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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.

Mar 29, 2019

In this panel discussion Dr. Roger Walsh, a real elder in the field of Integral studies and human development and Bence Ganti, therapist and founder of Integral European Conference (IEC) dive deep into the stages of Consciousness developed by Ken Wilber and how they relate and manifest in our embodiment practice.


Mar 25, 2019

Dance teacher Nadia joins us to discuss growing up in Lebanon, embodied holistic coaching, moments of body betrayal, the power of play, sensuality, gender relations, feminine and masculine ways to get into the body, gender polarity, ravishing, patriarchy, male rights, inner child work, female cycles, Embody dance.

Mar 22, 2019

Yoga teacher, podcaster and intuitive therapist Amisha joins me to discuss coming back to the body. We discuss cultural heritage, yoga scandals, shadow work, “patriarchy”, men and women, stories, mythology, Christopher Wallis, the exotic and fetishisation, the “supermarket”, positive discrimination, mentoring,...

Mar 19, 2019

Leading environmental embodiment teacher Philip Shepherd joins me to discuss Noh theatre, voice work, the myth of independence, community, wholeness, embodiment vs communism, real intelligence, the body as resonator, kinship, sensitivity, the history of disembodiment, machine metaphors, what an embodied world would...

Mar 15, 2019

Conscious dance teacher Deborah Jay-Lewin joins us to talk movement. We talk Gabrielle Roth and 5Rhythms®, stammering, TED talks, Open Floor, lineage, inheritance of authority, Creative Commons, copyright, “movement resources”, “relational hungers”, how much to “teach”, the tension between feeling good and...