The Aces Audio Podcast #003: Stephanie Welch – Tribal Living For A Modern World
In this episode, I chat with my good friend Stephanie Welch about a wide range of topics in the ancestral health space.
Stephanie is a disruptive anthropologist, ancestral health advocate, and pioneer of Evolutionary Feminism. Her work dives deep into commonly held beliefs and taboos that prevent us from attaining our full human potential.
She has examined and regularly teaches about wide ranging topics including: what constitutes a species appropriate diet; the benefits of walking and running barefoot; the detrimental effects of male circumcision; and masculine and feminine interpersonal dynamics in tribal versus modern society.
Her background includes a B.A. in Classics and M.A. in Art History, many years as a professional massage therapist, and she is now a regular speaker at the Ancestral Health Symposium.
You can find Stephanie Welch online at recivilizedwoman.com and on Patreon at patreon.com/recivilization.
Episode Highlights include:
* Origins of Evolutionary Feminism
* Evolutionary Design - intersections of science and spirituality
* Back Pain - alignment and inflammation
* Circumcision and foreskin "restoration"
* The fundamental difference between men and women
* Stephanie's AHS19 talk on Tribal Living - societal pressures on romantic relationships
If you enjoyed the discussion around the root causes of back pain and would like more information, check out the free Biohack Your Back Pain online training that Natasha and I created to see how we help active people struggling with chronic back pain heal so they can get back to doing the activities they love.
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