What is a Feminine Embodiment Practice?

September 17, 2020

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Many moons ago I sat in silent meditation for 10hrs/day, 10 days straight to find the aliveness that I knew was living within me. These days, I don’t have 10hrs/day to re-create that same kind of experience…

Yet I still yearn. I yearn for a practice that can give me the…

Regular hits of spiritual aliveness I crave.
Ability to deal with the real-life-shit that can challenge my sanity.
Self-coaching to make decisions & get to the heart of what I want.

Over the years I’ve tried a lot of different self-development practices looking for this combination (thus the meditation experience!) but it wasn’t until my body showed me a Feminine Embodiment Practice that I landed in the medicine for me. And oh, what sweetness it is!


This week on the podcast, I’m inviting you to explore Feminine Embodiment Practices including:

  • What they are & the key qualities required
  • How my own practice developed & how it’s different from a traditional meditation practice
  • When I use the practice as a woman & entrepreneur
  • Who I learn from along the way
  • Troubleshooting the 3 most FAQs about Feminine Embodiment Practices including “am I doing this right?!”

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If you’re interested in starting (or expanding) your own practice check out our Primal Feminine Flow at-home practice here.

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Welcome, I’m Jenna Ward and you’re joining me here on the School of Embodied Arts podcast for an exploration of feminine embodiment practices. What are they and do you need one? Are you interested in expanding yours? There are a lot of different types of personal development and spiritual practices out there. There’s practices with all different kinds of techniques and goals and requirements and I don’t know about you, but my goal, my desire is really to move out of my head, inhabit my body and her full spectrum of sensations and alivenesses more fully and I also need a practice which is really easy to do, and which gets results. The practices and the explorations that I’m going to be sharing with you today, absolutely meet these requirements and I would say probably one of my most central applications or way to actually, really practically do feminine embodiment. So let’s dive in.

So what is a feminine embodiment practice? In this exploration, it’s really important for us to define what it is and who it’s for. If we even just simply look at the word okay, so first feminine, we’re going to here, define the feminine as the feeling, flowing qualities of aliveness that exist inside everybody. The feminine is concerned with all of the things that we see in Mother Nature. So changes and flow and evolution, all of the different colors and textures of the spectrum.

The feminine in some forms is thought of as almost like … The word I’m looking for here is spirit condensed into matter. So in a lot of ways, the feminine is every kind of internal sensation and feeling that we can come across in this internal world, the inside galaxy that is our human experience. Now the feminine is for every human because every human has, inherently feminine qualities within them. So feminine does not mean female, feminine does not mean it’s only for women. Feminine is more so speaking to this soft, receptive, aliveness quality that we all have.

Then we come to the second part of this definition of feminine embodiment practice, we come to the body part, embodiment. So embodiment, as the name suggests, is what’s occurring actually inside the body. So for a lot of us the world requires, this hyper masculine world requires us to be living from our neck up. We’re very much concerned with moving forward, actions, being productive, what do we think about that, and all of these more head based traits, but we are more than a head. We have a body as well, and embodiment if we really define it, quite simply, but poignantly, embodiment is about inhabiting the body, actually coming into contact, through vulnerability, with the feelings and the textures and the nuances and the knowings that are this galaxy, this encyclopedia of data that exists from the neck all the way down to our toes.

So embodiment is concerned with turning our awareness into the body and almost seeing that within us, there’s a galaxy, an endless and expansive space, which is energy rich, which is constantly flowing and evolving, which has so much beauty to be experienced. So a feminine embodiment practice is a practice that helps us to enhance our sensitivity too, and develop our skills of actually inhabiting those feminine qualities inside this one temple of the body that we have.

This is really important to distinguish because there are lots of different types of self development practices that we can do, and they all have very different goals. For example, I could work on my mindset as a particular practice that I do and the goal of that practice is to change the thoughts and the beliefs that I’m holding at the level of my mind. That’s really wonderful. I could do something like meditation as a practice. So meditation is a game, really about quieting the mind to a degree.

It’s about bringing greater sensitivity to things other than our racing thoughts, and there’s a whole heap of benefits with meditation. When I say meditation, we probably all conjure this idea of sitting still, with our eyes closed quietly. That’s what I’m kind of loosely grouping meditation to be. These practices are beautiful, and they have specific outcomes but for me, as a human, woman, I’ve got a really busy life and I need a practice that is going to, number one, help me keep my sanity.

