6-month LIVE online course
Learn to work confidently with the body as a facilitator
Gain powerful embodiment tools to enhance your coaching and training
Tuesday 13th April 2021
Embodiment is a huge subject
The embodiment field is made up of many different elements.
As a facilitator looking to bring the body into your work, or an aspiring embodiment trainer – it’s hard to make sense of it all.
“Which teachers are legit?”
“What techniques really work?”
“What’s best for more ‘mainstream’ clients?”
And while learning about one or two practices really helps, learning techniques from a variety of practices and modalities will give you a broader range of tools to use with your clients. And a better understanding of the field as a whole.
Wouldn’t it be great to learn what works for you and your clients?
Imagine taking the most practical techniques from a variety of disciplines and learning how to use them with your clients to see results faster.
Tools and best practices from people who understand how different modalities integrate, highlighting the strengths of each. People who can help you make sense of what’s out there and most importantly, teach you what works in the real world.
No one person or style has it all, but they all have something to offer. With the right guidance, you can learn how it all fits together and what works best for you.
Introducing the Certification of Embodiment Coaching
6 months of LIVE online learning
Techniques from 10+ modalities
Diverse world-class embodiment teachers
Thriving international community
The Certification of Embodiment Coaching (CEC) is a six-month comprehensive course designed to help you bring embodiment into your work.
A combination of live online webinars, peer-to-peer learning, video support, and home practices provides the structure and support needed to keep you on track as you explore the embodiment field.
With over 200+ years of combined experience working with the body across the faculty, CEC covers a range of practices and explores how they integrate with one another. Giving you a variety of practical tools to enhance your facilitation.
The course is split into 2 parts
Developing your own embodiment.
April – July 2021
Available as individual course
Helping others through embodiment.
July – September 2021
Includes Foundations of Embodiment Course
Who is this for?
All CEC students
CEC Includes Foundations of Embodiment Course
Humans new to the field
Looking for embodiment tools for everyday life
People feeling disconnected
Wanting to feel more at home in their skin
Keen to discover new topics and techniques
Coaches & facilitators
Wanting practical embodiment tools to bring into their work
Aspiring coaches and facilitators
Wanting a solid introduction to the field
Yoga, martial arts & dance teachers
Looking to expand their embodied knowledge
Experienced embodiment facilitators
Wanting to explore the wider field
What is the Foundation of Embodiment Course?
Embodiment tools for everyday life
3.5 months | 5 hours per week
The Foundation of Embodiment Course is all about self-awareness and personal growth.
You’ll be guided by experienced professionals, exploring a range of models, techniques and practices to help you develop and establish a personal practice that suits you.
For those going onto the Certification of Embodiment Coaching, FEC gives a solid foundation to build on.
What we’ll cover
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Feeling rough right now?
Right now a lot of people are not at their best.
Some feel burnt-out or run down and it’s no surprise with everything going on in the world.
With this in mind, we’re running FEC to be especially nurturing and supportive this year.
While it is an educational course and not group therapy, self-care, centring and other self-regulation techniques you’ll learn will help to see you through tough times.
We also know that some people are a bit “Zoomed out”, so we keep the webinars concise, fun and interactive.
What is the Certification of Embodiment Coaching?
Embodiment tools for your clients
Includes FEC | 2.5 months | 6 hours a week
The Certification of Embodiment Coaching is designed to help you implement what you learn from FEC into professional environments. Giving you powerful tools and techniques to use when working with clients.
What we’ll cover
Track your progress
A purpose-built learning platform to log your progress
Dedicated course leaders and admins to help you stay on track
Weekly peer calls for extra support from others on the same journey
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Certification of Embodiment Coaching
April – July
July 20th: Introduction and framework
July 27th: Applying Centring
August 3rd: Applying the Four Elements model
August 10th: Applying Embodied Yoga Principles
August 17th: Leader-Follower
August 24th: Creating and designing a workshop
August 31st: Blended coaching
September 7th: Review of course journey
September 14th: Hand in practice journal
September 28th: Graduation
All calls repeated 9 am and 6 pm UK time (1 am and 10 am PDT). Calls will be recorded in case you can’t make some of them live.
