17 episodes

Together we'll learn to cultivate deep health of body, mind, and spirit. We explore medicine rooted in spirit and grounded in science and strive to help healthy individuals create healthier communities. In this podcast We explore topics from mental-emotional health and relationships to diet, lifestyle, and exercise always seeking to include multiple perspectives. We'll talk about integrative and holistic health practices and philosophies and leave you with tangible and useful takeways. Ultimately, as we will cultivate health and promote more connectivity and awareness about beautiful health-inspiring events, people, projects, and organizations.

Heartseed Health Podcast Noah K. Goldstein, L.Ac. MSOM

    • Alternative Health

Together we'll learn to cultivate deep health of body, mind, and spirit. We explore medicine rooted in spirit and grounded in science and strive to help healthy individuals create healthier communities. In this podcast We explore topics from mental-emotional health and relationships to diet, lifestyle, and exercise always seeking to include multiple perspectives. We'll talk about integrative and holistic health practices and philosophies and leave you with tangible and useful takeways. Ultimately, as we will cultivate health and promote more connectivity and awareness about beautiful health-inspiring events, people, projects, and organizations.

    Reclaiming the Birthright of Embodiment - A Conversation with Hannah Kinderlehrer founder of Rise and Thrive Coaching

    Reclaiming the Birthright of Embodiment - A Conversation with Hannah Kinderlehrer founder of Rise and Thrive Coaching

    In this honest conversation, Noah and Hannah Kinderlehrer talk about the path to embodied wholeness and how to cultivate the qualities necessary to stay the course.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Dancing to our True Nature - A Conversation with Melissa Michaels, founder of GoldenBridge and Movement Mass

    Dancing to our True Nature - A Conversation with Melissa Michaels, founder of GoldenBridge and Movement Mass

    Melissa Michaels, Ed.D., is the Founder and Director of SomaSource® Educational Programs, Surfing The Creative® International Rites Of Passage Programs, and Golden Bridge, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving and empowering the lives of young people through rites of passage, mentoring, and community support based in Boulder, CO.
    Get the full show notes at www.heartseedhealth.com/podcast

    • 56 min
    Emotional Resilience and Adaptogens - Conversation with Rasa founder Lopa van Der Mersch

    Emotional Resilience and Adaptogens - Conversation with Rasa founder Lopa van Der Mersch

    In this episode, we talk to Lopa van der Mersch, founder of Rasa, a company that’s created medicinal herbal brews that serve as a coffee substitute. The blends are chock-full of adaptogens and support emotional resilience. To learn more about adaptogens and emotional resilience go ahead and take a listen…

    • 43 min
    Ayurveda and Musical Medicine with Sara Emmitt

    Ayurveda and Musical Medicine with Sara Emmitt

    “I define health as happiness, I think that they ride in tandem. And for me, happiness and health is being embodied. I'm really living in my body if I'm really here and present. That's when I find health and happiness.”

    Sara’s personal healing journey and how she discovered and fell in love with Ayurvedic medicine.

    “I was terrified of my own voice, and was wading in these deep waters of trying to find myself and terrified of who I was who I am. And My voice is such a huge part of who I am. So for so long, I pushed it away out of fear. Until finally I I got so sick that I couldn't deny it anymore. I actually had tumors form in my, at the base of my neck, this perfectly beautiful place That is the channel from my heart to my mouth, where my voice comes from. And this block shows up there and it's like, Oh, perfect, Thanks for, for really showing me what's going on here. And the greatest medicine to healing myself from this and it ended up being a pretty aggressive type of cancer was to sing. I literally sang myself into wellness. “

    The darkness and confusion of the post-adolescent pre-adulthood period where one is a “Wanderer in the Cocoon.”

    How Ayurvedic medicine treats illness.

    This beautiful medicine has been passed down through through the vocal cords and through this heart resonance. And the sutras all basically tell us the different angles in which to heal ourselves through Earth medicine. It's just incredible. I'm so grateful that I found it. It's perfect.

    What a typical Ayurvedic consultation looks like.

    So the three main doshes are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. And each of these doshas basically create us, and they do this beautiful dance within our body and every single person has their own unique combination of the doshas, even though there's three of them, there's no single person in the whole entire world who express their doses the same way as someone else. We're snowflakes.

    Some practical tips for treating insomnia and constipation from an Ayurvedic and Chinese Medical Perspective

    Why Oil and Ghee are amazing and why you should rub oil all over your body before you take a shower! (And how it can help you if your arthritis).

    Sara’s Music “Moon Over Mountains” on Spotify and iTunes.

    To Get In Touch with Sara: emmitts16@gmail.com

    • 54 min
    Healing Trauma and Post-Traumatic Growth - with Katie Asmus, a nature based somatic psychotherapist

    Healing Trauma and Post-Traumatic Growth - with Katie Asmus, a nature based somatic psychotherapist

    Summary:
    - Katie explains in depth what trauma is and how it impacts the brain, and why and how trauma causes us to see the world as a threat.
    - We talk about how and why trauma “disorients us from health.”
    - We explore the parallels of the Eastern and Western models of trauma.
    - Katie explains what EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is and how it helps with the process of healing trauma.
    - We look at how trauma can cause us to shut off parts of ourselves and make our lives more limited.
    - We see how sometimes traumas can serve as an opportunity for growth.
    - Katie explains the “Rite of Passage” that can follow a traumatic experience and the possibilities it creates for post-traumatic growth.
    - Noah and Katie draw parallels to the process of becoming a parent as a Rite of Passage.
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    Full Show Notes and Transcript available at heartseedhealth.com/podcast

    • 48 min
    The Intersection of Functional Medicine and Shamanism - A Conversation with Tracy Shulsinger, Holistic Nurse Practitioner

    The Intersection of Functional Medicine and Shamanism - A Conversation with Tracy Shulsinger, Holistic Nurse Practitioner

    In this fascinating conversation, Tracy Shulsinger and I explore what it really means to heal and find health.

    • 58 min

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This podcast is a wonderful exploration of what it means to be mindful and authentic. The host, Noah, is warm and gentle with his guests and with his listeners. He allows his guests to express themselves openly. And he sets a tone for his listeners to take the pieces that are meaningful to us and learn new perspectives.

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