different Medicines React to Allergies [28:41] Cate’s Thoughts on Medicine that Reduces Histamine Surge in Allergies [33:41] Food Allergies [35:27] Immunotherapy and Allergy Shots [39:57] The Causes of Side Effects from Allergy Medicines Quotes:
    “Allergy medicines don't actually lower our allostatic load. If anything, they increase oxidative stress because they're naturally more acidic in our physiology. Many of the antihistamines will also have side effects that let us know that there's actually an increase in load on our system. Side effects might be drowsiness, dry mouth, blurred vision, or headaches.” “If we don't have fermented foods and enough fiber in our diet for the microbiome and the colon to thrive on, what happens is our oxidative stress starts to happen cellularly in the digestive tract first. Allergies are complicated. But you want to get to the root cause of it. When you do, you get all these side benefits instead of having all these side effects.” “The longer you do intermittent fasting, the more you can break all food combining rules. But if you have allergies or autoimmune conditions, you have to nurture your digestion and pay attention to food. Combining these basic rules of food combining can be a total game-changer.” “The body's super intelligent. It's hyperreactive to the environment with allergies. What it's trying to do is try to flush out some of the inflammation. It's trying to enter deeper levels of hydration and flow. When we take the anti-histamine, it actually disrupts the body's natural response to flushing out the allergen and also flushing out the inflammatory response.”

    • 42 Min.
    "My biggest win is shedding 18 pounds since January.... and I’m healing Lupus” with Body Thrive member Laura Waite

    "My biggest win is shedding 18 pounds since January.... and I’m healing Lupus” with Body Thrive member Laura Waite

    Podcast Intro:
    How would you feel if your doctor diagnoses you with an Autoimmune disease? How would you be able to face that reality? These types of questions are the reality that is faced by many.  
    Many believe that detoxing and creating a positive environment can help “undiagnosed” their autoimmune disease. Repairing the DNA to reverse the diagnosis might sound like fantasy, but it is true and very possible in Laura's case. Tune in as Laura shares her insights and experience in facing her autoimmune disease.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    How can you prevent yourself from putting things in your body that won’t be going to be any good? How can you do more with less? Are the studies done with diet and lifestyle modifications? What are the habits that work for Laura? What would Laura recommend? Links/CTA:
    Check out our FREE Workshops Upcoming Live Events Highlights:
    Cate says that when she is in the group doing a thing, whether it's a challenge, or whether it's the yogi detox, there's this invitation into depth and it feels like a current or it feels like a gravitational pull. Cate always finds with herbal medicine that if you're not getting the effect, increase the dose, increase the frequency, and see what it can do.    Cate shares her interview with Peter where he devoted his life to understanding the community. Timestamps:
    [01:49] Facing the Challenge [04:27] What made the Difference [06:23] Commitment to a Community [09:01] Symptoms of Laura’s Autoimmune Disease [13:41] Are studies about Lupus done with Diet and Lifestyle Modifications? [15:34] Understanding Community [16:41] Laura’s Current Habits [19:31] Do Autoimmune Diseases require the Body more Rest? [25:16] Wild Habits [28:11] Laura’s Advice for People with Autoimmune Disease [29:56] Having a Healing Team Quotes:
    “Every time I would get stuck or I'd want to eat something that wasn't the best for me, I would just consider how I would want to feel tomorrow. Doing that prevented me from putting things in my body that was only good for a minute or two and then they weren’t going to be any good later on.” “Connect with as many people as you can and ask questions. The doctor cannot just put all your eggs in one basket.” “It was really finding out from other people who weren't doctors that got me to ask the important questions.”

