A weekly podcast for everyone who is interested in the body as more than just a brain-taxi. The podcast contains in-depth explorations of embodied topics, and hosts guests from around the world. Speakers have expertise in diverse embodied areas from yoga, to martial arts, to body therapy, to dance, to theatre, to bodywork. The podcast is also full of practical tips and experiential exercises. We can sometimes be a bit cheeky and swear, so bear that in mind.
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Feminine Yoga and the Tantric Tradition - With Lorraine Taylor and Christina Dohr
Christina meets with Lorraine Taylor to talk: Feminine Yoga, using ancient tantric wisdom goddesses as an access point to cultivating qualities and skills for daily life. Why there is no 'one style fits all approach', the power of women-only-spaces and how doing Yoga non-dogmatically, ethically and trauma aware represents a future direction away from Guru mindset. Lorraine specialises in offering an insightful feminine way of practising Yoga, bringing forth her love of Tantra and Kashmir Shaivism. Website for Lorraine :
Creativity, Art and Mythic Storytelling - With Ian MacKenzie and Patricia Aguirre
Ian MacKenzie shares his epic creative journey, projects to date and, his personal awakening. He opens up about trauma and being authentic in the world including how events inform and allow for growth within the masculine and feminine. He demonstrates how cataylsts in his life manifested into globoal works such as Sacred Economics, Amplify Her, Lost Nation Road and many, many more.
Parkour Rebels - With Dr. Julie Angel
Natural movement coach joins Mark Walsh to chat skateboarding, parkour, play, “vision”, authority and freedom, Foucault, airports, ageing, fear, fight and flight, transferable learning, and snacks! A wonderful intellectual ramble.
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417. Jungian Trauma - With Liana Netto
Jungian psychologist Liana joins Mark Walsh from Brazil to discuss Jung, masculine and feminine, pathology vs purpose, complexes and trauma, archetypes, the terrific and the terrible, immature politicians, and Brazilian culture. A different take on some of our classic themes. You can find Liana Netto here:
Making Embodied Mindfulness Playful – With Andrew Cain and Karin
Yes, there is something called mindful improv! Andrew Cain joins Karin to discuss how clowning, comedy and improv can help you to develop curiosity, kindness, acceptance and openness. And how trying on other embodiments in a playful way can help us to let go of self-imposed restrictions and free us up to be more ourselves as well as live more fully in the moment.
A good one to help you to not take yourself and your practice too seriously!
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Sexological Body Poems - With Katie Sarra and Julian Marcus
Body poem creator Katie and teacher Julian join Mark Walsh to discuss, tantra, sexological bodywork, a**l mapping, clean language, Playback Theatre, deep body listening, the process of creating a “brand”, and embodiment in Portugal. A exploration of an interesting practice.
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Super informative and easy to listen to
So many podcasts!! Lots to learn about embodiment from so many different people - how exciting is that! Thanks you for putting all these together, a great resource for anyone wanting to connect and tune in to their body and ‘how they are’
Good content, unnecessary language
I do enjoy the main content of the show and overall premise. However, the f** and sh** language used quite freely, especially in one of the recent episodes seemingly focusing on ‘self-regulation’, seems very unnecessary and not adding any extra value to the ideas that are being communicated. I looked back and many episodes have E (explicit) warning on them - it would not be necessary at all if one of the presenters (just one!) would stop relishing the frequent use of quite unpleasant (and very unnecessary) language. Not cool. If this continues, I’ll have to deliberately avoid all podcasts with this presenter or unsubscribe altogether, however much I overall enjoy the podcasts and conversations - gives me a very unpleasant aftertaste … sorry! Generally I am a very positive person but as I said, it is absolutely not needed to be a very informative and enjoyable podcast.
Great idea, poor execution
The interviewer needs to back off, he keeps interrupting the guest with his own need to impress with his knowledge. Let the person tell us about the topic, they’re the expert. The best interviewers are facilitating, this guy seems competitive. Makes listening to the podcast a struggle. Its not about you…