Memories of Emilie – Episode 13 – Bonnie Bainbridge Part 2 – “Essence of Earth, Water, Fire, Air… and Death”

September 3, 2019

In the 13th episode in our Memories of Emilieseries, Somatic Pioneer, Bonnie Bainbridge is back to reflect on one of her last conversations with Emilie, as well as the notion of Continuum Movement as a… Read More

Memories of Emilie – Part 10 – Jack Zimmerman #1 – “Continuum, Intimacy & Love”

June 17, 2019

In this episode , author Jack Zimmerman shares his memories of time spent with Emilie, Jaquelyn McCandless and Gary David and reflects on the relationship between Continuum Movement, Intimacy and Love. For more information on… Read More

Memories of Emilie – Part 11 – Jack Zimmerman #2 – “Beauty, Grief & Exquisite Multi-Dimensionality”

July 8, 2019

In this episode , author Jack Zimmerman shares his most salient memories of Emilie from their decades of friendship – memories of her beauty, their conversations, Emilie’s grief and her wondrous multi-dimensionality. For more information… Read More

Memories of Emilie – Part 12 – Deborah Raoult – Fiery Insight, Longing for Truth & Devotion to Inquiry

July 26, 2019

In this episode , Continuum Movement teacher and Pregnancy and Postpartum Mentor, Deborah Raoult shares her Memories of Emilie from their time together. She reflects on the fact that Emilie never rested on her laurels,… Read More

Memories of Emilie Part 1 – Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen – Emilie as Protector

January 5, 2019

I have gone to many of Emilie’s friends: Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, Don Johnson Hanlon, Gary David, Jack Zimmerman, Teri Carter, Jamie McHugh, and many others (and we are still filming) and asked them to share some… Read More

Memories of Emilie Part 2 – Don Hanlon Johnson – Effervescence and Animal Nature

January 10, 2019

In this episode of Memories of Emilie, we hear from Don Hanlon Johnson, a dear friend of Emilie’s. The somatics community is greatly inspired and enriched by Don’s writings and insights. Read More

Memories of Emilie Part 3 – Gary David #1 – Meeting Emilie

January 11, 2019

In this episode of Memories of Emilie, Gary David, a Jazz musician and teacher of Epistemics, shares his memories of his first meeting with Emilie after first witnessing Continuum Movement. Gary and Emilie were married… Read More

Memories of Emilie Part 4– Gary David #2 – Married to Emilie

January 23, 2019

In this episode of Memories of Emilie, Gary David, a Jazz musician and teacher of Epistemics, generously shares his memories of being married to Emilie Conrad Da’oud for over 20 years. Gary describes Emilie’s vitality… Read More

Memories of Emilie Part 7 – Jamie McHugh – Urban Gal and Force of Nature

March 18, 2019

In this episode of Memories of Emilie, somatic movement specialist, Jamie McHugh, shares his reflections on the apparent contradiction of Emilie as an ultimately urban woman who also fully embodied the natural world. See also,… Read More

Memories of Emilie Part 8 – Donnalea Van Vleet Goelz – Better Than Baryshnikov

April 1, 2019

In this episode of Memories of Emilie, I share my early memories of meeting Emilie for the first time. This after hearing my brother Don praise her as moving “more beautifully than Baryshnikov”. Emilie’s legacy… Read More

Memories of Emilie Part 9 – Donnalea Van Vleet Goelz Part 2 – Somatic Playfulness

May 14, 2019

In this episode , I share some of my fondest memories of Emilie and reflect on her playfulness as well as her deep somatic knowledge that was, in so many ways, way ahead of her… Read More

Memories of Emilie Pt 5 – Gary David – Favorite Memories and Saying Goodbye

March 1, 2019

In this episode of Memories of Emilie, Gary David, a Jazz musician and teacher of Epistemics, shares his favorite recollections of being married to Emilie Conrad Da’oud and describes her final weeks and days in… Read More

Memories of Emilie Pt 6 – Teri Carter – Embodied Evolution

March 11, 2019

In this episode of Memories of Emilie, Teri Carter, Director of Continuum Movement, shares her reflections on how Emilie embodied creativity and innovation. Emilie’s legacy continues through Continuum Movement. Read More