On this episode I lay out a classic embodiment model – the four elements. I take listeners through an experiential test of their preferences and show uses across a wide range of domains form business training, to team building, to relationships, communication and directing your embodied practice. A very useful one for anyone who works with the body. 

 

videos:

https://youtu.be/qn0yxZwzjrY

https://youtu.be/krTF9EApBTI

https://youtu.be/6UN5Fnwucso

https://youtu.be/8rJpobKZ98k

https://youtu.be/NjhUubNIpeM

https://youtu.be/2SHunOVrxes


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