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Expanding Our Somatic Capacity

In these particularly challenging times, how can we as coaches help people foster resilience, embodied decision-making and the fundamental needs of safety, belonging and dignity?

In this conversation with somatic coach Staci Haines we dive into coaching across social boundaries, addressing conditioned tendencies, fostering resilience, living from past commitments and expanding our somatic capacity.

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In this podcast we talk about:

01:15 How context shapes worldviews
04:55 Coaching across social boundaries
08:10 Addressing conditioned tendencies
13:00 Fostering resilience through practice
16:20 Living from inherited commitments
20:15 Moving from a known to an unknown self
25:00 Reclaiming the wisdom of the body
29:30 Expanding our somatic capacity
35:30 How do we give centered consent
41:20 Embodied consent and commitment
46:10 Safety, belonging and dignity
53:15 Becoming part of something bigger

Resources Mentioned:
Andrew Huberman
The Politics of Trauma, by Staci Haines

About Staci

Staci Haines

Staci Haines has been in the field of somatics and engaged in social change work for over 25 years. Her latest book is based on her work to transform the impact of individual and social trauma, and strengthen the interdependence of personal and social change. She leads programs in somatics, trauma and resilience, and embodied leadership for healers and coaches, social change leaders, and social innovators. Staci is the co-founder and former Director of generative somatics and a senior teacher for Strozzi Institute.

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