Dealing with chronic pain that you’ve been carrying for years on end? Ever heard of or considered ancestral healing?

The growing interest in ancestral healing is part of a broader movement to decolonize and dismantle the stigma around mental health, which still pervades many communities of color.


Our guest today, Elizabeth, healed from over 40 years of chronic pain, including anxiety, panic attacks, and 32 years of addiction to prescribed opiate and benzodiazepine medication. She now works to help others achieve the same healing that she experienced directly from the work she teaches.

In addition, Elizabeth offers one-on-one and group sessions in stress and chronic pain management and addiction recovery, Ancestral Clearing®, trauma-informed yoga, and meditation.

Before you dive into the deep and powerful conversation we had, I suggest that you find a comfortable spot for the last 5 minutes of the episode for a quick ancestral healing meditation;

  • Trauma-informed yoga practice to heal chronic pain
  • How to quickly and efficiently heal the nervous system with Kundalini yoga and breathwork
  • Stepping out of the exclusivity within the yoga industry
  • Getting messages and directions from the Universe through people you meet in life
  • Getting a taste of ancestral healing and clearing

And so so much more!

Healing Ancestral Wounds

About Elizabeth Kipp

Elizabeth Kipp is a Chronic Pain Specialist, Yoga-Informed Addiction Recovery Coach, Ancestral Clearing® Practitioner, Yoga and Meditation Teacher, and international best-selling author of “The Way Through Chronic Pain: Tools to Reclaim Your Healing Power. She focuses on helping people realize the power of their inherent healing.

You can follow Elizabeth’s magical journey on FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedIn, and YouTube.

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