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Author: Eric Grey and the Watershed Wellness Team

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In this creative and informational podcast, you'll hear interviews with practitioners, conversations between practitioners about healthcare topics, discussions with clients and other members of the public about their wellness journeys and a variety of street and nature soundscapes and other fun stuff to enjoy. Founded in 2017, we're just getting our footing, and look forward to listener interaction so we can learn what you like best and want most!
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In this episode, Rowan Everard, LAc and Eric Grey, LAc discuss what an acupuncture appointment actually looks like. While every practitioner is different, Rowan articulates a flow that is fairly similar to most Watershed Wellness practitioners. Rowan answers questions like:What is the intake process like?Does the practitioner leave the room during treatment?What if the patient is nervous or having trouble with treatment?What happens while you're getting acupuncture?and more...Please head over to our podcast archive to listen to all of our episodes and use the contact form there to make recommendations for future episodes! Thanks for listening!
We're back in action with the Watershed Wellness podcast. We'll be releasing episodes every 2 weeks or so, and continuing on with our focus on highlighting our fantastic practitioners while adding some new content types and creative approaches to healthcare podcasting.We've moved our podcast archive over to the Astoria website. You can find the full podcast archive there, as well as here on Buzzsprout.In this episode, we bring Amanda Koennecke, licensed esthetician and WW PDX office maestro back to discuss the finer points of her healthcare approach. She also gives a great report back about her time at the latest Eminence Organics regional skin care conference. We spend a fair amount of time chatting about the difference between a more high end spa facial and the holistic everyday health approach Amanda takes in her practice. It's a fun conversation and features some new intro & outro music from the incomparable Tao Jones.Thanks for joining us again!
The second and last part of this short series, Amanda Koennecke and Eric Grey, LAc discuss common skincare pitfalls in the summer & how to maintain a routine even when things are hectic. Yep, we scheduled this one back around solstice - relive that longest day of the year! ;)
In this first part of a two-part series, Eric talks to Amanda Koennecke, esthetics specialist, and central WW team member, about her skin care practice & Eminence Organics, the skincare line we love so much at the clinic. In this podcast, we discuss how to find a simple but effective skincare routine and the relationship between holistic health and esthetics. Look for the next part coming soon.
In this episode, Amanda Barp, LMT, RYT and Eric Grey discuss a common theme in both their practices - the foundation of non-judgment that lies at the heart of all great healthcare. Body image, social mores, political positions and more can all work to thwart people's desire to seek out the care that they need. At WW we do our utmost to ensure this doesn't impact our patients, and in this podcast, we reveal a bit more about our thinking and approach.
In this episode, Amanda Barp, LMT, RYT and Eric dig into how yoga and movement are approached at Watershed Wellness. We talk about the different types of classes available, why it's so important to have different ways to access movement, and how a nuanced approach to movement allows people to avoid injury. Info about the new upcoming schedule change & our new yoga app! Relevant WW content Yoga and pilates at Watershed Wellness A little tour of the yoga and clinic space in Astoria Beginning yoga in Astoria - is it for you? The movement class schedule Our yoga schedule iPhone app Our yoga schedule Android app
In this episode, Eric Grey, LAc , Melinda Wheeler, LAc , and Rowan Everard, LAc have fun chatting about classical Chinese medicine (as opposed to traditional Chinese medicine), autumnal symbolism and the vital function of slowing down & going within during this important season. Relevant links Chinese medicine at Watershed Wellness An article by Eric on his scholarly website about the Lung organ system from a classical perspective Another autumn/lung post by Eric on his website
In this episode, Amanda Barp, LMT and Eric talk about Amanda's massage practice, especially how she likes to combine more focused and more relaxation-based work. But the bulk of the episode is about Amanda's yoga lineage, how she wants to bring yoga to people who don't ordinarily access it. Enjoy! Relevant WW content Yoga and pilates at Watershed Wellness A little tour of the yoga and clinic space in Astoria Beginning yoga in Astoria - is it for you? The movement class schedule
In this episode of the podcast, WW co-founder and acupuncturist Eric Grey, LAc discusses the treatment of pain, especially chronic pain, and what surprises patients about that process. Delving into the unique character of acupuncture, the relationship of patient and practitioner and the holistic framework that allows us to resolve pain for good, this is a quick listen for anyone with an interest in the East Asian medicine approach to health.
