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Module 6: Make Embodied Relationships Part of Your Life

Module 7

How is this kind of embodied connecting for you?  Does co-regulation make a difference for you? Did you feel more connected to yourself and other people while practicing or afterwards? In this final module, Beth offers ways to integrate these practices into your life. She discusses not only the personal and relational impacts of this work, but also how embodiment and co-regulation relate to racism, sexism, and other oppressive structures. In oppressive situations and challenging times, embodied connection brings hope.  

Module Structure

Module 6. Lesson 1: Concrete Tips

Make embodied relationships part of your life. Here are suggestions for when and how to integrate co-regulation into your life, with the people around you.

Module 6. Lesson 2: Do a Basic Session - Buddy Practice #1, 30 - 45 minutes

Plan and meet for an approximately 45-minute practice session with your buddy, online or in-person.

Module 6. Lesson 3: Embodiement, Co-Regulation and Oppression

What do embodiment and co-regulation have to do with oppression? Body Up! Co-Regulation wires in collaboration and mutual empowerment. This is an important antidote to hierarchy and oppressive dynamics.

Module 6. Lesson 4: Do a Basic Session - Buddy Practice #2, 30 - 45 minutes

Plan and meet for an approximately 45-minute practice session with your buddy, online or in-person.

Module 6. Lesson 5: Your Social Nervous System and Hope

Skills for embodiment around others set us up to regulate together and reduce stress fast. That restores hope.

Module 6. Lesson 6: Harvest, Review and Integrate

Thank you for showing up to build your embodiment skills! I wish you an enlivening integration of these practices into your life.

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