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The Somatic Foundations in Higher Education project returns with new podcasts from this summer's research! In this podcast from June 28th 2012 St. Olaf College student researcher Julia Moser-Hardy '14 and Professor Sheryl Saterstrom discuss the effort cycle, taking in one's environment through breath and acquisition of sensory information, and how the simple concept of front-body/back-body becomes contorted with rotation.

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Animals Just Know

Animals don't need to be aware of the inner workings of their body because their self-agency is an inherent part of their embodied beings. St. Olaf student researcher Julia Moser-Hardy '14 and Professor Sheryl Saterstrom discuss how the development of modern technology that promotes "efficient" or "easeful" living allows automaticity to take over this part of lived experience.

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St. Olaf student researcher Julia Moser-Hardy '14 and Professor Sheryl Saterstrom discuss what it is to live with a powerful sense of self.

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Be Here Now

St. Olaf student researcher Julia Moser-Hardy '14 and Professor Sheryl Saterstrom discuss the importance of BEing HERE, NOW in the present moments of daily life and ways to accomplish that exercise.

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Rotation

St. Olaf College student researcher Julia Moser-Hardy '14 and Professor Sheryl Saterstrom discuss discovering the three dimensional body in exercising the capacity for rotation.

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In this podcast from July 12th 2012 St. Olaf College student researcher Julia Moser-Hardy '14 and Professor Sheryl Saterstrom discuss the importance of being powerfully present in the self here and now, and the modern technology that allows human beings to reduce existing with powerful self-agency in daily life.

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The Somatic Foundations in Higher Education project returns with new podcasts revolving around this summer's research inquiry, "What is the future of Somatics?"

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White Flowers

Imagery is one education tool that can be used to convey knowledge or meaning in colorful or simple ways. This poem is called White Flowers by Mary Oliver.

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Connectivities

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