Movement can be a great source of pleasure, joy – and even wisdom. But most of us think about movement only in terms of exercise – at best a chore to complete, at worst a punishment for not being in the “right” kind of body.
Jane Clapp is a powerful teacher who guides us in rethinking our relationship to movement. She believes in movement as a path to deepening embodiment, resolving trauma and unlocking body wisdom that can help us navigate through life.
This podcast episode is one part of our interview with Jane Clapp. You’ll find an extended version, with a deeper discussion about trauma, polyvagal theory and trauma informed movement, in our free Survivor’s Toolkit.
Discover more about Jane Clapp, her online offerings and trainings at JaneClapp.com