    • 34 Min.
    One Year of Urine Therapy: Cate Stillman with Megan MacDonald

    One Year of Urine Therapy: Cate Stillman with Megan MacDonald

    Podcast Intro:  Is it possible to drink your own urine and be healthy? The idea of putting something back into the body that the body appears to be discarding may sound weird at first.  But what we don’t know is that drinking urine or “Shivambu” has many benefits. Throughout history, our ancestors have been using urine to treat illnesses and improve their overall health. 
    In the treatment of chronic diseases, urine therapy has proven to be a highly effective and drug-free alternative. It can be adopted by anyone including young children. The sole ingredient required is a material produced by the body itself and rich in mineral salts, hormones, and other important substances. But how can you ensure that the wastes flushed out with your urine aren’t taken back in? Why is urine regarded as the best tonic available for the immune system?
    Megan MacDonald is one of the many people that has been doing Urine Therapy. She shares with us how it changed her life and why people should not stigmatize the practice.  Learn there is to know about Urine therapy.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    Why Cow Urine is Beneficial to the Body Why Drinking Urine Boosts Overall Health How Our Ancestors Learned About Shivambu  How Society is Learning More About Shivambu Links/CTA:
    https://yogahealer.com/ https://www.yogahealer.com/allergy-relief https://yogahealer.com/book https://yogahealer.com/free-workshops/ Highlights:
    In Sanskrit, words matter. There's nothing random about that language in general. It's not like a new word becomes a hit because a bunch of teenagers made it up and it became cool later. So you're dealing with ancient languages that have a lot of intentionalities based on vibration and based on deep historical meaning.  Cate says that during a Bitcoin conference, she and other people were talking about drinking urine. That means that drinking urine is already out in the biohacker community. Cate says that it will take the edge off for people who are curious and looking to learn about drinking urine and those who might not be at the biohacker level. Cate says that she is much more curious about Cancel Culture and its edginess. She wants to know if it matters in society if one cannot stand for truth. Timestamps:
    [00:36] Starting in Urine Therapy [03:36] How Megan Describes Urine Therapy [06:50] Where it Clicked for Megan [11:30] Shivambu: Words Matter [16:08] The Benefits of Cow Urine  [18:24] The conception of ancient medicine traditions should be evolving Quotes:
    “Don't pretend you know something you don't. It's the same thing with someone who's done online courses for 10 years versus someone who's been in it for a year. If someone has a practice with something, that's really different from me writing a book on it and trying it a few times.” Guest BIO: Megan MacDonald
    Megan Macdonald’s combined training in both holistic health (yoga, meditation, reiki), and the academic study of ritual and belief provides a broad foundation to draw from with all of her clients. It was curiosity about her own chronic pain as a teenager that led to investigating over 20 healing modalities. As her health improved, she started to not only feel the benefits in her own body and mind but see the changes that deep health brought to every aspect of life. She is certified in Hatha, Yin, and Restorative Yoga, and has been training with Mada Dalian to be a facilitator of the Self-Healing Dalian Method. This is profound work on the unconscious, beliefs, the shadow, and the ego. She also teaches the ancient practice of Shivambu (urotherapy). She offers multi-week programs to help people improve sleep, and digestion, develop healthy habits, promote well-being, and raise consciousness.
    Her background in theatre, and organizing and delivering national high-profile events and ceremonies for the Government of Canada helped develop her knowledge of social rituals. Megan has a Ph.D. in ‘The Performance of Belief’ from Queen

    • 22 Min.
    What is Medicine? Cate reads from WILD HABITS on Chronic Inflammation, the Pharmaceutical Epidemic and How to Heal

    What is Medicine? Cate reads from WILD HABITS on Chronic Inflammation, the Pharmaceutical Epidemic and How to Heal

    Podcast Intro:
    Taking medication is a normal part of many people's daily routine, and these medications are used to treat disease and promote health. Although medications can help you feel better and recover, it is vital to understand that all medications, both prescription and over-the-counter, have risks as well as benefits.
     
    The advantages of drugs are the beneficial results they provide when used, such as decreasing blood pressure, curing infection, or relieving pain. But what are the chances that anything unfavorable or unexpected may happen to you if you utilize them? How can you assess the risks and advantages while deciding which medications to use? How can lifestyle change, diet, and medication help you control chronic diseases?
    When the advantages of treatment outweigh the known hazards, the FDA considers it safe enough to approve. However, before using any medicine, as with many other things you do on a daily basis, you should weigh the benefits and risks in order to make the best decision for you.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    The study of drug versus lifestyle changes in patients FDA is mechanized to protect big pharmaceutical companies How drug advertisements are unregulated How drugs are not tested with diets and lifestyle changes for efficacy. What is the placebo effect How wild habits organize you What are the unconventional habits are your best medicine How chronic inflammation is driven by habits The devastating effect of the microbiome that leads to dementia Links/CTA:
    Upcoming Workshops: Yoga Health Coaching - May 4 Master of You Workshop - May 12 - 13 Body Thrive - May 5 Living Ayurveda Course - June 9 Join Cate’s LIVE Workshops: Lisbon Live Event (Lisbon, Portugal) - June 3 - 5 Alta Live Event (Alta, WY) - July 28 - 30 Highlights:
    Cate encourages listeners to know more about what a particular disease and its chronic symptoms look like so you can make a distinction between chronic inflammation over acute ones Cate discusses that the generational split is around 30% of adolescents 50% of adults 85% of elders who overconsume drugs according to statistics. Cate talks about Modern Medicines are formulated to treat acute conditions rather than chronic inflammation Cate talks about the relationship between microbiome and serotonin Timestamps:
    [01:56] What is Medicine? [05:33] Pharmademic  [06:14] How drugs generate sales through media advertisement [06:42] The Gloom to Bloom Ads [07:26] Cures and Curses: The controversial history of pharmaceutical advertising [09:12] Drug Side effects when not coupled with lifestyle changes [10:07] Allopathy [17:23] Relationship between Chronic Inflammation and Habits [18:39] Disrupted Microbiome [19:50] Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue in the Body [21:11] Mental Chronic Fatigue Symptoms [22:21] Allergy Medication Quotes:
    “Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity.” “If you're tapped into your senses and nature every while that human medicine is everywhere, from your own mind to walking outside to harvesting invasive weeds in your ecosystem.” “If you have symptoms or a disease of chronic inflammation, you may be more vulnerable to promises of drugs marketed by pharmaceutical companies, driven by profit for shareholders.” “There's an entire mechanism established for testing drugs. There isn't an entire mechanism established in terms of scientific rigor for testing lifestyle changes.” “It just doesn't make sense to me to allow a drug to be advertised as preventing cardiovascular disease. When you have included lifestyle changes as an arm in the study. It's just so crystal clear that the purpose of the study is to sell the drug. It's not to prevent cardiovascular disease.“  “We know why drugs can't get to the root generation of chronic inflammation, but can alter how the body responds to chronic inflammatory habits. But how overdosed are we and does that hinder reversing chronic?” “Humans as a