So there’s all kinds of pressures and stresses and expectations and demands that I, like every modern woman have, in my life and I need a practice that’s going to help me bring my energy down out of all of the doing that needs to be done, come home into my body and complete any lingering tensions or sensations or discomforts so that I can get reconnected to me and keep my sanity. That’s one of my number one goals. My second goal is that I develop to expand. Let’s consider this the most spiritual aspect of a practice. So for me, a spiritual aspect of the practice is about increasing the quota of aliveness that I can experience inside my body.

For me, my spirituality is knowing that I am spiritual being capable of endless riches, but those endless riches don’t exist outside of me or above me, or in some other place or time. I’ve been given this physical temple, which is my body, and the way that I can speak the language of my body is through her feelings and sensations. So for me, a really beautiful part of feminine embodiment practices is about, yes, they’re sanity and juicing, but they are also expensive.

They also allow me to open up and to experience the full quota of life that I’m here to experience in all its highs and in all its lows and for me, that makes this a really spiritual practice. The third reason why I love these practices is because they also facilitate what I called self coaching. So, I believe that our body always knows the best decision to make. I believe that deep down, we always know the full truth of the matter.

I believe deep down, we have endless amounts of understanding, and yet for so many of us, when there’s a particular challenge or decision or situation in our life, that we don’t understand, or that we don’t know how to move through. Our head begins this churning of why, why, why and we begin to tell all these stories, piecing together the what, the who, the how, in an attempt to force our understanding of the why and in order to force the decision that needs to be made. For me, I’m not interested in exerting all of this effort to understand why I feel the way that I feel or what the right decision is to make.

I would, rather instead of exerting all of this energy and all this neck up doing, I’d rather actually simply drop into my body using something like a feminine embodiment practice, and actually come into the seat of letting my body reveal to me the why, the understanding and the decision that needs to be made. In a lot of ways, this is self coaching, because we can use these practices with a specific intent or a specific direction or a specific decision that needs to be made and we can move down through all the layers of tension and flow of frozen energy and aliveness and we can actually reveal to ourselves that which we are already holding within, the answers.

There’s a popular concept, this idea that everything that you’re seeking, and the answer is always in you and many of us have the question mark of, well, okay, I believe that and I sense that to be true, but how the hell does that practically work? For me, this works through feminine embodiment practices. So the three reasons that I love these practices are number one, they’re sanity inducing. Number two, they are spiritual and they expand the quota of aliveness that I can hold in my body, which is such a beautiful reset and calibration back to home, back to me. Three, they are a really powerful way to coach myself and do some self coaching by allowing my decisions, the what and the how to become known with minimal effort and minimal exertion.

So let’s dive into a little bit now about actually how these practices, for me, came about. This story might mirror a little bit of your own journey in discovering feminine embodiment practices. As we move through this area, I would invite you to reflect on, as I share, reflect on the points here where my story might mirror or parallel something that you already know or that you already sense is true within your body. I say that because feminine embodiment practices, we call them as practices and we approach them as something that we can do, we use them as a way to develop and expand our skills of feminine embodiment, and yet in another way, these practices are as ancient as forever.

They are as fundamental to our body as breathing, and they are deeply already known to us. Except we live in a hyper masculine culture, we live in, for many of our societies that do not encourage us inhabiting or cultivating these feminine qualities. So in many ways these practices are ways for us to remember what we are already capable of. We’re not magicking any secret sauce over the top of who you are, quite the opposite in fact. We’re peeling back and re discovering and perhaps, through this podcast, putting more language around what you are capable of and what you already may know to be true.

So for me, the exploration of feminine embodiment practices began with a whole heap of numbness in my body. I could see that there were human beings, women in particular around me, that had this kind of magic that was thrumming through them. Their experience of life and of living seemed to be so much more potent and brighter than where I was standing. Yes, sure, I felt things I felt sometimes happy. I felt sometimes sad, but I had this knowing that I was in this very small, very narrow spectrum of what I was capable of and I felt really frustrated and really quite angry about that.

So, like many women, I went looking down all the different avenues. How can I release this numbness? How can I inhabit my body more? How can I get that magic that these other women seem to have? The types of avenues that I went down were studying energy medicine, attending all different kinds of movement and dance practices, even sitting in silent meditation for 10 days straight. I was just hungry and I was trying so many different things out, and I got glimpses of this sense of aliveness, this expansive feeling more through these different practices.

So my study in energy medicine, it began to really speak about the theory of this great accordant of aliveness, this greater inhabiting of the magic that I was sensing. So through this avenue, I thought, okay, I can see that there’s the theory supporting what I’m sensing, and how, how do I actually do it? Through attending different dance and movement practices, I began to see, women are able to move their bodies and inhabit themselves and nurture themselves in this way, but I can’t seem to get into that.

