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.
Decolonizing Breathwork with Christian Totty
In this episode I talk with Christian Totty (she/her) from LOAM Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine about working with the breath as it relates to liberation and decolonization. Christian is of Black and Cusabo ancestry. She was born, raised, and currently resides on the traditional homelands of Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo), Shawandasse Tula (Shawanwaki/Shawnee) and Myaamia (Miami) relatives in the NW Ohio region. This episode's community shoutout goes to the Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust. Resources mentioned during our conversation include: Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art by James Nestor and Decolonization is Not a Metaphor by Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang. You can also check out Christian’s resource library on her website and @christiantotty on IG for more info. Other BIPOC and Queer breathwork practitioners Christian recommends are Chauna Bryant and Jennifer Patterson of Corpus Ritual. For more info on my work and how to support this show visit linktr.ee/jameepinedahealingarts.
Decolonizing Yoga for All Bodes with Pooja Virani
In this episode, I ask Pooja Virani (she/her) about her journey with yoga, her ancestral practice, and what it means to decolonize it. You can find out more about Pooja’s work on her website at www.poojavirani.com or on Instagram @poojaviraniyoga. This month’s community shoutout goes to Jesal Parikh and Tejal Patel, co-hosts of the Yoga is Dead Podcast. Tejal also created ABCD Yogi to connect people with South Asian instructors. Show them all some love! For more info on my work and how to support this show visit linktr.ee/jameepinedahealingarts.
Valuing Ancestral Medicine Practitioners with Julz Bolinayen
In this episode, Julz Bolinayen (they/them) and I discuss what it means to value practitioners of ancestral medicine. You’ll also hear a bit of ear candy from Full Moon in Scorpio, a musical collab between Kimmortal and Julz. This month’s community shoutout goes to herbalist and birthworker, Ale Abreu (she/her) of Canoe Journey Herbalists. For more info on my work and how to support this show visit linktr.ee/jameepinedahealingarts.
Welcome to the Decolonizing Medicine Podcast with Jamee Pineda
This is the inaugural episode of the Decolonizing Medicine Podcast. I'll be introducing myself, the work, and answering questions from community about this podcast. I'll also be highlighting No Justice No Pride. Please check out their work and show them some love. If you'd like to support this podcast via Patreon or for more information about my work visit: https://linktr.ee/Jameepinedahealingarts.
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Jamee speaks from the heart on ancestral medicine with a focus on BIPOC healers. Essential listening.