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The Embodiment Podcast

Host Mark Walsh and guest hosts offer a weekly podcast for everyone who is interested in Embodiment and the body. The podcast contains in-depth explorations of embodiment topics with expert guests from around the globe. Diverse speakers and practitioners of embodied areas such as academia, yoga, meditation, martial arts, psychology, medical, somatic, therapy, dance, and bodywork. The podcast is full of practical tips and experiential exercises.

Oct 26, 2017

Adam Wilder on connection, sexuality and authenticity. Comedian, festival host and silent speed-dating organiser, Adam, discusses improvisation, anger, bondage, tantra, male touch, sex positivity, hippie-festivals, spiritual by-passing, internet dating and more with Mark. He also offers some nice embodied relationship...

Oct 22, 2017

Today we enter the feminine world of birth, birth trauma, attachment, breast feeding, menstruation, and how to raise children who aren’t disembodied. Doula, parenting consultant and breast-feeding counsellor Roma Norris joins the show and educates Mark about a thing or two.

Oct 19, 2017

Rachel brings us the skills - the actor explains what improv is and why we could all benefit from it, we talk expanding your range and describes a play she did about terrorism and reconciliation. We discuss not knowing, touch, boundaries, massage, bodywork and The Embodied Facilitator Course. A fun one. 

Oct 17, 2017

A masterclass in making yoga more meaningful and getting it (or any other art) off the mat and into life. Some in-depth theory and very practical tools any embodiment teacher can use. The Embodied Yoga Principles method is presented, along with work on enriching asana ethics, community, learning theory and more. 

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Oct 13, 2017

Star of Faithless and One Giant Leap Jamie Catto talks about unleashing creativity through deep listening and yin embodiment. We discuss blocks to your potential, trauma, finding purpose, the inner critic, drugs, stardom, Mark’s teen make-out track, having kids, true success and the importance of humour.