Leila joins me to discuss her dance beginnings, the difference between embodied and regular anatomy, the benefits of an embodied approach to anatomy, body systems and how to use them, “heart hugs”, the importance of the psoas muscle, trauma, anatomical awareness, self vs other focus, yoga therapy, the organ system, koshas, phantom limb pain, empowerment through yoga, learning the hard way, and meditation.Lots of experiential content and playful flow in this one. 

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