For me, it feels fake, it feels contrived. It feels like I’m doing the moves, but I’m not feeling it deep down in my body. What’s missing from my practice? Then there were different avenues like meditation. So I attended a Vipassana, a meditation retreat, in this beautiful setting, and we sat for multiple hours. It was like eight to 10 hours a day sitting in meditation, and I’m talking quite traditional styles of meditation here.

Eyes closed. Awareness turned within, not moving, not fidgeting, legs crossed, spine straight. It took me a solid four to five days of quite severe pain in my body and a lot of agitation in my body before I began to even feel the tingling of something other than discomfort, and perhaps that’s a reflection on the decrees of armor and hardness and numbness that were alive in my body at that time, but I could see at the heart of all of these different types of practices, some being more theoretical, some being more kind of like leading the way but not quite there yet.

Others being really potent, but you know I don’t have a spare four to five days to sit in meditation to feel some aliveness, I’m a busy woman. So I felt like yes, these experiences are affirming to me that it’s possible, but this is not my path in. This is not the way that I can sincerely access this way, and that’s not to say that these practices are good or bad. For other humans, they’re going to be the sincere entry into that sense of sanity and spirituality and self coaching that they’re desiring, but for me, it wasn’t quite the right mix yet. So I went deeper, and I went deeper and I explored.

I explored the different types of practices that I could work with, and eventually, what began to happen was an insight into the core most fundamental requirement. That was my pathway in and in retrospect, it’s not surprising that it came to this, but I realized as I was analyzing all these different practices, that the core piece that really got me that really, the hit me in the heart in the most potent way, was vulnerability.

When the practice, when the way of coming into my body was combined with some really sincere vulnerability, when it was coupled with the heart, boom, things really began to open. In many spiritual practices, the heart is considered not only the emotional seat, but also the seat of the soul. So when we think about our energy moving out of our head and into our body, usually the first portal, the first kind of stop on the descending highway is head to heart, and from there, heart to womb, or heart to pelvic bowl.

So as I began to see vulnerability is at the heart of this, I was able to shift my practice to instead of thinking about what should it look like, or how should I sit to really thinking, okay, what’s going to create this space of greater vulnerability with what’s existing inside of me right now and from here, my body began to show me more. Really the greatest teacher that I can credit is the instinctual knowing that my body was, and I hear this a lot from the women that I share this practice with, and that come and train with us in the coaching certification.

They say things to me like, oh, I’ve been doing a bit of a variant from this that I just kind of made up as I was going along and now you’ve put more structure and theory and frameworks and understandings about why this works so well, but I kind of go to sense that this is what I needed to do. This is perfect and this is magic. I haven’t invented some wonderful thing here. I’m not the creator of this. This exists in all bodies. I began to see that when vulnerability was centered at the very heart of the practice, things began to work.

At this time, in my practice, I was still because of whatever type of indoctrination existed for me, I was still in a position of being seated and having my body quiet. So not moving my body a lot, so that I could bring my focus my awareness, my breath inside the body, and focus on experiencing the heart in particular with vulnerability, while my body stayed still, and this was effective. This cracked me open in the most pertinent ways, but it wasn’t particularly efficient. I needed big quantities of uninterrupted time to really sink down through all of the different levels of armoring and discomfort and really to get to the heart of that vulnerability, and it also wasn’t super reproducible.

So my body began to show me as I was seated, what happens if I just moved? What happens if I began to undulate my spine or move my hips, and instead of only feeling the sensation, what if I began to move into and move as the sensation, and this was revolutionary. This sped up the practice like nobody’s business. Things went deeper, faster and I moved through so much and the self coaching aspect of the practice really began to develop here. In 2016, I began sharing these practices with the women who were in my group coaching programs and private coaching, and their experiences, these early experiences also reconfirmed that this works.

This works for shifting shame. This works for deepening into power. This works for inducing more sanity when there is stuff that we just need to complete. This works for creating new mindsets. This works for quieting the mind. This works for so, so, so many things. At that point, I then began to realize we’re really onto something here. Who can I learn more from, and I went on to study with Michaela Boehm and became certified in her nonlinear movement method, which is a beautiful movement method that very much clarified and refined the work that I was doing with my own movement practices.

