A podcast on body somatic
In this episode, Madelanne Rust-d’Eye – a somatic psychotherapist, counsellor and facilitator – shares her knowledge on somatics and body-informed leadership. Her approach is body-focused, practical and experiential and scientifically-based.
She looks at the body as a phenomenon, as an experience to be understood. Madelanne talks about the interwoven realities of brain and body, discussing what somatic practices we should be doing if we want to be capable of connection and partnership.
What you’ll learn (or why you should care):
The importance of practicing embodiment and noticing the sensory experiences in our bodies
The impact of intergenerational trauma on our body and how we can become more conscious of it
Madelanne and Shaun discuss substance addiction and its linkages to a lack of connection
Where to find Madelanne:
Find the online program on the introduction to body-informed leadership for residents in North America and in Europe
Join the co-mentoring group for facilitators who want to dive deeper into the world of intergenerational trauma, privilege and oppression
Join the Movement in Relationship sessions
Contact Madelanne for one-on-one sessions
Resma Menakem, ‘My grandmothers’ hands’ book
David Hawkins, ‘Power versus Force’ book
Join The Lovebird Club
A private community for those who value love, trust, and intimacy. Group support and weekly calls.
For contributing lovebirds only: https://thelovedrive.com/thelovebirdclub
Learn more about The Love Drive