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We are Erin & Carl, Embodied Life Teachers and Feldenkrais Practitioners, lovers of learning and life.
We're also parents, writers, bookaholics, and somatics geeks who are totally in love with each other.
We are deeply devoted to waking up.
We offer workshops, retreats, in-person and online courses and excellent private sessions in Feldenkrais, Embod
Ultimately, all of our work is about helping people learn to grow their embodied presence and their courageous kindness.
With unconditional warmth and with grounded, embodied presence, everything in life becomes less effortful, more pleasurable and totally workable. You not only heal injuries, pains, and unhelpful patterns in your body and your life, you become empowered to give your best to the world. And make no mistake—the world needs you at your best.
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“Erin and Carl Rabke are two of the most awake, compassionate, and embodied practitioners I have worked with. Both of them bring inspiration, subtlety and exquisite nuance to their instruction. They are deeply in touch with their audience and I would entrust anyone to their reliable hands.”
Diane Musho Hamilton, author of Everything is Workable and The Zen of You and Me
A note from Erin: How about a little Rumi? (I’ll never say no to that…) Love Dogs One night a man was crying, Allah! Allah! His lips grew sweet with the praising, until a cynic said, “So! I have heard you calling out, but have you ever gotten any response?” The man had no answer…Read More
A note from Erin: A few things before today’s writing: 1. We have a fresh new podcast episode exploring Embodying Resilience with Dr. Don St. John. Give it a listen! 2. Registration is open for our amazing retreat in Costa Rica in January! Read all about it and Join us! On the importance of roots and…Read More
A note from Erin: What can I possibly write when there are kids in cages, families seeking aid only to experience such unimaginable tragedy? And when it’s so tempting to numb out because it’s all just so heavy? I don’t know, friends. Here’s my attempt: I’m doing my best to lean in and not shrink away,…Read More