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EmBodyment

Movement therapy
A variation on movement therapy.
 
Quackery
A type of aura balancing and chakra healing that incorporates sacred touch (a type of craniosacral therapy), inner child therapy and other “energy-based” therapies.
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Methodologies (BACK et al., 2008) can be deployed throughout different phases to overcome the abovementioned obstacles, namely, informational design phase (for identifying client needs and converting them into specifications); conceptual phase (for elaborating a functional structure with functional solution principles and conceptual development) (STEFANELLO et al., 2014); and embodyment and detailed phase (layout, materials, manufacturing, and assembly processes, components and technical documentation).
(2005) Big handsome men, bears and others: Virtual constructions of 'Fat Male Embodyment'.
For recent perspectives on the connection between Deleuze's theories of the body and of nomadology and feminist studies, see the works of Rosi Bradotti, in particular Nomadic Subjects: Embodyment and Sexual Difference in Contemporary Feminist Theory.
OUR STORIES, OURSELVES: THE EMBODYMENT OF WOMEN'S LEARNING IN LITERACY Miller, Mev and King, Kathleen P., eds.
Para alcancar a pretensao de construir um entendimento sobre os itinerarios terapeuticos de trabalhadores com diagnostico de LER/DORT, buscou-se, na perspectiva fenomenologica, identificar os significados intersubjetivamente construidos e atribuidos pelos atores a sua experiencia de adoecimento a partir de uma analise de discurso que leva em consideracao o modo de incorporacao (embodyment) da doenca, as emocoes/afetos evocados pela vivencia da doenca e a construcao de uma identidade a partir das narrativas produzidas.
Who would apply the rule and dividers, or the dissecting knife to that loved face which beams upon his heart, which goes with him whithersoever he goes, and is to him the visible embodyment of his soul's Ideal of the Beautiful.
With regards to the physical embodyment of maleness, Connell (1987) states: The physical sense of maleness is not a simple thing.