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.
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.