In S2 E 9 I am delighted to introduce Dr Rachel Beanland MBChB MPH FFPH. Rachel is a public health clinician and independent consultant and health advisor. Originally from the UK, and with two decades of experience working in the areas of infectious diseases and public health, Rachel now works and lives in France. She is a passion advocate for work to reduce health inequalities for populations, communities and individuals and empowering others to live and work more consciously.
In her personal quest to be the conscious creator of her life and career, Rachel now combines her public health work with a number of other "hats". She is host of The Authentic Tea podcast. In her podcast Rachel has engaging conversations with women in medicine to explore how they consciously find ways to live more mindfully and be their authentic selves. In her podcast Rachel discusses her journey of personal empowerment and to find her own true voice. Rachel is also a yoga and meditation teacher and now shares her offerings on the Resilience Yoga platform.
In this episode Rachel shares her own professional and personal journey to date and her motivations to take the road less travelled in her career. We discuss the importance of her specialist training during a global pandemic and the experience afforded at this time.
We explore her relationship with yoga, her teaching journey to date and they ways she is now sharing her skills and training with her community and colleagues.
Finally this inspiring and thoughtful physician and yogi shares some insightful perspective on definitions of health and wellbeing. Rachel believes we all have the potential to improve our own health and the health of our communities and the world around us.
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Other references / links discussed here:
Kirbanu Voice trainer and voice empowerment coach https://kirbanu.com/Wild Fermentation The flavor, nutrition and craft of live – culture foods Sandor Ellix Katz
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