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Sex Birth Trauma with Kimberly Ann Johnson

Kimberly Ann Johnson: Author, Vaginapractor, Co-founder of the School for Postpartum Care

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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.
 
Portland Food Adventures founder Chris Angelus and long time radio host Cort Johnson invite the region’s most prominent tastemakers to discuss how they got from there to here (including their "Right at the Fork" moments"). Long-form interviews with the unique people who converged in Portland to make it a great place to eat and drink, along with soundbites and restaurant reports make this the podcast to listen to if you're into one of the most happening food scenes in the world.
 
Most people want to write their memoir(s), but get stuck before they even start. It's an ambitious project, it can be daunting to write all alone, let alone move through the inevitable healing needs that arise (hi! past trauma, ethical dilemmas, resistance and more.) And to turn yourself into a good story too? Well, we all need help with that. Join Janelle Hardy, creator of transformational memoir-writing course, The Art of Personal Mythmaking, writer, bodyworker, and lover of fairy tales, a ...
 
I'm Keith Kurlander, with Dr. Will Van Derveer, Co-Founders of the Integrative Psychiatry Institute and Integrative Psychiatry Centers, and this is the podcast where we explore what it takes to achieve optimal mental health. If you want to learn about cutting-edge psychology that help people reach their highest potential then this is the show for you! Have a question, please email us at info@psychiatryinstitute.com
 
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Ali Shapiro, MS, CHHC

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Are you fed up with food? Disgusted by diets? Bitter about the whole body-beauty industry? This is *not* another weight-loss program. Host Ali Shapiro, Founder of Truce With Food, dedicated academic, and well-known health and nutrition coach, shares a more truthful approach to curbing your cravings, emotional eating, bingeing, bargaining, and other diet derailments. Join Ali for interviews, practical advice, and radically honest discussions about food, truth, transformation and reform.
 
How do we inject more health, humor and fun into our daily lives, even when things get messy? That’s the question driving award-winning journalist and podcaster Shelby Stanger as she interviews health, science and wellness experts as well as entrepreneurs, authors, artists and comedians. From breath work and diet, to brain training, physical outdoor challenges, and increasing our humor muscles, Shelby tests out her guest’s prescriptions, offering how a little Vitamin Joy is more of the medic ...
 
Profit Boss® Radio is for female entrepreneurs who are ready to master their profits and grow their net worth. Hilary Hendershott is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER with more than two decades of experience as a wealth manager. She’s also a Profit First Professional, NBC’s “Investor’s Voice of Reason”, Investopedia Top 100 Financial Advisor 4 years running, and a TEDx speaker with her own personal experience of making money mistakes before multi-million-dollar success. Get the latest insight on ...
 
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In this conversation, Kimberly and Ishita wonder together about non-dualism, embodiment, culture, ancestral heritage, and more. They discuss Ishita’s approach to non-dualism which holds both consciousness of energy while being connected to the body in the present moment. While many spiritual teachings dismiss the body, the body holds wisdom and ene…
 
In this month's flashback episode, we go all the way back to December of 2021 - and our conversation with Chip MacGregor of MacGregor's Whiskey Bar in Manzanita and Cannon Beach. We get to know Chip MacGregor, co-proprietor of MacGregor's Whiskey Bar with locations on the coast in Manzanita and Cannon Beach. Chip and his wife Holly met by chance th…
 
He's back for the third round, and this time, Erick Russ of Pono Brewing brings his partner, founder and brewmaster of Pono Brewing, Larry Clouser. We hear about their unique challenges during the pandemic, how friends and other breweries stepped up to help - and what futures plans are in the works. Right at the Fork is supported by: Zupan's Market…
 
In This Episode we discuss the incomparable Marsha P. Johnson, a self-identified drag queen, LGBT activist, and New York City icon. We cover her involvement with the Stonewall uprisings and the origins of Pride as well as her involvement in drag troupes and her time spent as a sex worker. Then we dig into her activism including the formation of STA…
 
The Personal Mythmaking Podcast is coming back to life, with a slight focus shift and name change. Welcome to the Memoir Body, Healing Story Podcast with Janelle Hardy (yes, same host). Expect conversations with memoirists, both published and in-progress, talking about their life stories, their writing and publishing path, as well as conversations …
 
In a world where so often our self-worth gets tied to the work we do or the money we make, we unconsciously invest our personal value in metrics, paychecks, and bottom lines. And we undermine our ability to truly honor and share our gifts, to show up as our most authentic selves, and to thrive in our work and lives.So, how can we transform the atta…
 
