The Big Leap Home Online Programs
Coming Home • Restoring Resourcefulness • Caring Communities
The Big Leap Home Online Programs support individuals, organizations, and communities in generating agency, connection and creativity on our shared planet.
Here’s a video introduction to the programs we’ll be creating through 2020:
BQ Challenge: Inviting a Pause
Let us know what you discover, share your thoughts at the BQ Hub on Facebook.
Come Home to Yourself Through Breathing—The Yes Breath
Breathing is a key move to coming home to ourselves, and is one of the central practices in the BLH. Say YES to full and revitalizing breaths by watching this video by Gay Hendricks, a leading breathing expert. Learn how to bring the Yes breath into your everyday life.
Stories of Transformation
This photo is from a Body Intelligence workshop in Los Angeles. We explored pace, identifying fear and expressing emotions. Here are a couple of comments from participants: Nailah-“I feel like through the workshop I have learned a great deal about self awareness and moving at ones own pace.” Jom – Working around children in a […] Read More
My husband and I have been together for almost 20 years, and we’ve probably spent the last 10 fighting. We love each other very much, and wanted to be together, but we’d just get in these vicious cycles and neither of us knew how to get out. It was time-consuming, energy-sucking and life-draining—literally. It got […] Read More
Click here to see the first prize winning video, by Michele Roberts and Dean Yasuda. Click here to see the second prize winning video, by Aileen Hayden. Click here to see the third prize winning video, by Tatiana Dorow.Read More
I had the great pleasure and honor this year to be invited to facilitate the opening event for Rocky Mountain Song School in Colorado. In my experience music with its listening platform ranging from one to millions, and the way it is received fully in the body is one of the most impactful streams of […] Read More
We’re sharing a wonderful new video about the Fear Melters® that a member of our Leadership group created. Joe Robinson, an ocean conservationist with one of the most inclusive voices ever shares a new way to melt fear, with ocean images and the engagement of his granddaughter. Enjoy!Read More
Research and More Wisdom
Download a PDF of the entire article here. by Yancy Wright Have you ever felt uncomfortable in your own skin? Pretending to be something or someone that we aren’t can be uncomfortable and exhausting. Most of the time we aren’t aware of the many ways we create this incongruency within ourselves. As a young child, […] Read More
You can be Earth- and life-friendly by making conscious choices that support the environment. Learn more by reading our article on Environmental Stewardship and Eliminating the Use of Plastics.Read More
Download a PDF of the entire article here. by Yancy Wright What is keeping us from experiencing more joy in life? People are told that life has its “ups and downs,” and many of us believe that joy is surely not meant to be felt all the time. Yet, recently I’ve started an inquiry process […] Read More
Learn about why we feel fear, the four types of fear, and what you can do to shift from Fear to Here. Download a PDF of the entire article here. by Vandana Verma “Emotions are played out “in the theatre of the body”—A.R Damasio Why is learning about fear important? Biology tells us that […] Read More
Men tend to walk differently with other men than with women. And Americans walk faster with children, whereas Ugandans move more leisurely. People move differently when they walk in groups than when they walk alone. And their walking style is especially distinct when they walk with children, according to a fascinating new cross-cultural study of […] Read More