“You need to call from inside the thing you want to liberate.” 012 (ft. Sadada Jackson)
Join guest Sadada Jackson for a conversation about making love with, in, and through our bodies. Sadada is an embodied practitioner of equity and teaches us all to spend more time in and with our bodies as the vehicle for impact.
In this episode, you’ll hear:
- What embodiment is
- Why being in our bodies — being embodied — is critical for a practice of self love and a practice of justice
- Questions you can reflect on and suggestions for how to build a deeper, more compassionate relationship with your body.
Welcome to a conversation about making love through the body.
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Since 2012, Sadada Jackson has provided professional consulting services to clients in public, private, and non-profit sectors. From leadership development to instructional solutions, her focus is always curating the causes and conditions for ethical practice and for ethical practitioners.
Her self-described one sentence bio is: Sadada is a studnet of practice who lives in her body and vacations in her mind.
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Visit Sadada’s website to learn more about her work.