PODCAST

Watershed Wellness podcast

Eric Grey and the Watershed Wellness Team

This podcast covers the practitioners, modalities, passions, topics & conversations of the team and community of Watershed Wellness. Located on the mighty Columbia River in Astoria, OR, the clinic integrates acupuncture, Chinese herbalism, Naturopathic medicine, massage therapy, organic skincare and a compassionate, intentional approach to healthcare.The podcast is run and promoted by clinic co-owner Eric Grey, MS, LAc who previously taught Chinese medicine and practice management for a decade at National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR. He is joined by other Watershed practitioners and members of the community to discuss a wide range of topics. We're currently in our second season, begun in March 2022.Please visit our website at watershedwellnessastoria.com/podcast/ to learn more about us and the podcast, and to give us feedback and suggestions. Thank you for listening!

Always learning - a conversation with Dr. Melinda Nickels, ND, LAcAn intro to end-of-life care with acupunctureAcupuncture and moxibustion for the treatment of all kinds of painIntroduction to acupuncturist Todd GarrityWW Podcast 17 - Rowan Everard and the anatomy of an acupuncture appointmentWW Podcast 16 - Amanda Koennecke lays out the foundations of her unique approach to skin careWW Podcast 15 - Amanda Koennecke, LE and summer skin pitfalls + maintaining a routineWW Podcast 14 - Amanda Koennecke, LE discusses facial health basics & skincare simplicityWW Podcast 13 - Eric & Amanda talk about non-judgment in healthcareWW Podcast 12 - Watershed Wellness yoga, peak poses & doing yoga without injuryWW Podcast 11 - Chinese medicine roundtable : Classical medicine, autumn & going withinWW Podcast 10 - Amanda Barp, LMT, RYT on massage and how she wants to make yoga accessible to youWW Podcast 9 - Eric Grey, LAc discusses chronic pain relief and the patient-practitioner relationshipWW Podcast 8 - Melinda Wheeler, LAc discusses her practice, the path of healing & how to make easier life changesWW Podcast 7 - Three common misconceptions about acupuncture (it's ok, really!)WW Podcast 6 - Talking with Dr. DeAun Nelson, ND about Naturopathic Practice and Health at Every Size
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 contentThe myth of the Body Mass Index/BMIHealth at Every Size at Watershed WellnessRelevant booksHealth 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 ReschThe 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 PodcastsThe 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!
Jul 12 2017
22 mins
WW Podcast 5 - How making small, careful changes result in lasting lifestyle transformation, with Eric Grey, MS, LAcWW Podcast 4 - Talking the Naturopathic approach, seasonal allergies and more with Dr. Ann Holland, ND, LAcWW Podcast 3 - Getting to know Rowan Everard, LAcWW Podcast 2 - Our approach to health, healing and patients