Sharon Weil speaks with somatic pioneer Emilie Conrad about Movement and Creativity, Continuum and Writing, and Eros
Articles & Media
Most people believe that aging is a downward slide towards decrepitude, and there is no coming back.
As a culture, we are captured in a collective trance that sees aging as a process of inevitable decline in vigor, mobility, interaction and worth. We accept a model for aging that does not include the idea of renewal...
The Ageless Body:
Anti-Aging, Fitness & Continuum
Essays on how to develop a flexible response to change, what inspires change, letting yourself be led by play and pleasure, shifting your supports, and much more...
Learning to Navigate Change
Sharon Weil in conversation with Emilie Conrad
Interview with Teri Carter.
BioDiversity Somatic Summit
Past guests include Susan Harper, Camille Maurine, Robert Litman, Fred Sugerman and many more.
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Passing 4 Normal Podcast:
Conversations with Artists, Activists and Awakeners about Seeding Change in the World
Sharon Weil is the author of ChangeAbility: How Artists, Activists and Awakeners Navigate Change; The ChangeAbility Playbook: How to Navigate Your Own Change; and Donny and Ursula Save the World. For more information, visit Sharon's author website at www.sharonweilauthor.com.
and Other Books by Sharon Weil
The Fluid Movement of Change
Change, whether internal or external, personal or public, could be said to move like a river: sometimes churning like surging rapids, sometimes flowing or meandering, and at other times, damned up in a stagnant pool. Change is moving all the time, expressing itself in our health, aging, relationships, lifestyles, environment, and how we relate to the natural world...