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We are Carl Rabke & Erin Geesaman Rabke. Together, we are honored to steward a living body of work we call Integrative Embodiment. We are Somatic Naturalists and Embodiment Mentors. Between us, we have more than 45 years of experience offering somatic education and bodywork. Passionate about our ongoing education, we have extensive training in The Feldenkrais Method, Structural Integration, Embodied Life Work, The Work That Reconnects, Tai Chi, Focusing, Ayurveda, Yoga & Yoga Therapy and more. We're also parents, writers, podcasters, long-time meditators, passionate learners, and are madly in love with each other. We not only engage in this work professionally; we're grateful to say it infuses every aspect of our lives.
Some Ways You Might Work With Us:
- Private sessions in Feldenkrais, Structural Integration, and Embodied Life.
- Enlivening Online Courses
- Live Workshops, Courses, and Community Grief-Tending Rituals
- Retreat with us in beautiful places
- Read our writings
- Listen to our awesome podcast!
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Ultimately, all of our work is about helping people learn to grow embodied presence, intimacy with life, and courageous kindness toward what is. As Mary Oliver wrote, "You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves." It's true.
We believe with our whole hearts that embodiment matters deeply –not only to our personal well-being but for the healing of our world.
Thank you for visiting our online home.
“Erin and Carl Rabke are two of the most awake, compassionate, and embodied practitioners I have worked with. Both of them bring inspiration, subtlety and exquisite nuance to their instruction. They are deeply in touch with their audience and I would entrust anyone to their reliable hands.”
Diane Musho Hamilton, author of Everything is Workable and The Zen of You and Me
A note from Carl: Hello friends! I wanted to begin this morning with this piece from Fred Lamotte, who is such a beautiful embodiment of a contemporary mystic poet. This poem has been rocking my world all week: “May all beings be happy, and know the cause of happiness.” ~Sutra on the Four Immeasurables What is the…Read More
Why do Feldenkrais? Erin Geesaman Rabke September 9, 2019 Age gracefully I’m so inspired by my Feldenkrais teachers in their 80s. They continue to improve their movement habits even as they age – just as others their age seem to keep declining. Several years ago, one 80-year-old teacher of ours fell off his mountain bike and…Read More
Hello, dear human being, reading these words, wherever you might be… Are you comfortable in your skin? Before you read, can I invite you to take 30 seconds to feel your whole self, notice any tiny shifts you could make that might increase pleasure and decrease tension? Toes, neck, face, hands, shoulders, belly, posture? How about…Read More