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What does a new cultural story look like? How can we weave new threads to unearth old ways of being and relating? Exploring Mark Lewis' Native American heritage we begin to see the...

Connecting wild food to the culture, bringing up kids in a wilder way, making inter-generational learning happen to sustain ways of being and unearth tacit knowledge. All these and...

The fourth and final part of a series on being rooted in your body, this week's guest is Irene Lyon, somatic practitioner and nervous system expert, who joins us to explore how our...

'We've lost the language of the dorsal state, which our deeper states, our otherness states'. In the third of this series on the Polyvagal theory, we are joined by Holly Bridges wh...

In the second of a series on the Polyvagal Theory, we are joined with respected and passionate Polyvagal clinician, consultant and lecturer, Deb Dana, to speak about what kinds of ...

In the first of a series on being in your body with reference to the Polyvagal Theory, we chat with Rachel Lambert, the singing forager, who not only regales us with songs about wi...

Ethnobotany seeks to investigate our relationship with plants, in the wider sense it is how we relate to the earth as a living planet. How we turn to it when we are met with fright...

Journey with us into the biochemistry of reward, addiction’s evolutionary role, and life-supporting mechanisms, plus how they can be subverted by mechanised systems. We also discus...

We need to know the other living things around us. The work of remembering and documenting these intricate and intimate relations is one that receives little fanfare and even less ...

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