Embodied Enlightenment

Episode 1

The Body, Breath, Brain Connection

Cari Merriam published on

In this episode, you will learn the importance of getting out of your head and into your body.

Everything is connected. How you move is how you breathe. But without conscious awareness, we are not utilizing our bodies or our breath to live our most optimal life experiences and this is greatly impacting our brains. We are existing in a world filled with the stimulus that is triggering stress in our bodies which is directly influence and activating our monkey minds. Check out this latest episode to receive yogic wisdom from the incredible Alyse Speyer to understand the body, breath, brain connection and receive actionable items and takeaways you can implement right away to be more in your body. The bonus: being more in your body will create less stress and quit your mind. 

Alyse Speyer started her career in marketing for technology start-ups in San Francisco’s Silicon Valley. After a few near-death experiences, existential crises, and tech burnout, Alyse left tech to pursue her passion for meditation, yoga, and personal development. She has since spent her days obsessed with breathing, transitions, and learning how to navigate the complex theories and practices of this feeling we call Life. Through a blend of east and west, Alyse marries the eight limbs of yoga with modern life coaching to support transformation in mind, body, and breath. She has coached and taught yoga, meditation, and breathwork in the U.S., Nepal, India, Southeast Asia, Brazil, and Spain and has transformed thousands of lives through her integrative healing techniques. Alyse currently is a happy nomad coaching and teaching from country to country and spends her days collaborating with the world’s top leaders in Personal Development, such as Jon and Missy Butcher, Neale Donald Walsch, Robin Sharma, and more in her role as Head of Author Relations at Mindvalley.


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