Lindsay Branham


Lindsay Branham is a Buddhist eco-doula and a PhD candidate in psychology at the University of Cambridge investigating how embodied awareness and relational attachment lead to enduring human-Earth relationships. Lindsay sources from various wisdom and mindfulness traditions—including body and erotic ecology, Mahayana Buddhism, mystical Christianity and yoga—and utilizes the modalities of ecstatic dance, nervous system regulation, receptive listening, conscious service, and more. Lindsay is also an Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker and has spent 15 years documenting ecological and human crises around the world. 

Lindsay trained to become a Buddhist eco-doula through the Sati Center for Buddhist Studies where she studied deep ecology, grief, and meditation practice. This workshop is informed by her decades-long contemplative practice. She is currently writing Heartwood, a book that guides readers through an embodied process of creating an enduring and reciprocal relationship with the Earth.

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