I believe that deep, deep down, what really makes feminine embodiment practices work is that they do not label one end of the spectrum of sensitivity as correct and shame the other. So let me explain that more. For a lot of us when we’re doing some type of personal development practice, we are looking for the bliss, we’re looking for that high. We’re looking for that peak experience that validates I am alive, and when we show up with that kind of agenda to our practice, what we’re really doing is saying, I only want to feel the good parts of my body.

I do not desire to feel and I want to discount the depth and the diversion that ends at the uncomfortable end of the spectrum, and this is inherently a problematic approach to practice, because you do not get to the heights of your bliss without also equivalently knowing and inhabiting the depths of your sorrow. So these feminine embodiment practices which scented vulnerability, which involved moving the body, instead of staying still and stagnant, very much became also practices around allowing myself to move into this full spectrum, this magic that I had seen in these other women really shaking up and dispersing the numbness that was in my body.

I found that the more that I formally did these feminine embodiment practices, like as a practice that maybe lasted 30 or 40 minutes, the more I could take the skills of embodiment that my body was cultivating, and infuse them into my daily living and into my daily life. This then really amplified the speed at which I was able to really operate in a more feminine way embodied in the world. Now, I want to share a little bit about really how I formally use these practices before going into a few troubleshooting pieces.

Key to know, from what we’re sharing today, if you’re feeling the call of like, oh, I want to dive more deeply into this. This is the type of practice that I either have and want to expand or that I want to start, one really beautiful practice, all that I’m speaking about today is bundled up into a practice that we call Primal Feminine Flow, and you can jump over to jennaward.co/flow. You can download that practice, it’s an at home practice, a few short training videos and then an audio if you desire to really implement or expand what we’re speaking about today.

So how I use these practices. Well, before I had a child, I was doing a pretty formal practice meaning somewhere from 10 to 20 to 40 minutes every morning. There’s a particular type of music that I love to do my practice to, and there’s a few playlists that I’ve shared with some of our students to, everybody’s body moves in different ways, but before I had kids, there was a formal practice that I did at the start of every morning. Particularly important if there was something that was bothering me, that I was having trouble letting go of or completing, and particularly important if there were big decisions that I needed to make and I needed more clarity in and tuning my body to make those decisions.

Also very important if I had a busy work day, and I wanted to be plugged in and form a state of pleasure and ease in doing my work for that day. For me, this length of practice somewhere around 30 to 40 minutes, over time I’ve realized that’s what my body needs. The first 10 minutes of my practice, I’m pretty, in my head, thinking about all my to dos, and then I begin to drop down and let go a little bit more and by the final 10 minutes at the practice, I’m just exquisitely feeling the aliveness, the beauty of life, it really enraptures me.

At this phase in my life, that’s what my practice looks like, but I don’t do it every day anymore. This is pretty common. When we’re first learning to drive for example, you’ve got to drive the car pretty regularly to get in a good skill set of driving. You first get some lessons, you learn to do it, you practice and then boom, you know you can drive and eventually, that skill becomes so habituated and automatic that you can do it without even really thinking about it.

Feminine embodiment practices are really the same. These are not some practices that only a certain type of woman can do. They’re practices that are really more about the skill of inhabiting your body. At first, when you start doing the practices, yeah maybe you want some driving lessons, and maybe you know you need to get in the car a little bit more regularly and really build your confidence up, but once you’ve got that skill dialed into your body, you are then able to use that skill habitually and automatically throughout your life.

So for me, I was really lucky actually to have the several year runway of more consistent practice, because now life’s a little bit busier for me. It’s a lot busier for me. So I probably only do a formal practice twice a week regularly. So I do usually at least 40 minutes twice a week, and I will, on top of that, do little sprinklings of practice when I can in the shower, in the car, when talking to a friend on the phone, even sometimes when playing on the play mat with my daughter. There’s the opportunity for me to use the principles of this practice.

It’s that kind of scattered through real life, and I find that using these practices this way, number one, really gives my sanity a tune up. I just become a healthy individual who’s not going to snap at the people around her, who isn’t harboring any old resentment, who’s able to just move forward with decisions and not really get bogged down with all the stress of life. These practices so deeply help me on that. I think, in a lot of ways these practices can be relationship and marriage savers in that way.

These practices also really help me on the business front. Got a lot of decisions in a short period of time that I need to make in my work, and I also don’t want my work to feel hot. I want it to feel pleasurable and joyful. So these practices are really important for me to do at the start of my business days, at the start of my work days, so that I can really come to my work fully fueled and fully resourced. In terms of some troubleshooting, so for those of you who might have a practice, maybe you’re already doing Primal Feminine Flow, or maybe you’re interested in starting that practice.

