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Heartfelt conversations with holistically oriented manual therapy teachers and mindful experts in related fields.

We explore advanced techniques and new modalities and bring together wisdom from around the globe.

See our live and recorded podcasts below.

LIVE PODCAST
Tuesday, 28 May 2024 at 18h UK time
with Lorraine Chamberlain and Nat Lang

Shamanic Practice And Plant Spirit Energies

In this talk Natalie will explore with Lorraine all forms of Shamanic healing. They will discuss methods that restore and balance harmony within a person, bringing a sense of reconnection to one’s self and promoting the bodies regenerative self-healing ability to return to a place of wholeness.

Lorraine has over 30 years of experience working as a spiritual healer, yoga teacher, RGN nurse and massage therapist. Lorraine studied herbalism, plant and spirit medicine practice, West African spiritual medicine and divination. She is a shamanic healer and completed her practitioner training with Northern Drum

LIVE PODCAST
Tuesday, 11 June 2024 at 18h UK time
with Maxine Matthews and Nat Lang

Using Discernment And Curiosity In Yoga Practice

Developing Practice in an authentic way, reflects how Yoga was once taught, with teacher and student coming together with openness and curiosity.

In this talk Maxine will discuss with Natalie why Yoga classes should be more about direct experience rather than intellectual learning, and not just being allowed to slip into simply exercise or performance.

Focusing our awareness, moment to moment, on clear simple movements, can bring about a deep sense of calm as we each attend to what is needed. Keeping our Yoga practice both relevant and enjoyable.

LIVE PODCAST
Tuesday, 25 June 2024 at 18h UK time
with John Wilks

Body, Mind And Spirit - Are They One?

Many manual therapies had their origins in the strong spiritual beliefs and experiences of their founders which shaped the form and direction of their hands-on work. 

The basic principles of hands-on work are universal and can be experienced directly in terms of how intention and holding a safe space can instigate deep healing and invite a sense of wholeness where body, mind and spirit exist in total harmony.

In this live talk, John Wilks will lead us in a somatic exploration of our own bodies, to discover these universal and ancient principles behind hands-on healing.

LIVE PODCAST
Tuesday, 2 July 2024 at 19h UK time
with Charles Ridley and John Wilks

How To Thrive In Times Of Crisis

There is little doubt that our world is going through tumultuous and disturbing times. As practitioners and individuals it is often difficult to maintain our own wellbeing when dealing with so much coming at us.

In this podcast discussion, Charles Ridley and John Wilks will examine how we can build up resilience and maintain our centre in these changing times. What can we do to become strong enough to bear the current and future levels of intensity? How can we educate ourselves and others so that we can walk in strength during these challenging times? Please do join us.

LIVE PODCAST
Tuesday, 09 July 2024 at 18h UK time
with Beth Harrison and Nat Lang

Pelvic Health And How Best To Support It

If you or your clients experience issues with pelvic floor, prolapse or bladder control, this frank and open discussion about pelvic health and wellbeing, aims break down any taboos or shameful walls of resistance that stop us from seeking the help we need.

Beth is a Clinical Lead in Pelvic Health Physio Therapy for the NHS and will be discussing with Natalie early years trauma, as well as birth, surgeries, menopause and life experiences that can impact the pelvic region, as we age.

LIVE PODCAST
Tuesday, 23 July at 18h UK time
with Joanne Avison and John Wilks

Fasciategrity

The heterogeneous connective tissue fascia is constructed upon a tensegrity-based architecture providing cells and organism’s with stability coupled with mobility.

A term coined by John Sharkey and Joanne Avison “Fasciategrity” used for the first time at the British Fascia Symposium 2018, speaks of the relationship of balance and integrity within the fascial net. Tensegrity construction principles provide an opportunity to deliver, to medical trainees and post-graduate medical specialists, a unified systems conception of living form and function.

In this podcast, Joanne will discuss the nature of fascia and tensegrity and how it applies to bodywork and movement practice.

LIVE PODCAST
Thursday,12 September 2024 at 18h 
with Molly Clifford, John Wilks and Nat Lang

Adverse Childhood Experiences And Their Impact On Lifelong Health

Adverse childhood Experiences (ACEs) are potentially traumatic events that occur in childhood between the ages of 0-17 years. They can have a tremendous impact on future health and opportunity. ACEs are linked to chronic health problems, mental illness and substance use in adolescence and adulthood. However, ACEs can be prevented.

In this podcast Natalie and John will be joined By Molly Clifford a family therapeutic support worker, who works through a trauma informed lens. They will discuss and unravel the potential damage and impact that can be caused by Adverse childhood experiences in adult life, and how though support, education and understanding ACEs can be prevented.