A typical week on CEC
9 am or 6 pm UK time (1 am or 10 am PDT)
- Weekly group webinar
- Weekly guest webinar (delivery time may vary)
To complete or arrange in your own time
- Peer group call
- Practising with clients
- Personal morning/evening practice
- Scheduling/organising work
Approximately 6 hours per week
Integrating trauma awareness & neuroscience
Trauma awareness and an understanding of neuroscience are both essential for effective coaching and are integrated throughout the course.
The team brings together a breadth of trauma knowledge, from working closely with the likes of Paul Linden, and in modalities such as TRE, as well as experience in war zones and with other traumatised groups cross-culturally. This work is a big part of what we do and is really important to us.
Throughout the course we’ll look at consent, boundaries, calibration and many other principles that are key to safe facilitation.
Knowing how the brain works and how it develops is helpful for achieving real, lasting results with your clients. So throughout the course, you’ll get experience-based insights into what really works and an opportunity to explore them for yourself.
Once you complete FEC you will
Once you complete CEC you will
Once you graduate you will be given a certificate as evidence of you completing the course.
What some world-renowned embodiment facilitators say about our work
“Embodiment is an essential component of healing and Embodiment Unlimited does valuable work bringing its importance to the public. I have enjoyed working with this innovative organisation.”
Renowned speaker and bestselling author
“Mark has a special ability to make embodiment work relevant and accessible.“
Co-founder of social presencing theater, Presencing Institute
“The embodied work that Mark and the team does is both creative and practical. As a facilitator, I get a lot from teaching alongside them and always enjoy the mix of humour and pragmatism.”
Author, Facilitator, Producer – One Giant Leap
“Mark and his team provide a learning experience which draws on many forms of embodiment, then integrates it in a way that forms a more whole process for growth.“
Trauma Educator, Embodiment and Aikido Teacher
“Mark Walsh brings embodiment to life with passion, irreverence and grit. It makes a body want to celebrate!“
Ginny Whitelaw Roshi
CEO Institute for Zen Leadership
Techniques from a variety of modalities
FEC and CEC integrate some of the most practical and powerful tools from a wide variety of approaches. The diverse range of presenters have explored and refined what really works over years of practise in their field, bringing you the most practical techniques from each.
Our 5 learning pillars
Practise and Integration
You can’t read your way into embodiment. So, the majority of the learning is practise-based. Also, learning online allows you to properly digest from the comfort of your own home, in your own time.
Let’s be honest, there’s a lot of wishy-washy nonsense out there in the embodiment world. We cut the crap and can show you how to use embodiment with anyone you work with.
Multiple perspectives / no-guru
This certification is the combination of many diverse points of view on embodiment brought together. There is no guru, no “one way” of doing things, and you are not asked to believe anything.
Culture and trauma aware
We’re a culturally diverse team and understand trauma personally. Together, we speak 11 languages and have taught in over 50 countries. We also do everything from a trauma-informed point of view, with consent and care at the heart of everything we teach.
A sense of humour / non-woke
If you take yourself really (really) seriously, or you’re easily offended, then this isn’t the course for you. While we take what we do very seriously, we will be telling a lot of jokes and having a lot of fun while we do it.
Meet the team
Guest teachers subject to change
Mark is the author of Embodiment – Moving Beyond Mindfulness and Working with the Body in Training and Coaching. He has a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and has taught embodied work in 30+ countries, including with blue-chip companies (e.g. Unilever, Shell, Axa, L’Oreal), with NGOs in war zones and with 50,000 kids.
He founded the Embodied Facilitator Course 9 years ago, and led The Embodiment Conference (500,000 people).
He also completed a 10-year apprenticeship with Being-In-Movement founder Paul Linden and trained with various other embodiment masters. He is an aikido black belt, has done yoga for 25 years, 5Rhythms and meditation for 15, dances like your dad and swears like a pirate.
Alexandra is the director and co-lead trainer of EFC Russia and has a PhD in Educational Science. She brought tango to Russia, has 10+ years of experience working with body and movement as a therapist, coach and trainer. She is the founder of Body For Business, specialising in body therapy, DMT, and trauma work. She also has a deep understanding of the philosophy of embodiment, trauma and its scientific basis.
