Wellness Culture with TRILUNA
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by Dr. Megan Galaske, MD, Sara Rosser, CPM
1y ago
Your hosts Sara Rosser and Dr. Megan Galaske were fortunate to interview the founders of TRILUNA Wellness, Ashley Brooke James and Elizabeth Moore. Join them as they discuss community, corporate and individual wellness that surpasses the boundaries of “wellness culture”.  If you’re tired of being fed a version of this industry that is exclusive, inaccessible and one-size-fits-all,  then we invite you to join this conversation. We’ll dig into necessary conversations about reforming and demanding justice in a culture that once thrived on elitism. Follow the powerful work of TRILUNA at ..read more
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Enneagram for the Healer and the Healing
Wild Healers
by Dr. Megan Galaske, MD, Sara Rosser, CPM
1y ago
Today we dig deep into what makes your hosts work. What lights up their brains? What are some of their greatest challenges? Some of you may be sick of the Enneagram, and some may have never heard of it...we try to cater to both. For those of you that have been hiding under a rock, here are the Enneagram types: 1) The Reformer- High moral standard; perfectionistic tendencies 2) The Helper-Thrives off of helping others; often acts young in the best way 3) The Achiever- Loves hitting goals; aims high, often gets what they set out for 4) The Individualist-Values being different; longs for understa ..read more
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Racial Disparities in Healthcare (Installment 1 with Kiki Beswick)
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1y ago
In this first installment of our series "Racial Disparities in Healthcare", we are so pleased to open the floor to Kiki Beswick, a doula in the Minneapolis area. Your hosts feel so honored to hear from Kiki and her perspective on the state of healthcare for Black people in America.  The Chocolate Milk Club  https://www.chosenvesselsmidwiferyservices.com/ provides breastfeeding education and support to low income African American women at no cost. We provide education and support through home visits, support groups and other activities throughout the year. https://www.gofundme.com/f ..read more
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Bridging the Great Divide
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1y ago
In this episode, hosts Megan Galaske, MD and Sara Rosser, CPM approach the cause of the divide among cultures within medicine. They’ll discuss the history of their practices, the social response, and then practical approaches to healing. How did we get here and what to we do about it? Join us for this pivotal episode of Wild Healers. Resources: AMA Journal of Ethics - Sneha Mantri “Holistic Medicine and the Western Medical Traditio Witch Trials: www.history.com/.amp/topics/colonial-america/salem-witch-trials Rebecca Dekker, PhD: https://evidencebasedbirth.com/ The Bible: Exodus 1:17 Sex E ..read more
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Mindful Healing with Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang
Wild Healers
by Dr. Megan Galaske, MD, Sara Rosser, CPM
1y ago
In this episode, we bring you our first powerhouse guest, Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang, a pulmonologist and mindfulness expert based out of California. COVID-19 has brought a wave of uncertainty and (let's be honest) brings up our deepest fears, old habits, and stress responses that we feel in our minds and bodies. Enter the perfect doc for healing those wounds-- Dr. Liang. We talk about mindfulness as a way of living, beating breast cancer, and ummmm...toilet meditations? She also leads us through a calming and oh-so-needed guided body scan/meditation that Megan and Sara leave feeling super relaxed. Dr ..read more
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Racial Disparities in Healthcare (Installment 2 with Dr. Kooka Joseph)
Wild Healers
by Dr. Megan Galaske, MD, Sara Rosser, CPM
1y ago
In our continuing mini series "Racial Disparities in Healthcare",  we have the great honor of hearing from Dr. Kooka Joseph, a palliative/hospice care healer, mother of two, and all-star doctor. She discusses her experiences in moving to the US from Haiti to continue her medical education, and what she has seen from both a patient and physician viewpoint. She enlightens us on what it means to provide end-of-life care for patients and families, and how much culture and racial/ethnic differences play into how we want to be treated in the most vulnerable of times. She provides actionable ste ..read more
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Back To School: Part 1 of 3
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1y ago
Homeschool! Masks! Public School! Ahhh! The next seemingly overwhelming but potentially transformative step in this pandemic is deciding what to do with our children’s schooling. What’s best for our family? What’s best for health? What’s best for the economy? What’s best for my immunocompromised neighbor? What’s best for me?! In a world of never-ending swirling questions that sometimes make it feel like we are more opposite than ever, we remember:  We are more alike than we are different.  ..read more
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Respect and Consent with Dr. Nathan Riley
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1y ago
In this episode of Wild Healers, we interview Dr. Nathan Riley, OBGYN and Palliative Care Physician. Following his viral article on his departure from hospital based birth, we discuss respect, consent & collaboration. Dr. Riley’s advocacy and dedication to human rights in obstetrics is unmatched. Join Dr. Megan Galaske, Midwife Sara Rosser & Dr. Nathan Riley as they delve into the necessary discussion of consent and autonomy in obstetrical care.  https://www.obgynowino.com/post/on-my-departure-from-hospital-based-birth-a-reflection https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC439 ..read more
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Back to School Part 2: Good Touch Bad Touch
Wild Healers
by Dr. Megan Galaske, MD, Sara Rosser, CPM
1y ago
As we have our children in our homes, have them possibly around others outside the home (2020 will end one day...), and send them to school, how can we discuss our autonomy over our bodies in an effective way? It's a conversation we all need to be having, yet sometimes it feels so difficult to navigate we can find ourselves avoiding it. Maybe we feel uncomfortable due to the way we were raised or taught. Maybe we have experienced trauma ourselves and bringing it up is painful. We hope to provide support and ideas for you in this episode, by approaching a delicate task in a way we hope empowers ..read more
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Back to School Part 3: Camp School
Wild Healers
by Dr. Megan Galaske, MD, Sara Rosser, CPM
1y ago
Dr. Galaske makes a personal announcement on this special episode of Wild Healers. Dr. Megan Galaske and her husband Nathan are excited to announce their new online community for busy parents adjusting to schooling from home this year- Camp School. http://www.thecampschool.com They provide an interactive daily schedule, community, and enrichment courses in everything from axe wielding to ballet lessons. They have a passion for leading families from overwhelm to survival. They are ready to guide others, just as they have worked so hard this year to keep their own family afloat.  From Dr ..read more
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