A Conversation with Russell Delman

In this episode we speak with Russell Delman, founder of the Embodied Life School and Feldenkrais Method (R) trainer. In our conversation we explore Russell’s reflections on what embodiment means and why it matters in the modern world. We talk about our tendencies to reify life and how being in living relationship with our bodies, minds and world changes everything. We explore the difference between concept and direct experience and how useful it is to return to lived experience in many contexts, from physical pain to political situations.

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Erin

By training and profession, I am a somatic educator. Over the past 25+ years I have trained in and taught modern dance, tai chi, Indian and Tibetan yoga, yoga therapy (specializing in back pain). I completed a 4-year professional Feldenkrais training in 2007 and a 3-year Embodied Life training in 2014. I also study and work with somatic meditation and the profound practice of embodied inner listening known as Focusing.

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  1. karen on April 19, 2018 at 7:24 pm

    Loved this interview. It left me curious for more. Great series.

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