The Embodiment Circle – Online, Sep 14th through Oct 13th, 2020

Embodiment Circles are pragmatic and accessible, with no spiritual or political agenda. They are fun, touching, and useful during stressful, isolating times. Although some are geared towards a particular group, all Circles are inclusive, as well as co-creative and egalitarian. 

The Classic Circle format involves gentle movement, secular meditation, and sharing. Some Classic Circles are held in a language other than English. Most of them are Thematic Circles, which still include the core elements of movement, meditation, and sharing. All groups are hosted by volunteer peers, who also happen to be experienced practitioners sharing their passion.

Have a look at the calendar below to see what’s on offer and when. After registering, you will be invited to the BlueJeans meeting room on the Embodiment Conference portal where all Circles take place.

On the resources page that you’ll be redirected to, you’ll find a quick video to help you set up BlueJeans. Don’t worry, you won’t need a separate account or download an app.

Even though this is a free service, we take your experience seriously. Any complaint will be reviewed by the Embodiment Circles coordinator, the Embodiment Conference’s diversity manager, and a fitting team member.

“The Embodiment Circles have given me a sense of loving connection to people all over the globe. That connection helps support and center me in the here and now, and to see and seize aligned opportunities.” – Laura

“The Circles, with their familiar and new faces, give a rhythm of embodied connection to me throughout the week. I love the mix of meditation, bodywork, and sharing. From the rural West of Ireland, as an older woman, I can be connecting and sharing with people of all different backgrounds and ages from around the globe. It’s a wonderful part of my week.” – Christine 

“The Embodiment Circles offered me a great opportunity for connection, sharing, and learning. The format ensured that whenever I left a circle I had a lovely sense of completion.” – Ammar

“The Embodiment Circles have given me a sense of loving connection to people all over the globe. That connection helps support and center me in the here and now, and to see and seize aligned opportunities.” – Laura

“The Circles, with their familiar and new faces, give a rhythm of embodied connection to me throughout the week. I love the mix of meditation, bodywork, and sharing. From the rural West of Ireland, as an older woman, I can be connecting and sharing with people of all different backgrounds and ages from around the globe. It’s a wonderful part of my week.” – Christine