Course manager, martial arts specialist
Daniela organised the Embodiment Conference in 2018 and was involved in a number of online conferences, summits and online courses in the organisational team. She was the conference manager for TEC2020 and course manager of the Embodied Facilitator Course. Daniela has a university diploma in administration and police leadership science, and has worked for the German Police Forces for over ten years. She also served in her function in a bilateral training mission in Afghanistan, teaching Afghan police officers in methods and didactics, psychology and code of conduct. She holds a black belt in Aikido, is a certified MBCT trainer and has a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She regularly teaches workshops and courses on embodied self-defense, mindfulness and offers individual coaching.
Martial Arts specialist
Embodiment Facilitator, Life and Business coach, Karate instructor and 2nd dan black belt Dutch national team Karate coach, who’s passionate about Martial Arts and their application in daily life. Has a MSc in Physics and works with people to be their best self.
Conscious dance and intimacy specialist
Christina is an assistant trainer on the Embodied Facilitator Course, a passionate dancer and improviser with a MSc in Social Sciences. She holds an Aikido black belt and is a master of integrated mixed modalities from many worlds. Her work has taken her all around the world, from London, Berlin and Switzerland, to South-East Asia and back. Christina guides groups and individuals through embodied enquiry exercises presented in a playful package while targeting greater self-awareness and personal growth.
Certified Embodied Facilitator, Facilitation specialist
Maša is a certified embodied facilitator, feldenkrais practitioner, hatha yoga teacher and sleep coach. Her work focuses on helping people get consistently restful sleep and lead purposeful lives by tapping into the transformative power of movement and awareness.
As a certified embodied facilitator, Maša helps people cultivate body awareness and self-knowledge in order to enhance their range of moving, being and relating to others. She completed the Embodied Facilitator Course in 2017 and was part of the assistant trainer team for the 2019 and 2020 courses.
Karin van Maanen
Yoga & Meditation Teacher
Karin is a yoga & meditation teacher with an MSc in Mindfulness Studies, and has been teaching compassion-based mindfulness full-time since 2008. She delivers yoga teacher training courses, is a certified Embodied Yoga Principles teacher trainer, and is an Assistant Trainer on The Embodied Facilitator Course. She also has a background in community arts and works as a storyteller, often combining a range of embodied and creative approaches to support the personal and professional development of the people she works with.
Improviser, Coach & Author
Liz is an improviser, coach and author of ‘Own It! How to boss your fears, free your voice and inspire the room’ and has spent the last decade helping people feel relaxed and playful in the spotlight. She teaches improvisation around the world and works to improve human communication; both in how we connect and collaborate with each other and with 1-1 coaching on public speaking.
Embodiment Educator, Somatic Coach & Meditation Teacher
Erika is dedicated to helping women break free of ‘niceness’, step into their authority and live according to their own rules.
Aboodi Shabi has been working as a coaching for almost 25 years, working with executives and coaches all over the world. He has had a leadership role within the coaching profession, co-founding the International Coach Federation (ICF)’s UK chapter in 1998, and serving on the ICF global board. He is currently on the editorial board of Coaching at Work magazine.
Aboodi is also an invited facilitator on mastery in coaching for several European coaching schools, and a regular speaker on the coaching conference circuit across Europe.
Aboodi is currently Lecturer in Coaching and Behavioural Change at Henley Business School.
Master Somatic Coach
Curtis is Master Somatic Coach at The Strozzi Institute. Over the last 30 years, he has worked with 500+ companies. In his coaching, he works with the physical, emotional, energetic as well as the mental bodies of his clients, so they are able to produce profound changes in a shorter period of time than one would accomplish only addressing the mental body.
Founder of Leadership Embodiment
Wendy is the founder of Leadership Embodiment, holds a seventh degree black belt in Aikido and has practiced mindfulness for over 45 years. She has worked with executive teams and individuals at Twitter, Genentech, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, The Gap, NASA, Gates Foundation, Salesforce.com, McKinsey & Co, Oracle, Google, Unilever, The BBC, Accenture, Blackrock, Capital One, Intel, The George Washington University, Eileen Fisher and The Daimler Chrysler Group to name a few. She is also a recognised author.
Transformational Breathwork coach
Kathleen Booker is an effervescent native New Yorker passionate about Conscious Connected Breathwork therapy. As a certified and insured breathwork coach, she has worked with many masters in the field. For over 10+ years, Kathleen has used her breath coaching and intuitive skills to support individuals in clearly identifying areas in need of growth, healing and focused goal creation. Helping people across the globe make real, positive changes in their lives.
