From intimate podcasts & large conferences to creative collaborations & corporate training…
I am becoming more and more aware of the positive impact of conversations about healing, how we live and how we can support positive change in our external landscape by changing that of our internal landscape.
It is through these nuanced conversations that we can touch each other deeply, provide solace for our tender hearts and find a sense of agency through our inherent, collective desire to thrive. These conversations really do light me up and I would be more than happy to discuss any opportunities to speak on panels, conferences and podcasts.
I have been fortunate enough to speak at conferences including The Embodiment Conference alongside the likes of Gabor Mate, Peter Levine, Bessel van der Kolk, Tara Brach, Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and Bayo Akomolafe.
In addition I have contributed to the Power of Women, How Do We Heal Global Trauma panel.
I've been commissioned to work with Deal Arts Festival and regularly collaborate with local artists and creatives in my home town Margate on projects bringing together sound, somatic work and creativity.
Here Jo talks to George Kao, Authentic Marketing Expert.
Jo is passionate about taking healing from out of the shadows and into the light in a way that is not just trauma-informed but authentic and compassionate. Her and George discuss her approach to healing and a range of other topics.
In episode 3 of the United Freedom Collective Podcast we speak with somatic therapist and sound healer Joanna Miller. Jo works with big-hearted over thinkers to reclaim intimacy, creativity & embodied freedom via trauma, shadow, shame work, embodied healing, somatic therapy, somatic movement, sound, and voice work. She also trains other somatic therapists. Jo approaches her work with deep understanding, passion and commitment, something which became even more apparent as we settled in to our conversation. For anyone interested in sound healing, somatic therapy, the relationship between frequencies and well-being, this podcast is for you.
Send A Sound Radio Show - Margate Radio
Send a Sound Project was a creative collaboration with Arts Education Exchange.
Arts Education Exchange is a charity based in Margate that provides creative education, training, and employment for young people. The Send a Sound project was a collaboration between the students, tutors and local artists in lockdown which later produced an album. Here you can hear Jo and other local artists talk about their experience and creative process in a dedicated show on Margate Radio.
Jo breaks down everything from sound bath origins, her history with sound, vibrations and the actual physical effects of sound and how we can incorporate it in a mindful sense, using our bodies to navigate trauma, animals and how they handle trauma, and - ahh, just too much to mention here.You’ll get a real charge off this one, no doubt about it. So much goodness from an awesome sound-loving and living individual. Get to know Jo Miller and acquaint yourselves with what she does!