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What is @transembodimentproject?

07/17/2021

@transembodimentproject is my practice portfolio. Ideas, images, and offerings from my own experience as a teacher, artist, and movement practitioner. Many of the images and videos are in collaboration with Cai Indermaur. Why transembodiment? The term “embodiment” gets thrown around a lot in the movement world, often as a perceived…

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Moving for Resilience

07/05/2020

Hey Everybody! Somehow it’s July and it has been way too long since our last article The team and I are hanging in. We’re seeing so many beloved local businesses close and as we mourn those losses, we feel so blessed that our community is still in tact after four…

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Self-myofascial Release for a More Complete Relationship to Your Body

12/04/2019

By Beck Beverage I’ve had a consistent self-myofascial release practice for the past year. I’ve amassed a collection of cool tools, techniques, and have designed some excellent sequences for almost every part of the body (let me know if you’d like me to talk more about this). I got interested…

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On Gendering the Body: Thoughts for Practitioners

11/20/2019

We’re wrapping up transgender awareness week as I’m writing this. It’s been in the back of my mind all week, and it just occurred to me what I want to talk about. This article is geared towards practitioners of all kinds, but I think the main ideas are applicable for…

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A new and different way to think about exercise progression.

06/18/2019

Hey Everybody! If you’ve been to a few of our classes, you’ve probably noticed that the way we progress exercises is a little bit different than at other gyms. Namely, we don’t usually advance exercises by adding weight to a bar, or by holding a heavier dumbbell. We do other…

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No pain no gain? The Sweet Mo Guide to pain during exercise.

04/25/2019

Hey Everybody! Recently we’ve had a few great conversations in class about pain during exercise. We realized we’ve been asked a few similar questions in regards to how to approach pain during a workout. Contrary to your high school gym coach or overly enthusiastic boot-camp instructor, fitness is not about…

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