Coaching Certification & Nature Immersion

Learn tools to work with the body, supported by nature

July 15-21, 2024

Maribor, Slovenia

Live & in-person

Learn 6 embodiment coaching tools

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In this live in-person workshop, you’ll dive deep into your own embodiment, and learn practical tools for helping others, whilst being immersed in nature.

This workshop will grow your embodiment skills, and upgrade your facilitation skills.

You’ll also connect deeply to nature, with an experience facilitated by myth, story, and imagination.

What you'll get at this workshop...

Who is this for?

This workshop is for those who…

… Along with facilitators of all kinds (coaches, yogis, dance teachers, therapists, etc.) who want powerful tools 

The flow...

The workshop will start with a personal deep-dive into embodied practice and nature connection before moving into facilitation practice. 

While there will be a little theory and space questions, experiential learning is central to the training. 

There will be rich and intense practice explorations, with live support and feedback, along with plenty of space for connection with other attendees. 

We will teach you Embodiment Unlimited tools such as the four elements coaching, centring, leader-follower coaching and more.

This in-person experience will give you the opportunity to get feedback from Mark, to strengthen your personal practice, and allow you to work with embodiment more creatively and authentically.

The models...

Content is often improvisational, as it’s different for every group, but we will likely explore:

Meet your trainers...


Mark Walsh

CEO and Founder, Embodiment Unlimited


Mark Walsh leads embodiment, coaching and trauma education trainings.

He is the author of Embodiment, Working with the Body in Training and Coaching, and Embodied Meditation. Mark hosts The Embodiment Podcast (2 million+ downloads), and led The Embodiment Conference (1000 teachers, 500,000 delegates). Seeing a theme yet?

He founded the Embodied Facilitator Course, and the Certificate of Embodiment Coaching. Mark has certified over 2000 embodiment coaches, and taught workshops in over 40 other countries.

He gained an honours degree in psychology (despite been an alcoholic at the time), and has taught widely in the corporate world – where he pretended to be a grown up for years – including with blue-chip companies (e.g. Google, Unilever, Shell, Axa, L’Oreal).

Mark has worked in war zones (including founding a trauma education charity in Ukraine), and entertained over 50,000 children. He has headlined International Coach Federation events, lived with the circus and in slums, taught celebrities, and kissed a princess.

Mark is an aikido black belt, and also has 28 years of experience in other martial arts, yoga, bodywork, improv comedy, conscious dance and meditation.

Embodiment is his obsession, life’s work, and frankly, at this point he couldn’t get a job doing anything else. He dances like your dad at a wedding, impresses cats with his stroking, and offends pirates with his swearing.

Mark’s now tired of writing in the third person. It’s getting weird.


Eva Brovinsky

Embodied wellbeing & natural movement coach

Eva is a somatic and natural movement teacher and bodyworker.

She has over years experience teaching and coaching clients, where she blends her movement, embodiment, and trauma education.

Eva’s been a bodyworker since 2009 when she studied Traditional Thai Massage.

Eva’s coaching career started in her 20’s, when she was assistant coach of the youth kayaking team. After University she got interested in massage and yoga. Since then her vision and service have formed in the field of well-being, embodiment, and movement.

From 2013 to 2019, Eva worked full-time as an international acro-yoga teacher and was a community leader for acro-yoga in Slovenia.

She’s been organising and leading nature immersion retreats since 2015, where she guided participants to connect to themselves, each other, and nature true acroyoga, yoga, slackline, wild food foraging, hiking, and other outdoor activities.

Since she became a mother in 2020 she swapped dynamic acroyoga practice for slower and gentler somatic practices and basic natural movement education. Just recently she also picked up her traditional Thai bodywork practice.

In her work, she aims to help people slow down, relax, and feel more.

Eva is a co-host of the Med Nama podcast and in her spare time, she finds peace and inspiration in the forest and pristine cold waters.

When time allows she enjoys contact improvisation, dance, climbing, hiking, and swimming.

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There will be filming and photography taking place, but don’t worry – we won’t post anything without your permission.

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