Dr Ela Manga
Doctor, Mind-Body Facilitator
Dr Ela Magna is an integrative medical doctor, author, speaker, facilitator and a leading voice in the field of mind-body medicine and wellness in Southern Africa and abroad. She is passionate about supporting people who want to make a difference in the world and provides support through one-on-one consultations, group facilitation and as through public speaking.
Emory M. Moore
Emory M. Moore Jr. RSME/T, is an internationally renowned, multi-certified exercise and movement teacher. He has over 30 years of experience in a myriad of disciplines — ranging from Chinese and Japanese martial arts, Qi-Gong, Pilates, to Dance, Yoga, Strength/Conditioning and Capoeira. As a health and fitness pioneer and innovator, he created the EM LifeWork TM, a method for exercise and movement techniques focusing on holistic fitness and body harmony. Emory has also trained scores of teachers in the United States, and has been featured in the New York Times, Self, TimeOut, W Magazine, and FoxNews.com. And is highly sought-out by Olympic athletes, professional dancers, and celebrities.
Master Somatic Leadership Coach and author
Amanda Blake is a Master Somatic Leadership Coach and author of the award-winning book Your Body Is Your Brain. She founded embright to help influencers and idealists expand their leadership capacity and make a more satisfying and meaningful contribution.
Bebe has assumed the helm of Presence-Based Coaching, and as a senior faculty member teaches our ICF approved coach training with other PBC faculty members. Bebe designed the Mentor Coaching course and is a precise and compassionate leadership coach. She is an incredibly skillful trainer, and has worked with leaders in the private, non-profit, and government sectors. On a personal note, Bebe has a deep ongoing commitment to yoga and meditation practices, and has been a practitioner of the Diamond Approach spiritual path since 2001. She can occasionally be found sailing the Potomac.
Intimacy Teacher & Trauma Educator
Ilan Stephani is a somatic teacher, speaker and coach. She focuses on embodiment research, sexuality and collective trauma-healing, and has gained nationwide attention with her bestselling book – Skin and Games – What Sexwork Taught Me About Love. Ilan teaches in both German and English, hosting both online training and in-person retreats.
Aikido teacher & Founder of Being in Movement
Paul Linden is the Chief Instructor and co-founder at the Centre for Columbus Center for Movement Studies/Aikido of Columbus in Columbus, Ohio, USA. He is a specialist in body and movement awareness education, and his work focuses on the interplay between self-exploration and effective action. Paul is an instructor of the Feldenkrais Method® of body awareness education. He currently holds a sixth-degree black belt in Aikido and is the developer of Being In Movement® mind-body training and the author of a number of books about body awareness applications.
Embodiment Coach & Founder of UZAZU Embodied Intelligence
Dylan Newcomb is the founder & lead trainer of UZAZU Embodied Intelligence, a master embodiment-based coach for helping professionals & cultural creatives. Dylan trained at the Juilliard School in both dance performance and music composition and was a multi-award-winning choreographer-composer in the Netherlands for over a decade. Dylan went on to co-found a mind-body research lab in 2001, where he conducted cross-cultural research for several years. This research formed the basis for a comprehensive modality known as UZAZU Embodied Intelligence.
Zen master & Founder of the Institute for Zen Leadership
Ginny Jiko Whitelaw is the Founder and President of the Institute for Zen Leadership and a Zen Master in the Chozen-ji line of Rinzai Zen. A biophysicist by training, she combines a rich scientific background with senior leadership experience at NASA, and nearly 25 years developing leaders at such companies as Novartis, Dell, Merck, T. Rowe Price, Sprint, Mercer, Ascension Health, and JNJ. A recognized expert in the development of the whole leader, she has authored four books, including The Zen Leader. She co-developed the FEBI®, which measures four patterns of personality that connect body, mind and behaviours, and trains practitioners worldwide in applying FEBI in their work. In her nearly 10 years at NASA, Dr. Whitelaw became the Deputy Manager for integrating the International Space Station, for which she received NASA’s Exceptional Service Medal. She holds a PhD in Biophysics, as well as a BS in Physics, a BA in Philosophy, and a fifth-degree black belt in Aikido.
