Dakota Access Pipeline | Standing Rock

Natural Healing Show | UK Health Radio invites you to listen to show presented by Yara sharing awareness on:

The Dakota Access Pipeline, set to be built in North Dakota, stretching down across the Missouri River to Illinois.
It has united the largest Native American uprising in 150 years. Generating global concerns of the unsustainable dependency on fossil fuels in the pursuit of modern economic development.
Covering a variety of past & contemporary documentations and news reports on the DAPL, water protectors alliance, humans and their relationship to the natural world, fossil fuel consumption, environmental awareness, indigenous land rights and climate change.



Tropical Rainforests | Rainforest Cultures

Natural Healing Show on UK Health Radio presented by Yara. Invites you to listen to a show aired online via www.ukhealthradio.com

JUNGLE STORIES | Hear all about life in the rainforest. From the jungles of South East Asia to the Amazon Rainforest. Listen to the voices of people around the world from different fields who are engaging into tropical rain forests and their conservation. Hear first hand encounters and experiences of connecting with indigenous communities living and surviving in natural environments. An insight into tribal land rights, indigenous wisdom, plant medicine, conservation and environmental awareness. 

Ross Harrison | Documentary Film Maker
Dr Mark Plotkin | Ethnobotanist | TED Speaker | Founder of the Amazon Conservation Team
Mike Hurren | Campaigner | Survival International
John Sullivan | Explorer | Survival Expert
Akasha Wacha | Shamanic Practitioner | One Love Tribal Gathering 
Joao de Silva | Brazil | Amazon Rainforest inhabitant 
Estaban | Shaman | Peru

Listen via: www.ukhealthradio.com
Natural Healing Show Website: http://yaraghrewati.wixsite.com/naturalhealingshow


Interview with a Shaman | Positive Messages to Humanity

An interview with a shaman in Peru, South America speaking about the rainforest, jungle survival and briefly tapping on Ayahuasca. 

Also includes voices from people (taking from Anti war demonstrations in London) sharing their thoughts on peace, humanity and unity. 


João da Silva - The Amazon Rainforest

Natural Healing Show - UK Health Radio invites you to listen to an interview recorded in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil with an Amazonian Indian named João da Silva. 
Born and raised in the Amazon rainforest to the Wapixana (Wapishana) tribe. He shares his experiences on what it was like growing up in rainforest and why he chose to adapt into the "modern" lifestyle.

João speaks of his life being born and growing up in the Amazon rainforest, indigenous cultural knowledge of the jungle, survival, plant medicine, his beliefs on humans and their connection to nature; and whether or not he believes if un-contacted tribes in the Amazon rainforest should be left alone. João also shares an important message to the western world.


João da Silva - Amazon Rainforest Snippet

Small piece taken from a recording with Joao in Manaus in Brazil. Joao is an Amazonian Indian who was born to the Wapixana tribe. He lived and grew up in the Amazon Rainforest.

In the full Interview Joao shares his thoughts on:
  • Jungle Survival
  • Plant Medicine
  • Indigenous Cultural Knowledge
  • Leaving the rainforest and adapting to a "western" lifestyle
  • Thoughts on un-contacted tribes in the Amazon rainforest and if they should be left alone
Recorded in the Amazon Rainforest, Brazil, Sept 2015

Survival International - Tribal Communities, Land Rights & Campaigning

Yara who presents The Natural Healing Show on UK Health Radio speaks with a campaigner from Survival International organisation. 


We are Survival, the global movement for tribal peoples’ rights. We’re the only organisation that champions tribal peoples around the world. We help them defend their lives, protect their lands and determine their own futures. Tribal peoples have developed ways of life that are largely self-sufficient and extraordinarily diverse. Many of the world’s staple crops and drugs used in Western medicine originate with them, and have saved millions of lives. Even so, tribal peoples are portrayed as backward and primitive simply because their communal ways are different. Industrialized societies subject them to genocidal violence, slavery and racism so they can steal their lands, resources and labor in the name of ‘progress’ and ‘civilization’.

Our work is preventing the annihilation of tribal peoples. We give them a platform to speak to the world. We investigate atrocities and present evidence to the United Nations and other international forums. We support legal representation. We fund medical and self-help projects. We educate, research, campaign, lobby and protest. And we won’t give up until we all have a world where tribal peoples are respected and their human rights protected. - Survival International 


John Sullivan - Survival, Jungles & Tribes

The Natural Healing Show interviews explorer and survivalist John Sullivan on jungles, tribes and travel.