LIVE PODCAST
Tuesday, 09 July 2024 at 18h UK time
with Beth Harrison and Nat Lang

Pelvic Health And How Best To Support It

If you or your clients experience issues with pelvic floor, prolapse or bladder control, this frank and open discussion about pelvic health and wellbeing, aims break down any taboos or shameful walls of resistance that stop us from seeking the help we need.

Beth is a Clinical Lead in Pelvic Health Physio Therapy for the NHS and will be discussing with Natalie early years trauma, as well as birth, surgeries, menopause and life experiences that can impact the pelvic region, as we age.

LIVE PODCAST
Tuesday, 23 July at 18h UK time
with Joanne Avison and John Wilks

Fasciategrity

The heterogeneous connective tissue fascia is constructed upon a tensegrity-based architecture providing cells and organism’s with stability coupled with mobility.

A term coined by John Sharkey and Joanne Avison “Fasciategrity” used for the first time at the British Fascia Symposium 2018, speaks of the relationship of balance and integrity within the fascial net. Tensegrity construction principles provide an opportunity to deliver, to medical trainees and post-graduate medical specialists, a unified systems conception of living form and function.

In this podcast, Joanne will discuss the nature of fascia and tensegrity and how it applies to bodywork and movement practice.

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The Moon And It’s Influences On Us

with Monika Anna

In this talk, Natalie explores with Monika the Moon’s profound connection to the soul. Monika delves into lunar phases, zodiac connections, the realm of archetypes and cosmic cycles and their symbolic significance in shaping our spiritual path. 

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The ‘Neutral’ In Craniosacral Practice

with Charles Ridley

In this talk, Charles and John explore the origins and meaning of the term ‘neutral’ and following on from their previous podcast interview, will investigate more deeply the neutral as the fulcrum to a bodily-realised sense of Wholeness.

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The Poetic Body

with Hayley Matthews

In this talk Natalie explores with Hayley ‘The poetic body’. Touching closely on how Hayley interprets its hidden function. They will take a deep dive, discovering the potential of this embodied presence, in dance, movement, space, and in our lives.

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Attention To Sensory Perception

with Andrew Cook

In this talk Andrew Cook, long time Craniosacral therapist and teacher, will discuss with Nat the way that attention drives your whole being, and orients the physiology and nervous system of every living organism. Exploring the way attention works and how  it can be simply and practically applied to regulate the nervous system.

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Concussion And Head Trauma

with Ian Wright

In this talk Ian will discuss with John the difficult and important subject of Concussion, traumatic brain injury and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy/Post concussive syndromes and  possible treatments, specifically Cranial Osteopathy which may prove important in future management of the conditions.

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Who Is Really In Charge Of Our Health

with Dr David Martin

In this talk David discusses with John constructive solutions for the 120 year assault on Human Rights and civil liberty at the altar of “public health”.  This is a vital topic and one that aims to encourage us to find our voice in the WEF/WHO agenda this spring

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Fascia-The Threshold of the Spirit?

with Deborah Willimott

In this talk Natalie discusses with Deborah her experience of Fascia work. How to bring balance and potential in the body, with emphasis on the unknown.

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What’s Going On At The WHO?

with James Roguski

In this Podcast James discusses with John the various amendments to the health regulations which are happening right now at the WHO. These changes will impact us as health care providers but also as private individuals.

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Dynamic Stillness

with Charles Ridley 

The term Dynamic Stillness is used in various ways in Craniosacral Therapy.  In this podcast Charles and John will look at the origins and meaning of the term and how it might be accessed within a treatment.

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Presence in Silence

with Elina Grosso and Simon Hausner

In this podcast Elina Grosso and Simon Hausner discuss with John Wilks the Presence in Stillness techniques. Exploring the basic approach of being present.

 

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Fascia, Emotion and the Autonomic Nervous System

with Carol Davis

In this podcast, Prof Carol Davis and John Wilks will discuss their individual approaches to working with this.

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Chinese Medicine and Ehlers Danlos

with Dr Paula Bruno

Referencing Dr Bruno’s recent book on this subject, in this podcast, Greer and Dr Bruno will discuss strategies for treatment for this ever-growing patient population.

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What is the WHO Pandemic Treaty and the Amendments to the International Health Regulations?

with James Roguski

In this podcast, John Wilks will interview James Roguski, a researcher, author, natural health proponent and an activist.

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Approaches to Assessment

with Jeffrey Burch

Referencing Jeff’s recent book on this subject, in this podcast, Jeff and John will discuss various approaches and discuss the benefits and disadvantages of focusing on one particular approach to assessment.

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Shamanic Practice And Plant Spirit Energies

with Lorraine Chamberlain

In this talk Natalie explores with Lorraine all forms of Shamanic healing. They discuss methods that restore and balance harmony within a person, bringing a sense of reconnection to one’s self and promoting the bodies regenerative self-healing ability to return to a place of wholeness.

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