In this episode, Melinda Wheeler, LAc is interviewed about her path to her own healing & her profession, the sane way to make life changes and more. Note that we had a few sound issues with this episode, but I think Melinda's energy comes through just fine. Relevant WW content Chinese medicine at Watershed Wellness One of Melinda's recent articles, exploring the relationship of the Heart and Stomach The first of a series of articles about Chinese medicine and digestive health, written by Melinda recently
In this episode, Eric Grey, LAc welcomes back himself (!) to talk about 3 common misconceptions about Chinese medicine and acupuncture. First, he talks about the elephant in the room - NEEDLES! Yes, he's scared of them too. Next, he discusses the education and training of American acupuncturists. Finally, he discusses the idea that acupuncture only treats pain - an idea that runs contrary to his experience in clinical practice. Enjoy! Relevant WW content Chinese medicine at Watershed Wellness Article about 10 things you can expect at your first acupuncture appointment Other content Direct link to recording of Eric's appearance on KMUN's Light on Health with Dr. Allie Evans, ND - a discussion of Chinese medicine, holistic health and Eric's well documented fear of needles. Image comparing needles & other objects to size of acupuncture needles
In this episode, I talk to Watershed Wellness - Portland Naturopathic Doctor DeAun Nelson about what brought her to Naturopathic medicine, what gets her excited about practice and how you can connect with her. But the podcast really takes off when we delve into Dr. Nelson's favorite topic - weight neutral healthcare and Health At Every Size (TM). You'll hear some basic definitions, discussion about weight stigma in healthcare (and beyond) and a few hints about what future podcast discussions might bring with Dr. Nelson. Relevant WW content The myth of the Body Mass Index/BMI Health at Every Size at Watershed Wellness Relevant books Health at Every Size by Linda Bacon Body Respect by Linda Bacon and Lucy Aphramor (this is a newer book and has updates to the movement in it) Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Trible and Elyse Resch The Health Trap by Chris Sandel, nutritionist (great, short book with great explanations about how undereating can cause health issues...it is on Kindle Unlimited too) Relevant Podcasts The Reclaiming You Podcast with Sarah Vance.This is more of a ditch the diet podcast and she does not mince words about how she feels about the diet industry. She also talks about body positivity and reclaiming body compassion. Dietitians Unplugged with Glenys Oyston and Aaron Flores.Great discussions about diets, HAES, food, culture, etc with two Dietitians. Great interviews too. Every Body with Daria Matza. Host started out as a documentarian who is now using this podcast to explore HAES and the non-diet world. Great interviews!
In this episode, Eric discusses an important aspect of his own practice - helping people to make various lifestyle changes to support their healing. He's seen lots of ways this works and lots of ways that don't, and wants to share a few tips and tricks that he's seen help his own patients make the changes they want, and need, to make. For more about Eric, check out the website at : http://www.watershedwellnessastoria.com/practitioners/about-eric/
In this episode, I take with Dr. Ann Holland, ND, LAc, one of Watershed Wellness' wonderful Naturopathic doctors. Since she holds licenses in both Naturopathic medicine AND acupuncture, she has unique tools and perspectives on the illnesses that people encounter everyday. She briefly discusses a spring and summer scourge - seasonal allergies - and how she looks at that disorder in a nuanced way. For more about Dr. Holland, you can check out her bio on the Watershed Wellness Portland site here!
In this episode, Eric interviews Rowan Everard, LAc, the newest acupuncturist at Watershed Wellness. Practicing in Portland, Rowan has a special interest in the treatment of mental-emotional difficulties as well as in supporting the LGBT community. In this podcast, we chat about that and much more, including the teachers who influenced him, and what he's excited about with his WW practice. Enjoy!
In this episode, Eric Grey discusses what he sees as some foundational principles that lie at the heart of natural medicine as we practice it at Watershed Wellness. In exploring these themes, we provide context for the conversations to come on the podcast, as well as helping you get to know our practice better. Check out the podcast at watershedwellnesspodcast.com, share with your friends, and we always love feedback!
In this introductory episode, Eric talks a little about the clinic, why we decided to do this podcast, and what you can expect coming up in future episodes. Don't forget to visit www.watershedwellnesspodcast.com for more information, to sign up for newsletter updates of the latest shows, and more. Be well!
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