happy equinox! I hope you’re doing okay and welcoming the shift into a new season. For this episode I was delighted to speak to Jamee Pineda again, who was also on episode #106. He is such a generous and kind guests and we covered a lot of ground, for example:
- Integrating pandemic lessons & centring public health
- Finding new ways to practice hilot and Chinese medicine in community
- Creating peaceful daily rhythms
- Looking to nature when we’re thinking about our work and purpose
I am a hilot binabaylan, acupuncturist, and Chinese medicine practitioner. My practice is informed by my identity as a queer, trans, non binary, Tagalog person living in the U.S. With the combination of my lived experience and training, my goal is to help individuals and communities live their fullest lives by offering a decolonizing approach to medicine rooted in traditional and ancestral practices.
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