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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.

Dec 29, 2023

Movement teacher Stefan join me to talk free moving, Fighting Monkey, creativity, the cost of practice, “affordances”, parkour, performative movement, play, expressing oneself, how social media impacts movement, constraint-led learning, stress responses, middle-aged guy challenge and more! A great movement...

Dec 22, 2023

Self-styled writer, speaker and activist Bayo joins me to discuss “story as a lie”, on being an intellectual, relationally, African embodiment, colonisation, being eloquent, polarisation, cancel culture, trans-intellectualism, post-activism, Descartes, the breakdown of culture, hyper individuality, the current...

Dec 21, 2023

Bodyworker, yoga therapist and podcaster Andrew joins me to talk growing up heavy, Rolfing, biodynamics, trauma, definitions of processing, what works, “just talk”, Gabor Mate, social pressure, is there hope, and trust. A god chat between peers. 

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Dec 15, 2023

Psychologist Rick Hanson joins me to talk about his childhood, gratitude, self kindness, boundaries, communication skills, asking for what we want, letting the good in, negativity bias, “growing the good that lasts”, managing conflict, the Dalai Lama’s ninja and his top relationship tips. This one is both tender...

Dec 14, 2023

Parenting consultant and attachment specialist Roma joins me to talk parenting issues, kids today, attachment and more. She’s a good friend so there’s a fun vibe to this one and it’d be great for anyone who spends time with kids.

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