Indigenous people have shared many forms of medicine throughout generations still practiced to this day. And through time, different forms of medicine have emerged becoming a way a life. From running marathons to practicing yoga, or continuing beadwork to traditional dancing, these ways have not only become embedded into our daily lives but become medicine practices for healing.
"Our Medicine Stories" provides space for guests to share their stories and forms of medicine practiced by elders, youth and those throughout our communities, offering wellness tips, self-care practices, & DIY's that could be integrated into your own life and journey.
Join our guest host Marissa Baumgartner of the Cayuse, Umatilla, Walla Walla, and Wintun people!
Kola Shippentower-Thompson is an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. She is the Director of the Wisawca Project and co-founder of Enough Iz Enough, a non-profit organization working together for change, better communication, and community involvement.
Donell Barlow is Yurok and an enrolled member of the Ottawa tribe, Otter clan. She discusses how journaling has been her form of medicine throughout her life and how it led her to writing Medicine Tracks - A Memoir. Also sharing why she utilizes journaling when working in the indigenous communities.
Linda Eagle Speaker, Holy Medicine Shining Woman is an enrolled member of the Blackfoot Confederacy, Southern Alberta, Kainai & Blackfeet Tribes. Discussing plant medicine, hope for young people, alcoholism & the impact on our spirit, perspective on life & being a residential school survivor.
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