    • 25 Min.
    How to Build Community with Peter Block

    How to Build Community with Peter Block

    Podcast Intro:
    Building a community could be a tough job. Everyone inside the community must have similar interests so you could have a strong relationship with one another. Inside your community, you can engage and help one another and bring impact. 
    The world can be simplified into two groups: the group that follows their desire and follows the people who know about something they want and the group that doesn’t.
    Always remember, being with other people helps you grow faster. Being in a community is better than evolving individually.
    What you’ll get out of tuning in:
    How to build and transform your community? How does a community evolve faster than individuals? How does goodwill brings the opportunity to make a difference How do you bring your experiences into your family or friendship? How do you stay vulnerable? What are the symptoms of isolation? Links/CTA:
    Our FREE Workshops >> Click here Join Yogidetox by Cate Stillman www.designedlearning.com Common Good Collective www.peterblock.com Book: Community: The Structure of Belonging Paperback by Peter Block Highlights:
    Cate learned in collaborative leadership to let the structure around the community bear the weight, rather than the weight on her as the leader. Cate shares what she noticed how people have the desire to learn more and be with someone who knows best about something that they want. Cate discovered in her work that communities evolve faster than individuals. Cate noticed that wellness pros have a hard time-making Group Dynamic or Community Dynamic Cate emphasizes how in today’s culture, people have given up on how their life matters. Timestamps:
    [00:43] Introduction [02:33] Transforming Community [06:05] Collaborative Leadership [09:31] Spiritual Influences [10:34] There’s Nothing Wrong with You [12:17] The Shift in You [16:10] Community Evolves Faster than Individuals [23:24] How do you bring your experiences into your family or friendship? [24:24] Assumptions about Identity [29:47] Where can your goodwill make a difference? [39:27] Distinction between Problem Solving and Possibility. [42:53] Scale of Evolution [44:06] Wormholes in Time [46:49] Symptoms of Isolation [49:26] Attention Economy [50:16] The Need for Support Groups [51:11] Closing Quotes:

    Most of us get trapped in working on ourselves for a long period of time and then when we go out into the world, we go out as individuals - evolved individuals Consensus forces people to lie. Speed is an escape from everything you stand for. Everybody thinks “oh, the world is more complex.” It’s not complex, it's just, that you're alive now and so you magnify his difficulty. There are good things called existential guilt. I've chosen life and a path and I will live with the consequences. You don't have to earn your right to be here. All you have to do is show up. You can get everything you need and walk in the distance Once you've discovered that you're not crazy, you're not alone and there's nothing about you that needs fixing, then the habits become a nightmare and possible change. Guest Bio: Peter Block
    Peter Block is an author and citizen of Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a partner in Designed Learning, a training company that offers workshops designed to build the skills outlined in his books. His books include Flawless Consulting, Stewardship, The Answer to How Is Yes, Community, The Abundant Community, and The Other Kingdom. Peter is a founder of the Common Good Collective, is part of the Economics of Compassion Initiative of Greater Cincinnati, and is a member of his local neighborhood council. He serves on the board of LivePerson, a provider of online engagement solutions. His work is in the restoration of the common good and creating a world that reclaims our humanity from the onslaught of modernism.
    Co-owner, The Transforming Community - 
    Peter Block is an expert on community. He discovered that you need to pay attention to what you really give a shit about. On the give

    • 53 Min.

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