Susannah Darling Khan


Susannah Darling Khan is Co-Director of The School of Movement Medicine alongside husband Yaacov Darling Khan and co-author of Movement Medicine published by Hay House. Having taught movement as medicine internationally since 1989, Susannah is celebrated for her visionary weaving of scientific, psychotherapeutic and systemic/ecological paradigms and for creating a safe context for people to let go within and discover healing and transformation.

Passionate about being a life-long learner, Susannah counts some of her most powerful learning in relation to our sympathetic and para-sympathetic nervous systems as having stemmed from working with her four wild born Exmoor ponies or 'mirror masters' as she describes them, who live on the land she tends together with Yaacov.

Susannah's own deeply embodied knowledge of the creativity inherent in us all gives courage to her participants to dare to liberate themselves from fixed patterns, to explore, learn, experiment, evolving embodied awareness and the choicefulness which comes from it. She has worked as a consultant for the acclaimed King's Fund to bring movement medicine into the leadership awareness of some of the NHS' most senior female leaders.

It is my privilege to empower people and organisations to discover embodied being, enabling them to plug back into the joy stream of life. Through growing the capacity for presence, potency and partnership people discover new avenues for co-creation with each other and with life. - Susannah Darling Khan


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