The final thing that I wanted to share in today’s podcast is a little bit of troubleshooting, and the three most frequently asked questions that I receive about this practice. So the first is, for women who are just starting the practice, and there’s thoughts going through their mind like, oh, my God, am I doing this right? This can be a really common question as it relates to feminine embodiment practices. So feminine embodiment practices are inherently non linear practices. When we’re in a yoga class, somebody is telling you put your body in this posture, and then put your body in that posture, and now move your hand here and move into this next posture.

There’s a beautiful reason why they do that, there’s a beautiful history to the practice of asanas and of yoga and of why we move our body that way, but in feminine embodiment practices, there’s not one particular posture that your body is meant to take. Put another way, there is no external authority saying this is how you should move. Instead, we’re self sourcing and letting our body lead, deciding how the body wants to move from within and this, beloved, requires us to have sensitivity and connection to what our body wants.

Now, part of this practice is about developing that greater sensitivity and connection to what the body wants, but when we first develop the practice, we can think about our orientation and our skill set of being in our head is like an 11 out of 10, because that’s the orientation that the world encourages us to have. Our connection instead to our body is equivalently, often a one or a two or a three out of 10. So when we first come to these practices, we can ask ourselves the question of like, am I doing this right? Our head starts to really go into this, like should it look like this? Am I missing something?

This is really, really normal, because nobody’s telling you what to do. Instead, your body’s trying to let you know how she wants you to move, but because that skill of sensitivity is still developing, it can be really hard to hear her and it can be really easy instead to hear that loud voice in our head because that’s where our skill set is. So it’s not wrong if you’re thinking, oh my God, am I doing this right? That’s not a wrong thought to have. It’s actually a really natural thought to have.

In a feminine embodiment practice, it’s really interesting how we approach this. So in a typical type of meditation practice, what I hear from a lot of meditation teachers, and again, I love meditation, but what I hear from a lot of teachers is, ignore those distractions, and come back to the breath. I’m curious, when you have those kinds of thoughts of like, am I doing this right? Am I too much? Am I not enough? Is there a part of you that says, oh, just ignore that distraction, come back to you? Not wrong to do that, but interestingly, a different perspective.

In the model of feminine embodiment, we don’t want to discount any dimension of our being. So we don’t want to discount our thoughts. We don’t want to discount our body. We don’t want to discount our sensations or our emotions or our energy. We want to inhabit all of them. So I would suggest that that thought, oh my gosh, am I doing it right, that’s actually not a distraction. Rather, that is simply the loudest sensation that’s alive in your body right now.

Because many of us are used to the orientation of neck, head as the main focus of where our energy lives, that’s what we hear the loudest, but there’s so much more going on underneath that thought. So instead of ignoring that aspect of yourself, instead of ignoring that loudest sensation, instead, I would say, enter it. Every thought has an equivalent feeling and sensation that accompanies it. So what does it feel like when you think, am I doing this right? Does it bring up a sense of contraction? Does it feel like shame? Does it feel like I don’t know? Does it feel like disempowerment?

Do you feel in your hips? Do you feel it in your wrists? Do you feel it outside you? Do you feel it inside you? What happens when you go deeper with, am I doing it right? Because there’s data and there’s information accompanying that thought that you can use as a portal and as the next step to go deeper into the body. This brings me to the second troubleshooting point that I hear a lot from women. At first, they tell me things like, I don’t get it. I don’t understand it. I don’t know if this is working. Again, this pattern of thought is coming from the level of the conscious, logical mind which says, I do A, and then I do B and then I get the result, C.

Feminine embodiment practices are not linear in that way. They are not A plus B equals C. They are, as we’ve described earlier, they’re nonlinear practices. They don’t have a direct approach. So when we think about the feminine, a lot of the times we can think about Mother Nature as a beautiful representation of what it means to be in the feminine. So think about the seasons of Mother Nature. We’re cycling through summer, autumn, winter, spring. There’s the seasons and the cycles of the moon. There’s the cycles of the ocean and the tide as it comes in and out. There’s all kinds of different cycles and seasons that occur in Mother Nature.

The same is true of our feminine bodies. Our bodies are very often, sometimes moving in nonlinear or non direct ways. So we might be thinking these thoughts, thoughts like, ah, well, am I doing it right, and how do I know that I’m moving forward with it and am I improving? The thing here is, again, those thoughts can be used as a portal to go deeper, but interestingly, those thoughts can also sometimes be a mechanism of avoidance.

