ReWild My Bio

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Mansal Denton, aka "Little Beaver" is the founder of Sacred Hunting, host of the Mansal Denton Podcast, and the subject of an upcoming documentary "Below The Drop" exploring our relationship to life and death through hunting. Feeling insecure in early life, Mansal chased a woman to Europe, which led him to prison. Struggling with shame and confusion of what it meant to be a man, he found his calling within the sacred art of hunting. He now desires to share this practice with more men and does so through the group hunt he facilitates over at www.sacredhunting.com. Please reach out and connect with Mansal if you are interested in being a participant in one of his upcoming hunts. There is a link to an upcoming shed hunt in Montanna Mansal is hosting and linked in the show notes. We define what sacred hunting is, the importance of setting intentions, how sacred hunting differs from the majority of hunting that takes a sportsman or conservation approach. We discuss modern societies' relationship with life and death, rites of passage, what a healthy and united masculine and feminine energy looks like, and making hunting a spiritual practice and way to connect us with our ancestors while communing with local ecologies in a symbiotic and mutual beneficial way.
This past week I went from meat poor, to very rich. In this episode of Rewild My Bio I tell my story of how I recently secured venison for my freezer via roadkill. I go over a check list of safety precautions you can take when processing roadkill for consumption. Stop by the show notes […]
My wild and wonderful guest on this episode of Rewild My Bio is James Alofs. James is a Mandarin Chinese and English bilingual actor that has recently relocated back from China to Ontario. He has over 300 thousand followers on Chinese social media, acted in 6 feature films and 11 television series in China, and co-hosted a nationally broadcast talk show in China. He currently lives between Muskoka and Toronto and is producing and writing a historical drama that he will be pitching to networks this year in the US. He is very well researched on a number of important environmental issues right here in Ontario and he fills us in on his experience and knowledge on environmental issues in China. In fact, James’ youtube and Instagram videos on various topics in conservation have become very popular from China to Canada and we discuss several current environmental issues that he has been sharing and is all linked in the show notes. In this episode, we hear about James' acting career, the current TV series he is creating, his return to the wilderness of Ontario after returning home from China, and finish with a plethora of resources for individuals who want to become involved in protecting our natural resources and regenerating air, water, and soil.
What’s up you wild and wonderful people! Today’s episode is fully inspired by listener Q&A and feedback that I have received as of late. I enjoyed putting this one together and it is my hope that by doing more solo casts I can share what is exciting in my world of nature connection and rewilding. […]
Today my wild and wonderful guest is Colin Jackson. If you are looking for an online health coach to kickstart your 2021 or you want to join Colin’s weekly online breathing classes please contact him directly. In his return to the podcast, Colin (Instagram @colindjacks) shares his 2020 journey and discusses what it was like […]
For the last show of 2020 I have compiled some of my guest’s answers to the question I ask at the end of each episode, “What is your wildest dream for the Earth?” A bit of a heavy question to drop on someone at the end of a conversation but this show embraces topics that […]
My guest is the wild and wonderful Zach McCready one of the original outlaws of health. You can find Zach at King of Swords on his blog and sign up for his newsletter to keep up with Zach’s upcoming book and all things Humble Warrior Clothing. An amazing company that you can support if you […]
My Wild and Wonderful guest today is Drake Larsen of Three Ridges Ecological Farm. We are also joined with long time friend and contributor to the show Dr. Richard Vuksinic ND. In this episode, we take a laid-back and informal approach to a complex topic; the ever evolving world of Ecological Farming. This was a […]
My wild and wonderful guests today Malcolm Saunders. Malcolm is the founder and creative visionary of the Light Cellar, a specialty superfood shop, elixir bar, and teaching kitchen based in Calgary Alberta Canada. He is the author of the book Elixir Life: Where Modern Nutrition Meets Ancient Herbal Wisdom – a practical guide to help […]
