A conversation on paradoxes, integration and playfulness
with Daniela Razocher, Bodies at Work
Daniela is the co-creator of ‘living with integrity’, which is the frame in which I started this podcast. Together we created the Embodied Inquiry and spend many conversations around Subjects of embodiment, working with people, personal ethics and integrity already. Generally, her focus is on healthy, creative and effective learning and work. And she loves to engage in impactful event design. I will add her website and a little something for you to try from her in the description.
This is the final episode of this ‘season’ of the podcast Conversations about Integrity. Besides another interesting conversation and individual perspective on integrity, we also reflected a little bit on our personal development in the context of integrity over the past two years. And elaborated our learnings from the embodied inquiry that we developed.
To find out more about Daniela’s work: www.bodies-at-work.com
Check out her 30 Days of Presence here and use the code enjoy-presence20 for a special discount.
Ep. 12 Daniela Razocher Part 1
Ep. 12 Daniela Razocher Part 2
A conversation on consistency, discomfort and clear applejuice
with Peter Powell, Team Academy
Todays Episode 11 of Conversations about Integrity is a bit longer than the other ones… Peter took the invitation to ask Aninia in return seriously and did ask her some of her own questions. This was fun for her and we hope you too enjoy listening to this conversation.
Peter Powell is a musician by training and an entrepreneur by accident. He has worked as an entrepreneur running his own marketing and event production agency, lectured in universities and facilitated workshops and design days on creativity, entrepreneurship, marketing. He is passionate about learning and determined to convince anyone who will listen that everyone is creative and, given half a chance has something valuable to contribute to the world. His latest project: launching Team Academy Maastricht a university for entrepreneurs in which students learn to do business by traveling around the world as they launch their own business and earn a Bachelors in Business Administration.
More info at www.teamacademy.nl
Ep. 11 Peter Powell Part 1
Ep. 11 Peter Powell Part 2
A conversation on context, zombies and the soul
with James Schaffer, Advocacy Institute
James is a good friend and a founding member of the Advocacy Institute in New York City.
In another broad conversation we talked about the Spine, Zombie-Movies, what context, and needs have to do with integrity.
And in the end we touch singing and the soul.
Ep. 10 James Schaffer Part 1
Ep. 10 James Schaffer Part 2
A conversation on boundaries, the shame-hat and culture
with Marcela Widrig, Fierce Embodiment
Marcela is an international teacher, teaching around shame, boundaries, self-respect and the strength of women through the body. She does so in Australia, the US and Europe.
This conversation allowed us to explore the subject of integrity from many directions, looking at professional situations as well as personal ones. Thinking about what guilt and shame might have to do with our struggles sometimes and how to look for the want behind it.
And again we finish this conversation with an exercise for you to explore, if you want to try something that works for her.
Find out more about Marcela and her work
Ep. 9 Marcela Widrig Part 1
Ep. 9 Marcela Widrig Part 2
A conversation on fragility, meditation and the sound of frying mushrooms
with Bastian Küntzel, Intercultural Trainer
Bastian has many hats and operates in very different spaces, but the themes that run through them all happen at the intersection of culture and communication.
In this conversation we come about his work, his family, the love for cooking and whether or not the brain is part of the body. Another inspiring conversation that I hope you will enjoy as well.
Check out more about Bastian
Or try out his introductory course on intercultural communication
Ep. 8 Bastian Küntzel Part 1
Ep. 8 Bastian Küntzel Part 2
A conversation on being yourself, playing a role and non-productivity
with Dora Mołodyńska, Trainer
Dora Mołodyńska – Küntzel has an MA in Cultural Studies and a BA in Italian Linguistics. She has organised the first self-standing Human Library in Poland in 2007, an antidiscrimination project that fosters appreciation for diversity and enables dialogue with minorities. She is the Head of Training and Quality Development in the Human Library Organization and runs trainings in Europe and North Africa on introducing the Human Library method in different cultural contexts. She has run training courses on intercultural issues and human rights for civil servants and the police, as well as young activists. She is passionate about art and enjoys the small pleasures of life.
