Chat with Dr. Edward Bassingthwaighte - Holistic Singing Veterinarian
So how is it that a holistic singing veterinarian in Australia has come up with a method of treating animals that can help humans in vocal performance? Listen and learn...
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Singer, songwriter, public speaker and holistic veterinarian, Dr. Bassingthwaighte brings joy into any room he shares with all creatures great and small. It doesn't matter if he's placing his gentle, intuitive hands on a hurting dog or horse, singing songs he wrote to audiences or to me in vocal lessons, or just having a conversation of any kind. In this delightful chat, I got to ask him about his holistic, groundbreaking work in the healing arts and how he came to know what he does. He even takes me through an exercise in awareness that he designed - and you are invited to do it with us! Writing songs and singing have become very important to his own well-being, and we talk about that, too. Join us for the podcast interview, and we welcome your comments and reviews!
More about Dr. Edward Bassingthwaighte:
Edward is a perpetual student of life, an explorer of human potential in all dimensions of being. He has recovered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and is passionately devoted to expanding well-being in himself and others.
He is the founder of the Whole Energy Body Balance Method (an integrated, comprehensive system of embodied awareness, movement, healing bodywork, and energy-work for pets, people, and horses).
He practices as a holistic veterinarian, makes music as a singer/songwriter, creates visionary abstract art, loves to dance, grows food, loves walking in nature, and has a deep, devoted spiritual practice of movement (chi gong), meditation, and service to life.
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