This is a special installment for the Rewild My Bio Podcast because it is not like our regular episodes. This is the second of many meditations prerecorded live in the studio to help you remain balanced, centered, and connected to the Earth throughout your day. Please download and save this episode in your podcast platform […]
My wild and wonderful guests today are Angie Aristone and Roderick Alan authors of the book Consciousness Becomes You. This husband and wife duo from London Ontario join me in the studio to discuss the art and science of expanding our consciousness. We dive into how it is in our human nature to access flow […]
This is a special installment for the Rewild My Bio Podcast because it is not like our regular episodes. This is the first of many meditations prerecorded live in the studio to help you remain balanced and centered throughout your day. Please download and save this episode in your podcast platform of choice to come […]
My guest today is the wild and wonderful Steve Beattie, spirit guide and founder of Breathing In Nature and the Stoic Breath. Steve teaches us all about his extensive breath work training and online programming. In fact he was so kind to offer listeners a 25% discount of all products and services at breathinginnature.com. See […]
We are discussing the wild and wonderful world of fermented food today on the Rewild My Bio podcast. A big part of my journey into rewilding stems from my passion for fermented foods. My passion for making sauerkraut and kombucha turned into a profession in 2015 when I co-founded Booch Organic Kombucha an Ontario craft […]
Join me in this episode as I share my research into the research question, “Do masks worn in the public able to stop the transmission of COVID-19”? I share my process for digging up systematic reviews and assess the weight for and against wearing masks in the public. I discuss what type of masks are […]
My guest today is the wild and wonderful Dr. Kim Bretz along with co-host Dr. Richard Vuksinic. Kim is a naturopathic doctor working and living in the Waterloo Region of Ontario Canada. She is a consultant and adjunct faculty at the University of Waterloo, Pharmacy.  She is a passionate international public speaker, having presented to […]
On this episode I emerge from the wilderness and back “on the grid” after a couple of wild and wonderful weeks up on the LAND. I give a podcast update in regards to some logistics with delivery of the podcast and in short will be posting every two weeks instead of weekly. This is happening […]
I would like to introduce two wild and wonderful women for episode twenty-four, Lindsay Martens, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, and Hallie Rose, Founder of Lunar Wild and host of The Thought Room Podcast. In this episode we discuss women’s menstrual cycles, and fertility through the western biomedical model approach and offer an alternative health perspective […]
My guest this week is the wild and wonderful Dr. Brennan Vogel. Brennan is a professor in the centre for environment and sustainability at Western University. His research focus is in the area of Climate Change Adaptation. In this episode we discuss a recent paper Brennan published titled, “Institutions, Indigenous Peoples, and Climate Change Adaptation […]
My wild and wonderful guest is Snappy Homefry. Playing in bands, performing coast to coast as Synapps, and producing music at Play House Studio in Toronto Ontario is what Snappy does. When he dreams of the Earth he see’s humans living in harmony with Mother Earth. The accumulation of his experience as a multi-instrumentalist, performer […]
My guest today is the wild and wonderful Shawn Solo… long lost brother to Han. I couldn’t resist the cheesy pun. This episode is a solo episode where I draw the line between conspiracy theory and critical social theory and how the two can be mistaken for one another. Critical theory seeks to disrupt and […]
My guest today is the wild and wonderful Kyle Buller. He is Co-Founder of Psychedelics Today, an education website that offers a weekly podcast and online courses. At the age of sixteen, Kyle suffered a near-death experience which almost took his life. After this traumatic accident, Kyle’s life changed and he began seeing the world […]