Meditation Teacher & Co-founder of Mindfulness Training Institute
Martin has been practicing meditation intensively for 30 years and has been teaching dharma and guiding people in their practice since 1999. He has studied and practiced with various Buddhist teachers and traditions, including the Vajrayana practices of Mahamudra and Dzogchen. Martin co-founded Moulin de Chaves in 2005, a residential retreat centre where he lives and teaches, and where their children grew up. He created Work Sex Money Dharma in 2011, running courses to support people in integrating transformational practices. Martin is co-founder, with Mark Coleman, of the Mindfulness Training Institute.
David Treleaven PhD, is a writer, educator, and trauma professional whose work focuses on the intersection of trauma and mindfulness. He is author of the book Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness: Practices for Safe and Transformative Healing (W. W. Norton, 2018), He’s offered workshops on trauma-sensitive mindfulness at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and the Omega Institute in New York. Trained in counseling psychology at the University of British Columbia, he received his doctorate in psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies and is currently a visiting scholar at Brown University.
Founder of ZeroOne & Dance Teacher
Adam Barley is the founder of ZeroOne, a creative movement meditation practice for personal and collective evolution. He began studying healing and meditation in the early ’80s, training with Gabrielle Roth in the ’90s to teach the 5Rhythms. He has built a world-wide reputation for powerfully transformative embodiment work, launching ZeroOne in early 2019.
Aikido & Meditation Teacher
Miles is an American teacher of Aikido (6th Dan, Aikikai), meditation, and Integral Practice. He is the founder and director of the Integral Dojo in Tel Aviv, as well as the non-profit organization Aikido – Without Borders – in Israel/Palestine. For close to 20 years, Miles has been producing innovative Aikido events such as; Aikido Practice & Inquiry, Integral Aikido Intensives, The Dead Sea Seminar, Meditation For Aikidoka, and the Aikido At The Leading Edge tele-summit – which have been attended by thousands of people.
David Berceli, Ph.D. is an international expert in the areas of trauma intervention and conflict resolution. He is the creator of Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE), a technique designed to help release the deep tension created in the body. He is also the founder and CEO of Trauma Recovery Services. Having spent two decades abroad providing trauma relief workshops and designing recovery programs for international organizations. He has lived and worked extensively in Israel/Palestine, Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Yemen, Egypt, and Lebanon. He is fluent in English and Arabic. David is unique in that he holds a solid academic and experiential grounding in psychotherapy and therapeutic body-work.
What people are saying
“Mark Walsh and team are doing great and important work in supporting the teachings of embodiment to become more accessible, available and widespread in the world.”
Russell Delman | The Embodied Life School | FEC Student
“Practical embodiment information with real life application. And the community is priceless.”
Manal | Dance teacher and coach | Saudi Arabia
“My coaching is more precise and effective now. My clients now achieve their goals in a shorter time and fewer sessions.“
Avi Peled | Coach and group facilitator | Israel
“Mark is a powerhouse of embodiment. The course explores wisdom from the many known masters in this field in a fun way.”
Malti Bhojwani | Coach & co-author of Self Awareness and transformation | Singapore
“Mark transmits lessons online in a consistent and clear way, so it’s not wasted time for busy people.“
Eva | Coach and yogi | Slovenia
“This content is about awakening for life via re-owning my body alongside great people from all over the globe.”
Yana Ray | Coach | Moscow
“Embodiment allows me to coach from wholeness. This leads to much better results, much quicker.”
Fiona Buckland | Coach | UK
“My participation helped me gain confidence in bringing this work to new audiences, and provided a very rich peer group.”
Charlie Birch | Professional dancer | USA
“I got an enhanced understanding of relationship dynamics – crucial for blending emotional intelligence with decisive, well-informed action.“
Anna Price | BBC editor and mindfulness teacher | UK
“I never had so many ‘aha moments’ during a course as in this one. As a coach, I use the practices every day which helps my clients gain a deeper awareness of their state of being, and more possibilities and choices.”
Trea Pluister-van Til | BodyMind Awareness Coach – The Coachtree | Netherlands | FEC graduate
“I can honestly say this course was a total game-changer for me personally and in my coaching practice. By far the most valuable training investment I’ve ever made.”
Steve Litchfield | Coach | UK | FEC graduate
“Embodiment Unlimited is THE place for YOU to learn, heal, rest, be seen & heard.”
