509. Intimacy & Relationships – ‘The Embodied Path to Intimacy’ : Michaela Boehm

Taken from our Best of The Embodiment Conference keynote speakers. 

Michaela Boehm travels and teaches internationally as an expert in intimacy, relationship and sexuality. A gifted speaker and counselor, her unique body of work centers around the intersection of intimacy and embodiment.

With an extensive (30,000 plus hours) in-person counseling background, clinical experience in trauma and addiction and innovative somatic approach, her work with celebrity couples has been featured in international print publications, TV programs and online talk shows. Most recently her approach has been featured on the Netflix Series [UN] WELL.

Michaela is the creator of The Non-Linear Movement Method®, a somatic release modality which utilizes principles of trauma therapy, polyvagal theory and movement for nervous system regulation.

Her book “The Wild Woman’s Way” was published by Simon & Schuster/Atria in August 2018.

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