My wild and wonderful guest today is Hank Shaw. In this episode we get into Hank's journey into hunting, foraging, and fishing as well as plenty of tips to turn your wild harvest into incredible dishes. We discuss what Hank has noticed change in the wild food scene throughout his many years as a chef and student of the land. We dive into ethical issues with foraging public and private land and Hank gives us a rundown on some techniques in food preparation and preservation as well as how to take some less glamorous cuts of wild game create delicious meals. If you are into hunting, foraging, fishing, and cooking then this episode is for you. Enjoy the show! Topics Discussed: How Shawn got into hunting; How Hank got into hunting, foraging and fishing; When Hank got into cooking, writing, and learning the land; who is getting involved in wild food; Importance of sharing knowledge and giving credit with recipes and techniques;  What Hank has Seen change in wild food; Wild plant extinction or over harvesting fiddleheads and ramps; Ethics in foraging with private and public land; Hanks love for the southwest in the Sonoran desert for its abundance in wild food; Working with wild carbohydrate sources ethically and as a means of sustainable food production; Introducing diversity into the diet; Duck hunting as a calorie rich and delicious food source; How to render duck fat; Cookking offal for picky eaters, health, and primal urges; Hanks love for fishing; Butchering and processing your own meat.  Resources: Buy Hank's Books here. Hank's Duck Confit Recipe Hank's Kidney Recipe Blog Pickled Walnuts Recipe Hank's How to render Duck Fat Video Connect with Hank Shaw Website: huntgathercook.com Instagram: @huntgathercook Facebook: /huntgathercook Connect with Richard Vuksinic Website: villagenaturopaths.com Village ND Social Media: Facebook Connect with Shawn www.rewildmybio.com Instagram: @rewildmybio Facebook: @rewildmybio Twitter: @shawnslade LinkedIn: @shawnslade
My wild and wonderful guest today is Mitchell Stern, a mental health advocate, and co-founder of Station Beverage Traders also known as Canada’s Cold Brew Coffee company based out of Toronto Ontario. But Mitch is much more than just the cold brew coffee guy, he is a creative at heart and a model new age […]
My guest today is the wild and wonderful Kristina Kastelanac ND. Dr. Kristina is a knowledgeable and gifted healer and medical intuitive and creator of Body Wise Insights an online program and community aimed at supporting mind-body connection through Somatic Experience (SE). Kristina goal is to help you unwind triggers so you can suffer less and transform your physical, mental, and emotional symptoms, and move the needle on your big projects and wildest dreams. Specifically we discuss polyvagal theory, our reptilian and mammalian brains, the evolutionary biology and the nervous system, and tie that all into the present day coronavirus climate and what we can do to rewire our nervous system so we are not in chronic state of fight, flight, or freeze. This is a great episode if you are wanting to learn how to find and stand in your power through rewiring and rewilding your biology. Enjoy the show! Speak Player: Topics Discussed: Kristina’s journey into Naturopathic medicine; the current collective state of fight, flight, and freeze; Kristina’s journey into somatic experience and polyvagal theory; Building resilience through taking ownership of patterns and habits; Polyvagal theory and the fallacy of brain body dualism; What is Polyvagal Theory? The evolutionary biology of our vagus nerve, reptilian brain, and nervous system; The potential drawback of herd mentality during COVID19 pandemic; Fear is natural… now how to curiously be with it; Shawn and Richard’s experience as an example of polyvagal theory and knowing and acknowledging individual truth; Observing and tracking sensation and emotions is key to taking control of our life; Sit spot meditation in nature as a tool for knowing what connection and harmony feels like; Building internal awareness in order to unwind fight, flight, freeze, patterns in our body; Individuation and interconnectivity; Building community and connection is a loaded term; Kristina’s shares Body Wise Insights and other exercise we can use to check in with ourselves; How Kristina taps into her wild soul and her wildest dream for the Earth. Show Resources: Body Wise Insights - https://www.bodywiseinsights.com/ Somatic Experience - Website Steven Levine - Website Steven Porges - Book - The Pocket Guide to the Polyvagal Theory Book - Coyotes Guide to Connecting with Nature  Insight Timer Meditation App Connect with Dr. Kristina Kastelanac Body Wise Insights: https://www.bodywiseinsights.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/body_wise_insights/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KristinaKastelanacND/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO25plQQerwt583OmoDliUQ Website: villagenaturopaths.com Village ND Social Media: Facebook Connect with Shawn www.rewildmybio.com Instagram: @rewildmybio Facebook: @rewildmybio Twitter: @shawnslade LinkedIn: @shawnslade Sign up for the Rewild My Bio Newsletter by visiting the website here.
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Created by
ReWild My Bio
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jan 20th, 2020
Latest Episode
Mar 2nd, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
42
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Language
English

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