The Embodiment Project

Our bodies carry our stories.

Archaeologists look at bones to learn how people ate, carried their posture, how much they exercised, what type of jobs they did, and many other elements of daily life. These scientists look at the body to learn about the individual. Ancient Chinese and Indian medicine associate locations in the body with with physical, emotional, and psychological health.

Our bodies are the way we connect with our surrounding world.

The Embodiment Project is an ongoing research project combining education, physical dance practice, and performance. Using dance as its medium The Embodiment Project investigates the relationships between kinesthetic, somatic, and anatomical understanding, self-awareness, art making, and non-violent, positive, social change.


  1. I thought you might like to know about The Healing Dance Network

    the Healing Dance Network. I have been looking for a web between the various healing dance studies, theories, practitioners and proponents through which to find, share and expand on my own studies. I have been working with dance as a self-healing resource and looking intuitively and through on-line research to open my knowledge and understanding into the possibilities and realities of healing through dance. I am hoping you will let me know about your own search and findings and how we might work together to bring our learning further.

    1. Hi, libramoon! Thank you for reaching out and sharing this information! I'll look forward to more conversations on the Healing Dance Network and! ~Jessica