To be embodied is to understand ourselves as undivided and reflexive body-mind-spirit-social-relational beings.The body gives us direct access to embodiment and, in so doing, becomes a locus for learning. Internal proprioception (cogni­zance of the movement and composition of one's own integrated body) grants us access to our emotions, sensations, and desires. To acknowledge these sensory modes of knowledge is to resist binary oppositions like subject/object, mind/body, and nature/culture.

Embodied Learning Text by Josh A. Halstead
Chen Luo