Cutting-edge, pioneering conversations on holistic women's health, including sex, birth, motherhood, womanhood, intimacy and trauma with doula, certified Sexological Bodyworker, Somatic Experiencing practitioner, and author of Call of the Wild and the Fourth Trimester, Kimberly Ann Johnson.
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In this episode, Kimberly and Bodhi discuss his work as a death doula at Doorway Into Light, Hawaii’s only nonprofit green funeral home and educational resource center, The Death Store. They discuss what green burials and ocean burials are and how th... more
In this episode, Kimberly and Dr. Elliot Berlin discuss his informed pregnancy focused chiropractic work. He explains noticing a rise in out of hospital births post-pandemic as well as an increase in hospital restrictions and inductions in hospital b... more
In this conversation, journalist Allison Yarrow and Kimberly discuss Allison's new book “Birth Control: The Insidious Power of Men Over Motherhood.” They go in depth about the culture and systems of perinatal birth care. They explore Allison’s extens... more
This podcast is a treasure trove of self health knowledge for women. Open conversations about what it means to be a woman and how to truly look after yourself and honour that experience. There are many rivers that lead into the sea, this one has the life raft for women to be together and learn and support each other on this journey. Listening to this podcast is a form of self care and sovereign self health.
Episode 188 is interesting…and then she talks about her daughter near the end. It changed the whole way I viewed the podcast and I won’t continue. She gaslights her teenage daughter on the podcast, sharing things without her daughter’s expressed consent. The content does not add to the episode in anyway, and does not feel necessary. If nothing else, it feels like whining about young people. She seems to demonize psychologists, then she walks her statement back a little, but not much. It’s truly ... more
I have listened to every episode, some of them more than once! I have received something from each one of them. I love the dialogue and exploration. I am inspired by Kimberly’s genuine curiosity and ability to question and co create with her guests.
Kimberly is the only podcast I listen too regularly. She is wise, compassionate and sees things with a brilliant perspective. Her guests are always incredibly knowledgeable with teachings that are so valuable to all humans. This is one of the few revolutionary podcasts that is NOT completely far fetched, disrespectful, steeped in white privilege or too heady to even follow. She is genuine, inclusive and her ideas matter. I appreciate you and your work so much Kimberly!
But I’m going to pretend they didn’t just mention reparations as motivation to pay off debt. Pay off debt because it’s crippling, and because your family can be building wealth much faster without it. Dave Ramseys debt free journey has been a blessing to my family. I’m the accountant and budgeting has been so freeing. Definitely work as hard and as long as it takes to remove debt from your life! It’s worth it. more
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