“Sociable expertise doesn't create community in any self-conscious or ideological sense; it consists simply of good practices. The well-crafted organization will focus on whole human beings in time, it will encourage mentoring, and it will demand standards framed in language that any person in the organization (and I would add outside the organization) might understand.” (Richard Sennett)

Pedagogical Principles and Methodology

"L’intuition, c’est l’intelligence qui commet un excès de vitesse."

(Henri Bernstein)

Pedagogical Principles

Embodied Practice® is a disciplined inquiry into conscious, effortless and creative functioning in all areas of living. The inquiry is through direct bodily experience of action, sensation and feeling.

The pedagogical principle and methodology of Embodied Practice® are based on Autopoiesis: the notion that living systems are capable of continually and dynamically adapting and changing themselves in the face of external conditions. Embodied Practice® recognizes the person as a unified conscious organism inclusive of all aspects of self: body, voice, spirit, soul, psyche, intellect, mind, emotion and creativity. The major tools of the practice are inclusive of movement, voice, awareness, conscious attention, and the articulation of experience in verbal and/or symbolic/creative form. The practical methodologies of Embodied Practice® are the disciplines of and .