Centhua, or Centi for short, and Marianne exploring how women can support each other. Even though this episode is women centered, men can find it informative as well. The topics range from supporting mothers right after birth with nourishment of the body and soul, healing trauma and keeping the body strong by dancing in a group, finding herbs in the wild to cook and making herbal remedies.
Health is one of our most precious gifts and food plays an important role in staying healthy. Centi was living on a raw food diet for many years, but found it to be not sustainable for her. When she realized that half of her food came from far away, she re-examined her lifestyle and is now following a more local based diet which includes wild crafted herbs and permaculture raised chickens. She supports new mothers with freshly made bone broth in her role as a postpartum Doula.
Also, herbal teas, tinctures and ayurvedic medicine are part of Centhua's life. She holds many women's gathering, among them regular women's circles dedicated to a guided fusion practice of yoga and dancing designed to release trauma many women carry in their pelvic region.
Centi shares many more tips how women can help each other to reconnect to the earth and the ancient healing knowledge and to live with less stress and more sustainable no matter if in a city or in the country.
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