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Cal talks with Kammaleathahh Livingstone, founder of Tip It Forward (tipitforward.org) about trauma-informed care, connecting with the community, and the essential difficulty of being a human. ********** Take Tip It Forward's Introduction to Trauma Informed Care class here: https://online.healwell.org/courses/intro-to-trauma-informed-care ********** Learn more about Tip It Forward here: tipitforward.org ********** About Our Guest: Kammaleathahh Livingstone is a Licensed Massage Therapist, board certified Structural Integration Practitioner with multiple therapeutic massage and bodywork certifications. With over 15 years of international experience, learning to adapt therapeutic bodywork cross-culturally, she has worked with people from every continent including Palestine, Nepal,Mexico, and people of various socioeconomic statuses. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Tip It Forward which became a nonprofit in 2019.Tip It Forward takes a trauma-informed approach to whole health through massage and bodywork approaches, movement therapy, and mindfulness practices designed to support the healing capacity of everyone they touch. Tip It Forward was created by extending the reach of therapeutic touch, one tip at a time in 2014. These gifts powered the beginning of their Mobile Wellness Bus and Holistic Care Kits to individuals that are under-resourced and communities that have been historically neglected. In her bodywork business, Sustainable Health Choices, founded in 2008, Kammaleathahh specializes in Anatomy Trains Structural Integration, examining the root causes of imbalances through movement, posture and alignment. She has training in Dismantling Racism, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Conflict Resolution and Mediation, Cross-Cultural HumanServices, and a degree in Cultural Anthropology.More personally, she has a keen interest in the ongoing dialogue between Western neuroscience and Tibetan Buddhism in the healing of the mind and body. She has been fortunate to learn from and study Dharma with some of the most respected masters of Tibet and teachers in the West.… continue reading