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Healing Our Invisible Terrain

Broadcast on November 01, 2021
With Maya Shetreat, MD
Hosted by Vanessa C. Codorniu

Human wellbeing has been dependent on elements of the natural world since the beginning of time. Though we think of our relationship to bacteria, herbs, fungi, animals and other elements of nature as being primarily physical, research shows that our bonds are energetic, and even measurable. Dr. Maya Shetreat, MD, discusses terrain medicine, which explores the science and sacred aspects of these invisible relationships within and around us — the places where we recognize that none of us are just ME, but WE. These intricate relationships support us, and also sometimes stress us. Both are necessary for us to be healthy, balanced and resilient.

In this session, you'll discover:

  • The invisible connections we have to the world within us, and outside of ourselves
  • Uncertainty as sacred medicine, and community as the connections that support us through change
  • How epigenetics affects our lives now, and can be transformed
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Maya Shetreat, MD

Founder and Director of The Terrain Institute, Neurologist, Herbalist, Author

Maya Shetreat, MD, is a neurologist, herbalist, urban farmer, and author of The Dirt Cure. She has been featured in The New York Times, The TelegraphSky News, on The Dr. Oz Show and NPR. Maya is founder of The Terrain Institute, where she teaches Terrain Medicine™, earth-based programs for transformational healing. She works and studies with Indigenous communities and healers from around the world, and is a lifelong student of ethnobotany, plant healing, and the sacred.

Maya Shetreat, MD