Being Embodied

I’ve been less active here lately, but not been slacking! I’ve recently written a blog post for Mark Walsh of Integration Training. Integration Training is unusual in that they use an “embodied learning” approach to corporate training.

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An Integration Training workshop. © IT

The training is highly effective but it’s not easy to explain how and why it works, so Mark asked me to write a breif overview of embodiment theory. Given the breadth of the subject, it’s quite a tall order to sum it up in one blog post, so I’ve split it into two parts. Part one – Being Embodied – introduces the key ideas, notably embodied knowing and thinking. Being Embodied is a lot longer than the posts I write here, so I’ve been able to go into more detail. Check it out and let me know what you think.

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