"When the brain proliferates options, it gets off the path of least resistance and reaches more widely into its networks. Instead of running set algorithms, the brain bends, breaks & blends its storehouse of experiences, imagining what-ifs."
~ David Eagleman - neuroscientist & Anthony Brandt - composer

We’ve been asked many times why one might engage in Embodied Education, so we’ve compiled a list of benefits and outlined the core knowledge & skills that are gained through our learning processes.

Benefits for Life

  • Enhanced creativity

  • Improved mental health

  • Moving through perceived blocks and finding powerful solutions to resolve

  • Stronger connectedness with others and environment

  • Clearer sense of life purpose

Benefits For Study & professional learning

  • Enhanced learning agility

  • Access to multiple intelligences - we call this poly-intelligence

  • Development of personal experiential memory tracts

  • Awareness of organic tensility

  • Recognition of learning resistances

  • Attunement to senses, others and environments differently

  • Refreshed enthusiasm for study and professional learning

  • Access to embodied creative processes

LP Core knowledge and Skill


  • Embodiment Practices

  • Human Development

  • Creative Evolution

  • Embodied Anatomy & elemental cellular intelligence

  • Multiple Intelligence Theory

  • Multi-sensory lived experience


  • Attuning differently to experience and environment

  • Improvising

  • Directing and dilating attention

  • Somatic imagining through sensory observation, experimentation and reflection

  • Focusing inbetween

  • Harnessing poly-intelligence

  • Attuning to organic tensility

  • Translating fundamental human developmental patterns into learning frameworks