Kathleen Booker | Transformational Breathwork teacher | USA
“I really enjoyed this course and would recommend it to anyone working in the body-mind field.”
Petra Kanschik | Holistic Coach | Denmark | FEC graduate
“FEC allowed me to bring embodiment instruments to practice in working with students and clients.“
Dina Aslamazishvili | Business School Professor @ Georgian American University | Georgia | FEC graduate
“As a cat I’m not really impressed with anything, but this course is great.”
Coachy McCat Face | London
A message from Alexandra & Mark
“Teaching embodiment is our bread and butter and we’re world-class at it.
That’s not very modest, we know. But it’s true! 🙂
With covid forcing us to cancel our in-person training this year, and the conference giving us a new-found love for online learning – it feels like a good time to bring embodied learning online. And it has huge advantages for everyone.
It’s more affordable, more accessible, less stressful for some, and being able to spread the learning out leads to better integration.
After distilling down the most practical learning from our flagship events, the Certification of Embodiment Coaching is the most in-depth embodiment course that we’ve offered online. Ever.
As the world falls into disconnection, embodiment coaches are needed across the globe now more than ever. So being able to train aspiring coaches and experienced facilitators alike in using embodiment is a real privilege for us.
So if you want a practical introduction to embodied facilitation, this course is for you.“
Alexandra Vilvovskaya, Director & Co-Lead, EFC Russia
Mark Walsh, Founder, Embodiment Unlimited
Double money-back guarantee
If you turn up to all the sessions, apply yourself to the learning and don’t feel like you’ve got any practical tools you can use with clients at the end – we’ll give you double your money back.
Seriously. Print this off, keep it somewhere safe, and come back to us if you really feel this way. We’re confident in this programme, so we’re happy to put our money where our mouth is.
If you buy this course by mistake, or realise it’s not for you the next day –
we’ll give you a refund of your purchase.
Extra content and resources to support your learning
4 mini courses on embodiment
Working with the Body for Trainers and Coaches ($65)
One-day in person course recording
Introduction to Trauma for Facilitators ($35)
Online webinar recording
Working with the Body Online ($20)
Online course recording
Working with the Body for Facilitators ($35)
Online course recording
3 eBooks on embodiment
Embodiment – Moving Beyond Mindfulness ($12.99)
Practical tips, poems and stories to help you to reconnect with your body. Amazon’s most sold embodiment book. 174 pages.
Centring – Why Mindfulness Alone Isn’t Enough ($7)
Mark’s most downloaded, super practical eBook. 110 pages.
Working with Normal People – A Guide for Hippies
For alternative practitioners who want to work in mainstream/business environments. 23 pages.
Embodied Reconnection Week recordings ($99)
Full recordings of all 7 x 45-minute sessions from Embodied Reconnection Week.
Only included with the Certification of Embodiment Coaching package
18+ hours of content | bite-sized videos
Witness real coaching with genuine clients broken down to understand what works in practice.
Demonstrations on many issues from confidence to money mindset, leadership, boundaries, intimacy and so much more.
Everyday Embodiment course ($199)
3.5 hours of content | bite-sized videos
A down-to-earth course including tips and techniques for stress, relationships, partners, different rooms of the house and more to bring embodiment into your everyday life.
Start your journey today
LIVE | Online | 3.5 months
20 hours of LIVE webinars
12 hours of video coursework
4 x embodiment mini courses ($155)
3 x embodiment eBooks ($20)
Embodied Reconnection Week recordings ($99)
*Or pay 3 monthly instalments of $179
LIVE | Online | 6 months
50 hours of LIVE webinars
20 hours of video coursework
Everything in the personal package
Including Foundations of Embodiment Course
Embodiment Coaching ($999)
Everyday Embodiment ($499)
*Or pay 6 monthly instalments of $179
LIVE | Online | 6 months +
50 hours of LIVE webinars
20 hours of video coursework
Everything in the professional package
Ethical Marketing ($999)
9 months group tutorials
*Or pay 6 monthly instalments of $349
Got a question about the course or not sure which package is for you?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll see how we can help.
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I’m not a facilitator, can I do the whole thing?
Non-facilitators are welcome to complete the Foundations of Embodiment Course (FEC), however, the Certification of Embodiment Coaching (CEC) is aimed at trainers, coaches and aspiring embodiment facilitators.
