Zed and Amy take note of December's Winter Solstice and describe why Body Trust is taking the month off. Our shortest podcast ever (00:02:12)!
See you in January. :)
Music: Grateful to Little Do...Read More »
Alex, Amy, Lizz, and I were retreating this past weekend, reflecting on 2017 and planning 2018, and also looking at our larger strategy and trajectory of where we're going. (That last part is mostly g...Read More »
Sometimes I need to find some relief from the onslaught of news
Part of resilience and self-care is knowing when I've had enough, when my system needs some "down regulation" as Lizz likes to say, a...Read More »
What catches your eye today?
That was the game I played as I walked outside between sessions.
For the next few months there will be filtered light with long shadows during the daytime. Usually...Read More »
Amy talks with writer, performer, and educator Jen Cross about her new book and how writing is an embodied practice available to all of us, not just to heal trauma but also to celebrate our passions.
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“Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” — AA Milne
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November's theme is all about resilience. Think of those squirrels burying their nuts in the ground in preparation for the coming winter*.
Lately, though, I've been thinking of resilience not in th...Read More »
Thank you, Mark Fleming and Jay Craver!
Music: Grateful to Little Dog Big Ears for their Creative Commons licensed music She Sees Mice (intro and outro). Make sure to subscribe in iTunes or Sticher...Read More »
"Samhain heralds in a terrifying season when we are asked to embrace loss."
I'm really into dharma talks and recordings of meditations lately. I have a commute now; plus, I'm spend so much time at ...Read More »
The Wonder Body Connection Tour is all over the place, bringing the aliveness of the coloring book near and far. We’ve started describing it as “an embodiment guide disguised as a coloring book.”
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