Listening to the wisdom of our body is an essential component of self-care, yet how often do we truly embrace this? Do we even know what that would look like?
In this episode we speak with Courtney Amo, Dr. Julie Beaulac, and Casey Bergland, the authors of the book entitled The Mind Body Way: The Embodied Leader’s Path to Resilience, Connection, and Purpose. Our guests use the term “leader” in a broad sense to include both the traditionally recognized leadership roles but also those that we might not ordinarily think of. So, whether you’re in a supervisory role where you’re leading a team or simply just leading yourself, this episode is for you. Our guests discuss exactly what is meant by the term “embodiment” and some of the reasons we struggle to listen to our bodies. We also explore the authors’ 6 pillar framework and it’s overlap with our 4 C’s framework, focusing specifically on the importance of courage and connection. We end off by hearing about our guests’ favorite “non-conventional” self-care practices.
Courtney Amo is a certified yoga instructor and the founder of Mahaa, an independent yoga, retreat, lifestyle coaching, and consulting practice that promotes inclusive and barrier-free access to well-being. Julie is a certified yoga teacher and a clinical, health, and rehabilitation psychologist in private practice who helps individuals, groups, and organizations enhance their performance and satisfaction by becoming more engaged in their lives. And Casey is a yoga instructor and certified professional coach who recently founded Worthy and Well, an online coaching and training company. Casey focuses on helping her clients become embodied leaders without burning out or neglecting their bodies’ wisdom.
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