Peter Appel joins us form Finland to discuss his journey from pain and yoga to free movement, mindbody vs bodymind, the criticality of relaxation, the importance of pleasure, Finnish slowness and silence, the dangers and benefits of sports, smell as a primitive connector, linguistic diversity and history, environmental destruction and connection, the beauties and dangers of science, paganism, Brain chemistry politics, absolute vs relative truth, listening across the divides, addiction and turning the senses in. A deep, emotional episode. One of the best I’d say.

https://www.movingness.com

https://www.bodymindlove.com/

https://youtu.be/ATrMGLCVfNc


Related episodes...

111. Cranio-rectal removal – with Eric Paskel Eric Paskel joins me to explain why yoga ISN'T bullshit. We discuss researching misery, addiction, relationships, rock and roll, how to torture yourself, keeping it real, blaming it on everyone else, ...
110. Leila Embodied Anatomy – with Leila Stuart  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", th...
109. Mindfulness Elder – Joel Levey Mindfulness elder and pioneer Joel Levey is on today to share his experience. We discuss how practice shows, the early days of yoga in the US, the benefits of neurofeedback and biofeedback, motivation...
107. Integrating arts – with Amanda Brown Yoga teacher, bodyworker and creative artist Amanda Brown joins me from Cornwall. We talk fancy vs church-hall yoga, the power of community, lineage and post lineage yoga, Iyengar yoga strictness, ack...
105. Evidence-based embodiment – with Helen Payne Dance movement therapists and academic researcher Helen Payne joins me to geek out. We discuss why the body, being a "body person in academia", Jon Kabat-Zinn, medically unexplained symptoms, psychoso...

Sign up to receive our free ebooks

'Working with the body in training and coaching'

'Working with normal people: a guide for hippies' for body people to work in business

You can unsubscribe at any time. Please see our privacy policy for how we take care of your information.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest