Passing 4 Normal Podcast, hosted by Sharon Weil, is a show about Change. Her guests are remarkable, everyday heroes who create and adapt to change in their own unique and inspiring ways…and inform how you can too! Join us for lively discussions, fascinating insight, and valuable information about the one certainty in life…Change.
This acclaimed podcast has inspired the book, ChangeAbility: How Artists, Activists, and Awakeners Navigate Change. (Archer/Rare Bird Books)
What Can We Learn by Navigating Uncertainty? with Sharon Weil
Passing 4 Normal podcast host, Sharon Weil, reflects upon lessons learned from this season’s interviews with somatic experts for navigating the unprecedented change and uncertainty of these coronavirus times. Harvesting the gems of their wisdom, she talks about how to find ground in a shifting scene by using our own inner-resources of breath, movement and felt-sense presence to transform illness, fear, and isolation into true connection and holistic wellbeing. sharonweilauthor.com
Staying The Course When The Course is Shifting with Bonnie Gintis DO
How can we stay the course of our lives when the course is drastically shifting due to coronavirus response? How do we wait for the unknown? Bonnie Gintis, osteopathic physician, Continuum somatic educator and author of Engaging the Movement of Life: Exploring Health and Embodiment, talks about how to find moment-to-moment stability in uncertainty, and how to maintain your good health through ongoing creative inquiry. bonniegintis.com
Turning Sheltering-at-Home Into Sanctuary with Volker Moritz
Volker Moritz, psychotherapist, sexologist, and Continuum somatic educator, talks about turning shelter into sanctuary by creating sacred space anywhere that we are. As we begin to emerge from our quarantine, how can we slow down—even as we are speeding back up—in order to retain connection with ourselves and the natural world that we are a part of?
Leading From The Heart with Linda Rabin
Whether for raising your voice in protest and solidarity, or for finding expansive calm during social isolation, Linda Rabin, dance and movement pioneer, and Continuum somatic educator, talks about Leading from the Heart. It’s not just a metaphor; it’s a somatic practice that brings levity to the spaces around the heart, and a feeling of wellbeing so that our effective actions come from a sense of true connection and not from fear. Find out more about Linda here: www.lindarabin.com
From Inside to Outside—What Nourishes Us in the Transition? with Megan Bathory-Peeler
Inside? Outside? Are you ready to go back out from your coronavirus shelter? Maybe not so, for some. Megan Bathory-Peeler, movement artist, bodywork therapist, and Continuum somatic educator, talks about the challenges of making the transition from inside to outside and what supports we need in order to carry a sense of spacious wellbeing out into the larger, face-paced world—now that we can.
The Supports That We Need Are With Us At All Times with Rebecca Amis Lawson
Would you like to feel a sense of expansive freedom, movement, and interactive engagement even while sheltering at home? Rebecca Amis Lawson, psychotherapist, dance movement therapist, and Continuum somatic educator talks about how to use our perception of space and ground to help us locate and renew our relationships to ourselves, our environment, and to our sense of safety and wellbeing. The portals of our senses nourish our receptivity and provide inherent support that lifts us out of worry and future-fear into an immediate sense of presence anywhere and everywhere that we are. Find out more about Rebecca Lawson at HTTP://evolvingtherapies.com.
Sharon is top-notch interviewer that dives deep into interesting and thought-provoking topics. You will undoubtedly come away with some aha's as you listen to an amazing roster of guests.
Thoughtful and Inspiring
Sharon’s conversations with her guests are so inspiring. These guests have all become change-makers, and their stories encourage me to do the same. I always learn something new about the world as well as myself listening to this podcast.
Relateable, honest, smart and engaging
Featuring fascinating guests with unique perspectives, Passing4Normal always makes me see the world a little differently. Relateable, honest, smart and engaging.