In this conversation we talk about taking difficult decisions at work, the influence of politics on decisions and education and also come across evening routines in a family with two children 🙂
Find out more about the Human Library
Ep. 7 Dora Mołodyńska Part 1
Ep. 7 Dora Mołodyńska Part 2
A conversation on Honesty, ‘Sponsoring Thoughts’ and Love
with Tolee Fotitzidis, Speaker, Coach, Teacher
Tolee FotitzidisTolee is teaching integrity, empathy and responsibility. He helps ambitious people overcome their obstacles and limitations to achieve their peak performance and lasting change and fulfillment in any aspect of their life.
He is the founder and host of the Generosity Project, Coach at Breakthrough in 30 Days, and he speaks at conferences about Modern Marketing, Leadership, Awakening.
In this touching conversation we discuss many elements of being human… we talk about love, the hulk, hypothetical twenty-year olds who have never experienced cold and more. I hope you enjoy diving into another conversation about integrity with us and think along.
Find out more about Tolee
Ep. 6 Tolee Fotitzidis Part 1
Ep. 6 Tolee Fotitzidis Part 2
A conversation on taking informed decisions and Patti Smith
with Emma Ekstam, Illustrator
Emma Ekstam is an Illustrator and mom living in Copenhagen. She is also a dancer and inspiring friend.
In this conversation we talk about relationships on smaller and larger scales, taking informed decisions… and we come by Patti Smith in the end.
Find out more about Emma
Ep. 5 Emma Ekstam Part 1
Ep. 5 Emma Ekstam Part 2
A conversation on thinking on your own and going back twice
with Anne Pascale Stein, Embodiment Training
Anne Pascale Stein offers body based therapy and trainings mainly for women who suffer from anxiety and exhaustion. She teaches them how to find their inner strength for their lives in their body (and mind) as individuals and in groups.
In this conversation we talk about relationships, how we relate to teachers as well as to our students, we come across George Carlin and Terry Pratchet… and the base of it all ‘thinking on your own’…
Find out more about Anne Pascale
Ep. 4 Anne Pascale Stein Part 1
Ep. 4 Anne Pascale Stein Part 2
A conversation on three realms, choices and chewing…
with Stella Orange, Wordsmith
Stella Orange leads workshops and conversations for people who want to get to know the story they’re living. She is the founder of Writing Your Way Home, a series of writing workshops where folks explore their writing, words, and stories together. She hosts a writing group on Wednesday afternoons, where people write together silently on videoconference, and then sip tea and chat about writing, ideas, and imagination.
Find out more about upcoming workshops at this link.
Ep. 3 Stella Orange Part 1
Ep. 3 Stella Orange Part 2
A conversation about dreams, authenticity and relaxing the a**
with Magdalena Musiala, Mom, Facilitator & Trainer
Magdalena Musiala is a facilitator, trainer and mother of three. Her focus at work is on supporting intrapreneurship, personal leadership development and on helping groups become teams. In this conversation she shares her thoughts, experiences as well as personal practices to maintain or regain a sense of integrity.
For her ‘Authenticity’ is the word she relates to easily and so authentically she joins as a mom, as well as an inspirational facilitator and talker. Her twins Miro and Marcel join in for a moment.
Here is a link for more about her work.
Ep. 2 Magdalena Musiala Part 1
Ep. 2 Magdalena Musiala Part 2
A conversation about breaking rules,
taking perspectiv and cars
with Ale Duarte, Somatic educator & therapist
Ale Duarte is a somatic educator who travels around the world offering training to professionals who work in the fields of psychology, education and body-oriented therapy. His specialty is experience in child trauma, and the inherent ability of a child’s body to recover from trauma impact, through highly tuned somatic consciousness within the therapeutic relation.
Here’s a link to his website and all his work.