The Science of the Sacred
An Interview with Nicole Redvers

June 17, 2019

Interview by
Joanna Harcourt-Smith

In this week’s episode, Nicole Redvers speaks with Joanna about: medicine and the nature of things; the journey of perseverance and community service; the challenge of reconciling two cultures within; an example of the science of the sacred; the modern rediscovery of interconnectedness known to traditional indigenous cultures; epigenetics, trauma and healing; the reverberation of laughter; vibrational medicine and the sound of the Universe; the grandmother diet; the holistic wisdom of indigenous systems around the world; ways to reconnect to our original self; our original purpose.

Dr. Nicole Redvers is the first licensed practicing naturopathic doctor in North America who is Dene (a member of the Deninu K’ue First Nation Band). After growing up in Canada’s isolated north, she pursued an advanced Western medical education in the south and has had the privilege of developing relationships with strong elders and medicine people. She has traveled the globe, studying traditional medicine systems in various countries and working with indigenous patients, helping to bridge the gap between traditional and modern medical systems. In addition, Redvers developed Northern Canada’s only integrative medicine clinic from the ground up. Sh also co-founded and chairs a non-profit group, the Artic Indigenous Wellness Foundation (AIWF), whose purpose is to revitalize traditional wellness services in the Canadian north and to focus on the preservation of Traditional Medicines. her foundation was awarded one million dollars as a Laureate of the 2017 Artic Inspiration Prize to work with homeless people and those most at risk in the northern part of Canada.


“I Can’t Sit Still”, original music by Evarusnik

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