Embodiment Matters Podcast

Mythic By Nature: A Conversation with Micheal Meade

Embodiment Matters Featuring Michael Meade

Michael Meade is a renowned storyteller, mythologist, writer, scholar, and teacher. He has written several great books including The Genius Myth, Fate And Destiny, and his newest book, Awakening The Soul: A Deep Response to A Troubled World. Michael’s teachings are unique, poetic, mystical, offered with a New York accent, and flash of scrappy, bad-ass,…

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The Case For Elderhood: A Conversation With Stephen Jenkinson

In this episode (our longest yet, and worth every minute!) we have the great pleasure to speak to the inimitable Stephen Jenkinson. Stephen is a teacher, author, storyteller, spiritual activist, farmer and founder of the Orphan Wisdom School. In this conversation, we explore topics such as how to strengthen your “wonder muscle,” what it means…

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A Conversation with Diane and Don St. John

Embodiment Matters Featuring Dr. Don and Diane St. John

In this episode we talk with Don & Diane St. John. Diane is a somatic counsellor, coach and Continuum Teacher. Don is a somatic-relational psychotherapist, Continuum Teacher and author. We explore many topics related to embodiment and relationships. We speak about growing a somatic practice, about cultivating spaciousness, about investing in your own embodied awareness…

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Ecosomatics: A Conversation with Chandler Stevens

Chandler Stevens is a somatic coach. He’s developing and organizing a body of work known as Ecosomatics, which revolves around the connections between body, mind, and environment. In his private coaching practice, he focuses on helping environmentally-conscious entrepreneurs get out of chronic pain and restore deep connection of body/mind so that they can tackle our…

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Embodying Resilience: A Conversation With Dr. Don St. John

In this conversation we speak with Dr. Don St John. Don is a psychotherapist, Hellerwork trainer, and Continuum Practitioner (among many other things,) and he wrote “Healing The Wounds of Childhood: A Psychologist’s Journey and Discoveries From Wretched Beginnings to a Thriving Life.” Don and his wife, Diane, live and teach in Salt Lake City,…

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