The Embodiology® Value

Why We Do What We Do

Scientists and Medical Doctors are affirming the efficacy and potential of Embodiology® . These principles are now being applied to different domains to promote human flourishing. Its holistic combining of movement, music, cognition and sensory awareness builds the participants capacity to be more dextrous contributors, leaders and supporters.

Since 2013 it has been explored by a range of dance practitioners, confirming its efficacy across domains that include: improvisation, choreography, Higher Education leadership, Hip Hop, performance, wellness, art and cognitive therapies, interdisciplinary studies and K12 education.


Build Trust


Reduce Stress & Anxiety

Discover Latent Talent

Cohesion & Communication

Bringing Optimism

Invest in People

Problem Solving

Embodiology® is a registered trademark and as such demonstrates its creator’s social, moral and ancestral responsibility, as an action researcher, to return resources to the Ewe community in Ghana, where its principles were uncovered, each time this work is shared.

The Embodiology® Method

Embodiology® is the outcome of examining ancestral and indigenous knowledge, originating from a study of improvisation within traditional West African performance practices. Centering this practice of African origin displaces normative dance hierarchies that have largely ignored somatic practices that combine movement, music, and song at their point of origin. As a result, a new optimizing body/mind dexterity has been uncovered and 2021 sees the launch of the Embodiology Teacher Training program. This is enabling the impact of this timely practice to expand, with definite intellectual attribution directed to the artists and community members of Kopeyia Village, Ghana. Embodiology® effectively enables trained dancers and people with little to no dance experience to dynamically inhabit the same space creatively, without prescribed notions of inadequacy or superiority. The result of action research, Dr. Wray's seeks to return tangible benefit to the community, restoratively contributing to the paradigm of research justice in relation to African practices, moreover indigenous peoples worldwide.

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