We open the mics up with Lathen and Anne-Marie Gorbett, producers of the video series focusing on the Portland food world, Bridge to Table. We discuss their motivations for producing such a series, the challenges, and of course their creative vision and the plan to accomplish producing continued episodes. Lathen and Anne-Marie also talk about what …
 
Joining us from their time away in Hawaii are Emily Cafazzo and Ryan Domingo of the now iconic Sugarpine Drive-In in Troutdale. We discuss the genesis of Sugarpine and how incredible the journey has been. We go back even further to the point where the couple met in Brooklyn at Andy Ricker's restaurant, of all places, and follow the reasons behind a…
 
In this episode, Kimberly and Devi discuss healing trauma, embodiment, and various sexual and non-sexual healing spiritual traditions. Devi describes her background from stripping in Detroit to a spiritual journey of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism as well as various other spiritual practices and her current work of holistic sexual healing. Together, they…
 
In This Episode we discuss the one and only Norma Jeane Mortenson, aka Marilyn Monroe. We dive into some of the struggles she encountered while trying to establish her career and the battles she had to fight with the media, the film industry, and more. Then we cover the realities behind her experiences including her on and off screen personas, her …
 
In this Classic episode of Right at the Fork, we head back to October of 2019 and our conversation with Kristen Murray. A lot has changed for Kristen in the time since our chat, including a move for MÅURICE. Hear more about it, here. ORIGINAL POST: MÅURICE's Kristen Murray's story begins in Southern California, baking with her great-grandmother and…
 
Salem native Rex Robertson joins us to discuss his exciting new restaurant, Cozy Taberna, that just opened in a few months ago. We follow Rex's journey from falling in love with his father's A&W Restaurants in Salem as a kid, to working in finer dining over time and realizing hospitality was for him. He and his wife Lois bought a hallmark deli in S…
 
In this week's episode we talk about breastfeeding: why some women do it, why others do not, and what factors play into their decisions. Since neither of us have children, we decided we wanted to hear from some experts for this episode: moms. So we asked our listeners to write in and tell us about themselves and their experiences with feeding their…
 
Bill Oakley is a television writer and producer, maybe best known known for writing for the Simpson's (where he was also the co-show-runner), as well Portlandia and much, much more. For the past 13 years, he has also called Portland home. In this episode, we talk about him growing up in Maryland, his time at Harvard, working in Hollywood and of cou…
 
In this episode, Kimberly and Day discuss rituals and reflections for life-altering experiences. Our culture does not hold much space for processing how threshold events change us such as birth, postpartum, death, and all forms of comings and goings in our lives. Day describes what led him to his work of “Morning Altars” and newest book “Hello, Goo…
 
If you've watched television in Portland over the past 10 years, there's a really good chance you've seen today's guest. Cassidy Quinn is a Pacific Northwester with roots in Seattle, before moving to Portland. For years, you could see her on KGW 8, with featured segments about things going on in Portland. From 2018 to 2020, she was the host of Toni…
 
In this episode, we discuss Alma “Abuela” Madrigal, matriarch of the Madrigal family and antagonist of the 2021 Disney film, Encanto. After a brief background on the film, its creators, the history behind it, and the character herself, we explore the different characters' relationships with Abuela. We then consider audience perspectives on the char…
 
In this testimonial episode, Jaguar course alumni Jessika and Joanna share about their experiences of being part of the Jaguar community. These testimonies speak beautifully to the type of experience you might find in the upcoming 4 week course “Jaguars Uncaged – The Anatomy of Feminine Spirituality". Learn more here.…
 
In this testimonial episode, Jaguar course alumni Kaisa speaks about how growing her knowledge and felt sense experience of the nervous sytem has affected her life, healing, and lens of the world. As Kimberly and her team prepare for the next round of Jaguar, this testimony speaks beautifully to the type of experience you might find in the upcoming…
 
It was only a few months ago that we originally released this episode featuring Kimberly and Vitaly Paley, talking about the closure of Paley's Place - but it doesn't get much bigger than the Paleys in the Portland food world. From January 2022: We're more than honored to have Vitaly and Kimberly Paley join us for the first interview of Right at th…
 
In this testimonial episode, Jaguar course alumni Michelle speaks about how the Jaguar work and community have supported her journey of healing trauma and widening her capacity to actively and presently engage with life. As Kimberly and her team prepare for the next round of Jaguar, this testimony speaks beautifully to the type of experience you mi…
 
In this episode, Kimberly and Melissa discuss Melissa’s several books, including "Girlhood" and "Body Work". They discuss writing personal experiences and its impact on close relationships, as well as mother/daughter dynamics, writing as a medium for processing shame and trauma, and cultural responses to women’s stories of coming of age, consent, t…
 
