In this Step Into the Circle Podcast, we talk with LeeAnn Mallorie about her work in fostering embodiment, resilience, and purpose practice in organizations and individuals, as well her fascinating journey away from and back in to her own artistic embodiment in dance. As a steward of the Arts Council, LeeAnn seeks to collaborate in our community by bringing the arts to every conversation, and every table.
LeeAnn Mallorie, MAPP, MSC is a transformational leadership coach, consultant, speaker and corporate medicine woman with over 12 years of experience helping leaders and organizations truly walk their talk. A specialist in mindfulness and embodiment, LeeAnn believes that lasting change starts in a person’s physical body, and has inevitable ripple effects in the communities they serve. Her women’s program, “Be the Change” bridges the gap between leadership and resilience, placing an emphasis on body-listening as doorway to greater impact. LeeAnn works within a wide range of companies, from innovative start-ups to large publicly traded organizations. She is on the teaching faculty for ThriveGlobal and The Strozzi Institute, and is a certified Nia Technique and Dancing Freedom facilitator. In her community facing life, LeeAnn also draws on a lifetime of study in the areas of dance, martial arts and somatics – creating beauty and gathering women to feast on their lives. www.leadinginmotion.com
Leslie Frame-Crowley is a WisdomWomen Founding Member who believes in the power and necessity of sacred storytelling. Coming from a family with a strong tradition of story, and of understanding and connecting to the of the lives of her ancestors through genealogical study handed down from generation to generation, she connected very early on the the power, the fun, and the importance of story; our own stories, and our shared story. This calling has led her to the stage as an actor and to develop a love of writing. Step Into the Circle is a reflection of Leslie’s love of story. She believes that as we share our stories, our dreams, and our work, and as we celebrate other women as they do the same, connections are made, resources are shared, and creative hearts are nourished.