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Meet the Hosts

Kahindo Musungira

My name is Kahindo, I am originally from Congo. 


I am a dancer, a perpetual learner, and a storyteller at heart. 

In my 24 years on earth, I have lived in five countries and three continents which has given me a chance to experience different cultures but also discover the similarities that unite us as humans. 

One of the biggest similarities that I saw in all those places is the connection to the earth.

Through this podcast, I want to share my culture, but also learn from the unique life experiences of others as I continue with my healing journey and reconnecting with the earth.


Amanda Blain

Amanda Blain is a Holistic Biopsychosocial Therapist, Stress and Trauma Specialist, Leadership Coach, Cross-Cultural Educator, and former Peace Corps volunteer.

She has studied internationally with mind-body scientists, former United Nations consultants, and the world's leading experts on trauma. She has learned from indigenous teachers and healers in South Africa and North and Central America, and completed Dr. Bessel van der Kolk's Traumatic Stress Studies Certificate program, as well as ongoing studies through the National Institute for Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine. 

This dynamic background, combined with her personal journey of healing from complex-PTSD, has enabled her to lead thousands of classes and programs in 6 countries. Today she lives among the Mayan people of Guatemala while working remotely with clients from all over the world. 

Her programs have resulted in transformation even for clients who were previously discouraged by DECADES of unsuccessful mainstream therapy. 

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