The body can be a site of inquiry and a place for transformation. We do not just have bodies, we are bodies. This performative presentation will explore the body as a place of learning and knowing and its connection to living, writing, pedagogy and teaching.
What does it mean to honour our own embodied knowledge as a place for cultivating wisdom, playfulness, and imagination within teaching and learning? We will integrate embodied ways of inquiry which cultivate creativity from the inside out. Barriers and resistances will be discovered as well as what it means to befriend the body as a place to connect with visceral ways of knowing.