Dr. Edith Ubuntu Chan is a transformational retreat leader, speaker, high performance coach, and the author of the #1 bestselling book on Amazon, “SuperWellness.” Dr. Chan is also a globally recognised holistic Chinese medicine doctor. Dr. Chan’s academic background includes a 4-year graduate degree from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a doctoral degree from Five Branches University, in Endocrinology and Neuromuscular Medicine.
On top of that, she also has a degree in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. Dr. Chan is also one of only 300 certified high performance coaches in the world with more than 15 plus years experience as a holistic medicine doctor specialising in sports performance.
After a series of meditation-induced mystical experiences in 2003 that forever changed her perception of human possibilities, she has devoted her life to helping unlock the secret to the human potential. Dr. Chan’s work integrates modern science, medicine, spirituality, and ancient wisdom together.
In 2015, she created the first ever Pranic Festival, a conference that explores the frontiers of human possibilities. Through her programs and seminars, Dr. Chan helps visionary pioneers master their energy and life so they can serve and lead at the highest levels. Since 2015, she’s been running her popular podcast “The Dr. E Show” where she features world-class guests to discuss science and spirituality, health and wellness, conscious living, and quantum biology.
This week’s episode talks about what Chinese medicine is and how it differs from Western medicine, the importance of mindfulness and checking in on one’s self consistently, and the importance of setting one’s intentions and physiology to meet the challenges of each day.
Dr. Chan also shares how to synchronise one’s circadian rhythm, what grounding is and its health benefits, and the importance of working on proper breathing and hydration.
On the benefits of creating vibrant health, Dr. Chan has this to say, “Just by taking beautiful care of your health, your physiology, literally just minding your own business, living your life in the most healthy, harmonious way possible, naturally as a side effect of that you’re gonna emanate a more peaceful, coherent, healthy energy into the community and that to me is the most powerful social activism.”