16 episodes

The Decolonizing Medicine Podcast is exactly what it sounds like. I will be chatting with guests from a range of different healing modalities about their work and how it relates to decolonizing medicine. We will be highlighting the work of BIPOC in community with special emphasis on uplifting the work of queer and gender expansive people. For info on how to support this work visit: https://linktr.ee/Jameepinedahealingarts.

The Decolonizing Medicine Podcast Jamee Pineda

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

The Decolonizing Medicine Podcast is exactly what it sounds like. I will be chatting with guests from a range of different healing modalities about their work and how it relates to decolonizing medicine. We will be highlighting the work of BIPOC in community with special emphasis on uplifting the work of queer and gender expansive people. For info on how to support this work visit: https://linktr.ee/Jameepinedahealingarts.

    Queering and Reclaiming Birthwork with Anna Balagtas

    Queering and Reclaiming Birthwork with Anna Balagtas

    Anna Balagtas (she/her) is a Queer + Pinay femme radical birthworker, educator, facilitator, energy worker, and pleasure advocate. Anna is the founder of @pocketdoula and supports emerging birthworkers in radicalizing their practice through heart-centered mentorships, facilitations, and community organizing. She houses her practice under the decolonization of birthwork and transformative queer care. Her deepest joys come from witnessing her communities thrive through community care, mutual aid, and abolition work.This episode’s community shoutout goes to Anna’s mentees: Tasha (@nexuscommunitycare) and MaryAnne (@ating.kamay). Consider joining my Patreon to support this podcast and captioning. Salamat!

    • 30 min
    The Medicine of Story and Sailing

    The Medicine of Story and Sailing

    Clarinda (she/her/hers) is the founder of #thematriarchalbusiness and course educator of the new Decolonizing Business unit at MBU, Clarinda Tivoli is a child of Oceania - an iTaukei and Samoan woman and mother, born in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa, now living in the occupied Kingdom of Hawaii.Moved by the liveliness of Pasifika indigenous revival, Clarinda grows and evolves her personal business model and teachings from cultural wisdom about health, abundance and sustainability. Returning to the values and practices of many indigenous cultures in regards to land, economics, society and politics, Clarinda works actively to separate capitalism and colonialism from business, and has faith that this is being done in the growing, thriving collective movement to decolonize business.This episode’s community shoutout goes to Timaima Clawson (@embrace801). Check out Timaima's work and consider supporting!

    • 43 min
    Sacred and NOT Alternative with Rev Zionarrah

    Sacred and NOT Alternative with Rev Zionarrah

    Rev Priestess Zionarrah (@thehoelistichealthcoach), The H.eaven O.n E.arth H.O.E.listic Health Coach is an ordained minister, founder of Taste and See Heaven on Earth Ministries, ancestral medicine keeper and holistic health coach, and educator, Bringing Heaven to Earth by Honoring Heaven Within,Educating at the intersection between science, spirit, sex & sensuality, Their practice centers Afro-Indigenous Pleasure Based Hoelistic Healing & Expressive Artistry through the Activation of Ancestral Cellular DNA with Mystical Nourishment, Sexological Shamanism, Creation And Play. They specialize in holistic, functional nutrition, intuitive somatic bodywork, hypnotherapy, sacred sexuality, and an original/channeled energy medicine modality called Vocal Toning Energy Massage, The H.O.E.listic health coach integrates modern access with ancient ancestral mystical traditions. Community shoutouts go to: @biotunes, @the9mindsradioshow, and @tabernaclelife.

    • 44 min
    Researching Mental Health in the Diaspora with Joanna LaTorre

    Researching Mental Health in the Diaspora with Joanna LaTorre

    Joanna La Torre, LCSW (they/she/siya) is a gender / queer multi-ethnic Filipinx scholar activist from occupied Ohlone territory in California’s Bay Area. She is a PhD student at the University of Washington’s Indigenous Wellness Research Institute and is working on a culturally-embedded intervention for substance-misuse at a Native-American residential boarding school. Mx. La Torre’s research focuses on the movements of decolonizing Filipino/x/a’s in diaspora, disproportionate mental / health burdens of queers and people of color, and community-driven healing initiatives. Joanna’s clinical practice centers on work with children and families, particularly teens and young adults, and she has worked within child welfare, carceral, and medical settings. In her most recent role at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland, Joanna supported youth that are transgender, commercially sexually exploited, as well as those chronically impacted by racist policies.This episode’s shoutout goes to the Center for Babaylan Studies (@babaylanstudies)

    • 46 min
    Navigating Eating Disorder Recovery with Alex P

    Navigating Eating Disorder Recovery with Alex P

    CW: eating disordersAlex P. (they/them/dems) is Seattle-based and so Cali raised, doing healing and community organizing. Alex identifies as a Queer xicanx and they are not f*****g with the gender binary. In this episode you’re going to hear Alex talk about their ancestral medicine and their journey recovering from disordered eating. This episode’s shoutout goes to Alex’s Filipino crew, but more specifically:@anakabayanseattle@gabriellaseattle@malay.seattle@migranteseattleCheck them out and show them some love!

    • 34 min
    False Scarcity & Colonization: How Non-Compete Clauses Disrupt Medicine with Jamee Pineda

    False Scarcity & Colonization: How Non-Compete Clauses Disrupt Medicine with Jamee Pineda

    Have you ever heard of a Non-Compete Clause? In this episode I discuss what that is and why this replication of colonial values does NOT belong in medicine. This episode’s community shoutout goes to @Decolonizing_Fitness. Decolonizing Fitness is an incredible educational resource for coaches, trainers, studio owners, and anyone who is interested in unlearning toxic fitness culture. Decolonizing Fitness as a practice is about providing a supportive environment to individuals who have historically not felt welcomed in fitness spaces i.e. BIack people, people in larger bodies, people with disabilities, people with chronic pain, people over the age of 65 and people who are part of the LGBTQIA+ community. Please check out Ilya’s fantastic work and throw some cash their way.

    • 25 min

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