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Welcome to Jaguar Bites: new solo episodes where I break down big nervous system concepts into bite-sized pieces. Jaguar Bites are meant to clarify some of the major ideas and misconceptions in somatic experiencing, polyvagal theory, sex education, as well as the birth world. These podcast episodes are for you. They are also for anyone who you don'…
 
In this episode, Sheri and Kimberly discuss female anatomy and arousal. Sheri shares that breathing, sound, and engagement of pelvic floor muscles enhance altered states of pleasure, similar to the experience of birth. Sheri shares the importance of how understanding female anatomy enhances arousal and the sexual experience in both child-bearing an…
 
Welcome to Jaguar Bites: new solo episodes where I break down big nervous system concepts into bite-sized pieces. Jaguar Bites are meant to clarify some of the major ideas and misconceptions in somatic experiencing, polyvagal theory, sex education, as well as the birth world. These podcast episodes are for you. They are also for anyone who you don'…
 
Summary An excerpt from the Jaguar Mother 2021 course, Metzli discusses the postpartum experience according to the Mexican Indigenous tradition in which she was raised. She describes the baño pos-parto (postpartum ceremony) as a rite of passage from birth to motherhood, where women are cared for by the community with sobada (massage), rebozo (bindi…
 
Summary Kimberly and Alisa discuss female biohacking as an under-researched field, leaving many women feeling that they aren’t meeting society’s demands. While culture largely operates according to the 24-hour cycle (circadian), the 28-day cycle (infradian) significantly impacts women’s energy, productivity, and overall health. Alisa demonstrates t…
 
Welcome to Jaguar Bites: new solo episodes where I break down big nervous system concepts into bite-sized pieces. Jaguar Bites are meant to clarify some of the major ideas and misconceptions in somatic experiencing, polyvagal theory, sex education, as well as the birth world. These podcast episodes are for you. They are also for anyone who you don'…
 
Welcome to Jaguar Bites: new solo episodes where I break down big nervous system concepts into bite-sized pieces. Jaguar Bites are meant to clarify some of the major ideas and misconceptions in somatic experiencing, polyvagal theory, sex education, as well as the birth world. These podcast episodes are for you. They are also for anyone who you don'…
 
Stephen W. Porges, Ph.D. is a researcher and professor best known as the originator of the Polyvagal Theory, a theory that emphasizes the importance of physiological state in the expression of behavioral, mental, and health problems related to traumatic experiences. He is the author of The Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological foundations of Emotion…
 
In Jaguar Bites, Kimberly draws from her new book "Call of the Wild" to break down some big nervous concepts into bite-sized pieces. The bites clarify some of the major ideas in somatic experiencing, polyvagal theory, sexual education, and the birth world. In this bite, Kimberly talks about how yoga and meditation impacts the nervous system is not …
 
Elizabeth Lesser is the author of several bestselling books, including Cassandra Speaks: When Women are the Storytellers, the Human Story Changes; Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow and Marrow: Love, Loss & What Matters Most. She is the cofounder of Omega Institute, recognized internationally for its workshops and conferences in well…
 
The Skill of Culture Building, The Making of Tribe, Spiritual Colonialism, and Grief Practice with Matthew Stillman. We dive into the big questions of where we are at in this point in time- what is community? How do we make it? Are we right to want tribe, and if so, what does that really mean? We also touch on the deepest parts of our connection fr…
 
Luisa Muhr joins me to talk about her work in Family Constellations Therapy, including intergenerational trauma resulting from the holocaust as well as racial trauma within the United States. We talk about the importance of community space in a therapy setting, why working within an energy field is so effective, and staying somatically engaged whil…
 
Liz Koch rejoins me for a third interview, this time to discuss whiteness and colonization in the body. We explore how those pieces show up in the physical body and sensory systems, why it matters, and the importance of physical movement in anti-racism. What Liz Shares: The interconnection between how we use our bodies and our racialization of bodi…
 
-Story of the Apollo/ Artemis birth -The role of twins in mythology- two sides of a coin -Artemis is the goddess of childbirth, when she is born, she immediately midwife’s her brother’s birth -Artemis- Moon Goddess, darkness, untamed; Apollo- Sun God, bright, civilized -How are these archetypes helpful in birth preparation? -Ordered culture over wi…
 
What Clelia Shares: Her journey with money coming from generational wealth Accepted gender roles within her community and her work with Mama Gena and Barbara Stanny Turning point in her journey about her role as a woman came with having an abortion How she came to terms with money, wanting to enter the “marble hall of the daddies,” and getting ther…
 
Kate White is an advanced bodyworker, perinatal educator, and somatic trauma resolution professional. She developed much of her work following the pregnancies and births of her own two children. She is the Founding Director of Education for the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and helps administer an online program for parents and …
 
James Nestor, author of “Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art” joins me to speak on all the ways facial structure, nutrition, eating habits, and industrialization have impacted humans’ ability to breathe, why it matters, and ways we can get back to the basics. What James Shares: Details of his years-long research into breath How he increased his f…
 
What You'll Hear: Definitions of sex + gender +intersex Sex is a functional category defined by the gametes you reproduce. Males produce sperm; females produce eggs. Sex is binary Gender is the social and cultural attributes and rules based on their sex Intersex is a mismatch between phenotype and genotype, or when sex based on observation is not o…
 
What Dwight Shares: Is this the worst, most contentious election in history? What should we do with our emotions during this time? Why is he spending his retirement working as a Mayor of a small town? How to decide where to donate, where to give money or time The historical role of the Supreme Court? What You Will Hear: Historical contention during…
 
What Bethany Shares: Bethany discusses her new book, “Strange Situation”, and why understanding attachment is so helpful Her personal journey as a mother and the re-evaluation and renegotiation of her own narrative Bethany gives her thoughts on modern attachment parenting What You’ll Hear: Bethany tells us about her book, “Strange Situation: A Moth…
 
What Shannon Shares: How astrological cycles affect our everyday lives Directing our understanding of astrology into personal growth The significance of Mars in retrograde and what we can expect in the coming months What You’ll Hear: 2020 forward from an astrological standpoint What is a retrograde? What does Mars represent? How do our actions, as …
 
What Pam Shares: The importance of understanding our bodies and why self-exploration is crucial Feminism as it relates to social empowerment and education Embodied sex education- Take Back the Speculum What You’ll Hear: What feminism is right now How to overcome being disempowered sexually Understanding what sex positivity really means “Take Back t…
 
What Matthew Shares: The impetus to ensure the information we intake pertaining to disease is factual Understanding the conflation between science and hope Why hope and hopeless are two sides of the same coin Why being “hope-free” is an important skill to learn What You’ll Hear: Germ Theory versus Terrain Theory Why have masks become political? Imp…
 
What She Shares: The historical foundations of the consolidation of whiteness Collective Healing vs. Personal Healing-- How Are They Related-- are they automatic? The timeline of the emergence of the new wave of identity politics and its impact What You’ll Hear: The role of collective and individual healing in race relations Beginning of “whiteness…
 
Alicia Fajardo is the owner of Transformations Studio in Portland, Oregon and creator of The Fajardo Method of Holistic Biomechanics®. This modality focuses on nervous system health and biomechanics, which include body structure, alignment, and healthy, supported movement. Because biomechanics are dictated by the nervous system state, understanding…
 
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