Category Archives: Embodiment Studies

Louella Morgan-Richer on Unlocking Trauma, Strengthening Resilience and Redefining Self Through Embodied Practices

Louella Morgan-Richer recently graduated as a Health Arts and Sciences student in the Transformative Language Arts concentration. In reflecting on her journey, she discusses how the Goddard Graduate Institute experience changed her art and life. Her art work, evident in … Continue reading

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Embodied Knowing: The Body is the Revolution on the Magical Mystery Tour

Goddard faculty members Lise Weil, Sarah Van Hoy, and Lori Wynters, who helped design and launch the new concentration in Embodiment Studies, recently talk about embodied ways of knowing of WDGR’s Magical Mystery Tour. Listen to the “Embodied Knowledge: The … Continue reading

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