If you’re a yoga, dance or martial arts teacher, you are also welcome on CEC, so long as you are comfortable working with people 1-to-1.
If you are interested in coaching and facilitation, CEC is a great introduction to the field. However, you will be required to practice with clients or volunteers in order to graduate.
I’m an experienced embodiment teacher, should I still do this?
Yes. We cover a broad range of modalities and techniques, and going back to basics is never a bad thing.
It’s very likely that we’ll look at topics and fields you haven’t had a chance to explore yet and show you how they all fit together.
Yoga and conscious dance teachers in the past for example found FEC gave them a new perspective on what they already loved and new things to explore.
Others may simply want a structured course and peers to develop alongside.
Does the extended package give me more CPD points?
No. The extended package (CEC+) includes the same amount of CPD points as CEC. The additional courses and other extras do not hold any CPD value.
I don’t really have any time free for learning right now. Should I still join?
No. Both FEC and CEC require a time commitment of 5 hours a week minimum. If you aren’t prepared to commit this time each week, this isn’t the course for you.
That being said, the majority of the course is flexible and can be done in your own time. So both FEC and CEC are suitable for a busy diary.
How often do you do this course?
We aim to put FEC & CEC on annually, although that isn’t promised. Also the price will likely increase in future years.
Will this course give me techniques I can use in business environments?
Yes. This course is designed to give you practical tools that you can actually apply to mainstream/business environments. Many of the teachers have worked extensively at a high level in corporate environments around the world.
What makes you one of the best online courses out there?
Well, different styles suit different people. But if you’re sick of the guru-led, new-age stuff that’s out there – this course will be a breath of fresh air.
We’re one of the best when it comes to clarity and practicality too, and like to have fun while we learn.
We’re happy to recommend alternative courses if this doesn’t sound like you.
Will I be a certified coach at the end of the course?
Will I be a certified coach at the end of the course?
Graduating from the Certification of Embodiment Coaching does not mean you are a certified coach.
This course gives you some great practical tools to apply to your coaching and facilitation.
If you are already an ICF-certified coach, we are in the process of getting FEC and CEC accredited.
For more details on this please email email@example.com.
I am sensitive and easily offended, should I do this course?
Hell no. The team who run the course have a sense of humour and like to have fun while they teach. If you’re easily offended, this isn’t the course for you.
Are the sessions recorded?
Yes. Don’t worry if you miss a few live sessions here and there, you’ll be able to catch up in your own time.
However, there is a minimum number of live calls you must attend in order to graduate.
Core content is being offered twice to serve different time zones.
What do I need to do to graduate?
Anyone can buy this course and attend what they want. However, if you want a certificate of graduation, you need to do the following:
- Attend 75% of live calls
- Attend opening and graduation calls (dates)
- Complete all coursework
NOTE: If special life situations arise, we are flexible and will make exceptions where necessary.
I have a trauma history, can I still attend?
Yes. Although please be mindful that working with the body can be triggering.
This course is purely educational, so if you are in need of therapy, please seek help from qualified professionals.
I’ve already bought so many online courses that I haven’t completed. How do I know I’ll finish this one?
This course not only contains live components in the form of webinars, but also incorporates peer group meetings in real time.
By tracking your process through our purpose-built learning platform and practice journals, we help you stay focused and ensure you see the course through.
Are there any handouts, homework or assignments?
Yes. Weekly handouts, homework and occasional assignments will be issued as part of both FEC and CEC, helping you properly digest the learning.
Does this course have ICF accreditation? Or do I get any certificate or a proof of completing the course?
CCE (Continued Coaching Education points) with ICF for both FEC and CEC are in the accreditation process.
Though we don’t recommend any education just for the sake of credit points, if this is a dealbreaker for you, we will refund the course fee if the application gets denied.
You will also receive a certificate after finishing CEC and a proof of participation for FEC if all the coursework is completed within the allotted time frame (2 weeks) after each part of the course.
Completion at a later point will not be rewarded with any certificates or proof.
I’m considering the extended package. What do I need to know?
Tutorial groups start on13th April at 9am UK time and will be hosted by Mark Walsh.
1-to-1 coaching with a dedicated member of the team will be arranged by the team once you join the programme.
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