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The Body Awake

By Liam Bowler + Dynamic Alignment Bodywork

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The Body Awake is a show for people interested in health and the human body, in a conversation beyond "body as machine." It's about what we're made of, how we move, how illness, injury and healing happen, and how we can use that information to live better lives.

Customer Reviews

Excellent host

The host asks very useful, clarifying questions, keeps the show at a great pace, and offers helpful summaries. I am grateful!

Absolutely phenomenal!!

A feat of combining intimate experiences, knowledge, wisdom, understanding and compassion into an amazing podcast about the body. This is a joy to listen to each episode and I come away each time with both something to feel into in my own body and an immense appreciation for Liam's voice and all his hard work. Liam's voice in this podcast is soothing, extremely wise, witty and all around phenomenal. Each episode I feel more in tune with my body, and feel like I have a more holistic understanding of the knowledge base surrounding an awakened body. I will recommend his podcast to everyone, amazing listen for those deep in the movement and body centric world, and also for those very far from it.

Talk less, listen more.

The host seems to like to hear the sound of his own voice, as he talks quite a bit. His questions are so long that by the time he has gotten to the end of a question one has lost track of the original starting point. One doesn’t need complicated, intricate questions to make a good podcast. I would appreciate more air time for the guests. Simple questions will suffice.

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