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The Embodiment Podcast

By Mark Walsh

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Description

A weekly podcast for everyone who is interested in the body as more than just a brain-taxi. The podcast contains in-depth explorations of embodied topics, and hosts guests from around the world. Speakers have expertise in diverse embodied areas from yoga, to martial arts, to body therapy, to dance, to theatre, to bodywork. The podcast is also full of practical tips and experiential exercises. It can sometimes be a bit cheeky and contains swearing so bear that in mind. With Mark Walsh of The Embodied Facilitator Course (http://embodiedfacilitator.com) and Embodied Yoga Principles (https://www.embodiedyogaprinciples.com).

Customer Reviews

My new favourite

Great guests and fun, interesting content overall.

Embodiment gets a podcast at last!

Mark Walsh is one of the most experienced, active and innovative young(ish) figures working in the field of embodiment now. And he’s a natural communicator with a keen sense of humour and an unbounded desire to spread the word.

As a big podcast fan I’m really pleased The Walsh has taken the plunge. He either knows or has access to leading lights in this field, so there’s plenty of fascinating listening to look forward to.

Thought-provoking

A unique insight into the minds of embodiment experts. Get ready to re-think the everyday!

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