041. Weena Pauly-Tarr: Therapy, motherhood, and impulse

041. Weena Pauly-Tarr: Therapy, motherhood, and impulse

 
 
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Weena Pauly-Tarr shares her history of dance, her brief encounter with parkour, and how those experiences have led to where she is now. She unpacks her work with somatic therapy, and the profound changes motherhood has brought to her life and practice. Weena reflects on her current interests in embodiment and impulse, and discusses her search for what is next.

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