Last April I was interviewed by Jonathan Bastian on the radio show A Life Examined on KCRW, an NPR station in L.A about Embodied Listening. We talked about how listening to ourselves helps us better hear what others have to say. My interview is 21:53 into the podcast. Check it out!


Want to learn more about it? I am teaching an online Embodied Listening retreat Nov. 12 – 14. Embodiment practices were made for these times. Join me!

Individual Lessons & Group Classes

Hope offers individual lessons, semi-private lessons and group classes. Please send an email if you’re interested in scheduling an appointment or joining her next class.

Recent Articles:

In Challenging Times, Your Body Knows What’s Needed Blog post about the Embodied Listening Retreat

Shambhala Mountain CenterHands of Hope: The Possibility of Bodily Ease in Sitting Meditation

Pema-and-Hope Martin

In 2015, 2019 & 2020 (and, I will be there again Jan./ Feb. 2022!) I attended the 7-week monastic winter retreats in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, led by Pema Chodron. I had the good fortune of attending Pema, participating in the retreat and teaching as well. A wonderful article was posted about the work I did with the retreat participants.

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Teachings

Alexander Technique: The Alexander Technique is a hands-on method of movement re-education that teaches us to recognize and change long-term postural and movement patterns… Learn More

The Shape of Awake: Being upright is not just an arbitrary shape; it’s a perfect expression of meditation itself. In this week of intensive meditation practice, Hope will offer both… Learn More

Embodied Listening: Each person’s way of being in the world has its own physical shape and felt qualities. These unique patterns influence every… Learn More