I’m super-excited to invite you to a fantastic event: The Embodiment Conference. I feel honored to present at this global learning experience. And, guess what? You can attend from wherever you are, it’s happening now, and it’s great!
Over one hundred of the world’s best embodiment teachers are sharing their knowledge, experience, and wisdom in this online celebration of reconnecting with the body.
Whether you want to get an overview of embodiment and somatics, go deeper into a certain type of bodywork, or broaden your perspective beyond your own field, there’s something for everyone. There are seventeen different tracks ranging from Coaching, Leadership, Bodywork, Dance, Movement, Yoga, and Martial Arts to Meditation, Integral, Peace, Trauma, Creativity, Ecology, and more.
Tickets are free, but spots are limited!
This Sunday, November 18, 5 pm EST, I’m presenting an experiential talk, “The Somatic Art of Healing Headaches, Migraine, and Chronic Pain.” Please join me!
The conference is online on Zoom, and sessions cover time zones globally. All sessions will be recorded and freely available for a week after the end of the conference. You can also purchase the conference recordings to watch forever at your leisure.
There’s a tremendous line-up of speakers, including Ken Wilber, Don Hanlon Johnson, Debbie Rosas, Charles Eisenstein, Martha Eddy, Dianne Bondy, Joel Levey, Jozef Frucek, Helen Payne, Ariana Rabinovitch, Paul Linden, Amanda Blake, and many more. Plus, presenters (me included) are offering a variety of special discounts and bonuses.
Here’s what conference host Mark Walsh says about The Embodiment Conference:
“In this conference, we’ve envisioned something bold. We have a great organising team, the necessary technological platforms, and something a little special is possible. What Google has done with information, this conference starts to do with embodied experience – to make what is wise, world-changing, and always at hand, freely available to all.
We want to connect those globally who share passion for this work, and offer leaders in this field a wider reach to do the good that they do. Typically organizers of events say they are “excited” . . . but this does not sum up the deep yearning and sense of purpose that I have for this conference. It will be profound. You are warmly invited.”
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I say: Don’t miss it!
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