PHILIP SHEPHERD is recognized as a leader in the global embodiment movement. He is the creator of The Embodied Present Process(TM) (TEPP), a modality that uniquely combines the two resources necessary for embodiment: effective practices (TEPP has over a hundred), and a deep understanding of our culture’s blind spots, which tend to keep us in our heads. TEPP is based on Shepherd’s two books – Radical Wholeness and New Self, New World – and his forty years’ experience teaching embodiment techniques. He currently travels the world sharing workshops, and running year-long Facilitators Trainings with his co-director and wife Allyson Woodrooffe. ANDREI YAKOVENKO is the founder of New Element Training and the creator of the NET Method training, which took him years of practical experience and multidisciplinary exploration of various scientific fields to develop. The NET method is the foundation of the book. Yakovenko holds an Honors B.Sc. degree from University of Toronto.
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