So we’ve spoken earlier about the real heart of embodiment practices being vulnerability, and vulnerability is something that many of us avoid and that our culture encourages us to avoid. So very often, sometimes when we get close to entering a vulnerability, some part of our survival mind, sometime part of our habituated thoughts will want to slow that down and shut that door and will start us with thoughts of, I don’t know if this is working, or I don’t think this is for me, I don’t know if I’m doing it right, and all these kinds of thoughts are not distractions. They’re sophisticated avoidance strategies.

Your body knows how it wants to move. Your body knows how it can experience itself as a vessel of aliveness. Your body knows these things, but if you can’t yet hear the sensitivity, or the way that your body wants you to move so that you can experience that, it’s not because there’s something wrong with you, and it’s not because there’s something wrong with the practice. It’s simply because this is a skill set like driving that you might need to practice a little bit more. So stay the path.

One really practical tip that works for me, I love doing a practice with a set timer. Even if I’m setting the timer for 10, 15, 30, 40 minutes, whatever works for you, having a timer with the practice, for me really supports myself to know I don’t need to look at my watch or think about what’s coming up next. I just have the freedom and the space for that unit of time which I’ve dedicated and which I’ve turned off any other distractions to do the practice.

The third and final troubleshooting question that I sometimes get is, well, how do I know if I’m doing this right? So when women first start doing the embodiment practice, whether it’s Primal Feminine Flow or a different type of feminine embodiment practice, I really encourage them to say, okay, at least seven days, I’m going to consistently do this practice. I say at least seven because even if you can do 14 days or set yourself a challenge of 30 days, the more solid your foundation in these practices is, the faster your upskilling in them will go, but really seven consistent days of practice is the minimum.

Within those first seven days, one month, there will be moments of bliss. There will be moments of boredom, there will be moments of I don’t want to do this. There will be moments of, this is the best thing I’ve ever done, and all of this will open and all of it will be felt and you’ll be wondering, should I stick with this? You’ll be wondering what is the benefit. Without a doubt, I can guarantee that if you’re drawn to these practices, within a month, you will begin to see, not within the practice, but outside the practice in your everyday life, that you’re more connected to your power, that you’re more easily able to make decisions.

You’re more confident within yourself, that you’re more vulnerable within yourself, and that you are inhabiting more of your aliveness. The relationship between the practice and all of these very gentle qualities, it can be really hard to trace, can be really hard to trace but the benefits build and if you’re listening and if you’ve come this far in the podcast, I think you already know that personal growth and development is not something that we do once.

It’s really about being a wonderful human and every day, being a human happens to us, life happens to us every day. Every day we encounter new challenges and opportunities and situations and oppressions and growth. Every day, we can show up to find out sanity, expand our spiritual alive notice and self coach ourselves through that day of being a human or we can not. So these practices are like having a shower. It’s not something that we do once and then we stay clean for the rest of our lives. We keep living every day of our lives and we keep needing to have these practices that are almost like a hygiene.

Good news for us is that feminine embodiment practices are deliciously fun to do. So you will know that it’s working by staying with it for a week, a few weeks. You will know it’s working in the most subtle ways. Thank you so much for joining me for today’s podcast as we’ve explored what is a feminine embodiment practice. If you’d like to go deeper with your own feminine embodiment practice, I’d recommend our Primal Feminine Flow.

You can download that at home at jennaward.co/flow. These practices and variants of the Primal Feminine Flow practice are also included in our Feminine Embodiment Coaching Certification, and we use this movement modality as one of the ways of developing much deeper, personal mastery in all kinds of areas like magnetism, pleasure, boundaries, et cetera. So if you’re interested in going really deep into your personal mastery, and maybe even bringing this type of feminine embodiment practice into your one to one client or coaching work, then make sure you check out the Feminine Embodiment Coaching Certification at feminineembodimentcoaching.com.

Finally, if you have any questions or any comments that you wanted to share as a result of this podcast, you know where to hit me up. I leave out all the socials, Facebook, websites at jennaward.co. I’ll leave the links to all of that in the show notes, and if you’ve enjoyed this episode, we would be so, so grateful if you’d go ahead and leave a review over at iTunes.

Every review helps just to validate that we’re speaking some really good stuff here and it helps more women to find us. So we would be super grateful if you’re digging this, if you tune in regularly, share some love back and let us know that you enjoy the podcast. Thanks so much for joining me today, and I wish you the most sincere sanity, spirituality and self coaching for your feminine embodiment practice, beautiful.

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