74 minutes | Oct 22nd 2018

Molly Boeder Harris - Embodied Justice

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"If we're asking what's next, my 'what's next' has a lot to do with making space for people's healing, which doesn't just mean feeling good and getting bodywork and going to yoga. It could mean getting really angry and getting really sad and finding places and practitioners who can hold space for all of that healing to unfold, so that we can move into whatever is our own 'what's next.'" As a survivor, practitioner, advocate and so much more, Molly lives and breathes the anti sexual violence movement. In this interview, she discusses The Breathe Network, which helps connect survivors of sexual violence with trauma informed holistic practitioners of over 30 modalities who offer sliding scale services. If you want to hear her unique insight into the MeToo movement, you'll find that about 40 minutes into the interview.  The article I read that moved me to reach out to Molly back in 2014:  http://www.thebreathenetwork.org/when-the-rape-myth-is-your-reality --------------------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE to the show to be the first to hear about new episodes! Contact Molly Boeder Harris: www.thebreathenetwork.org // www.mollyboederharris.com Contact Molly Coeling: www.mollycoeling.com // molly.coeling@gmail.com --------------------------------------------------- A special thanks to: Gina McLaughlin Photography for photo and graphic design: https://www.facebook.com/ginamclaughlinphotography/?fref=tag Dave Hiltebrand for intro and outro music original composition: https://www.davehiltebrand.com/ Gregory T. Obert for podcast consulting services: https://gregorytobert.com/
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