“As a child, I loved to spin in circles. I would put on every petticoat I could find and whirl to any music. I was delighted to be in my body, and felt in touch with something bigger than myself. Later, while studying philosophy in college, I realized that the ideas I was learning were not abstract concepts, but really about embodied experience, and that lit me up. I found that I could trust what I experienced in my body to guide me to a more vital and meaningful life. I knew it because I had the felt-sense of it. I was thrilled when I found a professor who was synthesizing movement, psychology and philosophy.”

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