Podcast Interview for Emerging Form

https___bucketeer-e05bbc84-baa3-437e-9518-adb32be77984.s3.amazonaws.com_public_images_fe02e6da-b97c-4458-bf5e-d2bdf35f3c36_256x256

When creatives show up for their practice, they bring a lot of tools: perhaps books and pens and paper. Perhaps canvas and paint. Perhaps a camera or a script. But all creatives have one thing in common: they bring their bodies. In this episode, we speak with poet/teacher/dancer/zen monk Brooke McNamara about body awareness and creative practice. How did her own body awareness inform her practice and what might we all do to tap deeper into our physical bodies and let our “empathetic kinesthetic awareness” help lead us. 

Click here to listen.
 

Share This

Leave a Comment





9days
Brooke McNamara

Related

divider2

The Poetic Mind & Coaching

Could the way out of the global crisis be rooted in a change of perception? The rational mind ...
{ ... }

Podcast: The fierce feminine dance

Brooke joins Mark to talk ballet beginnings, somatics, healing vs. art, wildness, Zen, internal vs. external orientations, her ...
{ ... }

LISTEN: The Poetry of Reality and Mothering as Activism

Sharing:      How the birth is a psycho-spiritual death experience     The rich depth of postpartum experience     Practicing as a Zen Monk ...
{ ... }