Working with Embodied Facilitation in Online Contexts

£15.00

In this course, Mark Walsh explains how working online has made his own work scaleable and accessible, and has opened embodiment up to a large new audience. He shares the considerable experience he’s gained from working in this way. You’ll learn how virtual embodiment “dojos” are not only very possible, but also have some advantages over face-to-face trainings.

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Video recording of online workshop

In this course, Mark Walsh explains how working online has made his own work scaleable and accessible, and has opened embodiment up to a large new audience. He shares the considerable experience he’s gained from working in this way. You’ll learn how virtual embodiment “dojos” are not only very possible, but also have some advantages over face-to-face trainings.

Benefits

● Learn how to get full engagement
● Understand confidence hacks
● Learn how to teach meditation and centring
● Understand how to bond groups in different locations
● Gain practical tech tips (e.g. Zoom hacks)
● Learn why online is different from teaching in person (some of the reasons aren’t obvious)
● See example techniques like centring

About the trainer

Mark Walsh has dedicated his life to embodied learning. He founded the Embodied Facilitator Course (UK and Russia), Embodied Yoga Principles, The Embodiment Conference, and Europe’s first embodied business training company – Integration Training.

He has taught in 30 countries and made embodiment available online through a YouTube channel, which has over 14 million hits, and on The Embodiment Podcast. He has a degree in psychology, an aikido black-belt, and has trained with various body-mind masters and in many approaches, including body psychotherapy, yoga, dance, bodywork and meditation. Past clients have included Unilever, L’Oreal, Virgin Atlantic, Shell, Oxfam, The NHS, Ikea and The House of Lords. He has also worked with peace and trauma projects in Israel/Palestine, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Brazil, East Africa, and with the Sierra Leonian Army.

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