Do you see yoga as social justice in itself? When you think of the meaning of yoga, does that directly invoke inclusivity and accessibility? If this feels like a novel concept or you want to take this conversation deeper, today’s episode is for you.
For this episode, I sat down with Robin Lacambra from GOODBODYFEEL, a virtual studio prioritizing progressive values. She is the host of the Empowered Embodiment podcast, a somatic coach, and a social justice advocate who believes there is always an intersection worth exploring and sharing. She works to strengthen bridges between various industries and social causes, focusing heavily on community.
Tune in this week to explore how to bring inclusivity, accessibility, and community into your yogic practice. We’re discussing why community and collective healing is the bridge between the inner and outer world, the power of embodiment, and how to set and pursue collective goals that mutually benefit – and are supported by – others.
What You’ll Discover:
- The spiritual bypassing and toxic positivity that showed Robin she needed to try something new in this space.
- How Robin has achieved real healing through her work and how she helps others experience the same.
- The incredible power of listening to your body while allowing lower vibrations and fear to just be.
- How Robin stays aligned with her purpose and regulate in the face of charged feelings.
- Where Robin has introduced community engagement into her work in body engagement.
- Why self-care is selfish if it neglects community.
- How to create more accessibility and inclusion in your own environments, especially if you’re coming from a place of privilege.
Listen to the Full Episode:
Resources for You:
- Arrange a Coaching Call with Me
- Robin Lacambra: Website | Instagram | Podcast | Email
- GOODBODYFEEL: Website | Instagram | Facebook
- Ep #116: Emotional Intelligence and Shadow Work, with Sianna Sherman