Heartseed Health Podcast
By Noah K. Goldstein, L.Ac. MSOM
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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.
||CleanBecoming Who We Truly Are - Interview with Reuvain Bacal||Learning how to live from your authentic self||9/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNatural Highs and the Complexities of Addiction with Avani Dilger||The Power of Ritual, Community, and Knowledge to create healthier addiction-free communities||4/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean09: You Can Heal - Eating for Optimal Health - Interview with Conscious Cleanse Co-Founder Jo Schaalman||the inspiring story of how Jo was able to challenge the medical paradigm to overcome a diagnosis of long-term disability and the role that yoga and nutritional therapy played in her recover.||3/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean08: Grief as a Catalyst - Interview with Wendy Stern, Founder of the Grief Support Network||“I experience grief as a catalyst, for really powerful change, for personal growth on so many levels”||1/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean07: Mindfulness and Meditation - Interview with Ben Gaibel, LCSW||In this episode we talk about meditation and mindfulness and how they cultivate our awareness and capacity to get the most out of life.||1/19/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean06 - The connection between sex, intimacy, and vulnerability - Interview with Daniel Lebowitz from the Intimacy Institute (Part 2)||We discuss: -Why it's important to be able to both "take the driver seat or the passenger seat" in bed and how a couple can explore both roles. -How boundaries are essential for healthy vulnerability. -How to identify your "intimacy threshold" and grow||8/10/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean05 - The connection between sex, intimacy, and vulnerability - Interview with Daniel Leibowtiz from the Intimacy Institute (Part 1)||Daniel and I transcend taboos to explore intimacy and vulnerability. We learn about Daniel's work as a sex therapist as he share insights, useful advice, and tips around how we can improve our relationships and sexual connections.||7/31/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean04: Red Earth Herbal Gathering - Interview with Astrid Grove and Leela Whitcomb-Hewitt||Growing Community, Nourishing Life, and Learning Herbal Wisdom||7/25/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean3: The Sacred Birth - Interview with Dakota Hindman, doula and ceremonialist with Matrescence Doula Services||A conversation about supporting families while they birth and the place of ceremony and sanctity in the transformative process.||6/19/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanE2: The Essence of Birth - Interview with Lo Kawulok and Nichole Didelot of the Community Roots Midwifery Collective||In this episode we’re exploring the midwifery model of birth. We’ll be talking with 2 midwives from the Community Roots Midwife Collective in Longmont, Colorado. All of us (as far as I know) were birthed onto this planet by our mothers one way or an||5/25/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanE1: Discovering Ourselves - Interview with Rachael Brody||We are excited to announce the Heartseed Health Podcast! This podcast is part of an endeavor to promote more connectivity and awareness throughout our community about beautiful health-inspiring events, people, projects, and organizations. You can think||5/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
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.