Episode 19: The Journey to Embodiment
In this episode, your host, Eric Pothen, chats with Ellie Roscher, author of “The Embodied Path”, about the journey to embodiment: returning home to our bodies. We talk about the importance of honoring our body’s experience and the story it has to tell. We spend some time talking about Ellie’s book, how we can honor our body’s experience, and the importance of doing “the work.” Ellie leaves listeners with some prompts to think about how they can begin this journey toward embodiment.
About Ellie Roscher:
Ellie Roscher is the author of The Embodied Path, 12 Tiny Things, Play Like a Girl and How Coffee Saved My Life. Her writing appears in the Baltimore Review, Inscape Magazine, Bearings and elsewhere. Ellie also founded and facilitates Plum, a supportive online community for folks journeying toward deeper embodiment together. She teaches writing at The Loft Literary Center and The Minnesota Writing Project and yoga at Up and Blooma. Through curious inquiry, her work accompanies people to a more centered, whole, and embodied self. Ellie holds an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and an MA in Theology from Luther Seminary.
Follow Ellie at @ellieroscher on Instagram and find out more at plumwellness.us and ellieroscher.com.
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