Episode 12

012: Trusting Your Body's Wisdom

Welcome back to Episode 12 of “It Takes Two To Tango - Conversations That Move Us”. In this episode, entitled "Trusting Our Body's Wisdom", we have brought in a guest.
Please meet Martina’s Alexander Technique Teacher and Somatic Educator Ed Bilanchone. Having had a career in professional ballet and modern dance, and being passionate about Tai Chi and Golf as well as studying various aspects about the science and application of movement, Ed has taught Martina not only how to move better in dance, but also how to think differently about movement in how she lives and moves in her daily life. We chose Ed to share with us some of his thoughts about what “the body’s wisdom” actually means, how we can access it in a smarter way, trust it - and improve our brain-body connection in all we do. To find out more about Ed, check out his website: https://smartmoves4living.com/

About the Podcast

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It Takes Two to Tango: Conversations that Move Us
A metaphorical dance where we have conversations about how to partner with life in a more meaningful way

About your hosts

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Martina H. Meyer

Martina Meyer empowers individual and business leaders to unlock their full potential, create extraordinary success, and lead happy, fulfilled and joyful lives in all areas of their work and life.
Beyond her entrepreneurial passions Martina loves to immerse herself in the beauty and elegance of Argentine Tango and Viennese Waltz.
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Nat Couropmitree

Nat Couropmitree guides visionary leaders to discover and embrace their unique path of freedom, aliveness and significance. Beyond his life’s work, Nat enjoys traveling and dancing the Argentine Tango with his beloved wife, Olga.