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Sep 28, 2021 | ISBN 9781623175542

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“This book slowed me down, woke me up, and brought me home. This is the handbook for transmuting fear, grief, and anger into peace, quiet acceptance, love, and open-hearted connection. A gem.”
—AMANDA BLAKE, Master Somatic Coach, Embright founder, and author of Your Body Is Your Brain

“If there was ever a time for Restorative Embodied Self-Awareness—‘a sense of peace, safety, connection, oneness, and being completely in the present moment’—this is it! Savor these pages and stay tuned for wonderful case examples and exercises that provide a pathway to deep well-being.”
—TINA STROMSTED, PhD, LMFT, Jungian psychoanalyst, movement therapist, somatics educator, and director of Soul’s Body Center

“Displaying compassion, a breadth of interdisciplinary research, and a wisdom born of personal experience, … Fogel offers the reader tools … to access a newly described state of restoration, one in which the work of metabolizing our life’s experience can take place.”
—PHILIP SHEPHERD, author of Radical Wholeness and New Self, New World

“Fogel explains how feelings such as awe in nature, transcendence, and spiritual connection transform our sense of ourselves and our being in the world. A useful, informative, clear, and compelling treasure of a book!”
—KIMERER L. LAMOTHE, PhD, author of Why We Dance

“A profound and also practical work that coaches, therapists, and movement teachers will get a lot from. Take a breath, and dive in!”
MARK WALSH, author of Embodiment and founder of The Embodiment Conference

“Excellently selected literature and useful restorative tools make this book a rich source of enlightenment and usability. A must-read for anyone who wants to make the most out of the embodied experience.”
—SABINE C. KOCH, PhD, director of the Research Institute of Creative Arts Therapies and professor of dance movement therapy at SRH University, Heidelberg, Germany

“[Fogel’s] book is a definite read for anyone wishing to explore the different attributes of embodied awareness.”
—DONALD BAKAL, PhD, professor emeritus at University of Calgary, and author of Minding the Body

“Alan Fogel successfully interweaves neurobiological knowledge with research evidence and clinical expertise. A must-read for beginners and experienced practitioners in embodied experiencing alike.”
—MANON M. BARTSCH, MA, SRH University, Heidelberg, Germany

“This book is not about one particular therapeutic approach; rather, it highlights the types of daily interactions with people and nature that can draw us into restorative embodied experience, and the types of therapeutic approaches that can support our capacity to live more deeply in connection with ourselves.”
—CYNTHIA PRICE, PhD, MA, LMT, professor at the University of Washington School of Nursing
and director of Center for Mindful Body Awareness

“Alan Fogel has written a work of extraordinary synthesis and profound depth … bringing together of so much that is excitingly new in science, alongside ancient wisdom and clinical thinking—all with body awareness at its heart.” 
GRAHAM MUSIC, PhD, consultant psychotherapist at Tavistock Clinic and author of Nurturing Children

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