Episode 63: What it Means to do a Show the Groove Therapy Way
In this special live episode, Dr. Leah and Taraleigh talk about what shows were like before developing the Groove Therapy way and what it means to now practice everything we talk about in the podcast and all that Dr. Leah’s research in Mind-Body Medicine and live music has shown is beneficial for making lasting positive change in the body. This includes techniques to use before the show to enhance the depth, meaning, and the overall vibe of the show, the ability to increase presence and consciousness during the show, and how to extend the live music feels out into your everyday life. The two also share how you could be one of four very special people to experience this with Dr. Leah and Taraleigh at a Groove Therapy retreat to the Phish shows in Seattle, April 13 – 16.
Dr. Leah Taylor is an Integrative Mental Health Specialist, Healer, and Embodiment Mentor who combines ancient healing techniques with cutting-edge science to help you let go of stress, overwhelm, and struggle to open up to and embody your highest and brightest self. She has a PhD in Mind-Body Medicine and a Master’s in Somatic Psychology and is passionate about researching, speaking about, and teaching live music and movement as medicine. She is the founder and creator of Embodied Groove, an interactive movement experience designed to enhance the benefits of live music and raise the vibe at every show. Find out more about Dr. Leah Taylor and Embodied Groove at drleahtaylor.com.
Taraleigh Weathers is the leader of intimate live music retreats and online business and accountability coaching programs. She helps people pursue their big dreams whether it’s helping them be their own bosses, write that book, run that marathon, start that band etc. She is also the author of the book How to Rock Your Life. Find out more about Taraleigh at rockinglife.com.
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