Writing, Yoga, Intentional Breath and Tiny Things have all been path back home to my body that help me pay attention. Join me as we write, move and breathe in community toward deeper embodiment. Let's stay awake to our lives. Let's bring a quality of presence to a few more moments in our day. Let's heal our bodies so we can show up to each other with the capacity to build something more beautiful to belong to. Embodiment is not about pulling away, but pulling into alignment so that we have more capacity, radiating in community, belonging to each other.
Ellie Roscher is the author of The Embodied Path, 12 Tiny Things, Play Like a Girl and How Coffee Saved My Life. She teaches yoga at Up Yoga, and teaches writing at The Loft Literary Center and the Minnesota Writing Project. Ellie thrives holding space and creating community for folks to live toward deeper embodiment. Ellie holds an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and an MA in Theology from Luther Seminary. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @ellieroscher and find out more at ellieroscher.com.