With the news that Gabriel Rucker's Canard is opening a second location in Oregon City later this year, we felt it appropriate to bring back this classic episode, recorded just days after Gabriel had opened the first one. From January 2018: Gabriel Rucker left a busy lunch service at his newly opened Canard to talk to Chris and Cort about how life …
 
In this episode, Kimberly and Gil discuss human anatomy and Gil’s years of dissection projects and publications. Gil offers a wealth of information he has learned about the body through his dissection work and how his reverence for the human form fuels his projects. Specifically, they discuss various aspects of fascia, nerve trees, adipose tissue, …
 
We use milkshakes to pivot to the founder of a new business in Portland, Creative Culture, which provides the space and resources for creative expression for families and individuals. Dell Ann Upp started her concept in Kansas City, and then found herself in Portland through a new relationship and thought Portland would have an appetite for her uni…
 
@SweetCreaturepdx chef and Dame's pastry chef Gabriella Martinez joins us on the podcast to talk about how much she enjoys working with Patrick McKee at Dame and the ability to expand her creativity by collaborating and consulting with others. It turns out that the inability to work outside her day job was one of the reasons she departed from Repub…
 
Eater's Brooke Jackson Glidden returns as a guest on the podcast to talk about what restaurants and food carts are new and interesting to her, and what will be opening in Portland over the next few months. We talk James Beard Foundation Awards and her potential influence on those. Of interest to some listeners and some of her readers might be what …
 
We go back to January 2018, and our first conversation with Lyf Gildersleeve of Flying Fish Company. You'll hear Lyf's origin story, plus some promotion the 2018 Shuck event. Lyf Gildersleeve, son of an avid fisherman, picked up his love and knowledge of seafood at an early age. We talk about how he started at markets in Idaho and built his Flying …
 
In this episode, we look at Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, a US congresswoman from New York’s 14th district, and the youngest woman elected to congress. We talk about her life prior to her political career, the reactions to her congressional win, and her approach to political leadership. Then we move beyond her big reputation and take a look at the her …
 
Jonathan Jones of Salem's Epilogue Kitchen and Cocktails makes his first podcast appearance with us just after his recent 2022 James Beard Foundation Best Chef Northwest nomination. He asked us if we could focus on the positive, and for sure we did that, discussing what the nomination means to him, his paths from southeast Pennsylvania to Wisconsin…
 
We catch up with Gary Okazaki, known to many as Gary the Foodie. Gary fills us in on what he's been up to in Portland now that he's not traveling as much. We talk about the influence he's had on restaurants' success and noteriety. We touch on his relationship the chefs he promotes on his Instagram. Gary and Chris talk baseball and Blazers, too, in …
 
This week we discuss Women’s History Month. We dig into the history on the topic, including when it started, who started it, and what changes have taken place over the last several decades. Then we discuss the role the media plays in how we understand, honor, and celebrate the month. But we also touch on the performative nature of the media in term…
 
Denise Bloemen is a Dutch therapist, TAO healer, educator, and author. She received her diploma in Heilgym Massage and Physiotechnology, which later became Physiotherapy and worked as a therapist in both hospitals and in private practice in The Netherlands. After more than 50 years of observing people, their habits, and their motor skills, Denise c…
 
In this testimonial episode, Jaguar course alumni Kyra Lehman speaks about her experience as a dancer, mother, filmmaker and with disability. As Kimberly and her team prepare for the next round of the course, this testimony speaks beautifully to the type of experience you might find in the upcoming Activate Your Inner Jaguar course.…
 
We travel to the coast on this episode to talk about one of Chris' favorite new haunts, JAndy Oyster Company in Tillamook, with proprietors Tamra and Todd Perman. Todd is a logger turned oyster farmer. We talk about his journey from wanting to be a chef and his acceptance to the CIA, to logging and how he decided to head to the coast and Netarts Ba…
 
Welcome to episode 206 of Profit Boss® Radio! In this classic episode from the archives, we’re talking about how to stop struggling with chronic debt–no matter how insurmountable it might seem. So many of us struggle with managing debt. Our homes, lives, and budgets can feel totally out of control. To all the moms out there, I know how easy it is t…
 
In this episode, Stan, and Kara discuss their new co-authored book “Baby Bomb: A Relationship Survival Guide for New Parents.” Many couples experience new challenges in their relationship after the birth of a new baby and need tools and support for navigating these common issues. They discuss “primitives” and “ambassadors” as terms for people in re…
 
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